Perry Como ~ We Get Letters 1957

Angry

Music by Henry Brunies and Jules Cassard with lyrics by Dudley Mecum, 1925 
Melrose Music Co.
 
With "Como's Little Combo" a section of Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
and Abraham Richman, Tenor Sax Solo
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio 3, 155 East 24th Street, New York City
A&R Producer: Ed O. Welker 
Recording Engineer: not listed
Final Recording Time 2:18
 
Recorded February 12, 1957  ~ Matrix No. H2PB 1541 Take 2
Lyrics
Leader: Mitchell Ayres 
Contractor: Henry "Hank" Ross ( Sax )
Trumpet ~ Mel Davis
Sax ~ Abraham Richman 
Piano ~ Henry Rowland 
Guitar ~ Danny Perri
Guitar ~ Anthony "Tony" Mottola 
Bass ~ Jack Lasberg 
Drums ~ Terry Snyder 
 
. . . a cross-section of the requests that Perry Como sings on his weekly TV show. The style is relaxed, the backgrounds
( by a section of the Mitchell Ayres' orchestra known during the recording sessions as "Como's Little Combo" )
are light and easy, and Perry's singing is, as always, superb.
 
Notes: ~ this song was first recorded by the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Jelly Roll Morton on piano (Gennett), 1923.
Popularized by Ted Lewis and His Orchestra (Columbia) and pianist Art Gillham (Columbia). It was revived by Tiny Hill
and his Orchestra in 1939, who recorded it (Vocalion) and used it as his theme song. Kay Starr had a popular recording
of this song in 1951 with Dave Cavanaugh's Orchestra on the Capitol label.
 
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