Andy Williams β€” the story of the songs “Moon River” (1962), “Where Do I Begin (Love story)” (1970) and “Speak Softly Love” (1972)

It just so happened that I first heard the ballad "Moon river" performed by Andy Williams, whose voice President Ronald Reagan once called "the national treasure of the United States."…

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THE PLATTERS β€” the story of the songs “Only You” (1955), “The Great Pretender” (1955) and “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” (1958)

In the 1950s, a style that would later be called "doo-wop" ("doo-wop") became very popular among black singers. The main role in it was played by the backup singers, who…

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The story of four love ballads of the 1950s: “Let Me Go, Lover”, “Cry Me A River”, “Tammy” and “Dark Moon”

Β  If the incendiary dances of the youth of the 1950s danced to rock and roll, then the slow ones were held to the sounds of lyrical ballads. At the…

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