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Happy New Year’s Eve!

When some of us think about our earliest memories of watching New Year’s Eve on TV, we’ll remember long before Ryan Seacrest and even before Dick Clark. This Guy, who brought the New York City ballroom celebration into our living rooms every year, goes back to even before this holiday was celebrated live on television.

He formed the band during 1924 in his hometown of London, Ontario, Canada and sold more than 100 million records. Maybe as many as 300 million.

So get ready to hear The Sweetest music this side of heaven, with a little sweet champagne to go with it, in Volume 157: 50 Years of Lombardo.

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Video Intro

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Credits and Copyrights:

Guy Lombardo – 50th Anniversary Album
Label: Suffolk Marketing, Inc. – SMI-1-8M
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Mono
Released: 1977
Genre: Jazz, Pop
Style: Big Band, Easy Listening
We will hear 8 of the 20 songs on the album.
Boo Hoo
Written by Edward Heyman, John Jacob Loeb, Carmen Lombardo
written by Howard Johnson, Hugo Frey, and Antonín Dvořák
Tales from the Vienna Woods
written by Johann Strauss
Best Things In Life Are Free
written by Ray Henderson, B.G. DeSylva, and Lew Brown
The Band Played On 
written by John F. Palmer, and Charles B. Ward
Harbor Lights with Vocal Chorus by Kenny Gardner
written by Jimmy Kennedy, and Hugh Williams
Third Man Theme
written and performed by Anton Karas
Moonlight & Roses
written by Charles N. Daniels, Ben Black, Edwin Lemare
Far Away Place
written by Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney
Auld Lang Syne
I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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