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Bing Crosby - Bing Sings The Johnny Mercer Songbook álbum

  • Artista: Bing Crosby
  • Título: Bing Sings The Johnny Mercer Songbook
  • Género: Pop / Pantalla
  • País: US
  • Fuente de los registros: CD, Album
  • Liberado: 08 Oct 2013
  • Estilo: Vocal
  • Etiqueta: Bing Crosby Enterprises
  • Catálogo#: B0018921-02
  • MP3 álbum: 1515 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 2468 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.1/5
  • Votos: 623
Bing Crosby - Bing Sings The Johnny Mercer Songbook álbum

Lista de canciones

1Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraOn The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe3:12
2Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraJamboree Jones3:34
3Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraIn The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening2:01
4Bing Crosby Accompanied By Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraI'm An Old Cowhand2:39
5Bing Crosby Accompanied By Buddy Cole And His TrioSomething's Gotta Give2:00
6Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraAnd The Angels Sing3:20
7Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraSkylark2:56
8Bing Crosby With Louis Armstrong Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraLazy Bones2:56
9Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraBlues In The Night3:05
10Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraGlow Worm2:48
11Bing Crosby Accompanied By Jimmy Dorsey And His OrchestraToo Marvelous For Words3:03
12Bing Crosby With Johnny Mercer Accompanied By Victor Young And His OrchestraMister Meadowlark2:40
13Bing Crosby Accompanied By Georgie Stoll And His OrchestraP.S. I Love You 2:10
14Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraAutumn Leaves2:50
15Bing Crosby Accompanied By Bob Crosby And His OrchestraYou Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby2:52
16Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraI Thought About You3:00
17Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraWhen The World Was Young (Ah, The Apple Trees)3:06
18Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraThat Old Black Magic2:47
19Bing Crosby With The Andrews Sisters Accompanied By Vic Schoen And His OrchestraAc-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive2:41
20Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraP.S. I Love You 3:27
21Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraDay In, Day Out2:12
22Bing Crosby Accompanied By The John Scott Trotter OrchestraJeepers Creepers2:02


Créditos

  • Compilation ProducerRobert S. Bader
  • Executive Producer – Kathryn Crosby
  • Mastered ByGene Hobson


Notas

Per the liner notes:
Track 1 broadcast on Woodbury Soap Presents Bing Crosby, October 30, 1934.
Track 2 recorded in Hollywood, July 17, 1936, originally released as Decca DLA442-A.
Track 3 recorded in Hollywood, March 3, 1937, originally released as Decca DLA738-A.
Track 4 recorded in Chicago, October 14, 1938, originally released as Decca C91511-A.
Track 5 broadcast on The Kraft Music Hall, October 26, 1939.
Track 6 broadcast on The Kraft Music Hall, February 1, 1940.
Track 7 recorded in Hollywood, April 15, 1940, originally released as Decca DLA1985-A.
Track 8 recorded in Hollywood, January 24, 1942, originally released as Decca DLA2843-B.
Track 9 recorded in Hollywood, January 27, 1942, originally released as Decca DLA2857-A.
Track 10 broadcast on The Kraft Music Hall, April 15, 1943.
Track 11 recorded in Hollywood, February 17, 1944, originally released as Decca L3320-A.
Track 12 recorded in Hollywood, December 8, 1944, originally released as Decca L3685-A.
Track 13 recorded in San Francisco, January 1950, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For Chesterfield, January 25, 1950.
Track 14 recorded in San Francisco, November 1950, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For Chesterfield, November 29, 1950.
Track 15 recorded in Hollywood, October 10, 1951, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For Chesterfield, October 24, 1951.
Track 16 recorded in Hollywood, November 7, 1951, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For Chesterfield, November 28, 1951.
Track 17 recorded in Hollywood, November 7, 1951, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For Chesterfield, November 14, 1951.
Track 18 recorded in Hollywood, November 9, 1952, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For General Electric, November 20, 1952.
Track 19 recorded in Palm Springs, February 7, 1953, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For General Electric, March 12, 1953.
Track 20 recorded in Palm Springs, March 14, 1953, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For General Electric, May 7, 1953.
Track 21 recorded in Hollywood, June 9, 1955, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show, June 23, 1955.
Track 22 recorded in Hollywood, September 20, 1953, broadcast on The Bing Crosby Show For General Electric, November 18, 1953.

Digipak packaging.


Códigos de barras

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02537 47921 4
  • Barcode (String): 602537479214
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-834699 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L328
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 50DF


Empresas

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – HLC Properties Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – HLC Properties Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Mastered At – Post Haste Sound


Álbum

Bing Crosby & Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby Single Version. Day In, Day Out. Mister Meadowlark feat. Johnny Mercer. Blues In the Night. Bing Crosby was a media superstar during the first half of the 20th century. He was the best-selling recording artist of all time until the rock era hit, having sold over a half-billion records, and he was a movie star, too, the biggest box office draw of the 1940s. None of this would have been possible if he couldn't sing, but he could, defining the very template of a crooner, and his vocal style, warm and natural, was influential everywhere. Listen free to Bing Crosby Bing Sings The Johnny Mercer Songbook P. I Love You - 1934 Version, I'm An Old Cowhand From The Rio Grande and more. 22 tracks 64:27. Harry Lillis Bing Crosby Jr. ˈkrɒzbi May 3, 1903 October 14, 1977 was an American singer, comedian and actor. Bing Crosby. Bing Sings the Johnny Mercer Songbook, 2013. 1 Lazy Bones. 2 Autumn Leaves. Еще альбомы Bing Crosby. All Time Greats. Christmas With Bing. Among My Souvenirs More Treasures From The Crosby Archive. Formato: CD , Voice of Christmas: The Complete Decca Christmas Songbook is a two-disc collection of Christmas music recorded by Bing Crosby for the Decca label between 1935 and 1956, released by Universal Music Group on October 6, 1998. Crosby was the first popular singer to record Christmas songs, and his 1942 recording of White Christmas for the movie Holiday Inn is the best-selling single of all-time. The most prolific period for his Christmas recordings was between 1942 and 1955, including his Christmas. Bing Sings The Johnny Mer. has been added to your Cart. Add gift options. Have one to sell. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Terms and Conditions. This Johnny Mercer songbook has been released at the same time as Crosby's 1953 French-language LP, 'Le Bing,' and so let's hope that Bing Crosby Enterprises will decide to make available other Crosby albums that remain hard to find, such as 'Holiday in Europe,' 'Bingo Viejo,' and his collaboration with Count Basie, to name but three. Track List. I Love You. I Thought About You. Mister Meadowlark. That Old Black Magic. Lazy Bones. Autumn Leaves. In the Cool Cool Cool of the Evening. Jamboree Jones. When the World Was Young Ah, the Apple Trees. Glow Worm. Jeepers Creepers. Something's Gotta Give. This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging



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