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Fly Me to the Moon

“Fly me to the Moon” was written in 1954 by Bart Howard. The song is probably most associated with Frank Sinatra and his 1964 version, but it has been recorded in both vocally and instrumentally by countless artists. 28 more words

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Crazy

This was a top-ten hit for Patsy Cline in 1961. It was written by Willie Nelson.

My version is, of course, instrumental but has some similarities in feel to the original recording.

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Don't Be Cruel

This was a huge hit for Elvis Presley in 1956; it was the flip side of “Hound Dog”. In 1960, his former bassist’s group, The Bill Black Combo, took an instrumental version of the tune to #11 on the US charts.

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Twine Time

“Twine Time” peaked at #18 on the top forty charts in 1965. Do you remember? My version is much more guitar-intensive than the original.

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Wild Weekend

This is a memory test for the geezers out there. Do you remember? In 1963, a group of Buffalo, NY high school kids (the Rockin’ Rebels) hit #8 on the national charts with this tune.

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James Bond Theme

This is a tune I have played and recorded an number of times. It’s such a great, iconic piece — probably one of the most recognizable themes ever.

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Grazing in the Grass

In 1968, African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masakela took this instrumental tune to #1. In 1969, The Friends of Distinction added lyrics and took it to #3.  20 more words

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