HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC - part 270

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 PART 270
 EDDIE FISHER - Downhearted (1952)
 PERRY COMO & FONTANE SISTERS - Silver and Gold (1952)
 DINAH SHORE - Honeysuckle Rose (1956)
 PATTI PAGE - Changing Partners (1956)
 BOBBY DARIN - Dream lover (1959)
 THE FLEETWOODS Come Softly to Me (1959) 
 JIMMY CLANTON & SANDY STEWART - Don't You Know (1959)
 PAUL & PAULA - Hey Paula (1962)
 Edwi "Eddie" Fisher was an American singer and entertainer, who was one of the world's most famous and successful singers in the 1950s, selling millions of records and having his own TV show.He had seventeen songs in the Top 10 on the music charts between 1950 and 1956 and thirty-five in the Top 40. "Downhearted" is a popular song, written by Harry Ruby.Hit versions of the song were recorded by Eddie Fisher and Don Cherry.
 "Honeysuckle Rose" is a 1928 song composed by Fats Waller, with lyrics written by Andy Razaf. "Honeysuckle Rose" is often considered a masterpiece as evidenced by the number and quality of musicians who cover the classic. Fats Waller's 1934 recording was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.Nell Carter and Andre DeShields won a Grammy for their recording with the original cast of "Ain't Misbehavin." 
 "Changing Partners" is a pop song with music by Larry Coleman and lyrics by Joe Darion. It was published in 1953. The best-known recording was made by Patti Page. It was also recorded the same year by Dinah Shore, Kay Starr, and Bing Crosby. The version by Patti Page was recorded on September 21, 1953 and released by Mercury Records. It started on the Billboard charts on November 21, 1953, staying on the chart for 21 weeks and reaching #3 in 1954.
 "Dream Lover" is a song written and recorded by Bobby Darin on March 5, 1959.The song became a multi-million seller, reaching #2 in US charts and was #1 in UK for three weeks during July 1959. 
 "Come Softly to Me" is a popular song originally written as "Come Softly" by Gretchen Christopher and performed by The Fleetwoods. Released in 1959, the single reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in April. The song has been covered by other artists, including Sandy Salisbury, Bob Welch, Frankie Vaughan with The Kaye Sisters, who had a chart hit in the United Kingdom with it, and The New Seekers, whose version reached No. 95 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 20 on the UK charts in 1972-73.
 "Hey Paula" is a song recorded by Paul & Paula. It hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on the week ending February 9, 1963, and also made it to number one on the Hot R&B Singles chart
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 TOTAL LIST (23.10.2010)
 
 HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC 
 The Roots of Rock 'n' Roll: 
 
06. THE FIFTIES
 The 1950s offered a combination of sounds for everyone. Rock 'n roll, rhythm and blues, love songs, jazz (first Newport Festival), calypso (Harry Belafonte), and musicals were all popular. Records rather than air play began to determine the popularity of a song. Hit makers were Johnny Ray, Patti Page, Nat King Cole, Teresa Brewer,Tony Bennett, Perry Como, Pat Boone, Doris Day, Eddie Fisher, Frankie Laine, Dean Martin , and Peggy Lee. Groups were popular, including the Platters, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Ames Brothers , Four Aces, Buddy Holly and many others made the huge number of decade hits.In 1956, Elvis became the first rock star. Black recording artists Chuck Berry and Fats Domino became rock 'n roll stars. Color TV became a major influence, stereos were offered for sale, the first Grammy (1959) was given. 
06.01. "FEEL GOODΓΓé¼┬¥ TUNES OF THE FIFTIES AND EARLY SIXTIES 
 
 Light melodies, sweet lyrics, wholesome singers. Innocent and inoffensive songs. All of this can be said about the music of the Early Fifties. Most of the songs of the Early Fifties were "feel-good" tunes, which genuinely reflected the mood of post World War II America. Artists like Pat Boone , Rosemary Clooney, Dean Martin and Perry Como dominated pop charts.
 PEGGY LEE & DAVE BARBOUR - I COVER THE WATERFRONT (1950)
 PATTI PAGE - TENNESSEE WALTZ (1950)
 GENE KELLY - SINGINΓΓé¼Γäó IN THE RAIN (1952)
 EDDIE FISHER - DOWNHEARTED (1952)
 PERRY COMO & FONTANE SISTERS - SILVER AND GOLD (1952)
 DEAN MARTIN - THAT'S AMORE (1953)
 ROSEMARY CLOONEY - MAMBO ITALIANO (1954) 
 PEGGY LEE - JOHNNY GUITAR (1955) 
 DINAH SHORE - HONEYSUCKLE ROSE (1956)
 PATTI PAGE - CHANGING PARTNERS (1956)
 DEAN MARTIN - MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS (1956)
 MARIO LANZA & LUISA DI MEO - ARRIVEDERCI ROMA (1958) 
 DOMENICO MODUGNO ΓΓé¼ΓÇ£ VOLARE (1958)
 LOUIS PRIMA - BUONA SERA SIGNORINA (1958)
 BOBBY DARIN - DREAM LOVER (1959)
 THE FLEETWOODS - COME SOFTLY TO ME (1959) 
 DEAN MARTIN - MAMBO ITALIANO 
 DEAN MARTIN - Medley : VOLARE & EVENING IN ROMA 
 PEGGY LEE & FRANK SINATRA - NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT (1962)
 PAUL & PAULA - HEY PAULA (1962)
 DEAN MARTIN - EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY (1964)
 
06.02 POP MUSIC (1955 -1959) 
 
 In the South, where Country and Western had ruled the charts, Sam Phillips opened the Memphis Recording Service - the first place a black musician could go to record. His motto, "We Record Anything, Anywhere, Anytime." During the summer of 1953, Elvis Presley came to the Memphis Recording Service to make a record, ostensibly for his mother's birthday, but with hope of being discovered. In this initial session Elvis recorded "My Happiness" and "That's When Your Heartaches Begin.
 ELVIS PRESLEY - LOVE ME (1956)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - LOVE ME TENDER (1956)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - DON'T BE CRUEL (1956)
 RICKY NELSON - A TEENAGER'S ROMANCE (1957)
 RICKY NELSON - BYE BYE LOVE (1957)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - TEDDY BEAR (1957)
 . PAUL ANKA - DIANA (1957)
 RICKY NELSON - LONESOME TOWN (1958)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - TROUBLE (1958) 
 CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - LIVING DOLL (1959)
 CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - TRAVELLIN' LIGHT (1959) 
 CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - LOVE (1959)
 EDDIE COCHRAN - TEENAGE HEAVEN (1959) 
 PAUL ANKA - LONELY BOY (1959)
 CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS - THE YOUNG ONES (1960)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - WOODEN HEART (1960)
 ROY ORBISON - ONLY THE LONLEY (1960)
 ROY ORBISON - RUNNING SCARED (1961)
 RICKY NELSON - TRAVELING MAN (1961)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE (1961)
 BRIAN HYLAND - SEALED WITH A KISS (1962)
 RICKY NELSON - YOUNG WORLD (1962)
 RICKY NELSON - IT'S UP TO YOU (1962)
 RICKY NELSON - I WILL FOLLOW YOU (1963)
 TRINI LOPEZ - AMERICA (1963)
06.03. ROCK AND ROLL & ROCKABILLY 
 In Chicago, two brothers, Phil and Leonard Chess took the best of the black bluesmen performing in their nightclub and began recording them on their Chess label. Chess Records, a storefront on Cottage Avenue in the "Little Mississippi" area of Chicago, was already home to the great Muddy Waters. About this time, a Cleveland DJ named Alan Freed began playing Black R&B tunes. Freed moved his show to New York in 1954 and began including live performances, especially of the artists with the vocal harmonies he favored. His called this sound Rock and Roll. Fittingly, he is the first Rock DJ. And many consider his Moondog Coronation Ball, held March 21st, 1952 in Cleveland, to be the very birthdate of Rock and Roll.
 Rock and roll is a genre of popular music that evolved in the United States in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Its roots lay mainly in blues, rhythm and blues, country, folk, gospel, and jazz. The style subsequently spread to the rest of the world and developed further, leading ultimately to modern rock music. 
 Rockabilly is one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music, and emerged in the early 1950s. The term rockabilly is a portmanteau of rock and hillbilly, the latter a reference to the country music (often called hillbilly music in the 1940s and 1950s) that contributed strongly to the style's development. Other important influences on rockabilly include western swing, boogie woogie, and rhythm and blues. Many popular rock and roll singers of the time, such as Fats Domino, Chuck Berry and Little Richard, came out of the black rhythm and blues tradition, making the music attractive to white audiences, and are not usually classed as "rockabilly".
 Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Roy Orbison, Sam Cooke, The Coasters, Carl Perkins, Buddy Holly, Billy Haley & The Comets, The Everly Brothers, Rickie Nelson, Little Richard, LaVern Baker .............
 BILL HAYLEY & HIS COMETS - ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK (1954)
 CHUCK BERRY - MAYBELLENE (1955)
 BO DIDDLEY - BO DIDDLEY (1955)
 GENE VINCENT - BE-BOP-A-LULA (1956)
 LITTLE RICHARD - LONG TALL SALLY (1956)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - HEARTBREAK HOTEL (1956)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - HOUND DOG (1956) 
 EDDIE COCHRAN - TWENTY FLIGHT ROCK (1956)
 ELVIS PRESLEY - JAILHOUSE ROCK (1957) 
 ELVIS PRESLEY - TOO MUCH (1957)
 BUDDY HOLLY & THE CRICKETS - PEGGY SUE (1957)
 EDDIE COCHRAN - SUMMERTIME BLUES (1958)
 EDDIE COCHRAN - C'MON EVERYBODY (1958)
 JERRY LEE LEWIS - BREATHLESS (1958)
 CARL PERKINS - GLAD ALL OVER (1958)
 DANNY & THE JUNIORS - ROCK & ROLL IS HERE TO STAY (1958)
 DUANNE EDDY - REBEL ROUSER (1958)
 CHUCK BERRY - JOHNNY B.GOODE (1958) 
 06.04 ROCKABILLY REVIVAL 
 Rockabilly Revival early 1970s (return to the simple, loud, fast, emotionally-direct music of early rock and roll). Some musicians stripped their sound down to three chords, loud guitars, and shouted lyrics, creating early punk rock. Other musicians turned back to the original rock and roll music of the 1950s for inspiration, and in the late 1970s, an underground rockabilly revival began to emerge. 
 BO DIDDLEY - HEY BO DIDDLEY (1969)
 THE HOUSESHAKERS - BE-BOP-A-LULA (1972)
 HEINZ BURT - C'MON EVERYBODY (1972)
 BO DIDDLEY - ROAD RUNNER (1972)
 BILL HAYLEY & HIS COMETS - ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK (1972) 
 LITTLE RICHARD - LUCILLE (1972) 
 BO DIDDLEY - BO DIDDLEY (1985)
 BO DIDDLEY - BO PUT THE ROCK IN ROCK & ROLL (1985)
 BO DIDDLEY - GUNSLINGER (1985)
 CHUCK BERRY - BIO (1986)
 CHUCK BERRY - CAROL (1987)
 CHUCK BERRY - ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN (1987)
06.05. DOO-WOP 
 Doo-wop is a style of vocal-based rhythm and blues music, which developed in African-American communities in the 1940s and which achieved mainstream popularity in the 1950s and 1960s With its smooth, consonant vocal harmonies, doo-wop was one of the most mainstream, pop-oriented R&B styles of the 1950s and 1960s.. There is confusion regarding which recording was the "first" to contain the phrase "doo-wop". There is general acknowledgement that the first hit record to use the syllables "doo-wop" in the refrain was the 1955 hit, "When You Dance" by The Turbans, in which the chant "doo-wop" can clearly be heard . Important African American doo-wop groups included The Marcels, The Coasters, The Drifters, The Moonglows, Clovers, ΓΓé¼╦£Little Anthony and the Imperials,The "5" Royales , The Flamingos , The Dells, The Cadillacs, The Midnighters and The Platters.
 THE PLATTERS - ONLY YOU (1956)
 THE PLATTERS - SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES (1958) 
 JACKIE WILSON - LONELY TEARDROPS (1958)
 JIMMY CLANTON & SANDY STEWART - DONΓΓé¼┬¥T YOU KNOW (1959)
 JACKIE WILSON - I'M COMINΓΓé¼Γäó ON BACK TO YOU (1961) 
 GENE CHANDLER - DUKE OF EARL
 THE PLATTERS - THE GREAT PRETENDER
06.06. SOUL MUSIC 
 Soul music has its roots in gospel music and rhythm and blues. The hard gospel vocal quartets of the 1940s and 1950s were big influences on major soul singers of the 1960s. Many consider the birthplace of soul music to be northern United States inner cities, particularly Chicago. Other cities, such as New York, Detroit, Memphis and Florence, quickly followed, creating their own soul styles based on their regional gospel roots. Sam Cook, Ray Charles Solomon Burke, Little Richard, James Brown,Fats Domino and Aretha Franklin are considered to be one of the pioneers and founders of soul music. 
 
 SAM COOKE - YOU SEND ME (1965)
 
BOBBY DARIN - Dream lover (1959).VOB 143.294 MB
DINAH SHORE - Honeysuckle Rose (Aired 1956).VOB 99.385 MB
EDDIE FISHER - Downhearted (1952).VOB 81.297 MB
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