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Just Out of Reach: Rarities from Nashville


Download links and information about Just Out of Reach: Rarities from Nashville by Perry Como. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Country, Pop genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:04:39 minutes.

Artist: Perry Como
Release date: 2014
Genre: Country, Pop
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:04:39
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No. Title Length
1. Let's Do It Again 3:00
2. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye 2:41
3. Here, There and Everywhere 2:42
4. Let It Be Love 2:36
5. The Grass Keeps Right On Growin' 3:12
6. Just Out of Reach 2:48
7. Let Me Call You Baby Tonight 2:31
8. Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again) 3:22
9. Make Love to Life 2:59
10. Love Put a Song In My Heart 2:51
11. Yellow Beach Umbrella 2:34
12. Take a Look At Me 4:06
13. It Was Such a Good Day 2:26
14. I'll Take My Chances With You 2:03
15. Somehow 2:06
16. Take Me Home 2:45
17. Love Looks So Good On You 2:27
18. Love Don't Care (Where It Grows) 3:19
19. Walk Right Back 2:22
20. World of Dreams 2:59
21. Wonderful Baby 2:25
22. And I Love You So (Spanish) 3:18
23. I Want to Give (Spanish) 3:07



Big-band pop crooner Perry Como was one of the first singers to take full advantage of the television medium when it charged across America in the late '40s, and as a result, he was RCA Victor's sugar daddy cash cow through the mid-'50s, selling millions of records. By the middle of the 1960s, though, the musical landscape, thanks to the Beatles and the British Invasion, had changed incredibly. Como didn't change, though, even if he modernized his songbook on occasion with songs that fit his warm, laid-back delivery. He had an unexpected left-field hit with Don McLean's "And I Love You So" in 1973, a song produced in Nashville by none other than Chet Atkins. Como traveled to Music City to work on an album with Atkins, and this set collects tracks from those and related sessions. It's not really country, or honky tonk, or anything like that, although Como certainly knows what to do with a good country love ballad. It's really more like Perry Como takes his thing to Nashville and records, and since everything falls into that easy, natural vocal style that was his signature, he didn't really need to put on the boots and the big hat.