Since yesterday was such a good day, and I promised to make a new post with happy oldies, well, here there are the next three:
"La Dolce Vita" (finale) by Nino Rota.
If I learned something watching How to lose friends and alienate people, it was the fact that La Dolce Vita theme can make you smile (I mean, Fellini's film was depressing).
I uploaded the clip in Flickr, 'cause it will be probably deleted from Youtube.
"Pass me by" cover by Peggy Lee
The song was originally composed for Father Goose, but I love Peggy's version. Its rhythm really cheers you up.
"Thoroughly modern Millie" by Julie Andrews.
This is the best thing from the movie with the same name (it had its moments, but it wasn't very good overall). It's joyful, it's about the Roaring Twenties, and Julie's rendition is great.
Hope you enjoyed!
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