Somebody Loves Me - UK

Romantic Songs
~ from the Como Collection

         Side One

Kiss Me And Kiss Me And Kiss Me ( Tre Volte Baciami )originally recorded in real stereo
~  a popular  single for Perry from January, 1959, and flip side to "Tomboy"
Original music by Luciano Beretta with Italian lyrics by Arturo Casadei
English lyrics Al Hoffman and Dick Manning
Here's To My Lady
~  a popular  single for Perry from September, 1951, and flip side to "If Wishes Were Kisses"
Music by Rube Bloom and lyrics by Johnny Mercer, 1951
You'll Always Be My Lifetime Sweetheart
~  a popular single for Perry from January, 1955, and flip side to "Ko-Ko-Mo ( I Love You So )"
Music by Robert "Bobby" Day with lyrics by Johnny Burke ( under the pseudonym K.C. Rogan )
Arranged by Joe Reisman
Carolina Moon
~ recorded in July, 1947, and released as a flip side to "Haunted Heart" in 1948
also included within one of Perry's first album compilations "A Sentimental Date"
Music by Joe Burke and lyrics by Benny Davis , 1929
Somebody Loves Me
~ recorded in June, 1956, and released within Perry's 1957 album "We Get Letters"
this song was featured in the 1955 film "Pete Kelly's Blues"
Music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and B.G. DeSylva, 1924

         Side Two

Juke Box Baby
~  a popular double charted single for Perry from February, 1956, and flip side to "Hot Diggity ( Dog Ziggity Boom )"
Music by Joe Sherman and lyrics Noel Sherman, 1956
Arranged by Joe Reisman
Mandolins In The Moonlightoriginally recorded in real stereo
~  a popular double charted single for Perry from September, 1958, and flip side to "Love Makes The World Go 'Round"
Words and Music by George Weiss and Aaron Schroeder
Arranged by Joe Reisman
I Knowreal stereo~ real stereo
~  a popular charted single for Perry from May, 1959, with flip side "You Are In Love"
Words and Music by Carl Stutz and Edith Lindeman
Island of Forgotten Loversreal stereo~ real stereo
~  a popular flip side from Perry's 1962 single "Caterina"
Words and Music by Dick Manning and Kay Twomey
That Old Gang of Mine
~  a single release from January, 1951, with flip side "I Found a Million Dollar Baby ( In a Five and Ten Cent Store ) "
featured in the Stage musical "Ziegfield Follies of 1923"
Music by Ray Henderson and lyrics by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon
originally recorded in real stereo~ released here in real stereo
originally recorded in real stereo~ recorded in real stereo but released here in simulated stereo from monaural
originally recorded in real stereo ~ Within the UK version of this album the song "Moonlight Love" was substituted
           with "Kiss Me and Kiss Me and Kiss Me" for copyright reasons peculiar to the UK.
Somebody Loves Me - UK
Somebody Loves Me - UK
Compiled in 1972 by RCA LTD (UK) for ~ 
Pickwick International Inc. (GB) Ltd 
Victoria Works, Edgeware Road, London, England
From the 1965 RCA Camden (US) LP masters "Somebody Loves Me"
Matrix Nos. RCRS-7115/16 1-S excluding "Moonlight Love"
With Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra except "Carolina Moon"
and Lloyd Shaffer and His Orchestra
Vocal accompaniment by The Ray Charles Singers
Electronically Reprocessed Stereo except 2 tracks in real stereo
US Remastering by Don Miller ~ UK Remastering unknown

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