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White bucks. Milk. Clean Christian living. Bet ya didn't even need the last two clues to figure we're talkin' Pat Boone here!! From 1955 through 1962 this clean- livin' Son of the South (born Charles Eugene Boone on 6/1/34 in Jacksonville, FL) placed 38 songs in the Top 40. Included herein are the majority of them plus a couple extras. His style ranged from love ballads ("April Love" and "Love Letters In the Sand") to gospel ("Wonderful Time Up There") to downright silliness—"Speedy Gonzales" and the "Wang Dang Taffy-Apple Tango (Mambo Cha Cha Cha)." He married Shirley Foley, daughter of country star Red, and produced 4 daughters, one of whom (Debby) later sang "You Light up My Life." At this writing, he is engaged in a controversy with the Christian Right over his latest LP of "heavy metal" songs!! Hard to believe from the guy who once substituted "cider" for "liquor" in his version of Elvis' "Blue Suede Shoes"—("steal my cider from an old fruit jar.")
Hope you enjoy these offerings. If you're a child of the 50's and 60's, they will certainly take you back in time to the senior prom, lover's lane, and the malt shop. If you're too young for those—ask your grandma!!
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