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Sentimental journey: great ladies of song .

Shore, Dinah, 1917-1994 (Added Author). Forrest, Helen, 1917- performer. (Added Author). Lee, Peggy, 1920- performer. (Added Author). Smith, Keely, performer. (Added Author). Christy, June, performer. (Added Author). Rivers, Mavis, performer. (Added Author). Morse, Ella Mae, performer. (Added Author). Tilton, Martha, performer. (Added Author). O'Connell, Helen, performer. (Added Author). Whiting, Margaret, 1924- performer. (Added Author). Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959 performer. (Added Author). Andrews Sisters, performers. (Added Author).
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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Eckhart Public Library - Main CD POP40 Various Sentimental (Text) 840191000598815 Music - Main Floor Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 disc. 4 3/4 inches. 76 minutes.
  • Publisher: Capitol CDP 7 98014 2. Copyright 1992.

Content descriptions

General Note: Recorded 1942-1963.
Formatted Contents Note: CONTENTS: Sentimental journey; I'll walk alone (Dinah Shore). -I had the craziest dream; I've heard that song before (Helen Forrest). -Well all right! (tonight's the night); Shoo-shoo baby (the Andrews Sisters). -I'll never smile again; I'll get by Keely Smith). -Five o'clock whistle (Mavis Rivers). -And the angels sing (Martha Tilton). -I don't know enough about you; why don't you do right (Peggy Lee). -Shoo fly pie and apple pan dowdy; It's been a long, long time (June Christy). -Green eyes; I'm getting sentimental over you (Helen O'Connell). -No love, no nothin'; Cow-cow boogie (Ella Mae Morse). -You do (Margaret Whiting). -You've got to see mamma ev'ry night (Kay Starr). -Trav'lin light (Billie Holiday). -And her tears flowed like wine (Anita O'Day). -It will have to do) until the real thing comes along (June Hutton). -Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief (Betty Hutton). -Take the 'A' train (the King Sisters). -I'll be seeing you (Jo Stafford).
Subject: Popular music (Vocal).

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