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Innamorata (song)

"Innamorata" is a song written in 1955. The music was written by Harry Warren and the lyrics by Jack Brooks.

BackgroundEdit

It was written for the 1955 Martin and Lewis film, Artists and Models. In Italian, the word innamorata means "in love". The biggest selling recording of the song was sung by Dean Martin (issued as Capitol Records catalog number 3352), reaching #27 on the Billboard magazine chart in 1956. Jerry Vale also had a major recording (Columbia Records catalog number 40634) of the song in the same year, which peaked at #30. More recently, Vale was interviewed by a YouTube user about the song, and had this to say about the way his version was recorded:

On the Cash Box magazine Best-Selling Records chart, which combined all versions of the song, it reached position #17.

Popular cultureEdit

The song is featured in the comedy film Hot Shots! Part Deux.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Jerry Vale - Innamorata (Sweetheart) (from the Paramount picture "Artists And Models")". YouTube. 2014-05-25. Retrieved 2016-08-22.

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