Nude By Nature
While his singles continued to reach at least the lower rungs of the pop charts consistently until , only a few of them made the Top The picture was a little brighter in the easy listening charts, where songs like "Stop! Of course, he managed a comeback in the early '70s with "It's Impossible" and "And I Love You So," but the '60s found him struggling to find a commercial niche, moving from novelties notably "Delaware" on which he was accompanied by an orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres to small-group arrangements cut in Nashville with Chet Atkins producing.
This compilation, which draws at least one song from each of Como 's '60s singles and includes every song that had even the lowest chart placing, effectively chronicles the singer's search for hits.
There are some embarrassments, but there are also some excellent performances of good material, such as "Make Someone Happy," from the Broadway musical Do Re Mi, and "Forget Domani," which lost out to Sinatra's more popular version.
The compilation is faultless, and for Como fans, it will bring back into print a lost part of the singer's catalog.
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