|A1||Thanks / You're My Friend Ain't Cha? / The Night They Invented Champagne|
|A3||Nevertheless / Silver Threads Among The Gold|
|A4||When The Saints Go Marching In|
|B1||Blue Danube Waltz / True Love / Chopin Waltz|
|B2||They Can't Take That Away From Me / Did You Ever See A Dream Walking|
|B3||George Liberace Mambo|
|B4||My Heart Will Always Cry / Stardust And Starlight / Thanks|
- Accordion – Al Tracy
- Banjo – John Gerardi
- Bass – Slim Tanner
- Drums – Carl Maus
- Flute – Ray Rose (3)
- Guitar – John Gerardi
- Leader – George Liberace
- Photography – Joe Tauber
- Piano – Stan Bridges
- Tenor Vocals – Ray Rose (3)
- Trumpet – Dale Brodie Shroff
- Viola – Irving Weinper
- Violin – Emil Briano, George Liberace, Irving Weinper, John Gerardi
It is "Music By George"
And, happily, it is the first in a series of six "Music By George" albums.
Most of the toe-tapping tunes in this package are standards.
Some are originals.
And in all of them is the musical magic of George Liberace and His Orchestra.
A magic that transports every listener to the crystal splendor of the luxurious Beverly-Hilton.
The Hilton is located in the heart of filmland. Celebrity-studded crowds have come to the hotel's fabulous "Star On The Roof" to dine and dance to Music By George.
The "Star On The Roof" is a penthouse-like dining room that presents a breathless, twinkling, nighttime view of Los Angeles.
All of this--the mood, the setting, the excitement--is captured in this album, a dance album in every fashionable sense of the word.
Turntable this record and feel the magic begin--the magic of George Liberace and His Orchestra that has you dining and dancing at the Beverly-Hilton!
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|CLP 5141||George Liberace And His Orchestra Star On The Roof*||Dine And Dance With George Liberace At The Beverly Hilton (LP, Mono)||Crown Records (2)||CLP 5141||US||1959||Sell This Version|