Sunday, October 3, 2010

3 October 1956 “Music”

dorisdaybirthdayparty Today I am hosting a birthday party for my friend. I also have an afternoon of Vintage Shopping with the birthday girl and another friend, so not much blog time today. Therefore, here is some fun music to keep you in the Vintage Spirit:

And this is a great party tune, and I did know you were coming, but I baked cupcakes (fairycakes) instead.
Happy Homemaking.

9 comments:

  1. Have fun! It sounds like a perfect day.
    Your last video made me smile. My mother always sang that to me. :)

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  2. Of course I remember Guy Mitchell's Singing the Blues (I was but a mere lass of 6 in 1956 but the song has endured) but I never knew until now what a dreamboat he was! Wow!!

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  3. When i was about 16 i used to go to the country dances in the little old halls they had scattered about in the more remote areas .My friends & i were often the only young people there & we always had a wonderful time dancing with all the elderly gentleman & having a supper of tea & sandwiches.They always played Guy Mitchell's "Singing the blues"Thanks for the memories:)
    I hope your friend has a wonderful birthday,it sounds like it's going to be a lovely day.

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  4. TWUS again: Donna, you can see my three dresses (pink, blue/white polkadot, and green) that I made from 1950's vintage patterns here: http://theheartofmary.blogspot.com (Total of about 6 posts showing patterns and finished product.)

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  5. Dear Donna, I hope you have had a lovely day. As you know I am at SWIHA studying nutrition and holistic medicine, and I hope you do not mind me referencing your blog for a 1950's nutritional list on my blog. I am honored you are following me. Thank you

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  6. What a darling little song that last one is--this was my first time hearing it! I hope you had a lovely day with your friends.

    -Cedar

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  7. I expected a duet when I saw them both come out. What a lovely surprise that it was for the theatrical element of the scene! Thanks for sharing all of the great music you find. *^_^* Also, I keep going back to the Apron Revolution website to hear "Tra La La." It's so catchy!

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  8. You asked on my blog if I would make another dress with full box pleats: yes, I am planning to. I ran out of material while making that green dress, and had to cut the skirt the size that the pattern called for, which was, of course, too small for me, so I had to make tinier pleats. I would have loved to make the full box pleats!

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