The early '50s
The work The early '50s represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Oshkosh Public Library.

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  • BowotsQAScI
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  • True
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  • 2
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Label
  • The early '50s
Main title
  • The early '50s
Variant title
  • Early fifties
Language
  • eng
Accompanying matter
  • biography of performer or history of ensemble
  • historical information
Form of composition
  • popular music
Format of music
  • not applicable
Medium
  • compact disc
OCLC Number
  • 23223034
Table of contents
  • Chattanoogie shoe shine boy / Red Foley -- The blacksmith blues / Ella Mae Morse -- Rose, Rose, I love you / Frankie Laine -- So long (it's been good to know yuh) / Gordon Jenkins and his orchestra and the Weavers
  • "The third man" theme / Anton Karas -- The world is waiting for the sunrise / Les Paul and Mary Ford -- Orange colored sky / Nat King Cole -- Walkin' my baby back home / Johnnie Ray -- Sam's song (the happy tune) / Gary Crosby and Friend -- Would I love you (love you, love you) / Patti Page -- Trying / The Hilltoppers -- Thinking of you / Don Cherry -- The syncopated clock / Leroy Anderson and His "Pops" Concert Orchestra -- The shot gun boogie / Tennessee Ernie -- Sweet violets / Dinah Shore -- The old master painter / Dick Haymes -- Hold me, thrill me, kiss me / Karen Chandler -- Daddy's little girl / The Mills Brothers -- Too old to cut the mustard / Marlene Dietrich and Rosemary Clooney -- The roving kind / Guy Mitchell -- You're just in love / Perry Como -- Whispering / Les Paul -- Sparrow in the tree top / Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters -- Can anyone explain? (No, no, no!) / The Ames Brothers
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