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Love In The Generation Gap

  1. The Look Of Love
  2. This Guy's In Love With You
  3. What The World Needs Now Is Love
  4. For Love Of Ivy
  5. To Wait For Love
  6. Prelude To Love
  7. Love Is Here To Stay
  8. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
  9. This Love Of Mine
  10. I Wish I Were In Love Again
  11. I Love Thee
  12. When I Fall In Love
Ferrante & Teicher: Love In The Generation Gap  (United Artists)
About this album: 

Lp released in 1968.

"The Look Of Love" - from the motion picture "Casino Royale"
"For Love Of Ivy" - from the motion picture "For Love of Ivy"
"Love Is Here To Stay" - from the motion picture "Goldwyn Follies"

Produced by George Butler
Arranged by Ferrante & Teicher, except tracks 1-3 which were arranged by Nick Perito

Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito
Engineer: Frank Laico
Ferrante & Teicher play Baldwin pianos

Availability: 

Lp: United Artists UAS-6677

Liner notes: 

Ferrante & Teicher: Love In A Generation Gap (inner)Generation Gap — Definition: the lack of communication between anyone under twenty-five and anyone over thirty.

How to Bridge it — Answer: use a common denominator, love and music.

This may seem to be a very simple answer to a very complicated problem but the way Ferrante and Teicher give musical expression to the most beautiful of all emotions, it just may work.

What the incomparable keyboard duo has done, in this their latest album, is taken some of the most beloved old love songs and mixed them with love songs of the “now generation.” The lilting OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY — the seductive THE LOOK OF LOVE — the wistful I WISH I WERE IN LOVE AGAIN, the easy, almost casual THIS GUY’S IN LOVE WITH YOU, the most current of all the selections TO WAIT FOR LOVE plus 8 other now and then hits have two things in common, the unmistakable message of love and the unmistakable talent of Ferrante and Teicher. As one listens to F&T work their magic, it becomes apparent that although times may change, feeling and response remain constant.

Ferrante and Teicher, themselves have bridged the generation gap. Since their first smash hit, THE THEME FROM THE APARTMENT, in 1960, they have been recognized as far and away the finest piano duo in the business. Their distinctive complementary style is most evident in moving renditions, such as EXODUS, a million seller.

So, listen to Ferrante and Teicher work their musical magic once more and you will suddenly realize that the sound of love today and the sound of love in days gone by have the same effect on the heart. And — while you listen — you may become aware of the fact that the generation gap is not as big as we think it is after all.

Doug's comments: 

This album was released with Unipak packaging, a lightweight gatefold-like cover where the record is removed from the left side of the jacket (through the center opening) rather than the right. Typically, the glue would eventually come undone or the record would wear through the spine. Fortunately, Unipak was short-lived. I don't know if the Lp ever appeared in a standard sleeve.