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(2005) Naxos Nostalgia CD: 8120803 — While We're Young: Original Recordings 1950-1955 (2006) Proper CD: PROPERBOX 121 — Young Tony (2007) Columbia LP 12" (Mono): CL 1292 — Blue Velvet (1959) Columbia 78: 39745 (1952) Columbia 45: 4-39745 (1952) Columbia LP 10": CL 2507 — Alone At Last (1955) ASV/Living Era CD: 5512 — Take My Hand...

Brown, Al Freistat, Bernard Kaufman (r), Jimmy Abato (as, cl), Art Ryerson (g), Frank Carroll (b), Stan Freeman (p), F.

Brieff (vc, vn), Richard Dickler, Frank Miller (vc), Terry Snyder (d), Samuel Carmell, Emanuel Green, George Ockner, A. Green, Milton Lomask, George Ockner, Julius Schachter (vn), Sidney Brecher, Richard Dickler (vl), Tony Bennett (v) Columbia 78: 39449 (1951) Columbia 45: 4-39449 (1951) Columbia LP 10": CL 6221 — Because Of You (1952) Blue Jackel CD: 8427328030137 — Blue Velvet and Other Early Hits (2000) Blue Moon CD: BMCD 8001 — Blue Velvet and Other Early Hits [Spain] (2001) Solo CD: 1214 — Blue Velvet And Other Early Hits (2004) Blue Moon CD: BMCD 3013 — Blue Velvet And Other Early Hits [Spain] (2004) ASV/Living Era CD: 5512 — Take My Hand...

Anthony Bennedetto's first known recording used his first stage name, Joe Bari, before Bob Hope helped him to devise the more natural "Tony Bennett." Both songs were issued on a 78 (number unknown) issued by Leslie Records, a firm owned by George Simon, who also wrote the second song.

According to the 1968 profile of Tony Bennett in Billboard, the only known copy of this disc literally disintegrated at some point in the 1960s.

B-side clean except for pressing defect that caused one jump towards end of song on my turntable. Check out the two best songs here Styrene vs Vinyl: most US 45s on Columbia, Epic, Date, Mercury, Fontana, Challenge, Wand, Golden Crest, Bell, Mala & Amy are styrene, not vinyl.

Great A-side, ask for audio clips Rare EP from Beograd, Yugoslavia! Pressings done at Monarch in California are styrene.

(2005) It's not known if any musicians were present on this date or if Bennett was simply singing on top of previously-recorded instrumental backings. This session, April 20, isn't listed in any of Columbia's paperwork, quite possibly because "tracking" (or overdubbing) wasn't permitted by the musician's union at this time.

(Note that this was the same month that Sinatra recorded his all-overdubbed album with Mitch Miller.) New York Tony Bennett (ldr), Percy Faith (con), Russell Banzer, Stan Fargason, Ron Odrich (r), Hymie Schertzer (as, cl), Dan Perri (g), Bob Haggart (b), Dennis Vaughan (p), Nick Tagg (or), R.

This was the legendary "Tony Bennett demo disc" which inspired Mitch Miller to sign Bennett to Columbia Records. Carroll, Robert Cusamano, Marvin 'Red' Solomon (t), Larry Altpeter, Jimmy Satterfield (tb), Art Ryerson (g), Frank Carroll (b), Stan Freeman (p), Terry Snyder (d), Louis Gabowitz, Dave Kulinyi, Milton Lomask, Dave Novales, George Ockner (vn), Tony Bennett (v) Columbia LP 12": CL 2550 — Because Of You (1956) Columbia CD: CSK 4083 — Forty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett (Promo) (1991) Columbia CD: C4K 46843 — Forty Years - The Artistry Of Tony Bennett (1991) CBS/Sony CD: SRCS-6641 — Forty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett (1993) Smithsonian CD: RD 048-14 — American Songbook Series: Harry Warren (1995) Smithsonian Collection CD: 4814 — American Songbook Series: Harry Warren (1995) Smithsonian Collection CD: A 23951 — American Songbook Series: Harry Warren (1995) Columbia/Legacy CD: C5K 92784 — Fifty Years: The Artistry of Tony Bennett (2004) Proper CD: PROPERBOX 121 — Young Tony (2007) Columbia 78: 38856 (1950) Columbia 78: 39187 (1951) Columbia 45: 4-39187 (1951) Blue Jackel CD: 8427328030137 — Blue Velvet and Other Early Hits (2000) Blue Moon CD: BMCD 8001 — Blue Velvet and Other Early Hits [Spain] (2001) Solo CD: 1214 — Blue Velvet And Other Early Hits (2004) Blue Moon CD: BMCD 3013 — Blue Velvet And Other Early Hits [Spain] (2004) Proper CD: PROPERBOX 121 — Young Tony (2007) The Columbia session sheets state that Bennett recorded all four tunes on this date.

According to the late Tony Tamburello, several copies of the 78 rpm demo (never officially issued) existed into the 1990s, possibly among Mr. CBS 30th Street Studio, New York, NY Tony Bennett (ldr), Marty Manning (con), E. However, the playback acetates from the session indicate that BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS and I WANNA BE LOVED were attempted on April 17, 1950, but actually finished on April 20.

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