Standard 50’s Music!

The music and stars listed here are mostly of rock n roll of that was out when I was growing up, But there was a lot of great standard music from the area and music stars with hits on the radio, Like the great Pattie Page who sang the great “The Tennessee Waltz”  “Old Cape Code” and more. The Four Lads had a number of hits like “Moments To Remember” “No Not Much”. and others.

The great Nat King Cole had “Unforgettable” The Lovely “Mona Lisa” “Too Young” “Smile” Perry Como had hits like “Catch a Falling Star” “Papa Loves Mombo” “Round and Round” Who sang standards better than Frank Sinatra “Young At Heart” “Witch Craft” “Tony Bennett” “Because of You” “Rags to Riches” “Cold Cold Heart” “Rosemary Clooney” Come On-My House” “Mambo Italiano” “Dean Martin” “That’s Amore”.
Yes They were very much a part of the wonderful 1950’s and many more,the 1950’s would not be the same without their contribution of great standard music!


One comment on “Standard 50’s Music!”
  1. retrodee says:

    I like that song by The Four Lads: “Somebody Loves Me”, they play it on Malt Shop Favorites, and it’s the oldest song on that channel! Tony Bennett is ALWAYS great, he is performing still I think. Amazing! I also like Dean Martin, I have 2 of his Christmas albums. Great section on Standard Music! (I didn’t know what to call it before.) 🙂 Thanks!

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