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1. Egbert The Easter Egg - Betty Clooney 
2. You're All I See - Betty Clooney 
3. I Idolize You - Betty Clooney 
4. Sin In Satin - Betty Clooney 
5. A Great Big City Boy Like You - Betty Clooney 
6. How Many Sweethearts Have I? - Betty Clooney 
7. My Love Is A Wanderer - Betty Clooney 
8. Ko Ko Mo (I Love You So) - Betty Clooney & Bill Darnell 
9. So All Alone - Betty Clooney & Bill Darnell 
10. Kiki - Betty Clooney 
11. Just To Belong To You - Betty Clooney 
12. I Love You A Mountain - Betty Clooney 
13. Can't Do Without You - Betty Clooney 
14. Happy Birthday, My Darling - Rosemary Clooney 

Rosemary Clooney At The London Palladium, 1955
15. From This Moment On 
16. Tenderly 
17. It's De-Lovely 18. Love, You Didn't Do Right By Me 
19. This Ole House 
20. You Make Me Feel So Young 
21. Danny Boy 
22. Hits Medley: Come On-A My House / Botch-A-Me / Mambo Italiano 
23. Where Will The Dimples Be? 
24. Brahm's Lullaby 
25. When You Love Someone - Rosemary Clooney 
26. Learnin' The Blues - Rosemary Clooney 
27. Mr. And Mrs. - Rosemary Clooney & José Ferrer 
28. Sisters - Rosemary & Betty Clooney 

Title: Sisters
Artist: Rosemary & Betty Clooney
Catalogue No: SEPIA 1070
Barcode: 5055122110705
Release Date: 2 May 2006

The Clooney Sisters - Rosemary and Betty - toured and recorded with the Tony Pastor band when they were both teenagers. On some occasions Rosemary was given solo material and when it became apparent that she was a major solo star in the making, and not wishing to hold her back, Betty returned to Ohio where she sang on local radio before moving to television.

After The Clooney Sisters disbanded in 1949, Rosemary went on to super stardom in the 1950s and her life story has often been narrated from the golden days through the dark days at the end of the sixties and to her rebirth at the end of the seventies when she resumed a career that would last until her death in 2002.

Betty's own TV show was entitled "Teen Time" and she started to slowly build a career of her own as a vocalist. There were occasional link ups with Rosemary, the odd recording together and standing in for Rosie when she became ill. By the mid 1950s Betty had recorded for several labels. She was also starring on Jack Parr's "Morning Show" before moving to CBS TV and Radio in the daily Robert Q. Lewis show whilst living in New York. And then she retired from show business to raise her family. How sad it was then that Betty died of a brain aneurism in 1976 at the age of just 45. Following this Rosemary founded a living memorial to her sister with the Betty Clooney Centre in Long Beach, California for brain injured young adults.

Our set opens with 13 tracks by Betty followed by the whole of the Rosemary Clooney live concert album at the London Palladium in 1955 before the CD concludes with them signing off on a number together. Well, what else could it be? Sisters - there were never such devoted sisters.

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