Originally issued in Japan on MGM ZS 5002 with only eight tracks.,Lipstick On Your Collar", recorded in 1959, was a worldwide hit and reached the #5 position in Billboard and #3 in England. It is a Rock n Roll classic.,Te quiro, dijiste", recorded in 1960, stems from one of Connies best selling albums, ,Connie Francis Sings Spanish And Latin American Favorites", a huge success in the Latin American countries and in Spain.,Where The Boys Are" (1960) was the title song from the movie of the same name and a million seller; it was the first movie role for Connie. The movie went to become one of the top grossing films of the year, whilst the song was a worldwide hit, with top positions in countries such as Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Peru, New Zealand, The Philippines and South Africa. It is popular until today in the gay community and Connie used to introduce the song in her live appearances with: ,Ladies and Gentlemen - the gay national anthem!".,Anema e core", recorded in 1959, is a song from Connies most successful US album, ,Connie Francis Sings Italian Favorites" MGM E/SE 3791.The Spanish version of ,Malaguea", recorded in 1960 (in 1966, Connie recorded the song with German lyrics) is another song from one of Connies best selling album, ,Connie Francis Sings Spanish And Latin American Favorites", a huge success in the Latin American countries and in Spain.,Mama", recorded in 1959, is one of Connies million sellers and was popular all over the world. In Connies own words, it is a song ,I never grow tired of singing". The song originates from the 1940s and was first made pupular by Beniamino Gigli.,Clementine" is one of the selections to be found on Connies 1961 U.S. album ,Connie Francis Sings Folk Song Favorites" on MGM E/SE 3969, featuring The Jordanaires as background singers.,Tennessee Waltz" stems from Connies first Country & Western album, ,Country & Western Golden Hits" on MGM E/SE 3795 and was recorded in1959.