|Today My Way|
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|Label||Columbia CS 9561|
|Patti Page chronology|
Today My Way was a studio album by Patti Page, released by Columbia Records. It was originally released in October 1967 as a vinyl LP.The album was a collection of Page's interpretations of popular middle-of-the-road and country hits of the era.
The album was reissued, combined with the 1970 Patti Page album Honey Come Back, in compact disc format, by Collectables Records on November 25, 2003. In addition, three bonus tracks were added to the CD: "Up, Up and Away" and "On the Other Side" (after the 11 tracks of this album) and "Toy Balloon" (after the tracks from Honey Come Back).
|1||All the Time||Mel Tillis, Wayne P. Walker||2:41|
|2||In the Chapel in the Moonlight||Billy Hill||2:52|
|3||(Darlin') What's She Got That I Ain't Got||Leon Ashley, Margie Singleton||3:02|
|4||I Haven't Anything Better to Do||Paul Vance, Lee Pockriss||3:42|
|5||I Take It Back||Buddy Buie, James Cobb||2:35|
|6||There Goes My Everything||Dallas Frazier||2:47|
|7||Gentle On My Mind||John Hartford||2:37|
|8||Don't Sleep in the Subway||Tony Hatch, Jackie Trent||2:56|
|9||Same Old You||Ruth Ann Roberts||2:33|
|10||Can't Take My Eyes Off You||Bob Crewe, Bob Gaudio||3:14|
|11||Excuse Me||Don Addrisi, Dick Addrisi||2:11|
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The albums discography of American singer Patti Page contains 47 studio albums, 40 compilation albums, two live albums, three video albums, one box set and has made four album appearances. Page's self-titled debut studio album was released in 1950 and featured several of her charting singles from the previous two years. Mercury Records released all of Page's albums during the fifties decade. Many of the album were centered around themes, such as 1951's Folk Song Favorites and Christmas with Patti Page. Only some of her studio albums featured her popular singles, such as 1952's Tennessee Waltz. Instead, her singles were collected on a series of compilations such as 1955's Page 1 – A Collection of Her Most Famous Songs. Three more of these compilations appeared. The 1956 concept studio album, Manhattan Tower, was Page's first to make any album chart. It reached number 18 on the Billboard 200. Several more studio albums appeared on Mercury through 1959.