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Tom Glazer

Tom Glazer was a great American songwriter, folk singer and all around entertainer. Like most folk singers, Glazer was known for writing ballads that dealt with the social and economic challenges of his time, like "Because All Men Are Brothers", recorded by The Weavers and Peter, Paul and Mary, "Talking Inflation Blues", recorded by Bob Dylan, and "A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore". However, he most likely sung his way into our hearts with his playful children’s songs like “On Top of Spaghetti” and “Why Does the Sun Shine” which was later covered by They Might Be Giants.

In addition to writing music, Glazer performed as well, making a successful professional début at Town Hall in New York City in January 1943. And, in 1945 had a radio show Tom Glazer's Ballad Box.
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Brenda Lee "Dynamite"
Brenda Lee
Album: Grandma, What Great Songs You Sang!/Miss Dynamite
Genre: Vintage Pop
Moods: Adventuresome, Cheerful, Loving
Frank Sinatra "Melody Of Love"
Frank Sinatra
Genres: Easy Listening, Jazz, Traditional Pop Music, Vocal, Vocal Jazz
Moods: Romantic, Sentimental
Hays & Wood, Pete Seeger & Tom Glazer "A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Any More"
Hays & Wood, Pete Seeger & Tom Glazer
Genre: Folk
Mood: Rebellious
Henri René and His Orchestra, Dinah Shore, Tony Martin, Betty Hutton & Phil Harris "The Musicians"
Henri René and His Orchestra, Dinah Shore, Tony Martin, Betty Hutton & Phil Harris
Album: Big Band Jazz Favorites
Genre: Big Band
Moods: Fun, Happy, Moving, Upbeat