Perry Como Greatest Hits Australia
 
Perry Como
Greatest Hits ( Australia )
 
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
 
And I Love You Soreal stereo
Words and Music by Don McLean
 
Magic Momentsreal stereo
~  recorded by Perry in December, 1957
Music by Burt Bacharach and lyrics by Hal David , 1958
 
Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes ( with The Ramblers )
~  recorded by Perry in November, 1952
Words and Music by Slim Willet, 1952
 
It's Impossible real stereo
Music by Canache Armando Manzanero
with lyrics by Sid Wayne
 
Catch a Falling Star  real stereo
~ first certified "Gold" record by R.I.A.A. in 1958
Words and Music by Lee Pockriss and Paul Vance
 
For The Good Times real stereo
Words and Music by Kris Kristofferson
 
Papa Loves Mambo
~  recorded by Perry in August, 1954
Words and Music by Al Hoffman, Dick Manning and Bix Reichner 1954
 
Mi Casa, Su Casa  ( My House Is Your House )real stereo
~  recorded by Perry in January, 1957
Words and Music by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning
 
Hot Diggity  ( Dog Ziggity Boom )
~ Adapted from Alexis Chabrier's 1st theme of Espaņa, Rhapsody for Orchestra
Words and Music by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning, 1956
 
Seattle ( from the Screen Gems TV production "Here Come the Brides" ) real stereo
Music by Hugo Montenegro 
with words by Ernie Sheldon and Jack Keller
 
Temptation
~ from the MGM film "Going Hollywood"
Music by Nacio Herb Brown and lyrics by Arthur Freed , 1933
 
Round and Roundreal stereo
~  recorded by Perry in January, 1957
Words and Music by Joe Shapiro and Lou Stallman, 1956
 
Prisoner of Love
~ introduced and featured by Russ Columbo in 1931
Music by Russ Columbo and Clarence Gaskill
with lyrics by Leo Robin, 1931
 
Wanted
~  recorded by Perry in December, 1953
Words and Music by Lois Steele and Jack Fulton , 1954
 
When You Were Sweet Sixteen  ( with The Satisfiers )
~ from the Bing Crosby Productions, Inc., Picture "The Great John L."
Words and Music by James Thornton and Published 1898
 
A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba ( Dig You Later )
~ from the Hollywood Musical "Doll Face", 1945
Music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Harold Adamson, 1945
 
Because
~ featured by Mario Lanza in "The Great Caruso", 1951
Music by Guy d'Hardelot and lyrics by Edward Teschemacher, 1902
 
Where Do I Begin ( from "Love Story" ) real stereo
Music by Francis Lai 
with lyrics by Carl Sigman, 1970
 
For All We Know ( from the Motion Picture "Lovers and Other Strangers" ) real stereo
Music by Fred Karlin 
with lyrics by Arthur James and Robb Wilson, 1970

Vinyl Version

1 DISC 20 TRACKS TIME U/K
THESE TRACKS SHOULD BE IN STEREO real stereo ( UNVERIFIED )
OTHER TRACKS RECORDED IN MONO ONLY
RE-RELEASE 1987 BMG AUSTRALIA
SPCD-1010
 
Original Vinyl - 20 Golden Hits - Australia 1974
 
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