Connie Francis , born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero (Newark, December 12, 1938) is an American singer, who was successful in the 50s and 60s, with songs like Stupid Cupid, Who’s Sorry Now, Frankie and Where The Boys Are, among others , And also with themes in Italian.
Connie Francis – Sing Along With Connie Francis (LP Mati-Mor Superecords – 8002, 1961).
Produtor – Jerry Deutsch, Lee G. Matison.
This Connie Francis album , ” Sing Along With Connie Francis, ” was released in 1961 but not by its usual publisher, MGM. The LP was part of an advertising campaign of a well-known hair products company. The songs included in the LP are very Connie-style, of which stand out, “The Good Old Summertime” and “Auld Lang Syne”.
In this LP, Connie is accompanied by the group The Jordanaires, with conducting orchestra by Joe Mele.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1 Sing Along
A2 Home On The Range
A3 My Wild Irish Rose
A4 I Love You Truly
A5 Tavern In The Town
B1 And The Band Played On
B2 You Tell Me Your Dream
B3 Down In The Valley
B4 In The Good Old Summertime
B5 Auld Lang Syne
Musicians Stakeholders / Personnel:
Connie Francis – Voice
The Jordanaires – Tracking
Cliff Parman – Arrangements
Joe Mele – Conducting Orchestra