The 1950s could be considered the last days of innocence. While Elvis gyrated to "Jailhouse Rock" and "All Shook Up," Pat Boone mused about "Love Letters In The Sand." Throughout the decade, "family-friendly" artists like Rosemary Clooney and Perry Como continued to release records and rule the AM airwaves. Pop music, short for "popular," was just that: music enjoyed by mom, dad and kids alike. The 3-disc Magic Moments ? The Best Of 50?s Pop, the companion set to the upcoming PBS special of the same name, revisits this time with the most memorable songs of the era. Includes #1 hits by Perry Como ("Catch A Falling Star"), Al Martino ("Here In My Heart"), Rosemary Clooney ("Hey There"), Debbie Reynolds ("Tammy"), Doris Day ("Secret Love") and more. All in a deluxe digibook packed with photos.