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Always and Forever: Movies Greatest Love Songs. Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (for the film). John Mauceri, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, John Mauceri & The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. 2. Unchained Melody, song (from the film "Unchained"). Alex North, Hy Zaret. Wuthering Heights, film score.
Nicholas Andriano And His Orchestra, The John Cacavas Ensemble. Nicholas Andriano And His Orchestra, The John Cacavas Ensemble - Ladies Night (10").
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Some love songs undeniably belong on such a list, while others, maybe not so much. What, in your opinion, are the 10 best love songs ever? Read on to see if you agree with the collection of love songs presented here. 1. Your Song – Elton John, 1970. You can’t have a list of the ten greatest love songs of all time without including a ballad by Elvis Presley. Some may rank Can’t Help Falling in Love, featured in Presley’s movie Blue Hawaii, as the best love song of all time. Regardless, it is definitely among the top ten ballads ever recorded by Presley. This song hit number one all over the world and became the world’s best selling single of 1998. It was originally intended to be an instrumental to be used in Titanic, until composer James Horner decided to make it a full vocal recording using Celine Dion’s trademark voice. 10. All I Ask Of You – Sarah Brightman & Cliff Richard, 1986.
Written by Eric Clapton about his then-love, Pattie Boyd, it was included on Clapton’s 1977 album Slowhand and released as a single the following year. The song is a narrative, dealing with a party the pair attended. Each of the three verses is a scene from a part of the night: preparing for the party, going to the party and coming home from the party. It was first performed in the film and on record by Glenn Miller and his orchestra, vocal by Ray Eberle and Pat Friday. It was covered by blues singer Etta James in a performance that improvised on Warren’s melody. James was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999 for her rendition of the song.