Original RCA Recording
You Won't Be Satisfied Perry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!
( Until You Break My Heart )
Words and Music by Freddy James and Larry Stock, 1946
Chappell & Co., Inc. ~ ASCAP
With the Orchestra of Russ Case
and The Satisfyers ( The Satisfiers )
Produced by Eli Oberstein and Herb Hendler
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio 2, New York City
Recording Time 2:13
Recorded October 17, 1945   ~   Matrix No. D5VB-681 Take 1 - 1A
Single release: RCA-78RPM-20-1788-A
Single Flip Side: "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows"
US Chart Position No. 5

Sings Just For You ~ 1958

Notes: ~ The composers listed on the original record label are Freddy James and Larry Stock but
other references to this song list Teddy Powell in place of James. Teddy Powell was the co-writer for
"Goodnight, Sweet Dreams, Goodnight" which Mr. Como recorded with Ted Weems for Decca on
February 22, 1938. "You Won't Be Satisfied" was released 1n 1945 but became a hit in 1946 with
recordings by Les Brown ( vocal by Doris Day ) on Columbia, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
with Bob Haggart's Orchestra on Decca, and for Perry Como with The Satisfyers on Victor charting to
No. 5. Note the spelling of "The Satisfyers" as written on the Victor label which later came
to be written as "The Satisfiers."

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