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Category Archives: 1950s song
The song was written by Ewan MacColl and published by the Workers’ Music Association 1954. Nick Hedges photos were part of a 1966 charity campaign for Shelter.
From my 2005 jokey album Scuffle, Rosco Gordon’s 1951 song Saddle The Cow just goes to show how a hug can change things.
Surprising, perhaps, but this was written for the 1956 musical comedy, ‘Bells Are Ringing’. Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne.
The 1959 film ‘Black Orpheus’ included this Luiz Bonfa and Antonio Maria Sigman song and began the craze for bossa nova (new trend). I wanted to sing this the way it was intended to be heard, in Portuguese, but was nervous … Continue reading
Pianist Errol Garner wrote Misty as an instrumental in 1954 but Johnny Burke’s lyrics and Johnny Mathis’ recording brought it to world acclaim in 1959 and has since been recorded many times and sold many millions. There’s more about this … Continue reading
Frank Loesser’s brilliant song from his 1950 musical, Guys And Dolls. There’s more about this album on Albums 6 in the menu.