Perry Como sings the Good Times, his voice really touches the heart in such a profound way, that he leaves an imprint. And so his voice travels on, with so m The song was adapted in by Sid Wayne who wrote English lyrics set to the Recorded in I am dedicating this lovely song to my cousin who is f An early performance. Description This video is for my friend Karen BeatlesGirl. I recorded this on Get TV Last night and edited out my favorite parts of the show. In a day or tw Bing Crosby once described Perry Como as "the man who invented casual.
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In a singing and sometimes acting career that spanned over six decades, the name Perry Como has come to mean that warm, smooth, easy-listening, general-audience, slow-flame romance that characterized popular music in the s, '50s and '60s. It has also come to represent an overall good feeling. Telling of the success of the appeal of that good feeling early on in his career, during just a single week in the s, the music industry pressed and sold 4 million Como records. In the s, 11 of his singles sold well over 1 million copies each. In more than six decades of singing, his records sold more than million copies; 27 individual prints reached the million-record mark. Christened Pierino Como in Canonsburg, Pa.
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