The Anita Kerr Quartet, one of the finest vocal
groups in popular music, plus a Country
harmonica player, join Perry for
this Nashville performance of a low-key rhythm tune. Fred Burch,
the song with Jan Crutchfield, says. 'We made a demo record of it with me
and it was totally unique. We had it around for two years. It
was a labour of love, because while we
knew it was different and loved it,
nobody else seemed to. The song became our orphan. Then,
one day, like in
the storybooks, we heard Perry Como was coming to Nashville to record.
took the song to Chet Atkins, and he liked it and recommended that Perry
listen to it.
He did, and the rest, as they say, is history.'
( notes from "The
Incomparable Como" Readers Digest UK
compilation 1975 )