You'll Never Walk Alone is a Columbia Records album number CS 8704, recorded by Doris Day with Jim Harbert's Orchestra. It was released on September 17, 1962. It contains mostly songs of a religious or spiritual nature. On April 23, 2007 it was released, together with Hooray for Hollywood, Volume I, as a compact disc by Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Crying is an album released in 1962 by Roy Orbison. It was his second album on the Monument Record label. The album name comes from the 1961 hit song of the same name that in 2002 was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award. In 2004, the song ranked #69 on Rolling Stone Magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time".
Roses Are Red was Bobby Vinton's third studio album, released in 1962. After Vinton's hit "Roses Are Red (My Love)" reached No. 1 (and saved Vinton from being fired from Epic Records), the eponymous album was released and made its way up to No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 200. Shortly after the success of the song and album, Epic renewed Vinton's contract but changed his artist title from a bandleader to a solo artist.
And Then I Wrote is the first album by country singer Willie Nelson, recorded in 1962. It was his first release in the 1960s and 20th century. Although "Crazy" was written for Patsy Cline, it is included on this album.
Once Upon a Time is an album recorded by The Lettermen. It was released in 1962. This album, combined with their debut A Song for Young Love, was remastered and put out on CD.
Bob Dylan is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody".
Moon River and Other Great Movie Themes is an album by American pop singer Andy Williams that was released in 1962 by Columbia Records. It made its first appearance on Billboard magazine's Top LP's chart in the issue dated May 12 of that year and remained on the album chart for 176 weeks (the longest chart run of any of his albums), peaking at number 3.
Hymns from the Heart is the twelfth album and the second gospel album of singer Johnny Cash, released in 1962 (see 1962 in music). It features a selection of gospel songs, and is the second album of this type released by Cash, the first being Hymns by Johnny Cash. Cash would go on to record many more gospel albums, including Sings Precious Memories and Believe in Him, among others. This album has a more traditional hymn/gospel feel than Cash's previous Hymns album.
Out Of The Shadows is a 1962 rock album by British group The Shadows. It was their second album.
Shelley! is the self-titled debut pop album by singer and actress Shelley Fabares released in 1962 on Colpix Records. It was available in both mono and stereo, catalogue numbers CP-426 and SCP-426. The album was produced and arranged by Stu Phillips and was recorded at United Western Recorders in Hollywood, California. Shelley! peaked on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart at #106 in July 1962. The album also spawned the number one hit single, "Johnny Angel" in April 1962 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Shelley! features a guest appearance by Paul Petersen on the track "Very Unlikely". The backup vocals were performed by the girl group The Blossoms.
Cha Cha de Amor is an album consisting of the last tracks recorded by Dean Martin for Capitol Records, released in 1962. After recording these sessions, Martin joined Frank Sinatra's Reprise Records label. This album's songs were recorded between December 18th and December 20th of 1961. Cha Cha de Amor was released on November 5, 1962 (see 1962 in music). The backing orchestra was conducted and arranged by Nelson Riddle. The album consists of twelve songs built upon an "authentic Afro-Cuban rhythm section."
Homecoming in Heaven is an album by American country music artist George Jones. It was released in 1962 on the United Artists record label.
Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music is a studio album by American recording artist Ray Charles, released in April 1962 on ABC-Paramount Records. Recording sessions for the album took place in early to mid-February 1962 at Capitol Studios in New York City and at United Recording Studios in Hollywood. Production was handled entirely by Charles and renowned conductor Sid Feller. A departure from Charles's previous work, the album features country, folk, and Western music standards covered and redone by Charles in popular song forms of the time, including rhythm and blues, pop, and jazz.
Duet was a collaborative album by Doris Day and the André Previn trio, with songs arranged by Previn. The album was issued by Columbia Records (8552) in both monaural (catalog number CL-1752) and stereophonic (catalog number CS-8552) versions on February 22, 1962.
You're for Me is an album by American country music artist Buck Owens, released in 1962.
Dedicated to You is a 1961 album by Ray Charles. Originally released in January 1961 the album collects Charles' musical love notes to twelve very special women, by name.
Whispering Hope is a 1962 album by Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae.
Rapture is the seventeenth album released by Johnny Mathis. It is his fourteenth original studio album with three compilations of hit singles having been released by him at this point.
Big Band Bossa Nova is a 1962 bossa nova album by American impresario, jazz composer, trumpeter, arranger and record producer Quincy Jones and his band. It features the popular "Soul Bossa Nova" that was used as theme music in the Austin Powers films. The title Big Band Bossa Nova was also used for three other 1962 albums, by Stan Getz, Oscar Castro-Neves and Enoch Light.
Jayne Mansfield Busts Up Las Vegas is a novelty album featuring actress, model and Playmate Jayne Mansfield published in 1962 by 20th Century Fox. It was a recording of her show "The House of Love" in Dunes Hotel and Casino. Other artists in the album are Arthur Blake (voice) Mickey Hargitay (commentary), The Bill Reddie Orchestra (orchestra), Bill Reddie (conductor)
32 Minutes and 17 Seconds with Cliff Richard is the sixth studio album of Cliff Richard and was released in 1962. It reached #3 on the UK Albums Chart.
The Electrifying Aretha Franklin is the third studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin, Released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. The album which also known under its working title The Incomparable Aretha Franklin, was recorded at Columbia Recording Studios 799, Seventh Avenue, New York. It was produced by John Hammond and arranged by Richard Wess.
All Aboard the Blue Train is the fourteenth album by singer Johnny Cash. It was originally released on 15 November 1962 by his first label, Sun, and later re-issued in 2003 under the label Varèse Sarabande, with six bonus tracks. In 1962 Johnny Cash had already signed with Columbia Records, but Sun was still cashing in on him by releasing this album with 12 prior released tracks.
Connie Francis sings Fun Songs For Children is a studio album of children's songs recorded by American pop singer Connie Francis. It is one of the few U. S. albums by Connie Francis to be released exclusively in mono. All songs were co-written by George Goehring who had provided Francis earlier that year with one of her biggest hits, Lipstick On Your Collar.
Sentimentally Yours is the third studio album by American country music singer, Patsy Cline, released August 7, 1962. The album was the final studio album Cline would record before her death in a plane crash less than a year later.
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