THE A TO Z OF SONG TITLES PPP

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THE A TO Z OF SONG TITLES PPP

Postby BigL Bas Man » Tue Jun 02, 2015 7:54 am

by BigL Bas Man Day 15 JUNE 2 2015
Today’s three A to Z tunes titles are from the letter PPP


PERSONALITY ~ Lloyd Price https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uT4XiSlgRfM
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Anyone remember going to there local Woolworth with there mum and dad, in the late 1950s. It was like many 10 year old’s fave store along the high street. Had three stores in Hackney, in London. A piece of sing along music was offend played on ‘Music While You Work’ from the band of the day. Remember going with mum and dad one Saturday to the Mare Street, Hackney store, was the biggest round our way, and had a lot more than other stores near by. Dad going to ask the gramophone records section, have ya got Personality, please she asked who’s it by, dad didn’t know just heard it at work being playing on ‘Music While You Work’ he told her. Yes we know the tune, got it out dad paid 3/-11d for it. But being Woolworth, it was one of those cover versions many would buy. So it wasn’t Lioyd Price, one of the stores own label own red label records.... Embassy.

PUPPY LOVE ~ Paul Anka https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKw0kT8ra2w
This guy Paul Anka was a hit big in my early teens. He had many many hits, and was very big on state side in the early 1960s, and was still strong many years after. Suppose a lot of us will remember really the only version being that of Donny Osman in the 1970s.....and a good version it was.Thanks to some of those great hits of the pass, we can bet somewhere someone have played it on Big L 1 when you can be promised great hits from many many years ago!

PEOPLE WILL SAY WE ARE IN LOVE ~ Doris Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lhGpv23-VQ
One of the biggest box office musicals of the 1950s was Oklahoma, with it many count lists of tunes, from the stage and film versions. When I was looking at the background to this tune seeing it was sung in the mid 1940s did make wonder, was this piece of music penned and then added to the musical, being that Frank Sinatra done a version of it in 1943. Maybe its the same kind of background like the other big hit musical around that time, being My Fair Lady. being Pygmalion.


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