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This is the era of memorable song hits ; The decade of the '30s.

Publisher: New York, New York : RCA Victor, ℗1972.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
OCLC Number: 2729691
Notes: Program notes by Stanley Green on container.
Performer(s): Various vocalists, groups, and orchestras.
Description: 2 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.
Contents: Stormy weather (Tony Martin) (3:38) --
Goodnight sweetheart (Melachrino Strings) (3:05) --
Mexicali Rose (Ames Brothers) (2:35) --
Boogie woogie (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra) (3:08) --
Is it true what they say about Dixie (Phil Harris and his orchestra) (2:28) --
Let's put out the lights and go to sleep (Lena Horne) (2:10) --
Lady of Spain (Hugo Montenegro and his orchestra) (2:45) --
Moonglow (Ames Brothers) (4:38) --
Beer barrel polka (Glahé Musette Orchestra) (2:44) --
Just a gigolo (Tony Martin with the Interludes) (2:37) --
The donkey serenade (Allan Jones) (3:15) --
Marie (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra) (3:17) --
Indian love call (from the MGM film Rose-Marie) (Jeannette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy) (3:30) --
The music goes 'round and 'round (Art Mooney) (2:35) --
How deep is the ocean (how high is the sky) (Eddie Fisher) (2:25) --
Red sails in the sunset (Vaughn Monroe and his orchestra) (2:53) --
The peanut vendor; rumba (El manicero) (Perez Prado and his orchestra) (2:40) --
South of the border (Down Mexico way) (Sons of the Pioneers) (2:49) --
Sunrise serenade (Glenn Miller and his orchestra) (3:23) --
Orchids in the moonlight (Tony Martin) (3:21).
Other Titles: Decade of the '30s

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