And I Love You So
And I Love You So was Perry Como's 21st RCA Victor 12-inch long-play album, the 19th recorded in full "living" stereophonic sound.[2]

As with It's Impossible, this album was recorded to be an album with a surprise hit song,[3] in this case, Don McLean's "And I Love You So". Como brought the song to the national top 40 (Number One Easy Listening). Previous versions of the song by Elvis Presley, Bobby Goldsboro and Bobby Vinton had met with mild or no success. Como's version was so successful, RCA asked him to record the song in Spanish. When Como said he didn't speak the language, he received personal Spanish lessons from the head of RCA International to get the record made.[4]
This recording by P V Tanner is dedicated to the great songwriter Don Mclean and to Perry Como one of our finest crooners