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  1. The Isle Of Capri

"The Isle of Capri" is a popular song. The music, a tango foxtrot, was written by Wilhelm Grosz, with lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy and was published in 1934.

Some early recordings were:
Lew Stone and his Band with vocal by trumpeter Nat Gonella, recorded on 25 July 1934 and released on Decca (UK) catalogue number F 5132).
Ray Noble and his Orchestra with vocal by Al Bowlly, recorded on 30 August 1934.
Gracie Fields on 9 October 1934 (HMV B 8232).
Freddy Martin's orchestra with vocal by Elmer Feldkamp, recorded on 3 December 1934 for Brunswick (catalogue number 7344).
On 2 February 1935, a Spanish language version of the song by Osvaldo Fresedo with singer Roberto Ray for Victor Records, catalogue number 37725-B.
Wingy Manone and His Orchestra recorded the song on 8 March 1935 for Vocalion Records (Catalogue No. 2913).
The song was a huge world-wide hit, sung in countless arrangements and translations, including in French by Tino Rossi "C'est à Capri" (1934).

Later hit versions were recorded by:
Frankie Laine in 1952.
Jackie Lee and His Orchestra, released by Coral Records as catalog number 61149, it first reached the Billboard magazine charts on 28 April 1954, and lasted 11 weeks on the chart, peaking at #17.
The Gaylords released by Mercury Records as catalog number 70350. It first reached the Billboard magazine charts on 5 May 1954 and lasted 10 weeks on the chart, peaking at #15. The flip side, "Love I You", was a minor chart hit.
Frank Sinatra recorded it on 1 October 1957, for his album: Come Fly with Me, issued in 1958.
Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney included the song in their 1958 album Fancy Meeting You Here.