BING CROSBY

A SONGOGRAPHY

Compiled by Frans W. van der Kolff, originally published in 1996 as a limited edition and now out of print.

 

The International Club Crosby has great pleasure in placing this magnificent book by Frans van der Kolff onto the Internet. The book seeks to list the songs Bing sang in his career. This is an updated version of the original as Frans has been making additions as new information has come to light. Our thanks are due to Richard Baker who has kindly reformatted the files for the Internet and working with Thane Cooper has made many new additions and amendments to the original listing. As with any project of this size, there are bound to be errors and omissions. Please notify Malcolm Macfarlane at macwilmslo@aol.com of any amendments.

 

Dedicated, with sincere thanks, to all the Crosby collectors and enthusiasts who helped, in one way or another, in compiling this book.

 

FOREWORD

Bing Crosby - so much has been said and written about the man, his life, his music in the past seventy-plus years that it becomes increasingly difficult to add something worthwhile and to avoid already overused clichés.

Today it’s without doubt that Harry Lillis “Bing” Crosby earned his mark as one of those unique men and women who, by thought, word, song, or deed influenced the lives of countless people and thus became an undeniable part of our century’s cultural heritage. His recent election as one of the hundred most influential people of the twentieth century by the editors of Time, his entry in the prestigious Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, the detailed account of his work in this and many other books are only a few of many testimonials that attribute to that fact. Talent, craftsmanship, originality, endurance - luck, as Bing himself would hasten to add, are all factors which can, and did, lead to great success.

But what is that specific factor that makes Bing Crosby outstanding as compared with most of his peers? Despite all that’s been written and said on the subject it still remains an open question. Although. Doesn’t the following quote from the “Biography of modern thinking” come close? It states that Crosby’s songs “seem to sum up an art in which a gentle warmth escapes sentimentality by virtue of evident intelligence and a touch of humour”.

The songs in this book, then, are not only the account of a lifetime of performing. These songs, more than anything else, are the key to the essence of Bing Crosby. After all, wasn’t it Bing himself who just wanted to be remembered as “a guy who could carry a tune”?

Frans W. van der Kolff Email: frans. algemeen [at] chello. Nl

 

INTRODUCING the BING CROSBY SONGOGRAPHY

Discographies, filmographies and radio show directories have all been the subject of publications on numerous occasions in the past but to date a Songography for Bing Crosby has not been previously attempted. For those not familiar with a Songography I should explain that it is a complete alphabetical listing of every song Bing Crosby sang during his entire life, in every medium - radio, television, records, concerts, films etc. Most collectors are aware that many songs have more than one title by which they are known, some with as many as three or four. This has been taken care of by a comprehensive system of cross-referencing wherever these alternative titles are known, so whichever title you refer to it may be located.

Taking each title in turn there follows a chronological listing of every date throughout Bing’s life on which that title was sung. Against each date is given the medium in which it was performed - radio, television, etc. Next to the medium we have the various sources as follows: for records - the master number; for radio and television - the name of the programme, e. g. “Kraft Music Hall”; for concerts - the venue; for films - the film title. Finally is given the accompaniment - vocal and Orchestral.

Since Bing’s death, in the absence of newly recorded material we have been, and continue to be, offered a steady flow of his performances mastered from his vast legacy of shows. For this we are truly grateful but it does mean that any discography is either confined to studio recordings or is out of date soon after publication so we are left with no reference book that is complete. With the publication of Bing’s Songography, whilst it will not tell you which titles have been posthumously mastered (an ongoing enterprise), at least it presents you with the full scope and potential. Outside such specialized applications it can serve as a much needed reference book for the many other facets of our hobby and collection.

 

Colin Pugh

 

A SHORT HISTORY

The Songography project goes all the way back to March 1985, when the late Colin Pugh wrote an editorial for the 11th issue of John Bassett’s excellent magazine BINGVILLE NEWS, in which he stated:

“I am usually so ‘snowed under’ with various projects that I frequently find myself ruefully contemplating other projects upon which I have long had a desire to embark. Foremost among these is a Bing Crosby Songography. By this is meant a comprehensive alphabetical and/or chronological listing of every song Bing sang, either in full or in part. This would be an integrated listing of the existing discography and Bing’s non-commercial output, i. e. songs for radio, TV, films, live shows, and private recordings. Every collector would appreciate such a book of reference and what a show-piece for Bing! At present we have nothing under one cover showing the sum total of his life’s work as a singer - and this is a regrettable omission. I understand the hesitance which May have hitherto daunted would-be authors of such a project but I say ‘don’t wait until you feel qualified’. First attempts at any projects have always been incomplete and no one is going to ridicule an honest effort - ‘let he who is without sloth cast the first stone’. And once it is launched, fellow collectors will rally round with additional information gleaned from their own collections for further editions. So come along Bing enthusiasts, take the plunge and add this fascinating project to your collecting activities. Frank Sinatra or Perry Como societies will not do it for us.

This editorial provoked, in the next issue of BINGVILLE NEWS, a response by our current BING magazine Editor, Malcolm Macfarlane, in which he elaborated on the subject and tried to calculate Bing’s total output. With many different figures circulating on the subject that meant no mean task but Malcolm came up with a quite interesting and well thought over attempt. He arrived at a total of 2,900 different songs sung by Bing during his career and a gross total of 6,061 songs, including duplications, and ended his article with the following: “The thought of bringing all of this information together has long been a dream of many a Crosby collector but it has always been regarded as an impossibility. With the arrival of computers we should now be able to attempt the impossible and begin ‘the final analysis’.”

The prospects as sketched by both Colin Pugh and Malcolm Macfarlane were really exciting. As one thing let to another, soon I found myself involved and, with the indispensable help of Colin Pugh, the project was under way. I started out with my own files, containing information from my own collection. Step by step information from other sources was added. As it turned out, adding already researched information was the easiest part. Many more problems were caused by those shows of which I had little or no information at all. Especially the television years were, until recently, by and large unknown territory and the same goes for Bing’s guest performances in all media. At this stage it was only with the help of knowledgeable Crosby collectors that the project could continue. I’m happy to say that, over the years, many people offered valuable information. It’s to all these Crosby collectors and enthusiasts this book is dedicated. One person who should not go unmentioned in this respect is Colin Pugh. It’s no exaggeration to say that without his continuous help and his expertise this book would not have seen the light of day.

Now that the project is finished it would be interesting to see what became of Malcolm’s calculations, made back in 1985. According to the Songography files, Bing Crosby did around 2700 shows during his career in which he sang 3267 different songs - a figure that isn’t too far removed from Malcolm’s educated guess I should say. There is a larger discrepancy when you look at the gross total. The Songography more than doubles Malcolm’s estimate of 6, 061, although I hasten to add that my count of over 15, 000 includes the re-use of non-commercially pre-recorded songs (like in Bing’s shows with Buddy Cole for instance). On the other hand, the double performances on some of Bing’s early radio shows, when due to the time difference between West Coast and East Coast of the United States he actually had to perform twice, are not counted. What all these figures do show is Bing’s impressive output over the years.

Equally impressive is the short outline of Bing’s career, following this chapter. While I feel this is not the place for even a short biography on Bing Crosby, this outline may be of use as an overview when using the Songography. Links have been added to the separate radio and TV listings on the BING magazine web site.

While I aimed for a complete Songography it would be foolish to think we could ever achieve that for one hundred percent. What could be done to come as near as possible, to invite all interested collectors who felt they could add new information, not yet available in printed form, has resulted in many additions and amendments. Much effort has been taken to ensure the information given is accurate, despite the large number of different sources from which information was gleaned, and the many ways in which the information can be represented, keeping in mind that this Songography is a printed listing and not a sophisticated electronic database with all retrieval possibilities one can think of.

Many popular songs are known not only by their official title, but (also) by abbreviations or translations of the original title. Many others acquired, over the years, different titles, either by general usage or, simply, by mistake. As you cannot claim copyright on song titles, there are many entirely different songs which have identical titles. To avoid this veritable minefield I have chosen to use the most common used song title as the heading under which the information about Bing’s performances of the song in question is given. Other titles for the same song are cross-referenced. Another problem posed was the theme songs and recurring sung commercials. Having to choose between a short general entry with a possible loss of information and a listing of all versions known to me, I decided in favour of the latter.

When during the mid-forties pre-recorded or taped shows gained importance on radio - Bing Crosby was one of the fore-runners in this field - the re-use of songs in different shows gradually became practice. This is especially the case with the Bing Crosby-Buddy Cole radio shows of the fifties. Again, instead of making a general heading for these songs, I decided to list all broadcast dates known to me. Making out which versions are exact copies, alternate takes, or even re-mixes, is another project.

As shown by the above, no doubt there will be mistakes and omissions - they’re practically unavoidable in a work of this scope, and with the many sources used. We hope to be able to publish, when necessary, supplements to the Songography.

A SHORT OUTLINE OF BING CROSBY'S CAREER

1926-1977

1930s

Commercial and private recordings, guest appearances and (sung) commercials

Concerts and concert tours

1929

Old Gold Presents Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra 1929-1930

1929-1974

Films

1930-1931

Broadcasts from the Cocoanut Grove

1931

Presenting 15 minutes with Bing Crosby

1931-1932

Bing Crosby – Cremo Singer

1932-1933

Chesterfield Cigarettes presents Music That Satisfies

1933-1935

Bing Crosby Entertains (the Woodbury series)

1935-1946

The Kraft Music Hall

1942-1977

Armed Forces Radio Service

1946-1949

Philco Radio Time

1948-1977

Television

Bing Crosby starred in many television specials and was a guest star in even more shows. He did a series of sitcom shows for one season in the early sixties. Throughout the sixties he hosted a series of “Hollywood Palace” shows. From the early sixties onward he recorded his Christmas specials for television

1949-1952

The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield

1952-1954

The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric

1954-1956

The Bing Crosby Show

1955-1962

A Christmas Sing With Bing

1957-1958

The Ford Road Show

1960-1962

The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show

1970-1976

Laguna Honda Home Concerts

1976-1977

Concert tours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



FORMAT

The format and abbreviations used in the Songography are as follows.

- Song title

- Recording, concert or broadcast date

- In general dates given in the case of broadcasts are those of the original broadcast. In some cases the recording date of a broadcast is known and of importance, for instance when material originally recorded for radio is released as (commercial) recording. This is frequently noted with dates of broadcasts added in the case of the many tracks recorded in the studio for broadcast use in the 1950s and 1960s.

- Medium indication. The following abbreviations are used:

Rec. = (commercial or private) recording

(When Rec. date is used it implies a recording for later use on radio)

Rad. = radio broadcast

Film = Film

TV. = television broadcast

Con. = concert

- An abbreviation for often used remarks. The following abbreviations are used:

whi. = whistle only

Med. = part of medley

Frag. = fragment

a cap. = a cappella. With a few exceptions these are fragments (usually indicated) only.

Par. = parody. This also includes special lyrics material

Rep. = reprise(s) of a song (in the same programme)

- Name of the source or programme.

- Name(s) of participants in the performance: vocalists, chorus, orchestra.

- Remaining remarks.

Click on a letter.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z

 

A

A AND E SUNG COMMERCIAL

Dec. 1960 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

Ken Carpenter, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

(= The Twelve Days of Christmas)

A' HUGGIN' AND A-CHALKIN' See: Huggin' and Chalkin'

A-HUNTING WE WILL GO

17 Feb. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Randolph Scott, Bob Burns, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

A-ROUND THE CORNER (BENEATH THE BERRY TREE) Also known as: Looking For Emily

18 Jun. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Jun. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Oct. 1952 Rad. “Guest Star” 291

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

This show is also named: “US Treasury Show” # 291

A-TISKET, A-TASKET

15 Jul. 1956 TV. Frag. “The Ed Sullivan Show”.

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12811

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

ABA DABA HONEYMOON

30 May 1954 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary and Lindsay Crosby, mandolin and piano accompaniment

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Perry Como, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

20 Apr. 1968 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Joe Bushkin, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

ABDUL-A-BULBUL AMIR See: Abdul the Bulbul Ameer

ABDUL THE BULBUL AMEER Also known as: Abdul-a-Bulbul Amir

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11750

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

ABRAHAM

Nov. 1941-Feb. 1942 Film "Holiday Inn"

Martha Mears (dubbing for Marjorie Reynolds), Louise Beavers, Joan Arnold, Shelby Bacon, Orchestra directed by Robert Emmett Dolan

29 May 1942 Rec. DLA 3010-A

The Ken Darby Singers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Nov. 1942 Rad.  “Mail Call” # 11

            Betty Rhodes, AFRS Orchestra

11 Jan. 1943 Rad. Screen Guild Players' "Holiday Inn"

Dinah Shore, Chorus, Orchestra

11 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Command Performance” # 52

The Music Maids & Phil and the Charioteers, unknown Orchestra

14 Dec. 1944 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Charles Henderson and the Kraft Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Holiday Inn"

AC-CENT-TCHU-ATE THE POSITIVE See also: "The Crosby Medley"

1944 Film “Swingtime With The Stars”.

11th Naval District Coast Guard Band conducted by Lt. Jimmie Grier

May-Jun. 1944 Film "Here Come the Waves"

Sonny Tufts, Girl's Chorus, Orchestra directed by Robert Emmett Dolan

16 Nov. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, Charles Henderson and the Kraft Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Nov. 1944 Rad. “Mail Call” # 120

The AFRS Radio Orchestra

23 Nov. 1944 Rad. Let’s Talk Turkey to Japan (Sixth War Loan Drive programme)

            NBC Orchestra

8 Dec. 1944 Rec. L 3685-A

8 Dec. 1944 Rec. L 3685-B

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

16 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Command Performance” # 155

The Andrews Sisters, the AFRS Radio Orchestra

24 Dec. 1944 Rad. a cap. “Philco Radio Hall Of Fame”.

Jeannie Darrell and Darlene Garner

28 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Dec. 1944 Rad. The Andrews Sisters show

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

18 Jan. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Jan. 1945 Rad. “Mail Call” # 128

The Charioteers, the AFRS Radio Orchestra

1 Feb. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from “Here Come the Waves"

22 Feb. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Mar. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1945 Con. Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City

Orchestra

11 Oct. 1950 Rad. a cap. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

13 Oct. 1957 TV. Med. “The Edsel Show”.

Orchestra directed by Toots Camarata

14 Mar. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

7 Oct. 1971 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Orchestra directed by Les Brown

13 Dec. 1973 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

16 Dec. 1974 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

28 Nov. 1975 TV. Med. “The Mike Douglas Show”.

Bob Moonan; piano

22 Dec. 1975 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The Masonic Auditorium, San Francisco

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

1 Dec. 1976 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby’s White Christmas”.

The Crosby Family, Bernadette Peters, Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight

1 Dec. 1976 TV. Rep.  Med. “Bing Crosby’s White Christmas”.

The Crosby Family, Bernadette Peters, Jackie Gleason, Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight

7-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

Bette Midler, Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977- 8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN

11 Apr. 1950 Rec. W 76123-A

Dorothy Kirsten, Jay Blackton and his Orchestra

Nov-Dec. 1949 Film "Mr. Music"

Orchestra directed by Van Cleave

Nov-Dec. 1949 Film "Mr. Music"

Dorothy Kirsten, Orchestra directed by Van Cleave

21 Jun. 1950 Rec. L 5688-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

1 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Dorothy Kirsten, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1951 Rad. “The Red Cross Show”.

Dorothy Kirsten, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Jan. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ACH DU LIEBER AUGUSTINE

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11744

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

ACROSS THE WIDE MISSOURI See: Shenandoah

ADESTE FIDELES Also known as: O Come, All Ye Faithful

Oct. 1934 Rec. B 2078-A

Organ accompaniment

12 Nov. 1935 Rec. DLA 256-A

12 Nov. 1935 Rec. DLA 256-B

The Guardsmen Quartette, Victor Young and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

23 Dec. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Dec. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Dec. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Jun. 1942 Rec. L 3025-A

Max Terr's Mixed Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Dec. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Cast, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1943 Rad. Christmas Eve at the Fronts

Orchestra

21 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Studio Audience, Cast, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Philco Radio Hall Of Fame”.

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

1945 Rec. V-Disc Army 441-A Navy 221-A

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from the KMH programme of 21 Dec. 1944

Feb.-May 1945 Film "The Bells Of St. Mary's"

Children’s Choir

25 Dec. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time” (recorded 9 December)

Skitch Henderson (piano) and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra and studio audience.

1946 Rec. V-Disc Army 796-A

Skitch Henderson (piano) and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra and studio audience.

Taken from the “Philco Radio Time” programme of 25 Dec. 1946

24 Dec. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Skitch Henderson (piano) and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra and studio audience.

This is a repeat of the 25 Dec. 1946 show

22 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, the Bob Mitchell Boy's Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Dec. 1949 Rad. “Christmas Seals Program”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Studio Audience, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Joyful Hour”.

Chorus, Orchestra

20 Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Studio Audience, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Studio Audience, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Studio Audience, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Studio Audience, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1956 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1957 TV. “Happy Holidays with Bing and Frank” (ABC).

Frank Sinatra, Chorus, Orchestra directed by Nelson Riddle

24 Dec. 1957 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1960 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

14 Dec. 1971 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Cast, Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

10 Dec. 1972 TV. “Christmas with the Bing Crosbys”.

Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

14 Dec. 1972 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

9 Dec. 1973 TV. “Bing Crosby’s Sun Valley Christmas Show”.

The Crosby Family, Connie Stevens, John Byner, Michael Landon, Orchestra directed by Peter Matz

13 Dec. 1973 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

25 Dec. 1974 TV. The Kathryn Crosby Show

The Golden Gate Voices, Piano accompaniment

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

ADIOS SENORITA

15 Aug. 1964 Rec. 52671

Rosemary Clooney, Billy May and his Orchestra

ADVENTURES IN PARADISE

9 Dec. 1963 Rec. 2329

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

AFRICAN ETUDE

Nov.-Dec. 1940 Film “Road to Zanzibar”.

Native Chorus, Orchestra directed by Victor Young

1941 Rad. “Hollywood Is On The Air”.

Chorus, Victor Young and the Paramount Recording Orchestra

AFRICAN SAFARI

1968 Rec. Med. Par. Private recording

Orchestra

Includes parodied versions of: Mack The Knife, Nagasaki, Oh, Katherina, The Bowery, Yellow Bird, Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet, Unknown Song Title, Blues In The Night, Shuffle Off To Buffalo, Talk To The Animals, Mona Lisa

1970 Rec. Med. Par. Private recording

Includes parodied versions of: Mack The Knife, You Came A Long Way From St. Louis, M-O-T-H-E-R, Yellow Bird, Tiptoe Through The Tulips, Strangers In The Night, You Oughta Be In Pictures, Shuffle Off To Buffalo, The Road To Mandalay, Amapola

AFTER ALL

23 Nov. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Dec. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AFTER A WHILE

22 Mar. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Apr. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Apr. 1945 Rad. “Command Performance” # 172

Unidentified Orchestra

10 May 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AFTER SUNDOWN

Aug.-Oct. 1933 Film "Going Hollywood"

Orchestra directed by Lennie Hayton

27 Sep. 1933 Rec. L 21-A

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

30 Oct. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

3 May 1954 Rec. MG 3671

Buddy Cole & His Trio

AFTER THE BALL

17 Dec. 1959 Rec. Med.B 11268

Jack Halloran and his Orchestra and Chorus

AFTER YOU

Apr.-Jun. 1937 Film "Double Or Nothing"

Martha Raye, Frances Faye, Harry Barris, Chorus, Orchestra directed by Boris Morros

Deleted from Film

1937 Rad. “Paramount Is On The Air”.

Martha Raye, Frances Faye, Harry Barris, Chorus, Orchestra

AFTER YOU'VE GONE

18 Oct. 1929 Rec. W 149159-3

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

12 Dec. 1935 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

17 Feb. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Feb. 1944 Rad. “G. I. Journal” # 31

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1944 Rad. AFRS "Personal Album" 542

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Jul. 1945 Rad. “G. I. Journal” # 105

AFRS Orchestra conducted by Alvino Rey

16 Jan. 1946 Rec. W 73279-A

Eddie Condon and his Orchestra

23 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield” # 104

Buddy Cole & His Trio

21 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield” # 108

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used also in:

4 Jun. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield” # 110

29 Jan. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric” # 17

Buddy Cole; piano

26 Jun. 1953 Rec. L 7204-A Mastering date using radio recording of 23 Apr. 1952

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

7 Jan. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 35

20 Jan. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 44

7 Jul. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 164

25 Apr. 1954 TV “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Buddy Cole & His Trio

AGAIN

18 May 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 May 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Dorothy Kirsten, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Oct. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-99

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-99 alternate Mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

AGE OF AQUARIUS, THE See: Aquarius

AH, BUT IS IT LOVE?

6 Nov. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

AH! SWEET MYSTERY OF LIFE

2 Dec. 1938 Rec. DLA 1606-A

Victor Young and his Concert Orchestra

28 Aug. 1943 Rad. Med. “Command Performance” # 81

Orchestra

AIN’TCHA

28 Jan. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

AIN'T DOIN' BAD DOIN' NOTHIN'

18 Nov. 1947 Rec. L 4567-A

Joe Venuti and his Orchestra

27 Oct. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Nov. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AIN'T GOT A DIME TO MY NAME

Feb.-Apr. 1942 Film “Road to Morocco”.

Orchestra directed by Victor Young

10 Jun. 1942 Rec. L 3031-A

Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Roger Miller, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'

19 Oct. 1931 Rad. Fifteen Minutes With Bing Crosby

Freddie Rich and his Orchestra

25 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

4 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

18 Nov. 1954 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

4 Jan. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 32

7 Feb. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 56

4 Mar. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 75

27 May 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 135

27 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 43

17 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 50

12 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 105

19 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 109

9 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 127

15 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 35

29 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 501

26 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 607

27 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 630

17 Apr. 1956 Rec. L 9156

Jack Pleis and his Orchestra

13 Feb. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 18 Nov. 1954 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

AIN'T SHE SWEET? See: Sweet Li'l-Ain't She Sweet?

AIN'T WE GOT FUN?

26 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Nov. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Jun. 1960 Rec. date. For radio use

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

1960s Rad. “The Navy Swings”.

4 Jul. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 91

16 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 422

6 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 441

7 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 508

2 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 546

19 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 559

7 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 594

14 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 599

20 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 625

20 Aug.1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 646

AIN'TCHA EVER COMING BACK?

29 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALABAMY BOUND

13 Aug. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

10 Sep. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1929 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

7 Jan. 1930 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

22 Apr. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

15 Jul. 1944 Rad. Med. “Command Performance” # 129

Judy Garland, Piano accompaniment

2 Apr. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Charles Thomas, the Ken Darby Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jan. 1950 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jun. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

14 Mar. 1957 Rec. L 9936 (mastering date from 18 Jun. 1956 radio recording)

This recording used in the following shows:

8 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 5

17 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 275

16 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 13

23 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 497

15 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 534

7 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 571

14 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 599

3 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 656

6 Oct. 1964 TV. “The Bell Telephone Hour”.

Buddy Cole & His Trio

19 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

16 Jan. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

16 Jan. 1975 Rec. (alternate)

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

ALBUQUERQUE Also known as: The Dodger's Song

30 Apr. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND

See also: In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening

9 Apr. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

26 Jan. 1938 Rec. DLA 1152-A

Connie Boswell, Victor Young and his Orchestra

30 Mar. 1944 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”.

25 Mar. 1947 Rec. L 4386-A

Al Jolson, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra

9 Apr. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1947 Rec. V-Disc Army 814-A

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from “Philco Radio Time” programme of 7 May 1947

13 Jun. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Band's Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Mar. 1961 TV. Frag. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Carol Lawrence, Maurice Chevalier, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

18 Feb. 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Alice Faye, Phil Harris, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

13 May 1967 TV. Med. Par. “Hollywood Palace”.

Frances Langford, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

19 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

5 May 1968 TV. “The Ed Sullivan Show”.

Harry James Orchestra

ALICE BEN BOLT

23 Dec. 1972 TV. "Parkinson!"

Piano accompaniment

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

8 Apr. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

ALL ALONE

18 Jun. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

30 Apr. 1942 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film "Blue Skies"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

Deleted from the Film

21-22 Jun. 1962 Rec. Med.Vocal recorded over previously recorded orchestra.

Orchestra and chorus led by Ivor Raymond. Recording made 16-19 Mar. 1962

30 Nov. 1965 Rec. LW(S) 224

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

13 May 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Don Ameche, Frances Langford, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Guildhall, Preston

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Belle Vue, Manchester

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

26 Sep. 1977- 8 Oct. 1977 Con. The London Palladium

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

10 Oct. 1977 Con. The Conference Centre, Brighton

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

ALL BY MYSELF

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film "Blue Skies"

Joan Caulfield, Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

18 Jul. 1946 Rec. L 4229-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Oct. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Nov. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1947 Rec. V-Disc Army 814-A

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from “Philco Radio Time” programme of 7 May 1947

4 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALL HAIL THE POWER OF JESUS' NAME

6 May 1949 Rec. L 4998-A

The Ken Darby Choir, Organ accompaniment

ALL HIS CHILDREN

14-16 Mar. 1972 Rec. DL 272

Count Basie and his Orchestra

ALL I DO IS DREAM OF YOU

17 Dec. 1959 Rec. Med.B 11271

Jack Halloran and his Chorus and Orchestra

ALL MY LIFE

14 May 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

ALL MY LOVE Also known as: Bolero

23 Jun. 1950 Rec. L 5701-A

The Jeff Alexander Chorus, Victor Young and his Orchestra

18 Oct. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Feb. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jul. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALL OF ME

4 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

22 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

5 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

15 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

ALL OF MY LIFE

21 Jan. 1945 Rec. L 3726-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 May 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 May 1945 Rec date. Seventh War Loan Drive show at Warners’ Wiltern Theatre

20 Jun. 1945 Rad. The Walgreen Birthday Party (broadcast of above show)

Carl Hoff and his Orchestra

ALL OF YOU

26 Aug. 1961 TV. “A Big Night Out With Peggy Lee”

            Peggy Lee, Bob Sharples Orchestra

15 Feb. 1969 TV. Med. Feelin' groovy at Marine World

Anissa Jones, Orchestra

ALL SHE'D SAY WAS "UMH-UMH"

21 Jun. 1954 Rec. L 7741-1

Les Brown and his Band of Renown

ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE

15 Feb. 1945 Rad. Par. “Command Performance: Dick Tracy in B Flat”.

Frank Sinatra, AFRS Orchestra conducted by Meredith Willson

ALL THE TIME

1958 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

20 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 182

4 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 192

14 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 200

17 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 227

6 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 241

8 Dec. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 204

6 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 463

27 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 522

14 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 599

ALL THE WAY

28 Oct. 1957 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

3 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 49

19 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 52

22 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 87

5 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 98

15 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 130

13 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 151

12 Dec. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 206

25 Sep. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 411

16 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 556

23 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 649

ALL THE WORLD WILL BE JEALOUS OF ME

9 Jun. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALL TOGETHER IN THE FALL

5 Sep. 1967 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

ALL THROUGH THE DAY

31 Dec. 1945 Rec. W 73261-A

Camarata and his Orchestra

4 Apr. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 May 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT (WELSH TRADITIONAL)

29 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT (PORTER)

4 Dec. 1954 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

27 Dec. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 26

3 Jan. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 31

14 Feb. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 61

6 May 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 120

8 Jul. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 165

27 Sep. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 152

23 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 431

18 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 494

18 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 667

Apr.-May 1955 Film "Anything Goes"

Joseph Lilley and his Orchestra

23 Feb. 1956 Rec. L 8991

Joseph Lilley and his Orchestra

22 Dec. 1978 Rec. The radio recording of 4 Dec. 1954 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

ALL YOU WANT TO DO IS DANCE

Apr.-Jun. 1937 Film "Double Or Nothing"

Orchestra directed by Boris Morros

1937 Rad. “Paramount Is On The Air”.

Orchestra

1 Jul. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

12 Jul. 1937 Rec. DLA 830-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Oct. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Oct. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Jul. 1943 Rec. L 3175-A

Johnny Burke; piano, Perry Botkin; guitar

15 Mar. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Double Or Nothing"

15 Mar. 1945 Rec. Med.V-Disc Army 484-A

Taken from the “Kraft Music Hall” show of the same date

ALLA EN EL RANCHO GRANDE See: El Rancho Grande also known as: My Ranch and Give Me My Ranch

ALLEZ-VOUS EN Also known as: Go Away

18 Oct. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Dec. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Jan. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-99

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-99 alternate mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE

15 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Nov. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Jul. 1957 Recording date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

15 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 11

14 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 34

29 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 69

13 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 80

4 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 97

18 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 108

13 Oct. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 164

13 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 446

5 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 526

ALOHA KUU IPO ALOHA

1 Jul. 1940 Rec. DLA 2015-A

Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians

ALOHA MEANS I LOVE YOU

28 Jan. 1960 Rec. L2PB 0435-4

Chorus, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra

ALOHA OE Also known as: Farewell To Thee

23 Jul. 1936 Rec. DLA 453-A

Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians

23 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALONE

19 Dec. 1935 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

15 Apr. 1944 Rad. Med. “Command Performance” #115

Dinah Shore, Piano accompaniment

ALONG THE NAVAJO TRAIL

See also: Ford sung commercial 3 and 10 Nov. 1957

29 Jun. 1945 Rec. L 3876-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

18 Jul. 1945 Rad.  “Mail Call” # 154

AFRS Orchestra conducted by Alvino Rey

5 Dec. 1945 Rad. “That They Might Walk”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

6 Dec. 1945 Rad. “Victory Bond Show”.

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

ALONG THE SANTA FE TRAIL

3 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2251-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ALONG THE WAY TO WAIKIKI

19 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Feb. 1957 Rec. H2J B330-6

Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band

ALOUETTE

20 Mar. 1961 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Maurice Chevalier, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

ALPHA DELTA PI SWEETHEART

21 May 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

ALWAYS

8 Jul. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Nov. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Eugenie Baird, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Eugenie Baird, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film Med. “Blue Skies" (not used in Film)

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

15 Jan. 1947 Rad. a cap. “Philco Radio Time”.

15 Jan. 1947 Rad. whi. “Philco Radio Time”.

16 Mar. 1947 Rad. Jack Benny “Lucky Strike Radio Show”.

Dick Haymes, Dennis Day, Andy Russell, Phil Harris and his Orchestra

1947 Rec. V-Disc Army 773-A

Dick Haymes, Dennis Day, Andy Russell, Phil Harris and his Orchestra

Taken from the Jack Benny “Lucky Strike Radio Show” of same date; also named: Bing Crosby fluff

21-22 Jun. 1962 Rec. Med.Vocal recorded over previously recorded orchestra.

Orchestra and chorus led by Ivor Raymond. Recording made 16-19 Mar. 1962

30 Nov. 1965 Rec. LW(S) 218

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

ALWAYS IN MY HEART

13 Oct. 1942 Rad. Med.A capella“Command Performance” # 36

Dinah Shore

AM I IN LOVE?

30 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AMAPOLA

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-97

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-97 alternate mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

2 Dec. 1965 Rec. LW(S) 221

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

23 Jun. 1975 Rec. Bingo Viejo

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

AMERICA

14 May 1962 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Bob Hope, Edie Adams, Gary Crosby, David Rose and his Orchestra

AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL

14 Nov. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Anna-Maria Alberghetti, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11747

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

AMERICAN TUNE

12 Mar. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

AMONG MY SOUVENIRS

8 Apr. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Trudy Erwin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Aug. 1946 Rec. L 4276-A

Russ Morgan and his Orchestra

12 Mar. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Mar. 1954 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Frank Sinatra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Apr. 1955 Rad. Med. “The American Cancer Society All Star Revue”.

Frank Sinatra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1958 Rad. Med. “The American Cancer Society All Star Revue”.

Frank Sinatra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1958 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

13 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 33

24 May 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 62

4 Sep. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 394

19 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 495

23 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 561

9 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 616

19 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 668

AMOR

17 Feb. 1944 Rec. L 3317-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Mar. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Mar. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Apr. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 May 1944 Rad. Stars of NBC

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 May 1944 Rad. “Mail Call” # 91

The AFRS Orchestra

18 May 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1944 Rec. V-Disc Army 241-A, Navy 21-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from “Kraft Music Hall” of 18 May 1944

6 Jul. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Jul. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Aug. 1944 Rec. date. For radio use by BBC

            Jack Russin; piano

30 Aug.1944 Rec. date For Radio show “A Soldier And A Song” broadcast 3 Sep. 1944.

The Glenn Miller Army Air Force Orchestra

31 Aug. 1944 Rad. American Band of the AEF

Glenn Miller and the American Band of the AEF

31 Aug. 1944 Film British Movietone: At the opening of the Stage Door Canteen, London

Piano accompaniment

9 Sep. 1944 Rad. American Dance Band

The Swing Shift conducted by Glenn Miller

26 Jul. 1945 Rad. Bing Crosby accompanied by Jack Russin at the piano

Jack Russin; piano

12 Aug. 1946 Rad. “Mail Call” # 205

Unknown

12 Oct. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AMOUR, TOUJOURS L'AMOUR, L' Also known as: Love Everlasting

22 Aug. 1956 Rec date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

5 Jul. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 92

AMPHIBIANS BATTLE HYMN (WE’RE GOING IN)

Nov. 22, 1944 Rad. “Mail Call” # 120

The AFRS Orchestra

ANCHORS AWEIGH Also known as: The Song Of The Navy

18 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Jan. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Mar. 1943 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, the Charioteers, Band's Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: "Medley Of Service Songs"

21 Oct. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Jul. 1944 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Sonny Tufts, Marilyn Maxwell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11740

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

            5 Oct. 1975 Con. Command Performance, Treasure Island

                        with entire cast, 12th Naval District Band

AND HE'D SAY OO-LA-LA, WEE-WEE Also known as: He'd Say Ou La La Ouie Ouie and: Oo-La-La, Wee-Wee

11 Jun. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Lindsay Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Part of World War One medley

AND I LOVE HER Also known as: I Give Her All My Love

23 Oct. 1968 TV. “The Bing Crosby Special”.

Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

11 Oct. 1969 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

AND POINTS BEYOND See: Good Companions

AND SO TO BED

5 Feb. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Feb. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AND THE ANGELS SING

5 Apr. 1939 Rec. DLA 1758-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Apr. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 May 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 May 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jun. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AND THE BAND PLAYED ON See: The Band Played On

AND THE BELLS RANG

16 Nov. 1970 Rec. DL 101

Jack Halloran and the Voices of Christmas, Orchestra conducted by Les Brown

AND THEN IT'S HEAVEN

4 Dec. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and Chorus

1 Jan. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and Chorus

AND YOU'LL BE HOME

Nov.-Dec. 1949 Film "Mr. Music"

Chorus, Orchestra directed by Van Cleave

21 Jun. 1950 Rec. L 5686-A

The Ken Lane Singers, Victor Young and his Orchestra

13 Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Jan. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Feb. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ANDALUCIA See: The Breeze And I

ANGEL BELLS

1 Jun. 1955 Rec. L 8527-1

Chorus, Studio Orchestra

ANGEL CHILD

18 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ANGEL IN DISGUISE

11 Apr. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jeffrey Lynn, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 May 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 May 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ANGELS OF MERCY

1941 Film Angels of Mercy

Chorus, Orchestra

18 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Jan. 1942 Rec. DLA 2842-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH See: Christmas Carols, Part 2

ANIMAL CRACKERS

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

ANNIE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE See: I Positively Refuse To Sing

ANNIE LAURIE

See also: Round Medley

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11735

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

28 Sep. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Piano accompaniment

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

Rehearsal

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

ANNIVERSARY SONG, THE

5 Mar. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Mar. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Mar. 1947 Rec. L 4400-A

The Ken Darby Singers, Victor Young and his Orchestra

ANNIVERSARY WALTZ, THE

14 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2541-A

14 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2541-B

14 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2541-C

Victor Young and his Orchestra

30 Oct. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Feb. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ANOTHER OP'NIN', ANOTHER SHOW

6 Oct. 1956 TV. “Ford Star Jubilee: You’re The Tops”.

Cast, Orchestra

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Guildhall, Preston

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

26 Sep. 1977- 8 Oct. 1977 Con. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

10 Oct. 1977 Con. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

ANSWER ME MY LOVE

28 Feb. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Apr. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 May 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

ANTHEM OF THE CLAMS

Dec. 1960 Rec. Private recording

Piano accompaniment

ANY BONDS TODAY?

20 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Donald Crisp, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Jun. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film "Blue Skies"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

ANY OLD IRON

11 Dec. 1961 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Chorus, Peter Knight Orchestra

5 Apr. 1969 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Sally Ann Howes, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

ANY TIME Also known as: Anytime

20 Feb. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Mar. 1952 Rad. “The Bob Hope Show”.

Les Brown and his Band of Renown

16 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Helen O'Connell, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1953 Rad. "The Bob Hope Red Cross Show"

Les Brown and his Band of Renown

ANY TIME’S THE TIME TO FALL IN LOVE

11 Mar. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

ANY TOWN IS PARIS WHEN YOU'RE YOUNG

8 Feb. 1951 Rec. L 6052-A

The Jud Conlon Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Mar. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Mar. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Jun. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jul. 1961 Rec. date. Med.For radio use

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

1961 Rad. Med. “The Navy Swings”.

24 Aug. 1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 387

29 Sep. 1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 415

9 Nov.1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 444

14 Dec. 1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 469

11 Jan. 1962 Rad. Med “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 489

29 Jan. 1962 Rad. Med “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 501

26 Feb. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 521

10 Apr. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 552

22 May 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 582

6 Jul. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 615

16 Aug. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 644

21 Sep. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 670

ANYONE CAN FALL IN LOVE

18 Nov. 1954 Rec date.

Buddy Cole & His Trio (for radio use)

This recording used in the following shows:

23 Nov. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 2

30 Nov. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 7

10 Dec. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 15

31 Dec. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 30

4 Feb. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 55

14 Feb. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 61

4 Mar. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 75

6 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 98

16 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 273

2 May 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 46

5 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 549

ANYONE CAN SEE WITH HALF AN EYE See: I'm Crazy Over You

ANYTHING GOES

14 May 1935 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

8 Mar. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Anything Goes"

8 Mar. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

23 May 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 61

13 Oct. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 164

18 Oct 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 428

10 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” #488

27 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 522

15 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 534

15 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 600

24 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 627

1960 Rec. Med.Bing sings for St. John's Hospital Fund

Piano accompaniment

27 Feb. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 8 Mar. 1956 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

ANYTHING YOU CAN DO

19 Mar. 1947 Rec. L 4377-A

Dick Haymes, The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

11 Jun. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Ethel Merman, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jul. 1961 Rec. date. For radio use

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

1960s Rad. “The Navy Swings”.

1 Sep. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 393

5 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 419

31 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 437

6 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 463

18 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 494

28 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 543

8 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 572

13 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 620

30 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 654

ANYTIME See: Any Time

APALACHICOLA, FLA.

Jan.-Mar. 1947 Film "Road to Rio"

Bob Hope, Orchestra directed by Robert Emmett Dolan

Including: Swanee River and Carry me back to old Virginny

Fluff (take 9)

Jan.-Mar. 1947 Film "Road to Rio"

Bob Hope, Orchestra directed by Robert Emmett Dolan

Including: Swanee River and Carry Me Back To Old Virginny

25 Nov. 1947 Rec. L 4576-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

26 Nov. 1966 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Dorothy Lamour, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

27 Feb. 1972 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby And Friends"

Bob Hope, Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

22 Dec. 1975 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

3 Dec. 1975 TV. Med. “Merry Christmas Fred, from the Crosbys"

Kathryn Crosby, Fred Astaire, Orchestra directed by Ian Fraser

25 Dec. 1975 TV. Rep.  Med. “Merry Christmas Fred, from the Crosbys"

Kathryn Crosby, Fred Astaire, Orchestra directed by Ian Fraser

APPLE FOR THE TEACHER, AN

Apr.-Jun. 1939 Film "The Star Maker"

Linda Ware, Children, Orchestra directed by Alfred Newman

22 Jun. 1939 Rec. DLA 1782-A

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Jul. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Sep. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Oct.-Dec. 1939 Film "Road to Singapore"

Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Orchestra directed by Victor Young

8 Oct. 1939 Con. Golden Gate International Exposition

            George Olsen and his Band

12 Oct. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Oct. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Apr. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "The Star Maker"

APRIL IN PARIS

28 Mar. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Apr. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The American Cancer Society All Star Revue”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jul. 1961 Rec. date. Med.For radio use

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

1961 Rad. Med. “The Navy Swings”.

24 Aug. 1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 387

29 Sep. 1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 415

9 Nov.1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 444

14 Dec. 1961 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 469

11 Jan. 1962 Rad. Med.  “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 489

29 Jan. 1962 Rad. Med.  “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 501

26 Feb. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 521

10 Apr. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 552

22 May 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 582

6 Jul. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 615

16 Aug. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 644

21 Sep. 1962 Rad Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 670

APRIL IN PORTUGAL

30 Apr. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 May 1961 Rec. L 12779

Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra

APRIL PLAYED THE FIDDLE

Feb.-Apr. 1940 Film "If I Had My Way"

Six Hits and a Miss, Orchestra directed by Charles Previn

12 Apr. 1940 Rec. DLA 1982-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Apr. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 May 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 May 1940 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”.

APRIL SHOWERS

15 Jan. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Apr. 1956 Rec. L 9150-A

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Jack Pleis and his Orchestra

19 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

3 Dec. 1976 TV. a cap. “Joe Franklin's TV show”

14 Sep. 1977 Rec. Take 1, Take 2, Take 3

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

AQUARIUS Also known as: The Age Of Aquarius

17 Dec. 1969 TV. Med. “Bing and Carol: Together Again For The First Time”.

Carol Burnett, Roy Clark, Juliet Prowse, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AQUI VENO VIRGINIA See: I'm Coming Virginia

ARE YOU HAVING ANY FUN?

9 Nov. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Lou Holtz, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Nov. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Dec. 1939 Rad. Mr. Jinx Goes To Sea

Orchestra

AREN'T WE ALL? See: I'm A Dreamer, Aren't We All?

AREN'T YOU GLAD YOU'RE YOU?

Feb.-May 1945 Film "The Bells Of St. Mary's"

Orchestra

11 May 1945 Rad. G. I. Journal # 94

AFRS Orchestra

10 Sep. 1945 Rec. L 3961-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Feb. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Mar. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Aug. 1946 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' “The Bells of St. Mary’s”.

Wilbur Hatch and his Orchestra

6 Oct. 1947 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' “The Bells of St. Mary’s”.

Wilbur Hatch and his Orchestra

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Perry Como, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

5 Oct. 1960 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”

Rosemary Clooney, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

ARGYLE, THE CHRISTMAS STOCKING

21 Dec. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Carol Faylen, Diane Sherry, Piano accompaniment

ARMY AIR CORPS SONG, THE

22 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Feb. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Apr. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Feb. 1943 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: "Medley Of Service Songs"

AROUND HER NECK SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12802

Orchestral and Chorus arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

AROUND THE CORNER

14 Sep. 1977 Rec.

23 Jan. 1978 Orchestral backing added to the above

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

Poetry reading

AROUND THE WORLD

See also: Ford sung commercial (1 and 2 Nov. 1957)

3 Oct. 1956 Rec. L 9584-A

Buddy Cole and his Orchestra

ARRIVEDERCI ROMA

14 Mar. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

27 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 187

11 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 31

25 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 41

19 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 495

21 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 604

ARTHUR MURRAY TAUGHT ME DANCING IN A HURRY

17 May 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "The Fleet's In"

1946 Rec. V-Disc Army 729-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, introduced by Bing and Ken Carpenter

Taken from a rehearsal for “Kraft Music Hall” of 17 May 1945

AS I GO ROLLING HOME See: I've Got Sixpence

AS LONG AS I LIVE

6 Apr. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

22 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 110

23 May 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 131

15 Jun. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 147

6 Jul. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 163

30 Dec. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 220

24 Apr.1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 562

10 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 617

AS LONG AS I'M DREAMING

Feb.-Apr. 1946 Film “Welcome Stranger”.

Orchestra

14 Nov. 1946 Rec. L 4323-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Nov. 1946 Rec. L 4323-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Apr. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 May 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 May 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Oct. 1948 Rad. Welcome Stranger (Sceen Guild)

Orchestra

AS SHE SITS IN HER LOW-BACKED CAR See: The Low-Backed Car

AS TIME GOES BY

11 Sep. 1931 Rad. Fifteen Minutes With Bing Crosby

Freddie Rich and his Orchestra

10 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

5 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

11 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

31 Dec. 1931-Jan.7 1932 Con. The Paramount Theatre, New York

Orchestra conducted by Rubinoff

28 Jan. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Mar. 1943 Con. Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona

Orchestra

25 Mar. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Apr. 1943 Rad.  “Command Performance” #60

            John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1943 Con. City Park Stadium, New Orleans

            Tony Romano (guitar)

16 May 1943 Con. I Am an American Day, Soldier Field, Chicago

             Unknown acompaniment

21 May 1943 Con. Four Freedoms War Bond Show, Philadelphia

Orchestra

23 May 1943 Con. Memphis Country Club

WMC Staff Orchestra

24 May 1943 Con. Griffith Stadium, Washington D.C

             Orchestra

1 Jun. 1943 Con. Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia

            Piano accompaniment

2 Jun. 1943 Rad. Bing from Nashville

The WSM Band Orchestra

30 Jun. 1943 Con. Hollywood Bowl

Navy, Marine & Coast Guard Bands under the direction of Lt. Rudy Vallee

30 Dec. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Apr. 1944 Rad. Med. “Command Performance” #115

Dinah Shore, Piano accompaniment

8 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Morton Downey, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Mar. 1954 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Frank Sinatra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Apr. 1955 Rad. Med. “The American Cancer Society All Star Revue”.

Frank Sinatra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1957 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

27 Nov. 1957 Rad. Par.  “The Ford Road Show” # 68

1 Dec. 1957 Rad. Par. “The Ford Road Show” # 71

16 Jan. 1958 Rad. Par. “The Ford Road Show” # 107

18 Jul. 1961 Rec. date. For radio use

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

1 Sep. 1961 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 393

6 Oct. 1961 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 420

10 Nov. 1961 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 445

12 Jan. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 490

15 Feb. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 514

7 May 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 571

15 Jun. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 600

9 Aug. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 639

6 Sep. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 659

28 Sep. 1962 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 675

9 Oct. 1967 TV. Frag. The Demon Under The Bed

Unknown accompaniment

20 Jul. 1976 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Alan Cohen

15 Dec. 1976 Con. The Uris Theatre, New York

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

11 Oct. 1977 Rad. Rec date. Bing

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

ASK ME NO QUESTIONS

15 Feb. 1950 Rec. L 5391-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

ASLEEP IN THE DEEP

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11746

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

AT A PERFUME COUNTER

5 May 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 May 1938 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AT LAST

15 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jun. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Aug. 1976 Rec. Bing, Feels Good, Feels Right

Orchestra conducted by Alan Cohen

AT LAST! AT LAST! Also known as: Longtemps

19 Oct. 1951 Rec. L 6575-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Feb. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Mar. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AT LONG LAST LOVE

10 Nov. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Nov. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AT MY TIME OF LIFE

19 Jan. 1976 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

19 Jan. 1976 Rec. Alternate take

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

19 Jan. 1976 Rec. Remix Aug. 1987

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

17 Mar. 1976 Con. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

12 Apr. 1976 Con. TV. Olympic Fund Benefit

Les Brown and His Band of Renown

21 Apr. 1976 TV. The Bob Hope Olympic Benefit

Les Brown and His Band of Renown

2 Jun. 1976 Con. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

21 Jun. 1976- 4 Jul. 1976 Con. The London Palladium

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

10 Sep. 1976 Con. Gala Archdiocesan Charities Ball at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans

            Pat Barberot Orchestra

26 Nov. 1976 Con. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. The Uris Theatre, New York

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con.  The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

26 Feb. 1977 Con.  The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

AT SUNDOWN

1957 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

10 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 54

15 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 82

30 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 118

6 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 170

9 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 244

22 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 40

28 Sep. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 414

6 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 463

7 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 528

                        10 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 574

                        12 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 619

                        16 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 644

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

21 Dec. 1978 The radio recording of 1957 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement.

Pete Moore & His Orchestra.

AT THE CROSSROADS Also known as: Malaguena

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-98

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-98 alternate mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

AT THE FLYING "W"

17 Dec. 1947 Rec. L 4677-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

3 Mar. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Apr. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Nov. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AT THE JAZZ BAND BALL

4 Apr. 1956 Rec date. For radio use

The Buddy Cole Dixieland Combo

It is uncertain which radio shows might have contained this recording.

29 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-111

Louis Armstrong, Billy May and his Orchestra

17 Jan. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 4 Apr. 1956 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

Later the Johnny Evans Singers were added

AT TWILIGHT

6 Sep. 1929 Rec. W 148985-3

Al Rinker, Jack Fulton, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

AT YOUR COMMAND

Jun. 1931 Film I surrender, dear

Orchestra

24 Jun. 1931 Rec. L 1051-A

24 Jun. 1931 Rec. L 1051-B

Harry Barris; piano

6 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

7 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

AU BORD DE L'EAU

16 May 1953 Rec. W 84775-A

Paul Durand et son Grand Orchestre

AUF WIEDERSEH'N, MY DEAR

20 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

19 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

1 Apr. 1932- 7 Apr. 1932 Con. The Paramount Theatre, New York

Orchestra conducted by Rubinoff

Jul. 1932 Film “Blue Of The Night”.

Orchestra

Jul. 1932 Film “Hollywood On Parade”.

Orchestra

AUF WIEDERSEH'N, SWEETHEART

9 Oct. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Oct. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Dec. 1976 TV. a cap. NBC Today

AULD LANG SYNE

See also: Happy Birthday-Auld Lang Syne

29 Dec. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Cast, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Dec. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Cast, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Dec. 1943 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Ken Carpenter, Trudy Erwin, Leo 'Ukie' Sherin, Band's Chorus, John Scott Trotter

12 Apr. 1965 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Beverly Garland, Piano accompaniment

7 Jan. 1971 TV. a cap. “The Flip Wilson Show”.

AURA LEE

17 Dec. 1959 Rec. Med.B 11277

Jack Halloran and his Orchestra and Chorus

AUTUMN IN NEW YORK

12 Sep. 1977 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

AUTUMN LEAVES

7 Sep. 1950 Rec. L 5826-A

Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra

8 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Jan. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

AVALON

3 May 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Aug. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

14 Mar. 1957 Rec. L 9940 Mastering date from radio recording of 26 Aug. 1955

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

22 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 40

28 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 45

13 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 129

19 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 156

19 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 180

24 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 207

11 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 222

25 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 233

5 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 240

18 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 276

30 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 284

20 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 38

30 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 391

12 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 554

8 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 595

19 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 624

24 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 671

29 Feb. 1960 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Orchestra directed by Vic Schoen

6 Oct. 1964 TV. “The Bell Telephone Hour”.

Buddy Cole & His Trio

19 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

AVALON TOWN

19 Mar. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Dec. 1955 Rec date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

25 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 139

22 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 183

22 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 17

6 Jun. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 71

7 Apr. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 289

16 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 449

1 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 504

1 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 590

14 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 642

AVE MARIA

Aug.-Oct. 1943 Film "Going My Way"

Rise Stevens, the Robert Mitchell Boys Choir

25 Apr. 1945 Rec. L 3816 rejected

Choir, Victor Young and his Orchestra

30 Jul. 1945 Rec. L 3903-A

Choir, Victor Young and his Orchestra

AWAY IN A MANGER

See also: Christmas Carols, Part 1

21 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1955 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1957 TV. “Happy Holidays with Bing and Frank” (ABC).

Orchestra directed by Nelson Riddle directed by Nelson Riddle

24 Dec. 1957 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1960 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

Kathryn Crosby, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

AXE, AN APPLE AND A BUCKSKIN JACKET, AN

24 Apr. 1957 Rec.

Arthur Norman and his Orchestra and Choir

 

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B-I, BI Also known as: Bi-i-bi

13 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BABY FACE

See also: Everything Old Is New Again and: "The Crosby Medley"

19 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Skylarks, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jun. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Skylarks, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Mar. 1965 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Phil Harris, Piano accompaniment

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun.- 4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE

14 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

James Stewart, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Mar. 1966 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Nanette Fabray, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

BABY, LOOK WHAT YOU’VE DONE TO ME

28 Jan. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

11 Mar. 1930 Rad. Med.  “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

BABY ME See: Ford sung commercial (24 Sep. 1957)

BABY, OH WHERE CAN YOU BE?

24 May 1929 Rec. W 148620-1

Roy Bargy; piano, Matty Malneck; viola, Eddie Lang; guitar

9 Jul. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

24 Sep. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

5 Nov. 1929 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

This song is mentioned (probably by mistake) in discographies as: Baby, Where Can You Be?

BABY, WHERE CAN YOU BE? See: Baby, Oh Where Can You Be?

BABY, WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME?

See also: Ford sung commercial (29 Jul. 1958, 14 Aug. 1958, 24 Aug. 1958, 26 Aug. 1958, 31 Aug. 1958)

9 Aug. 1945 Rec. L 3911-A

Eddie Heywood and his Orchestra

BABY, WON'T YOU SAY YOU LOVE ME?

26 Apr. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 May 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BABY, YOU CAN COUNT ON ME

1 Jan. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BACK HOME AGAIN IN INDIANA See: Indiana

BACK IN THE OLD ROUTINE

30 Dec. 1953 Rec. L 7508-1

Donald O'Connor, Matty Matlock's All Stars

BACK IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD

16 Jul. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Vocal Quartet (including Bing Crosby), Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

5 Mar. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Dec. 1954 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

28 Feb. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 71

30 Mar. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 93

8 Jun. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 142

18 Jul. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 101

6 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 593

9 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 616

30 Oct. 1966 TV. Med. The Andy Williams show

Andy Williams, Kate Smith, Orchestra

19 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and His Band of Renown

BACK TO DONEGAL See: Dear Old Donegal

BAIA

28 Jan. 1945 Rec. L 3731 rejected

Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra

11 Feb. 1945 Rec. L 3736-A

Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra

BALI HA’I

10 Mar. 1949 Rec. L 4921-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 May 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BALLAD FOR AMERICANS

6 Jul. 1940 Rec. DLA 2035-2038-A

The Ken Darby Singers, Victor Young and his Orchestra

26 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Ken Darby Singers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BALLAD OF DAVY CROCKETT, THE Also known as: Davy Crockett

7 Nov. 1963 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Buddy Ebsen, Chorus, Andre Previn and his Orchestra

BALLAD OF THE CHRISTMAS STAR, THE

9 Dec. 1973 TV. “Bing Crosby’s Sun Valley Christmas Show”.

Connie Stevens, Kathryn Crosby, John Byner, Michael Landon, Orchestra directed by Peter Matz

BALLERINA Also known as: Dance, Ballerina, Dance

See also: Ford sung commercial (13 Feb. 1958, 19 Mar. 1958, 19 Apr. 1958, 18 May 1958, 1 Jun. 1958, 1 Jul. 1958, 25 Jul. 1958)

8 Dec. 1947 Rec. L4603-A

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Dec. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BALLIN' THE JACK

18 Jan. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Jul. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Jan. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26-28 Mar. 1968 Rec. LW(S) 344 A

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

1976 Rec. Med. Par. Private recording (Quail Hunting in Texas)

Joe Bushkin,  piano

3 Dec. 1976 TV. Med.A Cap. “Joe Franklin's TV show”

BAND PLAYED ON, THE

21 Nov. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Mar. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Jun. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jul. 1945 Rad. Med. “The Bell Telephone Hour”.

Donald Voorhees and his Orchestra and Chorus

21-22 Jun. 1962 Rec. Med.Vocal recorded over previously recorded orchestra.

Orchestra and chorus led by Ivor Raymond. Recording made 16-19 Mar. 1962

9 Oct. 1967 TV. Frag. The Demon Under The Bed

Unknown accompaniment

BANJO'S BACK IN TOWN, THE

26 Aug. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

It is uncertain which radio shows might have contained this recording.

17 Jan. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 26 Aug. 1955 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

BARNACLE BILL THE SAILOR See: Who's That Knocking At My Door?

BASIN STREET BLUES

See also: "The Crosby Medley"

25 Sep. 1937 Rec. DLA 971-A

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Oct. 1937 Con. Armory, Spokane

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Dec. 1937 Rad. Chesterfield Time

             Jack Teagarden, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

14 Nov. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Aug. 1942 Con. Bureau of Public Relations Show

30 Aug. 1942 used in Rad. “Command Performance” #31

Connie Boswell, Dr Frank Black and the NBC Orchestra,

17 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1942 Rad. Christmas “Command Performance”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Apr. 1943 Rad. Med. A capella“Command Performance” # 60

Dinah Shore

9 Sep. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Dec. 1943 Rad. “Command Performance” # 97

The Charioteers, the 370th Army Air Force Band conducted by M/Sgt. Skinnay Ennis

9 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Ella Fitzgerald, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Jan. 1951 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' "Birth Of the Blues"

Orchestra conducted by Basil Athlam

29 Sep. 1959 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”

Louis Armstrong, Orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl

10 Sep. 1976 Con. Gala Archdiocesan Charities Ball at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans

            Al Hirt, Pete Fountain, Eddie Miller, Pat Barberot Orchestra

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

25 Dec. 1976 TV. Frag. New York, New York

Joe Bushkin (piano)

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

BATMAN

31 Dec. 1966 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Dorothy Collins, the Mills Brothers, Charles Aznavour, Jack Burns, Avery Schreiber, Skitch Henderson, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC

May 1945 Rad. “Command Performance” VE Day show

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11746

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

BATUQUE NO MORRO

Jan.-Mar. 1947 Film. Par.  "Road to Rio"

Bob Hope, Chorus

BE CAREFUL, IT'S MY HEART

Nov. 1941-Feb. 1942 Film "Holiday Inn"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

1 Jun. 1942 Rec. DLA 3015-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Jun. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Mail Call” # 11

The AFRS Orchestra

11 Jan. 1943 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' "Holiday Inn"

Orchestra

14 Dec. 1944 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Holiday Inn"

BE HONEST WITH ME

23 May 1941 Rec. DLA 2401-A

23 May 1941 Rec. DLA 2401-B

The John Scott Trotter Eight

20 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BE MY LIFE'S COMPANION

5 Mar. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Mar. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BE STILL MY HEART

27 Nov. 1934 Rad. Frag. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

27 Nov. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

4 Dec. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

BE SWEET TO ME KID

26 May 1948 Rad. Med. “Philco Radio Time”.

Alec Templeton; vocal and piano

BEAR WENT OVER THE MOUNTAIN, THE

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11748

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

BEAUTIFUL DREAMER

See also: Ribena sung commercial

15 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Mar. 1940 Rec. DLA 1967-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Apr. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jan. 1948 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Al Jolson, Lou Bring and his Orchestra

21-22 Jun. 1962 Rec. Med.Vocal recorded over previously recorded orchestra.

Orchestra and chorus led by Ivor Raymond. Recording made 16-19 Mar. 1962

BEAUTIFUL GIRL

Aug.-Oct. 1933 Film "Going Hollywood"

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

27 Sep. 1933 Rec. LA 19-A

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

6 Nov. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

11 Dec. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

BEAUTIFUL KAHANA

9 Dec. 1963 Rec. 2328

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

BEAUTIFUL LADY IN BLUE

23 Jan. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

13 Feb. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

12 Mar. 1936 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

BEAUTIFUL LOVE

24 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

31 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

24 Jul. 1944 Rec. L 3473-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

15 Mar. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Mar. 1945 Rad.  “G. I. Journal” # 86

                        Unknown Orchestra

2 May 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Eddy Duchin; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BEAUTIFUL MELODY OF LOVE

21 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

6 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

20 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES

5 Nov. 1976 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

BEAUTIFUL OHIO

29 Oct. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

BEAUTIFUL THINGS

20 Dec. 1967 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Be-Bop Spoken HereThe Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

BE-BOP SPOKEN HERE

14 Apr. 1949 Rec. L 4973-A

Patty Andrews, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

27 Apr. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BECAUSE

17 May 1956 Rec. for radio use rejected

17 May 1956 Rec. for radio use – also issued on a plastic flexidisc

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

14 Apr. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” #294

25 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 606

BECAUSE I WORSHIP YOU

30 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

BECAUSE MY BABY DON'T MEAN MAYBE NOW

18 Jun. 1928 Rec. W 146549-2

Al Rinker, Harry Barris, Charles Gaylord, Jack Fulton, Austin Young, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

BECAUSE OF YOU

29 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Jun. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Oct. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Oct. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Nov. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Jan. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BECAUSE YOU'RE MINE

11 Dec. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Jan. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Jan. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Buddy Cole; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BEER BARREL POLKA, THE

13 Sep. 1964 TV. “ABC’s Wide World of Entertainment”

            Jimmy Dean & Lawrence Welk (Accordion)

BEGGING FOR LOVE

9 Sep. 1931 Rad. Fifteen Minutes With Bing Crosby

Freddie Rich and his Orchestra

BEGIN THE BEGUINE

3 May 1944 Rec. L 3411-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BEI MIR BIST DU SCHOEN

30 Dec. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Dec. 1937 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Jan. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Nov. 1963 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Caterina Valente, Andre Previn and his Orchestra

BELIEVE IT, BELOVED

29 Jan. 1935 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

BELIEVE ME

20 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

BELIEVE ME IF ALL THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS

19 Jan. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Anita Louise; harp

16 Mar. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11731

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

BELIEVE ME WHEN I SAY YOU'RE LOOKING GREAT

23 Oct. 1968 TV. “The Bing Crosby Special”.

Bob Hope, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

BELLE OF ALBUQUERQUE Also known as: The Dodger's Song -  See ALBUQUERQUE

BELLE OF BARCELONA, THE

4 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Lindsay Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Lindsay Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1955 Rad. “The Red Cross Show”.

Lindsay Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BELLS OF ST. MARY'S, THE

Feb.-May 1945 Film "The Bells Of St. Mary's"

Choir, piano

10 Sep. 1945 Rec. L 3962-A and L 3962-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Sep. 1945 Rad. “Music For Millions”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Aug. 1946 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' “The Bells of St. Mary’s”.

Wilbur Hatch and his Orchestra

6 Oct. 1947 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' “The Bells of St. Mary’s”.

Wilbur Hatch and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1948 Rad. A question of piano's

Organ accompaniment

14 Dec. 1971 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Mary Costa, Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

16 Dec. 1971 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

28 Nov. 1975 TV. Med. “The Mike Douglas Show”.

Bob Moonan; piano

14 Dec. 1975 TV. Stars On Sunday

Unknown organ accompaniment

BEN BOLT

23 Dec. 1972 TV. a cap. "Parkinson!"

BENEATH THY WINDOW See: O Sole Mio

BENCH IN THE PARK, A

Oct. 1929.-Feb. 1930 Film “King Of Jazz”.

Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys, the Brox Sisters, Stanley Smith, Jeanette Loff, members of the Orchestra, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

23 Mar. 1930 Rec. W 149825-2

23 May 1930 Rec. W 149840-4

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

27 Jun. 1930 Rad. Radio broadcast over station KFI, Los Angeles

Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys

BESAME MUCHO Also known as: Kiss Me

15 Sep. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

BESIDE A BABBLING BROOK Also known as: I'd Be More Than Satisfied

9 Apr. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BEST DRESSED MAN IN THE WORLD, THE

25 Apr. 1957 Rec.

Arthur Norman and his Orchestra and Choir

BEST MAN, THE

12 Feb. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Mar. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BEST THING FOR YOU, THE

21 Sep. 1950 Rec. L 5850-A

Sonny Burke and his Orchestra

BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE, THE

3 Dec. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Jan. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Jan. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Feb. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. The Uris Theatre, New York

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

10 Dec. 1976 TV  ‘Midday’ (WNEW-TV, NYC)

BETSY

3 Jul. 1945 Rec. L 3888-A

3 Jul. 1945 Rec. L 3888-B

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

BETSY FROM PIKE See: Sweet Betsy from Pike

BETTY CO-ED

15 Nov. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Peggy Lee, Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BETWEEN A KISS AND A SIGH

19 Dec. 1938 Rec. DLA 1689-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Dec. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Jan. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BETWEEN 18TH AND 19TH ON CHESTNUT STREET

See also: Ford sung commercial (19 Oct. 1957, 20 Jan. 1958, 26 Jan. 1958, 4 Apr. 1958)

15 Dec. 1939 Rec. DLA 1910-A

15 Dec. 1939 Rec. DLA 1910-B (fluff)

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Mar. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Apr. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 May 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Feb. 1944 Rad. “Mail Call” #78

Connie Boswell, the AFRS Radio Orchestra

BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

30 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

4 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

11 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

27 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

Unconfirmed title; possibly Bing was not on this show

Jun. 1932 Film "Sing, Bing, Sing"

Orchestra

9 May 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Jun. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

14 Mar. 1957 Rec. L 9927 (mastering date from radio recording of 20 Jun. 1955)

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

6 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 27

24 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 66

28 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 92

5 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 123

13 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 175

28 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 44

27 Sep. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 413

2 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 482

7 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 508

11 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 575

27 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 608

12 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 663

BEWARE

May-Jul. 1940 Film "Rhythm On The River" (deleted from film)

John Scott Trotter; piano, Perry Botkin; guitar

BEYOND COMPARE

10 Aug. 1936 Rec. DLA 552-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

BEYOND THE REEF

5 Sep. 1950 Rec. L 5816-A

Chorus, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra

1 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Jan. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Feb. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BI-I-BI See: B-i, Bi

BIBBIDI-BOBBIDI-BOO Also known as: The Magic Song

3 Jan. 1950 Rec. L 5304-A

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

22 Feb. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BICYCLE BUILT FOR TWO, A See: Daisy Bell

BICYCLE SONG, THE See: Rolleo Rolling Along

BIDIN' MY TIME Also known as: I'm Bidin' My Time

13 Apr. 1970 TV. Med. “Cooling It"

Dean Martin, Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis.

BIG BRASS BAND FROM BRAZIL, THE

3 Mar. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BIG MOVIE SHOW IN THE SKY, THE

23 Dec. 1949 Rec. L 5294-A

The Morganaires, Russ Morgan and his Orchestra

11 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Feb. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Apr. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN Also known as: That Big Rock Candy Mountain

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11734

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

BILL

1976? Rec. Med. Par. Private recording (Quail Hunting in Texas)

Joe Bushkin,  piano

BILL BAILEY, WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME

19 Oct. 1959 TV. “The Frank Sinatra Timex Show”.

Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra and Chorus

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med. C 11736

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

20 Mar. 1961 TV. Frag. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Carol Lawrence, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

13 May 1967 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The King Family, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

BILLY BOY

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12811

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

BING CROSBY FLUFF See: Always

BING SONG, A

10 Jan. 1951 Rad. Par. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Bob Crosby, Bob Hope, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Parodied versions of Tzena Tzena Tzena, June In January, Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year, It's Been A Long Long Time, Coming Through The Rye, Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet

BING'S TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY SONG

27 Dec. 1950 Rad. Par. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Dinah Shore, Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Parodied versions of Rockin' chair, Louise and Small Fry

BIRDS OF A FEATHER

20 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2289-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Apr. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from “Road to Zanzibar”.

BIRTH OF THE BLUES

13 Jan. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Paul Taylor Choristers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Apr.-Jun. 1941 Film "Birth Of the Blues"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

Apr.-Jun. 1941  Film. Rep. "Birth Of the Blues"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

26 May 1941 Rec. DLA 2412-A

26 May 1941 Rec. DLA 2412-B

Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra

13 Sep. 1943 Rad. The AFRS Screen Guild Players' "Birth Of the Blues"

Ginny Simms, Johnny Mercer, Harry James and his Orchestra

4 Sep. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and Chorus

See also: Medley from "Birth Of the Blues"

18 Jan. 1951 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' "Birth Of the Blues"

Dinah Shore, Phil Harris, Orchestra conducted by Basil Athlam

14 Dec. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Piano accompaniment

28 Nov. 1975 TV. Med. “The Mike Douglas Show”.

Kathryn Crosby, Mike Douglas, Bob Moonan; piano

BLACK BALL FERRY LINE

1 Feb. 1951 Rec. L 6030-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

BLACK BOTTOM

16 Apr. 1942 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”.

BLACK MOONLIGHT

27 Aug. 1933 Rec. LA 4-A

27 Aug. 1933 Rec. LA 4-B

Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra

3 May 1954 Rec. MG 3671

Buddy Cole & His Trio

BLACKSMITH BLUES, THE

16 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLAH, BLAH, BLAH

Jan. 1931 Film Delicious

George Gershwin (piano). Demo recording

BLAME IT ON MY YOUTH

5 Feb. 1935 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

19 Mar. 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

10 Nov. 1948 Rad. Med. “Philco Radio Time”.

Oscar Levant; piano

BLESS 'EM ALL

25 May 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1944 Rec. V-Disc test

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra & Chorus

Taken from “Kraft Music Hall” of 25 May 1944 but never issued and only exists as a test pressing

15 Jun. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Jun. 1944 Rad. “G. I. Journal” # 48

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Jul. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLESS YOUR HEART

11 Dec. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

BLESSING OF SAINT FRANCIS

4 Nov. 1954 Rec. S 2047

The Padre Choristers, Orchestra conducted by Richard D. Aurandt

BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY

13 Jan. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLOW, GABRIEL BLOW

Mar.-Jun. 1955 Film "Anything Goes"

Donald O'Connor, Mitzi Gaynor, Zizi Jeanmaire, Joseph J. Lilley and his Orchestra

1 Jun. 1955 Rec. L 9027

Donald O'Connor, Mitzi Gaynor, Zizi Jeanmaire, Joseph J. Lilley and his Orchestra

BLOW THE MAN DOWN

31 Mar. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Warren Williams, cast, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11740

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11740

Children’s chorus added

BLOW THE SMOKE AWAY

2 Nov. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLUE (AND BROKEN-HEARTED)

16 Apr. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

16 Jan. 1946 Rec. W 73278-A

Eddie Condon and his Orchestra

BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11735

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

BLUE DANUBE See: Philco sung commercial (23 Feb. 1949)

BLUE ECHOES

27 Feb. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Mar. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Apr. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLUE FANTASIE, A See: Metropolis Part 3

BLUE HAWAII

See also: "The Crosby Medley"

Dec. 1936-Feb. 1937 Film "Waikiki Wedding"

Hawaiian Chorus, Orchestra directed by Boris Morros

Dec. 1936-Feb. 1937 Film "Waikiki Wedding"

Shirley Ross, Orchestra directed by Boris Morros

18 Feb. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

23 Feb. 1937 Rec. DLA 723-A

23 Feb. 1937 Rec. DLA 723-B

Lani McIntire and his Hawaiians

18 Mar. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

15 Apr. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

26 Jul. 1944 Rad. “Mail Call” # 102

Connie Haines, the AFRS Orchestra

7 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Waikiki Wedding"

1944/1945 Rec. V-Disc Army 525-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra introduced by Bing

Taken from the “Kraft Music Hall” show 7 Dec. 1944

12 Nov. 1947 Rad. Par. See: Philco sung commercial

11 May 1949 Rad. Med. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, Alec Templeton; piano

3 May 1954 Rec. MG 3673

Buddy Cole & His Trio

5 Oct. 1960 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

9 Aug. 1974 TV. Med.Bing Crosby and his Friends

Sandy Duncan, Orchestra

16 Dec. 1974 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

22 Dec. 1975 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun. 1976- 4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

BLUE KENTUCKY MOON

3 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

25 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

BLUE MOON

22 Jan. 1935 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

5 Feb. 1935 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

26 Mar 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

1959 Film “Say One for Me” (not used in film)

           Buddy Cole; piano

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12805

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

BLUE OF THE NIGHT See: Where The Blue Of The Night

BLUE ORCHIDS

19 Oct. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Nov. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLUE PRELUDE

13 Jun. 1933 Rec. B 791-A

13 Jun. 1933 Rec. B 791-B

Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra

            25 Jul. 1933 Rad. California Melodies

Orchestra

BLUE ROOM, THE

11 Jun. 1956 Rec. BR 20155-11

11 Jun. 1956 Rec. BR 20155-?

Buddy Bregman and his Orchestra

Rec. Par. Bing sings for St. John's Hospital Fund

Piano accompaniment

7 Jan. 1971 TV. “The Flip Wilson Show”.

George Wyle Orchestra

BLUE SHADOWS AND WHITE GARDENIAS

26 Jan. 1942 Rec. DLA 2847-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

BLUE SHADOWS ON THE TRAIL

11 Dec. 1947 Rec. L 4645-A

The Ken Darby Choir, Victor Young and his Orchestra

14 Apr. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jun. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Skylarks, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLUE SKIES

See also: "The Crosby Medley"

18 May 1944 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film "Blue Skies"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

18 Jul. 1946 Rec. L 4230-A

Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Oct. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Les Paul; guitar

4 Dec. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jimmy Durante, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Sep. 1948 Con. Acc. Sunset Memorial Recreation Center

21 Sep. 1952 Con. "Sunday with the Stars", Stoll Theatre, London

            Pat Dodd; piano

Sep.-Nov. 1953 Film "White Christmas"

Danny Kaye, Orchestra conducted by Joseph J. Lilley

9 Sep. 1954 Rec. W 86772

Danny Kaye, Joseph J. Lilley and his Orchestra

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

18-1 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

BLUE STAR (The Medic Theme)

26 Aug. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

23 Jan. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 236

BLUEBERRY HILL

25 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Louis Armstrong, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Louis Armstrong, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21-22 Jun. 1962 Rec. Med.Vocal recorded over previously recorded orchestra.

Orchestra and chorus led by Ivor Raymond. Recording made 16-19 Mar. 1962

10 Feb. 1971 TV. Frost over America

Louis Armstrong, Orchestra

BLUEBIRD SINGING IN MY HEART, A Also known as: The La, La, La Song

31 Dec. 1947 Rec. L 4797-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

12 Jan. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Feb. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Apr. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLUES, THE

10 Jul. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, Wingy Manone, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BLUES IN MY HEART

9 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

BLUES IN THE NIGHT

See also: African Safari

27 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Jan. 1942 Rec. DLA 2857-A

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 May 1942 Con. Chicago Stadium (Hollywood Victory Caravan)

            Orchestra led by Alfred Newman

7 May 1942 Con. Municipal Auditorium St. Louis (Hollywood Victory Caravan)

            Orchestra led by Alfred Newman

9 May 1942 Con. Auditorium St. Paul (Hollywood Victory Caravan)

            Orchestra led by Alfred Newman

9 May 1942 Con. Minneapolis (Hollywood Victory Caravan)

            Orchestra led by Alfred Newman

10 May 1942 Con. Des Moines (Hollywood Victory Caravan)

            Orchestra led by Alfred Newman

11 May 1942 Con. Dallas (Hollywood Victory Caravan)

            Orchestra led by Alfred Newman

12 May 1942 Con. Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, Texas (Hollywood Victory Caravan)

            Orchestra led by Alfred Newman

13 Oct. 1942 Rad. Med.a. cap. “Command Performance” # 36

Dinah Shore

1 Apr. 1943 Rad. Med.a. cap “Command Performance” # 60

Dinah Shore

18 Dec. 1943 Rad. Med. “Command Performance” # 97

Dinah Shore, The 370th Army Air Force Band conducted by M/Sgt. Skinnay Ennis

17 Apr. 1956 Rec. L 9151

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Jack Pleis and his Orchestra

BLUES MY NAUGHTY SWEETIE GIVES TO ME

26 Jan. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Feb. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Mar. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Jan. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

The Firehouse Five plus Two conducted by Ward Kimball

BLUES SERENADE, A

8 Jul. 1938 Rec. DLA 1311-A

8 Jul. 1938 Rec. DLA 1311 (rejected)

Matty Malneck and his Orchestra

BOB WHITE (WHATCHA GONNA SWING TONIGHT?)

25 Sep. 1937 Rec. DLA 972-A

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Oct. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Nov. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Dec. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Jan. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Feb. 1960 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Orchestra directed by Vic Schoen

26 Jan. 1976 Rad. a cap. Sounds natural

BOISE, IDAHO

25 Feb. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Ethel Merman, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BOLD FISHERMAN

13 Feb. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Feb. 1952 Rad. Rep. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Mar. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BOLERO See: All My Love

BOMBARDIER SONG, THE

28 May 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchesta

1 Jun. 1942 Rec. DLA 3012-A

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Jun. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Mar. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Lee, Band's Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Jul. 1944 Rad. “G. I. Journal” # 53

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BON VIVANT

20 Feb. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

20 Feb. 1975 Rec. Remix Aug. 1987

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

BONGO BONGO BONGO See: Civilization

BONNE NUIT

Dec. 1950-Feb. 1951 Film "Here Comes the Groom"

Orchestra directed by Joseph J. Lilley

20 Jun. 1951 Rec. L 6320-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Jun. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Oct. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BOO-BOO-BOO

Jul.-Aug. 1933 Film “Too Much Harmony”.

Jack Oakie, Chorus, Orchestra

BOO-HOO!

1 Apr. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

15 Apr. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

BOOGIE WOOGIE See: Pinetop's Boogie Woogie

BORN TO BE WITH YOU

22 Aug. 1956 Rec. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in following shows:

2 Nov. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 178

11 Apr. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 291

16 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 449

30 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 502

23 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 583

BORRACHITA, LA

22 Jan. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Lina Romay, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Mar. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

8 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 100

17 Jun. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 149

4 Oct. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 156

5 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 526

15 Sep. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

BOTH SIDES NOW Also known as: From Both Sides Now

25 Nov. 1968 Rec. ANA 5

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jimmy Bowen

5 Apr. 1969 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

BOTTOMS UP

14 Jan. 1930 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

BOUND FOR THE PROMISED LAND

24 Jul. 1959 Rec. K2PB 5775

Rosemary Clooney, Chorus, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra

BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS, THE

16 Apr. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra

BOUQUET OF ROSES

29 Oct. 1963 Rec. 50800

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Bill Justis

BOWERY, THE

See also: African Safari

17 Dec. 1959 Rec. Med.B 11268

Jack Halloran and his Orchestra and Chorus

BOY AT A WINDOW

24 Apr. 1957 Rec.

Arthur Norman and his Orchestra and Choir

BOY IN KHAKI, A GIRL IN LACE, A

12 Jun. 1942 Rec. L 3033-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Jun. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BRAHMS’ LULLABY Also known as: Lullaby (Brahms) and Cradle Song

23 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Feb. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Apr. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 May 1941 Rec. DLA 2399-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Mar. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Dec. 1944 Rad. a cap. “Command Performance” # 155

15 Apr. 1945 Rad. Tribute to FDR

Ethel Smith (organ)

19 Mar. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Danny Kaye, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Mar. 1950 Rad. a cap. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

16 Jun. 1954 Rec. MG 3675

Buddy Cole & His Trio

BRAZIL

21 Jan. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Jul. 1958 Rec. J2PB 1313-6

Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra conducted by Billy May

BREAKAWAY, THE

3 Sep. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

BREEZE (THAT'S BRINGING MY HONEY BACK TO ME), the Also known as: It's The Breeze

5 Feb. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Kay Starr, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BREEZE AND I, THE Also known as: Andalucia

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-98

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-98 alternate mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

2 Dec. 1965 Rec. LW(S) 222

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

23 Jun. 1975 Rec. Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

BREEZIN' ALONG WITH THE BREEZE

8 Mar. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

8 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 172

6 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 194

1 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 2

6 Jul. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 93

7 Apr. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 289

24 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 387

11 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 423

7 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 528

31 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 589

13 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 620

13 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 641

13 Apr. 1970 TV. Med. “Cooling It"

Dean Martin, Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis.

13 Apr. 1970 TV. Rep.  "Cooling It"

Dean Martin, Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis.

25 Feb. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

30 Aug. 1975 TV. "Parkinson!"

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER

23 Jan. 1971 TV. The Pearl Bailey show

Louis Bellson Orchestra

BRIGHT EYES

17 Oct. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Nov. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BROADWAY MELODY

30 Jul. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

3 Sep. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

BROKEN-HEARTED

16-Dec. 1927 Con. Loew’s Penn Theatre, Cleveland

                        Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

BROTHER BILL

28 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-103

Louis Armstrong, Billy May and his Orchestra

BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A DIME?

25 Oct. 1932 Rec. B 12502-A

25 Oct. 1932 Rec. B 12502-B

25 Oct. 1932 Rec. B 12502-C

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

25 Nov. 1932- 1 Dec. 1932 Con. Carman Theatre, Philadelphia

Eddie Lang; guitar, Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

11 Jan. 1933 Rad. “Music That Satisfies”.

Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

18 Feb. 1933 Rad. “Music That Satisfies”.

Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

31 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

BUCKIN' THE WIND

Jul. 1933 Film “Too Much Harmony”.

Judith Allen, Paramount Recording Orchestra conducted by Nat Finston.

BUCKLE DOWN, WINSOCKI (see also YOU’RE THE GEM STATE WONDER, IDAHO)

18 Oct. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Rosemary Clooney, Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BUCKSKIN JOE

24 Jul. 1959 Rec. K2PB5804

Bob Thompson and his Orchestra

BUFFALO GALS

23 Jul. 1959 Rec. K2PB5785

Rosemary Clooney, Chorus, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra

BUILDING A NEST FOR MARY

23 Apr. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

21 May 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

25 Jun. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

6 Aug. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

BULLDOGS OF GONZAGA

24 Nov. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Gonzaga Glee Club, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BUNDLE OF OLD LOVE LETTERS, A

18 Oct. 1929 Rec. W 149158-3

18 Oct. 1929 Rec. W 149158-?

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

BUSHEL AND A PECK, A

13 Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Peggy Lee, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Dec. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Dinah Shore, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BUSY DOIN' NOTHING Also known as: We're Busy Doin' Nothing

See also: A Pair Of Loafers

Oct.-Dec. 1947 Film "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"

Cedric Hardwicke, William Bendix, Orchestra conducted by Victor Young

27 Dec. 1947 Rec. L 4746-A

William Bendix, Cedric Hardwicke, Victor Young and his Orchestra

9 Mar. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Mar. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Dec. 1976 TV. Frag. “Bing Crosby’s White Christmas”.

Jackie Gleason, Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight

BUT BEAUTIFUL

Jan.-Mar. 1947 Film "Road to Rio"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

13 Nov. 1947 Rec. L 4556-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

31 Dec. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1948 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Red Cross Show”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Jan. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jan. 1948 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Lou Bring and his Orchestra

4 Feb. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Mar. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Mar. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Mar. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1948 Rad. Guest Star #56.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Mar. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 May 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Aug. 1961 TV. Med. A Big Night Out with Peggy Lee

Bob Sharples Orchestra

14 May 1962 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

David Rose and his Orchestra

26 Nov. 1966 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Dorothy Lamour, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

14 Mar. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

7 Oct. 1971 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Orchestra directed by Les Brown

16 Mar. 1972 TV. Med. “The Flip Wilson Show”.

Flip Wilson, the George Wyle Orchestra

BUT NOT FOR ME

9 Jul. 1942 Rec. L 3088-A

9 Jul. 1942 Rec. L 3088-B

Captain Eddie Dunstedter and his West Coast Army Air Force Training Center Orchestra

18 Nov. 1954 Rec. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following show:

22 Nov. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 1

BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT

23 Apr. 1929 Rad. Med. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

29 Oct. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

19 Mar. 1942 Rad. a cap. Frag. “Kraft Music Hall”.

22 Aug. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

23 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 89

26 Dec. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 216

19 Jun. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 342

9 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 421

10 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 445

30 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 502

12 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 531

9 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 551

29 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 587

3 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 656

Rec. Med. Par. Bing sings for St. John's Hospital Fund

Piano accompaniment

BUTTONS AND BOWS

17 Nov. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Dec. 1948 Rad. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet

Piano accompaniment

7 Dec. 1948 Rad. Par. The Bob Hope Show

Bob Hope, Les Brown and his Orchestra

1 Jun. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Feb. 1968 TV. Med. “The Bob Hope Show”.

Les Brown and his Band of Renown

10 Nov. 1969 TV. Med. “The Carol Burnett Show”.

Orchestra directed by Harry Zimmermann

16 Feb. 1970 TV. Med. “The Bob Hope Chrysler Special”.

Les Brown and his Band of Renown

21 Apr. 1976 TV. Med. “The Bob Hope Special”.

Bob Hope, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

BUY, BUY BONDS

Feb. 1945 Film All-Star Bond Rally

Harry James Orchestra

 Feb. 1945 Rec. S 1771 Columbia shellac limited release to radio and theatres

           Harry James Orchestra

BY A WATERFALL

15 Jun. 1939 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON

12 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

25 Mar. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

Apr.-Jun. 1941 Film "Birth Of the Blues"

Orchestra directed by Robert Emmett Dolan

9 Jul. 1942 Rec. L 3087-A

Captain Eddie Dunstedter and his West Coast Army Air Force Training Center Orchestra

8 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Apr. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, James Sherman, piano

14 Oct. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1944 Rec. V-Disc Army 166-A Navy 109-A

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, James Sherman, piano

Taken from “Kraft Music Hall”of 15 Apr. 1943

11 May 1945 Rad.  “G. I. Journal” # 94

 Andy Devine, Cast & Audience, piano accompaniment

25 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bob Hope Show”.

Bob Hope, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX

23 Oct. 1968 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Special”.

The Supremes, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres.

BY THE WATERS OF THE MINNETONKA

Jun. 1944 Film Made for Army Signal Corps Title ??Corps. Title??

Community sing, with male chorus, piano and Hammond organ, led by Bing.

1945 Rec. Med.V-Disc : Sing along with the stars Part 2

Community sing, with male chorus, piano and Hammond organ, led by Bing.

Taken from Army Signal Corps film for issue as a V-Disc but never issued as such.

Subsequently issued as Sing-Along record matrix VP1255-B42371.

BYE BYE BABY

4 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Feb. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Al Jolson, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

BYE BYE BLACKBIRD

11 May 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Cliff Edwards, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Mar. 1965 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Phil Harris, Piano accompaniment

BYE BYE BLUES

23 May 1948 Rad. The Fred Allen show

Cast, Al Goodman and his Orchestra

5 Mar. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Mar. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 May 1954 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Buddy Cole; piano

29 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-106

Louis Armstrong, Billy May and his Orchestra

23 Jan. 1971 TV. Med. The Pearl Bailey show

Pearl Bailey, Louis Bellson Orchestra

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C'EST MAGNIFIQUE

22 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-93

22 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-93 alternate mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

C'EST SI BON

25 Oct. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jane Morgan, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Oct. 1960 Rec. A: Rehearsal,

B: Take 1,

C: Fluff,

D: Take 2

Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra

8 May 1961 Rec. L 12775

Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra

C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S

14 Dec. 1971 TV. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Mary Costa, Robert Goulet, Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

C. O. D. Also known as: Just Keep The Love And Kisses

11 Oct. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

C-O-N-S-T-A-N-T-I-N-O-P-L-E Also known as: Constantinople

17 May 1928 Rec. W 146291-2

17 May 1928 Rec. W 146291-3

Al Rinker, Harry Barris, Charles Gaylord, Jack Fulton, Austin Young, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Perry Como, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

C-U-B-A Also known as: Cuba and: I'll See You In Cuba

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film "Blue Skies"

Olga San Juan, Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

24 Jul. 1946 Rec. L 4247-A

24 Jul. 1946 Rec. L 4247-C

Trudy Erwin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CA-BEANS, CA-BBAGES AND CA-RROTS

18 Nov. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Alan Mowbray, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CABARET

31 Dec. 1966 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

24 Feb. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

CABIN IN THE COTTON

25 May 1932 Rec. JC 8635-1

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

CAISSONS GO ROLLING ALONG, THE See: The US Field Artillery Mar.

CALCUTTA

7 Aug. 1958 Rec. J2PB 1320-8

Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra conducted by Billy May

CALIFORNIA

26 Jan. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Abe Burrows, Peggy Lee, Accordion and Rhythm accompaniment

CALIFORNIA DRINKING SONG (also known as "They Had To Carry Carrie To The Ferry")

2 Mar. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Ukelele accompaniment

5 Jul. 1962 Rad. Frag. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 614

Buddy Cole & His Trio

9 Oct. 1967 TV. Frag. The Demon Under The Bed

Unknown accompaniment

CALIFORNIA MOON

6 Jun. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

George Jessel, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CALINDA, THE

19 Aug. 1927 Rec. A39575-2

Charles Gaylord, Jack Fulton, Austin Young, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

CALL ME DARLING

24 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

8 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

15 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

3 Dec. 1976 TV. Med. “Joe Franklin's TV show”

Unknown accompanimentCall Me Tonight

CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE

10 Nov. 1969 TV. Med. “The Carol Burnett Show”.

Orchestra directed by Harry Zimmermann

CALL ME TONIGHT

Oct.-Dec. 1951 Film "Just For You"

Orchestra directed by Emil Newman

CALL ME UP SOME RAINY AFTERNOON

28 Apr. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Feb. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 May 1968 TV. “The Ed Sullivan Show”.

Harry James Orchestra

CALL OF THE LONE WHIPPERWILL, THE Also known as: The Call Of The Lone Whip-Poor-Will

23 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

The Bell Sisters, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CALL OF THE LONE WHIP-POOR-WILL, THE See: The Call Of The Lone Whipperwill

CALL OF THE SOUTH

31 Dec. 1953 Rec. L 7510-1

Gary Crosby, Matty Matlock's All Stars

Including: Swanee River

24 Jan. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Including: Swanee River

CALLING ALL HEARTS”.

Rec. Fund raiser for St. John's Hospital

Orchestra

CAMARADERIE See: We've Got Camaraderie

CAMP KAREFREE

14 May 1962 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Gary Crosby, Edie Adams & Bob Hope, David Rose and his Orchestra

CAMPAIGN SONG, THE Also known as: Come On Out

8 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jimmy Durante, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CAMPBELLS ARE COMING, THE

28 Sep. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Cast, Piano accompaniment

CAMPTOWN RACES See: De Camptown Races

CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN? (NO! NO! NO!)

28 Feb. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CAN I FORGET YOU?

20 Sep. 1937 Rec. DLA 939-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Oct. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Nov. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CANOE-DLE-OODLE ALONG

21 May 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

11 Jun. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

CAN'T BUY ME LOVE Also known as: Money Can't Buy Me Love

11 Oct. 1969 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Gwen Verdon, Engelbert Humperdinck, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

CAN'T GET INDIANA OFF MY MIND

15 Apr. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

1 Dec. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Dec. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Jul. 1940 Rec. DLA 2045-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CAN'T HELP LOVIN' THAT MAN See: Showboat Selection

CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS?

27 Sep. 1929 Rec. W 149066-3

Charlie Margulis; trumpet, Chester Hazlett; clt; Matty Matlock; violin, Roy Bargy; piano

23 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

25 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

10 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

CAN'T WE TALK IT OVER?

21 Dec. 1931 Rec. E 37474-A

Helen Crawford; organ

28 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

16 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

23 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

1 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

16 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

26 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

19 Oct. 1964 TV. Frag. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Piano accompaniment

CAN'T YOU SEE?

4 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

CAN’T YOU UNDERSTAND

25 Feb. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

CAN'TCHA TELL?

8 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Jul. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Jul. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CANDLELIGHT AND WINE

13 Jan. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Jan. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Feb. 1944 Rad. “Command Performance” # 104

John Scott Trotter (piano)

CANDY

26 Apr. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 May 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Mar. 1961 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

CANDY AND CAKE

29 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Apr. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Arthur Godfrey, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Apr. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Apr. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Beatrice Lillie, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 May 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Arthur Godfrey, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CANOODLE OODLE ALONG

21 May 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

11 Jun. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

CAPTAIN CUSTARD

Oct.-Dec. 1939 Film "Road to Singapore"

Bob Hope, Orchestra directed by Victor Young

CARA MIA See: My Dear

CARELESS

22 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Mar. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CARELESS HANDS

22 Mar. 1949 Rec. L 4940-A

The Ken Darby Singers, Orchestra directed by Perry Botkin

18 May 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CARELESS LOVE

20 Nov. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Burl Ives, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11738

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

CARELESSLY

6 May 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

20 May 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

CARIOCA

12 Mar. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

            Carol Lofner’s Beverly Wilshire Orchestra

CAROLINA IN THE MORNING

9 Sep. 1943 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Leo 'Ukie' Sherin, Phil Silvers

6 Jan. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

William Frawley, Trudy Erwin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Mar. 1947 Rad. Par. Jack Benny “Lucky Strike Radio Show”.

Dick Haymes, Dennis Day, Andy Russell, Phil Harris and his Orchestra

15 Jan. 1948 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Al Jolson, Oscar Levant; piano

4 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Jun. 1952 TV. Frag. Olympic Fund telethon

8 Mar. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

7 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 146

20 Sep. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 147

4 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 418

4 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 461

2 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 505

18 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 580

27 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 608

24 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 650

30 Oct. 1966 TV. Med. The Andy Williams show

Andy Williams, Kate Smith, Allyn Ferguson Orchestra

19 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

9 Mar. 1969 TV. Par. Acc. ‘The American Sportsman’

23 Jan. 1971 TV. Med. The Pearl Bailey show

Pearl Bailey, Louis Bellson Orchestra

16 Jan. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

CARRY ME BACK TO OLD VIRGINNY

See also: Apalachicola, Fla. and Southern Medley

12 May 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Mar. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Oct. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole; organ

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11748

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

CASE OF SANTA CLAUS, THE

15 Dec. 1974 TV. "Christmas with the Crosbys"

Cast, Orchestra directed by Peter Matz

CASEY JONES

10 Jun. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11746

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

CATALOG DAY

7 Apr. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, Fred Astaire, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CATCH A FALLING STAR

3 Apr. 1958 Rec. Rec date. Recording session, Palm Springs

Chorus, Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

16 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 201

25 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 208

25 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 256

9 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 268

22 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 278

9 Jun. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 74

24 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 387

8 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 443

29 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 501

19 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 536

19 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 602

CECILIA

16 May 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jul. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Aug. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12806

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

CELA M'EST EGAL

Sep. 1952-Feb. 1953 Film "Little Boy Lost"

Orchestra

12 Mar. 1953 Rec. L 7082-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Lindsay Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jul. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Lindsay Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CHAMBRE SEPAREE See: The Kiss In Your Eyes

CHANCES ARE

1957 Rec. Rec date. Recording for radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

15 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 58

30 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 70

14 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 81

29 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 93

19 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 110

16 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 131

24 Oct. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 171

8 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 509

20 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 625

14 Feb. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 1957 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

CHANGE PARTNERS

17 Jul. 1975 Rec. Take unidentified

17 Jul. 1975 Rec. Take 1

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

CHANGES

23 Nov. 1927 Rec. A 40937-2

23 Nov. 1927 Rec. A 40937-3

Al Rinker, Harry Barris, Charles Gaylord, Jack Fulton, Austin Young, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

CHANGING PARTNERS

14 Nov. 1953 Rec. L 7462-A

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Perry Botkin and his Orchestra

22 Nov. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Jan. 1954 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Feb. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Feb. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CHAPEL IN THE VALLEY

30 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2312-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

CHARMAINE

17 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

20 Feb. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO

6 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 May 1966 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

CHATTANOOGIE SHOE SHINE BOY

3 Jan. 1950 Rec. L 5305-A

Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

25 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Joe Venuti; violin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Joe Venuti; violin, John Scott Trotter and hisOrchestra

CHEE CHEE-OO-CHEE See: The Little Bird

CHEEK TO CHEEK

Jul.-Sep. 1945 film "Blue Skies"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

Deleted from Film

7 Apr. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Jun. 1956 Rec. BR 20164-5

Buddy Bregman and his Orchestra

12 Jun. 1956 Rec. BR 20164-?

Buddy Bregman and his Orchestra

23 Aug. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

24 Aug. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 128

23 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 386

15 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 514

28 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 609

27 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 651

19 Oct. 1959 TV. “The Frank Sinatra Timex Show”.

Dean Martin, Mitzi Gaynor, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1962 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Clairol”.

Mary Martin, Andre Previn and his Orchestra

CHEESECAKE See: (My Girl Loves) Cheesecake

CHERRY PINK AND APPLE BLOSSOM WHITE

6 Apr. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

25 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show”. #111

4 May 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show”. #118

16 May 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show”. #126

3 Jun. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show”. #139

15 Jun. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show”. #147

6 Jul. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show”. #163

3 Aug. 1955 Rad.”. The Bing Crosby Show”. #169

14 Sep. 1955 Rad.”. The Bing Crosby Show”. #178

29 Aug. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 131

27 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 456

27 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 565

CHESTERFIELD SUNG COMMERCIAL

26 Jul. 1949 Rad. “Supper Club”.

Chorus, Robert Emmett Dolan and his Orchestra

21 Sep. 1949 – 27 Jun. 1951

All the following “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield” programmes contained a version of this advertising jingle, always with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra and Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires plus occasional guest participants as shown:

21 Sep. 1949, 28 Sep. 1949, 5 Oct. 1949, 12 Oct. 1949 Peggy Lee, 19 Oct. 1949,

26 Oct. 1949, 23 Nov. 1949, 30 Nov. 1949, 14 Dec. 1949 Ken Carpenter,

28 Dec. 1949, 4 Jan. 1950, 11 Jan. 1950 Ken Carpenter, 18 Jan. 1950, 1 Feb. 1950,

8 Feb. 1950, 15 Feb. 1950, 22 Feb. 1950, 8 Mar. 1950, 15 Mar. 1950, 22 Mar. 1950,

29 Mar. 1950, 5 Apr. 1950 Perry Como, Arthur Godfrey, 12 Apr. 1950, 19 Apr. 1950,

26 Apr. 1950, 3 May 1950, 10 May 1950, 24 May 1950, 6 Dec. 1950, 13 Dec. 1950,

20 Dec. 1950, 27 Dec. 1950, 3 Jan. 1951, 10 Jan. 1951, 17 Jan. 1951, 24 Jan. 1951,

31 Jan. 1951, 31 Jan. 1951 Bob Hope, 7 Feb. 1951, 14 Feb. 1951, 21 Feb. 1951, 28 Feb. 1951,

7 Mar. 1951, 14 Mar. 1951, 21 Mar. 1951, 28 Mar. 1951, 28 Mar. 1951 Judy Garland,

4 Apr. 1951, 11 Apr. 1951, 11 Apr. 1951 Marilyn Maxwell, 18 Apr. 1951, 25 Apr. 1951,

2 May 1951, 9 May 1951, 16 May 1951, 23 May 1951, 30 May 1951, 6 Jun. 1951,

13 Jun. 1951, 20 Jun. 1951, 27 Jun. 1951

19 Oct. 1951 Rad. "The Martin and Lewis Show"

Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Orchestra conducted by Dick Spanier(?)

25 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bob Hope Show”.

Bob Hope, Chorus, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

CHI-BABA, CHI-BABA Also known as: My Bambino Go To Sleep

1 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CHICAGO

23 Aug. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

14 Mar. 1957 Rec. L 9944 Mastering date from radio recording of 23 Aug. 1956

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

2 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 262

20 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 277

1 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 25

31 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 392

6 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 527

21 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 581

8 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 638

CHICAGO STYLE

Apr.-Jul. 1952 Film "Road To Bali"

Bob Hope, Orchestra directed by Joseph J. Lilley

23 Jun. 1952 Rec. L 6820-A

Bob Hope, Joe Lilley and his Orchestra

1 Jan. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Ella Fitzgerald, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jan. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Rosemary Clooney, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Feb. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Joanne Gilbert, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Apr. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Rosemary Clooney, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CHIDABEE, CHIDABEE, CHIDABEE (YAH! YAH! YAH!) Also known as: Ci Ri Bi

5 Nov. 1947 Rad. The Jimmy Durante show

Jimmy Durante, Roy Bargy and his Orchestra

4 Feb. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jimmy Durante, Dick Haymes, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CHILDREN

19 Jan. 1976 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

1 Dec. 1976 TV. “Bing Crosby’s White Christmas”.

Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight

CHIM CHIM CHEREE

12 Feb. 1968 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Bugs Bower

CHINATOWN, MY CHINATOWN

22 Aug. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

14 Mar. 1957 Rec. L 9941 Mastering date from radio recording of 22 Aug. 1956

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

30 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 23

3 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 264

12 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 271

30 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 23

19 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 37

12 Oct. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 424

4 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 461

16 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 556

31 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 632

6 Oct. 1964 TV. “The Bell Telephone Hour”.

Buddy Cole & His Trio

CHINNIN’ AND CHATTIN’ WITH MARY

1 Apr. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

CHIQUITA BANANA

20 Mar. 1961 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG

5 Apr. 1969 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Chorus, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

CHLOE

25 Nov. 1967 TV. Med. “The Jackie Gleason Show”.

Jackie Gleason and his Orchestra

CHRISTMAS ALPHABET

14 Dec. 1971 TV. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Robert Goulet, Mary Costa, Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

CHRISTMAS AND FAIRY SONGS MEDLEY

20 Dec. 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Crosby Family, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

No further details known

CHRISTMAS CANDLES

19 Jun. 1964 Rec. 2460

Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians

21 Dec. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Piano accompaniment

CHRISTMAS CAROLS, PART 1

31 May 1949 Rec. Med.W 74948-A

Choir, Simon Rady and his Orchestra

= Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly, Away In A Manger And I Saw Three Ships

CHRISTMAS CAROLS, PART 2

31 May 1949 Rec. Med.W 74949-A

Choir, Simon Rady and his Orchestra

= Good King Wenceslas, We Three Kings Of Orient Are And Angels We Have Heard On High

CHRISTMAS CHEER

10 Dec. 1972 TV. “Christmas with the Bing Crosbys”.

The Crosby Family, Allyn Ferguson Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

CHRISTMAS DAWN IN HARLEM

25 Dec. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

CHRISTMAS DINNER COUNTRY STYLE

21 Oct. 1963 Rec. F 50737-1

Loulie Jean Norman, Ralph Carmichael and his Orchestra and Chorus

CHRISTMAS IN KILLARNEY

1 Oct. 1951 Rec. L 6462-A

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CHRISTMAS IN SUN VALLEY

9 Dec. 1973 TV. “Bing Crosby’s Sun Valley Christmas Show”.

The Crosby Family, John Byner, Connie Stevens, Michael Landon, Orchestra directed by Peter Matz

CHRISTMAS IS

7-8 Sep. 1971 Rec. DL 181

Jack Halloran and the Voices of Christmas, Orchestra conducted by Les Brown

CHRISTMAS IS A-COMIN'

22 Nov. 1955 Rec. L 8805-1

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Buddy Cole and his Orchestra

21 Dec. 1968 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Crosby Family, John Byner, the Lennon Sisters, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

1 Dec. 1976 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby’s White Christmas”.

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight

CHRISTMAS IS A HAPPY TIME

13 Dec. 1973 Con. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

CHRISTMAS IS FOR CHILDREN

16 Dec. 1970 TV. Bing Crosby's Christmas Show

Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis

CHRISTMAS IS HERE TO STAY

16 Dec. 1970 TV. Bing Crosby's Christmas Show

Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis

7-8 Sep. 1971 Rec. DL 186

Jack Halloran and the Voices of Christmas, Orchestra conducted by Les Brown

CHRISTMAS ISLAND

14 Dec. 1971 TV. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

CHRISTMAS MEDLEY

24 Dec. 1966 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Kate Smith, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

= The Way To Get Ready For Winter, Jingle Bells, Sleigh Ride, Winter Wonderland

CHRISTMAS SONG, THE

25 Dec. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Skitch Henderson; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1947 Rec. V-Disc Army 796-B

Skitch Henderson; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, introduced by Bing and Ken Carpenter

Taken from “Philco Radio Time” of 25 Dec. 1946

19 Mar. 1947 Rec. L 4376-A

The Ken Darby Singers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Skitch Henderson; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

This is a repeat of “Philco Radio Time” of 25 Dec. 1946

22 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1949 Rad. “Christmas Seals Program”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Buddy Cole; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Dec. 1953 Rad. The Bing Crosby “Christmas Seals Program”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1957 TV. “Happy Holidays with Bing and Frank” (ABC).

Frank Sinatra, Orchestra directed by Nelson Riddle

14 Dec. 1971 TV. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Harry Crosby; guitar

16 Dec. 1971 Con. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Harry Crosby; guitar

16 Dec. 1974 Con. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Harry Crosby; guitar

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

CHRISTMAS STAR

28 Dec. 1972 Rec..

The Old St. Mary's Choir, Robert Emmett Moonan; organ

CHRISTMAS TOAST, A

7-8 Sep. 1971 Rec. DL 182

Jack Halloran and the Voices of Christmas, Orchestra conducted by Les Brown

CHURCH BELLS

1958 Rec date Recording for radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

11 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 198

18 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 204

1 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 215

22 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 230

6 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 242

23 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 255

24 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 280

17 Oct. 1958 Rec. L 11217 Mastering date using radio recording made earlier in the year

22 Dec. 1958 Rad. "Stars for Defense"

1 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 25

15 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 35

25 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 388

1 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 460

20 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 560

29 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 610

31 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 655

28 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 675

CI RI BI See: Chidabee, Chidabee, Chidabee (Yah! Yah! Yah!)

CIAO CIAO BAMBINO

2 Dec. 1964 Rec. 53119

Rosemary Clooney, Billy May and his Orchestra

CIELITO LINDO See: Heavenly night

CINDY

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11739

Orchestra and Chorus directed by Jack Halloran

CIRIBIRIBIN

13 Apr. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Sep. 1939 Rec. DLA 66632-A

The Andrews Sisters, Joe Venuti and his Orchestra

20 Sep. 1939 Rec. DLA 66632-B

The Andrews Sisters, Joe Venuti and his Orchestra

7 Dec. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Dec. 1939 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Dec. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Feb. 1940 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CIVILIZATION Also known as: Bongo Bongo Bongo,

See also: Moving to Elko, Nevada

1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Rehearsal

10 Dec. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Dec. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1948 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Red Cross Show”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Feb. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Feb. 1948 Rad. Par. “Philco Radio Time”.

Robert Taylor, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CLANCY LOWERED THE BOOM

30 Mar. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Dennis Day, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CLASS WILL TELL

27 Apr. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Apr. 1939 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, the Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CLEMENTINE

22 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Jun. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Jun. 1941 Rec. DLA 2437-A

14 Jun. 1941 Rec. DLA 2437-B

14 Jun. 1941 Rec. DLA 2437-C

14 Jun. 1941 Rec. V-Disc Army 337-A = DLA 2437-A

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Jul. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Aug. 1942 Con.  Bureau of Public Relations Show

30 Aug. 1942 used in Rad.  “Command Performance” #30

                        The Music Maids, Kay Kyser and his Orchestra

22 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Burl Ives, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Mar. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Burl Ives, Dinah Shore; vocal and guitar

Including a fragment of Whiffenpoof Song by Bing

CLIMB EV’RY MOUNTAIN

4 Jan. 1964 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Young Americans, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

CLOSE AS PAGES IN A BOOK

3 Mar. 1945 Rec. L 3748 rejected

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1945 Rec. L 3802-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CLOSE TO ME

10 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

31 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

4 Feb. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

CLOUDS

19 Mar. 1935 Rad. Frag. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

26 Mar. 1935 Rad. Frag. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

26 Mar 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

30 Apr. 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

COCK-EYED MAYOR OF KAUNAKAKAI, THE

18 Jul. 1961 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

22 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 385

13 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 425

28 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 457

22 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 496

1 May 1962  Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 567

2 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 611

11 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 662

COCKEYED OPTIMIST, A

28 Sep. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Oct. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 May 1967 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

11 Feb. 1968 Con. 'The Night of the Century', New Madison Square Garden

            Les Brown and his Band of Renown

COCKLES AND MUSSELS SONG See: Molly Malone

COCKTAILS FOR TWO

20 Jun. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

8 Aug. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 172

19 May 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 59

2 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 439

14 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 533

24 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 584

12 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 663

COLLEGE HUMOR MEDLEY

Apr.-May 1933 Film.  Med. “College Humor"

Orchestra

= Just An Echo In The Valley, Learn To Croon, Please, I Surrender, Dear And Just One More Chance

COLLEGIATE

15 Nov. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Oct. 1957 TV. Med. “The Edsel Show”.

Frank Sinatra, Chorus, Orchestra directed by Toots Camarata

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Perry Como, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

COLLEGIATE LOVE

11 Feb. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

COLLEGIATE SAM

19 Nov. 1929 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

COLUMBIA THE GEM OF THE OCEAN (Also known as The RED, WHITE AND BLUE)

13 Oct. 1957 TV. Med. “The Edsel Show”.

Frank Sinatra, Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra directed by Toots Camarata

COME A' RUNNING

16 Sep.  1963 TV ‘'Come A' Running”

The date of airing of a pilot for a TV series that never was.  Bing is reported to be heard over the titles singing the theme song. 

COME BACK TO ERIN

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11742

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

14 Mar. 1967 TV. "A Little Bit Of Irish"

The Radio Eireann Light Orchestra

COME ON-A MY HOUSE

10 Oct. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

COME ON OUT See: The Campaign Song

COME RAIN OR COME SHINE

14 Mar. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

22 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 40

27 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 478

23 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 520

9 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 573

11 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 662

21 May 1966 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

29 Jan. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 14 Mar. 1956 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

COME SHARE THE WINE

5 Nov. 1976 Rec. Compilation of take 1 and 2

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

COME TO TANZANIA

See also: Shortnin' Bread (18 Apr. 1976)

9 Mar. 1969 TV. Par. "The American Sportsman"

Phil Harris, Unknown accompaniment

18 Apr. 1976 TV. Par. "The American Sportsman"

Phil Harris, Unknown accompaniment

COME TO THE MARDI GRAS

22 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Dec. 1964 Rec. 53118

Jay Livingston, Billy May and his Orchestra

Jay Livingston replaces Rosemary Clooney at a Rehearsal

2 Dec. 1964 Rec. 53118

Rosemary Clooney, Billy May and his Orchestra

COME WHAT MAY Also known as: The Gypsy

5 Mar. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

COME WHERE MY LOVE LIES DREAMING

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11743

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

COMEDY TONIGHT

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

T he Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

COMES LOVE

20 Jul. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Pat Friday, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

COMIN' IN ON A WING AND A PRAYER

1 Jul. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jul. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Aug. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Sep. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

            17 Sep 1943 Rad. “G. I. Journal” #10

The Music Maids and Hal, the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

            May 1945 Rad. “Command Performance” VE Day show

                        Ken Darby Singers

COMIN' THROUGH THE RYE

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11735

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

CONCENTRATIN' ON YOU

11 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

CONCHITA, MARQUITA, LOLITA, PEPITA, ROSITA, JUANITA LOPEZ See: Conchita, Marquita Lopez

CONCHITA, MARQUITA LOPEZ Also known as: Conchita, Marquita, Lolita, Pepita, Rosita, Juanita Lopez

10 Jun. 1942 Rec. L 3029-A

Chorus, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

20 Jun. 1942 Rec. L 3029-B

Chorus, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

6 Aug. 1942 Con. Liberty Centre, Tacoma, Washington

            Orchestra

1 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CONFESS

6 Oct. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Judy Garland, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CONFUCIUS SAY

8 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Feb. 1940 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CONGRATULATIONS

11 Feb. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

CONNECTICUT

9 Mar. 1945 Rec. L 3750-A

Judy Garland, Joseph Lilley and his Orchestra

19 Feb. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CONSTANTINOPLE See: C-O-N-S-T-A-N-T-I-N-O-P-L-E

CONSTANTLY

12 Jun. 1942 Rec. L 3035-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Trudy Erwin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CONTENTED

11 Feb. 1932 Rad. “Music That Satisfies”.

Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

COOL WATER

5 Sep. 1952 Rec. L 6871-A

The Andrews Sisters, Matty Matlock and his Orchestra

COOLING IT

1 Apr. 1970 TV. Rep.  "Cooling It"

Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis

COPACABANA

5 Feb. 1951 Rec. L 6040-A

Vocal Quartet, the Bando da Lua

COPPER CANYON

15 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

COQUETTE (BERLIN)

28 Feb. 1929 Rec. W 148013-3

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

26 Mar. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

COQUETTE

30 Nov. 1965 Rec. LW(S) 224

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

CORNBELT SYMPHONY

31 Dec. 1953 Rec. L 7509-1

Gary Crosby, Matty Matlock's All Stars

CORRINE CORRINA

24 Mar. 1936 Rec. Par. DLA 311-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

COULD BE

17 Nov. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Marie Wilson, Johnny Mercer, Ken Carpenter, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Feb. 1939 Rad.  “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Feb. 1939 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Mar. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

COUNT ME IN

21 May 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Virginia Weidler, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS INSTEAD OF SHEEP

Sep.-Nov. 1953 Film "White Christmas"

Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra conducted by Joseph J. Lilley

4 May 1954 Rec. L 7650-1

Joseph J. Lilley and his Orchestra

18 Nov. 1954 Rec date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

29 Nov.1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 6

17 Dec. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 20

4 Jan. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 32

13 Jan. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 39

25 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 90

24 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 19

24 Nov. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 194

23 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 454

9 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 510

4 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 591

20 Mar. 1961 TV Med. Par. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

20 Nov. 1965 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

2 Dec. 1978 Rec. The radio recording of 18 Nov. 1954 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

COUNTRY STYLE

Feb.-Apr. 1946 Film “Welcome Stranger”.

Orchestra

19 Nov. 1946 Rec. L 4329-A

The Calico Kids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1947 Rec. V-Disc Army 780-A

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from “Philco Radio Time” of 7 May 1947

14 Oct. 1948 Rad. Welcome Stranger (Screen Guild Players)

            Orchestra

COUPLE OF SONG AND DANCE MEN, A

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film. "Blue Skies"

Fred Astaire, Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

24 Jul. 1946 Rec. L 4246-A

Fred Astaire, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Feb. 1960 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Perry Como, Elaine Dunn, Sandy Stewart, Orchestra directed by Vic Schoen

20 Nov. 1965 TV. Med.  “Hollywood Palace”.

John Bubbles, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

16 Jul. 1975 Rec.

Fred Astaire, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

16 Jul. 1975 Rec. Remix Aug. 1987

Fred Astaire, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

3 Dec. 1975 TV. Med. “Merry Christmas Fred, from the Crosbys"

Fred Astaire, Orchestra directed by Ian Fraser

5 Apr. 1976 TV. Med. “The Rich Little Show”.

Rich Little, Orchestra

COWBOY LEGEND, A See: Riders In The Sky

CRADLE SONG See: Brahms' Lullaby

CRANKY OLD YANK IN A CLANKY OLD TANK, A

22 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CRAWDAD SONG, THE

15 Feb. 1964 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Rosemary Clooney, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CRAZY ARMS

29 Oct. 1963 Rec. 50798

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Bill Justis

CRAZY RHYTHM

14 Mar. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

7 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 124

27 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 140

2 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 167

30 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 189

8 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 267

14 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 11

6 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 28

24 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 432

24 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 498

26 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 541

7 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 571

26 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 607

7 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 660

30 Jan. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 14 Mar. 1956 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

CRAZY WORDS, CRAZY TUNE (Vo-Do-De-O-Do)

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Perry Como, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

CROSBY CHRISTMAS, PART 1, A

5 Sep. 1950 Rec. Med.L 5819-A

Gary, Phillip, Dennis and Lindsay Crosby, the Jeff Alexander Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

= Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (JAC), That Christmas Feeling (BC, GC, JAC), And I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus (BC, LC, JAC)

CROSBY CHRISTMAS, PART 2, A

5 Sep. 1950 Rec. Med.L 5820-A

Gary, Phillip, Dennis and Lindsay Crosby, the Jeff Alexander Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

= The Snowman (DC, PC, JAC) And That Christmas Feeling (BC, GC)/I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus (DC, PC, LC, JAC)

CROSBY MEDLEY, THE

21 Jan. 1976 Con. Med. Clambake, Bing Crosby Pro-Am Tournament at Pebble Beach

            The Joe Bushkin Quartet

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

Mary Frances Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

Mary Frances Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

Mary Frances Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

Mary Frances Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Mary Frances Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Sep. 1976 Con. Gala Archdiocesan Charities Ball at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans

          The Joe Bushkin Quartet

 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

Mary Frances Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

Mary Frances Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

3 Mar. 1977 Con Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977- 8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

Kathryn Crosby, The Joe Bushkin Quartet

= I Surrender Dear, Swinging On A Star, Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams, True Love, Don't Fence Me In, Pennies From Heaven, Blue Hawaii, Sweet Leilani, Too-Ra-Loo- Ra-Loo-Ral, Just One More Chance, Them There Eyes, Moonlight Becomes You, You Are My Sunshine, I'll Be Seeing You, The White Cliffs Of Dover, When The Lights Go On Again, Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive, Please, Baby Face, South Of The Border, Galway Bay, Dinah, San Fernando Valley, I Found A Million Dollar Baby, San Antonio Rose, I'm An Old Cowhand, In A Little Spanish Town, Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie, It's Easy To Remember, Blue Skies, It's Been A Long, Long Time, Mississippi Mud, Ol' Man River, Love In Bloom, I Can't Begin To Tell You, Louise, Temptation, Basin Street Blues and White Christmas

The number and order of the songs varies

CROSSING THE PLAINS

23 Jul. 1959 Rec. K2PB5780

Rosemary Clooney, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra

CRUIS-O-MATIC SONG, THE See: Ford sung commercial (8 Dec. 1957)

CRUISING DOWN THE RIVER

20 Apr. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Jun. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CRYIN' FOR THE CAROLINES

21 Jan. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

CUANDO CALIENTA EL SOL

15 Sep. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

17 Mar. 1976 Con. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

2 Jun. 1976 Con. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. The London Palladium

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

26 Nov. 1976 Con. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. The Uris Theatre, New York

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

Orchestra

26 Feb. 1977 Con. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts,

Orchestra

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Rec date. the Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. The Concord Pavilion

Orchestra

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Guildhall, Preston

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Belle Vue, Manchester

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

26 Sep. 1977- 8 Oct. 1977 Con. The London Palladium

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

10 Oct. 1977 Con. The Conference Centre, Brighton

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

CUANTO LA GUSTA Also known as: We Gotta Get Going

24 Nov. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Jun. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Jan. 1965 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Carol Faylen, Piano accompaniment

CUBA See: C-U-B-A

CUBAN LOVE SONG

7 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

25 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

29 Jan. 1932-4 Feb. 1932 Con. The Paramount, New York

Orchestra conducted by Rubinoff

4 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

22 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-90

22 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-90 alternate mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

CUDDLE UP A LITTLE CLOSER

2 Jun. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Sep. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Sep. 1943 Rad. “GI Journal”. #11

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1944 Rad. AFRS "Personal Album" 542

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Dec. 1959 Rec. Med.B 11277

Jack Halloran and his Orchestra and Chorus

CUP OF COFFEE, A SANDWICH AND YOU, A

11 Dec. 1961 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show” (Wembley)

Marion Ryan, Dave King, Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight

CUTIE, WHO TIES YOUR TIE?

16 Nov. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Diane Sherry, Piano accompaniment

CYNTHIA

30 Jun. 1939 Rec. DLA 1795-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

CYNTHIA'S IN LOVE

16 Oct. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Skitch Henderson; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

 

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D'LOVELY See: It's De-Lovely

D' YE KEN JOHN PEEL?

30 Nov. 1964 TV. Par. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Cast, Piano accompaniment

DADDY, DEAR OLD DADDY

14 Jul. 1938 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Hope, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jun. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DAISY BELL Also known as: A Bicycle Built For Two

See also: Ford sung commercial (21 Nov. 1957, 22 Feb. 1958)

30 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Oct. 1943 Rad. “G. I. Journal” #12

            With cast and audience, piano accompaniment

17 Dec. 1959 Rec. Med.B 11268

Jack Halloran and his Orchestra and Chorus

DANCE AWAY THE NIGHT

22 Oct. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Mildred Bailey, The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

DANCE, BALLERINA, DANCE See: Ballerina

DANCE WITH A DOLLY

23 Nov. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Charles Henderson and the Kraft Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1945 Rad. AFRS "Personal Album" 591

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Jan. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Feb. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26-28 Mar. 1968 Rec. LW(S) 348-B

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

DANCING IN THE DARK

19 Aug. 1931 Rec. E 37086-A

Studio Orchestra

12 Aug. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Trudy Erwin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Apr. 1944 Rad. “Command Performance” #115

Dinah Shore, Orchestra

DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT

12 Feb. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Gus Arnheim and his Orchestra

DANCING ON THE CEILING

15 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

DANCING SHADOWS

22 Apr. 1928 Rec. A 43664-1

22 Apr. 1928 Rec. A 43664-2 Dub of -1

Al Rinker, Charles Gaylord, Austin Young, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

DANCING TO SAVE YOUR SOLE

11 Mar. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

DANCING UNDER THE STARS

24 Jun. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

11 Sep. 1937 Rec. DLA 906-A

11 Sep. 1937 Rec. DLA 906-B

Lani McIntire and his Hawaiians

DANGER! HEARTBREAK AHEAD

6 Apr. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

20 Apr. 1955 “The Bing Crosby Show” # 108

13 May 1955 “The Bing Crosby Show” # 125

8 Jun. 1955 “The Bing Crosby Show” # 142

DANKE SCHOEN

7 Nov. 1963 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Caterina Valente, Buddy Ebsen, Andre Previn and his Orchestra

DANNY BOY Also known as: Londonderry Air, Oh Erin Dear and: Mavourneen Dear

5 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2504-A

5 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2504-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DARDANELLA

18 Feb. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

29 Jun. 1960 Rec. 60-XY-105

Louis Armstrong, Billy May and his Orchestra

25 Sep. 1965 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Louis Armstrong, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DARING YOUNG MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE, THE Also known as: The Man On The Flying Trapeze

See also: Round medley

1 Feb. 1944 Rad. Med. Par. “Command Performance” # 104

John Scott Trotter; piano

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12810

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bush­kin

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Perfor­ming Arts, Las Vegas

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

DARK EYES Also known as: Oci Cernyija.

See also: Round medley

16 Apr. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jimmy Durante, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

DARK MOON

1957 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

10 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 7

6 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 27

26 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 42

24 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 66

29 Jul. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 110

11 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 466

26 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 541

7 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 637

14 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 665

DARKNESS ON THE DELTA

11 Mar. 1933 Rad. “Music That Satisfies”.

Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

15 Apr. 1933 Rad. “Music That Satisfies”.

Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

DARKTOWN STRUTTER'S BALL

11 Mar. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

Sep. 1952- Feb. 1953 Film "Little Boy Lost"

Nicole Maurey, Orchestra

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12801

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

DARLING, JE VOUS AIME BEAUCOUP

14 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2540-A

14 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2540-B

Victor Young and his Orchestra

1 Apr. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1944 Rec. V-Disc Army 166-A Navy 109-A

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Masterd from “Kraft Music Hall” of 1 Apr. 1943

2 Mar. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

1 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 95

20 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 108

16 May 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 126

6 Jun. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 140

10 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 9

28 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 44

16 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 492

27 Aug.1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 651

13 May 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Frances Langford, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DARLING NELLIE GRAY Also known as: My Darling Nellie Gray

7 Apr. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Apr. 1938 Rec. DLA 1289-A

The Paul Taylor Choristers

10 Nov. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Apr. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jul. 1945 Rad. “The Bell Telephone Hour”.

Donald Voorhees and his Orchestra

DARLING, NOT WITHOUT YOU

26 Nov. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

17 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

DAUGHTER OF MOLLY MALONE, THE See also: Molly Malone

2 Dec. 1964 Rec. Par. 53120

Rosemary Clooney, Billy May and his Orchestra

19 Feb. 1966 TV. Par. “Hollywood Palace”.

Rosemary Clooney, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DAVY CROCKETT See: The Ballad Of Davy Crockett

DAY AFTER FOREVER, THE

Aug. 1943- Feb. 1944 Film "Going My Way"

Jean Heather, piano accompaniment

22 Nov. 1944 Rad. “Mail Call” # 120

The AFRS Radio Orchestra

7 Feb. 1944 Rec. L 3308-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Feb. 1944 Rec. L 3308-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jun. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Jun. 1944 Rad. “G. I. Journal” # 48

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Jul. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Nov. 1944 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from Swinging On A Star

DAY AND NIGHT See: Night And Day

DAY BY DAY

13 Sep. 1945 Rec. L 3965-A

Mel Torme and his Mel-Tones, Instrumental Trio

28 Feb. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Apr. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DAY DREAMING

14 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2539-A

14 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2539-B

Victor Young and his Orchestra

8 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DAY IN, DAY OUT

26 Oct. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Nov. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DAY YOU CAME ALONG, THE

Jul.-Aug. 1933 Film “Too Much Harmony”.

Orchestra

27 Aug. 1933 Rec. LA 2-A

Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra

23 Oct. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

3 May 1954 Rec. MG 3671

Buddy Cole & His Trio

DAYBREAK

5 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DE CAMPTOWN RACES Also known as: Camptown Races or The Camptown Races

29 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2259-A

The King's Men, Victor Young and his Orchestra

2 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Command Performance” # 52

            Richard Crooks, Orchestra

15 Jul. 1944 Rad. “Command Performance” # 129

Judy Garland, piano accompaniment

2 Jul. 1945 Rad. “The Bell Telephone Hour”.

Donald Voorhees and his Orchestra and Chorus

Mar.-May 1949 Film “Riding High”.

Coleen Gray, Clarence Muse, Children, Orchestra directed by Victor Young

DEAR EVELINA

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11749

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

DEAR FRIEND

24 Jul. 1944 Rec. L 3474-A

The Ken Darby Singers, Victor Young and his Orchestra

DEAR HEARTS AND GENTLE PEOPLE

26 Oct. 1949 Rec. L 5162-A

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Perry Botkin's String Band

2 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Red Cross Show” # 1

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1950 Rad. The Red Cross program 2

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Jan. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Gary Crosby, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1953 Rad. Star Spangled Salute

John Scott Trotter (piano)

18 Apr. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Apr. 1954 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Nov. 1967 TV. “The Jackie Gleason Show”.

Jackie Gleason and his Orchestra

11 Feb. 1968 Con. 'The Night of the Century', New Madison Square Garden

            Les Brown and his Band of Renown

1976 TV. VIP

Street Band

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

DEAR LITTLE BOY OF MINE

5 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2502-A

5 Jul. 1941 re DLA 2502-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Jun. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DEAR OLD DONEGAL Also known as: Back To Donegal

See also: Ford sung commercial (10 Oct. 1957)

12 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Pat O'Brien, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Dec. 1945 Rec. W 73220-A

The Jesters, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra

14 Mar. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1946 Rec. V-Disc Army 661-A

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from a rehearsal for “Kraft Music Hall” of 14 Mar. 1946

17 Mar. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Mar. 1960 TV. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Perry Como, Genevieve, Chorus, Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

DEAR OLD GIRL

7 Jan. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

20 Feb. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

12 Aug. 1936 Rec. DLA 554-A

The Three Cheers, Ivan Ditmars; piano

29 Dec. 1938 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, Ken Carpenter, Jack Carson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Mar. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Apr. 1945 Rad. “Command Performance” # 169

            The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and James Sherman, piano.

1945 Rec. V-Disc Army 632-A (using recording from 5 Apr. 1945)

Introduced by Bob Burns and Bing, with the Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and James Sherman, piano.

19 Oct. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Frank Fay, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Apr. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Perry Como, Arthur Godfrey, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DEAR OLD PAL

5 Nov. 1929 Rad. Med. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

DEAR OLD PAL OF MINE

29 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DEARIE

22 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Ethel Merman, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 May 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Mary Martin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DEARLY BELOVED

12 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Ginny Simms, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 May 1944 Rec. L 3412-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 May 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Apr. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DECK THE HALLS WITH BOUGHS OF HOLLY

See also: Christmas Carols, part 1

21 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1952 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1955 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1956 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1957 TV. Med. “Happy Holidays with Bing and Frank” (ABC).

Frank Sinatra, Orchestra directed by Nelson Riddle

24 Dec. 1961 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1962 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

Rosemary Clooney, Johnny Mercer, the Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

'DEED I DO

14 May 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 May 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Jun. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

7 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 243

20 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 252

17 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 275

14 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 34

14 Sep. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 404

20 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 560

2 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 611

17 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 666

11 Jun. 1956 Rec. BR 20158-1

Buddy Bregman and his Orchestra

26 Feb. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 20 Jun. 1955 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

DEEP IN A DREAM

2 Feb. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Feb. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Mar. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DEEP IN THE ARMS OF LOVE

25 Feb. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS

18 Jan. 1942 Rec. DLA 2828-A

Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers

29 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Feb. 1942 Con. Brook Hollow Club, Dallas, Texas

Accompaniment

12 Feb. 1942 Con. Brae Burn Country Club, Houston, Texas

            Guitar accompaniment

26 Feb. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Sep. 1942 Con. Inverness Country Club, Toledo, Ohio

Eddy Brandt Orchestra

28 Nov. 1975 TV. Med. “The Mike Douglas Show”.

Kathryn Crosby, Mike Douglas, Bob Moonan; piano

DEEP NIGHT

9 Apr. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

5 Mar. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

DEEP PURPLE

22 Mar. 1939 Rec. DLA 1733-A

Matty Malneck and his Orchestra

8 Oct. 1939 Con. Golden Gate International Exposition

            George Olsen and his Band

13 Oct. 1942 Rad. Med.A capella “Command Performance” # 36

Dinah Shore

Rad. Tribute to Peter DeWolfe (exact programme title unknown).

Orchestra

DEJA VU

29 Oct. 1976 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

DELICIOUS

Jan. 1931 Rec. Demonstration record for the film “Delicious”

George Gershwin (piano)

DELIGHTFUL DELIRIUM

4 May 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 May 1939 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns (vocal and bazooka), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 May 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DESAFINADO Also known as: Slightly Out Of Tune

7 Nov. 1963 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Caterina Valente, Orchestra

DESIDERATA (You Are A Child Of The Universe)

27 Feb. 1972 TV. "Bing Crosby And Friends"

Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

DESIRE

16 Apr. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Paul Taylor Choristers, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

7 May 1936 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

DEVIL MAY CARE

15 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Feb. 1940 Rec. DLA 1951-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Feb. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Mar. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 May 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Jun. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Jul. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DIANE

24 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

20 Jun. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Tommy Dorsey; trombone, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DID I REMEMBER?

6 Aug. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

22 Oct. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

3 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

DID YOU EVER SEE A DREAM WALKING?

11 Dec. 1933 Rec. LA 89-A

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

21-22 Jun. 1962 Rec. Med. Vocal recorded over previously recorded orchestra.

Orchestra and chorus led by Ivor Raymond. Recording made 16-19 Mar. 1962

DID YOU MEAN IT?

26 Nov. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

DID YOUR MOTHER COME FROM IRELAND?

9 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2260-A

The King's Men, Victor Young and his Orchestra

19 Mar. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Mar. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Jun. 1954 Rec. MG 3675

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

15 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 12

17 Mar. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 14

20 May 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 60

16 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 535

1976 Rad. a cap. Tribute to Jimmy Kennedy

DIGA DIGA DOO

19 Mar. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

2 Apr. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

30 Apr. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

24 May 1929 Con. Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

25 May 1929 Rad. Extra broadcast for Old Gold and Pickering Furniture Company from the Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

28 May 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

31 May 1929 Con. Washington University Field House, St. Louis

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

29 Oct. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

21 May 1966 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Johnny Mercer, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DIG YOU LATER (A HUBBA, HUBBA, HUBBA!) Also known as Hubba Hubba

6 Nov. 1969 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and His Band of Renown

DIME AND A DOLLAR, A Also known as: With A Hoop And A Holler and: A Lucky Son Of A Gun

25 Apr. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and Chorus

DINAH

See also: "The Crosby Medley"

10 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

16 Dec. 1931 Rec. E 37467-A

The Mills Brothers, Orchestra

24 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

8 Jun. 1932 Rad. Unsponsored 15 minute radio show for CBS

            Lennie Hayton (piano); Eddie Lang (guitar)

Jul.-Aug. 1932 Film “The Big Broadcast”

Eddie Lang (guitar), piano accompaniment

9-15 Sep. 1932 Con. Fox Theatre, San Francisco

Eddie Lang (guitar); Orchestra

16-19 Sep. 1932 Con. Fox Theatre, Oakland

Eddie Lang (guitar); Orchestra

25 Dec. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

The Mills Brothers, Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

6 Nov. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

19 Dec. 1935 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

24 May 1943 Con. Griffith Stadium, Washington D.C

             Orchestra

1 Jun. 1943 Con. Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia

            Piano accompaniment

2 Jun. 1943 Rad. Bing from Nashville

The WSM Band Orchestra

1 Feb. 1944 Rad. Med. “Command Performance” # 104

John Scott Trotter; piano

22 Feb. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "The Big Broadcast"

18 Apr. 1948 Rad. A question of piano's

Piano accompaniment

26 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Alec Templeton; piano

20 Nov. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Buddy Cole; piano

26 Jun. 1953 Rec. L 7206-A (Mastering date from 20 November 1952 radio recording)

This recording was also used in the following show:

5 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

3 Mar. 1977 Con Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

The Mills Brothers, Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

DING, DONG, BELL

18 Feb. 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Ella Fitzgerald, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DING DONG! THE WITCH IS DEAD

9 Feb. 1968 Rec.

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Bugs Bower

DINNER FOR ONE PLEASE, JAMES

20 Feb. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

DIPSY DOODLE, THE

See also: Novelty Duet

3 Feb. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Feb. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Nov. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Herb Polesie, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DISSERTATION ON A STATE OF BLISS Also known as: Love And Learn

Feb-Apr. 1954 Film "The Country Girl"

Jacqueline Fontaine, Orchestra

23 Dec. 1954 Rec. L 8071-1

Patty Andrews, Male Quartet, Joseph J. Lilley and his Orchestra

DITTENDORTENITES LOVE THEIR PHILCO RADIOS

See: Philco sung commercial (23 Feb. 1949)

DIXIE

See also: Philco sung commercial (5 Mar. 1947)

Oct 1942- Film "Dixie"

Feb. 1943 Chorus, Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

Oct 1942- Film "Dixie"

Feb. 1943 Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

Deleted from Film soundtrack

20 Dec.1943 Rad. Frag. Lux Radio Theatre: “Dixie”

Orchestra directed by Louis Silvers

20 Dec.1943 Rad. Lux Radio Theatre: “Dixie”

Orchestra directed by Louis Silvers

DIXIE CINDERELLA See: Hot Chocolate Medley

DIXIELAND BAND, THE

14 Feb. 1950 Rec. L 5388 rejected

Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

8 Apr. 1950 Rec. W 76113-A

Bob Haggart and his Orchestra

DIXIE LEE

16 Apr. 1934 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra

DO I HEAR A WALTZ?

13 Jan. 1968 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Peggy Lee, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DO I HEAR YOU SAYING?

24 Apr. 1928 Rec. A 43669-2

Al Rinker, Charles Gaylord, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

DO I WORRY?

2 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DO NOTHIN’ TIL YOU HEAR FROM ME

1957 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

11 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 56

15 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 83

11 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 103

10 May 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 52

20 Oct 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 430

3 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 569

20 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 625

DO YOU CARE?

24 Oct. 1941 Rec. DLA 69864-A

Orchestra directed by Harry Sosnik

6 Nov. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DO YOU EVER THINK OF ME?

21 May 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

23 Jul. 1940 Rad. DLA 2066-A

The Merry Macs, Orchestra directed by Victor Young

23 Jul. 1940 Rad. DLA 2066-D (dub of -A)

The Merry Macs, Orchestra directed by Victor Young

30 Apr. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Buddy Cole; piano

This recording also used in the following shows:

4 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

26 Nov.1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 5

7 Dec.1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 12

14 Jan.1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 40

15 Feb.1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 62

19 Apr. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 107

26 Jun. 1953 Rec. L 7201-A (Mastering date using recording from radio program of 30 Apr. 1953)

Buddy Cole; piano

1955 Rad. “The Red Cross Show” (It is possible that the radio recording of 30 Apr. 1953 was used for this show)

Buddy Cole; piano

DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR?

21 Oct. 1963 Rec. F 50738-1

Ralph Carmichael and his Orchestra and Chorus

13 Dec. 1963 TV. Bob Hope Comedy special

Ralph Carmichael and his Orchestra and Chorus (lip-synched to 21 Oct. 1963 recording)

21 Dec. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Chorus, Piano accompaniment

15 Dec. 1965 TV. A Bob Hope Comedy Special

Ralph Carmichael and his Orchestra and Chorus (lip-synched to 21 Oct. 1963 recording)

24 Dec. 1966 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Crosby Family, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

21 Dec. 1968 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Crosby Family, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

16 Dec. 1970 TV. Bing Crosby's Christmas Show

Ralph Carmichael and his Orchestra and Chorus (lip-synched to 21 Oct. 1963 recording)

DO YOU KNOW JUST HOW LUCKY YOU ARE? See: How Lucky You Are

DO YOU KNOW THE WAY TO SAN JOSE?

23 Oct. 1968 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Special”.

The Supremes, Jose Feliciano, Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

DO YOU KNOW WHY?

28 Nov. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOCTOR, LAWYER, INDIAN CHIEF

(See also: Ford sung commercial 2 May 1958, 4 May 1958, 10 May 1958, 14 May 1958,

21 Jun. 1958, 3 Jul. 1958, 9 Jul. 1958, 15 Jul. 1958, 27 Jul. 1958, 23 Aug. 1958)

21 Feb. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Mar. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Mar. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Charioteers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Apr. 1946 Rad. “Command Performance” (Army Day)

The AFRS Radio Orchestra conducted by Meredith Willson

DODGER'S SONG, THE See: Belle of Albuquerque

DOES YOUR HEART BEAT FOR ME?

22 Aug. 1946 Rec. L 4278-A

Russ Morgan and his Orchestra

DOG NAMED ROVER, A (See I've Got A Dog Named Rover)

DOGS SUNG COMMERCIAL

12 Nov. 1947 Rad. Par. “Philco Radio Time”.

Kay Thompson and the Williams Brothers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOING THE BING

24 Dec. 1962 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show for Clairol”.

Andre Previn and his Orchestra

DOLORES

23 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2290-A

23 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2290-B

23 Dec. 1940 Rec. DLA 2290-C

The Merry Macs, Bob Crosby's Bob Cats

3 Nov. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOMANI Also known as: Tomorrow

25 Aug. 1955 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following show:

6 Jul. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 93

DOMENICA

9 May 1961 Rec. L 12786

Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra

DOMINO

4 Oct. 1951 Rec. L 6465-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Oct. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 May 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DONNA E MOBILE, LA See: Opera parody

DON'T BE A DO-BADDER

Oct.-Dec. 1963 Film "Robin And The Seven Hoods"

Children's Chorus, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

Oct.-Dec. 1963 Film "Robin And The Seven Hoods"

Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

10 Apr. 1964 Rec. (2630)

Children's Chorus, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

10 Apr. 1964 Rec. (2632)

Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

DON'T BE THAT WAY

7 Apr. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Apr. 1938 Rec. DLA 1277-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Apr. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jun. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Dec. 1938 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DON'T BLAME ME

26 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Beatrice Lillie, Alec Templeton; piano

22 Aug. 1956 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

16 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 12

9 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 53

23 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 159

31 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 166

12 Sep. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 141

23 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 386

24 Oct. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 432

2 Feb. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 505

12 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 619

26 Feb. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 22 Aug. 1956 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

DON'T BREAK THE SPELL

5 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2501-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2501-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Jul. 1941 Rec. DLA 2501-C

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DON'T EVER BE AFRAID TO GO HOME

19 Feb. 1952 Rec. L 6657-A

The King's Men, Perry Botkin's String Band

23 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Jun. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DON'T EVER CHANGE

15 Feb. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DON'T FENCE ME IN

See also: "The Crosby Medley"

25 Jul. 1944 Rec. L 3475-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

25 Jul. 1944 Rec. L 3475-?

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

14 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Charles Henderson and the Kraft Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Dec. 1944 Rad. “Command Performance” # 154

The Andrews Sisters, the AFRS Orchestra

Dec. 1944 Film “Swingtime With The Stars”.

Servicemen Audience, the 11th Naval District Coast Guard Band conducted by Jimmie Grier

25 Dec. 1944 Rad. Elgin Christmas Party

            Orchestra

31 Dec. 1944 Rad. The Andrews Sisters show

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

1944    Rad. AFRS "Personal Album" 591

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Mar. 1945? Rad. Hollywood Visita A Las Americas #70

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jan. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Jan. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Andrews Sisters, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1945 Con. Par. Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City

Orchestra

10 Jun. 1945 Con. Par. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC

            Orchestra

20 Jun. 1945 Rad. The Walgreen Party

The Andrews Sisters, Carl Hoff and his Orchestra

5 Jul. 1945 Rad. Med “Command Performance” # 182

            Unidentified Orchestra

22 Sep. 1945 Con. Par. Hollywood Bowl

            John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

21 Sep. 1952 Con. Frag. "Sunday with the Stars", Stoll Theatre, London

            Pat Dodd; piano

15 Feb. 1964 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra conducted by John Scott Trotter

30 Oct. 1966 TV. Med. The Andy Williams show

Andy Williams, Orchestra

25 Nov. 1967 TV. “The Jackie Gleason Show”.

Jackie Gleason and his Orchestra

11 Feb. 1968 Con. 'The Night of the Century', New Madison Square Garden

            Les Brown and his Band of Renown

7 Jan. 1971 TV. Med. “The Flip Wilson Show”.

George Wyle Orchestra

13 Dec. 1973 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Kathryn Crosby, Bob Moonan; piano

22 Dec. 1975 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

Bob Moonan; piano

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

3 Mar. 1977 Con Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE

17 Jul. 1957 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

14 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 9

4 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 25

27 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 43

21 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 86

21 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 135

9 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 149

22 Aug. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 126

15 Apr. 1977 Rec. A Tribute to Duke

Orchestra conducted by Nat Pierce

DON’T GET COLLEGIATE

22 Oct. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1929 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra          

14 Jan. 1930 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

DON'T LET A GOOD THING GET AWAY

31 Oct. 1967 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Ernie Freeman

DON’t LET IT BOTHER YOU

16 Oct. 1934 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

DON'T LET JULIA FOOL YA

18 Dec. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DON'T LET THAT MOON GET AWAY

Apr.-May 1938 Film "Sing You Sinners"

Orchestra directed by Boris Morros

Apr.-May 1938 Film Rep. "Sing You Sinners"

Orchestra directed by Boris Morros

23 May 1938 Rec. DLA 1296-A test

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Jul. 1938 Rec. DLA 1313-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Jul. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1938 Rad. “Hollywood Is On The Air: Sing You Sinners"

Orchestra

27 Oct. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Jan. 1940 Rad. Lux Radio Theatre: "Sing You Sinners"

Orchestra conducted by Louis Silvers

7 May 1945 Rad. Sing You Sinners (Lux Radio Theatre)

Orchestra led by Louis Silvers

DON'T LET THE STARS GET IN YOUR EYES

29 Jan. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Feb. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Feb. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DON'T SIT UNDER THE APPLE TREE

21 May 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Jun. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 May 1944 Rad. Frag. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Marilyn Maxwell

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12809

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

DON'T SOMEBODY NEED SOMEBODY

18 Oct. 1926 Rec. W 142786

Al Rinker, Don Clarke and his Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orchestra

DON'T TAKE YOUR LOVE FROM ME

4 Dec. 1954 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

11 Mar. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 80

11 May 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 123

14 Sep. 1955 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show” # 178

23 Jun. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 84

22 Aug. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 385

3 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” #483

13 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 532

7 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 594

29 Jan. 1979 Rec. The radio recording of 4 Dec. 1954 overdubbed with orchestral arrangement

Pete Moore & His Orchestra

DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME

18 May 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Jun. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DON'T WORRY (ABOUT TOMORROW)

c. 1960    @         Rec. date. For radio use in two versions

18 Jul. 1961 * Rec. date. For radio use in two versions

Buddy Cole & His Trio @

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole & His Trio *

These recordings used in following shows as indicated:

13 Jul. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 98 @

13 Sep. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 403 *

24 Oct.1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 432 *

27 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 456 @

15 Dec. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 470 *

22 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 496 *

5 Mar. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 526 @

10 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 552 @

1 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 567 *

6 Jun. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 593 *

6 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 615 @

18 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 623 *

22 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 648 @

10 Sep. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 661 *

This is the show's theme song.

DON'T YOU KNOW I CARE?

1 Feb. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Feb. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DONKEY SERENADE

20 Apr. 1968 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Joe Bushkin, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DONOVANS, THE

Nov.-Dec. 1948 Film "Top O' the Morning"

Group, Orchestra directed by Robert Emmett Dolan

21 Jun. 1949 Rec. L 5050-A

The Jeff Alexander Chorus, Victor Young and his Orchestra

26 Jul. 1949 Rad. “Supper Club”.

Chorus, Robert Emmett Dolan and his Orchestra

5 Oct. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOODLE DOO-DOO

21 Jun. 1952 TV. Olympic Fund telethon

Bob Hope, Ezio Pinza, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Nov. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Dinah Shore, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Apr. 1954 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Buddy Cole; piano

17 Dec. 1959 Rec. Med.B 11271

Jack Halloran and his Orchestra and Chorus

DOODLIN' SONG, THE

7 Nov. 1963 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

The Young Americans, Andre Previn and his Orchestra

13 Jan. 1968 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Peggy Lee, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DOOR WILL OPEN, A

6 Sep. 1945 Rec. L 3954

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

DOVE, THE See: La Paloma

DOWN AMONG THE SHELTERING PALMS

20 Feb. 1957 Rec. H2J B328-5

Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band

DOWN ARGENTINA WAY

28 Nov. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-96

23 Jun. 1960 Rec. Med.60-XY-96 alternate mono

Billy May and his Orchestra

DOWN BY THE O-HI-O

23 May 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

11 Jul. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Jun. 1951 Rad. Par. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Bert Wheeler, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM

9 Dec. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Maureen Teasdale, Adolph Menjou, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Dec. 1938 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, Ken Carpenter, Jack Carson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Mar. 1939 Rec. DLA 1724-A

10 Mar. 1939 Rec. DLA 1724-B

The Foursome, John Scott Trotter's Frying Pan Five

20 Apr. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

            Jackie Cooper, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

30 Aug.  1942 Con.  Bureau of Public Relations Show

30 Aug.  1942 used in Rad.  “Command Performance” #30

James Cagney, Kay Kyser and his Orchestra

21 Jul. 1944 Rad. “G. I. Journal” # 53

Studio Audience, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 May 1954 Rad. Med.A capella “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby

19 Oct. 1959 TV. Med. “The Frank Sinatra Timex Show”.

Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

DOWN BY THE RIVER

Nov. 1934- Jan. 1935 Film "Mississippi"

Piano accompaniment

Nov. 1934- Jan. 1935 Film Rep. "Mississippi"

Unknown accompaniment

12 Feb. 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

21 Feb. 1935 Rec. DLA 94-A

21 Feb. 1935 Rec. DLA 94-B

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

12 Mar. 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

2 Apr. 1935 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

14 May 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

18 Jan. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Mississippi"

1945 Rec. Med.V-Disc Army 557-A

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from “Kraft Music Hall” of 18 Jan. 1945

26 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Down By The RiversideAlec Templeton; vocal and piano

DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE

4 Oct. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Nov. 1953 Rec. L 7454-A (mastering date)

Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Nov. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Jan. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOWN HEARTED

23 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

DOWN IN THE VALLEY

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11737

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11737

Children’s chorus added

15 Feb. 1964 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra conducted by John Scott Trotter

DOWN THE OLD OX ROAD

Apr.-May 1933 Film "College Humor"

Jack Oakie, Richard Arlen, Chorus, Orchestra

Apr.-May 1933 Film "College Humor" (trailer)

Jack Oakie, Orchestra

Apr.-May 1933 Film "College Humor" (trailer)

Chorus, Orchestra

16 Jun. 1933 Rec. B 805-A

Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra

4 Jul. 1933 Rad. California Melodies

Orchestra

20 Jul. 1933 Film “Hollywood on Parade No. 1”

Orchestra

30 Jun. 1938 Rad. Par. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jack Oakie, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Oct. 1939 Rad.  “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jack Oakie, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Dec. 1943 Rad. Frag. “Duffy’s Tavern”.

Ed Gardner

11 Jan. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "College Humor"

1945 Rec. Med.V-Disc Army 414-A / Navy 194-A

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from “Kraft Music Hall” of 11 Jan. 1945

11 Jun. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Alec Templeton; piano

13 Apr. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, the University of Gonzaga Glee Club, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 May 1954 Rec. MG 3671

Buddy Cole & His Trio

19 Oct. 1959 TV. Med. “The Frank Sinatra Timex Show”.

Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

4 Jan. 1969 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

3 Jan. 1970 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Mary Costa, Sergio Franchi and Leland Palmer, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

9 Oct. 1974 TV. Med.Bing Crosby and his friends

Bob Hope, Sandy Duncan, Pearl Bailey, Orchestra

DOWN THE ROAD A PIECE

19 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Ella Mae Morse, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOWN WHERE THE TRADE WINDS BLOW

10 Mar. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Paul Taylor Choristers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Apr. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Paul Taylor Choristers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOWN YONDER

26 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

9 Jan. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DOWNTOWN

9 Mar. 1969 TV. Par. Acc. ‘The American Sportsman’

DREAM (WHEN YOU’RE FEELING BLUE)

31 Jul. 1945 Rad. “G. I. Journal” # 105

The AFRS Orchestra conducted by Alvino Rey

15 Feb. 1964 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by John Scott Trotter

            16 Jan. 1965 TV. “Hollywood Palace”

The King Family, The Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

DREAM A LITTLE DREAM OF ME

1953                Rec. recorded for “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric” but not used

            John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Feb. 1957 Rec. H2J B321-2

Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band

DREAM ALONG WITH ME

16 Mar. 1960 TV. Med. “Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall”.

Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres

DREAM GIRL OF PI K. A.

16 Jun. 1941 Rec. DLA 2443-A

16 Jun. 1941 Rec. DLA 2443-B

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DREAM HOUSE

1931 Film "Dream House"

Orchestra

DREAM IS A WISH YOUR HEART MAKES, A

15 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Apr. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Perry Como, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 May 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Perry Como, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DREAM SWEETHEARTS

26 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

DREAM VALLEY

28 Nov. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DREAMERS HOLIDAY, A Also known as: On A Dreamers Holiday

9 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Ella Fitzgerald, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Bob Crosby, Cathy Crosby, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DREAMSVILLE, OHIO

22 Jan. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Feb. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

DRIFTING AND DREAMING

13 Feb. 1947 Rec. L 4357-A

Les Paul and his Trio

DRINK, DRINK, DRINK See: The Drinking Song

DRINK TO ME ONLY WITH THINE EYES

8 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Walter Pidgeon, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11731

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

DRINKING SONG, THE

See also: Round medley. Also known as: Drink, Drink, Drink

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

Rehearsal

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

DU, DU LIEGST MIR IM HERZEN

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11744

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

DUKE THE SPOOK

2 Jul. 1943 Rec. L 3174-A

James van Heusen; piano

Special release for the 400 Bombardment Group

DUSKY STEVEDORE

            30 Jul. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

                        The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

 

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EAGLE AND ME, THE

13 Oct. 1944 Rec. W 72428-E

Mixed Chorus, Camarata and his Orchestra

24 Nov. 1944 Rec. W 72578-A

Mixed Chorus, Orchestra directed by Camarata

EARFUL OF MUSIC, AN

15 Jan. 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

EARLY AMERICAN

3 Mar. 1945 Rec. L 3749-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Mar. 1945 Rec. L 3749-BB

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Jun. 1950 Rec. L 5702-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

1951 Film “You Can Change the World”

Orchestra

EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN

Jan.-Mar. 1939 Film "East Side Of Heaven"

Orchestra directed by Charles Previn

Jan.-Mar. 1939 Film Rep. "East Side Of Heaven"

Orchestra directed by Charles Previn

10 Mar. 1939 Rec. DLA 1718-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

16 Mar. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Apr. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 May 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Jun. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Apr. 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "East Side Of Heaven"

EASTER PARADE

6 Apr. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Rosemary Lane, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Nov. 1941-Feb. 1942 Film "Holiday Inn"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

2 Apr. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Jun. 1942 Rec. DLA 3013-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Nov. 1942 Rad. “Mail Call” # 11

            AFRS Orchestra

11 Jan. 1943 Rad. The Screen Guild Players' "Holiday Inn"

Dinah Shore, Orchestra

1 Apr. 1943 Rad. “Command Performance” # 60

Dinah Shore, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Feb. 1944 Rad. Frag. “Kraft Music Hall”.

6 Apr. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Marilyn Maxwell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Apr. 1944 Rad. Stars of NBC

Marilyn Maxwell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

27 Aug. 1944 Rad. Variety Bandbox

Anne Shelton, Jack Russin; piano

14 Dec. 1944 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Eugenie Baird, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Holiday Inn"

5 Feb. 1945 Rad. “Cavalcade of America: The Road To Berlin”

Jeanie Durell, Robert Armbruster and his Orchestra

29 Mar. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Eugenie Baird, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1946 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Trudy Erwin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 May 1947 Rec. V-Disc Army 814-A

Al Jolson, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Taken from “Philco Radio Time” of 7 May 1947

24 Mar. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Apr. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Apr. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Rosemary Clooney, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

18 Apr. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Rosemary Clooney, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

7 Mar. 1966 TV. Par. Timmy's Easter Parade of stars

Juliette, the Art Hallman Singers, Lucio Agostini and his Orchestra

EASY STREET

22 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

3 Jul. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EASY TO LOVE

24 Dec. 1947 Rec. L 4730-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EASY TO REMEMBER See: It's Easy To Remember

EBB TIDE

4 Nov. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Nov. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EENIE MEENIE MINEY MO

2 Jan. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

EILEEN

6 Nov. 1949 Rec. L 5189-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

ELEANOR RIGBY

23 Oct. 1968 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Special”.

Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

ELEVEN POUNDS OF HEAVEN See: 'Leven Pounds Of Heaven

EMBRACEABLE YOU

16 Oct. 1947 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Lou Bring and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1947 Rec. L 4551-A

The Chickadees, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

6 Oct. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EMBRASSE See: La Vie En Rose

EMBRASSE-MOI BIEN Also known as: Hold Me Close

16 May 1953 Rec. W 84776-A

Paul Durand et son Grand Orchestre

Sung in French

16 May 1953 Rec. W 84782-A

Paul Durand et son Grand Orchestre

Sung in English

11 Jun. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Joe Venuti; violin, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EMPEROR WALTZ, THE

Jun.-Sep. 1946 Film "The Emperor Waltz"

Orchestra

17 Mar. 1947 Rec. L 4372-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

EMPTY SADDLES

Apr.-Jun. 1936 Film "Rhythm On The Range"

Unknown accompaniment

2 Jul. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

9 Jul. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

14 Jul. 1936 Rec. DLA 436-A

14 Jul. 1936 Rec. DLA 436-C test

The Guardsmen Quartette, Victor Young and his Orchestra

6 Aug. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

19 Nov. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

18 Dec. 1943 Rad. “Command Performance” # 97

Dinah Shore, Leo 'Ukie' Sherin; ukulele

28 Dec. 1944 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Charles Henderson and the Kraft Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley from "Rhythm On The Range"

28 Dec. 1944 Rec. V-Disc Army 712-B

Charles Henderson and the Kraft Choir, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra. introduced By Bing

Taken from “Kraft Music Hall” of 28 Dec. 1944

13 Apr. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown and his Band of Renown

ENGINE NUMBER NINE

31 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Roger Miller, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

ENJOY YOURSELF (IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK)

1 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Bob Crosby, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Apr. 1970 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby: Cooling It”.

Dean Martin, Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis.

ENTERTAINER, THE See also: Mr. Keyboard Man-The Entertainer

26 Mar. 1976 TV. The Bell Telephone Jubilee

Marvin Hamlisch, Orchestra directed by Ian Fraser

ERES TU

23 Jun. 1975 Rec. Take -1

23 Jun. 1975 Rec. Take -2

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

EV’RY DAY

26 Mar 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

7 May 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

EV’RYTHING 'S AGREED UPON

23 May 1930 Rec. W 149841

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

27 Jun. 1930 Rad. Broadcast over station KFI, Long Beach

Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys, Harry Barris (piano)

EVANGELINE

16 Jul. 1929 Rad. Med. “Old Gold” broadcast

Vocal Quartet, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

Bing's presence in the Vocal Quartet is not confirmed

Part of Waltz medley

EVELINA

13 Oct. 1944 Rec. W 72427-A

Camarata and his Orchestra

24 Nov. 1944 Rec. (Date of dubbed master) W 72579-A (= dub of W 72427-A)

Camarata and his Orchestra

4 Jan. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Feb. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 Mar. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Mar. 1961 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra and Chorus

EVENING IN CAROLINA, AN

16 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

17 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

9 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

EVENING STAR

13 May 1928 Rec. W 146250-?

Chorus, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

21 May 1928 Rec. W 146250-6

Chorus, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

EVERY LITTLE MOVEMENT

28 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

EVERY NIGHT ABOUT THIS TIME

10 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

31 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EVERY TIME MY HEART BEATS

Jul. 1932 Film “Blue of the Night”

Orchestra

EVERYBODY LOVES MY BABY

29 Mar. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

The Firehouse Five Plus Two

25 Oct. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Nov. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Feb. 1954 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Sep. 1959 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”

Orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl

EVERYBODY'S DOIN' IT

5 May 1968 TV. “The Ed Sullivan Show”.

Harry James Orchestra

EVERYBODY'S EYEING FORD See: Ford sung commercial (3 Apr. 1958)

EVERYBODY STEP

Jul.-Sep. 1945 Film. "Blue Skies"

Orchestra conducted by Robert Emmett Dolan

18 Jul. 1946 Rec. L 4233-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME

17 Apr. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1 May 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Jun. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 Dec. 1957 Par. Frank Sinatra’s birthday party at Villa Capri, Hollywood

            Piano accompaniment

EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS

13 Nov. 1933 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra

23 Nov. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EVERYTHING I'VE GOT

8 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

22 Oct. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids and Hal, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL

14-16 Mar. 1972 Rec. DL 277

Count Basie and his Orchestra

EVERYTHING IS MOVING TOO FAST

18 Dec. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour; guitar, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Feb. 1947 Rad. Here's to veterans 34

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EVERYTHING IS OK IN DENMARK NOW

28 Sep. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Abe Burrows, Peggy Lee, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Milton DeLugg; accordion

Includes a fragment of Riders In The Sky

EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN

Medley including Everything Old Is New Again, Toot Toot Tootsie, Baby Face, I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

26 Feb. 1977 Con. Med. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

3 Mar. 1977 Con Med. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. Med. The Concord Pavilion

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Guildhall, Preston

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Med. Belle Vue, Manchester

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The London Palladium

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

10 Oct. 1977 Con. Med. The Conference Centre, Brighton

Kathryn Crosby, Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

EVERYTHING 'S BEEN DONE BEFORE

21 May 1935 Rad. Frag. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

21 May 1935 Rad. “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

EVERYTHING 'S IN RHYTHM WITH MY HEART

19 Mar. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

2 Apr. 1936 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

EVERYWHERE YOU GO

18 Mar. 1949 Rec. L 4933-A

Evelyn Knight, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

4 May 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

EXACTLY LIKE YOU

19 Nov. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

6 Jul. 1944 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

10 Nov. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, Oscar Levant; piano, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1949 Rad. “The Red Cross Show”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Nov. 1953 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Feb. 1957 Rec. H2J B325-2

Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band

1 Mar. 1965 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Piano accompaniment

19 Oct. 1967 TV. Med. “The Dean Martin Show”.

Dean Martin, Les Brown & His Band of Renown

EXPERIENCE

13 Nov. 1947 Rec. L 4557-A

Nan Wynn, Victor Young and his Orchestra

EXTRACT FROM CARL SANDBURG Narration

20 Jul. 1959 Rec. K2PB 5779

24 Jul. 1959 Rec. K2PB 5775

EYES ARE THE WINDOWS OF THE WORLD, THE See: Them There Eyes

EZEKIEL SAW THE WHEEL

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11733

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

 

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FACE THE MUSIC MEDLEY PART 1 Bing sings Soft lights and Sweet Music at the beginning and end of this medley

8 Mar. 1932 Rec. Med.BX 11416-B

8 Mar. 1932 Rec. Med.BX 11416-C

Victor Young and Brunswick Orchestra

FADED SUMMER LOVE, A

6 Oct. 1931 Rec. E 37282-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

21 Oct. 1931 Rad. Fifteen Minutes With Bing Crosby

            Freddie Rich and His Orchestra

13 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

27 Nov. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

10 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

23 Dec. 1931 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

20 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

FAITH OF OUR FATHERS

8 Jun. 1942 Rec. DLA 3027-A

Max Terr's Mixed Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

15 Apr. 1945 Rad. Tribute to FDR

Orchestra

FA LA NINNA, FA LA NANNA See: Sleep My Baby

FALLING IN LOVE AGAIN

Parody title: Falling upon the floor

1 Feb. 1944 Rad. Med. Par. “Command Performance” # 104

John Scott Trotter; piano

FALLING OFF MY DIET See: Meet The Sun Half-Way (parody)

FALLING UPON THE FLOOR See: Falling In Love Again

FAMILY OF SANTA CLAUS, THE

10 Dec. 1972 TV. “Christmas with the Bing Crosbys”.

The Crosby Family, Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

FANCY MEETING YOU HERE

7 Aug. 1958 Rec. J2PB 1319-7

Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra conducted by Billy May

2 Mar. 1959 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Jo Stafford, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

5 Aug. 1961 TV. The Rosemary Clooney show

Rosemary Clooney, Orchestra

5 Aug. 1961 TV. The Rosemary Clooney show

Dave King, Orchestra

18 Sep. 1965 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Caterina Valente, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

FAR ABOVE CAYUGA'S WATERS

2 Nov. 1939 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FAR AWAY PLACES

25 Nov. 1948 Rec. L 4844-A

The Ken Darby Choir, Rhythm accompaniment

29 Dec. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1949 Rad. “The Red Cross Show”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Feb. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Mar. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 May 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Alec Templeton; piano

11 May 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Peggy Lee, Alec Templeton; vocal and piano

1 Jun. 1949 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Buddy Cole; piano

1 Oct. 1958 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Chorus, Buddy Cole and his Orchestra

FAR FROM HOME

9 May 1966 Rec. J 4257-1

Orchestra conducted by Johnny Keating

FARE THEE WELL TO HARLEM

22 Oct. 1934 Rad. Community Chest

Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra

FAREWELL

11 Mar. 1955 Rec. L 8233-1

Chorus, Ken Darby and his Orchestra

FAREWELL TO ARMS

15 Mar. 1933 Rad. “Music That Satisfies”.

Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

1 Apr. 1933 Rad. “Music That Satisfies”.

Orchestra conducted by Lennie Hayton

FAREWELL TO THEE See: Aloha Oe

FASCINATING DEVIL (WITH THOSE ANGEL EYES)

25 Mar. 1930 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

The Old Gold Trio, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

FATE INTRODUCED ME TO YOU

4 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

25 Jan. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

10 Feb. 1932 Rad. “The Cremo Singer”.

Orchestra conducted by Carl Fenton

FATHERLY ADVICE

2 Apr. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

17 Nov. 1952 Rec. L 6894-A

Gary Crosby, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FEAST OF FOOLS, THE

16 Dec. 1970 TV. Bing Crosby's Christmas Show

Orchestra directed by Dick Debenedictis

FEELIN' GROOVY See: 59th Street Bridge Song

FEELING THE WAY I DO

18 Jun. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

20 Aug. 1929 Rad. “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

FEELS GOOD, FEELS RIGHT

9 Oct. 1974 TV. Bing Crosby and his friends

Bob Hope, Sandy Duncan, Pearl Bailey, Orchestra

Opening song

9 Oct. 1974 TV. Bing Crosby and his friends

Orchestra

Closing song

22 Jul. 1976 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Alan Cohen

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. The Uris Theatre, New York

Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

18-24 Feb. 1977 Con. The Deauville Star Theatre, Miami Beach

Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

26 Feb. 1977 Con. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts

Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

3 Mar. 1977 Con. Rec date. The Ambassador College Auditorium, Pasadena

Orchestra conducted by Nick Perito

TV recording of “Bing’s 50th Anniversary Special”.

16 Aug. 1977 Con. The Concord Pavilion

Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

27 Aug. 1977 Con. Momarkedet, Mysen, Norway

The Joe Bushkin Quartet

22 Sep. 1977 Con. Guildhall, Preston

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

23 Sep. 1977 Con. Belle Vue, Manchester

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. Frag. The London Palladium

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

Rehearsal, take -1 and -2

26 Sep. 1977-8 Oct. 1977 Con. The London Palladium

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

10 Oct. 1977 Con. The Conference Centre, Brighton

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

11 Oct. 1977 Rad. Rec date. Bing

Orchestra conducted by Gordon Rose

FEET UP

9 Oct. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Oct. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FELLA WITH AN UMBRELLA, A

31 Dec. 1947 Rec. L 4796-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

12 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Skylarks, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FERRY-BOAT SERENADE, THE

21 Nov. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FEUDIN' AND FIGHTIN'

30 Apr. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Groucho Marx, Dorothy Shay, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 May 1947 Rec. W 73909-A

The Jesters, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra

8 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

29 Oct. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

5 Oct. 1960 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Rosemary Clooney, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

FIDDLE DEE DEE

4 Mar. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns & Mischa Auer, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FIFTH MARINES' HYMN, THE See: the Marines' hymn

FIFTY-NINTH STREET BRIDGE SONG

Also known as: Feelin' Groovy

15 Feb. 1969 TV. “Feelin' groovy at Marine world”

Orchestra

FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY

Jan.-Mar. 1939 Film a cap. "East Side Of Heaven"

FIGARO

See also: Philco sung commercial (2 Apr. 1947)

7 Jan. 1948 Rad. a cap. “Philco Radio Time”.

FIGHTING SONS OF THE NAVY

6 Mar. 1943 Con. Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona

Orchestra

FILLA-GA-DUSHA SONG, THE See: Rose O’Day

FINE AND DANDY

1958 Rec. date. For radio use

Buddy Cole & His Trio

This recording used in the following shows:

7 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 243

18 Apr. 1960 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 36

28 Nov. 1961 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 457

10 Jan. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 488

23 Apr. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 561

28 May 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 586

23 Jul. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 626

28 Aug. 1962 Rad. “The Bing Crosby-Rosemary Clooney Show” # 652

FINE ROMANCE, A

19 Aug. 1936 Rec. DLA 588-A

Dixie Lee Crosby, Victor Young and his Orchestra

12 Nov. 1936 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra

10 May 1945 Rad. Med. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

See also: Medley From Swing Time

7 Apr. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Fred Astaire, Peggy Lee, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE Also known as: Things Ain't What They Used To Be

11 Dec. 1961 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show” (Wembley)

Miriam Karlin, Orchestra conducted by Peter Knight

FIRST FAMILY OF CHRISTMAS, THE

16 Nov. 1970 Rec. DL 102

Jack Halloran and the Voices of Christmas, Orchestra conducted by Les Brown

FIRST NOEL, THE See: The First Nowell

FIRST NOWELL, THE

11 May 1949 Rec. L 5008-A

The Ken Lane Singers, Victor Young and his Orchestra

21 Dec. 1949 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 Dec. 1951 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

25 Dec. 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

20 Dec. 1953 Rad. Med. “The Bing Crosby Show for General Electric”.

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1955 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

24 Dec. 1957 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

Dec. 1961 Rad. “A Christmas Sing With Bing”.

The Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston and his Orchestra

14 Dec. 1971 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

14 Dec. 1972 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

13 Dec. 1973 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

FIRST SNOWFALL, THE

22 Nov. 1955 Rec. L 8806

Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Buddy Cole and his Orchestra

FISHING SONG

28 Jan. 1968 TV. a cap. Par. "The American Sportsman"

Phil Harris

FIVE FOOT TWO, EYES OF BLUE

29 Nov. 1950 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

The Firehouse Five Plus Two conducted by Ward Kimball

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12804

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

FIVE MINUTES MORE

6 Nov. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and Chorus

20 Nov. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra and Chorus

11 Dec. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FIVE O'CLOCK WHISTLE

19 Dec. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FIVE STEP, THE

16 Aug. 1927 Rec. A 39569-2

16 Aug. 1927 Rec. A 39569-3

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

FLAT FOOT FLOOGIE, THE

30 Jun. 1938 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Bob Burns, Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FLATTERY

20 Mar. 1961 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show”.

Carol Lawrence, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra

Includes: Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey? and Too Marvellous For Words

10 Nov. 1969 TV. “The Carol Burnett Show”.

Carol Burnett, directed by Harry Zimmermann

FLIGHT OF FANCY, A

Oct.-Dec. 1951 Film "Just For You"

Orchestra directed by Emil Newman

Deleted from the soundtrack

14 Feb. 1952 Rec. L 6643-A

Camarata and his Orchestra

FLIPPITY FLOP

7 Jan. 1930 Rad.  “Old Gold” broadcast

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra

FLOATING DOWN THE OLD GREEN RIVER See: I've Been Floating Down The Old Green River

FLORES NEGRAS See: You're The Moment Of A Lifetime and: Ford sung commercial (21 Sep. 1957, 17 Mar. 1958)

FLOW GENTLY, SWEET AFTON

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11731

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

FOLKS WHO LIVE ON THE HILL, THE

20 Sep. 1937 Rec. DLA 940-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Nov. 1937 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FOOL ME SOME MORE

20 Oct. 1930 Rec. PB 61047-3

Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra

9-15 Sep. 1932 Con. Fox Theatre, San Francisco

Eddie Lang (guitar); Orchestra

16-19 Sep. 1932 Con. Fox Theatre, Oakland

Eddie Lang (guitar); Orchestra

FOOL ON THE HILL, THE

23 Oct. 1968 TV. Med. “The Bing Crosby Special”

The Supremes, Mitchell Ayres Orchestra

FOOLS RUSH IN (WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD)

18 Jul. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Aug. 1940 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FOOTBALL SONG, THE

23 Sep. 1943 Rad. a cap. “Kraft Music Hall”

Leo 'Ukie' Sherin

FOR ALL WE KNOW

9 Oct. 1934 Rad. Frag.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

9 Oct. 1934 Rad.  “Bing Crosby Entertains” (the Woodbury series)

Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra

FOR HE'S A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW Also known as: He's A Jolly Good Fellow

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11740

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11740

Children’s chorus added

FOR LOVE ALONE Also known as: I Have So Little To Give

10 Aug. 1936 Rec. DLA 550-A

Victor Young and his Orchestra

FOR ME AND MY GAL

17 Dec. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

4 Feb. 1943 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

Jun. 1944 Film Made for Army Signal Corps Title ??Corps. Title ???

Community Sing, with male chorus, piano and Hammond organ, led by Bing.

1945 Rec. Med.V-Disc Army 423-B Navy 203-B: Sing-along With The Stars part 4

Community Sing, with male chorus, piano and Hammond organ, led by Bing.

Taken from Army Signal Corps film

Also issued as a Sing-Along record matrix VP1257-B42373

6 Oct. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 May 1952 Rad. “The Bing Crosby Show for Chesterfield”.

Judy Garland, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Dec. 1971 TV. Med. “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas”.

Orchestra directed by Nick Perito

FOR MY GOOD FORTUNE

1 Oct. 1958 TV. “The Bing Crosby Show for Oldsmobile”.

Dean Martin, Mahalia Jackson, Chorus, Buddy Cole and his Orchestra

FOR SENTIMENTAL REASONS See: (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons

FOR WANT OF A NAIL

25 Apr. 1957 Rec.

Arthur Norman and his Orchestra and Choir

FOR WHAT?

Jan.-Mar. 1947 Film "Road to Rio"

Bob Hope, unknown accompaniment

Deleted from the soundtrack

18 Jun. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Bob Hope, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FOR YOU

Aug. 1931 Film "Billboard Girl"

Orchestra

FOR YOU, FOR ME, FOREVERMORE

11 Dec. 1946 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

8 Jan. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Feb. 1947 Rad. Here's to veterans 34

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FORD GIVES MORE CONVERTIBLE VALUE See: Ford sung commercial (3 Apr. 1958)

FORD ROAD SHOW THEME, THE See: You're Ahead In A Ford (All The Way)

FORD SUNG COMMERCIAL

24 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 18

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Baby Me

28 Sep. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 20

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Row, Row Row

2 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 24

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on When The Saints Go Marching In

6 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 28

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Heartaches By The Number

8 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 29

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Little Girl

10 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 30

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dear Old Donegal

13 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 33

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Put It There, Pal

19 Oct. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 37

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Between Eighteenth And Nineteenth On Chestnut Street

27 Oct. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 44

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on The Old Piano Roll Blues

1 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 47

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Around The World

2 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 48

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Around The World

3 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 49

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Along The Navajo Trail

10 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 54

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Along The Navajo Trail

21 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 63

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Daisy Belle

27 Nov. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 68

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on As Time Goes By

1 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 71

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on As Time Goes By

8 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 76

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on When You Were Sweet Sixteen, Also Named: Cruis-O-Matic Song

9 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 78

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Red River Valley

17 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 84

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Nobody's Darlin' But Mine

22 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 88

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

27 Dec. 1957 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 91

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Funiculi Funicula

5 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 99

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Red River Valley

12 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 104

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Heartaches By The Number

16 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 107

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on As Time Goes By

20 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 111

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Between Eighteenth And Nineteenth On Chestnut Street

26 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 116

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Between Eighteenth And Nineteenth On Chestnut Street

28 Jan. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 117

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Heartaches By The Number

1 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 119

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on In A Little Spanish Town

5 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 123

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Between Eighteenth And Nineteenth On Chestnut Street

13 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 129

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dance, Ballerina, Dance

17 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 133

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Nobody's Darlin' But Mine

22 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 136

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Daisy Belle

23 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 137

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

23 Feb. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 138

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Nobody's Darlin' But Mine

8 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 147

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Little Girl

16 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 153

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Little Girl

19 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 156

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dance, Ballerina, Dance

22 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 158

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Heartaches By The Number

27 Mar. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 162

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on The Old Piano Roll Blues

3 Apr. 1958 Rad. Rec Date. “The Ford Road Show” #

Buddy Cole & His Trio

From A Recording Session, Palm Springs

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief; Also named: Ford Gives More Convertible Value

3 Apr. 1958 Rad. Rec Date. The Ford Road Show

Buddy Cole & His Trio

From A Recording Session, Palm Springs

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?; Also Named: Now If You Want A Wagon

3 Apr. 1958 Rad. Rec Date. The Ford Road Show

Buddy Cole & His Trio

From A Recording Session, Palm Springs

parody on Papa Won't You Dance With Me?; Also Named: Everybody's Eyeing Ford

4 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 168

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Between Eighteenth And Nineteenth On Chestnut Street

6 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 170

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Funiculi Funicula

13 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 176

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Little Girl

16 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 178

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

19 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 180

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dance, Ballerina, Dance

26 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 185

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on The Old Piano Roll Blues

27 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 186

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

30 Apr. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 189

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

2 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 190

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

4 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 192

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

10 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 196

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

11 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 198

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Funiculi Funicula

14 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 200

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

16 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 201

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?

18 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 204

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dance, Ballerina, Dance

22 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 206

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Funiculi Funicula

25 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 208

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Funiculi Funicula

30 May 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 212

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?

1 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 215

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dance, Ballerina, Dance

9 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 221

Rosemary Clooney, Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on The Things We Did Last Summer

11 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 223

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Heartaches By The Number

15 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 225

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?

17 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 227

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

21 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 229

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

22 Jun. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 230

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Little Girl

1 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 238

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dance, Ballerina, Dance

3 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 239

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

6 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 241

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

9 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 244

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

11 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 245

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

13 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 248

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

15 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 249

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

19 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 251

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Little Girl

25 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 256

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Dance, Ballerina, Dance

27 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 258

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

27 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 259

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

29 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 260

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?

31 Jul. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 261

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?

3 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 264

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on The Things We Did Last Summer

4 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 265

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Little Girl

8 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 267

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Heartaches By The Number

10 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 270

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?

12 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 271

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on The Things We Did Last Summer

14 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 272

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?

17 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 274

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Why Don't You Do Right?

18 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 276

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Papa, Won't You Please Come Home?

23 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 279

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief

24 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 280

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?

26 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 282

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?

30 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 284

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?

31 Aug. 1958 Rad. “The Ford Road Show” # 285

Buddy Cole & His Trio

parody on Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?

FOREVER AND EVER

30 Apr. 1962 Rec. Med. E 12812

Orchestral and Choral arrangements by Bob Thompson, Jack Halloran and Peter Matz

FOREVERMORE Also known as: Lei Aloha, Lei Makamae

21 Aug. 1963 Rec. 2320

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

FORSAKING ALL OTHERS

8 Feb. 1951 Rec. L 6044-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

1432 FRANKLIN PIKE CIRCLE HERO

21 Dec. 1968 TV. “Hollywood Palace”.

Glen Campbell, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

FORTY-FIVE MINUTES FROM BROADWAY

20/28 Dec. 1960 Rec. Med.C 11732

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Jack Halloran

FOUR WALLS

29 Oct. 1963 Rec. 50795

Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Bill Justis

FOUR WINDS AND THE SEVEN SEAS, THE

6 Jun. 1949 Rec. W 74987-A

Carmen Cavallaro; piano

FRANCES

25 Nov. 1967 TV. Med. “The Jackie Gleason Show”.

Jackie Gleason and his Orchestra

FRANGIPANI BLOSSOM

21 Aug. 1963 Rec. 2323

Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

FREEDOM TRAIN, THE

29 May 1947 Rec. 73927-A

The Andrews Sisters, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra

19 Nov. 1947 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, the Ken Darby Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

14 Jan. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FRENCH SONG PARODY

13 May 1967 TV. Med. “Hollywood Palace”.

Don Ameche, Frances Langford, the Hollywood Palace Orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres

FRENESI

9 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Jan. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Connie Boswell, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

23 Feb. 1941 Rad. Gulf Screen Guild Theatre: Altar Bound

Orchestra led by Oscar Bradley

23 Jun. 1975 Rec.

Orchestra conducted by Paul Smith

FRERE JACQUES

See also: Round medley

Sep. 1952- Feb. 1953 Film "Little Boy Lost"

Claude Dauphin, Christian Fourcade, unknown accompaniment

17 Mar. 1976 Con. Med. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle

2 Jun. 1976 Con. Med. The New Masonic Lodge Building, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Joe Bushkin

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

Rehearsal

21 Jun. 1976-4 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The London Palladium

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

12-13 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

15-16 Jul. 1976 Con. Med. The Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Pete Moore

26 Nov. 1976 Con. Med. The Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

6-19 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. The Uris Theatre, New York

The Crosby Family, Orchestra conducted by Billy Byers

21 Dec. 1976 Con. Med. Laguna Honda Home, San Francisco

The Crosby Family, Bob Moonan; piano

FRIEND OF YOURS, A

19 Jul. 1944 Rec. L 3463-A

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1945 Rec. V-Disc Army 463-A Navy 243-A

Chorus, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

1945 Rec. Publicity Disc for The Great John L

          Piano accompaniment

17 May 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

26 Apr. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

28 Jun. 1945 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

2 Jul. 1945 Rad. “The Bell Telephone Hour”.

Donald Voorhees and his Orchestra

6 Jul. 1945 Rad. Ray Bolger Show

Orchestra

20 Aug. 1945 Rad. Hedda Hopper's Hollywood

Studio Orchestra

FRIENDLY ISLANDS, THE

23 Jun. 1950 Rec. L 5700-A

The Jeff Alexander Chorus, Victor Young and his Orchestra

FRIENDLY MOUNTAINS, THE

Jun.-Sep. 1946 Film "The Emperor Waltz"

Chorus, Orchestra

17 Mar. 1947 Rec. L 4371-A

Mixed Chorus, Victor Young and his Orchestra

28 Apr. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Rhythmaires, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

19 May 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

The Skylarks, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FRIENDLY PERSUASION Also known as: Thee I Love

26-28 Mar. 1968 Rec. LW(S) 347-A

Orchestra conducted by Geoff Love

FRIENDLY TAVERN POLKA, THE

27 Feb. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

13 Mar. 1941 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

The Music Maids, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FRIENDSHIP

30 Apr. 1942 Rad. “Kraft Music Hall”.

Mary Martin, Susan Hayward, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

24 Nov. 1948 Rad. “Philco Radio Time”.

Ken Carpenter, Bert Lahr, Dorothy Kirsten, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra

FROM BOTH SIDES NOW See: Both Sides Now

FROM MONDAY ON

12 Jan. 1928 Rec. A 41612-1

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys

12 Jan. 1928 Rec. A 41612-3

Paul Whiteman’s Rhythm Boys