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In this album, Como performs select songs from Irving Berlin's then new Broadway musical, Mr. President. Perry is joined by members of his "Kraft Music Hall" TV family, Kaye Ballard, Sandy Stewart and the Ray Charles Singers. Compilation album by. Perry Como. The best-known version was recorded by Perry Como with Mitchell Ayres's orchestra in New York City on August 31, 1954. The song was released by RCA Victor as catalog number 20-5857 (i USA) and by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalog number B 10776. The US release peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard chart in that same year.
Como is accompanied on the album by the Ray Charles Singers and an orchestra arranged and conducted by Nick Perito. On two songs, "The Little Drummer Boy" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", boy choristers from the Little Church Around the Corner and from Saint Thomas Church (Manhattan) also participated. The Best of Irving Berlin's Songs from Mr. President (1962). The Songs I Love (1963). The Scene Changes (1965). Lightly Latin (1966).
1975 greatest hits album by Perry Como. 40 Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by Perry Como. It was released by K-Tel by arrangement with RCA Records in 1975 and peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart. It was the Christmas number two album that year. The album was not issued in the United States.
In this LP Perry Como recreates Irving Berlin's popular Broadway musical, Mr. It Gets Lonely In The White House". Up to date as of November 16, 2009. Perry Como Discography - Irving Berlin's Songs from "Mr. President" ~ LSP-2630 Released 1962.
The Best of Irving Berlin's Songs from Mr. 1. Perry Como – Pierino Ronald Perry Como was an American singer and television personality. During a career spanning more than half a century, he recorded exclusively for RCA Victor for 44 years after signing with the label in 1943, Mr. C. as he was nicknamed, sold millions of records for RCA and pioneered a musical variety television show. Como was seen weekly on television from 1949 to 1963, then continued hosting the Kraft Music Hall variety program monthly until 1967 and his television shows and seasonal specials were broadcast throughout the world.
Best of + is the second greatest hits compilation album by the Greek singer Peggy Zina, released in Greece and Cyprus on June 24, 2008, by Minos EMI on CD and in a CD and DVD package which includes her music videos. The album includes three new tracks composed and written by Giorgos Moukidis on the first disc, all three of which were released as singles. Perry Como in Italy released: 1966. The Scene Change released: 1965. President released: 1962. Perry Como Sings Merry Christmas Music released: 1961. Season's Greetings From Perry Como released: 1959.
Back in the '60s and '70s, no artist underscored the gap between the World War II generation and the baby boomers more than Perry Como. To the boomers (many of them, anyway), he was square, dated, and unhip - music your parents listened to while you were off in another room cranking the Doors, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, or Led Zeppelin. Absolutely, and Como himself hated some of the dreadful novelty items that he agreed to record during that decade. But the '40s recordings on this CD are generally respectable. For those who want to hear how pleasing Como could be when he had the right material, The Best of the War Years is enthusiastically recommended.
Listen to albums and songs from Perry Como. The Very Best Of Perry Como. 2. And I Love You So. Though he deserves better, two things have probably kept Como's vast catalogue of songs from seeming relevant decades after they were recorded (the way that Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and Dean Martin's catalogues have). First, Como never fought against the tidal wave of goofy novelty numbers labels and publishers passed his way, so digging out the gems requires some patience.
Irving Berlin remembers 'The Best Things Happen While You’re Dancing' from White Christmas! "For dancing soon becomes romancing, When you hold . .girl in your arms That you’ve never held before. Even guys with two left feet Come out all right if the girl is sweet, If by chance their cheeks should meet while dancing, Proving that the best things happen while you dance.
|A1||–The Ray Charles Singers With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||Opening|
|A2||–Perry Como With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||It Gets Lonely In The White House|
|A3||–Kaye Ballard With Intro By Perry Como With The Ray Charles Singers And Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||The First Lady|
|A4||–Perry Como With Sandy Stewart With The Ray Charles Singers And Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||In Our Hide-Away|
|A5||–Sandy Stewart With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||The Secret Service|
|A6||–Perry Como With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||Pigtails & Freckles|
|A7||–The Ray Charles Singers With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||Is He The Only Man In The World?|
|B1||–Perry Como With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||Is She The Only Girl In The World?|
|B2||–Kaye Ballard With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||They Love Me|
|B3||–Sandy Stewart With Intro By Perry Como With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||I'm Gonna Get Him|
|B4||–Perry Como And The Ray Charles Singers With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||Glad To Be Home|
|B5||–Kaye Ballard With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||Song For Belly Dancer|
|B6||–Perry Como With Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra, The Ray Charles Singers||Empty Pockets Filled With Love|
|B7||–Perry Como With Kaye Ballard, The Ray Charles Singers, Sandy Stewart , Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra||Finale: This Is A Great Country|
|LPM-2630||Perry Como||The Best Of Irving Berlin's Songs From 'Mr. President' (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-2630||US||1962|
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