Various - V Disc - The Songs That Went To War (WWII 50th Anniversary Collector's Edition) album
02 - Jo Stafford & Her V-Disc Play Boys - Blue Moon. 03 - Elliot Lawrence & His Orchestra - Willie. 06 - Marie Greene & Her V-Disc Merry Men with Joe Dosh - It's Easy To Remember. 04 - Tony Pastor & His Orchestra - Makin' Whoopie. 16 - Bunk Johnson & His Band - I Can't Escape From Yo. lac. 19 - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing). 03 - Cpl. Buddy Clark & The 344th ASF Band - How Little We Know.
Perry Como The V-Disc All Star Orchestra - Goodbye Sue 04. Louis Prima His Orchestra - Just A Gigolo 05. Woody Herman His Orchestra - Happiness Is Just A Thing Called Joe 06. Three. Here are 4 discs in 2 sets. Each set includes a booklet with each set that lists the songs, names the bands, leader, singer, and many members of each band,etc. There are a total of 79 songs from this era that will provide you with hours of enjoyment and memories. Get out your scrap book, put on this set and return to this time in history.
During World War II a strike by the Musicians Union kept professional players off records for a long period. To fill the gap, a special "V-Disc" program was instituted to provide new music for military personnel serving overseas. This attractive four-CD box set from Time-Life contains 79 performances by a wide variety of artists from the period
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org (Jazz, Swing, Big band, Pop, Easy Listening) VA - V Disc - The Songs That Went To War (WWII 50th Anniversary Colle Сборники зарубежного джаза (lossless).
Matrix, Runout (CD1): V6982-CD. Matrix, Runout (CD2): V6992-CD. Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI LD02.
The album includes songs that have been in and out of Jethro Tull’s live show for 50 years, like My Sunday Feeling and Beggar’s Farm. Also featured are several bonus tracks: Love Story, A Christmas Song, Sunshine Day and Aeroplane. In 1968, BBC Radio featured the band twice on its award-winning program, BBC Top Gear Session. Both of those performances-nine songs in total-are featured on the second disc, including live versions of Serenade to a Cuckoo, Love Story and My Sunday Feeling.
So, below are some of the songs that were sung by lovers, heard in the pubs, clubs and barracks as the world was at war for the second time in the century. 15. Vera Lynn- (There’ll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover. In 1942, Vera Lynn recorded (There’ll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover. The song was popular on both sides of the war and many cover versions were recorded, including the earliest by popular English songstress Anne Shelton, another by Vera Lynn and one by Perry Como in June 1944. The tune for Lili Marlene was used for a unique version called The D-Day Dodgers, sung by the Canadian army remaining in Italy once the. Normandy invasion had begun in 1944. 1. ick Haymes – You’ll Never Know.
2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic James Bond. The expanded 2-disc anniversary compilation features 50 tracks (to celebrate 50 years of Bond) from all 22 007 films including music by the John Barry Orchestra and Shirley Bassey. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). This is the 50th Anniversary of the cinematic James Bond film series and it would have been nice to have integrated familiar cuts and snippets of the melodies associated with the hallmark James Bond sound and theme interpolated throughout and still musically represent each film from DR. NO up to and including QUANTUM OF SOLACE. Given that this is a collection from 22 films, that could have been a daunting task, but far from impossible.