Patti Page - Say Wonderful Things
About this album
Patti Page was perhaps the best-selling and most popular female pop vocalists of the 1950s - she had a string of hits (including "Allegheny Moon," "Old Cape Cod" and "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte") that lasted well into the early 1960s. "Say Wonderful Things" was Patti Page's debut album on the Columbia label, and it hit #83 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in 1963. Both it and "Love After Midnight" were arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey.