Perry Como RCA Camden Set Volume 2Perry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!
 
PERRY COMO
RCA CAMDEN SET VOL. 2
RCA CAMDEN CDS-1091 / CDS-1101 / CDS-1137
STEREO / ELECTRONIC STEREO

         Record One Side 1

I Had the Craziest Dream
~  recorded by Perry in February, 1957, for the album "We Get Letters"
from the 20th Century Fox film "Springtime in the Rockies"
Music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Mack Gordon , 1942
 
It Had to Be You recorded in real stereo
~  recorded by Perry in February, 1958, for the album "Saturday Night With Mr. C."
from the 1944 Hollywood musical "Show Business"
Music by Isham Jones and lyrics by Gus Kahn, 1924, 1944
 
Door of Dreams
~  recorded by Perry in February, 1955, following the sessions for "So Smooth"
Music by Robert Allen and lyrics by Al Stillman
 
Far Away Places
~  a popular single for Perry from December, 1948
nineteen weeks on "Your Hit Parade" in 1949 for Crosby, Whiting & Perry
Words and Music by Alex Kramer and Joan Whitney, 1948
 
I Found a Million Dollar Baby ( In a Five and Ten Cent Store )
~  a popular single for Perry from February, 1951
featured in the 1941 Warner Brothers film "Million Dollar Baby"
Music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon

         Record One Side 2

Say It Isn't So real stereo
~  recorded by Perry in May, 1961, for the album "Sing To Me Mr. C."
Perry recorded an unreleased version in June, 1956
Words and Music by Irving Berlin, 1932
 
If I Could Be With You ( One Hour Tonight )
~  recorded by Perry in June, 1956, during early sessions for "We Get Letters"
This is believed to be the first release of this recording
featured in the 1953 Hollywood musical "The Jazz Singer"
Music by James P. Johnson and lyrics by Henry Creamer , 1930
 
It's the Talk of the Town
~  recorded by Perry in January & February, 1955, for the album "So Smooth"
featured by Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra
Music by Jerry Livingston and lyrics by Marty Symes with Al J. Neiburg, 1933
 
A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes
~  recorded by Perry in October, 1949, popular flip side to "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo"
from the 1950 Walt Disney film "Cinderella"
Music by Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston and lyrics by Mack David, 1949
 
Magic Moments 
~  popular American & UK single from December, 1957, flip side to "Catch a Falling Star"
Music by Burt Bacharach and lyrics by Hal David , 1958

         Record Two Side 1

Kiss Me And Kiss Me And Kiss Me ( Tre Volte Baciami )originally recorded in real stereo
~  a popular  single for Perry from January, 1959, and flip side to "Tomboy"
Original music by Luciano Beretta with Italian lyrics by Arturo Casadei
English lyrics Al Hoffman and Dick Manning
 
Here's To My Lady
~  a popular  single for Perry from September, 1951, and flip side to "If Wishes Were Kisses"
Music by Rube Bloom and lyrics by Johnny Mercer, 1951
 
You'll Always Be My Lifetime Sweetheart
~  a popular single for Perry from January, 1955, and flip side to "Ko-Ko-Mo ( I Love You So )"
Music by Robert "Bobby" Day with lyrics by Johnny Burke ( under the pseudonym K.C. Rogan )
Arranged by Joe Reisman
 
Carolina Moon
~ recorded in July, 1947, and released as a flip side to "Haunted Heart" in 1948
also included within one of Perry's first album compilations "A Sentimental Date"
Music by Joe Burke and lyrics by Benny Davis , 1929
 
Somebody Loves Me
~ recorded in June, 1956, and released within Perry's 1957 album "We Get Letters"
this song was featured in the 1955 film "Pete Kelly's Blues"
Music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and B.G. DeSylva, 1924

         Record Two Side 2

Juke Box Baby
~  a popular double charted single for Perry from February, 1956, and flip side to "Hot Diggity ( Dog Ziggity Boom )"
Music by Joe Sherman and lyrics Noel Sherman, 1956
Arranged by Joe Reisman
 
Mandolins In The Moonlightoriginally recorded in real stereo
~  a popular double charted single for Perry from September, 1958, and flip side to "Love Makes The World Go 'Round"
Words and Music by George Weiss and Aaron Schroeder
Arranged by Joe Reisman
 
I Knowreal stereo~ real stereo
~  a popular charted single for Perry from May, 1959, with flip side "You Are In Love"
Words and Music by Carl Stutz and Edith Lindeman
 
Island of Forgotten Loversreal stereo~ real stereo
~  a popular flip side from Perry's 1962 single "Caterina"
Words and Music by Dick Manning and Kay Twomey
 
That Old Gang of Mine
~  a single release from January, 1951, with flip side "I Found a Million Dollar Baby ( In a Five and Ten Cent Store ) "
featured in the Stage musical "Ziegfield Follies of 1923"
Music by Ray Henderson and lyrics by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon

         Record Three Side 1

The Sweetest Sounds
~ from the Stage musical "No Strings"
Words and Music by Richard Rodgers, 1962
 
My Favorite Things
~ from "The Sound of Music" 1959, 1965
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
Fly Me to the Moon  ( In Other Words )
Words and Music by Bart Howard
 
I'll Remember April
~ from the 1942 Western Musical Comedy "Ride 'em Cowboy"
Music by Gene DePaul and lyrics by Patricia Johnston, and Don Raye
 
( The ) Hawaiian Wedding Song ( Ke Kali Nei Au )
Music by Charles E. King
with English lyrics by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning, 1959
Original written in 1926 by Charles E. King
with Hawaiian words and title "Ke Kali Nei Au"
 
In The Still of The Nightoriginally recorded for monaural only
~ from the 1937 Hollywood musical "Rosalie"
Words and Music by Cole Porter
 

         Record Three Side 2

Sunrise Sunset ( from the Broadway and musical production "Fiddler on the Roof" )
Music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
 
This is All I Ask
Words and Music by Gordon Jenkins, 1963
 
When I Lost You
~ This song was composed the year Mr. Como was born. Irving Berlin wrote this ballad after the death of his young bride, who died shortly after their honeymoon. It had a tremendous sheet music sale and remains one of Berlin's most moving songs.
Words and Music by Irving Berlin , 1912
 
The Songs I Love
Music by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Sammy Cahn
 
( The ) Shadow of Your Smile  ( Love theme from "The Sandpiper" ) 
Music by Johnny Mandel with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, 1965
Arranged by Torrie Zito
 
We Kiss In A Shadoworiginally recorded for monaural only
~ from the 1951 Stage musical "The King and I"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
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