Christmas with Patti Page (1951). Patti Page Sings for Romance (1953). Song Souvenir (1953). Between 1948 and 1982, Patti Page has charted a total of 110 hits on Billboard's Top Sellers, Pop Singles Chart, the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, and the Hot Country Songs chart. Four of these singles peaked at all on the Billboard Pop Chart between 1950 and 1953. Also, since 1951, Page has released 39 studio albums, three of which were recorded as tribute albums. She recorded one live album in 1998 at Carnegie Hall, which gave Page her first Grammy award. There Is No Greater Love.
Christmas with Patti Page (1951). Patti Page Sings for Romance is a 1953 Patti Page LP issued by Mercury Records as catalog number MG-25185 Track listing.
Romance on the Range (1955). Christmas with Patti Page (1955). Page One – Sings a Collection of Her Most Famous Songs (1956). Page Two – Sings a Collection of Her Most Famous Songs (1956). Page Three – Easy Listening (1956). You Go to My Head (1956). Music for Two in Love (1956). The Voices of Patti Page (1956). Page Four – A Collection of Her Most Famous Songs (1956). This Is My Song (1956). This 1950s album-related article is a stub.
Patti Page – Patti Page Sings Country And Western Golden Hits. Label: Mercury – MG-20615. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono.
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Patti Page - I Wanna Go Skating with Willie 02:09. Patti Page - The First Noel 02:37. Patti Page - Santa Claus Is Coming to Town 02:42. Patti Page - The Mama Doll Song 02:40. Patti Page - The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to You) 03:26. Patti Page - Where Did My Snowman Go 02:31. Patti Page - White Christmas 03:20. Unforgettable - Patti Page.