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A Blast From The Past!
~ 1951! ~

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This page is dedicated to Laura Angiletta and her family. Laura was murdered on September 11, 2001.
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Tony Bennett, Frankie Laine, Perry Como and Nat King Cole crooned their way through the 50s with great success. Up until this time, Big Band music had been the "in" thing. Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller both were very successful and very famous band leaders. Instrumentals were hot.

In the 50s, the artists' voice became the main focus. The velvety, deep tones of the Crooner was all the rage. A whole new sound that has lasted decades.

Well, after you've cruised through this page, there is just one more journey left in our 1950's Blast Back - 1950 comes next!

Debbie - aka AlbertaRose
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Blast Back to 1951!

Undecided - The Ames Brothers and Les Brown   Sin (It's No Sin) - Eddy Howard #1
It's No Sin - The Four Aces and Al Alberta   Jezebel - Frankie Laine
Rose, Rose, I Love You - Frankie Laine   Because Of You - Les Baxter #1
How High The Moon - Les Paul and Mary Ford #1   Mockin Bird Hill - Les Paul and Mary Ford
Be My Love - Mario Lanza #1   (They Tried To Tell Us We're) Too Young - Nat King Cole #1
Mockin Bird Hill - Patti Page   Tennessee Waltz - Patti Page #1
Would I LoveYou - PattiPage   Come On - A My House - Rosemary Clooney #1
If - Perry Como #1   Because Of You - Tony Bennett
Cold Cold Heart - Tony Bennett #1   Sound Off - Vaughn Monroe
Cry - Johnny Ray #1   <-- 1950 - 1952 -->
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1951 Billboard #1 Hits




December 16, 1950 - March 2, 1951

The Tennessee Waltz

Patti Page
March 3 - March 9


Perry Como
March 10 - April 20

Be My Love

Mario Lanza
April 21 - June 22

How High The Moon

Les Paul and Mary Ford
June 23 - July 27

Too Young

Nat King Cole
July 28 - September 7

Come On - A My House

Rosemary Clooney
September 8 - November 2

Because Of You

Tony Bennett
November 3 - November 16

Cold, Cold Heart

Tony Bennett
November 17 - December 28

Sin (It's No Sin)

Eddy Howard
December 29, 1951 - March 14, 1952


Johnny Ray

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