As You Desire Me (Jo Stafford album)

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As You Desire Me
Studio album by Jo Stafford
Released 1952
Recorded December 10, 1951–February 19, 1952
Genre Traditional Pop
Label Columbia
Jo Stafford chronology
Songs of Faith As You Desire Me
(1952)
Broadway's Best
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

As You Desire Me was an album by Jo Stafford, released by Columbia Records as a 10" long-playing record (catalog number CL-6210), a box set of 45-rpm records (catalog number 39720), and a two-EP set (catalog number B 298), in 1952.

Track number Song Songwriter(s) Recording date
1 "As You Desire Me" Allie Wrubel February 19, 1952
2 "Don't Worry 'bout Me" Rube Bloom/Ted Koehler December 10, 1951
3 "Something to Remember You By" Arthur Schwartz/Howard Dietz January 18, 1952
4 "Spring Is Here" Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart February 19, 1952
5 "Easy Come, Easy Go" Edward Heyman/John W. Green December 10, 1951
6 "September in the Rain" Harry Warren/Al Dubin January 18, 1952
7 "Blue Moon" Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart February 19, 1952
8 "I'm in the Mood for Love" Jimmy McHugh/Dorothy Fields January 18, 1952

References[edit]

  1. ^ As You Desire Me (Jo Stafford album) at AllMusic. Retrieved 30 August 2011.

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