Johnny Mathis
16 Most Requested Songs
The World of Nat King Cole
Sammy Davis, Jr.

Vocal » Vocal Pop

Vocal Pop is considerably different than traditional pop, which is largely comprised of standards and performed by skilled singers like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. Vocal pop is considerably lighter, falling somewhere between pop and easy listening. Vocal pop's heyday was in the late '50s and early '60s, before rock & roll had completely infiltrated all areas of popular record making. In those days, clean-cut groups like the Four Freshmen sang sweet, romantic, and innocent songs that were given lush productions and arrangements. Vocal pop primarily consisted of similar groups and sounds -- the material was lighter than traditional pop, but sonically it had more in common with those standards than it did with rock.

Vocal Pop Artists Highlights

Johnny Mathis
Johnny Mathis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Vic Damone
Vic Damone
Doris Day
Doris Day
Cole Porter
Cole Porter
Fred Astaire
Fred Astaire

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Vocal Pop Album Highlights

16 Most Requested Songs
Ray Conniff
16 Most Requested Songs
The World of Nat King Cole
Nat King Cole
The World of Nat King Cole
The Definitive Collection
Sammy Davis, Jr.
The Definitive Collection
Dino: The Essential Dean Martin
Dean Martin
Dino: The Essential Dean ...
The Ultimate Tony Bennett
Tony Bennett
The Ultimate Tony Bennett
Sinatra: Best of the Best
Frank Sinatra
Sinatra: Best of the Best

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Vocal Pop Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
The Way You Look Tonight Ray Conniff
Stardust Nat King Cole
Mr. Bojangles Sammy Davis, Jr.
You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You Dean Martin
I Left My Heart in San Francisco Tony Bennett
I've Got the World on a String Frank Sinatra
The Way You Look Tonight Frank Sinatra
One Less Bell to Answer The 5th Dimension
Under Paris Skies Andy Williams
Again Doris Day / Mellomen

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