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Published on Jul 31, 2018
No fewer than three updated versions of this 1949 Vaughn Monroe hit enjoyed success in ’65. First-released was the Bert Kaempfert instrumental, followed by the equally-popular Vic Dana vocal, and a bit further back was the Wayne Newton version (all three are included in this 1965 collection).
Pop Chart Peak: Billboard 10
The original 45rpm single was issued on Dolton 304 - Red Roses For A Blue Lady (Tepper-Brodsky) by Vic Dana, arranged by Ernie Freeman, produced by Dick Glasser
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