Week 171 – A Musical Portrait Of The 1950’s

On this week’s show we visit the musical word of the 1950’s, arguably the last decade of popular light music. Tracks incude Be My Love, Forgotten Dreams, a selection from Guys & Dolls and many more!

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Happy Listening!

Music played –

Ernest Broadbent – Marching Strings – EMI/One-Up 1974

Simon Gledhill – Be My Love – BBC 1989

George Wright -Lullaby Of Birdland – Dot Records

Len Rawle – Cry Me A River – TWS 1997

Jospeh Seal – ‘Guys And Doll’s’ Selection: Guys And Doll’s/A Woman I Love/Take Back Your Mink/Sit Down You’re Rocking The Boat/I’ll Know/If I Were A Bell – Parlophone circa 1958

Jelani Eddington – Forgotten Dreams – RJE Productions 2006

Robert Wolfe – Side Saddle/China Tea/Old Pianna Rag – Thursford 1989



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