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|Connie Francis||Primary Artist|
|Oscar Hammerstein II||Composer|
|John D. Loudermilk||Composer|
|Ron Roberts||Liner Notes|
Posted June 4, 2012
I have been a Connie Francis fan since I first heard her on the radio singing "Who's Sorry Now" and have followed her career ever since, purchasing all her records as soon as they hit the stores. She recorded both these albums when she was four or five years into her careet and her voice was never better or more powerful. She recorded "Never On Sunday" after appearing on the Academy Awards program singing this song which won the Oscar that year. She has compiled a collection of Oscar nominated songs that would satisfy the taste on any Connie Fan. "Songs To A Swinging Band" has a mellow side and a more upbeat side of standards like "Swanee" and Rock A Bye Your Baby". There is an additional 3 songs that were never on either album, but released as singles. Having both these albums on one CD is a great value and added treasure to any true Connie Fan.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.