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Lp (mono): Columbia CL 1078 (USA)
Lp (stereo): Columbia CS 8039 (USA)

About This Album

Released November 11, 1957 (mono). Stereo mix released in 1958.

Notes from web - need to add these tracks to database;

Warm is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on November 11, 1957, by Columbia Records and, as with his previous LP, Wonderful Wonderful, does not include any of his hit singles but instead focuses primarily on his interpretations of romantic ballads that were already hits for other artists. Two new songs made the final cut, however: the title track and “The Lovely Things You Do”.

“Johnny Mathis released Warm, his sophomore album, in 1957. The album is an example of the classic romantic mood that made Mathis a superstar. The lush, romantic album includes “My One and Only Love” as well as “A Handful of Stars,” “By Myself,” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.” A classic Mathis album with a title track that ranks with “Misty” as one of his best.” (JT Griffith, AMG)

1. Warm 03:28
2. My One and Only Love 03:40
3. Baby, Baby, Baby 03:04
4. A Handful of Stars 03:23
5. By Myself 04:12
6. I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face 03:32
7. Then I’ll Be Tired of You 04:10
8. I’m Glad There Is You 04:06
9. What’ll I Do 02:56
10. The Lovely Things You Do 03:20
11. There Goes My Heart 03:43
12. While We’re Young 02:42