No Other Love ~ 1966Perry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!
 
PERRY COMO
NO OTHER LOVE
 
RCA CAMDEN CAS-941 (e)
Electronically Reprocessed Stereo
ASSEMBLED 1966
An RCA Victor Statement about RCA Camden Records
Memorable Como Performances
 
A&R Coordinator: Ethel Gabriel.
With the Orchestras of Mitchell Ayres, Lloyd Shaffer and Henri René.
Vocal accompaniment by the Fontane Sisters
& The Ray Charles Singers.
Electronically Reprocessed Stereo.

        Side One

No Other Love
~  a double charted single from May, 1953, with flip side "Keep It Gay"
from the 1953 Stage Musical "Me and Juliet"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
Over The Rainbow ( with Sally Sweetland )
~ from Perry's 1952 RCA Victor album "TV Favorites"
from the Hollywood musical "The Wizard of Oz"
Music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg , 1939
 
To Know You ( Is To Love You ) ( with Ray Charles ) Recorded in "Living Stereo"
~ from Perry's 1959 RCA Victor album "Como Swings"
Music by Robert Allen and lyrics by Allan Roberts , 1952
 
Linda Recorded in "Living Stereo"
~ from Perry's 1959 RCA Victor album "Como Swings"
Words and Music by Jack Lawrence, 1947
 
If
~  a double charted single from November, 1950, with flip side "Zing Zing - Zoom Zoom"
Music by Tolchard Evans, lyrics by Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J. Damerell , 1934

        Side Two

Song of Songs
~  a popular single from January, 1947, with flip side "Easter Parade"
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
 
Some Enchanted Evening
~  a double charted single from March, 1949, with flip side "Bali Ha'i"
from the 1949 Stage musical "South Pacific"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
We Kiss In A Shadow
~  popular flip side to Perry's 1951 charted single "Hello Young Lovers"
from the 1951 Stage musical "The King and I"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
You're Just In Love ( I Wonder Why ) ( with The Fontane Sisters )
~  charted single from September, 1950, with flip side "It's a Lovely Day Today"
from the 1950 Broadway musical "Call Me Madam"
Words and Music by Irving Berlin , 1950
 
Especially for The YoungRecorded in "Living Stereo"
~ from Perry's 1961 RCA Victor album "For The Young At Heart"
also released as a single on the flip side of "You're Following Me" in 1961
Music by Ben Weisman and lyrics by Manny Curtis
 
Recorded in "Living Stereo" ~ these tracks were originally recorded in real stereo but released here electronically reprocessed from monaural to simulate stereo. In his 1958 statement regarding RCA Camden, Mr. G. R. Marek, Vice-President and General Manager of RCA Victor Record Division, claimed "It is the desire of RCA Victor that the public be assured that the same high standards used in the production of RCA Victor Records have also been used in the manufacture of RCA Camden Records."

"To Know You ( Is to Love You )" is incorrectly labeled within this compilation as the original 1952 single version sung with the Fontane Sisters.  However, the track included within this compilation is from Perry's 1959 album "Como Swings", sung as a duet with Choral Director Ray Charles. The original single version was released in Perry's 1960 RCA Camden album compilation titled "Dreamer's Holiday" CAL-582 and, interestingly, mislabeled there as being sung with Betty Hutton.

        No Other Love ~ 1966

            A&R Coordinator: Ethel Gabriel.
With the Orchestras of Mitchell Ayres, Lloyd Shaffer and Henri René.
Vocal accompaniment by the Fontane Sisters and the Ray Charles Singers.
All tracks re-mastered in Electronically Reprocessed Stereo.

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