Perry Como

The Nashville Songs

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A Hatchet, A Hammer, A Bucket of Nails

A Point of ViewPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Ahora Que Soy Libre ( I Want To Give )Perry's "Unreleased" recordings

And I Love You So


Beady Eyed Buzzard

Bummin' Around

Bye Bye Little GirlPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Deep In Your Heart

Dream On Little Dreamer

For the Good Times

Funny How Time Slips Away

Give Myself a Party

Good Friends and FireplacesPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

The Grass Keeps Right On Growin'

Gringo's Guitar

Happy Man

He Couldn't Love You MorePerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Hearts Will Be Hearts

Here Comes My Baby  ( Back Again )

Here, There and Everywhere

I Believe in Music

I Really Don't Want to Know

I Thought About You

I Want To Give

If I Had Never Loved YouPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

I'll Take My Chances With You Perry's "Unreleased" recordings

It All Seems To Fall Into Line

It Was Such a Good DayPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

I've Loved You All Over the WorldPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Just Out of Reach

Killing Me Softly With Her Song

Let It Be Love

Let Me Call You Baby Tonight

Let's Do It Again

Love Don't Care  ( Where It Grows )

Love Looks So Good On You

Love Put A Song In My Heart

Loving Her Was Easier

Make Love To Life

Meet Me At The AltarPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

My Own Peculiar Way

Nobody But You

Oowee, Oowee

Reach Out Your HandPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Roamin' Through the Countryside Perry's "Unreleased" recordings


Sing ( Sing a Song )

SomehowPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Stand Beside Me

The Summer Wind

Sunshine Wine

Sweet Adorable You

Take a Look at MePerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Take Me HomePerry's "Unreleased" recordings

That Ain't All

That's All This Old World Needs

Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree

Tomorrow's Good Old DaysPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Turn The World AroundPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Walk Right Back

Welcome HomePerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Where Does a Little Tear Come From ?

Without Your LovePerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Woman Of The WorldPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Wonderful Baby

World of Dreams

Wrong RainbowPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Yellow Beach UmbrellaPerry's "Unreleased" recordings

Yo Te Quiero Asi ( And I Love You So ) Perry's "Unreleased" recordings

You Made It That Way ( Watermelon Summer )

Perry's "Unreleased" recordingsunreleased songs

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Perry recorded more than 70 songs in Nashville between 1965 and 1975 which included three full albums, one New York/Nashville collaboration, and 23 unreleased tracks. Perry's first Nashville album "The Scene Changes" was a unique collaboration with Chet Atkins, Anita Kerr and a veritable who's who of well known Nashville musicians coming together in a recording session inspired and shepherded by well known RCA executive Steve Sholes. Perry recorded several follow-up songs during the summer of 1965 but for some reason these sessions didn't result in an album release. He retained his Nashville connections throughout the remainder of the 60s with moderate success, but his next giant hit came in 1973 with his well-known rendition of Don McLean's "And I Love You" and a Gold Record to match. His final recording project in Nashville involved a number of recording sessions throughout 1975 which resulted in an album titled "Just Out of Reach".  There still remain a large number of unreleased recordings from both the 1973 and 1975 Nashville recording sessions.

The Scene Changes ~ Perry Goes to Nashville 1965And I Love You So ~ original albumJust Out Of Reach ~ American Jacket 1975Just Out of Reach ~ original UK album

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