Round and Round (Shapiro/Stallman song)

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"Round and Round" is a popular song by Joe Shapiro and Lou Stallman published in 1956. A version of the song recorded by Perry Como was a big hit in 1957. The song would prove to be Perry Como's last over-all number one on the Billboard charts. This song was recorded by Anne Murray in 1993 for her Croonin' album but it was only released as a bonus track for a special version of her Croonin' LP that was released by Heartland Records (1994). Anne Murray said she was always a huge fan of Perry Como[citation needed] and was featured in at least one of his television specials in the mid-1970s, the mass market release of Croonin' has Anne singing Perry's hit "Wanted."

Como's version was featured in the 1999 motion picture Blast from the Past.[1]

Preceded by
"Party Doll" by Buddy Knox
Billboard Best Sellers in Stores number-one single
(Perry Como version)

April 6, 1957
Succeeded by
"All Shook Up" by Elvis Presley

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blast from the Past (1999) on Internet Movie Database