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A Golden Dozen

Various Artists

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33VCSP 181

Columbia...CSP 181...XTV 95597...33 1/3 LP...Stereo

Side 1
1) On The Street Where You Live - Not Given...NTG
2) Fly Me To The Moon - Not Given...NTG
3) Moon River - Not Given...NTG
4) The Sweetest Sounds - Not Given...NTG
5) Never On Sunday - Not Given...NTG
6) What Kind Of Fool Am I? - Not Given...NTG

Side 2
1) Blue Velvet - Not Given...NTG
2) My Coloring Book - Not Given...NTG
3) Stranger In Paradise - Not Given...NTG
4) I left My Heart In San Francisco - Not Given...NTG
5) Wives And Lover - Not Given...NTG
6) Mack The Knife - Not Given...NTG

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Limited Edition Collector´s Album

Hit Tunes That Sold Over a Million...
A Service of Columbia Records

1) On The Street Where You Live - Vic Damone
2) Fly Me To The Moon - Patti Page
3) Moon River - Bobby Hackett
4) The Sweetest Sounds - Eydie Gorme
5) Neven On Sunday - Percy Faith
6) What Kind Of Fool Am I? - Robert Goulet

1) Blue Velvet - Bobby Vinton
2) My Coloring Book - Barbra Streisand
3) Stranger In Paradise - Tony Bennett
4) I left My Heart In San Francisco - Gordon Jenkins
5) Wives And Lover - Steve Lawrence
6) Mack The Knife - Louis Armstong

A GOLDEN DOZEN songs-and A GOLDEN DOZEN artists to erform them. This unique album offers many of today´s finest vocalists and orchestral forces in a relaxing and stimulating colsction of songs ranging from Broadway ballads and hit songs from Hollywood to evergreen standards.Vocalist Vic Damone gets things off to a romantic start with in the Street Where You Live, the heart-on-sleeve ballad from My Fair Lady." Two "moon tunes" follow; first, the haunting Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) sung by a great lady of song, Patti Page; then, ace horn player Bobby Hackett produces golden sounds in his version of Moon River, Academy Award-winner from "Breakfast at Tiffany´s." Back to Broadway as the superb song stylist Eydie Gorme tells us in Richard Rodgers´ words and music all about The Sweetest Sounds, from the musical hit "No Strings." Percy Faith and his orchestra provide another Oscar winner next in the infectiously rhythmic title tune from "Never on Sunday." And handsomely virile Robert Goulet concludes the side with What Kind of Fool Am I?, a robust ballad from the London-Broadway success "Stop the World-I Want to Get Off."Opening Side Two, Bobby Vinton sings Blue Velvet, a song that might well describe Bobby´s own vocal endowment. Barbra Streisand, the enormously gifted young lady who leapt to stardom overnight in the Broadway smash "Funny Girl," here sings one of the songs that lifted her to fame, My Coloring Book. Although the musical "Kismet" delighted stage and motion picture audiences a few seasons back, Stranger in Paradise has found its way from the show into the repertoires of most leading male vocalists. Here, Tony Bennett sings the exotic ballad in his celebrated manner. While Tony made the next song famous as a vehicle for his vocal talents, Gordon Jenkins and his orchestra bring another, no less appealing, approach to I Left My Heart In San Francisco. Steve Lawrence sings the unusually perceptive lyrics to the film tune Wives and Lovers, and the album concludes on an exuberant note as Louis Armstrong sings in his irresistible way a Kurt Weill tune from "The Threepenny Opera," Mack the Knife.

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