There is a sequence on the Perry Como show which has become one of the great traditions of television. This is the moment when Perry settles down on a stool in front of an unadorned mike and a music stand with the famous rose-inthe-vase trademark—and just sings. The clowning, the action, the dancing of this wonderful show stops and Perry is alone—with you.
What happens after that is pure Perry—the softness, the nostalgia of the tenderest love ballads delivered in the style that long ago became a legend in American music.
This is the mood of this entire album except the opening bands of each side. Here again, in the tradition of television, Perry opens the show brightly with the flashing novelties Caterina and Delaware.
But after this, settle down to an evening of lovely listening— vintage tunes, vintage Como: the best combination you've ever heard.
Copyright 1963, Radio Corporation of America
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