Those were our songs [sound recording] : music of World War II
Music | Capitol | p2001
Not Available at Adult Compact Disc (LOST)
Hollywood, Calif. : Capitol, p2001.
2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Popular songs, sung by various artists.
Originally recorded between 1941 and 1945 ; digitally remastered.
Program notes by Will Friedwald ( p.) inserted in container.
Disc 1. I'll be with you in apple blossom time (Andrews Sisters) -- Green eyes (Helen O'Connell) -- Who wouldn't love you? (Kay Kyser) -- Jersey bounce (Benny Goodman & his orchestra) -- Cow-cow boogie (Ella Mae Morse & Freddie Slack) -- A sleepy lagoon (Harry James & his orchestra) -- Strip polka (Johnny Mercer) -- I had the craziest dream (Helen Forrest) -- Jukebox Saturday night (Tex Beneke & the Modernaires) -- Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition (Kay Kyser & his orchestra) -- Boogie woogie bugle boy (Andrews Sisters) -- I've heard that song before (Harry James & his orchestra) -- Shoo-shoo baby (Ella Mae Morse) -- Amor (Andy Russell) -- Straighten up and fly right (Nat King Cole) -- Long ago (and far away) (Jo Stafford) -- G. I. jive (Johnny Mercer) -- I'll walk alone (Martha Tilton) -- It had to be you (Betty Hutton) -- The trolley song (Pied Pipers) --
Disc 2. Rum and Coca-cola (Andrews Sisters) -- Candy (Johnny Mercer with Jo Stafford & the Pied Pipers) -- Sentimental journey (Les Brown and his Band of Renown) -- Dream (Pied Pipers) -- Chattanooga choo choo (Ray Anthony & his orchestra) -- Chloe (Song of the swamp) (Spike Jones & his City Slickers) -- On the Atchison, Topeka & the Santa Fe (Johnny Mercer & the Pied Pipers) -- Tampico (Stan Kenton & his orchestra) -- Waiting for the train to come in (Peggy Lee) -- It's been a long, long time (Harry James & his orchestra) -- Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief (Betty Hutton) -- Jingle, jangle, jingle (Kay Kyser) -- The hut-sut song (Freddy Martin & his orchestra) -- Mr. Five-by-Five (Ella Mae Morse & Freddie Slack) -- It's only a paper moon (Nat King Cole) -- Do nothin' 'til you hear from me (Stan Kenton & his orchestra) -- I love you (Jo Stafford) -- Mairzy doats (Pied Pipers) -- It might as well be spring (Dick Haymes) -- Ac-cen-tchu-ate the positive (Johnny Mercer with the Pied Pipers).
Music of World War II