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- Physical Description: 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet.
- Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Collection of Recordings ; 
- Copyright: ℗1993
All selections previously released between 1939 and 1945.
Program notes by Robert Bamberger and bibliographical references (58 p. : ill. ; 12 x 14 cm.) inserted in container.
Smithsonian Collection of Recordings: RD 100 (MSD2M-35384--MSD2R-35384).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
disc 1. We'll meet again / Benny Goodman and his orchestra featuring Peggy Lee (3:16) -- The last time I saw Paris / Tony Martin (3:19) -- Moonglow / Artie Shaw and his orchestra (3:24) -- A boy in khaki, a girl in lace / Dinah Shore (2:51) -- As time goes by / Adelaide Hall (2:49) -- Intermezzo / Glenn Miller and his orchestra (3:45) -- I'm thinking tonight of my blue eyes / Bing Crosby with Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers (3:12) -- Don't get around much anymore / The Ink Spots (3:05) -- Sand in my shoes / Connie Boswell (3:11) -- I cover the waterfront / Artie Shaw and his orchestra (3:29) -- Lili Marlene / Marlene Dietrich (3:24) -- I remember you / Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra featuring Bob Eberly (2:57) -- Moon over Burma / Dorothy Lamour (3:40) -- Flamingo / Duke Ellington and his famous orchestra featuring Herb Jeffries (3:22) -- I'll walk alone / Mary Martin (3:09) -- (There'll be bluebirds over) The white cliffs of Dover / Lew Stone and his band featuring Benny Lee (3:17) -- Ma, I miss your apple pie / The Jesters (2:22) -- If a grey-haired lady (says how's your father) / Flanagan and Allen (2:46) -- White Christmas / Vera Lynn with Mantovani and his orchestra (3:19) -- You'll never know / Dick Haymes (2:45) -- Goodnight, wherever you are / Harry Leader and his orchestra featuring Helen Clare (3:16)
disc 2. When the swallows come back to Capistrano / Glenn Miller and his orchestra featuring Ray Eberle (2:40) -- Someone's rocking my dream boat / The Ink Spots (3:18) -- A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square / Ambrose and his orchestra featuring Anne Shelton (3:10) -- I'll get by (as long as I have you) / Woody Herman and his orchestra (3:00) -- I don't want to walk without you / Betty Jane Rhodes (3:10) -- San Antonio Rose / Bing Crosby with Bob Crosby and his orchestra (3:14) -- Star eyes / Stephane Grappelli Quintet (3:21) -- Moonlight on the Ganges / Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra (2:54) -- Time was (Duerme) / Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria orchestra featuring Carmen Castillo (2:42) -- A little on the lonely side / Frankie Carle and his orchestra (3:03) -- Love of my life / Artie Shaw and his orchestra featuring Anita Boyer (3:20) -- I'll never smile again / Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers (3:09) -- We'll gather lilacs / Jack Payne and his orchestra featuring Jane Lee (3:12) -- When they sound the last all clear / Lew Stone and his band featuring Benny Lee (3:08) -- The nearness of you / Dinah Shore (2:37) -- One dozen roses / Connie Boswell (2:49) -- I met her on Monday / The Mills Brothers (2:40) -- My dreams are getting better all the time / Les Brown and his orchestra featuring Doris Day (3:17) -- Sentimental journey / The Merry Macs (3:00) -- It's been a long long time / Bing Crosby with Les Paul and his trio (2:58) -- I'll be seeing you / Carroll Gibbons and the Savoy Hotel Orpheans featuring Julie Dawn (2:35).
|Participant or Performer Note:||
"Original recordings by Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, Glenn Miller, Connie Boswell, the Mills Brothers, Artie Shaw, Dick Haymes, Xavier Cugat, Jimmy Dorsey, and many others"--Container.
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|Subject:||Popular music > 1931-1940.
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|Genre:||Big band music.