The Ames Brothers
Orchestra and Chorus und the direction of Sid Ramin
Produced by Herman Diaz, Jr.
Recorded in Webster Hall, New York City, Orchestra conducted by Sid Ramin
Vocal Arrangements: Al Semola
Recording Engineer: Ernest Oelrich
RCA Victor LPM-2182
From Billboard - May 30, 1960: The Ames boys continue to turn out an appealing commercial sound as they demonstrate their familiar harmony sound to interesting backings by Sid Ramin. As the title suggests, the accent is on blend and rhythmic beat. All the tunes are of a vintage nature and they include "Autumn Leaves," "Begin the Beguine" and "Night Train."
On A Little Street In Singapore
Begin The Beguine
Is You Is Or Is You Ain't (My Baby)
Too Marvelous For Words
So In Love