Rose Marie - So Lucky - A.1. Records - Easy Listening
Track ListingA1 Harbour Lights
A2 So Lucky
A3 Sweet Sixteen
A4 St. Therese Of The Roses
A5 All The Love In The World
B1 It Is Too Late
B2 Anniversary Song
B3 Let Bygones Be Bygones
B4 You\'re Breaking My Heart
B5 My World Keeps Getting Smaller Every Day
B6 My Yiddishe Momma
Media Condition » Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition » Very Good Plus (VG+)
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Some Other Artists in the Easy Listening Genre• Frank Sinatra • Tony Bennett • Carly Simon • Jack Jones • Judy Garland • Nat King Cole • Andy Williams • Peggy Lee • The Shadows • Vera Lynn • Barbra Streisand • Dean Martin • James Last • Nat King Cole & George Shearing • Bing Crosby • Art Garfunkel • Billy Eckstine • Diane Solomon • Alan Haven • Harry Nilsson • Marilyn Monroe • Bert Weedon • Kenny Rogers • Helmut Zacharias And His Orchestra • Harry Secombe • Gene Pitney • Dana • Vikki Carr • Perry Como • Tom Jones • Matt Monro • Mel TormÃ© • Dick Haymes • Alison Moyet • The Manhattan Transfer • Liza Minnelli • Elkie Brooks • Lena Horne • Burt Bacharach • Sammy Davis Jr. •
Some Other Artists on the A.1. Records Label• Steve Walsh • Little Caesar • Gipsy Kings • Tottenham Hotspur & Chas And Dave •
Information on the Easy Listening GenreEasy listening (also known as orchestral pop) is a popular music genre and radio format that was most popular during the 1950s to 1970s. It is related to middle-of-the-road (MOR) music and encompasses instrumental recordings of standards, hit songs and popular non-rock vocals. It was differentiated from the mostly instrumental beautiful music format by its variety of styles, including a percentage of vocals, arrangements and tempos to fit various day parts during the broadcast day.
Easy listening music is often confused with so-called elevator music provided by Muzak Holdings and other music services for malls and elevators, or lounge music, but while it was popular in some of the same venues it bore only modest resemblance to the background sound of this kind of music.
A significant portion of easy listening music is purely instrumental and included some big band and orchestral arrangements of standards, themes from movies, bossa nova hits and small instrumental ensembles playing instrumental versions of popular songs, including light jazz and even some soft rock and roll.