The 1950s musical love affair between Italy and the United States was a two-way street. A golden era of Italian popular songs that resulted in a deep repertoire of classics that continue to be influential to this day.
Italian-American stars such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Louis Prima were known for drawing on influences from their ancestral Italy, hitting it big on the pop charts with songs in Italian (or pseudo-Italian, as the case may be). Even singers such as Rosemary Clooney and Nat King Cole were sprinkling their hits with musical oregano.
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