All major credit cards accepted - payments are facilitated by PayPal







Sepia Records Ltd.
96 Tubbs Road
NW10 4SB

Registered in England and Wales, company number 4436472


1. What Every Woman Knows 2:42
2. I've Got Some Forgetting To Do 2:53
3. Can't Help Lovin' That Man 2:36
4. The First Time I Kissed You 2:36
5. There's A Man In My Life 3:09
6. Twelve O'clock Flight 2:22
7. Ready Set Go 2:20
8. Give Me Time 2:53
9. Tomorrow Night 3:15
10. My Sweet Adair 3:04
11. It Started All Over Again 3:28
12. All My Love Belongs To You 2:29
13. Say Something Sweet To Your Sweetheart with Vic Damone 3:02
14. Bonus Track: Patti Page And Vic Damone Interview 3:48
15. So In Love 3:00
16. You Was with Vic Damone 2:22
17. Yes, Yes, Yes with Vic Damone 2:35
18. My Dream Is Yours 2:26
19. Just One Way To Say I Love You 2:34
20. Dear Hearts And Gentle People 2:14
21. I'm Gonna Paper All My Walls With Love Letters 2:48
22. Sentimental Music 2:58
23. I Love You Because 2:31
24. One Sweet Letter 2:21
25. Love, Where Are You Now 2:35
26. My Jealous Eyes 2:46


Title: Ready, Set, Go with Patti Page
Artist: Patti Page
Catalogue No: SEPIA 1022
Barcode: 5055122110224
Release Date: 8 September 2003

Born Clara Anne Fowler in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Patti Page received her first break while in high school when she performed on Tulsa station KTUL. The Page Milk Company sponsored the radio program which gave rise to her professional singing name Patti Page.

Patti relocated to Chicago where she was then offered a recording contract and for the first time in musical history, the record label listed the singers as "Patti Page, Patti Page, Patti Page and Patti Page" on a release. It created a great stir since it was one of the first multi-track vocal recordings, in which Patti appeared to be singing duets with herself.

Throughout the 1950s Patti Page sold more records than any other female vocalist but admittedly the majority of her hits were "novelty" numbers ("The Doggie In The Window", "Mister And Mississippi", "Mockingbird Hill" etc) and critics often dismissed her ability, failing to recognise that given a "standard" tune Patti was a more than capable singer.

As the majority of her hits can be found on recent compilations we have featured recordings from her "earlier" period including the very rare "What Every Woman Knows", possibly her first 78 for Mercury, and a fair number of standards that have not appeared on CD before. Patti won her first Grammy Award in 1999 and still performs today sounding as good as she was in these recordings from over fifty years ago.

© 2002 - 2009 Sepia Records Ltd.