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DISC: 1

1. A Blossom Fell - Tony Bennett
2. Something's Gotta Give - Tony Bennett
3. Heart - Tony Bennett
4. Whatever Lola Wants - Tony Bennett
5. Melodie D'amour - Ames Brothers
6. Fascination - Ames Brothers
7. Sayonara - Ames Brothers
8. Around the World - Ames Brothers
9. If I Give My Heart to You - Nat King Cole 1
10. Hold My Hand - Nat King Cole / Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra 1
11. Papa Loves Mambo - Nat King Cole 1
12. Teach Me Tonight - Nat King Cole 1
13. Pete Kelly's Blues - Ray Anthony and His Orchestra 1
14. Sound Off! - Ray Anthony and His Orchestra 1
15. Dragnet - Ray Anthony and His Orchestra 1
16. Gunsmoke - Ray Anthony and His Orchestra 1
17. 'Round and 'Round - the Four Lads 1
18. Ring-A-Ding-A-Ding - the Four Lads 1
19. I'm Stickin' with You - the Four Lads 2
20. Gone - the Four Lads 2
21. And This Is My Beloved - Eddie Fisher 2
22. Alone Too Long - Eddie Fisher 2
23. Lazy Afternoon - Eddie Fisher 2
24. Lost in Loveliness - Eddie Fisher 2
25. That's the Chance You Take - Eddie Fisher 2
26. Near to You - Eddie Fisher

More Info:

Part 1 of "Straight Out of the '50s" featuring six of the most popular male acts of the 1950s! Major hit songs of the era of rare EP (Extended Play) performances including "Whatever Lola Wants", "Papa Loves Mambo", "Fascination" and "Round and Round". Dynamic Tony Bennett, fabulous song interpreter Nat King Cole, mega-star Eddie Fisher... in their heyday. Trumpeter, band leader Ray Anthony, at his best with dynamic themes! Powerful harmonies of the legendary Ames Brothers & Four Lads! Four Broadway favorites from 1953 featuring Fisher with the wonderful Hugo Winterhalter backing!