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Patti Page with Pete Rugolo and His Orchestra

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Patti Page

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2010
Views: 808

Track Listing

Nevertheless: Out Of Nowhere; The Lady Is A Tramp; The Thrill Is Gone; A Foggy Day; Mountain Greenery; I've Got My Eyes On You; My Kinda Love; I Didn t Know About You; My Sin; Taking A Chance On Love; Love For Sale; No Moon At All; I'm Glad There Is You; Nice Work If You Can Get It; I Never Knew; The Masquerade Is Over; What Am I Here For?; Let There Be Love; Gone With The Wind; They All Be Laughed; I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan; Here I'll Stay; Lullaby In Rhythm.

Personnel

Patti Page
Patti Page

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Pete Rugolo: arranger; Marty Paich: arranger; Bill Holman: arranger; Shorty Rogers: arranger; Maynard Ferguson: trumpet; Don Fagerquist: trumpet; Pete Candoli: trumpet; Buddy Childers: trumpet; Chico Alvarez: trumpet; Bud Shank: alto saxophone; Buddy Collette: alto saxophone; Georgie Auld: tenor saxophone; Ted Nash: tenor saxophone; Dave Pell: saxophone; Paul Horn: woodwind; Bob Cooper: woodwind; J. J. Johnson: trombone; Kai Winding: trombone; Frank Rosolino: trombone; Milt Bernhart: trombone; John Graas: French horn; Jimmy Rowles: piano; Howard Roberts: guitar; Larry Bunker: percussion; Alvin Stoller: percussion; Red Mitchell: bass.


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