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You Are My Life

TRACKLISTING

  1. You're Nobody 'Till Somebody Loves You
  2. Haven't Met You Yet
  3. Georgia On My Mind
  4. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart
  5. All of Me
  6. Hallelujah
  7. September Morn
  8. Hold On
  9. All I Do Is Dream of You
  10. When You Say You Love Me
  11. Find Your Wings
  12. Ty
  13. You Are My Life
  14. Mama
  15. To Where You Are
  16. Forever

You Are My Life

Background & Dedication
All of the songs in my “You Are My Life” Album focus on life’s greatest and enduring “gift”, the incredible power of love. From our early years growing up and evolving within a nurturing family; to our “first dates”; to finding a life partner; to becoming parents, then maybe even grandparents; and even relationships with dear family pets…love grows both with and within us…and if we are extremely fortunate…lasts “Forever”. Please sit back and listen with me as I sing to that very journey and share the challenging adventures posed by life itself. From truly great cover songs to my own originals, I can only hope that you will feel the goodness and the power that love offers to each of us in a most positive manner. This album is dedicated with my entire being to my five precious grandchildren: Colby, Addison, Evan, Christian and Molly…as I can honestly and truly say to each of them…”You Are My Life”.   – All my love, Papa

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Album Reviews

Paco (Frank Stewart) is a throwback to old-school big band vocalists. He sites his musical heroes as Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Michael Crawford, and Ronan Tynan, but he also mentions Paul Anka, Neil Sadaka, and Barry Manilow for artists that I’m more familiar with. This musical project is based on love of family and friends and Paco’s heart leads the way. The show rolls out with the old standard, “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You” that starts like a piano bar performance and ends with the whole orchestra joining in with Paco’s exuberant vocal crescendo—complete with the trumpets squealing. He picks great classics (“Georgia On My Mind,” “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart,” “All of Me”) and becomes the lovable manly ringleader. It appears like Paco would like to make his fans an extension of his family. He’s got the love vibe is leading the way.
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