- High Noon
Laine was one of the most popular vocalists of the 1950s.
Swinging jazz standards as well as half a dozen Western movie themes
time with his manly baritone.
Laine’s somewhat artificial Western nature proved most successful
setting two chart records in 1953 - his version of “
I Believe” stayed at number 1 for an incredible 18 weeks,
and his two subsequent chart-toppers that year “Hey Joe” & “Answer
Me” set a record by putting Laine at number one for
27 weeks during the year.
This ‘Hits’ collection is a great introduction to this
star of the 1950s
Believe: The Ruby And The Pearl: Sittin’ In The Sun: Where
The Winds Blew: When It’s Sleepy Time Down South: Your Cheatin’
Heart: Rock Of Gibralter: All Of Me: Snow In Lovers’ Lane:
To Be Worthy Of You: High Noon: Hey Joe: I Let Her Go: Jealousy:
How Lovely Cooks The Meat - with Dors Day: Flamingo: Necessary Evil:
Song Of THe Islands: Hambone - with Jo Stafford: I May Be Wrong:
The Mermaid: When You’re Smiling: Let’s Have A Party
- with Jo Stafford: On The Sunny Side Of The Street: That’s
How It Goes.
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