It all depends on whether you like Howard Keel's huge bass baritone of a voice or not. He sings some great songs here, but if you're looking for the velvet softness of a crooner you will be largely disappointed, though Keel is at his best here when he sings softly - on And I Love You So, Always On My Mind, Softly As I Leave You, and /5(29).
Jul 17, · It's hard to think of many performers who make their debut solo albums in their mid-sixties, but Howard Keel is, of course, a ringer. The veteran musical comedy star of stage and screen was first heard on record on the original London cast EP of Oklahoma! in and went on to lend his rich baritone voice to soundtrack and cast recordings from a series of theatrical and film productions of 6/
And I love you so, The people ask me how, How I've lived till now I tell them I don't know I guess they understand How lonely life has been But life began again The day you took my hand And yes I know how lonely life can be Shadows follow me The night won't set me free But I don't let the evening get me down Now that you're around me.