Chris Montez told Record World that Herb Alpert helped him choose the songs he recorded. "The [old tunes] were all new to me. Herb hummed the first one for me, and I just thought it sounded pretty."
On September 17, 1966 "There Will Never Be Another You" peaked at #4 on Billboard's Easy Listening chart.
On November 26, 1966 "Time After Time" entered Billboard's Easy Listening chart at #36.
"The More I see You" was #3 in South Africa in November 1966 and #7 in Rio de Janeiro in December 1966.
Chris Montez was to release a single, "Twiggy (I'll Remember You)" from the "Twiggy in New York" television special that aired on April 27, 1967.
- Chris Montez: The Oldies Are Goodies for A&M Star. Doug McClelland. Record World. December 3, 1966.
- Team Does 'Twiggy.' Billboard, April 29, 1967, 8.