101: The Scarlet Bunny - More About the Music

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"In the Mood" Not many people know the song does have lyrics. Bette Midler does - she recorded a vocal version on her eponymously titled sec…
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Photo of Glenn Miller
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"In the Mood" A big band smash hit for Glenn Miller in the 1940s, "In the Mood" is one of the most famous instrumental jazz songs of all-tim…
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"Walk Like a Man" The original song featured a soaring falsetto from Frankie Valli. His group, The Four Seasons, is the subject of the Broad…
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Photo of Frankie VALLI and FOUR SEASONS
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Released in January 1963, "Walk Like a Man" was The Four Seasons' third number one single, following "Sherry" and "Big Girls Don't Cry."
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Late 1950s, Los Angeles, Frank Sinatra
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Recorded in December 1956, only Frank Sinatra could do a line like this justice: "Coo me, woo me, turtle dove. Can I steal a little love?"