Label: United Artists Records - UAS 6665 • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal
His mother died two days after he was born and his father abandoned him, leaving him in the care of his aunts and his widowed grandfather Michael Roselli who spoke no English. He grew up five doors down from Frank Sinatra who was ten years his senior.
After the war, he returned to Hoboken where he married Angeline Giuffra and had a daughter. During this time he worked as Delirium - Leôa De Laôa construction worker and a pianist.
It sold over three million records in He also had success with the song "All The Time" that same year. The song reached 19 Tell The Truth - Eric Clapton - Clapton Is Mad Dog Two the Billboard easy listening chart.
His third and last hit song was "Please Believe Me" in That song was 31 on the Billboard easy listening chart. Those were his only U.
It peaked at number 51 inand number 52 in At the beginning of his career, with appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show But Not For Me - Jimmy Roselli - 3 A. M. , with Jimmy Durante, and at the Copacabanacritics were calling him a 'miracle'".
He pushed them all away. Although he was in good terms with a number of mob chieftains, he claimed that he had "never done business with organized criminals". After this incident, Roselli was blackballed from singing in clubs and venues owned or controlled by Mafia associates. Roselli sang in perfect Neapolitan dialect. Jerry Lewis said of him that "Roselli sings as an Italian should sing".
Later, as the influence of the Mafia waned, Roselli's career experienced a resurgence. Inhe found success in the United Kingdom when he played a series of concerts at the London Palladium. He sang the title song "Who Can Say? A film adaptation of the book is in production by Merchant Ivory.
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