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1949 HITS ARCHIVE: Careless Hands - Mel Torme (a #1 record)

Today in our homes were filled with the newest hit from Peggy Lee, Manana - I bet lots of you had this on 78 in your homes during the

1948 HITS ARCHIVE: Ballerina - Vaughn Monroe (his original #1 version)

The Dickey-Bird Song (Dietz-Fain) by Freddy Martin & his Orchestra, vocal by Glenn Hughes and The Martin Men (CD audio source) A charted best-seller (one.

▶ 1945 HITS ARCHIVE: Moonlight In Vermont - Margaret Whiting & Billy Butterfield Orch. - YouTube

Moonlight In Vermont (Suessdorf-Blackburn) by Billy Butterfield & his Orchestra, vocal by Margaret Whiting (CD audio source) TIP: Click this link to browse .

1948 HITS ARCHIVE: Ballerina - Vaughn Monroe (his original #1 version)

Ballerina (Sigman-Russell) by Vaughn Monroe & his Orchestra, vocal by Vaughn Monroe (CD audio source) As 1947 came to an end, this memorable Monroe hit had b.

1949 HITS ARCHIVE: You're Breaking My Heart - Vic Damone (his original #...

The Aba Daba Honeymoon (Fields-Donovan) by Richard Hayes and Kitty Kallen, orchestra and chorus conducted by George Siravo (CD audio source) This version of .

LISTEN  to ...ALLEY CAT....Musician/composer/orchestra leader Bent Fabric  Born 12-7 -1924 - he's best known world wide for his 1962 hit song - "Alley Cat"

Musician/composer/orchestra leader Bent Fabric Born - he's best known world wide for his 1962 hit song - "Alley Cat"

The Teddy Bears - To know him is to love him  (HQ)

From 1958 - here's The Teddy Bears singing a old Valentine song to you -- 'To Know Him Is To Love Him.' (Did you know one of the Teddy Bears is music producer Phil Spector?

If you were born in 1952 and your folks liked country-western music - they were hearing the great Hank Williams newest record 'Jambalaya'

It’s Only Make Believe (Twitty-Nance) by Conway Twitty TIP: Click this link to browse through all 188 videos of the 1958 HITS ARCHIVE collection, alphabetica.

1958 HITS ARCHIVE: It’s All In The Game - Tommy Edwards (his original #1 version) - YouTube

It’s All In The Game (Dawes-Sigman) by Tommy Edwards, orchestra and chorus conducted by Leroy Holmes See also the 1951 HITS ARCHIVE for Tommy’s earlier recor.

We 'discovered' Sam Cooke in 1957 with this hit that took him to No 1 that year - 'You Send Me'

You Send Me (Cook) by Sam Cooke, with The Pied Pipers, orchestra conducted by Bumps Blackwell (CD audio source) Sam’s familiar signature tune was his only Bi.

Duke Ellington - "I Let A Song Go Out My Heart" #jazz #vintage

Swing / Jazz I Let A Song Go Out My Heart Absolutely no copyright infringement is intended. All images, audio, and video clips are the sole property of.

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