Como Swings original album

Como Swings - 1959 Stereo LP

Dear Hearts and Gentle People

Music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Bob Hilliard , 1950 
E.H. Morris & Co. ASCAP
1st recording 1959 ~
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
Arrangements by Joe Lipman and Jack Andrews
Produced by Charles Grean and Lee Schapiro
Recorded in RCA Victor's Studio A, New York City
Recording Engineer: Bob Simpson
Final Recording Time 2:48
Recorded April 23rd, 1959   ~  Matrix No. K2PB-2332 Take 5
April 23, 1959 
Produced by Charles Grean and Lee Schapiro
Leader: Mitchell Ayres
Contractor: Henry "Hank" Ross
Trumpet ~ James Maxwell
Trumpet ~ John Lawson 
Trombone ~ Robert Byrne 
Trombone ~ Robert Alexander 
Trombone ~ John D'agostino 
Trombone ~ Chauncey Welsch 
Trombone ~ Urban Green 
Trombone ~ Richard Hixon 
Sax ~ Bernard Kaufman
Sax ~ Abraham Richman 
Sax ~ Stanley Webb 
Piano ~ Henry Rowland
Guitar ~ Anthony "Tony" Mottola 
Guitar ~ Danny Perri 
Drums ~ Terry Snyder 
Drums ~ Sol Gubin 
Bass ~ Robert Haggart 
Tuba ~ Don Butterfield


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Notes: ~ the title of this song was derived from a note in Stephen Foster's handwriting
found in his pocket after his death. Popular recordings by Bing Crosby (Decca),
Dinah Shore (Columbia) and Gordon MacRae (Capitol). The song was on
"Your Hit Parade" for fifteen weeks.

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