Memorial Day WWII music from 1939-46 05/30/2017

600am

3 Suns – Twilight Time – V-Discs: Songs that Went to War

Hazel Scott – Honeysuckle Rose

Bea Wain – My Reverie

611am

Jimmy Dorsey – Oh, What a Beautiful Morning

Taps Miller and Harry “Sweets” Edison – High Tide (I Ain’t Mad At You)

Roy Eldridge – I’ve Found a New Baby

Harry James – Rose Room

632am

Marjorie Hyams, Charlie Shavers & Herbie Fields – V-Disc Era 1943-49

Catalina Sextet – Now Hear This

Ray Nance and Taft Jordan – It Don’t Mean A Thing (If it Ain’t Got that Swing) – V-Discs: Songs that Went to War

645am

Earl Hines – Boogie Woogie on St Louis Blues – The Swing Era; music of 1940-41, vol 1

Bill Stegmeyer & His Hot Eight – Tea For Two – V-Disc Era 1939-49

Les Brown – Bizet Has His Day – Swing Era; music of 1940-41, vol 1

701am

PSAs

Woody Herman & His V-Disc All Stars – John Handy’s Wife – V-Disc Era 1943-49

708am

Glenn Miller Orch – Little Brown Jug – The Swing Era; Music of 1940-41

Bob Crosby – When I Grow Too Old To Dream – V-Discs, The Songs That Went to War

Bing Crosby & Lani McIntire & His Hawaiians – Palace in Paradise – Vintage Hawaii

723am

Helen Ward & Red Norvo – Too Marvelous For Words – V-Disc Era 1943-49

Tommy Dorsey & Bonnie Lou Williams – More and More

Peggy Lee – I Get the Blues When It Rains – V-Disc, The Songs that Went to War

753am

Jo Stafford – Blue Moon – V-Disc Era 1943-49

Ella Mae Morse – Shoo Shoo Baby

Etta Jones – Blow Top Blues

Ella Fitzgerald & The Ink Spots – Cow Cow Boogie

June Christy – Ride On – V-Disc, The Songs That Went To War

Doris Day – Sentimental Journey – Sentimental Journey:WWII Project

The Millers Brothers – Till Then – V-Disc, The Songs That Went to War

Ted Fio Rito & His Tympany Five – When the Lights Go On Again – Sentimental Journey:WWII Project

 

 

 

 

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