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These were our songs [sound recording] : musical memories of the war years.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Middletown Fall Creek Township Public Library - Middletown CD (Text) 76331000124837 Adult CDs Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 3 sound discs digital 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: Canada: CEMA Special Markets, 1991.

Content descriptions

General Note: Compact discs.
Formatted Contents Note: Disc One (I'll be with you in) apple blossom time Andrews Sister -- Hut-sut song Freddy Martin & His Orchestra -- Green eyes/ Helen O'Connell -- You made me love / Harry James & His Music Makers -- This love of mine / Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra; Frank Sinatra, vocal -- A String of pearls/ Glenn Miller & His Orchestra -- Tonight we love/ Freddy Martin & His Orchestra -- Jersey bounce/ Benny Goodman & His Orchestra -- Boogie woogie bugle boy/ Andrews Sisters -- Who wouldn't love you / Kay Kyser -- Moonlight cocktail / Glenn Miller & His Orchestra; Ray Eberle & Modernaires, vocal -- Tangerine / Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra -- Sleepy lagoon / Harry James & His Music Makers -- I left my heart at the stage door canteen / Swing & Sway with Sammy Kaye; Don Cornell, vocal -- (I've got a gal in) Kalamazoo / Glenn Miller & His Orchestra; Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton & Modernaires, vocal -- Cow-cow boogie / Freddie Slack; Ella Mae Morse, vocal -- Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition / There are such things / Tormmy Dorsey & His Orchestra; Frank Sinatra, vocal -- When the lights go on again / Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra -- I had the craziest dream / Disc Two Jukebox Saturday night / Tex Beneke & Modernaires -- Why don't you go right / Peggy Lee -- I've heard that song before / Harry James & His Music Makers -- You'd be so nice to come home to / Dinah Shore -- Comin' in on a wing and a prayer / Song Spinners -- You'll never know / Dick Haymes -- Paper doll / Mills Brothers' -- Shoo-shoo baby / Ella Mae Morse -- Besame mucho / Andy Russell -- G.I. Mive / Johnny Mercer -- Sunday, Monday or always / Bing Crosby -- Long ago (and far away) / Jo Stafford -- Straighten up and fly right / Nat King Cole Trio -- I'll walk alone / Martha Tilton -- And her tears flowed like wine / Stan Kenton & His Orchestra -- Swinging on a star / Bing Crosby -- It had to be you / Betty Hutton -- Disc Three Trolley song / Pied Pipers -- Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive / Johnny Mercer -- Rum and coca cola / Andrews Sisters -- Candy / Jo Stafford / Johnny Mercer -- Sentimental journey / Les Brown and His Band of Renown -- Dream / Pied Pipers -- Caldonia / Woody Herman & His Orchestra -- Chloe (song of the swamp) / Spike Jones -- Gotta be this or that / Benny Goodman & His Orchestra -- Tampico / Stan Kenton & His Orchestra -- There! I've said it again / Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra -- Chopin's polonaise / Carmen Cavallaro & His Orchestra -- On the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe / Johnny Mercer -- Bell-bottom trousers / Jerry Colonna -- Waitin' for the train to come in / Peggy Lee -- It's been a long, long time / Harry James & His Music Makers -- It might as well be spring / Margaret Whiting / Paul Weston & His Orchestra -- Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief / Betty Hutton -- Symphony / Jo Stafford -- Bumble Boogie / Freddy Martin & His Orchestra
Participant or Performer Note: Various performers
Subject: Popular music > 1940-1950.

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