If you remember Andy Williams at all, you remember "Moon River," the easy smile, the colorful sweaters. He was among the last clean-cut crooners to hit before rock dirtied up the scene. His career was a stubborn refutation of '60s Sturm und Drang—where hip singers were dazed and confused, Andy had a Happy Heart. (Small wonder his "Can't Get Used to Losing You" was successfully covered by a ska band, whose peppy approach to romantic loss mirrored Andy's.) Abbie Hoffman said, "Kill your parents"; Andy Williams did Christmas... More >>>