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    The Scene Changes

    Perry Como - The Scene Changes

    1965

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    All Music Guide Review

    The Scene Changes transports Perry Como to Nashville and pairs the crooner with arranger and conductor Anita Kerr, whose signature vocal quartet also lends its lush harmonies to the session. Couched in Chet Atkins' feather-light production, complete with Floyd Cramer's unmistakable slip-note piano, Como's effortless sophistication proves an ideal match for the Nashville sound -- songs like the hit "Dream on Little Dreamer," "Where Does a Little Tear Come From," and "My Own Peculiar Way" are as warm and inviting as an old pair of slippers. [The Sinatra Society of Japan's 2008 CD reissue boasts seven unreleased bonus cuts, including "Roamin' Through the Countryside" and "Beady-Eyed Buzzard."] ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi

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