Carlini’s World of Strings – Million Seller Hits of the 50’s

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It hardly seems possible that twenty years can separate us from an unforgettable melody like “I could have danced all night” yet it is indeed twenty years ago that this classic from the pens of Lerner and Loewe first hit the ears of theatre-goers who flocked in their thousands to “My Fair Lady”. As a tribute to the million sellers of the 1950s, this album from the maestro Carlini brings back memories of the songs that filled this particular era with conspicuous success. Lerner and Loewe were just two of the names who contributed to our musical enjoyment in the ’50s and they, along with composers like LeRoy Anderson and Rogers and Hammerstein are well represented on an album that is filled with some truly timeless music.

Carlini's World of Strings - Million Seller Hits of the 50's

Label: Stereo Gold Award MER 301

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