Classic Italian song from one of Italy’s greatest singing stars of the 20th century!
The Americanized version of ‘O Sole Mio!
Elvis could sing anything and make it sound amazing!
“It’s Now or Never” is a ballad recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Elvis Presley’s publishing company, in 1960. It is one of two popular songs based on the Italian song “‘O Sole mio” (music by Eduardo di Capua), the other being “There’s No Tomorrow“, recorded by U.S. singer Tony Martin in 1949, which inspired Presley’s version. The lyrics were written by Aaron Schroeder and Wally Gold. The single is the second best-selling single by Presley, and one of the best-selling singles of all time
Dean Martin – “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head” is one of the favorite songs for us all here at Santa Lucia. Here is a video with the lyrics, so you can sing along !
“Ain’t That a Kick in the Head?” is a hook-laden song that was written in 1960 with music by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Sammy Cahn. It was first recorded on May 10, 1960 by Dean Martin, with conducting by Nelson Riddle. Martin performed the song in the 1960 heist film Ocean’s 11 in an alternate arrangement featuring vibraphonist Red Norvo and his quartet.
Parsley is the world’s most popular herb. Here at Santa Lucia, we used it all the time !
Our home made Bolognese sauce is one of the favourites at Santa Lucia, the meat eaters love it!
Entre dos aguas is the first compilation album by the Spanish guitarist and composer Paco de Lucía.
This song always sets a cool mood at lunch time ! Reminds me of the summer, enjoy !
Throughout the 20th century red and white checked tablecloths in restaurants sent clear messages to patrons: this restaurant is inexpensive, friendly, and unpretentious. Whether ethnic or “American” they suggested that the customer was in a homey place, either authentically old fashioned or old world. What kind of ethnic? Beyond noting that they were never Chinese […]
This is the way former Canadien Pete Mahovlich describes how the NHL has changed since the days when he was playing. “Today, you get in the bus at the back and the guy says: ‘How far is it to the airport?’” Mahovlich says. “And the guy says it’s 28 minutes. Back then, it was four beers.…
Walking tour explores city’s influential musical past.
It’s no wonder we all have such fun times, it’s the vibe !
I’ve got to check this place out !
Where’s the purr-fect place for a coffee addict & cat enthusiast? The Happy Cat Cafe/Chat L’Heureux. Before I came to Montreal in September, I heard that Montreal had the first Cat Cafe in North America, and I swear I was more excited to visit this place than to begin university. I have visited this place with my closest […]
I first heard this band Mau Mau in 1996 at Barcelona’s Mercé Festival. The energy and tightness of this particular song Mostafaj struck me hard at the time and still holds a spot in my heart.
Mau Mau is an Italian band from Turin. It was formed in 1991 as a continuation of the underground cult group I Loschi Dezi.
Would be nice !
‘Mambo Italiano’ is one of the top favourites among our staff and clients.
Always puts a smile on our faces while we eat the pizza! Thanks to our Crazy Calabrese Alien Lentil for this tasty selection!
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This is THE classic Italian song played in our restaurant, everyone gets up to sing and dance along. A real fun song to have on our playlist, thanks DJLento for this selection !
“That’s Amore” is a 1953 song by composer Harry Warren and lyricist Jack Brooks. It became a major hit and signature song for Dean Martin in 1953. Amore (pronounced [aˈmoːre]) means “love” in Italian.
Montreal is a city filled with art whether it be local musicians in the metro busking, amazing jeweller or murals covering the buildings everywhere. In this case it’s murals. Every summer there’s Mural festival, where a bunch of artist get together and paint beautiful murals around the city. This was taken from last years festival […]
You gotta love Montréal for the art !