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Uploaded on Jun 1, 2011
Charted at #1 in Billboard in November 1950. This was Patti's first Number One hit. Original Billboard review: "The adaptation of the French ballad "Bolero" is sung with warmth and persuasion by the thrush. If the plug tune scores, this disking could catch a sizable share." Overall Billboard rating: 86 out of 100. Also #10 for Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians in October 1950, #7 for Percy Faith and His Orchestra in September 1950, #11 for Bing Crosby in October 1950, #22 for Dennis Day in October 1950 and #6 for Cliff Richard in November 1967 (in the UK).
Written by Henri Contet, Paul Durand and Mitchell Parish.
The other side of this single is "Roses Remind Me of You".