You Made Me Love You ( I Didn't Want to Do It ) Perry Como ~ Mr. Saturday Night!
~ featured in the 1955 Hollywood musical "Love Me or Leave Me"
Music by James V. Monaco and lyrics by Joseph McCarthy , 1913 
Broadway Music Corp.
Recorded in medley with:
"I May Be Wrong" / "Like Someone In Love" / "Vaya Con Dios"
Arranged by Jack Andrews
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
and the Ray Charles Singers
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio A , 155 E. 24th Street, New York City
This Song Recording Time 2:04 ( Full Medley Recording Time 10:21 )
Recorded March 6th, 1958   ~   Matrix No. J2PB-1898 Take 1
March 6, 1958 
A&R Joe Reisman
Leader: Mitchell Ayres
Contractor: Henry "Hank" Ross
Sax ~ Harry Terrill
Sax ~ Bernard Kaufman
Sax ~ Abraham Richman
Sax ~ Stanley Webb 
Sax ~ Philip Zolkind 
Violin ~ Sylvan Shulman 
Violin ~ Raoul Poliakin 
Violin ~ Jack Zayde 
Violin ~ Tosha Samaroff 
Violin ~ Mac Ceppos 
Violin ~ Felix Orlewitz  
Violin ~ Max Hollander 
Violin ~ Harry Melnikoff 
Violin ~ Samuel Rand 
Violin ~ Harry Glickman 
Violin ~ Fred Buldrini 
Violin ~ Maurice Hershaft 
Viola ~ Isadore Zir 
Viola ~ Howard Kay 
Viola ~ Leon Frengut 
Cello ~ Maurice Brown 
Cello ~ Lucien Schmit 
Cello ~ Harvey Shapiro
Piano ~ Henry Rowland
Guitar ~ Anthony Mottola
Guitar ~ Danny Perri 
Drums ~ Don Lamond 
Drums ~ Philip Kraus
Drums ~ Jack Saunders
Bass ~ Robert Haggart
Harp ~ Gloria Agostini
Organ ~ Mel Wechsler

Saturday Night With Mr. C. - LSP-1971

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With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra
& The Ray Charles Singers
Arrangement by  Jack Andrews
Recorded February 12 ~ 20 & March 5 ~ 12, 1958
Produced by Joe Reisman
Recording Engineer: Bob Simpson
Notes: ~ Doris Day, as Ruth Etting, sang this song in the 1955 Hollywood musical "Love Me of Leave Me"
but it was a big hit for Al Jolson in 1913 and became a staple of his Winter Garden performances and
generally associated with the artist ever after. Judy Garland sang it in the musical "The Broadway Melody of '38"
in which she sang it to a photograph of Clark Gable. Her version "Dear Mr. Gable" was recorded for Decca following
that. Harry James had a big hit with it in 1941 and Jolson sang it on the soundtrack of "The Jolson Story" in 1946
which was then used in a montage in "Jolson Sings Again" in 1949. The song was also heard in "Syncopation"
in 1942 and "Private Buckaroo" in 1945.

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