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The war years
James, Harry, 1916-1983.
Publication Information:
New York : Tele House, [1974]

Physical Description:
2 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereophonic ; 12 in.
General Note:
Container title: The greatest hits of the war years.

Popular songs from the Second World War era, performed by various artists.

"Electronically re-recorded to simulate stereo" -- Label.
Record 1: Comin' in on a wing and a prayer (Ralph Hunter Choir) -- I had the craziest dream (Harry James orchestra ; vocal, Helen Forrest) -- Der Fuehrer's face (Spike Jones and His City Slickers ; vocal, Carl Grayson) -- When the lights go on again (all over the world) (Vaughan Monroe orchestra) -- Lilli Marlene (Marlene Dietrich) --Playmates (Kay Kyser orchestra ; vocal, Sully Mason, Little Audrey and Her Playmates) -- Music makers (Harry James orchestra) -- Remember Pearl Harbor (Sammy Kaye orchestra) -- Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition (Kay Kyser orchestra) -- I don't want to walk without you (Harry James orchestra ; vocal, Helen Forrest) -- Bell bottom trousers (Tony Pastor orchestra ; vocal, Ruth McCullough, Tony Pastor) -- This love of mine (Tommy Dorsey orchestra ; vocal, Frank Sinatra) -- Now is the hour (Maori farewell song) (Gracie Fields) --

Record 2: The last time I saw Paris (Kate Smith) -- I left my heart at the stage door canteen (Sammy Kaye orchestra ; vocal, Don Cornell) -- I've got sixpence (as I go rolling home) (Ralph Hunter choir) -- I'll never smile again (Tommy Dorsey orchestra ; vocal, Frank Sinatra, The Pied Pipers) -- Any bonds today? (Kay Kyser orchestra) -- It's been a long, long time (Harry James orchestra ; vocal, Kitty Kallen) -- Kiss the boys goodbye (Tommy Dorsey orchestra ; vocal, Connie Haines) -- (There'll be blue birds over) The white cliffs of Dover (Kay Kyser orchestra ; vocal, Harry Babbitt) -- You'll never know (Harry James orchestra ; vocal, Rosemary Clooney) -- A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square (Mello-Larks) -- Bless 'em all (Barry Wood and the King Sisters) -- Sound off (Vaughan Monroe orchestra) -- We'll meet again (Vera Lynn with Roland Shaw and members of Her Majesty's forces).
Added Title:
Greatest hits of the war years.
Format :
Music LP


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BP 1906 RECORD 2 Phonograph Record Grosvenor Room-Closed Stacks-Cage

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