- Compiled and Produced by Dan Rivard
- Digital Audio Restoration: Ken Robertson
- Liner Notes: Gary Theroux
- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
Sylvia Syms was a singer's singer - a supperclub siren with a tough but appealing style that compellingly conveyed the meaning of each lyric. She signed with Columbia Records in 1958, and over the next seven years, recorded seven singles and one LP, "Torch Songs." This CD compiles her non-LP tracks - 13 of those 14 singles sides (the other, "I've Got To Sing A Torch Song," came from the album). In addition is included an unissued alternate take of "Never A Day Goes By" and three other previously unreleased selections. All tracks on this CD are issued here for the first time in stereo.
Personnel includes Sylvia Syms (vocals); Percy Faith & His Orchestra.
Recorded between 1958 & 1965.
Audio Remixer: Ken Robertson.
Liner Note Author: Gary Theroux.
Arrangers: Joe Sherman; Peter Matz.