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Children of Bodom

The band Children of Bodom: Alexander, Jaska, Janne, Henkka and Alexi

Children of Bodom is a Finnish band from the small town of Espoo which is one of the precursors of the melodic death metal style.

Biography

The band was founded in 1993 by guitarist Alexi "Wildchild" Laiho and drummer Jaska Raatikainen under the name of IneartheD. Having known each other since childhood and sharing the same interest for heavy/death metal bands such as Stone, Entombed and Obituary, they formed the original line-up of the band that would later become Children of Bodom together with bassist Samuli Miettinen. The band recorded its first demo - entitled Implosion of Heaven - on that same year.

Samuli was the main composer of the band's lyrics for the two years he took part of IneartheD, but in 1995 his family moved to the USA and there was no way for him to continue in the band. His last contribution to IneartheD were the lyirics of the songs from their second demo, Ubiguitous Absence of Remission. Alexi, who previously only composed the melodies of the songs, assumed the role of the band's lyricist.

In junior high, Alexi and Jaska got to know Henkka "Blacksmith" Seppälä, who was one year younger than them. Despite the slight age difference, they got along well and soon Hennka became the band's new bass player. From then on, Henkka also started doubling as the band's backing vocalist.

Jaska played a French horn in a local big band at the time, and one day - during rehearsal - he met Alexander Kuoppala, who was a trumpet player and also a good guitarist. When the band was about to record their second demo, Alexander was invited to join them and soon became an active member of the band.

For some time, Alexi and Jaska played and recorded the keyboard sections of IneartheD's songs separately and later mixed the keyboard track with the other instruments, but in 1996 they felt the need of adding a musician to specialize in keyboards. The person chosen for that role was Jani Pirisjoki.

With this new line-up, IneartheD recorded their third demo, named Shining. This new demo didn't impress record labels much more than the previous ones had, and no label took interest in the young Finnish band. It was a harsh time, in which - despite all of their efforts - their music got no exposure and they only managed to play at small events.

As a last resort, the band decided to record an independent album, funding all of the production costs themselves, a daring move considering that none of them had much money to begin with.

Alexi wanted to make use of the keyboards more effectively this time around, and Pirisjoki just wasn't fit for the task anymore. So he was fired from the band - albeit not in a hostile manner - and a friend of Jaska's, a talented pianist called Janne "Warman" Wirman, assumed the position of keyboard player.

Janne was the component that was missing for IneartheD to assume the style that would later characterize Children of Bodom. With him, the band successfully recorded their first album in the year of 1997 and got a professional deal from it. Their debut - Something Wild - was supposed to be released by a small Belgian label, but Sami Tenetz (from Thy Serpent) got hold of a copy of their album through the hands of Alexander shortly after IneartheD signed this contract, and sent it to Spinefarm Records' boss, who immediately got interested in signing them for a country-wide release. The later deal was much more interesting for the band, since the Belgian label was offering them close to no help, to the point where they would have to distribute and sell the album themselves.

For the band to be able to sign with Spinefarm Records, they were forced to change their name, since the contract with the Belgian label had already been signed under the name of IneartheD. The answer to that problem came as the bandmen looked for good names in their local phone book. When they stumbled upon Lake Bodom, they realised it was a name with impact; one which had an interesting story behind it. A long list of possible names involving the word Bodom was then made, and they settled with Children of Bodom.

The story of the Lake Bodom murders goes as follows: on the night of June the 4th of 1960, three teenagers were murdered while on a camping trip to the lake. There was a lone survivor, who has lived a relatively normal life afterwards. The murders have remained one of the most widely-discussed cases in Scandinavian history and remained unsolved for more than fourty years. In late 2004, Finnish police arrested the survivor, who is the main suspect of commiting the crime.

With the intention of promoting the upcoming release of Something Wild, the band opened one of the shows from the black metal band Dimmu Borgir. However, their success was such that the Nuclear Blast label approached them with a contract for an European release; the deal started in the following year.

Something Wild was officially released in November of 1997, and for promotional purposes the band recoeded a music video of the song Deadnight Warrior. The video directed by Mika Lindberg had a slim budget of €1000, but managed to convey the band's style well through the use of simple scenery, in which they play at night, in the cold.

Children of Bodom's first tour happened in February of 1998. They played together with Hypocrisy and a few other bands such as Covenant and Agathodaimon, but suffered from the absence of Janne, who was busy finishing his studies. He was replaced by Erna Siikavirta - a female pianist who is a friend of the band's and who curently plays with the teatrical band Lordi - for the duration of the tour.

Their second tour happened in September of the same year, but once more Janne was not able to play with them. Alexi's then-girlfriend Kimberly Goss (from Sinergy and ex-Dimmu Borgir and Therion) played with them this time around. The band showcased the song Towards Dead End for the first time during this tour.

In late 1999, Children of Bodom was finally able to tour with Janne on the keyboards. The success of the Downfall single and of the Hatebreeder album allowed them to make three shows in Japan with the veterans from In Flames and with Sinergy. In one of these shows, the album Tokyo Warhearts was recorded. With only two albums recorded previously, the band managed to play a technically flawless concert, seamlessly reproducing and at times improving on their songs.

For their next release, the band decided to make use of Peter Tägtgren's Abyss studio in Sweden, instead of the Finnish ASTIA studio from Anssi Kippo, in which they had recorded all of their previous releases, including the demos from IneartheD. The band wrote eight new songs for the album, and while on the studio, decided to add an extra track, which was hastly composed and whose lyrics were improvised by Alexi; that track would eventually receive the name of Kissing the Shadows. The band gave this album the name of Follow the Reaper and recording sessions took place between August and September of 2000; the album saw a worldwide release in early 2001.

With their rapidly increasing success, Children of Bodom recorded another album, and their first complete world tour began in 2003 and lasted until late 2004. This tour had many sold-out concerts and was a defining point in their career, but it was also accompanied by an unexpected annoucement: Alexander decided to quit the band for personal reasons, giving no warning and right in the middle of the tour. Alexi's bandmate from Sinergy, Roope Latvala (founding member of Stone, one of the bands which started the heavy metal movement in Finland) then replaced him as a session player, until a more permanent solution could be found. This formation was introduced in Moscow on the 16th of August.

Roope successfully finished the world tour and took part in the recording of the Trashed, Lost & Strungout single. Ever since then, he has been playing regularly with Children of Bodom and seems to have assumed a permanent position in the line-up that will record the band's upcoming album.

Children of Bodom's symbol is the Grim Reaper, and they often refer to themselves as the Hate Crew.

Current line-up

  • Alexi Laiho - Vocals, lead guitar
  • Roope Latvala - Rhythm guitar
  • Janne Viljami Wirman - Keyboards
  • Henkka Seppälä - 5-string bass
  • Jaska Raatikainen - Drums

Former members

  • Alexander Kuoppala - Rhythm guitar
  • Jani Pirisjoki - Keyboards
  • Samuli Miettinen - Bass

Discography

Albums

  • Something Wild (1997)
  • Hatebreeder (1999)
  • Tokyo Warhearts (Live CD, 1999)
  • Follow the Reaper (2001)
  • Hate Crew Deathroll (2003)

Singles

  • Implosion of Heaven (Demo, 1994)
  • Ubiquitous Absence of Remission (Demo, 1995)
  • Shining (Demo, 1996)
  • Children of Bodom (1997)
  • Downfall (1998)
  • Hate Me! (2000)
  • You're Better Off Dead! (2002)
  • Trashed, Lost & Strungout (2004)

Cover songs

  • Aces High, by Iron Maiden
  • Bed of Nails, by Alice Cooper
  • Don't Stop at the Top, by Scorpions
  • Hellion, by W.A.S.P.
  • Latomeri, by Klamydia
  • Mass Hypnosis, by Sepultura
  • No Commands, by Stone
  • Rebell Yell, by Billy Idol
  • She Is Beautiful, by Andrew W. K.
  • Shot In the Dark, by Ozzy Osbourne
  • Silent Scream, by Slayer
  • Somebody Put Something In My Drink, by Ramones
  • Waiting, by King Diamond
Despite popular belief, Children of Bodom have never covered the song The Final Countdown by Europe.

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Children of Bodom's symbol is the Grim Reaper, and they often refer to themselves as the Hate Crew. Como died on May 12, 2001 at his home in Jupiter, Florida, six days before his eight-ninth birthday. Roope successfully finished the world tour and took part in the recording of the Trashed, Lost & Strungout single. Ever since then, he has been playing regularly with Children of Bodom and seems to have assumed a permanent position in the line-up that will record the band's upcoming album. Como's Irish Christmas was produced for the American PBS public television system, and has been re-broadcast annually since 1994. This formation was introduced in Moscow on the 16th of August. The year 1993 would have marked his fiftieth anniversary with the RCA Victor label, now owned and controlled by Bertelsmann and operated under the BMG logo, as well as his forty-fifth year of television specials celebrating Christmas and its importance throughout the world to people of all faiths. Alexi's bandmate from Sinergy, Roope Latvala (founding member of Stone, one of the bands which started the heavy metal movement in Finland) then replaced him as a session player, until a more permanent solution could be found. In January 1994, Como travelled to Dublin, Ireland, for what would be an auspicious moment in his long career of more than sixty years.

This tour had many sold-out concerts and was a defining point in their career, but it was also accompanied by an unexpected annoucement: Alexander decided to quit the band for personal reasons, giving no warning and right in the middle of the tour. Over the decades, Como is reported to have sold millions of records, but he commonly suppressed these figures. With their rapidly increasing success, Children of Bodom recorded another album, and their first complete world tour began in 2003 and lasted until late 2004. It was this characteristic which made him so different from his peers, and which endeared him to legions of fans throughout the world. The band gave this album the name of Follow the Reaper and recording sessions took place between August and September of 2000; the album saw a worldwide release in early 2001. Como had so many recordings achieve gold record status that he refused to have many of them certified. The band wrote eight new songs for the album, and while on the studio, decided to add an extra track, which was hastly composed and whose lyrics were improvised by Alexi; that track would eventually receive the name of Kissing the Shadows. He recorded many albums of songs for the RCA Victor label between 1952 and 1987, and is credited with numerous gold records.

For their next release, the band decided to make use of Peter Tägtgren's Abyss studio in Sweden, instead of the Finnish ASTIA studio from Anssi Kippo, in which they had recorded all of their previous releases, including the demos from IneartheD. This is rarely mentioned, because Como commonly played down his own achievements. With only two albums recorded previously, the band managed to play a technically flawless concert, seamlessly reproducing and at times improving on their songs. Prior to this, Como battled against Jackie Gleason in what was billed the "Battle of the Giants", and won. In one of these shows, the album Tokyo Warhearts was recorded. His regular television show, at first a spin-off from the Chesterfield Supper Club, continued through the early 1950s, becoming The Perry Como Show, and then for five years The Perry Como Kraft Music Hall; he became the highest paid performer in the history of television to that date, earning mention in the Guinness Book of World Records. In late 1999, Children of Bodom was finally able to tour with Janne on the keyboards. The success of the Downfall single and of the Hatebreeder album allowed them to make three shows in Japan with the veterans from In Flames and with Sinergy. Como's Christmas Concert in Ireland would be his final special and the last of his commercial recordings, although not for his original label RCA Victor.

The band showcased the song Towards Dead End for the first time during this tour. They were recorded from many parts of the world, including England, Rome, Austria, France, and many locations throughout North America. Alexi's then-girlfriend Kimberly Goss (from Sinergy and ex-Dimmu Borgir and Therion) played with them this time around. Following his weekly series, ending in 1963, Como's television specials changed to bi-monthly, then monthly, followed by seasonal specials celebrating Easter, Spring, Thanksgiving, and Christmas festivities, ending in 1987. Their second tour happened in September of the same year, but once more Janne was not able to play with them. He had numerous Christmas television specials, beginning on Christmas Eve, 1948, and continuing to 1994 when his final Christmas Special was recorded in Ireland. He was replaced by Erna Siikavirta - a female pianist who is a friend of the band's and who curently plays with the teatrical band Lordi - for the duration of the tour. Como would record only once more in 1994, but privately, for his well-known Irish Christmas Concert.

They played together with Hypocrisy and a few other bands such as Covenant and Agathodaimon, but suffered from the absence of Janne, who was busy finishing his studies. His recording of "The Wind Beneath My Wings'" was almost autobiographical, and a fitting end to a long and successful recording career. Children of Bodom's first tour happened in February of 1998. For this reason he walked-away from his final studio-produced recordings in the early 1980s, but returned to record a final album with his trusted friend and associate Nick Perito in 1987. The video directed by Mika Lindberg had a slim budget of €1000, but managed to convey the band's style well through the use of simple scenery, in which they play at night, in the cold. Como's recording sessions, previously filled with laughter and joy, had deteriorated into much more sombre occasions. Something Wild was officially released in November of 1997, and for promotional purposes the band recoeded a music video of the song Deadnight Warrior. By the 1980s, the atmosphere of recording had changed dramatically from his early days at RCA Victor.

However, their success was such that the Nuclear Blast label approached them with a contract for an European release; the deal started in the following year. Likewise his television show has achieved a much higher rating than that of any other vocalist to date. With the intention of promoting the upcoming release of Something Wild, the band opened one of the shows from the black metal band Dimmu Borgir. Como was the first artist to have ten records sell more than one million copies. In late 2004, Finnish police arrested the survivor, who is the main suspect of commiting the crime. In 1945, Como recorded the pop ballad "'Til the End of Time" (based on Chopin’s "Polonaise"), which marked the beginning a highly successful career. The murders have remained one of the most widely-discussed cases in Scandinavian history and remained unsolved for more than fourty years. Just as he was about to abandon his singing career once and for all, two NBC producers stepped in, returning him to show business — specifically for the NBC "Supper Club", followed by very successful theatre and night club engagements.

There was a lone survivor, who has lived a relatively normal life afterwards. By this time the erstwhile barber had definitely decided to return to Canonsburg, his family, and his barbering. The story of the Lake Bodom murders goes as follows: on the night of June the 4th of 1960, three teenagers were murdered while on a camping trip to the lake. In 1942 Weems dissolved his band and Como went on to CBS, where he sang for a couple of years without any conspicuous success. A long list of possible names involving the word Bodom was then made, and they settled with Children of Bodom. Their first recording was a novelty tune titled "You Can't Pull the Wool over My Eyes", recorded for the Decca Records label. When they stumbled upon Lake Bodom, they realised it was a name with impact; one which had an interesting story behind it. In 1933 he joined Freddy Carlone's band in Ohio, and three years later moved up to Ted Weems' Orchestra and his first recording dates.

The answer to that problem came as the bandmen looked for good names in their local phone book. After graduation from high school, he opened his own barber's shop. For the band to be able to sign with Spinefarm Records, they were forced to change their name, since the contract with the Belgian label had already been signed under the name of IneartheD. Como was born in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Although he always liked to sing, his first great ambition was to be the best barber in Canonsburg. The later deal was much more interesting for the band, since the Belgian label was offering them close to no help, to the point where they would have to distribute and sell the album themselves. His exclusive recording contract with RCA Victor in 1943 began an association that would last for almost fifty years. Their debut - Something Wild - was supposed to be released by a small Belgian label, but Sami Tenetz (from Thy Serpent) got hold of a copy of their album through the hands of Alexander shortly after IneartheD signed this contract, and sent it to Spinefarm Records' boss, who immediately got interested in signing them for a country-wide release. Perry Como (born Pierino Ronald Como; May 18, 1912–May 12, 2001) was an Italian-American crooner during the last half of the 20th century.

Janne was the component that was missing for IneartheD to assume the style that would later characterize Children of Bodom. With him, the band successfully recorded their first album in the year of 1997 and got a professional deal from it. Zing Zing —Zoom Zoom. So he was fired from the band - albeit not in a hostile manner - and a friend of Jaska's, a talented pianist called Janne "Warman" Wirman, assumed the position of keyboard player. You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart). Alexi wanted to make use of the keyboards more effectively this time around, and Pirisjoki just wasn't fit for the task anymore. You're Nearer (1968) (1987). As a last resort, the band decided to record an independent album, funding all of the production costs themselves, a daring move considering that none of them had much money to begin with. You're Just in Love (I Wonder Why).

It was a harsh time, in which - despite all of their efforts - their music got no exposure and they only managed to play at small events. You're Following Me. This new demo didn't impress record labels much more than the previous ones had, and no label took interest in the young Finnish band. You Made It That Way (Watermelon Summer). With this new line-up, IneartheD recorded their third demo, named Shining. You Are So Beautiful. The person chosen for that role was Jani Pirisjoki. You Are My World.

For some time, Alexi and Jaska played and recorded the keyboard sections of IneartheD's songs separately and later mixed the keyboard track with the other instruments, but in 1996 they felt the need of adding a musician to specialize in keyboards. You'll Always Be My Lifetime Sweetheart. When the band was about to record their second demo, Alexander was invited to join them and soon became an active member of the band. You Alone (Solo Tu) (1953) (1961). Jaska played a French horn in a local big band at the time, and one day - during rehearsal - he met Alexander Kuoppala, who was a trumpet player and also a good guitarist. Yesterday. From then on, Henkka also started doubling as the band's backing vocalist. Yellow Beach Umbrella.

Despite the slight age difference, they got along well and soon Hennka became the band's new bass player. Wrong Rainbow. In junior high, Alexi and Jaska got to know Henkka "Blacksmith" Seppälä, who was one year younger than them. A World of Love (That I Found in Your Arms). Alexi, who previously only composed the melodies of the songs, assumed the role of the band's lyricist. Winter Wonderland (1946) (1959). His last contribution to IneartheD were the lyirics of the songs from their second demo, Ubiguitous Absence of Remission. With All My Heart and Soul.

Samuli was the main composer of the band's lyrics for the two years he took part of IneartheD, but in 1995 his family moved to the USA and there was no way for him to continue in the band. The Wind Beneath My Wings. The band recorded its first demo - entitled Implosion of Heaven - on that same year. Wild Horses. Having known each other since childhood and sharing the same interest for heavy/death metal bands such as Stone, Entombed and Obituary, they formed the original line-up of the band that would later become Children of Bodom together with bassist Samuli Miettinen. Whither Thou Goest. The band was founded in 1993 by guitarist Alexi "Wildchild" Laiho and drummer Jaska Raatikainen under the name of IneartheD. White Christmas (1947) (1959).

Children of Bodom is a Finnish band from the small town of Espoo which is one of the precursors of the melodic death metal style. Where Does a Little Tear Come From?. Waiting, by King Diamond. When You Were Sweet Sixteen. Somebody Put Something In My Drink, by Ramones. When You're In Love. Silent Scream, by Slayer. When You Come to the End of the Day (1952) (1958).

Shot In the Dark, by Ozzy Osbourne. When She Smiles. K. When I Lost You. She Is Beautiful, by Andrew W. When. Rebell Yell, by Billy Idol. What's One More Time?.

No Commands, by Stone. What's New?. Mass Hypnosis, by Sepultura. What Love Is Made Of. Latomeri, by Klamydia. What Kind of Fool Am I?. Hellion, by W.A.S.P. Watermelon Weather (duet with Eddie Fisher).

Don't Stop at the Top, by Scorpions. Wanted. Bed of Nails, by Alice Cooper. Un giorno dopo l'altro (One Day is Like Another). Aces High, by Iron Maiden. Two Loves Have I. Trashed, Lost & Strungout (2004). Two Lost Souls.

You're Better Off Dead! (2002). Turn Around. Hate Me! (2000). Turnaround. Downfall (1998). Tulips and Heather. Children of Bodom (1997). Try to Remember.

Shining (Demo, 1996). Traveling Down a Lonely Road (Love theme from La Strada). Ubiquitous Absence of Remission (Demo, 1995). Toyland. Implosion of Heaven (Demo, 1994). Toselli's Serenade (Dreams and Memories). Hate Crew Deathroll (2003). Tomboy.

Follow the Reaper (2001). To Know You (Is to Love You) (with Ray Charles) (1959). Tokyo Warhearts (Live CD, 1999). To Know You (Is to Love You) (with the Fontane Sisters) (1952). Hatebreeder (1999). To Know You (Is to Love You) (with Betty Hutton) (1952). Something Wild (1997). Together Forever.

Samuli Miettinen - Bass. Tina Marie. Jani Pirisjoki - Keyboards. Till the End of Time. Alexander Kuoppala - Rhythm guitar. This is All I Ask. Jaska Raatikainen - Drums. This is a Great Country.

Henkka Seppälä - 5-string bass. The Things I Didn't Do. Janne Viljami Wirman - Keyboards. They Say It's Wonderful. Roope Latvala - Rhythm guitar. There's No Boat Like a Rowboat. Alexi Laiho - Vocals, lead guitar. There's a Big Blue Cloud (Next to Heaven).

There Never Was a Night So Beautiful. There'll Soon Be a Rainbow. There'll Never Be Another Night Like This. There Is No Christmas Like a Home Christmas (1950) (1968).

That's Where I Came In. That's the Beginning of the End. That's All this Old World Needs. That Ain't All.

Temptation (1945) (1974). Take Me Home. Take a Look at Me. The Sweetest Sounds.

Sweet Adorable You. Surrender. Sunshine Wine. Sunrise, Sunset.

The Summer Wind. Summer Me, Winter Me. The Story of the First Christmas (1959). Stop! and Think It Over.

A Still Small Voice. Stay with Me. Stand Beside Me. Souvenir d'Italie.

Someone is Waiting. Some Children See Him. Somebody Somewhere. Somebody up There Likes Me.

Somebody Makes it So. Somebody Cares. The Songs I Love. Sonata.

Some Enchanted Evening. So It Goes. So Far. Slightly out of Tune (Desafinado).

Silver Bells. She's a Lady (with Betty Hutton). The Shadow of Your Smile. Send in the Clowns.

The Second Time. Seattle. Scarlet Ribbons. Say You're Mine Again.

Save Me the Dance. Santa Lucia. Round and Round. The Rose Tattoo.

Rollin' Stone. Roamin' through the Countryside. Regrets. Rambling Rose (1947).

Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado). Prisoner of Love (1945) (1970). Prayer for Peace. Please Mr Sun.

Pigtails and Freckles. Pianissimo. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps. People.

Patricia. Pardon My English (Samba Torto). Pa-paya Mama. Papa Loves Mambo.

Oowee, Oowee. On the Outgoing Tide. Only One. One More Time (with the Ames Brothers).

One Little Candle. Once upon a Time. Once I Loved (Amor e Paz). O Marienariello (1966) (1970).

O Holy Night (1959) (1968). Oh Marie (1966) (1980). N'yot N'yow (The Pussycat Song). No Well On Earth.

No Other Love. Noodlin' Rag. Nobody But You. My Own Peculiar Way.

My One and Only Heart. My Love and Devotion. My Little Baby. My Favorite Things.

My Cup Runneth Over. My Coloring Book. Not While I'm Around. More Than You Know.

More than Likely. More and More. More. Moon Talk.

Moon River. Moonlight Love. Moonglow and Theme from Picnic. Mi Casa, Su Casa (My House Is Your House).

Meet Me at the Altar. Meditation (Meditacao). Maybe (duet with Eddie Fisher). May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You.

Marie. Maria. Marchin' Along to the Blues. Mandolins in the Moonlight.

Manha de Carnaval (from Black Orpheus). Make Someone Happy. Magic Moments. Love Makes the World Go Round.

Love Is Spreadin' over the World. Love Is a Christmas Rose. Love in a Home. Love Don't Care (Where It Grows!).

Love. The Lord's Prayer (1949) (1959). Look to Your Heart. Look out the Window (and See How I'm Standing in the Rain).

Long Ago (and Far Away). Lollipops and Roses. Little Man You've Had a Busy Day (1946) (1958). Little Boat (O Barquinho).

The Little Drummer Boy. Lili Marlene. Lies. Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk.

The Last Straw (with Betty Hutton). Laroo Laroo Lilli Bolero. Ko-Ko-Mo (I Love You So). Kewpie Doll (with Ray Charles).

Keep It Gay. Just Out of Reach. (Just One Way to Say) I Love You. Just Born (to Be Your Baby).

Juke Box Baby. Jingle Bells. Jason. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (1947).

I Want to Thank Your Folks. I Wanna Go Home (with You). I Wanna Be Around. Ivy Rose.

It Was Such a Good Day. It's Impossible. It's Beginning to Look Like Christmas. It Gets Lonely in the White House.

I Think of You. I Think I Love You. The Island of Forgotten Lovers. Is She the Only Girl in the World?.

I Really Don't Want to Know. In Our Hide-Away (with Sandy Stewart). In These Crazy Times. In the Garden.

(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco. I'm Gonna Love That Gal (Like She's Never Been Loved Before). I'm Confessin' (That I Love You). I May Never Pass this Way Again.

I'm Always Chasing Rainbows. (I Love You) Don't You Forget It. I Love You. I Looked Back.

I'll Remember April. I'll Always Love You. I Know What God Is. I Know.

If You Were the Only Girl. If I'm Lucky. If I Loved You. If.

If (They Made Me a King). I Dream of You (More Than You Dream I Do). I Don't See Me in Your Eyes Any Mmore. I Don't Know What He Told You.

I Cross My Fingers. I Confess. How to Handle a Woman (1967) (1968). How Insensitive.

How Beautiful the World Can Be. Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom). Hopelessly (with the Ames Brothers). Hoop-Dee-Doo.

Honey, Honey (Bless Your Heart) (1957) (1959). (There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays (1954) (1959). Hit and Run Affair. He Who Loves.

He's Got the Whole World in His Hands. Here Comes My Baby (Back Again!). Here Comes That Song Again. Here Comes Heaven.

Hello, Young Lovers (1951) (1960). He Couldn't Love You More (1973). Hearts Will Be Hearts. The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au).

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Have I Stayed away Too Long?. Haunted Heart. A Hatchet, a Hammer, a Bucket of Nails.

Happy Man. Happy Together. Happiness Comes, Happiness Goes (1965) (1967). Gringo's Guitar.

Goodbye, Sue. Goodbye for Now. Glendora. Glad to Be Home.

Give Myself a Party. Give Me Your Hand. The Girl with the Golden Braids. A Garden in the Rain.

Funny How Time Slips Away. Forever and Ever. Forget Domani. Fooled.

Fly Me to the Moon. The First Christmas (c.1950). A Fellow Needs a Girl. The Father of Girls (1967) (1968) (1970).

Far away Places. Fancy Dancer. Empty Pockets Filled with Love. E Lei (To You).

A Dreamer's Holiday. Dream on Little Dreamer. A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes. Dream Along with Me (I'm on My Way to a Star).

Do You Hear What I Hear?. Don't Leave Me. Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes. Dindi.

Dig You Later (A Hubba-Hubba-Hubba ). (Did You Ever Get) That Feeling in the Moonlight. Delaware. Deep in Your Heart.

Days of Wine and Roses. Dancin'. Dance Only with Me. Coo Coo Roo Coo Coo Paloma.

Cominciamo ad amarci. The Colors of My Life. The Christmas Symphony. Christmas Dream.

Christmas Eve. Christmas Bells (In the Steeple). Christ is Born. Chincherinchee.

Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (My Bambino Go to Sleep). Chee Chee-Oo Chee (Sang the Little Bird) (duet with Jaye P. Morgan). Caterina. Catch a Falling Star.

Carnival (1963). Carol Medley (1968). Can't Help Falling in Love. Bye Bye Little Girl.

A Bushel and a Peck (with Betty Hutton). Bummin' Around. Brian's Song (The Hands of Time). Blue Room.

Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song). Beyond Tomorrow (Love Theme from Serpico). The Bells of St Mary's. Because.

Beady Eyed Buzzard. Bali Ha'i. Baia. 'A' — You're Adorable.

Ave Maria (1949) (1959) (1968). As My Love for You. Arrivederci Roma (Goodbye to Rome). Another Go 'Round.

Anema e core. And Roses and Roses. And I Love You So. All Through the Night.

All Through the Day. All at Once You Love Her. Accentuate the Positive (1958) (1980).

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