Recent iTunes purchases

The iTunes Music Store is a temptation for people who are curious about music.

My recent iTunes purchases fall into three categories:

Curious about the ’50s:

  • Tutti Frutti – Pat Boone
  • Cerezo Rosa (Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White) – Pérez Prado & Pérez Prado and His Orchestra
  • Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing – The Four Aces
  • Ain’t That a Shame – Fats Domino
  • Ain’t That a Shame – Pat Boone
  • The Ballad of Davy Crockett – Fess Parker
  • Ko Ko Mo (I Love You So) – Perry Como
  • Whatever Lola Wants (Lola Gets) – Sarah Vaughan
  • Melody of Love – The Four Aces
  • Autumn Leaves – Mitch Miller & His Orchestra
  • Singing the Blues – Guy Mitchell with Ray Conniff & his Orchestra
  • The Wayward Wind – Gogi Grant
  • Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) – Doris Day
  • Autumn Leaves – Roger Williams
  • Rock Island Line – Lonnie Donegan
  • Speedoo – The Cadillacs
  • I’m Walkin’ – Fats Domino
  • I’m Walkin’ – Rick Nelson
  • Banana Boat (Day-O) – Harry Belafonte
  • The Banana Boat Song (Day-O) – Sarah Vaughan
  • Suzie Q – Dale Hawkins
  • Around the World – The McGuire Sisters
  • Stardust – Nat King Cole
  • It’s Four in the Morning (Single) – Faron Young
  • High School Confidential – Jerry Lee Lewis
  • March from the River Kwai and Colonel Bogey – Mitch Miller & His Orchestra

Curious about soul music:

  • Cowboys to Girls – The Intruders
  • Only the Strong Survive – Jerry Butler
  • Back Stabbers – The O’Jays
  • Making Love (At the Dark End of the Street) – Clarence Carter

Old favorites:

  • Games People Play – Joe South
  • Willie, Mickey and “The Duke” (Talkin’ Baseball) – Terry Cashman
  • Never on Sunday (Ta Pedia Tou Pirea) – Nana Mouskouri
  • Wake Up Little Susie – The Everly Brothers
  • Wheel in the Sky – Journey
  • Lights – Journey
  • All Grown Up – Elvis Costello

One Response to “Recent iTunes purchases”

  1. Rob Booth (Slightly Rough) Says:

    Regarding the Belafonte song Day-O, I have that whole album on CD. It’s pretty good and interesting in that it also has Star-O, kind of the same song, just about night.

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