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Various - The Great Band Era (1936-1945) MP3

Various - The Great Band Era (1936-1945) MP3

Performer: Various
Title: The Great Band Era (1936-1945)
Country: US
Catalog Number: RDD-025
Label: Reader's Digest
Released: 1964
Style: Calypso, Big Band, Swing
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 481

Tracklist

1Enric Madriguera And His OrchestraBrazil
Written-By – Barroso
2Artie Shaw And His OrchestraNightmare
Written-By – Artie Shaw
3Glenn Miller And His OrchestraThe Lamp Is Low
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Shefter, Ravel, Parish, DeRose
4Glenn Miller And His OrchestraMoonlight Mood
Vocals – Skip Nelson, The ModernairesWritten-By – Adamson, DeRose
5Lionel Hampton And His OrchestraFlying Home
Written-By – Goodman, Hampton
6Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraDaddy
Vocals – Kaye ChoirWritten-By – Troup
7Artie Shaw And His OrchestraFrenesi
Written-By – Dominguez, Russell, Charles
8 1944 Part 1
9Hal Kemp And His OrchestraI've Got A Pocket Full Of Dreams
Vocals – Judy StarrWritten-By – Monaco, Burke
10 12 Great Band Theme Songs
11"Fats" Waller & His RhythmAll My Life
Vocals – "Fats" WallerWritten-By – Stept, Mitchell
12Charlie Barnet And His OrchestraAll This And Heaven Too
Vocals – Larry Taylor Written-By – Delange, Van Heusen
13Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraMusic, Maestro, Please
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Wrubel, Magidson
14Bob Chester And His OrchestraWith The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
Vocals – Dolores O'NeillWritten-By – Edwards, Lawrence
15Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraFools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Mercer, Bloom
16Eddy Duchin And His OrchestraMoonlight And Shadows
Vocals – Lew SherwoodWritten-By – Hollaender, Robin
17Bunny Berigan & His OrchestraI Cried For You
Vocals – Kathleen LaneWritten-By – Lyman, Freed, Arnheim
18Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraTangerine
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Mercer, Schertzinger
19Glenn Miller And His OrchestraSierra Sue
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Joseph B. Carey
20Ziggy Elman & His OrchestraAnd The Angels Sing
Written-By – Mercer, Elman
21Tommy Dorsey And His Clambake SevenThe Music Goes Round And Round
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Farley, Riley, Hodgson
22Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraYou Always Hurt The One You Love
Vocals – Billy Williams Written-By – Roberts, Fisher
23Rudy Vallee And His Connecticut YankeesVieni, Vieni
Vocals – Rudy Vallee, The Gentlemen SongstersWritten By – Scotto-Koger-Varna-Vallee
24 1942 Part 2
25Benny Goodman And His OrchestraI Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Vocals – Martha TiltonWritten-By – Ellington, Nemo, Mills, Redmond
26Ozzie Nelson And His OrchestraSays My Heart
Written-By – Lane, Loesser, Harriet Hilliard
27 1940 Part 2
28Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansA Sailboat In The Moonlight
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Lombardo, Loeb
29Glenn Miller And His OrchestraBlue Rain
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Van Heusen, Mercer
30Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraOur Love
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Bernier, Clinton, Emmerich
31Tony Pastor And His OrchestraDance With A Dolly
Vocals – Tony PastorWritten-By – Eaton, Leader, Shand
32Benny Goodman And His OrchestraBob White
Vocals – Martha TiltonWritten-By – Hanighen, Mercer
33Artie Shaw And His OrchestraThis Time The Dreams On Me
Vocals – Bonnie LakeWritten-By – Arlen, Mercer
34Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraDolores
Vocals – Frank Sinatra, The Pied PipersWritten-By – Loesser, Alter
35 1936
36Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraSleepy Lagoon
Trombone [Solo] – Tommy DorseyWritten-By – Coates, Lawrence
37Hal McIntyre And His OrchestraSentimental Journey
Written-By – Homer, Green, Brown
38Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraI'll Be Seeing You
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Kahal, Fain
39Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraWhen The Lights Go On Again
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Benjemen, Seiler, Marcus
40Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansBei Mir Bist Du Schon
Vocals – Male TrioWritten-By – Jacobs, Cahn, Chaplin, Secunda
41Glenn Miller And His OrchestraBlueberry Hill
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Lewis, Stock, Rose
42Larry Clinton And His OrchestraMy Reverie
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Clinton
43 1942 Part 1
44Glenn Miller And His OrchestraPerfidia
Vocals – Dorothy Claire, The Four ModernairesWritten-By – Dominguez, Leeds
45Artie Shaw And His OrchestraI Don't Want To Walk Without You
Vocals – Paula KellyWritten-By – Loesser, Styne
46Jan Savitt And His Top HattersYou Go To My Head
Vocals – Carlotta DaleWritten-By – Gillespie, Coots
47Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraI Dream Of You
Vocals – Freddie Stewart Written-By – Osser, Goetschius
48The Four King Sisters With Male ChorusMairzy Doats (And Dozy Doats)
Written-By – Hoffman, Livingston, Drake
49Skinnay Ennis And His OrchestraWishing
Vocals – Skinnay EnnisWritten-By – Bud DeSylva
50Hal Kemp And His OrchestraThe Moon Got In My Eyes
Vocals – Bob Allen Written-By – Johnston, Burke
51Freddy Martin And His OrchestraRose O'Day
Vocals – Eddie Stone And ChorusWritten-By – Lewis, Tobias
52Larry Clinton And His OrchestraHeart And Soul
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Loesser, Carmichael
53Benny Goodman And His OrchestraGoodbye
Written-By – Gordon Jenkins
54Bob Chester And His OrchestraWe Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me)
Vocals – Dolores O'NeillWritten-By – Robertson, Cogane, Mysels
55 1937 Part 1
56Charlie Spivak And His OrchestraStar Dreams
Written-By – Spivak, Burke, Dee
57Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansSo Rare
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Herst, Sharpe
58Charlie Barnet And His OrchestraI Hear A Rhapsody
Vocals – Bob CarrollWritten-By – Gasparre, Fragos, Baker
59Freddy Martin And His OrchestraSymphony
Vocals – Clyde RogersWritten-By – Alstone, Lawrence
60 1939 Part 1
61Glenn Miller And His OrchestraA Pink Cocktail For A Blue Lady
Vocals – Skip NelsonWritten-By – Oakland, Magidson
62Benny Goodman And His OrchestraChristopher Columbus
Written-By – Razaf, Berry
63Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraTaking A Chance On Love
Vocals – The Three KadetsWritten-By – Latouche, Fetter, Duke
64Eddy Duchin And His OrchestraMoon Over Miami
Vocals – Lew SherwoodWritten-By – Leslie, Burke
65Benny Goodman And His OrchestraA Study In Brown
Written-By – Larry Clinton
66Glenn Miller And His OrchestraThat Old Black Magic
Vocals – Skip Nelson, The ModernairesWritten-By – Arlen, Mercer
67Claude Thornhill And His OrchestraSnowfall
Written-By – Claude Thornhill
68Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraManhattan Serenade
Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Adamson, Alter
69Alvino Rey And His OrchestraNighty Night
Vocals – Yvonne King And EnsembleWritten-By – Joe Davis
70 1938 Part 2
71Hal Kemp And His OrchestraIt All Comes Back To Me Now
Vocals – Bob Allen Written-By – Kramer, Zaret, Whitney
72Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansThat Old Feeling
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Brown, Fain
73Xavier Cugat And His OrchestraYours (Quiereme Mucho)
Vocals – Dinah ShoreWritten-By – Roig, Sherr
74Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraOn The Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe
Vocals – The SentimentalistsWritten-By – Warren, Mercer
75 1945
76Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraBlues In The Night
Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Arlen, Mercer
77Alvino Rey And His OrchestraStrip Polka
Vocals – The Four King Sisters And ChorusWritten-By – Johnny Mercer
78Freddy Martin And His OrchestraJingle, Jangle, Jingle
Vocals – Clyde Rogers, Stuart Wade Written-By – Loesser, Lilley
79Glenn Miller And His OrchestraI Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest
Vocals – Ray Eberle, The Four ModernairesWritten-By – Green, Block, Stoner
80Larry Clinton And His OrchestraThe Nearness Of You
Vocals – Helen SouthernWritten-By – Carmichael, Washington
81Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraYou And I
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Meredith Wilson
82Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraI'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You
Written-By – Bassman, Washington
83 1943 Part 1
84Glenn Miller And His OrchestraMoonlight Cocktail
Vocals – Ray Eberle, The ModernairesWritten-By – Gannon, Roberts
85Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraDipsy Doodle
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Larry Clinton
86Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraThere I've Said It Again
Vocals – The Norton Sisters, Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Evans, Mann
87Glenn Miller And His OrchestraSerenade In Blue
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Warren, Gordon
88Benny Goodman And His OrchestraThe Flat Foot Floogee
Vocals [Refrain] – The BandWritten-By – Green, Stewart, Gaillard
89Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraHeaven Can Wait
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Delange, Van Heusen
90 1940 Part 1
91Shep Fields And His Rippling Rhythm Orch.Goodnight My Love
Written-By – Revel, Gordon
92Glenn Miller And His OrchestraChattanooga Choo Choo
Vocals – Tex Beneke, The Four ModernairesWritten-By – Warren, Gordon
93Benny Goodman And His OrchestraAfraid To Dream
Vocals – Betty VanWritten-By – Revel, Gordon
94Charlie Spivak And His OrchestraIt's Been A Long Long Time
Vocals – Irene DayeWritten-By – Styne, Cahn
95Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraThere I Go
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Zaret, Weiser
96Swing And Sway With Sammy KayeKaye's Melody
Written-By – Sammy Kaye
97Artie Shaw And His OrchestraI Have Eyes
Vocals – Helen ForrestWritten-By – Robin, Rainger
98Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraBlue Orchids
Arranged By – P. WetsteinVocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Hoagy Carmichael
99Les Brown And His OrchestraDon't Worry 'Bout Me
Vocals – Miriam ShawWritten-By – Bloom, Koehler
100 1941 Part 1
101 1941 Part 2
102Hal Kemp And His OrchestraSunrise Serenade
Written-By – Frankie Carle, Jack Lawrence
103The Four King SistersSan Fernando Valley
Written-By – Gordon Jenkins
104 1938 Part 1
105Alvino Rey And His OrchestraDearly Beloved
Vocals – Bill SchallenWritten-By – Kern, Mercer
106Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraThere Goes That Song Again
Vocals – Nancy NormanWritten-By – Styne, Cahn
107Larry Clinton And His OrchestraI Double Dare You
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Eaton, Shand
108Glenn Miller And His OrchestraIt's Always You
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Burke-Van Heusen
109Hal McIntyre And His OrchestraI'm Making Believe
Vocals – Ruth GaylorWritten-By – Monaco, Gordon
110Jan Savitt And His Top HattersThe Things I Love
Vocals – Allan DeWittWritten-By – Barlow, Harris
111Abe Lyman And His CaliforniansFor Me And My Gal
Vocals – Bill Sherman Written-By – Goetz, Leslie, Meyer
112 1937 Part 2
113Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansWhen Did You Leave Heaven?
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Whiting, Bullock
114 1943 Part 2
115Tony Pastor And His OrchestraBlossoms
Written-By – Al Avola
116Tommy Dorsey And His Clambake SevenYou Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Warren, Mercer
117Teddy Powell And His OrchestraLet's Get Lost
Vocals – Peggy MannWritten-By – Loesser, McHugh
118Artie Shaw And His OrchestraDo I Love You
Vocals – Helen ForrestWritten-By – Cole Porter
119Earl Hines And His OrchestraIt Had To Be You
Vocals – Madeline Green And The Three VarietiesWritten-By – Kahn, Jones
120Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraThe Umbrella Man
Vocals – The Three Barons And ChorusWritten-By – Stock, DeRose
121Duke Ellington And His OrchestraTake The "A" Train
Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
122David Rose & His OrchestraPoinciana
Written-By – Bernier, Simon
123Artie Shaw And His OrchestraAc-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
Vocals – Imogene LynnWritten-By – Arlen, Mercer
124Gray Gordon And His Tic-Toc RhythmFerryboat Serenade
Vocals – Meredith Blake And ChorusWritten-By – DiLazzaro, Adamson, Panseri
125Glenn Miller And His OrchestraWoodpecker Song
Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – C. B., Di Lazzaro, Adamson
126Freddy Martin And His OrchestraScatter-Brain
Vocals – Glen HughesWritten-By – Bean, Masters, Burke, Keene
127Freddy Martin And His OrchestraThe Hut-Sut Song
Vocals – Eddie Stone Written-By – Owens, Killion, McMichael
128Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraOnce In A While
Written-By – Green, Edwards
129Freddy Martin And His OrchestraWarsaw Concerto
Piano – Jack FinaWritten-By – Richard Addinsell
130Charlie Barnet And His Glen Island Casino Orch.Make Believe Ballroom
Written-By – Razaf, Denniker
131Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraRum And Coca-Cola
Vocals – Rosemary Calvin, Norton SistersWritten-By – Sullavan, Amsterdam, Baron
132 1939 Part 2
133Freddy Martin And His OrchestraAll Or Nothing At All
Vocals – Clyde RogersWritten-By – Altman, Lawrence
134Benny Goodman And His OrchestraThese Foolish Things Remind Me Of You
Vocals – Helen WardWritten-By – Link, Marvell, Strachey
135Earl Hines And His OrchestraSkylark
Vocals – Billy EckstineWritten-By – Carmichael, Mercer
136Alvino Rey And His OrchestraDeep In The Heart Of Texas
Vocals – Bill Schallen, Skeets HerfurtWritten-By – Swander, Hershey
137 1944 Part 2
138Glenn Miller Orch.Moonlight Serenade
Written-By – Miller, Parish
139Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraImagination
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Van Heusen-Burke

Notes

K5 is based on Debussy's "Reverie."
M3 is adapted from Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet."
O5 is based on a theme from Ravel's "Pavane."

Manufactured by RCA Custom for Reader's Digest.

Album

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