Thursday, February 10, 2022

Dream Weapons present: A MILLION DREAMS AGO C60

This is the sort of music I imagine concerned moms and dads of the 1950’s were listening to while their rebellious teens were discovering the Devil’s music - aka rock ’n’ roll. As often before mom and dad knew better, because this is much preferable to any Bill Haley or Buddy Holly. Don’t believe me? Well these 21 gorgeous gems will prove me right -Moahaha

1 Don Elliot And His Choir - A Million Dreams Ago
2 Monna Bell & Orquesta Augusto Algueró - Anastasia
3 Harry Babasin & The Jazzpickers - When You Love Someone
4 Irene Vilches - Háblame Guitarra
5 Norrie Paramour - The Gemini Waltz
6 Emilinha Borba - Não Me Culpe
7 Emil Stern - La Priere
8 Mathé Altéry - Nuit Bleue
9 Hal McKusick Octet - Immortal
10 Gianni Dorici & Gianni Fallabrino Y Su Orquesta - Vurria
11 Ted Steele and His Novatones - Prelude to a Kiss

12 Lana Bittencourt - Esquecimento
13 Stanley Black and his Orchestra - Linda Chilena
14 Christina Denise - Sentiero
15 Ken Mackintosh - The Haunted Ballroom
16 Marie-José - Luna Rossa
17 Everardo Ordaz - Noche de Ronda
18 Maysa - Noite de Paz
19 Ralph Font and His Orchestra - La Comparsa
20 Georgia Gibbs - A Moth and a Flame
21 Jo Boyer - Theme De Bob 

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For further, even easier listening, check out All in the Golden Afternoon, The Innocents, Safe Space is the Place, Birds of a Feather and Windswept Daydream.


  1. Replies
    1. Thanks DOOMSTERJOHN - glad you're enjoying it!

  2. I'm getting worried now...I remember some of these! And here was I thinking I was younger than yesterday.

    1. Wow, really? You remember some of these from when they came out so to speak? Well if so I hope to stay as open and interested in anything new ("new" to me equals yet unheard) as you are, zipper. I suppose you are correct in thinking that you're younger than yesterday.