Seattle (album)

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Seattle
Como Seattle.jpg
Studio album by Perry Como
Released 1969
Recorded June 1969
Genre Vocal
Label RCA Records
Producer Andy Wiswell and Chet Atkins
Perry Como chronology
Look to Your Heart
(1968)
Seattle
(1969)
Perry Como in Person at the International Hotel, Las Vegas
(1970)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

Seattle is Perry Como's 17th 12" long-play album released by RCA Records.[2] It was Como's first attempt at a contemporary 1960's sound. The album's opening track, "Happiness Comes, Happiness Goes", features distorted guitars and swirling organs.

Track listing[edit]

Side one

  1. "Happiness Comes, Happiness Goes" (Words and music by Al Stillman and Dick Manning)
  2. "Nobody But You" (Words and music by Dion O'Brien)
  3. "Seattle" (Music by Hugo Montenegro, and words by Ernie Sheldon and Jack Keller)
  4. "Turnaround" (Words and music by Alan Green, Harry Belafonte and Malvina Reynolds)
  5. "Beady Eyed Buzzard" (Words and music by Eddie Snyder and Richard Ahlert)
  6. "Hearts Will Be Hearts" (Words and music by Cindy Walker)

Side Two

  1. "That's All This Old World Needs" (Words and music by Bob Tubert and Demetriss Tapp)
  2. "Together Forever" (Music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jones)
  3. "Sunshine Wine" (Words and music by Cindy Walker)
  4. "Deep In Your Heart" (Words and music by Jan Crutchfield)
  5. "Buongiorno Teresa" (Words and music by Dick Manning and Jimmy Lytell)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Seattle at AllMusic. Retrieved 28 June 2011.
  2. ^ "Seattle". Kokomo. Archived from the original on April 29, 2013. Retrieved 5 April 2011. 

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