RDA086 - Golden Age of Entertainment on CD

RDA086 - Golden Age of Entertainment on CD

5 CD Set

Song Listing:

Record 1:

The Great Entertainers Swanee (Al Jolson), Over the Rainbow (Judy Garland with Victor Young & His Orchestra), A Couple of Song And Dance Men (Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby with The John Scott Trotter Orchestra), Makin' Whoopee (Eddie Cantor), You Gotta Start Off Each Day With a Song (Jimmy Durante, Eddie Jackson with Orchestra Conducted by Ray Bargy), Thanks for The Memory (Bob Hope and Shirley Ross), Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day (Bing Crosby), I've Got the World on a String (Louis Armstrong), The Say It's Wonderful (Ethel Merman and Bruce Yarnell), Some of These Days (Sophie Tucker), When My Baby Smiles at Me (Ted Lewis and His Orchestra)

Record 2:

Jukebox Jamboree Juke Box Saturday Night (Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires), Daddy (Sammy Kaye, His Orchestra and Chorus), Beer Barrel Polka (The Andrews Sisters), On the Atchison Topeka and the Santa Fe (Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers), Sugar Blues (Clyde McCoy), Shoo-Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy (June Christy with Stan Kenton and His Orchestra), Three Little Fishies Itty Bitty Poo (Kay Kyser and His Orchestra), I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover (Art Mooney and His Orchestra), Mockin' Bird Hill (Les Paul and Mary Ford), 12th Street Rag (Pee Wee Hunt), Der Fuehrer's Face (Spike Jones and His Orchestra)

Record 3:

The Great Male Vocalists The Night We Called It a Day (Frank Sinatra), Swinging on a Star (Bing Crosby), Till the End of Time (Perry Como), California Her I Come (Al Jolson), There I've Said It Again (Vaughn Monroe), You'll Never Know (Dick Haymes with The Song Spinners), There's No Tomorrow (Tony Martin), We Could Make Such Beautiful Music (Buddy Clark with Wayne King and His Orchestra), Amor (Andy Russell), Paradise (Russ Columbo), The Breeze and I (Bob Eberly with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra)

Record 4:

Let's Dance/The Great Swing Bands Begin the Beguine (Artie Shaw and His Orchestra), In the Mood (Glenn Miller and His Orchestra), Take the "A" Train (Duke Ellington and His Orchestra), Song of India (Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), King Porter Stomp (Benny Goodman and His Orchestra), Music Makers (Harry James and His Orchestra), Stardust Ballroom/The Great Sweet Bands Somebody Else Is Taking My Place (Russ Morgan and His Orchestra), The Waltz You Save for Me (Wayne King and His Orchestra), Thinking of You (Harry Babbitt with Kay Kyser and His Orchestra), There Goes That Song Again (Nancy Norman with Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra), Piano Concerto No. 1 (Tchaikovsky) (Freddy martin and His Orchestra, Jack Fina - piano), Auld Lan Syne (Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians)

Record 5:

The Great Female Vocalists The Trolley Song (Judy Garland with George Stoll and His Orchestra), That Old Feeling (Kate Smith), Manana Is Soon Enough for Me (Peggy Lee), I Don't Want to Walk Without You (Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Orchestra), September in the Rain (Jo Stafford), Mr. Paganini If You Can't Sing It You'll Have to Swing It (Ella Fitzgerald), Stormy Weather (Lena Horn), Amapola (Helen O'Connell), Blues In The Night (Dinah Shore), A Tree in the Meadow (Margaret Whiting), I'll Walk Alone (Martha Tilton), Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man (Helen Morgan)

Record 6:

The Golden Age of Radio When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain (Kate Smith with Orchestra Under the Direction of Skitch Henderson), My Time Is Your Time (Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees), Clancy Lowered the Boom (Dennis Day), Moonlight and Roses Bring Mem'ries of You (Lanny Ross), Now's the Time to Fall in Love (Eddie Cantor), Rhapsody in Blue (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, George Gershwin - Piano), Inka Dinka Doo (Jimmy Durante with Six Hits and a Miss), Marta (Arthur Tracy), Sleep (Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians), Ti-Pi-Tin (Joan Edwards, Barry Wood and The Hit Paraders), Love Me or Leave Me (Dinah Shore with The Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street), Au Revoir, Pleasant Dreams (Ben Bernie)

Record 7:

Sweet Harmony/The Golden Groups Paper Doll (The Mills Brothers), I'll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time (The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra), Mairzy Doats (The Merry Macs), If I Didn't Care (The Ink Spot), Dream (The Pied Pipers), Chattanooga Choo Choo (Tex Beneke, Paula Kelly and The Modernaires with Glenn Miller and His Orchestra) The Great Rhythm Singers It's A Sin To Tell A Lie (Fats Waller), Lover Man Oh Where Can You Be (Billie Holiday), Minnie the Moocher - The Ho De Ho Song (Cab Calloway), Stone Cold Dead in the Market (Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five), Rockin' Chair (Mildred Bailey), Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive - Mister In-Between (Johnny Mercer)

Record 8:

Hollywood Cavalcade road to Morocco from "Road to Morocco" (Bing Crosby and Bob Hope), Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief from "Stork Club" (Betty Hutton), I've Got My Lvoe to Keep Me Warm from "On the Avenue" (Dick Powell), Anniversary Song from "The Jolson Story" (Al Jolson with Morris Stoloff and His Orchestra), You Are My Lucky Star from "Broadway Melody of 1936 (Eleanor Powell with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), Mimi from "Love Me Tonight" (Maurice Chevalier), When You Wish Upon a Star from "Pinnochio" (Cliff Edwards), South American Way from "Down Argentine Way (Carmen Miranda), The Moon of Manakoora from "The Hurricane" (Dorothe Lamour with Dick McINtire and His Harmony Hawaiians), For Every Man There's a Woman from "Casbah" (Tony Martin), Night and Day from "The Gay Divorcee" (Fred Astaire with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra)

Record 9:

The Toast of Broadway There's No Business Like Show Business from "Annie Get Your Gun" (Ethel Merman and Cast), Once in Love with Amy from "Where's Charley?" (Ray Bolger with Sy Oliver and His Orchestra), People Will Say We're in Love from "Oklahoma" (Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts with Chorus Under the Direction of Jay Blackton), My Heat Belongs to Daddy from "Leave It to Me!" (Mary Martin with Orchestra Conducted by Ray Sinatra), So in Love from "Kiss Me, Kate" (Alfred Drake), Soliloquy My Boy Bill from "Carousel" (John Raitt) Hear The Again/The Golden Voices It's a Grand Night for Singing (James Melton), The Donkey Serenade (Allan Jones), Indian Love Call (Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald), The Song Is You (John Charles Thomas), Bluebird of Happiness (Jan Peerce)

Record 10:

They Wrote the Songs/Carmichael, Berlin and Kern Stardust (Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael), Blue Skies (Harry James and His Orchestra), Alexander's Ragtime Band (The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra), All the Things You Are (Helen Forrest with Artie Shaw and His Orchestra), Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians) They Wrote the Songs/ Gershwin, Rodgers, and Porter I've Got A Crush on You (Ella Fitzgerald), Bess, You Is My Woman (Lawrence Tibbett and Helen Jepson), Bewitched (Bill Snyder, Piano), There's a Small Hotel (Peggy Lee), You're the Top (Cole Porter), I've Got You Under My Skin (Perry Como)

Our Price: $70.00
Stock Info: 25 In Stock
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