Frankie was the oldest of eight children born to Sicilian immigrants John and Anna Lo Vecchio, who had come from Monreale, Sicily near Palermo American singer and songwriter, often billed as America's Number One Song Stylist, Mr. Rhythm, Old Leather Lungs, and Old Man Jazz.
Frankie Laine Time is a summer replacement television series that replaced Arthur Godfrey and His Friends on CBS. It ran July - September 1955 and August - September 1956. The variety series included star Frankie Laine singing songs with other singers, dancers, and comedians. The 1955 version featured The Lynn Duddy Singers, The James Starbuck Dancers, and The Jimmy Carroll Orchestra.
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|A1||That's My Desire (Intro)|
|A2||It's A Most Unusual Day|
|A3||Exactly Like You|
|A4||Just The Way You Are|
|A5||All God's Children Got Rhythm|
|A6||Everything Happens To Me|
|A7||I Let Her Go|
|A8||Old Time Religion|
|B3||Tell Me A Story|
|B4||When You're Smiling|
|B5||Old Soft Shoe|
|B6||Old Fashioned Love|
|B7||Roses Of Picardy|
|B8||Mean To Me|
|B9||We'll Be Together Again (Closing)|
- Engineer – Dave Williams
- Sleeve Notes – Tony Cooper
- Vocals – Connie Haines (tracks: A4, A6, B2, B5), Jerri Thorne* (tracks: B3)
NotesCatalogue Numbers: "F.L.6" on the sleeve, "FL 6" on the labels.
"During the mid 1950's, Frankie Lane filmed a series of shows for American television. Unfortunately for European fans,these fine programmes were only shown in the Scottish television area, so the rest of us never got to see Frank in action on our T.V.screens.
However, thanks to Dave Williams, we can at least listen to some of these shows on the enclosed album. Obviously, the sound is not up to studio quality, but I am sure the listener will agree thet Dave has done a magnificent job in transferring these rare and unusual performances to disc." (Tony Cooper, sleeve notes.)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Labels): SRTX83CUS2006
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side 1): FL6 SRTX83CUS2006 A JB
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side 2): FL6 SRTX83CUS2006 B JB