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Sentimental journey: great ladies of song .

Shore, Dinah, 1917-1994 (Added Author). Forrest, Helen, (performer.). Lee, Peggy, 1920-2002 (performer.). Smith, Keely (performer.). Christy, June, 1925-1990 (performer.). Rivers, Mavis, (performer.). Morse, Ella Mae, (performer.). Tilton, Martha, (performer.). O'Connell, Helen, (performer.). Whiting, Margaret, 1924- (performer.). Holiday, Billie, 1915-1959 (performer.). Andrews Sisters, (performers.).
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Eckhart PL - Main CD POP40 Various Sentimental (Text) 840191000598815 Music - Main Floor Temporarily Unavailable -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 disc. 4 3/4 inches. 76 minutes.
  • Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : 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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