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In the Land of Hi-Fi was a Patti Page album issued by Mercury Records on its EmArcy label. The catalog number of the monaural version, first released in 1956, was MG-36074, and of the stereophonic version, released in 1958, it was SR-80000. The album was Page's first release on the EmArcy label, generally used by Mercury as a label for jazz albums.
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The album was Page's first release on the EmArcy label, generally used by Mercury as a label for jazz albums. Patti Page with Pete Rugolo and His Orchestra, Fresh Sound Records 2009. In the Land of Hi Fi. v. t. e. Patti Page.
A better title for this album might have been Patti Page Tries to Pull a Sinatra, as she delves into swinging jazz, seemingly far removed from "Doggie in the Window" and much of her other pop material from this period. The original notes on In the Land of Hi-Fi tell the reader that Patti Page "has never been too far removed from jazz. That's not in dispute, since she came of age in a time - the big-band era - when the influence of jazz was at its peak. But she is fundamentally a pop singer, regardless of her influences or the rhythmic qualities of her phrasing.
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