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  Remembering The 40s (Boxset)
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Title: Remembering The 40s (Boxset)
Author: Various
Description: 8 x vinyl LP boxset from 1980 on Readers Digest.
Tracklist
1940
A1 –Al And Bob Harvey In The Quarter Master's Stores

Written-By – Reed*, Cox*, Box*


A2 –Bertha Wilmott Bless 'Em All

Written-By – Lake*, Hughes*


A3 –Glenn Miller And His Orchestra When You Wish Upon A Star

Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Harline*, Wahsington*


A4 –Bing Crosby With The Bob Crosby Orchestra* San Antonio Rose

Written-By – Willis*


A5 –Flanagan And Allen Run Rabbit Run

Written-By – Gay*, Butler*


A6 –Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Frenesi

Written-By – Dominguez*, Russell*, Charles*


A7 –Bebe Daniels & Ben Lyon There's A Boy Coming Home On Leave

Written-By – Kennedy*


A8 –Flanagan And Allen We're Gonna Hang Out The Washing On The Seigfried Line

Written-By – Kennedy*, Carr*


B1 –Glenn Miller Pennsylvania 6-5000

Written-By – Sigman*, Gray*


B2 –Jack Payne It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow

Written-By – Berlin*


B3 –Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Vocals Frank Sinatra And The Pied Pipers I'll Never Smile Again

Written-By – Lowe*


B4 –Ray Bradley And His Orchestra Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

Vocals – Ray McKinleyWritten-By – Ray*, Sheeby*, Prince*


B5 –Bing Crosby With Dick McIntyre And His Hawaiians* Trade Winds

Written-By – Tabias*, Friend*


B6 –Elsie Carlisle A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

Written-By – Maschwitz*, Sherwin*


B7 –The Rex Massed Bands And Chorus Roll Out The Barrel

Written-By – Vejvoda*, Brown*, Timm*


B8 –Vera Lynn We'll Meet Again

Written-By – Charles*, Parker*


1941-42
C1 –Glenn Miller And His Orchestra American Patrol

Written-By – Meacham*


C2 –Anne Shelton A Pair Of Silver Wings

Written-By – Maschwitz*, Carr*


C3 –Freddy Martin And His Orchestra The Hut-Sut Song

Written-By – Owens*, Killion*, McMichael*


C4 –The Ink Spots Do I Worry?

Written-By – Worth*, Cowen*


C5 –Donald Peers When They Sound The Last All-Clear

Written-By – Charles*, Elton*


C6 –Bing Crosby With The Max Terr Choir And The John Scott Trotter Orchestra* Silent Night

Written-By – Gruber*, Möhr*


C7 –Vera Lynn The White Cliffs Of Dover

Written-By – Burton*, Kent*


C8 –Helen O'Connell And Bob Eberly With Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra Yours

Written-By – Roig*, Sherr*


D1 –Lale Anderson* Lili Marlene

Written-By – Schultze*, Connor*


D2 –Glenn Miller Orchestra, The* With Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton & The Modernaires Chatanooga Choo-Choo

Written-By – Warren*, Gordon*


D3 –Kay Kyser And His Orchestra Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition

Written-By – Loesser*


D4 –Flanagan And Allen Down Forget-Me-Not Lane

Written-By – Chester*, Nicholls*, Morgan*


D5 –Kate Smith (2) Rose O'Day

Written-By – Lewis*, Tobias*


D6 –The Mills Brothers Paper Doll

Written-By – Black*


D7 –Carmen Miranda I, Yi Yi Yi Yi (I Like You Very Much)

Written-By – Warren*, Gordon*


D8 –Billy Mayerl Room Five Hundred And Four

Piano – Billy MayerlWritten-By – Maschwitz*, Pasford*


1943-44
E1 –David Rose And His Orchestra* Holiday For Strings

Written-By – Rose*


E2 –Ambrose And His Orchestra* Vocals Anne Shelton Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer

Vocals – Anne SheltonWritten-By – Adamson*, McHugh*


E3 –Alfred Drake And Joan Roberts People Will Say We're In Love

Written-By – Hammerstein Rogers*


E4 –Billy Cotton And His Band Vocals Alan Breeze Sailor, Who Are You Dreaming Of Tonight?

Written-By – Damerell*, Butler*, Evans*


E5 –Benny Goodman After You've Gone

Written-By – Creamer*, Layton*


E6 –Kitty Kallen, Bob Eberly With Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra Besame Mucho

Written-By – Velasquez*, Wilke*, Skylor*


E7 –Donald Peers The Homecoming Waltz

Written-By – Musel*, Sonin*, Connelly*


E8 –Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters Jingle Bells

Written-By – Pierpont*


F1 –Alan Breeze With Billy Cotton And His Band I'm Going To Get Lit Up

Written-By – Gregg*


F2 –Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters Pistol-Packin' Mama

Written-By – Dexter*


F3 –Ella Fitzgerald With The Ink Spots Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall

Written-By – Roberts*, Fisher*


F4 –Dick Haymes And The Song Spinners You'll Never Know

Written-By – Warren*, Gordon*


F5 –Eddie Heywood And His Orchestra Begin The Beguine

Piano – Eddie HeywoodWritten-By – Porter*


F6 –Louis Jordan And His Timpani Five* Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby?

Written-By – Austin*, Jordan*


F7 –Bing Crosby Swingin' On A Star

Written-By – Burke And Van Heusen*


F8 –Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra Skyliner (Public Performance)

Written-By – Barnet*


1944-45
G1 –Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra With The Sentimentalists On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Written-By – Fields*, McHugh*


G2 –The Ink Spots Bless You (For Being An Angel)

Written-By – Baker*, Lane*


G3 –Judy Garland The Trolley Song

Written-By – Marton*, Blane*


G4 –Les Brown And His Orchestra With Doris Day Sentimental Journey

Vocals – Doris DayWritten-By – Hamer*, Green*, Brown*


G5 –Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters Don't Fence Me In

Written-By – Porter*


G6 –Adelaide Hall There Goes That Song Again

Written-By – Cahn/Styne*


G7 –The Mills Brothers You Always Hurt The One You Love

Written-By – Roberts*, Fisher*


G8 –Olive Gilbert And Muriel Barron We'll Gather Lilacs

Written-By – Novello*


H1 –Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive (Mister In-Between)

Written-By – Arlen/Mercer*


H2 –Dick Haymes It Might As Well Be Spring

Written-By – Rogers And Hammerstein*


H3 –The Andrews Sisters Money Is The Root Of All Evil

Written-By – Kramer*, Whitney*


H4 –Perry Como To The End Of Time

Written-By – Kaye*, Massman*


H5 –Primo Scala And His Accordion Band* Roll Me Over

Written-By – O'Connor*


H6 –Vaughn Monroe And The Norton Sisters There, I've Said It Again

Written-By – Mann*, Evans*


H7 –Bing Crosby And Carmen Cavallaro I Can't Begin To Tell You

Written-By – Monaco*, Gordon*


H8 –Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Opus One

Written-By – Garis*, Oliver*


1946
I1 –The Squadronaires (Give Me) Five Minutes More

Written-By – Cahn/Styne*


I2 –Lew Stone And His Nova Tones Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

Written-By – Cahn/Styne*


I3 –Sammy Kaye And His Orchestra With The Billy Williams Choir The Old Lamp Lighter

Written-By – Tobias*, Simon*


I4 –Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters With Vic Schoen And His Orchestra South America, Take It Away

Written-By – Rome*


I5 –Spike Jones And His City Slickers Glow-Worm

Written-By – Mercer*, Robinson*, Lincke*


I6 –Perry Como I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

Written-By – Carroll*, McCarthy*


I7 –Anne Shelton Anniversary Song

Written-By – Jolson*, Chaplin*


I8 –Bing Crosby With The Jesters And Bob Haggart And His Orchestra McNamara's Band

Written-By – Latham*, Bonham*, Stamford*, O'Connor*, Carlson*


J1 –Hoagy Carmichael Ole Buttermilk Sky

Written-By – Carmichael*, Brooks*


J2 –Perry Como They Say It's Wonderful (From Annie Get Your Gun)

Written-By – Berlin*


J3 –Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians Humoresque

Composed By – Dvořák*


J4 –Issy Bonn Let Bygones Be Bygones

Written-By – Gilbert*


J5 –The Ink Spots To Each His Own

Written-By – Gramus, Livingston*


J6 –Edmundo Ros The Coffee Song

Written-By – Hillard*, Miles*


J7 –Perry Como Prisoner Of Love

Written-By – Gaskill*, Conrad (7), Robin*, Columbo*


J8 –The Squadronaires Cement Mixer (Pu-Ti Put-Ti)

Written-By – Ricks*, Gallard*


1947
K1 –Doris Day And Buddy Clark (3) Confess

Written-By – Benjamin*, Weiss*


K2 –Louis Jordan And His Tympani Five* Open The Door, Richard

Written-By – Howell*, Fletcher*, McVea*, Mason*


K3 –Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra Ballerina (Dance,, Ballerina, Dance)

Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Russell*, Sigman*


K4 –Vera Lynn I'll Make Up For Everything

Written-By – Parker*


K5 –Johnny Denis And His Ranchmen The Shoemaker's Serenade

Written-By – Lisbana*, Lubin*


K6 –Eddie Arnold And His Tennessee Plowboys* I'll Hold You In My Heart

Written-By – Horton*, Dilbeck*


K7 –Matovani* Hear My Song, Violetta

Written-By – Pepper*, Klose*, Luckesch*


K8 –Perry Como Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (My Bambino Go To Sleep)

Written-By – Hoffman*, Livingston*, David*


L1 –Kingsway Symphony Orchestra* Fiddle-Faddle

Conductor – Camarata*Written-By – Anderson*


L2 –Primo Scala And His Accordion Band* My Love Is Only For You

Written-By – Leonard (16), Rose (21)


L3 –Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians Easter Parade

Written-By – Berlin*


L4 –Scotty McHarg The Stars Will Remember You

Written-By – Pelasi*, Towers*


L5 –Dick Haymes I Wish I Didn't Love You So

Written-By – Loesser*


L6 –Bing Crosby And Al Jolson With Morris Stoloff Orchestra* Alexander's Ragtime Band

Conductor – Morris StoloffWritten-By – Berlin*


L7 –Issy Bonn May I Call You Sweetheart?

Written-By – Derby*, Iida*, Watson*


L8 –Phil Harris The Downtown Poker Club

Written-By – Williams*, Havez*, Vadery*


1948
M1 –Dinah Shore Buttons And Bows

Written-By – Evans/Livingston*


M2 –Mantovani Nature Boy
M3 –Sam Browne A Tree In A Meadow

Written-By – Reid*


M4 –Bing Crosby With Orchestra Directed By Victor Young Galway Bay

Conductor – Victor YoungWritten-By – Cox*, Box*, Calahan*


M5 –Perry Como With The Russ Case Orchestra* Because

Written-By – Teschemaker*, D'Hardalot*


M6 –Vera Lynn Silver Wedding Waltz

Written By – M. & H. NesbittWritten-By – H. Nesbitt*, M. Nesbitt*


M7 –Reggie Goff When You're In Love

Written-By – O'Connor*, John*, Fields*


M8 –Edmundo Ros Mañana

Written-By – Barbour*, Lee*


N1 –Robert Farnon Conducting The Kingsway Symphony Orchestra Jumping Bean

Conductor – Robert FarnonWritten-By – Farnon*


N2 –The Mills Brothers Lazy River

Written-By – Carmichael*, Arodin*


N3 –Spike Jones And His City Slickers All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

Written-By – Gardner*


N4 –Sam Browne And The Squadronaires The Wishing Waltz

Written-By – Noel*


N5 –Bing Crosby With The Ken Darby Choir Now Is The Hour

Written-By – Scott*, Stewart*, Kaihau*


N6 –Issy Bonn You're Still The Only Girl In The World

Written-By – Tate (8)


N7 –Fats Domino The Fat Man

Piano, Vocals – Fats DominoWritten-By – Bartholamew*, Domino*


N8 –Raymond Legrand La Vie En Rose

Written-By – Piaf*, Louiguy


1949
O1 –Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra Riders In The Sky

Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Jones*


O2 –Gene Autry Roodolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer

Written-By – Marks*


O3 –Ronnie Ronalde Birdsong At Eventide

Written-By – Coates*


O4 –Bing Crosby Careless Hands

Written-By – Hilliard*, Sigman*


O5 –Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians Hop-Scotch Polka

Written-By – Sigman*, Rayburn*, Whitlock*


O6 –Joy Nicholls* And Benny Lee On The 5.45

Written-By – Warren*


O7 –Perry Como And The Fontane Sisters 'A' - You're Adorable

Written-By – Kaye*, Wise*, Lippman*


O8 –Reg Dixon Confidentially

Organ – Reg DixonWritten-By – Dixon*


P1 –Billy Cotton And His Band With Alan Breeze I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts

Vocals – Alan BreezeWritten-By – Heatherton*


P2 –Russ Morgan (2) Cruising Down The River

Written-By – Beadell*, Tollerton*


P3 –Lee Lawrence How Can You Buy Killarney?

Written-By – Grundland*, Morrison*, Kennedy*, Steele*


P4 –Gene Autry Peter Cottontail

Written-By – Rollins*, Nelson*


P5 –Denny Dennis Is It Too Late?

Written-By – Towers*, White*


P6 –Bing Crosby And Carmen Cavallaro And His Latin Rhythms The Four Winds And The Seven Seas

Written-By – Rodney*, David*


P7 –Reggie Goff The Crystal Gaxer

Written-By – Petch*


P8 –Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians* Dry Bones
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