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Songs that got us through WWII
Publication Information:
Los Angeles, CA : Rhino, [1990]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Selections previously released 1941-1945.

Compact disc, analog recording.

Program and biographical notes by Billy Vera (11 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Boogie woogie bugle boy (Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen & his orchestra) -- I'll be seeing you (Tommy Dorsey & his orchestra; Frank Sinatra, vocals) -- Don't get around much anymore (Never no lament) (Duke Ellington & his orchestra) -- Till then (Mills Brothers) -- G.I. jive (Johnny Mercer with Paul Weston & his orchestra) -- I'll walk alone (Martha Tilton) -- When the lights go on again (all over the world) (Vaughn Monroe & his orchestra; Vaughn Monroe, vocals) -- Yours (Jimmy Dorsey & his orchestra; Bob Eberly, Helen O'Connell, vocals) -- Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive (Johnny Mercer with Paul Weston & his orchestra) -- I don't want to walk without you (Harry James & his orchestra; Helen Forrest, vocals) -- I wonder (Louis Armstrong) -- Long ago (and far away) (Jo Stafford with Paul Weston & his orchestra) -- I'll get by (as long as I have you) (Ink Spots) -- (There'll be bluebirds over) The white cliffs of Dover (Jimmy Dorsey & his orchestra) -- Comin' in on a wing and a prayer (the Song Spinners) -- Sentimental journey (Les Brown & his orchestra; Doris Day, vocals) -- Waitin' for the train to come in (Peggy Lee) -- It's been a long, long time (Harry James & his orchestra; Kitty Kallen, vocals).
Format :
Music CD


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Material Type
Home Location
East Clinton Branch Library EASYLIS .ZS698 S Compact Disc Audio Visual

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This excellent collection of songs from "the War Years" includes the Andrews Sisters, Frank Sinatra, the Dorsey Brothers, and Harry James, among others. It's great for the novice. ~ Kenneth M. Cassidy

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