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Here are 33 great Vegas style tunes for the acoustic player to sink his or her teeth into. Enjoy learning these classics.
After The Lovin ... info soon
Autumn Of My Life ... info soon
Be My Lady was a song written by Filipino songwriter Vehnee A Saturno in 1983.
I'm not sure when Matt Monro recorded this song but the track can be found on his album "The Singers Singer".
Buona Sera was a number one song from Louis Prima back in 1956. Many versions have been recorded through the years including from Van Morrison, Dean Martin and The Lucky Duckies.
The band is based out of Portugal.
Candida was a major hit and reached #1 in 5 countries when it hit the airwaves in 1970.
The track can be found on the album "Candida".
Copacabana this was a single from his album "Even Now" back in 1978.
Manilow co-wrote this one with two other writers while having a conversation at the Copacabana Hotel In Rio.
He scored a #8 hit and his only ever Grammy Award.
Don't Get Around Much Anymore hails from the jazz world and was written by Duke Ellington back in 1940.
Willie recorded his version in 1978 and the track can be found on is "Stardust" album.
Dream A Little Dream is an old number from 1931 and was made popular in the 60s by The Mamas And The Papas. Ella Fitzgerald recorded her version in 1957 with Louis Armstrong.
I'm not sure if she released it as a single.
Everything was released as a single back in 2007 from the album "Call Me Irresponsible".
The song hit #1 in Italy and was a top 10 in many other countries.
A music video was produced for the song with guest appearances by Whoopi Goldberg and Bono.
Gone Fishin was first recorded back in 1950 by Arthur Godfrey, The Three Suns and Johnny Guarnieri Quintet. None of these three versions charted. A Year later Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong did a radio show in which their duet was recorded and later released, which peaked at #19.
In 1958, Pat Boone recorded a version for his album entitled "Yes Indeed".
How Do I Stop Loving You is a beautiful song recorded back in 1987 and found on his "Remember I Love You" album.
There was only one single released from that album but this song wasn't it, but its a very popular song at live shows.
I Can't Smile Without You was a #1 from the "Even Now" album of 1977 and it also crossed over to #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The Carpenters also recorded a version but with a slightly different vibe.
Barry Manilow did not write this song.
I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight was recorded by Canadian Henry Burr, a New Brunswicker who had the most hits in the decade from 1900-1910.
Burr recorded more than 12,000 songs under various names and for various labels. This song was recorded in 1925.
I'm In The Mood For Love was recorded by Langford for the 1935 movie "Every Night At Eight" and became her signature song.
Many versions have been recorded by others including Vera Lynn, Fats Domino, Brenda Lee and more.
It's A Beautiful Day was the first single from his 2013 album "To Be Loved".
The song was a top 10 in several countries with it's highest charting at #3 in Finland.
It's A Miracle ... info soon
Just A Gigolo was originally composed in 1928 in German but was translated over to English a year later.
Louis Prima actually combined two songs, "Just A Gigolo" and "I Ain't Got Nobody" to come up with this great result in 1956.
And in 1985, David Lee Roth put his spin on the tune and scored a #12 in the US and #7 in Canada. You'll find the track on his 1985 album "Crazy From The Heat".
Knock Three Times was not actually credited as a Tony Orlando recording but as a Dawn recording because Orlando secretly recorded the song
without his record label knowing about it as he was working for a competing label at the time as a producer/singer. The song was released as a single in 1970 from his album "Candida" and made it to #1 in several countries including the UK and the US.
In 1971 Billy Crash Craddock took the song to #3 on the country charts.
Love Me With All Your Heart was translated from Spanish to English and published in 1961. Ray Charles had a #1 on the Pop charts in 1964 with his version. Engelbert released his album "Legacy Of Love" in 2009 that contains this track.
He never released the song as a single.
Mambo #5 was released in 1999 from German singer Lou Bega's album "A Little Bit Of Mambo". The song was originally released as an instrumental back in 1949.
This was a monster hit reaching #1 in too many countries to list and also hit #3 in the US.
Moody River was written by Chase Webster and was first performed as a rockabilly tune.
In 1961 Pat Boone did a more mellow version for his album "Moody River" and had a #1 hit song.
Moon River was first recorded in 1961 by Audrey Hepburn for the movie "Breakfast At Tiffanys". Over the years artists like Andy Williams and Jerry Butler and hundreds more have recorded the song.
Jerry Butler released his version also in 1961 and had a #1 hit in New Zealand and a #3 in the US. It can be found on his album of the same name.
Remember When We Made These Memories was released as a single and reached #15 in the US Adult Contemporary chart and as a crossover at #69 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The song can be found on the album "Wayne Newton Now".
Somewhere Over The Rainbow was officially called "Over The Rainbow" and was written for the 1939 movie The Wizard Of Oz.
In 1993 Israel Kamakawiwo covered the song for his "Facing Future" album scored a #2 in the US. Eva Cassidy and Cliff Richard also covered the song.
The Candy Man was written for the 1971 movie "Willie Wonka And The Chocolate Factory" and was sung by Aubrey Woods who was the store owner in the movie.
Sammy Davis Jr was not fond of the song but recorded it for his 1971 album "Sammy David Jr Now" and when released as a single, became his only #1 hit.
Barry Manilow used the original vocals from Sammy and created a duet for his album in 2014 called "My Dream Duets".
The More I See You first hit the airwaves in 1945 and was a hit for Joy Marshall in 1966.
But that same year Chris Montez had the most success with his version with a #16 on the Billboard Hot 100, a #2 on the Easy Listening chart and a #3 in the UK.
Ella Fitzgerald also recorded this song.
The Streets Of Cario has also been called the Arabian Riff song or the Snake Charmers song or The Poor Little Country Maid. Some have dated the song back to the 1890s but not totally sure.
Sol Bloom revived the song in the early 1900s but never copyrighted the song and was involved in music publishing in Chicago. How exactly he got involved in recording the song, I'm not sure.
Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life was written by George M Cohan who passed away in 1942 at age 64. He was involved in Vaudeville and Theatre at age 8 and became a founding
member of ASCAP in 1914. Tiny Tim released a version in 1967 and Sid Selvidge also covered the song, but I'm not sure which album.
They Can't Take That Away From Me was written back in 1937 by George Gershwin. Rod Stewart did an album in 2002 of Pop Standards and this song made it onto that album.
The song was released as a single and made in onto the Adult Contemporary chart peaking at #27.
Tie A Yellow Ribbon hit the airwaves in 1973 and was a huge hit reaching #1 in the US and the UK.
A yellow ribbon in the 1970s meant a loved one was away on military duty or serving time in jail, and upon their return would be welcomed home.
The song hails from the album "Tuneweaving".
Times Of Your Life ... info soon
What A Wonderful World was released in 1967 by Louis Armstrong and topped the Pop charts in the UK but due to poor promotion in the US, the song did poorly.
It appeared in the 1988 film "Good Morning Vietman" and was re-released where it reached #32 on Billboards Hot 100 chart.
The track can be found on Armstrong's album of the same name.
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