1978 Robert Goulet – You’re Something Special

You’re Something Special is an album from singer/actor Robert Goulet, released in 1978 on Orinda Recording.

Robert Gérard Goulet (November 26, 1933 – October 30, 2007) was an American and Canadian singer and actor of French-Canadian ancestry. Goulet was born and raised in Lawrence, Massachusetts until age 13, and then spent his formative years in Canada.


1  Solitaire (Neil Sedaka) 03:53
2  You Light Up My Life (Joseph Brooks) 03:16
3  What I Did For Love (Marvin Hamlisch) 03:50
4  If I Could See Myself (Ron Miller; Ken Hirsch) 02:44
5  This Masquerade (Leon Russell) 04:50
6  If Ever I Would Leave You (Al Lerner; Frederick Loewe) 02:23
7  You’re Something Special (Danny Wells; Mike Champion; Patti Jerome) 04:47


BassScott Edwards
DrumsEd Greene
GuitarLee Ritenour
PianoMike Lang
PercussionJoe Porcaro
VocalsRobert Goulet

Liner Notes

Producer – Michael Robert Phillips
Arranged By – Bruce Miller
Chief Operator – Joe Hansch
Conductor – George Annis
Creative Consultant – Harry Balk
Engineer – Geoff Sykes, John Meyer
Engineer (Mix) – Carl Yanchar, Philip Schier
Leader – Bruce Miller

Cover – Cynthia Black
Design – Lelsie Cabarga
Photography – Barry Evans

Recorded At Kendun Recorders, Burbank, CA
Phonographic Copyright Orinda Recording Corporation
Copyright Orinda Recording Corporation