Lou Monte - Katareena mp3 album
Lou Monte (April 2, 1917 – June 12, 1989) was an Italian American singer best known for a number of best-selling, Italian-themed novelty records which he recorded for both RCA Records and Reprise Records in the late 1950s and early 1960s. He also recorded on Roulette Records, Jubilee Records, Regalia Records, Musicor Records, Laurie Records, and AFE Records.
Lou Monte - Italian Houseparty (LP, Album). RCA Victor, RCA Victor. Lou Monte con Joe Reisman, su Orquesta y Coros. Katareena (as P. Leone) Lou Monte con Joe Reisman, su Orquesta y Coros - Lou Monte (7", EP). Roulette.
1961 - The Sheriff Of Sicily, Katareena. 1962 - Pepino The Italian Mouse, What Did Washington Say (When he Crossed The Delaware). 1962 - Twist Italiano, Oh Tessie. L'album "Lou Monte Sings for You" était à l'origine édité par RCA en 1958). Lou Monte The Best Of RCA VICTOR Recordings (2003) Taragon Records BMG Special Products (RCA Victor ré-édition) TARCD-1101 DRC23075. Lou Monte's Golden Hits (2004) Collector COL-CD-6156 (Ré-édition de l'album du même nom). The Mixed Up Bull From Palermo And Other Italian Fun Songs (2004) Édition collector COL 6716 (Ré-édition de l'album du même nom). Again (2002) Ronray Records. Pepino the Italian Mouse.
Dominick the Donkey" is a Christmas song written by Ray Allen, Sam Saltzberg and Wandra Merrell, and was recorded by Lou Monte in 1960, on Roulette Records. The song describes a donkey who helps Santa Claus bring presents ("made in Brooklyn") to children in Italy "because the reindeer cannot climb" Italy's hills. The spelling of "Dominick" was modified to "Dominic" for the re-release
Roman Guitars, 02:48.
Lou Monte - Christmas At Our House 02:23. Lou Monte - Jingle Bells 01:50. Lou Monte - Adeste Fideles 02:02. Lou Monte - Silent Night 02:44. Lou Monte - Pepino The Italian Mouse 02:35. Lou Monte - Santo Natale 02:09. Lou Monte - Italian Jingle Bells 02:13. Arrivederci Roma - Lou Monte. Italian Houseparty - Lou Monte. Lou Monte - The Early Hits - Lou Monte. Pepino, The Italian Mouse and Other Italian Fun Songs - Lou Monte.
Ably assisted by the orchestrations of Hugo Winterhalter (who worked with Tommy Dorsey and Count Basie, among others) and Joe Reisman (of Perry Como and Burt Bacharach fame), wonderful renditions of the classic "Mama," "I Have But One Heart," "Tango of Roses," and other titles found new popularity.
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