Screen Themes in Hi-FiPerry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!
 
Perry Como
Screen Themes in Hi-Fi
 
With the Orchestra's of Freddy Martin, Manny Albam
and Mitchell Ayres, The Ray Charles Singers & Chorus
 
RCA JAPAN 45 EP-1194
MONAURAL
ASSEMBLED 1956 ( Not Confirmed )

        Side One

The Bus Stop Songthis selection produced by Hugo Winterhalter with Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus
from the film "Bus Stop"
Words and Music by Ken Darby, 1956

Freddy Martin and His Orchestra
Vocal by The Martin Men

           Intrigue
           from the film "Foreign Intrigue"

           Words and Music Ervin Drake and Paul Durand
           Performed by Charles Richards with Manny Albam's Orchestra & Chorus

        Side Two

Somebody Up There Likes Me
from the 1956 MGM film "Somebody Up There Likes Me" and performed by Perry
Music by Bronislau Kaper and lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Performed by Perry Como with Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra and the Ray Charles Singers
 
Hello Young Lovers
~ from the 1951 musical production "The King and I"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Perry Como with Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
 
this selection produced by Hugo Winterhalter with Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus "The Bus Stop Song" was also known as "A Paper of Pins". The Four Lads introduced
this song on the film soundtrack and had the leading record on Columbia Records.
 
All tracks in this compilation were monaural.
 
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