5 On Friday – Golden Songs Edition Part 1

5 On FRiday

5 On Friday is the meme invented by our friend Travis of Trav’s Thoughts. To join in, visit his blog to sign in and choose your five musical selections for the week to share with others.

Still totally in the insane midst of Awards Season so between now and the shade over six weeks until the Oscar broadcast on February 24, You get some of the amazing songs written for film honored by either Oscar (since 1934) or Golden Globe (since 1961) . Some won an award while others just settled for “It’s an honor just to be nominated”. Winners will be marked with an asterisk. We will kick it off with a beautiful bunch of “losers”.

They Can’t Take That Away From Me – George & Ira Gershwin, 1937 Shall We Dance

I Fall In Love Too Easily – Julie Styne & Sammy Cahn, 1945 Anchors Away

Too Late Now – Burton Lane & Alan Jay Learner, 1951 Royal Wedding

I Will Wait For You – Michel Legrand & Jacques Demy, 1965 Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Separate Lives – Stephen Bishop, 1985, White Nights


About Jamie

Retired Writer Editor - Loves Books, Musical Theater, politics for a good argument, genealogy, Scotland and owls
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4 Responses to 5 On Friday – Golden Songs Edition Part 1

  1. mjgolch says:

    gret set,Phil Colin’s seperate Lives is this weeks pick. I thank you for not havine the word verication turned on here.


  2. Cherie says:

    Certainly some great music there. Separate Lives was the most familiar for me, but I love the older ones too. 🙂


  3. Loving your Oscar lead-in sets, Jamie!


  4. Travis says:

    Any Set with classic Sinatra and Connie Francis is a winner with me!


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