Wayne's Music 8/9 May 2010. 50s songs you never hear now (or hardly hear now).
Brand New House Bobby Darin had a style of his own, although his composing talents were never fully appreciated by the music community, despite the fact that many artists recorded his songs.
On The Wings Of A Dove Ferlin Husky -from Flat River Missouri, recorded under several names including Terry Preston and Simon Crum, but reverted to his given name when he signed up with Capitol records in 1953.
When Your Lover Has Gone Frank Sinatra, The first of many artistic milestones in the long and illustrious collaboration of Frank Sinatra and arranger Nelson Riddle that began at Capitol Records.
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On Jerry Lee Lewis had been using this song in his stage act, and during his second recording session for Sun records, he added his distinctive propulsive piano boogie.
Havana Moon Chuck Berry coming into his own by 1957 with rockers like Havana Moon.
Young Love Sonny James
Brand New Heartache Everly Brothers with their influential harmony.
Rock islandLine Lonnie Donegan became a high-brow songs of the people folksinger and a pop star on the strength of this recording in 1955.
and many, many more ...