Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" is a song written by Harry Noble and originally performed by Karen Chandler in 1952. It has been re-recorded several times since then, with the most notable covers being by Mel Carter in 1965 and by Gloria Estefan in 1994. The original version was released by Karen Chandler in 1952, released by Coral Records
Accordion – Emilio Estefan, J. rench Horn – Andrew Lewinter, Lauren HammockGuitar, Mandolin – Jorge CasasGuitar – Juan R. Marquez Music By, Lyrics By – Edward Brigati, Jr., Felix CavaliereTambourine – Lawrence Dermer. A3. Everlasting Love.
Album · 1994 · 13 Songs. Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me. 6:12. 13 Songs, 52 Minutes. Released: 14 Oct 1994. More By Gloria Estefan.
Album: The Essential Gloria Estefan, 2006. Music video by Gloria Estefan performing Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me. (C) 1994 sony bmg music entertainment. Gloria Estefan quotes. Wherever there's a human being there's going to be somebody that tries to hold you back. Now playing: Portugal.
length: 3:24 vocal: Gloria Estefan. length: 4:02 vocal: Gloria Estefan. length: 3:24 vocal: Gloria Estefan. 5 Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying. length: 4:25 vocal: Gloria Estefan. 6 You've Made Me So Very Happy. length: 4:44 vocal: Gloria Estefan. 7 Turn the Beat Around. length: 3:54 vocal: Gloria Estefan. 8 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do. length: 3:15 vocal: Gloria Estefan. 9 Love on a Two Way Street. length: 4:13 vocal: Gloria Estefan.
Hold me, hold me, never let me go. Until you told me, told me what I want to know. And then just hold me, hold me. Make me tell you I'm in love with you. Thrill me, thrill me, walk me down the lane. Where shadows will be, will be hiding lovers just the same. As will be, will be when you. Make me tell you I love you. They tell me be sensible with your new love. Don't be fool thinking this is the last you'll find. But they never stood in the dark with you love. When you take me in your arms and drive me slowly out of my mind. Kiss me, kiss me when you do I know.
A stretch for Estefan, it's a genuinely worthy one, even if it sometimes strays too far from her Latin roots. This album of classic covers includes brilliant pop hits ("How Can I Be Sure," "Turn the Beat Around"), moments of genuine pathos ("Traces," "It's Too Late"), and some pure dreck ("You've Made Me So Very Happy"). While the record enhances Estefan's reputation as a savvy, sophisticated pop singer, it also lays bare her limitations, confirming that she's more stylist than soulstress.
In September 2013, Estefan released The Standards. The album features some collaborations with artists like Laura Pausini, Dave Koz and Joshua Bell, and a selection of songs from the Great American songbook