As Long As She Needs Me - Liberace - Liberace At The Americana! Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Golden Age of Television Vol. 5: Americana: Liberace: Primary Artist: The Paul Weston Collection Paul Weston: Piano: The White Christmas Album [Crimson Productions] Primary Artist: The World of Liberace: Liberace: Primary Artist: They Call Me Liberace: Liberace.
  2. Jun 12,  · TRACKLIST Christmas Medley Indiscretion 12th Street Rag Beer Barrel Polka I Don`t Care (As Long As You Care For Me) .
  3. Find Liberace discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Larger-than-life pianist whose talent and charm made him an American icon for flamboyance and glittering excess.
  4. Wladziu Valentino Liberace (in West Allis, Wisconsin, USA – 4 February ), better known by the stage name Liberace, was an American entertainer (singer / pianist / actor). He was performing from until He relea read more.
  5. Jun 06,  · The least attentive witness to his own emotional needs, Liberace perceives Thorson’s love like the narcissist he is, reciprocating with the demand that Dr Startz “make Scott look like me”. “I guess I should be flattered,” Thorson tells a mutual friend.
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  7. Wladziu Valentino Liberace (in West Allis, Wisconsin, USA – 4 February ), better known by the stage name Liberace, was an American entertainer (singer / pianist / actor).He was performing from until He released several recordings through Columbia Records (later on Dot and through direct television advertising) and sold over 2,, records in alone.
  8. Liberace was more than running scales and showmanship -- his variations on Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's "Mack the Knife" are tremendous here, mixing the pop song with Strauss, Beethoven, and other masters. His touch on the keys is as elegant as always, taking .

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