Juke Box Baby
Perry Como rocks! Como would have been aghast at the notion, but in the mid-to-late 1950s (when his TV show was the highest-rated show in the USA), he recorded a slew of singles that weren't really Rock 'n' Roll, but definitely rocked. These immaculately written, produced and sung records are now heralded as some of the era's classics, including "Kewpie Doll", "Round And Round", "Ko Ko Mo", "Tina Marie", "Hot Diggity", "Catch a Falling Star", "Magic Moments, "Juke Box Baby", "Glendora, Dancin'" and "Just Born to Be Your Baby". Those songs featured the era's top songwriters like Burt Bacharach, Leiber & Stoller and Luther Dixon and accounted for millions of records sold. Now they're joined by a selection of Como's other up tempo songs from 1945's "Hubba Hubba (Dig You Later)" to early '60s hits like "Delaware" and "Caterina". in between, there are even more classics like "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" (the biggest-selling record of 1953!).