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    Guy Mitchell - Singing The Blues (Live!)

    There's a Pawn Shop on The Corner by Guy Mitchell .. music my folks listened to...makes me smile!

    "Singing the Blues" is a popular song. It was written by Melvin Endsley and was published in 1956. The best-known recording of the song, released in October ...

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    Rhapsody in Blue. This is by far my all-time #1 favorite song, though I do prefer the recording of it being performed in London in the 1970's with Leonard Bernstein as director and pianomaster.

    Guy Mitchell - Singing the Blues. I remember my dad singing this when I was little

    Today 2-16 in 1957, the most spun record on popular radio and reaching the No 1 slot on that chart (pre-Billboard chart days) was Tab Hunter's - 'Young Love' ~

    Guy Mitchell - Singing the blues (1956)

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    Guy Mitchell - Singing The Blues

    Wee Bea Booze. b. 23 May 1920, Baltimore, USA.One of the few female blues guitarists, Bea Booze, aka Wee Bee, was thought to have been the discovery of pianist and talent scout Sammy Price who introduced her to Decca Records in 1942. Despite recording topical numbers such as ‘Uncle Sam Come And Get Him’ and ‘War Rationin’ Papa’, it was her rendition of the standard ‘See See Rider’ with which she found fame.Her last known recordings were with Sammy Price in the early 60s for the Stardust label.