|Title:||My First Formal Gown / Too Young To Go Steady|
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My First Formal Gown. Performer – Patti Page And Jack Real With His Orchestra Written By – Abner Silver. This release possibly is a double A-sided release from 1956, but has a missprint on one label. The Great pretender" is from the movie 'Rock Around The Clock' (1956) and is the correct track for one side. The other (b-)side has wrong information printed on the label. The song mentioned is "Too Young To Go Steady" (2:43) by Patti Page with Jack Real and his Orchestra. But in fact it's "My First Formal Gown" by the same performers.
My First Formal Gown.
Listen to My First Formal Gown from Patti Page's Let Me Go Lover for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Patti Page (born Clara Ann Fowler on November 8, 1927 in Claremore, Oklahoma (some sources give Muskogee, Oklahoma), died January 1, 2013 Encinitas, California) is one of the best-known female singers in traditional pop music. View full artist profile.
Patti Page (born Clara Ann Fowler on November 8, 1927 in Claremore, Oklahoma (some sources give Muskogee, Oklahoma), died January 1, 2013 Encinitas, California) is one of the best-known female singers in traditional pop music. She is the best-selling female artist of the 1950s and was among the first to cross over from country music to pop. Her recording career spans the years 1947 to 1981. Page continued to perform live up until her death at 85. She was billed as "The Singing Rage, Miss Patti Page".
My First Formal Gown". Too Young to Go Steady". Would I Love You (Love You, Love You)". Christmas with Patti Page (1955). Page One – Sings a Collection of Her Most Famous Songs (1956). Page Two – Sings a Collection of Her Most Famous Songs (1956). Page Three – Easy Listening (1956). You Go to My Head (1956). Music for Two in Love (1956). The Voices of Patti Page (1956).
Album: Timeless Classics, Pops and Parodies Vol 2. Release year: 2009. Patti Page - Just Dance on By From Nashville to LA: The Lost Columbia Masters (1963-69), 2014 02:52. Patti Page - Where Did My Snowman Go Star Bright, 2014 02:33. Artist: Patti Page Jack Rael Orchestra Patti Page, Jack Rael Orchestra.
Rael heard Page on the radio and liked her voice. Rael asked her to join the band he managed, the "Jimmy Joy Band" Page toured the country with the "Jimmy Joy Band" in 1946. The band eventually ended up in Chicago, Illinois, where in 1947, Page sang with a small group led by popular orchestra leader, Benny Goodman Page recorded her first hit single, "Confess", in 1947. Page was married three times: first to University of Wisconsin student Jack Skiba in May 1948. They moved to New York, but she asked for and received a no-fault divorce in Wisconsin within a year. Her next marriage was to Charles O'Curran, a choreographer, in 1956.
Too young, so she tells me She says we’ll have to wait Why wait till it may be too late? Can she realize she drives me wild? Is she made of stone? Must she always act just like a child? Won’t she ever own up, we’re grown up? Someday she’ll be sorry Someday just wait and see She’ll wish she’d gone steady with me Can she realize she drives me wild? Is she made of stone? Must she always act just like a child? Won’t she ever own up, we’re grown up? Someday she’ll be sorry Someday just wait and see She’ll wish she’d gone steady with me.
Album: Long, Long Ago. Patti Page, Patti Page, The Jack Rael Orchestra, The Jack Rael Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Artist: Patti Page The Jack Rael Orchestra Patti Page, The Jack Rael Orchestra.
|A||My First Formal Gown
Arranged By – Hugo PerettiWritten-By – Alfred Silver*
|B||Too Young To Go Steady
Written-By – Adamson*, McHugh*
|70820X45||Patti Page With Jack Rael And His Orchestra||Patti Page With Jack Rael And His Orchestra - Too Young To Go Steady / My First Formal Gown (7", Single)||Mercury||70820X45||US||1956|
|70820||Patti Page With Jack Rael And His Orchestra||Patti Page With Jack Rael And His Orchestra - My First Formal Gown / Too Young To Go Steady (Shellac, 10", Single)||Mercury||70820||US||1956|