Wayne King - Wayne King in Hi-Fi (196?) MP3/Flac
If you like music with lots of lush string arrangements, then you'll like this album. I mostly bought this record for the album cover, but I also like all the songs. And I have fond memories of dancing to Wayne King songs at the practice parties of the dance studio where I took ballroom dancing for several years. All the songs on this album are well known and often-requested standards of the time, but I have to admit I had to chuckle when I heard "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life" because I associate that song with the movie "Young Frankenstein"! Well, the liner notes do refer to these songs as mood music, after all. (I couldn't find a release year for this album, but I'm guessing 1960s.)
And now, get set for a wonderful treat in high fidelity... as Wayne King and his orchestra show you how to put the "mood" in mood music.
Track listing for Wayne King in Hi-Fi:
1. Sweet and Lovely
2. L'Amour, Toujours L'Amour
3. I'm a Dreamer, Aren't We All
4. To Each His Own
5. Silver Moon
6. Sleepy Lagoon
1. They Say It's Wonderful
2. Harbor Lights
3. Laugh! Clown! Laugh!
4. Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life
5. Prisoner of Love
6. The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart)