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"Just Plain Old Music"

Started by RAMMEL, June 12, 2016, 10:41:06 PM

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Martin Denny had a couple of hits here, way back in the 50's?   The only one I remember was  Ebb Tide,  but I'm not sure that was MD?


Ebb Tide - The Platters  1960      ( my favourite version  of the two )


Ebb Tide - The Righteous Brothers came along 5 years later 1965


Quote from: Marilyne on June 08, 2024, 12:14:18 AMMartin Denny had a couple of hits here, way back in the 50's?   The only one I remember was  Ebb Tide,  but I'm not sure that was MD?

Quite a few people, including Denny, have done that one. Martin Denny's big hit was a cover of Les Baxter's "Quiet Village".


A funny song from Austrian singer Andy Fisher. I don't know much about Fisher but apparently he recorded quite a few novelty songs in the 60s. I found him after stumbling across the French song "Monsieur Cannibale" a couple years ago (and yes it's as weird as you'd expect with a title like that) - Fisher recorded an English version of the song.


June 7th, was the Birthday of the late singer, actor and comedian,  Dean Martin.  He was born in 1917, and died in 1995, at the age of 78.  I appreciate his songs and his humor, more now than I did when he was living.  Here's one of my favorites. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You


A really unusual version of the classic Bob Willis tune "San Antonio Rose". Great rendition, just a far cry from the western swing style of the original.


A song based on a classical music work which in turn was based on a Neapolitan folk song. You might also known this melody as "My Hat, It Has Three Corners"...





Always loved "The Quiet Village".  thank you.


Here's another great instrumental from 1959. This hit #15 on the charts in the US and was the only hit the group ever had.