Supper Club Favorites ~ 1953 Long Play VersionPerry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!
Perry Como
Supper Club Favorites
RCA VICTOR LPM-3044 ( E2VL-4993/94 )
MONAURAL LONG PLAY
ASSEMBLED MAY 1952

        Side One  ( E2VL-4993 )

Prisoner of Love
a Gold Record for Perry in 1946
~ introduced and featured by Russ Columbo in 1931
Music by Russ Columbo and Clarence Gaskill with lyrics by Leo Robin, 1931
 
Because
a Gold Record for Perry in 1948
~ featured by Mario Lanza in "The Great Caruso", 1951
Music by Guy d'Hardelot and lyrics by Edward Teschemacher, 1902
 
When You Were Sweet Sixteen  ( with The Satisfiers )
a Gold Record for Perry in 1947
~ from the Bing Crosby Productions, Inc., Picture "The Great John L."
Words and Music by James Thornton and Published 1898
 
Far Away Placesexcluded from the 45 RPM Smart Set
a #4 Charted Hit for Perry in 1949
Words and Music by Alex Kramer and Joan Whitney, 1948

        Side Two  ( E2VL-4994 )

Song of Songs
~ An English translation of the French song "Chanson du Coeur Brise"
Music by Harold Vicars and lyrics by Clarence Lucas , 1914
Original French lyrics by Maurice Vancaire
 
'Till the End of Time
a Gold Record for Perry in 1945
~ adapted from Chopin's Polonaise No. 6 in A Flat Major
Words and Music by Ted Mossman and Buddy Kaye, 1945
 
Temptation
a Gold Record for Perry in 1945
~ from the MGM film "Going Hollywood"
Music by Nacio Herb Brown and lyrics by Arthur Freed , 1933
 
Ifexcluded from the 45 RPM Smart Set
a Gold Record for Perry in 1951
Music by Tolchard Evans, lyrics by Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J. Damerell , 1934
 
Released on Compact Disc
 
This compilation of hit singles recorded at RCA Victor's Studio 2, the Lottos Club and the Manhattan Center, New York City, between 1945 and 1951, with the Orchestra's of Ted Steele, Russ Case, Lloyd Shaffer and Mitchell Ayres, and vocal accompaniment by The Satisfiers for "When You Were Sweet Sixteen". The album might have been described as a "Greatest Hits" album for it's time period, highlighting Perry's "gold" records from the early 40s up to and including his rendition of "If" which would have been current at the time of this release.
 
In 1956 this 10" LP was expanded to the 12" LP format and released under the title "Relaxing With Perry Como" with the addition of four songs taken from Perry's 1952 10" LP titled "TV Favorites".
 
All tracks in this compilation were monaural.
 
Supper Club Favorites ~ Original LPYou Are Here!Supper Club Favorites ~ 1953 45 Extended Play VersionRelaxing With Perry Como ~ 1956
 
RCA 45 RPM SMART SET WP-237 ( 3 DISC ) 1949
RECORD NOS. 47-2886/87/88 
excluded from the 45 RPM Smart SetEXCLUDED FROM THE 45 RPM SMART SET

           | Original Musical Smart Set | SUPPER CLUB 45 EPB |

           |  Relaxing With Perry Como 12" LP |

           | Supper Club Favorites Notes | Relaxing With Perry Como Notes |

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Composer Index
A Perry Como Discography 
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First Edition Summer 1992
Second Edition Christmas 1993
Web Page Edition Christmas 1997
25th Anniversary Revision November, 2017
 
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