Vic Damone Single Hits And Hit Albums
Vic's Single Famous Hits
Vic Damone's, many record hits during the 50s included 'Tzena, Tzena, Tzena' (adapted from an Israeli song), 'Cincinnati Dancing Pig', 'My Heart Cries for You', 'My Truly, Truly Fair', 'Here In My Heart' (a UK number 1 for Al Martino), 'April In Portugal', 'Eternally' (the theme from Charlie Chaplin's film Limelight), 'Ebb Tide', 'On The Street Where You Live' (Damone's third million-seller) and 'An Affair To Remember' (one of prolific film composer Harry Warren 's last songs). 
Some Of Vic's Albums
Vic  was also in the album charts with ˇĄThat Towering Feelingˇ¦.  
However in the 60's and 70's he did record some outstanding albums such as 'Linger Awhile' and 'On the South Side', and in 1965 he was riding high with another hit that was in the top 30 single slot 'You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love)'. 

In the 80's Vic came out with another great album titled:  "Vic Damone Country Love Songs".  On this album he sang some of the best popular songs written.  'Someday', 'A Fool Such As I', 'Room Full Of Roses', 'Together Again', 'I Really Don't Want To Know', 'Faded Love', 'You Don't Know Me', 'Bouquet Of Roses', 'Crazy', and 'You Win Again'.

EDITORS NOTE:  We will continue to post Vic's newest albums as we receive the titles of them.  So keep checking back.