Dating songs 1950s
The biggest challenge of all is that there was some hugely popular music in the 1950s that was unfamiliar to me before beginning this list. I tried to fill in the gaps in my musical knowledge, especially pre-1955 pop music, but I know there's a lot of worthy music that I just plain missed. We've also taken the liberty of deleting all the ballads – so our apologies to Percy Faith, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, the Andrews Sisters and many more.
The very format on which music was released was changing, from 10" 78rpm to 12" longplay (LP) records and also to 7" 45rpm singles. Sonny James - First Date, First Kiss, First Love (1957) 391.
Look at songs like "Puttin' On The Ritz" with things like That's where each and every lulu-belle goes Every Thursday evening with her swell beaus Rubbin' elbows Or from "That's Entertainment" OK that is cool.
Maybe not the best line, but it shows a lot of effort to say it.
about underage girls: When he was 30, he became the legal guardian of a 17-year-old so they could be together.
It’s also not too hard to imagine that legendary Lotharios like Gene Simmons and Mick Jagger are probably singing from experience.
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In the last 20 years other than Diane Warren, who's been re-writing the same song every other year, there are no songwriters. You look at songs like "The Tennessee Waltz" that song was in the first 4 places of the top charts by four different artists (I just happen to be reading a 40s music chart book yesterday) So many artist back then gave their slant on a song.