Biography: Liberace (born Wladziu Valentino Liberace) was the most flamboyant, popular easy listening pianist of the '60s and '70s by a wide margin. His campy, theatrical appearance and performances often disguised his prodigious talent.
Liberace was a child prodigy born to a musical family. His father, Salvatore,
Liberace utilizes the Antonin Dvorák composition "Songs My Mother Taught Me" as the first track of his album of the same name on the Hamilton label, a Dot Records subsidiary. Holding a picture of his mom ...Read full review
Liberace's first release for new label Warner Bros. is an attempt to reposition the pianist as an icon for the flower-power generation -- and damned if it isn't florid. While by no means the psychedelic ...Read full review