Various Artists: Those Were the Days: 100 Musical Wartime Memories

SKU: 15044280
Various Artists: Those Were the Days: 100 Musical Wartime Memories

Various Artists: Those Were the Days: 100 Musical Wartime Memories

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Artist: Various Artists
Title: Those Were the Days: 100 Musical Wartime Memories

2010 five CD collection. Those Were the Days is your definitive guide to the 65th VE Day Anniversary. All the favorites you know so well are featured, included 'We'll Meet Again', 'Lambeth Walk', 'Chattanooga Choo Choo', 'Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree' and 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy'. Sing-a-long to the classics with legends Bing Crosby, Vera Lynn & the Andrew Sisters. You'll be transported back to an historic period in time with 100 musical memories from the wartime era, guaranteed to have you singing along on this very special nostalgic journey. Universal.

1.1 We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynn
1.2 F.D.R. Jones - Flanagan and Allen
1.3 Deep in the Heart of Texas - Bing Crosby, Woody Herman's Woodchoppers
1.4 Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat - the Ink Spots
1.5 Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me) - the Andrews Sisters
1.6 Over the Rainbow - Judy Garland
1.7 You'll Never Know - Dick Haymes
1.8 Moonlight Becomes You - Bing Crosby
1.9 Paper Doll - the Mills Brothers
1.10 Run, Rabbit, Run - Flanagan and Allen
1.11 Johnny Zero - Anne Shelton
1.12 Anniversary Song - Al Jolson, Morris Stoloff
1.13 Bless 'Em All - George Formby
1.14 Pistol Packin' Mama - Bing Crosby, the Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen ; His Orchestra
1.15 So Tired - Russ Morgan and His Orchestra
1.16 Together - Dick Haymes, Helen Forrest
1.17 Lazy River - the Mills Brothers
1.18 Bless You - the Ink Spots
1.19 Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! - the Andrews Sisters
1.20 Our Love Affair - Judy Garland
2.1 Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive - Bing Crosby, the Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen ; His Orchestra
2.2 Yours - Vera Lynn
2.3 Six Lessons from Madame la Zonga - Helen O'Connell, Jimmy Dorsey
2.4 We Three (My Echo, My Shadow, and Me) - the Ink Spots
2.5 That Old Black Magic - Judy Garland, David Rose
2.6 Ferry Boat Serenade - the Andrews Sisters
2.7 I'm Nobody's Baby - Flanagan and Allen
2.8 As Time Goes By - Adelaide Hall
2.9 The Waiter and the Porter and the Upstairs Maid - Bing Crosby, Mary Martin
2.10 At Last - Anne Shelton
2.11 Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet - the Squadronaires, Beryl Davis
2.12 I'm in Love with Two Sweethearts - Issy Bonn, Phil Green
2.13 It's Foolish But It's Fun - Deanna Durbin
2.14 Near You - Francis Craig
2.15 Two in Love - Oscar Rabin ; His Band, Bob Dale, Diane Rabin
2.16 Cow Cow Boogie - Ella Fitzgerald, the Ink Spots
2.17 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - Irene Dunne
2.18 Who Wouldn't Love You ? - the Ink Spots
2.19 No Love, No Nothin' - Judy Garland, Georgie Stoll ; His Orchestra
2.20 Down Forget-Me-Not Lane - Flanagan and Allen
3.1 Swinging on a Star - Bing Crosby
3.2 You'll Never Know - Vera Lynn
3.3 Pennsylvania 6-5000 - the Andrews Sisters
3.4 Jeepers Creepers - Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
3.5 Green Eyes - Jimmy Dorsey, Helen O'Connell, Bob Eberly
3.6 (We're Gonna Hang) the Washing on the Siegfried Line - Flanagan and Allen
3.7 Do I Worry? - the Ink Spots
3.8 I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts - Billy Cotton and His Band, Alan Breeze and the Bandits
3.9 Pedro the Fisherman - Gracie Fields
3.10 The Trolley Song - Judy Garland
3.11 I Don't Want to Walk Without You - Flanagan and Allen
3.12 San Fernando Valley - Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter ; His Orchestra
3.13 Ev'ry Night About This Time - the Ink Spots
3.14 Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - the Andrews Sisters
3.15 Mairzy Doats and Dozy Doats - Anne Shelton
3.16 Ain't It a Shame About Mame - Adelaide Hall
3.17 G.I. Jive - the Squadronaires, Sid Colin
3.18 Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall - Ella Fitzgerald, the Ink Spots
3.19 When the Lights Go on Again (All Over the World) - Issy Bonn, Jay Wilbur
3.20 Lili Marlene - Anne Shelton, Stanley Black and His Orchestra
4.1 If I Had My Way - Bing Crosby
4.2 The Smiths and the Jones - Flanagan and Allen
4.3 Don't Get Around Much Anymore - the Ink Spots
4.4 Comin' in on a Wing and a Prayer - the Song Spinners
4.5 Shoo-Shoo Baby - the Andrews Sisters
4.6 Lambeth Walk - Ambrose ; His Orchestra, Leslie Carew
4.7 Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye - Vera Lynn
4.8 I'll Never Smile Again - the Ink Spots
4.9 I Understand - Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
4.10 I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You) - the Ink Spots
4.11 Come Back to Sorrento - Gracie Fields
4.12 Chattanooga Choo Choo - the Andrews Sisters
4.13 I Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much) - Carmen Miranda
4.14 Dreaming - Flanagan and Allen
4.15 I'll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time - the Andrews Sisters
4.16 Amapola - Deanna Durbin
4.17 I'm Beginning to See the Light - the Ink Spots, Ella Fitzgerald
4.18 Don't Fence Me in - Bing Crosby, the Andrews Sisters
4.19 Jim - Dorothy Carless
4.20 Goodnight Children, Everywhere - Vera Lynn
5.1 (There Will Be Bluebirds Over) the White Cliffs of Dover - Vera Lynn
5.2 Five O'Clock Whistle - Ella Fitzgerald
5.3 Only Forever - Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter
5.4 I'll Be Seeing You - Anne Shelton
5.5 Street of Dreams - the Ink Spots
5.6 Begin the Beguine - Anne Shelton, Ambrose ; His Orchestra
5.7 Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out the Barrel) - the Andrews Sisters
5.8 Be Careful, It's My Heart - Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter ; His Orchestra
5.9 If I Didn't Care - Vera Lynn, Ambrose ; His Orchestra
5.10 I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire - the Ink Spots
5.11 Boogie Woogie Piggy - Jack Simpson ; His Sextet, Betty Kent
5.12 The Jumpin' Jive - Helen O'Connell, Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey
5.13 Whispering Grass - Dorothy Carless
5.14 A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - Bing Crosby
5.15 Night and Day - Al Bowlly
5.16 If a Grey-Haired Lady Says "How's Your Father?" - Flanagan and Allen
5.17 When You Wish Upon a Star (From Pinocchio) - Vera Lynn
5.18 Sunday, Monday or Always - Bing Crosby
5.19 Daddy - the Andrews Sisters
5.20 Kiss the Boys Goodbye - Anne Shelton
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