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The early '50s

Author: Red FoleyElla Mae MorseFrankie LaineGordon JenkinsAnton KarasAll authors
Publisher: [Chicago] : Time-Life Music, 1991.
Series: Your hit parade.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Popular music : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Red Foley; Ella Mae Morse; Frankie Laine; Gordon Jenkins; Anton Karas; Les Paul; Mary Ford; Nat King Cole; Johnnie Ray; Gary Crosby; Bing Crosby; Patti Page; Don Cherry; Leroy Anderson; Tennessee Ernie Ford; Dinah Shore; Dick Haymes; Karen Chandler; Marlene Dietrich; Rosemary Clooney; Guy Mitchell; Perry Como; Weavers (Musical group); Hilltoppers (Musical group); "Pops" Concert Orchestra (Anderson); Mills Brothers.; Andrews Sisters.; Ames Brothers.
OCLC Number: 23223034
Notes: Time-Life Music: HPD-19 (MSD-35204).
Popular songs and music; various performers.
Compact disc; analog recording.
Program and biographical notes by Charles K. Wolfe inserted.
Performer(s): Popular music; various performers.
Event notes: Recorded 1950-1954.
Description: 1 sound disc (67 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Chattanoogie shoe shine boy (Red Foley) --
The blacksmith blues (Ella Mae Morse) --
Rose, Rose, I love you (Frankie Laine) --
So long (it's been good to know yuh) (Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra and the Weavers) --
"The third man" theme (Anton Karas) --
The world is waiting for the sunrise (Les Paul and Mary Ford) --
Orange colored sky (Nat King Cole) --
Walkin' my baby back home (Johnnie Ray) --
Sam's song (the happy tune) (Gary Crosby and friend [Bing Crosby]) --
Would I love you (love you, love you) (Patti Page) --
Trying (the Hilltoppers) --
Thinking of you (Don Cherry) --
The syncopated clock (Leroy Anderson and his "Pops" Concert Orchestra) --
The shot gun boogie (Tennessee Ernie) --
Sweet violets (Dinah Shore) --
The old master painter (Dick Haymes) --
Hold me, thrill me, kiss me (Karen Chandler) --
Daddy's little girl (the Mills Brothers) --
Too old to cut the mustard (Marlene Dietrich and Rosemary Clooney) --
The roving kind (Guy Mitchell) --
You're just in love (Perry Como) --
Whispering (Les Paul) --
Sparrow in the tree top (Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters) --
Can anyone explain? (No, no, no!) (the Ames Brothers).
Series Title: Your hit parade.
Other Titles: Early fifties
Your hit parade

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