The Typewriter and other classics from the ’50s

Guest post by mèþru (TK’s beta reader)

To all NaNoWriMo writers, for really fast typing:
Leroy AndersonThe Typewriter (1950)

Here are some songs I like from the ’50s.

1. Dave Brubek QuartetTake Five

2. Louis Prima, Keely Smith, Sam Butera and The Witnesses
When You’re Smiling / C’è La Luna / Oh Marie

3. Little Richard (The Upsetters) – Long Tall Sally

4. Tennessee Ernie FordSixteen Tons

5. The PlattersYou’ll Never Know

6. Renato Carosone and Gegè Di Giacomo
Tu vuò fà l’americano (Neapolitan: You want to be American)

7. The CoastersYakety Yak

8. Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith and Don Reno
Fuedin’ Banjos (a.k.a. Dueling Banjos)

9. Bill Haley & His CometsSee You Later Alligator





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One Response to The Typewriter and other classics from the ’50s

  1. Joseph Nebus says:

    The good thing about ‘The Typewriter’ is you can use it for karaoke night when your throat is too sore to sing.

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