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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Harry Belafonte; Frank Sinatra; Benny Goodman; Ella Fitzgerald; Glenn Miller; Artie Shaw; Tommy Dorsey; Bunny Berigan; Ted Weems; Hal Kemp; Bing Crosby; Harry Lauder, Sir; Vernon Dalhart; Millard Thomas, (Guitarist); Axel Stordahl; Tex Beneke; Elmo Tanner; Skinnay Ennis; Modernaires (Musical group)
|Notes:||Sung in English and Gaelic.
Program notes in English on inner liner.
|Description:||1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Scarlet ribbons / Segal-Danzig (Harry Belafonte with Millard Thomas, guitar, and male chorus) --
Night and day / Porter (Frank Sinatra with orchestra ; Axel Stordahl, conductor) --
Goodnight my love / Gordon-Revel (Benny Goodman and his orchestra with Ella Fitzgerald) --
Chattanooga choo choo / Gordon-Warren (Glenn Miller and his orchestra with Tex Beneke and the Modernaires) --
Frenesi / Dominguez (Artie Shaw and his orchestra) --
Marie / Berlin (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra) --
I can't get started / Gershwin-Duke (Bunny Berigan and his orchestra) --
Heartaches / Klenner-Hoffman (Ted Weems and his orchestra with Elmo Tanner) --
Got a date with an angel / Grey-Miller-Waller-Tunbridge (Hal Kemp and his orchestra with Skinny Ennis) --
Just a gigolo / Brammer-Caesar-Casucci (Bing Crosby with orchestra) --
A wee deoch an' doris / Grafton-Lauder (Harry Lauder with orchestra) --
The prisoner's song / Massey (Vernon Dalhart with viola and guitar).
|Other Titles:||Scarlet ribbons.
Night and day.
Goodnight my love.
Chattanooga choo choo.
I can't get started.
Got a date with an angel.
Just a gigolo.
Wee deoch an' doris.
Sixty years of music America loves best