[78-L] Songs about love - pre 1945

Mark Bardenwerper citrogsa at charter.net.invalid
Sat Oct 4 16:42:25 PDT 2014

On 10/4/2014 2:23 PM, Ron L'Herault wrote:
> "Moonlight Becomes You" comes to mind immediately.
> Then there is "I'm In The Mood For Love"  and of course Moonlight Serenade.
> Ron L
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> List time again...
> Academic request came in asking me to come up with a couple dozen tunes from
> the big band era of songs about love, in various facets of same, and be
> prepared to speak about a few of them.  (Handy that I can use this for a
> show playlist, too.)
> Love need not be in the title
> True, False, Unrequited etc
> As Time Goes By
> What is this Thing Called Love
> All of Me
> Til the End of Time
> Love for Sale
> Little White Lies
> Vagabond Lover
> Got some favorites ya wanna throw at me?
Sooo many of them, where would it end? Perhaps this one is a bit late in 
the era, but is is a favorite of mine and speaks to the greater meaning 
of the word "love." And it is truly an extraordinary tune sung by one of 
the greats, Nat Cole. I recommend "Nature Boy."

Mark L. Bardenwerper, Sr.

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