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Teenage Playlist Fifties Style

on April 3, 2020

All the Things You Are, You’ll Never Walk Alone, Grand March from Aida, Stranger in Paradise, Some Enchanted Evening…you get the idea. I loved Broadway Musicals, Operas and Hit Parade Tunes. My son recently added to my repertoire with tapes he created for me of the music of Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, Duke Ellington and Harold Arlen. You see, once upon a time we vintage-aged folk were the original golden oldies.


8 responses to “Teenage Playlist Fifties Style

  1. Dale says:

    And excellent selections all of them! I like the golden oldies 😉

  2. vivachange77 says:

    Thanks, Dale. And I like all sorts of things that came along afterward. I just can’t remember their names.

  3. I have listened to Ella and Duke for years. Chet Baker I found via youtube, and Dinah Washington when her name was evoked by the late Amy Winehouse.

  4. vivachange77 says:

    Wow and wonderful that you listen to these marvelous music makers.

  5. Resa says:

    It’s a fab playlist!

    • vivachange77 says:

      Thanks, Resa. I’m happy to hear that you like those songs,too. I thought maybe I am out of date.

      • Resa says:

        I like a lot of music and music genres going back to… the 1400’s. I even like some Rap music. I don’t think music goes out of date. I think, as art, it endures!

      • vivachange77 says:

        Yes, art is forever. I like some of today’s music. Like hip hop. It is like a mixture of poetry and a bit of jitterbug. I also like Rap – again the meter.

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