I love it when popular contemporary TV shows feature classic music from decades ago.
Music like Perry Como’s ‘A Dreamer’s Holiday‘, which showed up on Better Call Saul this week — Better Call Saul, Season 6, Episode 6, “Axe and Grind“.
The quirkily sweet song was played as Howard is getting dressed.
It then continues as he makes a latte for his wife.
Perry Como’s ‘A Dreamer’s Holiday‘ first came out in 1949, with Como and music trio The Fontane Sisters recording the song together.
That release was a big hit for them, making it to #4 on the Billboard chart and staying on the chart for almost five months.
Country singer Willie Nelson also recorded a cover of the mellow son.
That song was included on his 29th studio album Without a Song.
Listen to Perry Como’s ‘A Dreamer’s Holiday‘ from this week’s Better Call Saul in the video, and on The Essential Perry Como album in the Spotify player.
Check out more music from Better Call Saul on Leo Sigh, and watch the sixth and final season of Better Call Saul is now on AMC.
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