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Jimmy Roselli – Anema Core

Jimmy Roselli – Anema Core

Enjoy this wonderful recording by Jimmy Roselli

The first set of lyrics were written, under the title “Until” by Sylvia Dee and Sidney Lippman. The best-known recordings of this song were recorded by Dinah Shore and Dean Martin.

The biggest hit version was recorded by Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter’s orchestra and chorus at Manhattan Center, New York City, on February 11, 1954. The US release first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on March 31, 1954 and lasted 14 weeks on the chart, peaking at #14. The song also made the Cash Box Best-Selling Records chart that year, peaking at #12.

A song of the same title was recorded by Perry Como both in 1951 and in 1966 for an album, Perry Como In Italy. The song and by Michael Bublé more recently.

One recording, by Connie Francis, includes mostly the Italian lyric but some portions of the Curtis/Akst lyrics. Another Italian language performance by Ezio Pinza was briefly included in the landlady scene from The Blues Brothers.

Yet another set of English lyrics, under the title “How Wonderful to Know,” were written by Kermit Goell, and recorded by Joan Regan, by Cliff Richard, by Caterina Valente, and by Andy Williams. Sergio Franchi covered this song in his second RCA Victor Red Seal album Our Man From Italy in 1963. This album placed number sixty-six on the Billboard 200 album chart. And Jimmy Roselli covered this song in his list of Neapolitan songs.

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