KARAOKE SCENE MAGAZINE ONLINE! - LSS40 performs Spanish Eyes on Karaoke Showcase - MAY BE A REPOST,I DON'T RECALL!? THANKS IF YOU LIKE! .................. "The earliest vocal version was recorded by Freddy Quinn in 1965 titled as "Spanish Eyes"; soon after its release, the single was pulled from the market when Polydor (Quinn's label) and Decca (Kaempfert's label) threatened to sue, claiming ownership of the song. A version by Sergio Franchi with lyrics by Charles Singleton was recorded in late 1965 titled "Moon Over Naples", but did not chart. It would become a hit single in 1966 for Al Martino when a new set of lyrics were written by composer Eddie Snyder, now titled "Spanish Eyes"." From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Date Submitted:  2017-10-27 [Archive Date: 2018-01-25]
Genre:  POPular
Original Artist:  Freddy Quinn
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Description:  MAY BE A REPOST,I DON'T RECALL!? THANKS IF YOU LIKE! .................. "The earliest vocal version was recorded by Freddy Quinn in 1965 titled as "Spanish Eyes"; soon after its release, the single was pulled from the market when Polydor (Quinn's label) and Decca (Kaempfert's label) threatened to sue, claiming ownership of the song. A version by Sergio Franchi with lyrics by Charles Singleton was recorded in late 1965 titled "Moon Over Naples", but did not chart. It would become a hit single in 1966 for Al Martino when a new set of lyrics were written by composer Eddie Snyder, now titled "Spanish Eyes"." From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Comment by: KaraTroll (Total comments: 597  Submissions: 164) Sun, Oct 29th, 2017 
KaraTroll You did a superb job on this famous classic Lee. I had an enjoyable listen. Kara
Reply: Thank you Kara, happy you enjoyed it! Lee
Comment by: Jerry (Total comments: 968  Submissions: 437) Sat, Oct 28th, 2017 
Jerry Love the song and you've covered wonderfully Lee...much enjoyed my friend. Jerry
Reply: Thanks much Jerry, my first online recording a few years back! Lee
Comment by: niceneasy (Total comments: 14  Submissions: 9) Sat, Oct 28th, 2017 
niceneasy Thank you for sharing. I loved your excellent rendition.
Reply: Yes, I just recently listened to you and you sound great, thanks for your compliment! Lee
Comment by: Neo (Total comments: 326  Submissions: 66) Fri, Oct 27th, 2017 
Neo Interesting history on this one, and thank you for sharing as I enjoyed this very much!!
Reply: Thanks for your comment Neo! Lee


LSS40 performs Spanish Eyes on Karaoke Showcase of Karaoke Scene Magazine Online: LSS40 performs Spanish Eyes on Karaoke Showcase - MAY BE A REPOST,I DON'T RECALL!? THANKS IF YOU LIKE! .................. "The earliest vocal version was recorded by Freddy Quinn in 1965 titled as "Spanish Eyes"; soon after its release, the single was pulled from the market when Polydor (Quinn's label) and Decca (Kaempfert's label) threatened to sue, claiming ownership of the song. A version by Sergio Franchi with lyrics by Charles Singleton was recorded in late 1965 titled "Moon Over Naples", but did not chart. It would become a hit single in 1966 for Al Martino when a new set of lyrics were written by composer Eddie Snyder, now titled "Spanish Eyes"." From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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