- Produced By: Dan Rivard
- Liner Notes: Al Fichera
- Tracks 1-4, 12, 13 & 15, Orchestra under the direction of Jimmy Carroll
- Tracks 5 & 6, With the Norman Leyden Orchestra & Chorus
- Tracks 9-11, With Ray Conniff & His Orchestra and Chorus
- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
Born in Paulsboro, NJ in 1936, Joan Weber was only eighteen years old when her manager brought her to the Brill Building in New York City and was able to catch the attention of Charles Randolph Green, a musician and producer who worked for RCA and Dot Records. Green introduced Weber to Mitch Miller, head of A&R at Columbia, who chose the song "Let Me Go Lover" for her first single release. As a result of the single being featured on CBS' "Studio One" series, the single rocketed to #1 in the U.S., and also charted in the U.K. Later, that song would be covered by such singers as Teresa Brewer, Peggy Lee, Patti Page, Hank Snow, Dean Martin, Connie Francis and Ann Margret.
- 2.Let Me Go Lover
- 3.It May Sound Silly
- 4.Call Me Careless
- 5.Lover - Lover (Why Must We Part)
- 6.Tell The Lord
- 7.Don't Throw My Love Away
- 8.Anything, Everything For Love
- 9.Rock Talk
- 10.Goodbye Lollipops, Hello Lipstick (I'm Not A Baby Anymore)
- 11.What Should A Teen Heart Do?
- 13.A Love That's A Lie
- 14.Who'll Be My Judge
- 15.Saturday Lover - Sunday Stranger
Liner Note Author: Al Fichera.
Recording information: 09/10/1954-02/03/1957.