Ragman wrote:YEAH, Absolutely
I suspected you might which was why I included those tangents.
It was one of my favorites as a kid. "Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb" was one of those novelty hits of the day -- pre-Beatles.
And Connie Sevens as well as Troy Donahue were the sex symbols of the day.
. I remember them.
Ed Byrnes even made that record; he did not exactly sing. Maybe that 's for the best.
I still have a lot of phonograf records from the 1950s n 60s.
I 've never cared much for the Big Band sounds of the 1930s or 40s; too brassy, somehow.
Jazz has always given me headaches.
The 1940s n 50s were my favorite decades,
tho I gotta admit that things r pretty good now.