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Jo Stafford / The Columbia Singles Collection

Jo Stafford / The Columbia Singles Collection

       From her initial recordings with Tommy Dorsey and the Pied Pipers, in the early 1940s, to the end of that decade, Jo Stafford built a solid reputation as one of the most accomplished and musical singers of her time.

When she joined Columbia Records in 1950, she was labeled "America's Most Versatile Singing Star" and as such, was given a wide variety of material to record.

This collection contains a cross-section of her Columbia work throughout this period - not her "Hit" recordings, which appear on other Corinthian CDs, but songs popular at the time, though in a few instances, neglected ever since. Some are real gems, most are worth hearing again and all of them evoke memories of times long past.

With a few exceptions, these recordings have never been issued on Compact Disc, so here, at last, is the chance to recall those days of innocence, back in the Fifties - and to hear once again the lovely voice of Jo Stafford and Paul Weston's versatile arrangements.
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    Black Out The Moon

    Love Is Here To Stay

    The Handsome Stranger

    Someone’s Been Reading My Mail


    Smoking My Sad Cigarette

    The Dixieland Band

    A Perfect Love

    Indoor Sport

    Use Your Imagination

    How Lovely Is The Night

    How Can We Say Goodbye

    Big D

    Once To Every Heart

    I’ll Be There

    Wouldn’t It Be Loverly

    Along The Colorado Trail

    I Got A Sweetie

    Goodnight Pillow

    Hawaiian War Chant

    Just Another Polka

    Bells Are Ringing

    All Yours

    It’s Never Quite The Same

    I’m In The Mood For Love
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