A Town Without Pity

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A Town Without Pity

By singerman2008 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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Here is another great Oldie from the Great Gene Pitney. Hope you like it.

A Town Without Pity

By linda1234 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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A Town Without Pity

By Choctawwoman in the Style of Gene Pitney
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A Town Without Pity

By BrianG1163 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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Happy Birthday Peg...hope you like your songs on your special day..

A Town Without Pity

By Mimiloves5 +3 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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A Town Without Pity

By philb107 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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A very powerful movie. Watch, learn, and know! Some things are just plain wrong! I first saw this movie in 1962! Just out of boot camp! It stuck!

A Town Without Pity

By donnica59 +1 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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FEATURE "Town Without Pity" was Gene Pitney's first hit. Its success was partly due to it being from the movie of the same name, with the star appeal of Kirk Douglas attracting a lot of attention. The song won the very first Golden Globe award for best original song, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song. This led to Pitney becoming the first pop singer to perform at the Oscars in 1962. Ironically, this song also capped Gene Pitney's career and life - it was the final song he performed at his final show at Cardiff's St. David's Hall in April of 2006, before his death from heart disease. Today's movie buffs might better remember this song from the memorable scene in the film Look Who's Talking, when Kirstie Alley performed a rather vampy dance to it (playing on the radio) while getting the kid his pudding. She even sings along briefly! Blood, Sweat & Tears front-man Al Kooper goes on to say of Pitney that he was strongly influenced by him, assimilating aspects of his style into his own work. Randy Newman's song "Just One Smile," included on the first Blood, Sweat & Tears album, was originally done by Pitney; Kooper cites this as an example of the longevity of Pitney's inspiration.

A Town Without Pity

By mrjohn8000 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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A Town Without Pity

By kdickey46 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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First time for this one, an old old favorite.

A Town Without Pity

By MR_VOCAL_VERSATILITY in the Style of Gene Pitney
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