Pat Boone is a clean-cut singer and teen idol from the 1950s whose popularity at that time rivaled that of Elvis Presley. Boone's many hits, most from the mid to late 1950s, include "Ain't That A Shame" (1955), "I Almost Lost My Mind" (1956), and "Love Letters In The Sand" (1957). Later hits with links to song clips are given below.
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- Big Cold Wind 1961
- I'll See You In My Dreams 1962
- Johnny Will 1961
- Moody River 1961
(This song topped the charts.)
- (Welcome) New Lovers 1960
- Speedy Gonzales 1962
(The voice of the "Speedy Gonzales" cartoon character can be heard in this song.)
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