This Is What I Call Love - The RCA Victor Debut Recordings (2007)

This Is What I Call Love, Cover art This Is What I Call Love, Alternative cover art

Help Yourself
I Went To The Village
Rebel In Town
I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Don't Cry Baby
This Is What I Call Love

What's Good About Goodbye
(H. Arlen-L. Robin) (from the Universal-International film "Casbash")
My Shining Hour
(H. Arlen-I. Mercer) (from the RKO film "The Sky's the Limit")
It's Only A Paper Moon
(H. Arlen-O. Rose-E.Y. Harburg) (from the Paramount film "Take a Chance")
A Sleeping Bee
(H. Arlen-T. Capote) (from the Broadway Musical "House of Flowers")
You're A Builder-Upper
(H.Arlen-I.Gershwin-E.Y.Harburg)  (from the Musical Revue "Life Begins at 8:40")
Out Of This World
(H.Arlen-J.Mercer) (from the Paramount film "Out of This World")
Hit The Road To Dreamland
(H. Arlen-J. Mercer) (from the Paramount film "Star Spangled Rhythm")
Come Rain Or Come Shine
(H.Arlen -J.Mercer) (from the Broadway Musical "St. Louis Woman)
I Wonder What Became Of Me 
(H.Arlen-J.Mercer) (from the Broadway Musical "St. Louis Woman")
Down With Love
(H.Arlen-E.Y.Harburg)  (from the Broadway Musical "Hooray for What?")
Over The Rainbow
(H.Arlen-E.Y.Harburg) (from the MGM film "The Wizard of Oz")
Let's Take The Long Way Home
(from the Paramount film "Here Come the Waves")


Tracks 1 & 2 recorded December 1955, with Joe Reisman and his Orchestra.
Tracks 3 & 4 recorded May 1956, with Joe Reisman and his Orchestra.
Tracks 5 & 6 recorded November 1956, with Joe Reisman and his Orchestra.
Tracks 7 to 18 recorded November 1956 with Ralph Burns and his Orchestra.
All tracks recorded in New York.

This is an expanded edition of the 1957 album, Diahann Carroll Sings Harold Arlen Songs. It includes the 12 tracks from that album, plus a couple of early singles also recorded for RCA Victor.
Released on Flare Records, ROYCD 260, and made in the U.K. Pictured above is also the alternative cover art. Notice that the title on this edition is "This is What I Call Love - The Debut Recordings".