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Dean Martin – ‘Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine’ is the Santa Lucia Song of the Day!

Dean Martin’s ‘Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine’, a great tune for a sumptuous summer day!

Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine is a 1964 compilation album by Capitol Records released after Dean Martin moved to Reprise Records. It collects several non-LP singles and album tracks recorded by Dean while with Capitol.

‘Mushaboom’ by Feist is the Santa Lucia Song of the Day !

Mushaboom reminds me of mushroom pizza !

Mushaboom” is the first single released by indie pop singer Feist from her album Let It Die. It was released November 23, 2004 by Universal International, and is Feist’s second single released in Canada, after “Inside and Out“.

The title comes from Mushaboom, Nova Scotia, a village on Mushaboom Harbour, about 100 km east of Halifax.

Feist performed the song live on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in January 2006 and appears on the 2008 compilation album, Northern Songs: Canada’s Best and Brightest.

It also is part of the soundtrack of the movie 500 Days of Summer.

Restaurant Santa Lucia

‘Death of the Revolution’ by Quantic is the Restaurant Santa Lucia Song of the Day!

Italian Ska?

Whatever! This is so cool!

William Holland is a musician, DJ and record producer from Bewdley, Worcestershire. He is based in New York City after spending 7 years inColombia.

He records under various guises, notably, Quantic, The Quantic Soul Orchestra, and The Limp Twins. His music draws upon elements of cumbia,salsa, bossa nova, soul, funk and jazz. Holland plays guitars, bass, double bass, piano, organ, saxophone, accordion and percussion. Much of his sound is original composition with little in the way of sampling of other artists’ material.

Holland also has his own label Magnetic Fields on which he releases heavy soul and funk. He has also taken on remix duties for over 30 songs.

Frank Sinatra’s ‘Three Coins In The Fountain’ is the Restaurant Santa Lucia Song of the Day!

A beautiful song by Old Blue Eyes himself!

When this song comes on, the lovers move in closer to each other and hold hands, aaww!

 

Three Coins in the Fountain” is a popular song which received the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1954.[1]

The melody was written by Jule Styne, the lyrics by Sammy Cahn.[1] It was written for the romance film, Three Coins in the Fountain and refers to the act of throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountainin Rome while making a wish. Each of the film’s three stars performs this act.

‘They All Laughed’ by Bing Crosby is the Santa Lucia Song of the Day !

This swinging little ditty is one of our oldest tunes played at the “Luch” ! Bing’s voice is like hot butter on a pizza crust ! mmmm so good !

 

They All Laughed” is a song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin, written for the 1937 film Shall We Dance where it was introduced by Ginger Rogers as part of a song and dance routine with Fred Astaire. The lyrics compare those who “laughed at me, wanting you” with those who laughed at some of history’s famous scientific and industrial pioneers, asking, “Who’s got the last laugh now?” People and advances mentioned are Christopher Columbus‘s alleged proof the earth is round; Thomas Edison‘s phonograph; Guglielmo Marconi‘s wireless telegraphy; the Wright brothers‘s first flight; the Rockefeller Center; Eli Whitney‘s cotton gin; Robert Fulton‘s North River Steamboat; Milton S. Hershey‘s Hershey bar chocolate; and Henry Ford‘s “Tin Lizzy” Model T car.

Taste of a decade: 1880s restaurants — Restaurant-ing through history

In the 1880s a wider range of foods became available to people living in cities, allowing restaurant menus to became more varied. Cold storage warehouses and refrigerated rail cars brought cheaper Chicago beef and out-of-season produce. Mechanically frozen ice, free from the impurities of lake ice, became available. Cheese and butter, once made on farms, […]

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