English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Various – The Great Hit Tunes Volume 4: 1950-1951.
Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4 is a Looney Tunes collection on DVD. Following the pattern of one release each year of the previous volumes, it was released on November 14, 2006. This Looney Tunes collection is the first one where every disc in the collection has a special theme. Disc one is all Bugs Bunny. Disc two is devoted to cartoons directed by Frank Tashlin. Disc three is all Speedy Gonzales cartoons
This article includes an overview of the major events and trends in popular music in the 1950s. Various genre in the First World, rock and roll, doo-wop, pop, swing, rhythm and blues, blues, Country music, rockabilly, and jazz music dominated and defined the decade's music. Rock and roll dominated popular music in the mid 1950s and late 1950s, and quickly spread to much of the rest of the world.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "1950-1951" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. He was best known for his hit "Moody's Mood for Love," an improvisation based on "I'm in the Mood for Love"; in performance, he often sang Eddie Jefferson's vocalese lyrics for the tune, which Eddie ha. ore . Year: 2002. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "1950-1951 Album.
Volume four is a slight improvement over volume three in the Looney Tunes Collection. It's a four disc collection with fifteen shorts per disc for a total of sixty cartoons. As in previous sets each disc has a theme. All the special features are entertaining, some give very good background information. This is good, not great, collection of Looney Tunes that can be enjoyed by young & old, alike. But I do have one request for Warner Bros. Is it possible to have TWO releases a year instead of only one?
Four Women In My Life (4 Feb 1951). 21. I'm Going Away (4 Feb 1951). 22. Tease Me Baby (4 Feb 1951). 23. I Need Lovin' (4 Feb 1951). 24. 25. Looking For Romance (4 Feb 1951). What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
Note: Yearly song lists go by earliest 'release date' (Single, Album, or Country of first release). Not necessarily the year a song peaked in the . 1. The Fat Man. Fats Domino. Bruce's Choice: An unheralded great record from 1950. Adam's Choice: Butcher Pete. Greatest Rock Songs 1950s, Greatest Traditional Pop Songs '50s, Top Albums of Each Year 1956-1959, Greatest Albums of the 1950s, Greatest Vocal Groups, Greatest Doo-Wop Songs, Greatest Blues Songs.
|A1||–Les Paul & Mary Ford||How High The Moon|
|A2||–Kay Starr||Come On-A My House|
|A3||–Les Baxter, His Chorus And Orchestra||Because Of You|
|A4||–Joe "Fingers" Carr||Ivory Rag|
|A5||–Nat King Cole With Les Baxter & His Orchestra||Too Young|
|A6||–Tex Ritter||Have I Told You Lately That I Love You|
|A7||–Jimmy Wakely||Beautiful Brown Eyes|
|B1||–Tennessee Ernie Ford ,With Cliffie Stone's Orchestra||Shotgun Boogie|
|B2||–The Jubilaires||The Old Piano Roll Blues|
|B3||–Les Paul||Walkin' And Whistlin' Blues|
|B4||–Gordon MacRae||Autumn Leaves|
|B5||–Dean Martin ,with Dick Stabile And His Orchestra||In The Cool, Cool , Cool Of The Evening|
|B7||–Nat King Cole ,with Stan Kenton And His Orchestra||Orange Coloured Sky|
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