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written by: Gilligan
Go ahead, "take 5" and pour yourself a nice martini. Let's roll back to a time when the swingin' bachelor was king, and the Rat Pack still ruled Vegas. It's time to test your skills on the space-age grooves of the 50's and 60's. Turn on your hi-fi and let's go daddy-o!

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This actress/singer reportedly had a fling with Elvis Presley, was friends with Dean Martin, and guest starred on The Flintstones [view image]
The sound clip is from her song "Thirteen Men".
Doris Day
Peggy Lee
Dinah Shore

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He is famous as the owner of the Moon River Theater in Branson, Missouri. He had his own TV show, recorded 18 gold albums, and in the 1960's was signed to what was at that time the biggest recording contract in history. [sound clip: "Music To Watch Girls By"]
Dean Martin
Johnny Mathis
Andy Williams
Tony Bennett

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"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire..." are opening lines to "The Christmas Song" by this artist known as the "Velvet Fog". He has written over 250 songs, many have become jazz standards.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Mel Tormé
Cole Porter
Bing Crosby
Louis Prima

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This performer released a series of successful "mood music" albums; romantic instrumentals meant to be background music to enhance romance. Currently, he is probably best known as the bus driver Ralph Kramden from a popular show from the 50's.
Jackie Gleason
Jack Benny
Sid Fields
Buddy Hackett

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In 1966, "Mas Que Nada" was recorded by Sergio Mendes & _________ (fill in the blank)
the Miracles
Brasil '66
the Tijuana Brass

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Any lounge lizard worth his salt is familiar with this brand of lounge music, which can be described as "musical impressions" of mythical "shangri-las" dreamt of by "armchair safari-ers". It was popularized by Martin Denny, Les Baxter, and Arthur Lyman, and the songs often contained bongo percussion and primate shrieks to invoke the dangers of the jungle.

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The release of this 1996 film, which starred Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Ron Livingston, and Heather Graham, caused a brief lounge revival.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Ocean's 11
Casino Royale

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Which member of the famous Rat Pack was called by Playboy magazine "the coolest man who ever lived" and recorded such hits as ""That's Amore", "Everybody Loves Somebody", and "Volare".
Frank Sinatra
Dean Martin
Joey Bishop
Sammy Davis, Jr.

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He was the voice of the orangutan King Louie in the Walt Disney film The Jungle Book. Known as the King of Swing, his medley of "Just a Gigolo"/"I Ain't Got Nobody" was covered by David Lee Roth in the 1980s.
Cab Calloway
Louis Prima
Bobby Darin
Herb Alpert

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In 1994, this artist performed his 25,000th solo show in Las Vegas. Frank, Dino, Sammy ... they're all gone, but he still holds his ground and keeps the ties to old Vegas alive. For that, he deserves a great big "Danke Schoen".
Dabney Coleman
Wayne Newton
Steve Lawrence
Barry Manilow

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Comedians have a bad habit of lampooning lounge acts. An example of this is demonstrated in the sound clip provided: "Ice, Ice Baby" by comedian Richard Cheese and his band Lounge Against the Machine. Which Saturday Night Live comedian portrayed a particularly bad lounge act famous for his terrible rendition of "Star Wars" and "Feelings"?
Mike Myers
Dana Carvey
Phil Hartman
Bill Murray

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Often considered nothing more than an elevator music cliche, the bossa nova classic "The Girl from Ipanema" is actually a worldwide phenomenon. The number of artists who have covered it is endless, and the song is truly recognized around the world.
Finish the lyric: "When she walks she's like a ______ that, swings so cool and sways so gentle, that when she passes
each one she passes goes "a-a-ah!"
palm tree

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This pin up girl and sultry singer was married to Jack Webb of "Dragnet" fame. Later she would play nurse Dixie McCall, RN, on the TV show "Emergency!" (1972–1979).  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Sandra Dee
Kiki Dee
Barbara Eden
Julie London

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