Perry Como RCA Camden SetPerry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!
 
PERRY COMO
RCA CAMDEN SET VOL. 1
 
RCA CAMDEN CDS-1123 / CDS-1130 / CDS-1148 (e)
STEREO / ELECTRONIC STEREO

         Record One Side 1

Dream on Little Dreamer ( with The Anita Kerr Quartet )
~ from Perry's first Nashville album "The Scene Changes" recorded February, 1965
charted at No. 25 but issued as the single "B" side to "My Own Peculiar Way"
Words and Music by Jan Crutchfield and Fred Burch
 
Days of Wine and Roses
~ from Perry's 1963 RCA Victor album "The Songs I Love"
from the 1962 film "Days of Wine and Roses"
Music by Henry Mancini and lyrics by Johnny Mercer, 1962
 
What Kind of Fool Am I ?
~ from Perry's 1963 RCA Victor album "The Songs I Love"
from the 1961 Stage Musical "Stop the World I Want to Get Off"
Music by Leslie Bricusse and lyrics by Anthony Newley
 
Stay With Me
~ from Perry's 1966 RCA Victor album "Lightly Latin"
Music by Nick Perito and lyrics by Ray Charles
 
Moon River
~ from Perry's 1962 RCA Victor album "By Request"
from the 1961 film "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
Music by Henry Mancini and lyrics by Johnny Mercer
 
"A"— You're Adorable
~  a No. 1 hit single from March, 1949, the "B" flip side to "When Is Sometime?"
Music by Sidney Lippman with lyrics by Fred Wise and Buddy Kaye, 1948
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra and The Fontane Sisters

         Record One Side 2

Maria
~ from Perry's 1962 RCA Victor album "By Request"
Music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, 1957
 
( I Left My Heart ) In San Francisco
~ from Perry's 1963 RCA Victor album "The Songs I Love"
Music by George Cory and lyrics by Douglas Cross
 
In These Crazy Times
~ from Perry's 1968 RCA Victor album "Look To Your Heart"
Music by Sydney Lippman and lyrics by Sylvia Dee
 
Try To Remember
~ from Perry's 1968 RCA Victor album "Look To Your Heart"
from the musical production "The Fantasticks"
Music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jones
 
Long Ago  ( And Far Away )
~  a double charted single from February, 1944, the "B" flip side to "I Love You"
from the 1944 Hollywood musical "Cover Girl"
Music by Jerome Kern and lyrics Ira Gershwin, 1944
 
It's Only a Paper Moon
~  a double charted single from February, 1944, the "B" flip side to "I Love You"
from the 1944 Hollywood musical "Cover Girl"
Music by Jerome Kern and lyrics Ira Gershwin, 1944
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra

         Record Two Side 1

"A"— You're Adorable
~  a No. 1 hit single from March, 1949, the "B" flip side to "When Is Sometime?"
Music by Sidney Lippman with lyrics by Fred Wise and Buddy Kaye, 1948
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra and The Fontane Sisters
 
Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk
~  a double charted single from May, 1949, the "B" flip side to "Just One Way To Say I Love You"
from the 1949 Broadway musical production "Miss Liberty"
Words and Music by Irving Berlin
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra and Chorus
 
I'm Confessin' ( That I Love You )
~  a double charted single from December, 1944, the "B" flip side to "I Dream Of You (More Than You Dream I Do)"
Music by Doc Dougherty and Ellis Reynolds and lyrics by Al J. Neiburg , 1930
With Orchestra Conducted by Lew Martin
 
Forever and Ever
~  a double charted single from January, 1949, with flip side "I Don't See Me In Your Eyes Anymore"
Music and original German lyrics by Franz Winkler
English lyrics by Malia Rosa, 1949
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra and Chorus
 
You Won't Be Satisfied ( Until You Break My Heart ) ( with The Satisfiers )
~  a double charted single from October, 1945, with flip side "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows"
Words and Music by Freddy James and Larry Stock, 1946
With Orchestra Conducted by Russ Case and The Satisfiers
 
Long Ago  ( And Far Away )
~  a double charted single from February, 1944, the "B" flip side to "I Love You"
from the 1944 Hollywood musical "Cover Girl"
Music by Jerome Kern and lyrics Ira Gershwin, 1944

         Record Two Side 2

It's Only a Paper Moon
~  a double charted single from February, 1944, the "B" flip side to "I Love You"
from the 1944 Hollywood musical "Cover Girl"
Music by Jerome Kern and lyrics Ira Gershwin, 1944
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
 
There Never Was a Night So Beautiful
~  a double charted single from January, 1954, the "B" flip side to "Hit and Run Affair"
Words and Music by John Rox
With Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
 
You Alone ( Solo Tu )
~  a double charted single from August, 1953, the "B" flip side to "Pa-paya Mama"
Music by Robert Allen and lyrics by Al Stillman, 1953
With Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus
 
My One and Only Heart
~  a double charted single from March, 1953, with flip side "Say You're Mine Again"
Music by Robert Allen and lyrics by Al Stillman
With Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
 
Marcheta
~  recorded December, 1947, and released as the 1950 "B" flip side to "So Long Sally"
Music by Robert Allen and lyrics by Al Stillman
With Orchestra Conducted by Russ Case
 
I Love You
~  a double charted single from February, 1944, with flip side "Long Ago (And Far Away)"
from the 1944 Stage musical "Mexican Hayride"
Words and Music by Cole Porter

         Record Three Side 1

Catch a Falling Star
Words and Music by Lee Pockriss 
and Paul Vance
 
No Other Love
from the 1953 Stage Musical "Me and Juliet"
Music by Richard Rodgers 
with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
Delaware
Words and Music by Irving Gordon
 
Come Rain or Come Shine
from the Stage musical "St. Louis Woman"
Music by Harold Arlen 
with lyrics by Johnny Mercer, 1946
 
I've Got You Under My Skin
~ from the 1936 Hollywood musical "Born to Dance"
Words and Music by Cole Porter
 
Begin the Beguine
~ from the 1935 Stage musical "Jubilee"
Words and Music by Cole Porter

         Record Three Side 2

'Till the End of Time
~ adapted from Chopin's Polonaise No. 6 in A Flat Major
Words and Music by Ted Mossman and Buddy Kaye, 1945
 
Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes ( with The Ramblers )
Words and Music by Slim Willet, 1952
 
Some Enchanted Evening
from the 1949 Stage musical "South Pacific"
Music by Richard Rodgers 
with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
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
 
How Insensitive ( Insensatez )
Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim 
with lyrics by Vinicius De Moraes
English lyrics by Norman Gimbel
 
Arrivederci Roma ( Goodbye to Rome )
~ featured in the 1958 Hollywood musical "Seven Hills of Rome"
Music by Renato Ranucci with Italian lyrics by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini
English lyrics by Carl Sigman
 
RCA Camden Set Volume 1
 
Perry Como RCA Camden SetRelax with Perry Como - International Camden releasePerry Como Sings Just For You ~ UK Re-release 1972Como's Golden Hits ~ UK Camden
 
RCA Camden Set Volume 2
 
Perry Como RCA Camden Set Volume 2Perry Como SingsSomebody Loves Me - UKFly Me to the Moon
 
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