My Heart Stood Still
~ from the 1927 London and American Stage musicals "One Dam Thing After Another"
and "A Connecticut Yankee"
and lyrics by
Arranged, Conducted and Produced by Nick Perito
Co-Produced by Roncom Productions, Inc.
Trombone Soloist: Chauncey Welch
Recorded at Evergreen Studios, Burbank,
Orchestra Contractor: Joe Soldo
Recording Engineer: John Richards
Assistant Engineer: Mike Hatcher
Recording Time 3:33
February 2nd & 3rd, 1987
Remixing by Mike Moran, RCA Studios, New York City.
Mastered by Jack Adelman at RCA, New York City
Album issue: BMG-LP12 "
Perry Como Today
" 6368-1-R STEREO 1987
Notes: ~ from the 1927 London Stage musical "One Dam Thing After Another" and
later in the American Stage musical "A Connecticut Yankee". It was played as
background music in the 1948 Hollywood musical, a biography of Rodgers and Hart,
"Words and Music" in which Mr. Como made one of his few movie appearances.
In 1944 Perry went to Hollywood where he co-starred with Vivian Blaine, Phil Silvers
and Carmen Miranda in his first movie for 20th Century Fox titled "Something for the Boys."
In 1946 he followed with "Doll Face" and "If Im Lucky." In 1948 he was chosen to appear
with the all-star cast of MGMs musical "Words and Music."
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