Kitsch music comes from a bygone era, a carefree, nostalgic fantasy world. It's one of smiles and perfect pearls, where everything is swell and nifty. This album focuses on the whimsical sounds of the '50s & ‘60s and would eventually become the first round of Muzak. There are energetic, plucky pizzicato of the busy housewife, syrupy sweet swoony strings, and the Hammond organ with all its goofy retro charm. These are all the sounds you'd find on an Esquivel album or on the soundtrack to A Summer Place. Ideal for comedy, dramedy, and anyone doing a parody of a 1950's educational film!