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COMBO: 2 DVDs & CD

DVD - Pat Boone’s Greatest Hits Live
Description: Nineteen of Pat's greatest hits live from his 1957-1960 Pat Boone Chevy Showroom. This is the only collection of Pat's hits from the show – with “April Love,” “Love Letters In The Sand,” “I Almost Lost My Mind,” “Bernardine” and more --all here on one DVD album.

Song List:

  1. Ain’t That A Shame
  2. Long Tall Sally
  3. I Almost Lost My Mind
  4. Friendly Persuasion
  5. Why Baby Why
  6. Love Letters In The Sand
  7. Tenderly
  8. Remember You’re Mine
  9. Bernardine
  10. April Love
  11. A Wonderful Time Up There
  12. It’s Too Soon To Know
  13. Sugar Moon
  14. If Dreams Come True
  15. I’ll Remember Tonight
  16. Fools Hall Of Fame
  17. New Lovers
  18. At My Front Door

Running Time: 49 minutes

DVD - Pat Boone: Love Letters In The Sands Of Time
Description: During the 1950s, one performer challenged Elvis Presley in chart-topping hits – Pat Boone. Discovered on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour, he was our first “American Idol.” Instantly recognizable for his silky, smooth singing voice, charming good looks, and iconic white bucks, Pat Boone had 38 top 40 hits, became a movie star and a best-selling author and, from 1957 to 1961, hosted a weekly network television musical variety show called The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom.

Pat’s guest stars were some of the best-known entertainers in the world including Peggy Lee, Mel Torme, the Mills Brothers, Frankie Avalon, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Julie London, Count Basie, Fabian, and Nat “King” Cole.

Some of the memorable performances and artists in this nostalgic PBS special include Mel Torme singing “It’s All Right With Me,” Pat and Nat King Cole performing “Nature Boy,” an unforgettable attempt at yodeling with the “King Of The Cowboys,” Roy Rogers, and a hilarious rock and roll version of “Tenderly” by Pat and Andy Williams.

Whether Pat is singing, “It Don’t Mean a Thing” with Ella Fitzgerald or one of his hit singles, you will instantly see why Pat Boone was one of the most beloved and popular singers of his day.

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CD - Pat Boone: The Gold Collection
Description: During the 1950s, one performer challenged Elvis Presley in chart-topping hits – Pat Boone. Instantly recognizable for his silky, smooth singing voice, charming good looks, and iconic white bucks, Pat Boone set the gold standard for teen idols. The CD Pat Boone: The Gold Collection features 13 of his greatest hits, including "Love Letters In The Sand," "April Love" and "Moody River."

Track List Below

 

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DVD - Pat Boone: Love Letters In The Sands Of Time

Description: During the 1950s, one performer challenged Elvis Presley in chart-topping hits – Pat Boone. Discovered on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour, he was our first “American Idol.” Instantly recognizable for his silky, smooth singing voice, charming good looks, and iconic white bucks, Pat Boone had 38 top 40 hits, became a movie star and a best-selling author and, from 1957 to 1961, hosted a weekly network television musical variety show called The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom.

Pat’s guest stars were some of the best-known entertainers in the world including Peggy Lee, Mel Torme, the Mills Brothers, Frankie Avalon, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Julie London, Count Basie, Fabian, and Nat “King” Cole.

Some of the memorable performances and artists in this nostalgic PBS special include Mel Torme singing “It’s All Right With Me,” Pat and Nat King Cole performing “Nature Boy,” an unforgettable attempt at yodeling with the “King Of The Cowboys,” Roy Rogers, and a hilarious rock and roll version of “Tenderly” by Pat and Andy Williams.

Whether Pat is singing, “It Don’t Mean a Thing” with Ella Fitzgerald or one of his hit singles, you will instantly see why Pat Boone was one of the most beloved and popular singers of his day.

Track List:

The Solos

  • Pat Boone – This is The Night (not full performance; approx. 25 seconds)
  • Mel Torme – “It’s All Right With Me”
  • The Mills Brothers – “Till Then”
  • Julie London – “When I Fall In Love”
  • Dodie Stevens – “Tan Shoes And Pink Shoelaces”
  • Frankie Avalon – “Venus”
  • Johnny Mathis – “Chances Are” (not full performance; approx. 30 seconds)
  • Danny & The Juniors – “At The Hop”

The Duets

  • Pat and Connie Francis – “My Happiness”
  • Pat and Ella Fitzgerald – “I Wish I Were In Love Again”
  • Pat and Ella Fitzgerald – “It Don’t Mean A Thing”
  • Pat and Roy Rogers and The Sons of the Pioneers – “When Pay Day Rolls Around”
  • Pat and Roy Rogers and The Sons of The Pioneers – “Cattle Call”
  • Pat and Andy Williams – “Tenderly”
  • Pat and Count Base – “I’ve Heard That Song Before”
  • Pat and George Shearing – “Stranger In Paradise”
  • Pat and Nat King Cole – “Nature Boy”
  • Pat and Nat King Cole – “Poison Ivy”

Pat Boone Solos

  • “April Love”
  • “Bernardine”
  • “Friendly Persuasion”
  • “Ain’t That A Shame”
  • “Sugar Moon”
  • “It’s Too Soon To Know”
  • “At My Front Door (Crazy Little Mama)”
  • “Love Letters In The Sand”
  • “Tutti Frutti” (not full performance; approx. 30 seconds with closing credits)

Bonus material:

  • Complete 30-minute premiere episode of "The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom" from October 3, 1957 with guest star Anna Maria Alberghetti
  • Complete rundowns of the original shows from which the performances featured on "Pat Boone - Love Letters In The Sand Of Time" were taken
  • Additional performance featuring Johnny Mathis singing, "Let's Love," unseen since December 31, 1958
  • Archival photo slide show from Pat Boone's personal collection
  • Home movies of Pat Boone's graduation from Columbia University
  • Interview with Pat Boone conducted during the making of Pat Boone: Love Letters in the Sands of Time

Running time: Approx. 1 hour, 40 minutes

 

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CD - Pat Boone: The Gold Collection

Description: During the 1950s, one performer challenged Elvis Presley in chart-topping hits – Pat Boone. Instantly recognizable for his silky, smooth singing voice, charming good looks, and iconic white bucks, Pat Boone set the gold standard for teen idols. The CD Pat Boone: The Gold Collection features 13 of his greatest hits, including "Love Letters In The Sand," "April Love" and "Moody River."

Track List:

  1. April Love
  2. Love Letters In The Sand
  3. Rip It Up
  4. Moody River
  5. Friendly Persuasion
  6. Don’t Forbid Me
  7. Mr. Blue
  8. Ain’t That A Shame
  9. I Almost Lost My Mind
  10. Tutti Frutti
  11. A Wonderful Time Up There
  12. Bernardine
  13. The Exodus Song (lyrics by Pat Boone)