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Perry Como



Perry Como was born Pierino Ronald Como on May 18, 1912 and passed away May 12, 2001. Perry Como was an American singer and television personality with a career spanning more than half a century. Perry Como recorded exclusively for the RCA Victor label after signing with them in 1943.



Mr. Perry Como sold millions of records for RCA and pioneered a weekly musical variety television show, which set the standards for the genre and proved to be one of the most successful in television history. Perry Como was seen weekly on television from 1949 to 1963, then continued hosting the Kraft Music Hall variety program on a monthly basis until 1967.



Perry Como's appeal spanned many generations and he was widely respected for both his professional standards and the conduct in his personal life. In the official RCA Records Billboard magazine memorial, his life was summed up in these few words: "50 years of music and a life well lived. This can be an example to all.



Below is a partial list in alphetical order of Perry Como songs and the year they were released;


"A Gypsy Told Me" 1938


"Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive" 1958


"All at Once You Love Her" 1955


"All Through the Day" 1945


"All Through the Night" 1958


"And I Love You So" 1973


"And Roses and Roses" 1966


"Angeline" 1941


"Arrivederci Roma (Goodbye to Rome)" 1966


"As My Love for You" 1981-2


"Ave Maria" 1949, 1959 & 1968


"'A' — You're Adorable" 1949 with The Fontane Sisters


"Bali Ha'i" 1949


"Beady Eyed Buzzard" 1965


"Because" 1947


"Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)" 1949


"Blue Room" 1948 "Brian's Song (The Hands of Time)" 1974


"A Bushel and a Peck" 1950 with Betty Hutton


"Can't Help Falling in Love" 1962


"Carol Medley" A medley of:

      Caroling, Caroling

      The First Noël

      Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

      Silent Night 1968

      "Catch a Falling Star" 1957


"Christ is Born" 1968


"Christmas Bells (In the Steeple)" 1967


"Christmas Eve" 1968


"Christmas Dream" 1974


"The Christmas Symphony" 1950


"Cominciamo ad amarci" 1966


"Coo Coo Roo Coo Coo Paloma" 1966


"Deep in the Heart of Texas" 1941


"Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" 1952


"Don't Leave Me" 1970


"Do You Hear What I Hear?" 1968


"Fancy Dancer" 1983


"The First Christmas" 1950


"Fly Me to the Moon" 1963


"Happiness Comes, Happiness Goes" 1965


"A Hatchet, a Hammer, a Bucket of Nails" 1965


"Have I Stayed away Too Long?" 1943


"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" 1968


"Having a Lonely Time" 1938


"The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au)" 1963


"Here Comes My Baby Back Again" 1965


"He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" 1958


"Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)" 1956


"I Know What God Is" 1960


"I Think I Love You" 1970


"I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" 1939


"Jingle Bells" 1946


"Juke Box Baby" 1956


"Kewpie Doll" 1958


"Kol Nidrei" traditional 1953


"Ko-Ko-Mo (I Love You So)" 1955


"Long Ago (and Far Away)" 1944


"Look out the Window (and See How I'm Standing in the Rain)" 1956


"The Lord's Prayer" 1949, 1959


"Maria" 1962


"Mi Casa, Su Casa (My House Is Your House)" 1957


"Moon River" 1962


"My Favorite Things" I 1962


"O Holy Night" 1959 & 1968


"Papa Loves Mambo" 1954


"Rambling Rose" 1947


"Rollin' Stone" 1951


"Save Me the Dance" 1980


"Say You're Mine Again" 1953


"Silver Bells" 1968


"Some Enchanted Evening" 1949


"Sunrise, Sunset" 1968


"Sweet Adorable You" 1965


"The Sweetest Sounds" 1962


"There Is No Christmas Like a Home Christmas" 1950 & 1968


"To Know You (Is to Love You)" 1952


"We Wish You a Merry Christmas" 1959


"What Kind of Fool Am I?" 1963


"What Love Is Made Of" 1970


"When You're Smiling" 1947


"White Christmas" 1947 & 1959


"The Wind Beneath My Wings" 1987


"Winter Wonderland" 1946 & 1959


"Zing Zing —Zoom Zoom" 1950


As one can see by the list above Perry Como was very talented. Perry Como did many more songs than this so all of us at the Red Skelton Tribute show hopes helps you to find what you are looking for.



Perry Como received five Emmys from 1955 to 1959, a Christopher Award in 1956 and shared a Peabody Award with good friend Jackie Gleason in 1956. He was inducted into the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame in 1990 and received a Kennedy Center Honor in 1987. Como received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002. Mr Como was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in 2006 and the Hit Parade Hall of Fame in 2007. Perry Como has the distinction of having three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work in radio, television, and music.



Perry Como died in his sleep on May 12, 2001 at his home in Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida, six days before his eighty-ninth birthday. It was reported that Perry Como had suffered from symptoms of Alzheimer's disease during the final two years of his life. His funeral Mass took place at St. Edward's Catholic Church in Palm Beach, Florida. Perry and Roselle are buried at Riverside Memorial Park, Tequesta Florida.



If you are a fan of the wholesome ideas of Perry Come then you probably are a fan of the good clean comedy of Red Skelton.


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"Goodnight for now and may God bless"

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