|A||I Could Have Danced All Night
Written-By – Lerner / Loewe*
|B||Disco Polka (Pennsylvania Polka)
Written-By – Lester Lee , Zeke Manners
|TR 001||Bobby Vinton||I Could Have Danced All Night / Disco Polka (Pennsylvania Polka) (7", Mono, Promo)||Tapestry Records||TR 001||US||1979|
Bobby Vinton Plays For His Li'l Darlins. Well I Ask Ya" b/w "Hip-Swinging, High Stepping Drum Majorette" Both sides with Bill Ramal - - Non-album tracks. Roses Are Red (My Love)" b/w "You and I" (Non-album track). Disco Polka (Pennsylvania Polka)" b/w "I Could Have Danced All Night" - "He" b/w "My First and Only Love".
I Could Have Danced All Night, Disco Polka. 322 566 BF. Bobby Vinton And His Orchestra. A Freshman And A Sophomore, The Sheik (7", Single, Mono).
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The Bobby Vinton Show (album). The Bobby Vinton Show was Bobby Vinton's twenty-seventh studio album and his third studio album for ABC Records. It was released in 1975. It features 13 songs that were sung by Vinton on his half-hour variety show of the same name. The album begins with the show's theme song, an instrumental version of Vinton's huge hit "My Melody of Love"; otherwise the remainder of the tracks are cover versions of popular songs of the 1960s and early 1970s