|Born||October 7, 1927|
|Died||October 13, 2009|
|Place of Death||Springfield, Pennsylvania|
Al Martino is a singer who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 7, 1927. On Spotify, Al Martino keeps a low profile with only about 18,000 followers and a popularity score of 46 out of 100 as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "Spanish Eyes" from the album I Love You Because/My Cherie. Al Martino: Prime Concerts: In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (2005) and Al Martino: In Concert Classics (2004) are some movies in Al Martino's recent filmography.
Al Martino Popular Songs
To Each His Own
20 Love Songs
Daddy's Little Girl - Digitally Remastered 91
Capitol Collectors Series
I Love You Because/My Cherie
I Have But One Heart
Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer - 1993 - Remaster
A Merry Christmas
As of 2018, Al Martino has 18,000 followers and a popularity score of 46 on Spotify. 20 Love Songs, Capitol Collectors Series, and I Love You Because/My Cherie are some of the more popular Al Martino albums. Notable tracks from these albums include To Each His Own, Daddy's Little Girl - Digitally Remastered 91, and Spanish Eyes. To Each His Own has a popularity score of 40 out of 100, making it the most popular track from Al Martino. Daddy's Little Girl - Digitally Remastered 91 and Spanish Eyes have popularity scores of 38 and 35, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.
Al Martino Movies
|Al Martino: Prime Concerts: In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra||2005|
|Al Martino: In Concert Classics||2004|
There are about 3 movies featuring Al Martino as of 2018. Some of the most recent Al Martino movies include Al Martino: Prime Concerts: In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Al Martino: In Concert Classics, and The Godfather. Al Martino: Prime Concerts: In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra was released in 2005. Al Martino: In Concert Classics was released in 2004. The Godfather, released in 1972, featured Al Martino as Johnny Fontane.