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Bob Crosby & His Orchestra - All The Hits And More 1935-51 / It's an entertaining selection of his most popular recordings. Bob Crosby was the younger brother of renowned singer Bing Crosby, and made his own way in the music business as a vocalist and bandleader, having a string of more than forty hits which spanned the era covered by this collection, especially as leader of his well-known band The Bob Cats and in later years as a solo singer. This excellent-value 50-track 2-CD collection comprises all Bob Crosby's forty and more career hits, with his orchestra, with The Bob Cats and as solo singer and duettist, plus selected other noted A&B sides on Decca from this era. It features his No. 1 hits "In A Gypsy Tearoom", "Whispers In The Dark" and "Day In, Day Out", and his other Top 3 hits "Over The Rainbow", "Lilacs In The Rain", "With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair" and "Down Argentina Way". Also included are famous jazz-focused pieces like "South Rampart Street Parade", "Big Noise From Winnetka" and "March Of The Bob Cats" and his theme tune "Summertime" along with hits with other classics from the era like "Two Sleepy People", "Let It Snow!", "Goody Goody", "A Foggy Day" and "Play A Simple Melody". It features Crosby himself on vocals, with performances also by his featured vocalists Frank Tennille, Kay Weber, Eddie Miller, Marian Mann, Nappy Lamare, Helen Ward, Teddy Grace and Marion Morgan, plus vocal duets with Patty Andrews and Georgia Gibbs. It's an entertaining selection of his most popular recordings.
Bob Crosby & His Orchestra - All The Hits And More 1935-51 / It's an entertaining selection of his most popular recordings. Bob Crosby was the younger brother of renowned singer Bing Crosby, and made his own way in the music business as a vocalist and bandleader, having a string of more than forty hits which spanned the era covered by this collection, especially as leader of his well-known band The Bob Cats and in later years as a solo singer. This excellent-value 50-track 2-CD collection comprises all Bob Crosby's forty and more career hits, with his orchestra, with The Bob Cats and as solo singer and duettist, plus selected other noted A&B sides on Decca from this era. It features his No. 1 hits "In A Gypsy Tearoom", "Whispers In The Dark" and "Day In, Day Out", and his other Top 3 hits "Over The Rainbow", "Lilacs In The Rain", "With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair" and "Down Argentina Way". Also included are famous jazz-focused pieces like "South Rampart Street Parade", "Big Noise From Winnetka" and "March Of The Bob Cats" and his theme tune "Summertime" along with hits with other classics from the era like "Two Sleepy People", "Let It Snow!", "Goody Goody", "A Foggy Day" and "Play A Simple Melody". It features Crosby himself on vocals, with performances also by his featured vocalists Frank Tennille, Kay Weber, Eddie Miller, Marian Mann, Nappy Lamare, Helen Ward, Teddy Grace and Marion Morgan, plus vocal duets with Patty Andrews and Georgia Gibbs. It's an entertaining selection of his most popular recordings.
824046347321

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Format: CD
Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 07/07/2023
UPC: 824046347321

All The Hits And More 1935-51
Artist: Bob Crosby & His Orchestra
Format: CD
New: Available $16.99
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DISC: 1

1. Flowers for Madame
2. In a Little Gypsy Tearoom
3. A Little Bit Independent
4. Goody Goody
5. Whispers in the Dark
6. South Rampart Street Parade
7. Dog Town Blues
8. A Foggy Day
9. Please Be Kind
10. March of the Bobcats
11. Louise, Louise
12. You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
13. Two Sleepy People
14. Deep in a Dream
15. Summertime
16. What's New?
17. The Big Noise from Winnetka
18. Loopin' the Loop
19. Swingin' at the Sugar Bowl
20. At a Little Hot Dog Stand
21. I Never Knew Heaven Could Speak
22. Rose of Washington Square
23. The Lady's in Love with You
24. Hindustan
25. Day in, Day Out
26. Over the Rainbow
27. Blue Orchids
28. Lilacs in the Rain
29. Can I Help It?
30. (Why Couldn't It Last) Last Night
31. Till We Meet Again
32. Between 18th and 19th on Chestnut Street
33. I've Got My Eyes on You
34. With the Wind and the Rain in Your Hair
35. You, You Darlin'
36. Leanin' on the Ole Top Rail
37. So Far, So Good
38. Believing
39. Down Argentina Way
40. You Forgot About Me
41. Cow Cow Blues
42. Do You Care?
43. Barrelhouse Bessie from Basin Street
44. Blue Surreal
45. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
46. Five Minutes More
47. The Pussycat Song (Nyow! Not Nyow!)
48. Maybe It's Because
49. Play a Simple Melody
50. Shanghai

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Bob Crosby & His Orchestra - All The Hits And More 1935-51 / It's an entertaining selection of his most popular recordings. Bob Crosby was the younger brother of renowned singer Bing Crosby, and made his own way in the music business as a vocalist and bandleader, having a string of more than forty hits which spanned the era covered by this collection, especially as leader of his well-known band The Bob Cats and in later years as a solo singer. This excellent-value 50-track 2-CD collection comprises all Bob Crosby's forty and more career hits, with his orchestra, with The Bob Cats and as solo singer and duettist, plus selected other noted A&B sides on Decca from this era. It features his No. 1 hits "In A Gypsy Tearoom", "Whispers In The Dark" and "Day In, Day Out", and his other Top 3 hits "Over The Rainbow", "Lilacs In The Rain", "With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair" and "Down Argentina Way". Also included are famous jazz-focused pieces like "South Rampart Street Parade", "Big Noise From Winnetka" and "March Of The Bob Cats" and his theme tune "Summertime" along with hits with other classics from the era like "Two Sleepy People", "Let It Snow!", "Goody Goody", "A Foggy Day" and "Play A Simple Melody". It features Crosby himself on vocals, with performances also by his featured vocalists Frank Tennille, Kay Weber, Eddie Miller, Marian Mann, Nappy Lamare, Helen Ward, Teddy Grace and Marion Morgan, plus vocal duets with Patty Andrews and Georgia Gibbs. It's an entertaining selection of his most popular recordings.
        
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