In the Land of Hi-Fi (Patti Page album)

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In the Land of Hi-Fi
Studio album by Patti Page
Released 1956
Recorded May 7–8, 1956
Genre Pop
Length 27:32
Label EmArcy MG-36074 (mono)
SR-80000 (stereo)
Producer Bob Shad
Patti Page chronology
I'll Remember April
(1956)
In the Land of Hi-Fi
(1956)
Manhattan Tower
(1956)
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In the Land of Hi-Fi was a Patti Page album issued by Mercury Records on its EmArcy label. The catalog number of the monaural version, first released in 1956, was MG-36074, and of the stereophonic version, released in 1958, it was SR-80000. It was later reissued as Mercury MG-20516 (mono) and SR-60192 (stereo), titled Patti Page With The Pete Rugolo All Stars.

The album was Page's first release on the EmArcy label, generally used by Mercury as a label for jazz albums.

There are time differences between the mono and stereo editions of the album, with several of the tracks edited for space in the stereo version.

Track listing[edit]

Track No. Song Songwriter(s) Time
1 "Nevertheless" Harry Ruby/Bert Kalmar 1:44
2 "Out Of Nowhere" Edward Heyman/John Green 2:16
3 "The Lady Is a Tramp" Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart 2:42
4 "The Thrill Is Gone" Lew Brown/Ray Henderson 2:51
5 "A Foggy Day" George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin 2:44
6 "Mountain Greenery" Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart 2:23
7 "I've Got My Eyes On You" Cole Porter 1:34 (mono)
1:38 (stereo)
8 "My Kind Of Love" Louis Alter/Jo Trent 2:37 (mono)
1:32 (stereo)
9 "I Didn't Know About You" B. Russell/Duke Ellington 2:39
10 "My Sin" Buddy DeSylva/Lew Brown/Ray Henderson 2:37 (mono)
1:40 (stereo)
11 "Taking A Chance On Love" Vernon Duke/John Latouche/Ted Fetter 2:18 (mono)
1:23 (stereo)
12 "Love for Sale" Cole Porter 2:29

Releases[edit]

  • In the Land of Hi Fi, Verve / Emarcy 1999
  • In the Land of Hi Fi, Verve / Emarcy 1999
  • In the Land of Hi Fi, Universal Distribution 2007
  • In the Land of Hi Fi, Universal Distribution 2007
  • Patti Page with Pete Rugolo and His Orchestra, Fresh Sound Records 2009

External links[edit]

In the Land of Hi Fi