Perry Como Today - 1987

That's What Friends Are For (1987 Version)

Music by Burt Bacharach and lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager, 1985
 
Arranged, Conducted and Produced by Nick Perito
Co-Produced by Roncom Productions, Inc.
 
Recorded at Evergreen Studios, Burbank, California
Orchestra Contractor: Joe Soldo
Recording Engineer: John Richards
Assistant Engineer: Mike Hatcher
Recording Time 3:15
 
Recorded February 2nd & 3rd, 1987    ~ Matrix No. unknown
Lyrics
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
 
Perry Como ~ 1987 BMG

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Notes: ~ Originally written for the 1982 motion picture "Night Shift" and recorded
by Rod Stewart on Warner Brothers. It was a #1 Gold Record for Dionne Warwick
and Friends on Arista in 1985. The "friends " were Elton John, Gladys Knight, and
Stevie Wonder, who collaborated vocally. Proceeds were contributed to Aids
Research. The song won "Song of the Year" 1986 Grammy Award (NARAS).

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