Perry Como and Margaret Whiting
During a career that spanned over half a century, Perry Como was a high profile radio and television personality and the most prominent recording artist for RCA Victor. His easy listening style and velvet voice mirrored that of Bing Crosby and his renditions of numbers such as “It’s Impossible,” “No Other Love,” “And I Love You So,” “More,” and “Catch a Falling Star,” were responsible for millions of record sales.
One of the foremost singers of popular music during the World War II era, Margaret Whiting recorded numerous versions of such classic songs as “That Old Black Magic,” “Moonlight in Vermont,” “It Might as Well Be Spring,” “My Foolish Heart,” and “Far Away Places.” Margaret was one of the first artists to be signed by Capitol Records founder and song writer Johnny Mercer with whom she had a decades-long professional relationship.
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