It’s time to take out your cocktail glasses, invite over some swinging Guys and Dolls and remember the all-night mischief that is LOUNGE MUSIC. Hi-Fi’s are gone but beautiful people live on. Lounge Legends still perform at: Drumpf Tower, The Palms, Mohegan Sun and Fox Woods. Since the Grunge music of the early 90’s, LOUNGE MUSIC is back full strength. Digital sound, great graphics and repackaging make it even more appealing.
Besides, Boomers all want to hear their parent’s music. Cocktail Classics are NOT emotional for Generation Xer’s, instead a real trip back in time to conservative dress and musical style. Some call it SUPER COOL and others say, “LOUNGE LIZARD MUSIC” is so five minutes ago”. In any case, feast your eyes below on some of the Crooners and Balladeers heard on the Pop Radio during the last several decades.
(After the Lovin, Please Release Me, The Last Waltz)
(Midnight Blue, Just You and I, Don’t Cry Out Loud)
(It’s Not Unusual, Green Green Grass of Home, She’s A Lady, What’s New Pussy Cat?)
Air Supply’s Russell Hitchcock
(All Out of Love, Sweet Dreams, Making Love Out of Nothing At All, Lost in Love)
(To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before, All of You, Can’t HelpFalling In Love, Moonlight Lady)
(Someday Soon, Both Sides Now, Send in the Clowns, Amazing Grace)
(Roses Are Red, Blue on Blue, Melody of Love, Mr. Lonely, Blue Velvet)
(American Pie, Vincent, And I Love You So, Since I Don’t Have You)
Click PLAY AUDIO and hear a Cocktail Classic Trumpet Solo recorded Live at Club Jack Raymond.
(Hear why there’s not a more beautiful sound in the whole, wide world than the silence right after J.R. stops playing his trumpet.)