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Added by rickterenzi on 28 Oct 2016 06:58
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The Wheel of Fortune - Kay Starr


From March to June 1952, Kay Starr's Wheel of Fortune (Capitol Records) reached the n. 1 on the Billboard Best Sellers in Stores, Most Played by Jockeys (nine weeks each) and Most Played in Jukeboxes (ten weeks) charts.
(Note: The Billboard Hot 100 was published as Top 100 from November 1955 and with the current name from August 1958.)


El Paso Cha-cha - Line Renaud

Line Renaud in El Paso Cha-cha.

El Paso Cha-cha was included in the EP with same title (Columbia, 1960) by Jerry Mengo et Son Orchestre and Line Renaud.


Twiste et chante (Twist and Shout) - Sylvie Vartan...

Sylvie Vartan in Twiste et chante (1963).

This is the French edition of Phil Medley and Bert Russell's Twist and Shout, that first became a chart hit as a single by the Isley Brothers in 1962.


Cabaret - Marilyn Maye

Marilyn Maye in Cabaret.

John Kander and Fred Ebb's Broadway musical Cabaret opened at the Broadhurst Theatre on 20th November 1966.


Where Do You Go To Go Away - Gale Garnett

Gale Garnett in Where Do You Go To Go Away.

Wonder Boy - Lesley Gore

Lesley Gore in Wonder Boy (1966).

Lesley Gore's Wonder Boy (Mercury Records) was published as a 45rpm single (with Maybe I Know) in 1964.


It's a Most Unusual Day - Vic Dana

Vic Dana and chorus girl in It's a Most Unusual Day (1966).

Vic Dana's It's a Most Unusual Day was included in his LP Warm and Wild (Dolton Records), published in 1962. This song was first sung by Jane Powell in Richard Thorpe's A Date with Judy (1948).




Magazine ad for Scopitone juke-boxes, featuring Ellen and Alice Kessler.

Scopitone was a juke-box that featured a 16 mm. projector and a 26-inch color screen, produced by French company Cameca. The first model (ST16) was introduced at the Foire de Paris in May 1960 and distributed from 1961.


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