The Great Perry Como
 
Volume 2   | Link to Volume 1 |

Disc 1

Wanted
~  recorded by Perry in December, 1953
Words and Music by Lois Steele and Jack Fulton , 1954
 
No Other Love
~ from the 1953 Stage Musical "Me and Juliet"
Words and Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein, 1953
 
Wild Horses
~  a double charted single from January, 1953, with flip side "I Confess"
Words and Music by Johnny Burke ( K.C. Rogan )
Adapted from "Wilder Reiter" ( "Wild Horseman" ) by Robert Schumann
 
Maybe
~  a double charted single from May, 1952, with flip side "Watermelon Weather"
Words and Music by Allan Flynn and Frank Madden , 1940, 1952
both songs with Eddie Fisher & Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
 
Watermelon Weather
~  a double charted single from May, 1952, with flip side "Maybe"
Words and Music by Hoagy Carmichael and Paul Francis Webster
both songs with Eddie Fisher & Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
 
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
 
Tulips and Heather
Words and Music by Milton Carson
 
Hello Young Lovers ( 1951 Version )
~ from the 1951 musical production "The King and I"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
Without a Song  ~ 1951
~  Perry's first recording of this song from January, 1951
from the 1929 musical production "Great Day"
Music by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by Billy Rose and Edward Eliscu
 
Black Moonlight
~ from the motion picture musical "Too Much Harmony"
Music by Arthur Johnston and lyrics by Sam Coslow, 1933
 
Zing Zing, Zoom Zoom
Music by Sigmund Romberg
with lyrics by Charles Tobias, 1951
 
If
a Gold Record for Perry in 1951
Music by Tolchard Evans, lyrics by Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J. Damerell , 1934
 
You're Just In Love  ( I Wonder Why )
Irving Berlin Music Company ~ ASCAP
Words and Music by Irving Berlin. 1950
 
A Bushel and A Peck
Introduced by Vivian Blaine in the musical production "Guy's and Dolls"
Words and Music by Frank Loesser, 1950
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra & Betty Hutton
 
Patricia 
Words and Music by Benny Davis

           Disc 2

Hoop-Dee-Doo
~  double charted single from March, 1950, with flip side "On The Outgoing Tide"
Music Milton de Lugg and lyrics by Frank Loesser
 
Please Believe Me
Music by Bob Merrill and lyrics by Bee Walker
Roncom Music Company
 
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo ( The Magic Song ) 
~ from the 1950 Walt Disney film "Cinderella"
Music by Al Hoffman and Mack David with lyrics by Jerry Livingston
 
A Dreamer's Holiday
Skidmore Music Co., Inc. and Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. ~ ASCAP
~ recorded at RCA Studio 2, NYC, August 11, 1949
Music by Mabel Wayne and lyrics by Kim Gannon , 1949
 
I Wanna Go Home (  With You  ) (  alternate take  )  
~ recorded by Perry in August, 1949
Words and Music by Jack Joyce and Joe Candullo
 
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
 
I Don't See Me In Your Eyes Anymore
Words and Music by Bennie Benjamin
and George Weiss
 
Bali Ha'i
~ from the musical production "South Pacific"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
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

Give Me Your Hand
Words and Music by Dorothy Stewart, 1949

"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
 
Some Enchanted Evening
~ from the 1949 Stage musical "South Pacific"
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
 
N'Yot N'Yow  ( The Pussycat Song ) ~ A Cappella
Universal / MCA Music Publishing ~ ASCAP
Words and Music by Dick Manning
 
If You Had All The World And It's Gold
Words and Music by Harry Edelheit, Bartley Costello  
and Al Piantadosi 
Witmark, 1916 and Laurel Music, 1947
 
Rambling Rose
Music by Joseph Burke 
with lyrics by Joseph Allan McCarthy Jr. 1948
With Russ Case and His Orchestra and the Satisfiers

           Disc 3

Pianissimo
Words and Music by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss
With Russ Case and His Orchestra
 
Love Me Or Leave Me
~ from the 1928 Stage musical "Whoopee"
Music by Walter Donaldson and lyrics by Gus Kahn
 
Two Loves Have I
Music by Vincent Scotto with English lyrics by Jack Murray and Barry Trivers , 1931
Original French lyrics by Georges Koger and Henri Varna
 
I Want To Thank Your Folks
Words and Music by Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss
 
Jingle Bells
~ from the Musical Smart Set "Perry Como Sings Merry Christmas Music"
Words and Music by J.S. Pierpoint
With Russ Case, his Orchestra and Chorus
 
I'll Be Home For Christmas
~ from the Musical Smart Set "Perry Como Sings Merry Christmas Music"
Words and Music by Walter Kent, Kim Gannon and Buck Ram
 
Winter Wonderland
Words and Music by Felix Bernard and Dick Smith
 
One More Vote  ( One More Kiss )
~ from the 20th Century-Fox film "If I'm Lucky"
Words and Music by Eddie Delange and Joseph Myrow
 
I Wish We Didn't Have To Say Goodnight
~ from the 1944 20th Century-Fox picture "Something for the Boys"
Music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Harold Adamson
 
Angeline  
Words and Music by  Si Rothman and Edward Ross
Universal Duchess Music Corp.
With Ted Weems & His Orchestra
 
It All Comes Back To Me Now
Words and Music by Hy Zaret, Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer, 1941
With Ted Weems & His Orchestra
 
Rose of the Rockies
Words and Music by Allie Wrubel
with Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny
With Ted Weems & His Orchestra
 
           May I Never Love Again
Words and Music by Sano Marco and Jack Erickson, 1940
With Ted Weems & His Orchestra
 
Faithful Forever
Music by Ralph Rainger and lyrics by Leo Robin, 1939
With Ted Weems & His Orchestra
 
That Old Gang of Mine
~ featured in the Stage musical "Ziegfield Follies of 1923"
Music by Ray Henderson and lyrics by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon
Redwood Music Ltd. / Bourne Music Ltd.
With Ted Weems & His Orchestra
 
The Great Perry Como
 
RAJON  CATALOGUE NO. CDR0331 ( July 2004 )
ALL TRACKS MONAURAL 
DIGITALLY TRANSCRIBED FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF 78 RPM RECORDS
ALL SONGS FROM THE 1940S RECORDED IN MONAURAL ONLY AND RELEASED ON 78 RPM RECORDS
 
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