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The Best of Irving Berlin's Songs from Mr. President

Mr. President
Greatest hits album by Perry Como
Released 1962
Recorded November 1962
Genre Vocal
Label RCA Victor
Producer Hugo & Luigi
Perry Como chronology
By Request (1961) The Best of Irving Berlin's Songs from Mr. President
(1962)
The Songs I Love (1963)

The Best of Irving Berlin's Songs from Mr. President was Perry Como's Tenth RCA Victor 12" long-play album .[1]

In this LP Perry Como recreates Irving Berlin's popular Broadway musical, Mr. President. He is joined by members of his "Kraft Music Hall" TV family, Kaye Ballard, Sandy Stewart and the Ray Charles Singers.

Track listing

Side One

  1. Opening
  2. "It Gets Lonely In The White House"
  3. "The First Lady"
  4. "In Our Hide-Away"
  5. "The Secret Service"
  6. "Pigtails & Freckles"
  7. "Is He the Only Man in the World?"

Side Two

  1. "Is She the Only Girl in the World?"
  2. "They Love Me"
  3. "I'm Gonna Get Him"
  4. "Glad to Be Home"
  5. "Song for Belly Dancer"
  6. "Empty Pockets Filled With Love"
  7. Finale: "This Is a Great Country"

All words and music by Irving Berlin.

References

  1. ^

External links

  • Perry Como Discography
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