Audio is a little on the scratchy side, but OK. The voices of the people have spoken, and today we bring you the results of the rnkings.
- Lulu’s Back in Town, rank: 13
- And Then Some, rank: 3
- Every Little Moment, rank: 10
- Every Single Little Tingle inMy Heart, rank: 15 Paris in the Spring, rank: 8
- Down by the River Seine, is the featured new song of the week.
- Let’s Sing it, rank: 11
- In a Little Gypsy Tearoom, rank: 4
- The Lady in Red, rank: 5
After a station break, the playlist continues.
Note: In Early days of music, performers and writers of music made almost no money at all. It was the publishing houses that printed the sheet music who made the money. Steven Foster, in the mid 1800’s was one of the first song writers who broke that mold. Songs were sung and pplayed by every singer or band in the country, and without records or radio, it could take years for songs to be a hit across the country. Even by this time in music history, songs weren’t always identified as the property of any one artist. Even if they were, it benefited to have as many people singing it as possible, to help the tune spread. Even with radio, and record sales, it could still take a while for songs to break out of regional areas and sweep the nation.