Yes­ter­day's Mu­sic

Evergreen Gifts A col­lec­tion of CDs all ex­clu­sive to

Evergreen - - Summer 2018 -

Two- Way Fam­ily Favourites: This won­der­ful pro­gramme ran with­out a break for 38 years and was des­ig­nated lis­ten­ing for much of the pop­u­la­tion. Here are 25 of the most pop­u­lar songs cho­sen by those wish­ing to con­vey love to their other half

“at home and abroad”. Tracks in­clude: With a Song in My Heart; Boom; Cherry Pink and Ap­ple Blos­som White; Ev­ery Time We Say Good­bye; Good Luck, Good Health, God Bless You; Friends and Neigh­bours; Genevieve Waltz; He’s a Tramp; How Much is that Doggy in the Win­dow?; Mem­o­ries Are Made of This; Just an Old­Fash­ioned Girl; Lit­tle Things Mean a Lot; Un­for­get­table, etc. Code: C162

Ray Martin: Hav­ing nar­rowly es­caped from the Nazis, Ray Martin be­came one of the big­gest names in Bri­tish pop­u­lar mu­sic, reg­u­larly con­duct­ing his own orches­tra on ra­dio and tele­vi­sion. He also com­posed many catchy melodies in­clud­ing

Marching Strings, the well- known theme tune to Top of the Form. Never with­out a smile on his face he lit up the na­tion with his all- em­brac­ing and at­trac­tive mu­sic. Code: C161 Food and Drink: Rang­ing from Fats Waller, the An­drews Sis­ters and Spike Jones to Henry Hall, Shirley Tem­ple and Ted Heath, you are sure to recog­nise many of the 25 foot- tap­ping tracks on this com­pi­la­tion. Watch out for some new un­usual ones as well. Tracks in­clude: Ev­ery­thing Stops for Tea; Yes, We Have No Ba­nanas; Rump Steak Ser­e­nade; Leave the Dishes in the Sink; Hot Toddy and Chick, Chick, Chick, Chicken. Code: C144

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