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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Perry Como; Vaughn Monroe; Art Mooney; Russ Case; Glenn Miller; Hugo Winterhalter; Duane Eddy; Tommy Dorsey; Dinah Shore; Harry Zimmerman; Spike Jones; Pat Suzuki; Carl Grayson; Henri René; Sons of the Pioneers,; Ames Brothers,; City Slickers,; Crew-Cuts (Musical group),
|Notes:||Durations and program notes by Jim Aylward on container.|
|Performer(s):||Popular songs; various vocalists, groups and orchestras.|
|Description:||2 sound discs (50 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Prisoner of love (Perry Como) --
Don't fence me in (Sons of the Pioneers) --
Racing with the moon (Vaughn Monroe and his orchestra) --
I'm looking over a four leaf clover (Art Mooney) --
Because (Perry Como with Russ Case and his orchestra) --
Chattanooga choo choo (Glenn Miller and his orchestra) --
Paper doll (Ames Brothers with Henri Rene ́and his orch.) --
Deep in the heart of Texas (Duane Eddy) --
Till the end of time (Perry Como) --
There are such things (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra) --
Riders in the sky (Vaughn Monroe and the Quartet) --
Jingle, jangle, jingle (Glenn Miller and his orchestra) --
Sentimental journey (Dinah Shore with Harry Zimmerman and his orchestra) --
Cocktails for two (Spike Jones and his City Slickers; Carl Grayson, vocal) --
To each his own (Ames Brothers) --
Cruising down the river (Crew-Cuts) --
I've got a gal in Kalamazoo (Glenn Miller and his orchestra) --
How high the moon (Pat Suzuki with Henri Rene ́and his orchestra) --
Ballerina (Vaughn Monroe and his orchestra) --
In a shanty in old shanty town (Art Mooney).
|Other Titles:||Decade of the '40s.
Prisoner of love.
Don't fence me in.
Racing with the moon.
I'm looking over a four leaf clover.
Chattanooga choo choo.
Deep in the heart of Texas.
Till the end of time.
There are such things.
Riders in the sky.
Jingle, jangle, jingle.
Cocktails for two.
To each his own.
Cruising down the river.
I've got a gal in Kalamazoo.
How high the moon.
In a shanty in old shanty town.