Atomic Age Cocktail Party

We’re in the Money (1065)

Atomic Age logo with an illustration of a man holding bills and a giant coin. Text reads Episode 1065 We're in the Money

On The Atomic Age Cocktail Party this week, we’re in the money! Songs about riches and fortune. All those things money can buy. And sometimes a look at those things money can’t buy. Pennies from heaven, three coins in a fountain, diamonds, pearls, and all sorts of hi-fi songs that will make you feel like a million bucks. Lined up, music from Margaret Whiting, Ella Mae Morse, Dean Martin, and Elvis Presley.


Title Artist Album
We're in the Money Rosemary Clooney Dedicated To Nelson
The Sound Of Money Edmundo Ros Broadway Goes Latin
Who Needs Money Elvis Presley Clambake (Original Soundtrack Album)
Greenback Dollar Bill Sam Butera Las Vegas Prima Style
With Plenty Of Money And You (Oh! Baby What I Couldn't Do) The Ink Spots The Best Of The Ink Spots
Money Tree Margaret Whiting The Capitol Collector's Series
I Found a Million Dollar Baby (in a Five and Ten Cent Store) Don Swan and his Orchestra All This And Cha Cha Too
Two For A Nickle, Three For A Dime Neal Hefti The Band With Young Ideas
I'm A Rich Woman Ella Mae Morse Barrelhouse, Boogie And The Blues
Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend Ray Martin Million Dollar Melodies
A String Of Pearls Jerry Gray and his Band Next Generation Swing Volume 2
Poor Little Rich Girl Chris Connor A Jazz Date With Chris Connor
Something Money Can't Buy Richard Hayman Symphony Orchestra Melodies Of Love
If I Were a Rich Man The Frank Barber Percussion Deep Percussion
Money Is a Problem Dean Martin Ten Thousand Bedrooms
Three Coins in the Fountain Ray Conniff Memories Are Made Of This
Pennies from Heaven Doris Drew Big Hits From Columbia Pictures
Big Spender Peggy Lee Big Spender