A Bing Crosby Discography
 
Part 5a - Issue Index CDs

Generated on Sat, 31 Dec 2016

Title: THE IMMORTAL BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: AVID (UK)     Cat. Num.: AVC 535
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:19 13/6/1933 B791-A Blue Prelude (Gordon Jenkins, Joe Bishop)
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)
03:25 18/2/1928 BVE41696-2 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
03:28 4/5/1931 LA1037-A Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
02:55 25/5/1932 JC8635-1 Cabin In The Cotton (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Perkins)
03:00 21/1/1938 DLA1151-A The Moon Of Manakoora (Frank Loesser, Alfred Newman)
03:19 2/3/1931 PBVE61078-2 Just A Gigolo (Irving Caesar, Julius Brammer, Leonello Cassucci)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
03:00 9/11/1934 DLA72-A Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)
03:38 19/1/1931 PBVE61068-2 I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
03:11 8/8/1934 DLA8-A Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
03:06 26/1/1933 B12991-A I've Got The World On A String (Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
02:56 5/10/1934 DLA65-A The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
03:05 14/8/1935 39857-A I Wished On The Moon (Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger)
02:50 10/6/1928 W146316-9 Tain't So Honey, 'tain't So (Willard Robison)
02:56 14/10/1938 C91511-A You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
02:49 31/3/1939 DLA1742-A If I Had My Way (Lou Klein, James Kendis)
03:29 27/9/1933 LA22-A Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
02:28 19/8/1931 E37086-A Dancing In The Dark (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
02:45 14/3/1933 B13151-A Here Is My Heart (Pat Ballard, Henderson)
03:12 26/1/1929 W401562-C My Kinda Love (Jo Trent, Louis Alter)
03:04 29/7/1936 DLA478-A Let's Call A Heart A Heart (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)

Bing Crosby (voc, vbk), Irene Taylor (voc), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Victor Young (dir), Harry Barris, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Al Rinker, Austin Young (vbk), Bill Challis, Jimmie Grier, Glenn Miller, Tom Satterfield (arr), Bix Beiderbecke (cn), Bunny Berigan (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, bss), Jimmy Dorsey, Izzy Friedman (cl), Harry Barris, Joe Sullivan (pno), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY - "WE'RE JUST WILD ABOUT HARRY"
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BING CROSBY RADIO     Cat. Num.: BCR-01
      24/2/1944 KMH 323 It's Only A Paper Moon (Rose, Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      20/1/1944 KMH 318 You Brought A New Kinda Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
      13/1/1944 KMH 317 Candlelight And Wine
      6/4/1944 KMH 327 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      19/8/1943 KMH 301 Nevada (Mort Greene, Walter Donaldson)
      16/9/1943 KMH 305 Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey (Mc Cree, Albert von Tilzer)
      6/1/1944 KMH 316 My Ideal (Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard A Whiting)
      17/2/1944 KMH 322 After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      22/3/1945 KMH 364 After Awhile
      1/2/1945 KMH 357 I'm Making Believe (Mack Gordon, James V Monaco)
      23/9/1943 KMH 306 Cuddle Up A Little Closer (Otto Harbach, Karl Hoschna)
      30/3/1944 KMH 326 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      20/7/1944 KMH 342 Side By Side (Harry M. Woods)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Can'tcha Tell?
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 It Was Wonderful Then
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 All Through the Night (trad) (Welsh trad.)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Maria Elena (SK "Bob" Russell, Barcelata)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Someone Else May Be There When I'm Gone
      10/11/1938 KMH 119 At Long Last Love
      13/4/1939 KMH 141 I'm Building A Sailboat Of Dreams (Dave Franklin, Cliff Friend)
      5/1/1939 KMH 127 I'm Just Wild About Harry (Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake)
      30/12/1943 KMH 315 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)

Bing Crosby, Marilyn Maxwell (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - I WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CAPITOL-AXIS (Australia)     Cat. Num.: CDAX 260300
      5/10/1962 E12900 Winter Wonderland (Felix Bernard, Dick Smith)
      5/10/1962 E12901 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane)
      5/10/1962 E12902 What Child Is This? (Trad, William Chatterton Dix)
      5/10/1962 E12902 The Holly And The Ivy (Trad)
      5/10/1962 E12903 The Little Drummer Boy (Katherine Davis, Henry Onorati, Harry Simeone)
      5/10/1962 E12904 O Holy Night (John Sullivan Dwight, Adolphe Charles Adam)
      5/10/1962 E12905 The Littlest Angel (Mack David, Simon Rady)
      5/10/1962 E12906 Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
      5/10/1962 E12907 Hark The Herald Angels Sing (Charles Wesley, Felix Mendelssohn)
      5/10/1962 E12907 It Came Upon The Midnight Clear (Richard Storrs Willis, Revd Edmund Hamilton Sears)
      5/10/1962 E12908 Frosty The Snowman (Jack Rollins, Steve Nelson)
      5/10/1962 E12909 Pat A Pan (Bernard de la Monnoye)
      5/10/1962 E12909 While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks (George Frederic Handel, Nahum Tate)
      5/10/1962 E12910 I Wish You A Merry Christmas (Trad, Willys Peck Kent)

Bing Crosby (voc), Chorus (vgr), Jack Halloran Orchestra, Peter Matz and his Orchestra, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: THE BING CROSBY STORY Volume 1: The Early Jazz Years 1928-1932 Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CBS SPECIAL PRODUCTS (US)     Cat. Num.: A2 201 A202     Volumes: 2
03:10 20/1/1928 W400034-A Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
02:24 19/6/1928 W146336-6 Wa-Da-Da (Everybody's Doing It Now) (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
02:50 10/6/1928 W146316-9 Tain't So Honey, 'tain't So (Willard Robison)
03:12 10/11/1928 W147500-3 My Suppressed Desire (Ned Miller, Chester Cohn)
03:13 22/12/1928 W147540-7 Makin' Whoopee! (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
02:50 28/12/1928 W147545-3 I'll Get By (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
03:09 25/1/1929 W401557-C If I Had You (Ted Shapiro, James Campbell, Reg Connelly)
03:12 25/1/1929 W401556-B Susianna (Spencer Williams)
03:18 26/1/1929 W401561-B Let's Do It, Let's Fall In Love (Cole Porter)
03:12 26/1/1929 W401560-B The Spell Of The Blues (Dave Dreyer, Arthur Johnston, Harry Ruby)
03:09 14/3/1929 W148073-3 My Kinda Love (Jo Trent, Louis Alter)
03:16 14/3/1929 W148074-3 Till We Meet (Lou Davis, Ted FioRito)
03:23 15/3/1929 W148086-3 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
03:25 10/4/1929 W148428-2 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
03:10 24/5/1929 W148619-2 I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (Sam M Lewis, Ralph Erwin, Joe Young)
03:03 24/5/1929 W148620-1 Baby Oh Where Can You Be? (Ted Koehler, Frank Magine)

Bing Crosby (voc, cym), Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris and Al Rinker) (vgr), The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, The Ipana Troubadours, Sam Lanin's Famous Players and Singers, Frank Trumbauer and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Sam Lanin (dir), Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Al Rinker, Austin Young (vbk), Roy Bargy (arr, pno), Bill Challis, Ferde Grofe, Glenn Miller (arr), Bix Beiderbecke, Andy Secrest (cn), Bob Effros, Manny Klein (tr), Tommy Dorsey, Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, bss, spk), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Harry Barris, Arthur Schutt (pno), Eddie Lang, Edward Quinn (gtr), Matty Malneck (vla)


Title: THE BING CROSBY STORY Volume 1: The Early Jazz Years 1928-1932 Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CBS SPECIAL PRODUCTS (US)     Cat. Num.: A2 201 A203     Volumes: 2
02:59 27/9/1929 W149066-3 Can't We Be Friends? (Paul James, Kay Swift)
03:20 9/10/1929 W149125-3 Without A Song (William Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans)
03:06 27/9/1929 W149067-3 Gay Love (Sidney Clare, Oscar Levant)
02:57 16/10/1929 W149150-4 If I Had A Talking Picture Of You (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
03:05 18/10/1929 W149153-3 After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
02:49 25/10/1932 B12505-A Sweet Sue, Just You (Will J Harris, Victor Young)
03:09 23/3/1930 W149827-4 You Brought A New Kinda Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
03:20 22/3/1930 W149824-4 Livin' In The Sunlight, Lovin' In The Moonlight (Al Sherman, Al Lewis)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-A St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-B St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)
03:15 16/2/1932 B11292-A How Long Will It Last? (Max Lief, Joseph Meyer)
02:56 23/2/1932 B11331-A My Woman (Bing Crosby, Irving Wallman, Max Wartell)
03:01 15/3/1932 B11480-A Paradise (Gordon Clifford, Nacio Herb Brown)
05:22 13/4/1932 BX11701-A Lawd You Made The Night Too Long (Sam M Lewis, Victor Young)
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-A Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
02:55 25/5/1932 JC8635-1 Cabin In The Cotton (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Perkins)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Boswell Sisters (vgr), Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Don Redman and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Bill Challis, Ferde Grofe, Horace Henderson, William Grant Still (arr), Lennie Hayton (arr, pno, cel), Andy Secrest (cn), Manny Klein, Charles Margulis, Cootie Williams (tr), Lawrence Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Joe Nanton, Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges (tsx), Barney Bigard, Chester (Chet) Hazlett (cl), Roy Bargy, Duke Ellington (pno), Fred Guy, Eddie Lang (gtr), Matty Malneck, Joe Venuti (vln), Red Norvo (xyl), Larry Gomar (dms)


Title: BING CROSBY - SONGS I WISH I HAD SUNG (The First Time Around)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: DECCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: 25P2 2832
      17/4/1956 L9150-A April Showers (Louis Silvers, B G (Buddy) De Sylva)
      17/4/1956 L9157-A When My Baby Smiles At Me (Ted Lewis, Billy Munro, Andrew B Sterling)
      17/4/1956 L9154-A My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
      18/4/1956 L9162 A Little Kiss Each Morning (Harry M. Woods)
      17/4/1956 L9152 Prisoner Of Love (Leo Robin, Russ Columbo, Clarence Gaskill)
      17/4/1956 L9156 Ain't Misbehavin' (Harry Brooks, Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller)
      17/4/1956 L9155 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      18/4/1956 L9163 This Love Of Mine (Sol Parker, Henry Sanicola, Frank Sinatra)
      18/4/1956 L9165 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      17/4/1956 L9151 Blues In The Night (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      18/4/1956 L9164 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
02:59 17/4/1956 L9153-A Memories Are Made Of This (Terry Gilkyson, Richard Dehr, Frank Miller)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires (vgr), Jack Pleis and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: THE BING CROSBY STORY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: DEJA VU     Cat. Num.: DVRECD
      28/10/1937 KMH 77 Marie (Irving Berlin)
      4/11/1937 KMH 78 The Folks Who Live On The Hill (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      4/11/1937 KMH 78 When You Wore A Tulip (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
      11/11/1937 KMH 79 If It's The Last Thing I Do (Sammy Cahn, Sauil Chaplin)
      11/11/1937 KMH 79 The Moon Got In My Eyes (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      11/11/1937 KMH 79 I Don't Want To Get Well (Harry Jentes)
      25/11/1937 KMH 81 I Still Love To Kiss You Goodnight (Walter Bullock, Harold Spina)
      25/11/1937 KMH 81 When You Dream About Hawaii (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Sid Silvers)
      2/12/1937 KMH 82 Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 The Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (Arthur Swanstone, Charles McCarron, Carey Morgan)
      20/11/1952 GEC 7 The Glow Worm (Paul Lincke, Johnny Mercer)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Music Maids, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Perry Botkin (gtr)


Title: EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: DOUBLE PLAY     Cat. Num.: GRF016
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 The Girl In The Bonnet Of Blue
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam (Irving Berlin)
      17/11/1938 KMH 120 I Dreamt That I Dwelt In Marble Halls (Victor Herbert)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 The Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (Arthur Swanstone, Charles McCarron, Carey Morgan)
      9/10/1952 GEC 1 Feet Up, Pat Him On The Po-Po
      20/11/1952 GEC 7 The Glow Worm (Paul Lincke, Johnny Mercer)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Reaves, George Evans)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 Ps I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Great Day (William Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie, J Fred Coots)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Music Maids, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - BIG BAND DAYS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ECHO - WAVELENGTH     Cat. Num.: EJCD12
      6/11/1946 Philco 4 Five Minutes More
      11/12/1946 Philco 9 Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael, Jack Brooks)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 If This Isn't Love (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Burton Lane)
      25/10/1950 Chesterfield 39 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 Wish You Were Here (Harold J Rome)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (Willet)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Reaves, George Evans)
      16/4/1953 GEC 28 Here Ends The Rainbow (Waiting For Thee) (Also k/a The Hawaiian Wedding Song) (Johnny Burke, Charles E King)

Bing Crosby, George Kainapau (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), George Kainapau Serenaders (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING 'N' BASIE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMARCY RECORDS (US)     Cat. Num.: 824 705-2
03:45 14/3/1972 DL275 Gentle On My Mind (John Hartford)
03:19 14/3/1972 DL277 Everything Is Beautiful (Ray Stevens)
02:36 14/3/1972 DL278 Going To Build A Mountain (Anthony Newley, Leslie Bricusse)
02:43 14/3/1972 DL273 Sunrise, Sunset (Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick)
02:32 14/3/1972 DL282 Hanging Loose (Sammy Nestico, Johnny Mercer)
03:01 14/3/1972 DL272 All His Children (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Henry Mancini)
03:12 14/3/1972 DL281 Put Your Hand In The Hand (Gene Maclellan)
02:56 14/3/1972 DL276 Snowbird (Gene Maclellan)
03:15 14/3/1972 DL274 Little Green Apples (Bobby Russell)
03:23 14/3/1972 DL280 Sugar Don't You Know (Peggy Lee, Louis Bellson, Jack Hayes)
02:55 14/3/1972 DL271 Have A Nice Day (Nestico, Mercer) (Sammy Nestico, Johnny Mercer)

Bing Crosby (voc), Count Basie and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - 16 CLASSIC PERFORMANCES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (Australia)     Cat. Num.: 1572742
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:06 26/1/1933 B12991-A I've Got The World On A String (Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:06 22/10/1933 LA69-A Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
03:07 23/2/1937 DLA723-A Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:20 27/8/1933 LA1-A Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:17 11/12/1933 LA89-A Did You Ever See A Dream Walking? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
02:53 23/11/1931 E37373-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:23 2/3/1931 PBVE61077-2 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
02:35 26/5/1932 JC8641-1 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
03:12 14/10/1932 B12474-A A Ghost Of A Chance (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
03:13 8/8/1934 DLA9-A Someday Sweetheart (John C Spikes, Benjamin Spikes)

Bing Crosby (voc), Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra (orc), Bunny Berigan, Frank Guarente (tr), Will Bradley, Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Max Farley (tsx), Harry Barris, Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco, Joe Sullivan (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: DICK TRACY IN B FLAT
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: 7243 53950927
      15/2/1945 CP 162 Happy, Happy, Happy Wedding Day (Meredith Willson)
      15/2/1945 CP 162 Whose Dream Are You? (Meredith Willson)
      15/2/1945 CP 162 parody Barnacle Bill The Sailor
      15/2/1945 CP 162 reprise Whose Dream Are You? (Meredith Willson)
      15/2/1945 CP 162 parody All The Things You Are (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      15/2/1945 CP 162 parody Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      15/2/1945 CP 162 finale Happy, Happy, Happy Wedding Day (Meredith Willson)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Supporting Cast (voc), The AFRS Orchestra (orc), Meredith Willson (dir)


Title: LEGENDS OF THE 20th CENTURY - BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: 7243 5 2281527
      8/4/1957 16694-1 Man On Fire (Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-100 Sugar (Maceo Pinkard, Edna Alexander, Sidney Mitchell)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-101 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-102 Let's Sing Like A Dixieland Band (Alan Bergman)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-103 Brother Bill (Louis Armstrong)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-104 Muskrat Ramble (Edward "Kid" Ory, Ray Gilbert)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-105 Dardanella (Felix Bernard, Johnny S. Black, Fred Fisher)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-106 Bye Bye Blues (Fred Hamm, Bert Lown, Dave Bennett, Chauncey Gray)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-107 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-109 Rocky Mountain Moon (Johnny Mercer)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-111 At The Jazz Band Ball (Nick La Rocca, Johnny Mercer, Ernest Shields)
      25/8/1960 60-XY-939 Incurably Romantic (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      25/8/1960 60-XY-940 The Second Time Around (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
02:46 8/5/1961 L12775 C'est Ci Bon (Henri Betti, Andre Hornez, Jerry Seelen)
02:25 8/5/1961 L12776 Under Paris Skies (Hubert Giraud, Jean Drejac, James Kimble Gannon)
02:16 8/5/1961 L12777 Morgen (Peter Moesser, Noel Sherman)
03:03 8/5/1961 L12779 April In Portugal (Raul Ferrao, Jimmy Kennedy)
02:45 9/5/1961 L12782 Never On Sunday (Manos Hadjidakis, Billy Towne)
02:23 9/5/1961 L12783 Pigalle (Georges Ulmer, Georges Koger, Charles Newman)
02:32 9/5/1961 L12786 Domenica (Pietro Garinei, Bing Crosby, Sandro Giovanni, Gorni Kramer)
      1/9/1961 DRF29065 Team Work (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      15/8/1964 52669 That Travellin' Two Beat (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      2/12/1964 53118 Come To The Mardi Gras (Max Bulhoes, Milton De Olivierra, Jimmy Shirl, Ervin Drake)
      2/12/1964 53119 Ciao, Ciao, Bambino (Domenico Mondugno, Eduardo Verde, Mitchell Parrish)
      2/12/1964 53121 I Get Ideas (Dorcas Cochran, Julio Sanders)

Louis Armstrong, Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope (voc), Robert Farnon Orchestra, Pete King and his Orchestra, Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra, Billy May and his Orchestra, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: A LITTLE BIT OF IRISH
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: GOLDEN OLDEN (Ireland)     Cat. Num.: GORCD 101
      20/9/1966 GOR-101 Molly Malone (Trad)
      20/9/1966 GOR-102 Come Back To Erin (Claribel)
      20/9/1966 GOR-103 Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
      20/9/1966 Reprise Molly Malone (Trad)
      20/9/1966 GOR-104 The Isle Of Innisfree (Richard Farrelly)
      20/9/1966 GOR-105 McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
      20/9/1966 GOR-106 When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Ernest R Ball, George Graff, Chauncey Olcott)
03:05 2/12/1938 DLA1605-A When You're Away (Henry Blossom, Victor Herbert)
02:51 2/12/1938 DLA1606-A Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life (Rida Johnson Young, Victor Herbert)
03:12 2/12/1938 DLA1607-A Sweethearts (Robert Bache Smith, Victor Herbert)
02:55 2/12/1938 DLA1608-A Thine Alone (Henry Blossom, Victor Herbert)
03:02 9/12/1938 DLA1624-A Gypsy Love Song (Harry B Smith, Victor Herbert)
03:08 9/12/1938 DLA1625-A I'm Falling In Love With Someone (Rida Johnson Young, Victor Herbert)
      19/11/1947 Philco 44 Indian Summer (Victor Herbert, Al Dubin)
      5/10/1949 Chesterfield 3 The Donovans (Alicia Adelaide Needham, Francis A Fahy, Walter Kent)
      14/3/1951 Chesterfield 59 St Patrick's Day Parade (Johnny Lange, Hy Heath)
      21/9/1949 Chesterfield 1 Top O' The Morning (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      17/3/1948 Philco 61 That Tumbledown Shack In Athlone (Monte Carlo, Richard W Pascoe, Alma Sanders)
      17/3/1948 Philco 61 Dear Old Donegal (Wood, Sammy Gallop)
      19/11/1947 Philco 44 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
      9/4/1947 Philco 26 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      13/5/1937 KMH 66 So Do I Love You (G)
      13/5/1937 KMH 66 Shannon River (G)

Bing Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, Dorothy Kirsten, Frances Langford, Count John McCormack, Dermot O'Brien, Milo O'Shea (voc), The Guiness Choir, The Little Dublin Singers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), Radio Eireann Light Orchestra, Conducted by Buddy Bregman, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc), Edwin Schneider (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY & FRIENDS- The Radio Years
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: HALLMARK (UK)     Cat. Num.: HALLMARK 303372
      3/6/1944 CP 122 (parody) Sonny Boy (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      17/5/1944 Mail Call 91 The Groaner, The Canary and the Nose
      27/10/1948 Philco 77 You Came A Long Way From St Louis (SK "Bob" Russell, John Benson Brooks)
      1/12/1948 Philco 82 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      30/3/1949 Philco 99 Clancy Lowered The Boom (Jim O'neill)
      20/4/1949 Philco 102 Hand Holdin' Music (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Isaac Watts)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Lullabye Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      28/2/1951 Chesterfield 57 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)
      18/4/1951 Chesterfield 64 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      27/6/1951 Chesterfield 74 On Top Of Old Smokey (Trad)
      20/2/1952 Chesterfield 95 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      12/3/1952 Chesterfield 98 I Don't Know Why (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 When You Wore A Tulip (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
      11/12/1952 GEC 10 Takes Two To Tango (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning)
      7/2/1954 GEC 59 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)

Lauren Bacall, Rosemary Clooney, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Dennis Day, Jimmy Durante, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Burl Ives, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee, Helen O'connell, Walter O'keefe, Dick Powell, Frank Sinatra, Rudy Vallee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), The AFRS Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: HARRY LILLIS - STEP TO THE REAR (limited circulation)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: HARRY LILLIS (UK)     Cat. Num.: HLYCD-001
      8/4/1957 16693-1 Seven Nights A Week (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      8/4/1957 16694-1 Man On Fire (Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster)
      24/2/1958 HB141 Paris Holiday (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      24/2/1958 HB142 Nothing In Common (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      25/3/1959 RHCO 46131 I Couldn't Care Less (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      25/3/1959 RHCO 46134 Say One For Me (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      25/3/1959 RHCO 46135 The Secret Of Christmas (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      28/1/1960 L2PB0432-7 The Music Of Home (Frank Loesser)
      28/1/1960 L2PB0433-6 The New Ashmoleon Marching Society and Students Conservatory Band (Frank Loesser)
      28/1/1960 L2PB0434-6 It's A Good Day (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      28/1/1960 L2PB0435-4 Aloha Means I Love You (Young, Tableporter)
      25/8/1960 60-XY-939 Incurably Romantic (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      25/8/1960 60-XY-940 The Second Time Around (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      29/7/1963 2184 Fugue For Tinhorns (Frank Loesser)
      29/7/1963 2184 The Oldest Established Floating Crapgame (Frank Loesser)
      8/8/1963 2162 Something Sort Of Grandish (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      8/8/1963 2176-A Younger Than Springtime (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      21/10/1963 F50737-1 Christmas Dinner Country Style (Grace Saxon, Ralph Freed)
      21/10/1963 F50738-1 Do You Hear What I Hear? (Noel Regney, Grace Saxon)
      28/9/1965 HX3752 The White World Of Winter (Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parrish)
      9/5/1966 Far From Home (John Morris, Gerald Freedman)
      9/5/1966 How Green Was My Valley (John Morris, Gerald Freedman)
      31/10/1967 K6244-1B Step To The Rear (Carolyn Leigh, Elmer Bernstein)
      31/10/1967 K6247-1A What Do We Do With The World (SK "Bob" Russell, Henry Mancini)
      8/6/1973 DL346 It's Not Where You Start (It's Where You Finish) (Dorothy Fields, Cy Coleman)
      8/6/1973 DL347 Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree (Irwin Levine, L Russell Brown)
      28/12/1972 Christmas Star (Jack Sweeney)
      28/12/1972 We Love Old St Mary's (Robert Emmett Moonan)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dean Martin, LoulieJean Norman, Debbie Reynolds, Frank Sinatra (voc), Chorus (vgr), Sonny Burke Orchestra, Billy Byers Orchestra, Ralph Carmichael Orchestra, Frank De Vol Orchestra, Ernie Freeman Orchestra, Johnny Keating Orchestra, Pete King and his Orchestra, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra (orc), Pat Bursch (ep), Old St Mary's Choir (cho), Robert Emmett Moonan (org)


Title: HARRY LILLIS - TAKE A LONGER LOOK (limited circulation)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: HARRY LILLIS (UK)     Cat. Num.: HLYCD-002
      1/8/1963 PB-1008 The Tower Of Babel (Peter Farrow, Robert Allen, Diane Lampert)
      1/3/1957 Never Be Afraid (Marilyn Keith, Alan Bergman, Lew Spence)
      16/6/1969 The Human Race (Richard M Sherman, Robert B Sherman)
      1/3/1957 Boy At A Window (Arnold Sundgaard, Alec Wilder)
      27/12/1955 L8895 John Barleycorn (Arthur Schwartz, Maxwell Anderson)
      1/3/1957 For Want Of A Nail (Barer, Fuller)
      19/6/1964 2460 Christmas Candles (Kay O'deal, D Kay)
      2/2/1964 2362 A Home In The Meadow (Sammy Cahn, Robert Emmett Dolan)
      2/2/1964 2473 This Is A Great Country (Irving Berlin)
      19/6/1964 2459 It's Christmas Time Again (James Harwood, Jack Elliott, Sonny Burke)
      1/3/1957 An Incident On Rogers Creek (Arnold Sundgaard, Alec Wilder)
      27/12/1955 MG4574 A Little Love A Little While (Arthur Schwartz, Maxwell Anderson)
      1/3/1957 MSV2031 The Best Dressed Man In The World (Marilyn Keith, Alan Bergman, Lew Spence)
      25/4/1957 They All Lived Happily Ever After (Sammy Cahn, Mary Rodgers)
      25/4/1957 MSV2031-1 I Love You Whoever You Are (Sammy Cahn, Mary Rodgers)
      19/6/1964 2457 Go Tell It On The Mountain (Trad)
      19/6/1964 2458 We Wish You The Merriest (Les Brown)
      2/2/1964 2471 You Never Had It So Good (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      19/6/1964 2461 The Secret Of Christmas (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      1/3/1957 MSV2031-1 How Lovely Is Christmas (Arnold Sundgaard, Alec Wilder)
      27/12/1955 MG4574 Living One Day At A Time (Arthur Schwartz, Maxwell Anderson)
      25/4/1957 MSV2932-1 My Own Individual Star (Sammy Cahn, Mary Rodgers)
      27/12/1955 MG4575 Once Upon A Long Ago (Arthur Schwartz, Maxwell Anderson)
      2/2/1964 2472 This Land Is Your Land (Woodie Guthrie)
      27/12/1955 L8896 When You're In Love (Arthur Schwartz, Maxwell Anderson)
      16/6/1969 Take A Longer Look (Robert B Sherman, Richard M Sherman)

Bing Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, Nathaniel Crosby, Frank Sinatra (voc), Ray Ellis Orchestra, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Arthur Norman Orchestra, Orchestra, Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians (orc), Arthur Norman Choir (chr)


Title: BING CROSBY - A CAVALCADE OF SONG
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: INTERFUSION     Cat. Num.: CD D26291
      4/11/1937 KMH 78 When You Wore A Tulip (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      10/3/1938 KMH 96 Down Where The Trade Winds Blow
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Hometown
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Says My Heart (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (Irving Mills, Duke Ellington, Harry Nemo)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Get Out And Get Under (Abrahams)
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam (Irving Berlin)
      27/10/1938 KMH 117 Garden Of The Moon
      5/10/1939 KMH 153 Oh You Crazy Moon (James Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      19/10/1939 KMH 155 The Man With The Mandolin (James Cavanaugh, John Redmond, Frank Weldon)
      19/10/1939 KMH 155 Blue Orchids (Hoagy Carmichael)
      7/12/1939 KMH 162 Lilacs In The Rain (Mitchell Parrish, Peter De Rose)
      11/1/1940 KMH 167 Looking At The World Through Rose Coloured Glasses (Tommy Malie, Steiger)
      29/2/1940 KMH 174 In An Old Dutch Garden (Mack Gordon, Will Grosz)
      14/3/1940 KMH 176 Love Is All (Tomlin, Tobias)
      11/4/1940 KMH 180 Last Night's Gardenias
      11/4/1940 KMH 180 Tell Me Little Gypsy
      16/5/1940 KMH 185 Angel In Disguise (G Weiss, Mann, James Kimble Gannon)
      13/6/1940 KMH 189 Make Believe Island (Nick A Kenny, Will Grosz, Charles Kenny)
      13/6/1940 KMH 189 She Is The Sunshine Of Virginia (Harry Carroll, Ballard Macdonald)
      20/6/1940 KMH 190 Virginia Lee
      18/7/1940 KMH 193 Fools Rush In (Johnny Mercer, Rube Bloom)
      12/12/1940 KMH 201 I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 You Walk By (Raleigh, Mabel Wayne)
      13/3/1941 KMH 213 Number Ten, Lullabye Lane (Harry Carlton, Harry Warren)
      20/3/1941 KMH 214 May I Never Love Again
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 It Was Wonderful Then
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Maria Elena (SK "Bob" Russell, Barcelata)
      5/6/1941 KMH 224 Play, Fiddle, Play (Lawrence, Altman, Deutsch)
      11/1/1940 KMH 167 Holy Smoke! (Can't You Take A Joke?)
      29/2/1940 KMH 174 Say Si Si (Ernesto Lecuona, Francia Luban, Al Stillman)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby (voc), The Music Maids, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: INTERTAPE     Cat. Num.: 500.027
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 I Got The Sun In The Morning (Irving Berlin)
      11/12/1946 Philco 9 Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael, Jack Brooks)
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 The Old Lamplighter (Harry Tobias, Nat Simons)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Zip A Dee Doo Dah (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 If This Isn't Love (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Burton Lane)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 It's A Good Day (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Reaves, George Evans)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 Ps I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Great Day (William Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie, J Fred Coots)

Bing Crosby (voc), Chorus (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - ON TREASURE ISLAND
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: JSP (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD 703
02:59 12/11/1935 DLA255-A On Treasure Island (Edgar Leslie, Joe Burke)
02:41 16/12/1940 DLA2275-B It Makes No Difference Now (Jimmie Davis, Floyd Tillman)
03:07 25/4/1938 DLA1288-A When Mother Nature Sings Her Lullabye (Larry Yoell, Glenn Brown)
03:12 22/3/1939 DLA1733-A Deep Purple (Mitchell Parrish, Peter De Rose)
03:15 14/6/1941 DLA2440-A The Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi (Byron D Stokes, F Dudleigh Vernon)
02:57 28/2/1937 DLA730-A Never In A Million Years (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:47 25/2/1940 DLA1951-A Devil May Care (Johnny Burke, Harry Warren)
03:10 9/11/1934 DLA73-A Maybe I'm Wrong Again (Jo Trent, Jack Bennett)
03:01 5/10/1934 DLA64-B The Moon Was Yellow (Edgar Leslie, Fred E Ahlert)
03:13 1/7/1940 DLA2013-A Trade Winds (Charles Tobias, Cliff Friend)
02:46 8/7/1941 DLA2516-A Ridin' Down The Canyon (Gene Autry, Smiley Burnett)
03:01 25/4/1938 DLA1289-A Darling Nellie Gray (Benjamin Russ Hanby)
03:05 11/7/1938 DLA1314-A Silver On The Sage (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:04 30/12/1940 DLA2312-A Chapel In The Valley (Johnny Lange, Lew Porter, Leon Rene)
02:59 22/3/1940 DLA1970-A Sierra Sue (Joseph Buell Carey)
02:51 2/12/1938 DLA1606-A Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life (Rida Johnson Young, Victor Herbert)
02:42 9/12/1940 DLA2259-A De Camptown Races (Stephen Collins Foster)
02:51 22/3/1940 DLA1967-B Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Collins Foster)
02:56 10/8/1936 DLA550-A For Love Alone (Pat Thayer, Bruce Siever)
03:10 24/7/1936 DLA462-A So Do I (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:54 25/2/1940 DLA1952-A The Singing Hills (Mack David, Sammy Mysels, Dick Sanford)
03:11 3/12/1940 DLA2253-B It's Always You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:50 21/2/1935 DLA94-B Down By The River (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:12 2/12/1938 DLA1607-A Sweethearts (Robert Bache Smith, Victor Herbert)

Bing Crosby (voc), The King's Men, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc), Eddie Dunstedter (org)


Title: WWII RADIO - Bing Crosby Radio Broadcasts
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: Laserlight 12 310
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Straighten Up And Fly Right (G)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 More And More (Kern, Harburg) (Jerome Kern, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings (G)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Can’t You Hear Me Calling, Caroline? (G)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Let's Start The New Year Right (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Abraham (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Be Careful, It's My Heart (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 I Dream Of You (More Than You Dream I Do) (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 I'm Making Believe (Mack Gordon, James V Monaco)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 A Slip Of The Lip (Can Sink A Ship) (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 What A Difference A Day Made (Maria Grever, Stanley Adams)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Beautiful Saviour (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 God Is Ever Beside Me (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)

Eugenie Baird, Jerry Colonna, Bing Crosby (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir, Kraft Choral Society (chr), Studio Audience (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY - 16 ORIGINAL WORLD HITS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Australia)     Cat. Num.: 256 137-2
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3202-A Poinciana (Song Of The Tree) (Paul Simon, Buddy Bernier)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
02:35 17/2/1944 L3317-A Amor Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
02:53 3/5/1944 L3409-A Long Ago And Far Away (Gershwin/Kern) (Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern)
02:57 11/2/1945 L3738-A You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
03:24 3/1/1950 L5305-A Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (Harry Stone, Jack Stapp)
02:37 7/5/1946 L4169-A A Gal In Calico (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
02:50 27/12/1945 W73255-A Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas, Ray Freedman)
02:26 3/12/1947 L4603-A Ballerina (SK "Bob" Russell, Carl Sigman)
03:05 22/3/1951 L6181-A Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
02:13 9/6/1955 L8849 Mastered 23 Nov.1955 In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis, Joe Young)
02:54 26/10/1949 L5161-A Mule Train (Johnny Lange, Fred Glickman, Hy Heath)
03:01 22/3/1949 L4939-A Riders In The Sky (Stan Jones)
03:00 22/6/1950 L5697-A La Vie En Rose (Louis G Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
02:57 14/9/1945 L3968-A Symphony (Alex Alstone, Jack Lawrence)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, The Jesters (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Matty Matlock and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Perry Botkin (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY - 16 ORIGINAL WORLD HITS - Golden Gate Collection
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Germany)     Cat. Num.: 8.62008 256 137-2
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3202-A Poinciana (Song Of The Tree) (Paul Simon, Buddy Bernier)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
02:35 17/2/1944 L3317-A Amor Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
02:53 3/5/1944 L3409-A Long Ago And Far Away (Gershwin/Kern) (Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern)
02:57 11/2/1945 L3738-A You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
03:24 3/1/1950 L5305-A Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (Harry Stone, Jack Stapp)
02:37 7/5/1946 L4169-A A Gal In Calico (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
02:50 27/12/1945 W73255-A Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas, Ray Freedman)
02:26 3/12/1947 L4603-A Ballerina (SK "Bob" Russell, Carl Sigman)
03:05 22/3/1951 L6181-A Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
02:13 9/6/1955 L8849 Mastered 23 Nov.1955 In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis, Joe Young)
02:54 26/10/1949 L5161-A Mule Train (Johnny Lange, Fred Glickman, Hy Heath)
03:01 22/3/1949 L4939-A Riders In The Sky (Stan Jones)
03:00 22/6/1950 L5697-A La Vie En Rose (Louis G Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
02:57 14/9/1945 L3968-A Symphony (Alex Alstone, Jack Lawrence)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, The Jesters (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Matty Matlock and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Perry Botkin (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY - A MUSICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY Disc 1 (1927-1934)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVCM24003     Volumes: 4
      24/4/1954 MG3669 Muddy Water (Jo Trent, Peter De Rose, Harry Richman)
      24/4/1954 MG3669 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
      24/4/1954 MG3669 My Kinda Love (Jo Trent, Louis Alter)
      24/4/1954 MG3669 I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
      21/4/1954 MG3669 It Must Be True (Gordon Clifford, Gus Arnheim, Harry Barris)
      21/4/1954 MG3669 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
      16/6/1954 MG3669 Out Of Nowhere (Edward Heyman, John W Green)
      21/4/1954 MG3669 Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      16/6/1954 MG3669 Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
      21/4/1954 MG3669 Sweet And Lovely (Harry Tobias, Gus Arnheim, Jules Lemare)
      21/4/1954 MG3669 Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      21/4/1954 MG3669 Paradise (Gordon Clifford, Nacio Herb Brown)
      21/4/1954 MG3671 Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      21/4/1954 MG3671 Just An Echo In The Valley (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
      21/4/1954 MG3671 A Ghost Of A Chance (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
      21/4/1954 MG3671 Learn To Croon (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 Down The Old Ox Road (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      21/4/1954 MG3671 Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 Black Moonlight (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 The Day You Came Along (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 After Sundown (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 I Love You Truly (Carrie Jacobs Bond)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 June In January (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing)


Title: BING CROSBY - A MUSICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY Disc 2 (1925-1942)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVCM24004     Volumes: 4
      3/5/1954 MG3673 It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      16/6/1954 MG3673 Soon (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 I Wished On The Moon (Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
      19/6/1954 MG3673 I Can't Escape From You (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 Song Of The Islands (Charles E King)
      19/6/1954 MG3673 Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
      3/5/1954 MG3673 Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      16/6/1954 MG3673 The One Rose (Del Lyon, Lani Mc Intire)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 There's A Goldmine In The Sky (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 My Heart Is Taking Lessons (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:06 1/7/1938 DLA1297-A Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 That Sly Old Gentleman From Featherbed Lane (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 Alla En El Rancho Grande (Silvano Ramos, Bartley Costello, J D Del Morales, Emilio D Uranga)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 Did Your Mother Come From Ireland? (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
03:07 13/12/1940 DLA2272-A Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 Lullabye (Cradle Song, Brahms) (Natalia Macfarren, Johannes Brahms)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
03:09 26/5/1941 DLA2411-A The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
02:32 13/3/1942 DLA2947-A Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
03:08 27/5/1942 DLA2999-A Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb)
02:59 29/5/1942 DLA3009-B White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Mary Martin, Johnny Mercer, Jack Teagarden (voc), Ken Darby Singers (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - A MUSICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY Disc 3 (1942-1947)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVCM24005     Volumes: 4
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 8/12/1944 L3687-A The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:35 2/7/1943 L3172-A Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
02:48 17/2/1944 L3318-A I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
03:06 9/3/1945 L3751-A Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:54 12/7/1945 L3889-A It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
03:04 10/9/1945 L3962-A The Bells Of St Mary's (A. Emmett Adams, Douglas Furber)
02:21 8/12/1944 L3686-A Put It There, Pal (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
02:50 27/12/1945 W73255-A Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas, Ray Freedman)
03:32 3/5/1944 L3411-A Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter)
03:08 11/5/1946 L4178-A South America, Take It Away (Harold J Rome)
03:23 18/7/1946 L4230-A Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
02:47 25/3/1947 L4386-1 Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Al Jolson (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, Ken Darby Singers, The Jesters, Vocal Group, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Les Paul and his Trio (ing), Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Les Paul (eg), Cal Gooden (gtr), Clinton Nordquist (sb)


Title: BING CROSBY - A MUSICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY Disc 4 (1947-1953)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVCM24006     Volumes: 4
03:00 5/6/1947 W73940-A The Whiffenpoof Song (George S Pomeroy, Tod B Galloway, Meade Minnigerade, Rudy Vallee)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
02:57 25/11/1948 L4844-A Far Away Places (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney)
02:54 26/10/1949 L5161-A Mule Train (Johnny Lange, Fred Glickman, Hy Heath)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
03:00 6/5/1949 L4995-A Rock Of Ages (Thomas Hastings, Augustus Toplady)
03:03 10/5/1949 L5002-A Sunshine Cake (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:49 23/6/1950 L5698-A Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
02:50 23/6/1950 L5699-A Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
02:28 25/4/1951 L6262-A Radio Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
03:20 20/6/1951 L6318-A In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:23 14/11/1953 L7461-A Y'all Come (Arlie Duff)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Carole Richards, Jane Wyman (voc), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Four Hits and a Miss, Fred Waring Glee Club (vgr), The Cass County Boys, Instrumental Group (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Jeff Alexander Chorus (cho), Organ (org)


Title: BING CROSBY - SOME FINE OLD CHESTNUTS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVCM 295
02:13 9/6/1955 L8849 Mastered 23 Nov.1955 In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis, Joe Young)
02:42 26/6/1953 L7201-A Radio Do You Ever Think Of Me? (Earl Burtnett, John Cooper, Harry D Kerr)
02:36 26/6/1953 L7202-A Radio I Never Knew (That Roses Grew) (Ted FioRito, Gus Kahn)
02:00 26/6/1953 L7203-A Radio Somebody Loves Me (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, George Gershwin, Ballard Mc Donald)
02:02 26/6/1953 L7204-A Radio After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
02:27 18/11/1954 L9261-A Mastered 22 May 1956 Honeysuckle Rose (Thomas "Fats" Waller, Andy Razaf)
02:18 18/11/1954 L8848 Mastered 13 Dec 1955 Ol' Man River (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
02:30 26/6/1953 L7205-A Radio Sleepy Time Gal (Ange Lorenzo, Richard A Whiting)
02:20 26/6/1953 L7206-A Radio Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
01:44 26/6/1953 L7207-A Radio I Never Knew (I Could Love Anybody) (Tom Pitts, Richard Egan, Roy K Marsh)
02:28 26/6/1953 L7208-A Radio I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
02:06 25/8/1955 L9262 Mastered 22 May 1956 Swanee (George Gershwin, Irving Caesar)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Buddy Cole (pno), Don Whitaker (sb), Nick Fatool (dms)


Title: WHITE CHRISTMAS Sung By Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Peggy Lee
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (UK)     Cat. Num.: DMCL-1777
02:43 10/4/1954 L7623-A Snow (Irving Berlin)
03:20 10/4/1954 L7622-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      9/9/1954 W86772 Mandy (Irving Berlin)
02:51 10/4/1954 L7624-A The Old Man (Irving Berlin)
      10/4/1954 L7624-A Gee, I Wish I Was Back In The Army (Irving Berlin)
03:52 9/9/1954 W86772 Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
      9/9/1954 W86772 I'd Rather See A Minstrel Show (Irving Berlin)
03:08 4/5/1954 L7650-1 Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep (Irving Berlin)
      9/9/1954 W86772 Mandy (Irving Berlin)
02:59 4/5/1954 L7649-1 What Can You Do With A General? (Irving Berlin)
02:28 1/5/1954 Sisters (Irving Berlin)
02:37 1/5/1954 The Best things Happen While You're Dancing (Irving Berlin)
03:03 1/5/1954 Love, You Didn't Do Right By Me (Irving Berlin)
02:45 1/5/1954 Choreography (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Peggy Lee, Trudy Stevens (voc), Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - SWINGING ON A STAR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD-31367
02:52 10/6/1942 L3031-A Ain't Got A Dime To My Name (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:42 12/6/1942 L3035-A Constantly (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:35 2/7/1943 L3172-A Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:06 2/7/1943 L3173-A If You Please (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:00 7/2/1944 L3308-A The Day After Forever (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:50 7/2/1944 L3309-A Going My Way (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 8/12/1944 L3687-A The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
02:55 30/7/1945 L3903-A Ave Maria (Franz Schubert)
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope (voc), Chorus, Ken Darby Singers, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - 16 ORIGINAL WORLD HITS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MUSIC FOR PLEASURE (Australia)     Cat. Num.: MFPCD 023
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3202-A Poinciana (Song Of The Tree) (Paul Simon, Buddy Bernier)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
02:35 17/2/1944 L3317-A Amor Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
02:53 3/5/1944 L3409-A Long Ago And Far Away (Gershwin/Kern) (Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern)
02:57 11/2/1945 L3738-A You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
03:24 3/1/1950 L5305-A Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (Harry Stone, Jack Stapp)
02:37 7/5/1946 L4169-A A Gal In Calico (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
02:50 27/12/1945 W73255-A Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas, Ray Freedman)
02:26 3/12/1947 L4603-A Ballerina (SK "Bob" Russell, Carl Sigman)
03:05 22/3/1951 L6181-A Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
02:13 9/6/1955 L8849 Mastered 23 Nov.1955 In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis, Joe Young)
02:54 26/10/1949 L5161-A Mule Train (Johnny Lange, Fred Glickman, Hy Heath)
03:01 22/3/1949 L4939-A Riders In The Sky (Stan Jones)
03:00 22/6/1950 L5697-A La Vie En Rose (Louis G Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
02:57 14/9/1945 L3968-A Symphony (Alex Alstone, Jack Lawrence)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, The Jesters (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Matty Matlock and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Perry Botkin (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY - HIS GREATEST HITS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MUSIDISC     Cat. Num.: 30CV1356
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 I Got The Sun In The Morning (Irving Berlin)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Cynthia's In Love
      4/6/1947 Philco 34 I Do, Do, Do Like You (Allie Wrubel)
      4/6/1947 Philco 34 My Heart Is A Hobo (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      4/6/1947 Philco 34 I Want To Thank Your Folks
      11/1/1950 Chesterfield 17 The Big Movie Show In The Sky (Johnny Mercer, Robert Emmett Dolan)
      8/2/1950 Chesterfield 21 Why Remind Me?
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 The Horse Told Me (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 The Yodel Blues (Johnny Mercer, Robert Emmett Dolan)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 Baby Won't You Say You Love Me
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 It Isn't Fair
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 Am I In Love? (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 At Last (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)
      4/6/1952 Chesterfield 110 Be My Life's Companion (Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - CBS RADIO 1943/44
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: NEWSOUND     Cat. Num.: NFM007
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Oh What A Beautiful Morning (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 I Used To Love You (But It's All Over Now)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      24/2/1944 KMH 323 San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 Going My Way (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Take It Easy (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 It's Love, Love, Love (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney, Mack David)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Bless 'em All (Hughes, Lake)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 There's A Small Hotel (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't My Baby? (Gene Austin, Louis Jordan)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 I Promise You (Arlen/Mercer) (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (G)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 I'm Making Believe (Mack Gordon, James V Monaco)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Sleigh Ride In July (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      24/2/1944 KMH 323 San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)

Eugenie Baird, Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Bob Hope, Marilyn Maxwell (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Charioteers, The Music Maids and Lee, The Music Maids and Men, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr)


Title: BING CROSBY ON RADIO IN THE THIRTIES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: RADIO YEARS     Cat. Num.: RY18
      18/11/1937 KMH 80 Can I Forget You? (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      25/11/1937 KMH 81 When You Dream About Hawaii (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Sid Silvers)
      25/11/1937 KMH 81 I Still Love To Kiss You Goodnight (Walter Bullock, Harold Spina)
      2/12/1937 KMH 82 If It's The Last Thing I Do (Sammy Cahn, Sauil Chaplin)
      2/12/1937 KMH 82 Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      2/12/1937 KMH 82 The Lonesome Road (Gene Austin, Nathaniel Shilkret)
      16/12/1937 KMH 84 Sweet Stranger
      16/12/1937 KMH 84 Swinging Down The Lane (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      23/12/1937 KMH 85 She's Tall, She's Tan, She's Terrific (Benny Davis, J Fred Coots)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 Hello, Hawaii
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 The Flat Foot Floogie (Gaillard, Green, Redd Stewart)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 Silver On The Sage (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 Lovelight In The Starlight (Arthur Freed, Frederick Hollander)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Naturally
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Someone Else May Be There When I'm Gone
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Fred Gilbert)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Isaac Watts)
      28/2/1951 Chesterfield 57 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 The Bold Fisherman
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, Chuck Meyer)
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 I'll Walk Alone (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)

Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Maurice Chevalier, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Peggy Lee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Perry Botkin (gtr), Bob Burns (com)


Title: BING CROSBY - IT'S EASY TO REMEMBER
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: RAINBOW (Australia)     Cat. Num.: RCD 307
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:52 7/5/1946 L4168-A When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Ernest R Ball, George Graff, Chauncey Olcott)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
02:48 17/7/1945 L3898-A I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Thomas Paine Westendorf)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
02:45 9/5/1961 L12782 Never On Sunday (Manos Hadjidakis, Billy Towne)
03:20 20/6/1951 L6318-A In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:56 14/10/1938 C91511-A You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
02:50 23/6/1950 L5699-A Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:03 10/5/1949 L5002-A Sunshine Cake (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      3/5/1954 MG3671 Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
02:48 11/7/1938 DLA1316-A Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
03:05 9/2/1940 DLA1919-A Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)
      16/6/1954 MG3675 There's A Goldmine In The Sky (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
03:32 3/5/1944 L3411-A Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter)
02:28 25/4/1951 L6262-A Radio Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Carole Richards, Jane Wyman (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Ken Darby Singers, Four Hits and a Miss, The Jesters (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio, Instrumental Group (ing), Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Jeff Alexander Chorus (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: RCA - ARIOLA (Australia)     Cat. Num.: BPCD 5092
03:12 11/1/1928 BVE41607-2 Ol' Man River (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
03:03 26/8/1930 PBVE61013-5 Three Little Words (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby)
03:10 29/10/1930 PBVE61048-3 It Must Be True (Gordon Clifford, Gus Arnheim, Harry Barris)
03:23 2/3/1931 PBVE61077-2 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
03:19 2/3/1931 PBVE61078-2 Just A Gigolo (Irving Caesar, Julius Brammer, Leonello Cassucci)
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)
03:28 4/5/1931 LA1037-A Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B322-3 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B332-7 Mack The Knife (Kurt Weill, Marc Blitztein)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B321-2 Dream A Little Dream Of Me (Gus Kahn, Wilbur Schwandt, Fabian Andre)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B331-3 Whispering (John Schonberger, Richard Coburn, Vincent Rose)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B328-5 Down Among The Sheltering Palms (Abe Olman, James Brockman)
02:55 25/11/1930 PBVE61058-7 The Little Things In Life (Irving Berlin)
02:52 2/3/1931 PBVE61076-2 One More Time (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
03:37 20/11/1930 PBVE61057-3 Them There Eyes (William G Tracy, Maceo Pinkard, Doris Tauber)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris, Al Rinker) (vgr), Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Duke Ellington Cotton Club Orchestra, Bob Scobey Frisco Jazz Band, Studio Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Bill Challis, Jimmie Grier (arr), Bix Beiderbecke (tr), Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Harry Barris, Duke Ellington (pno), Matty Malneck (vln), Wellman Braud, Steve Brown (sb)


Title: BING CROSBY - I Got Rhythm
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: SOUNDS OF YESTERYEAR     Cat. Num.: DSOY 605
      17/12/1947 Philco 48 Ballerina (SK "Bob" Russell, Carl Sigman)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 Civilisation (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 Somebody Loves Me (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, George Gershwin, Ballard Mc Donald)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 Someone To Watch Over Me (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 S'wonderful (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 I've Got A Crush On You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 Love Is Sweeping The Country
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 They Can't Take That Away From Me (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 I Got Rhythm (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Love Is So Terrific
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Saturday Date
      11/1/1950 Chesterfield 17 You're Wonderful (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans, Victor Young)
      18/12/1952 GEC 11 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)
      18/12/1952 GEC 11 To See You Is To Love You (James Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)

Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Gloria Wood (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Buddy Cole, Oscar Levant (pno), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE CHRISTMAS SONGS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: VINTAGE JAZZ CLASSICS     Cat. Num.: VJC1017-2     Volumes: 2
      1/1/1942 KMH 241 Let's Start The New Year Right (Irving Berlin)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad)
      30/12/1943 KMH 315 Happy Holiday/ Come To Holiday Inn
      7/12/1944 KMH 349 I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 I Dream Of You (More Than You Dream I Do) (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 I'm Making Believe (Mack Gordon, James V Monaco)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 A Slip Of The Lip (Can Sink A Ship) (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 What A Difference A Day Made (Maria Grever, Stanley Adams)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Beautiful Saviour (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 God Is Ever Beside Me (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
      14/2/1946 KMH 374 Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)

Eugenie Baird, Bing Crosby (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus, The Music Maids and Lee, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Kraft Choral Society (chr), Studio Audience (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY - LIVE DUETS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: VIPERS NEST     Cat. Num.: VN1003
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 April Showers (Louis Silvers, B G (Buddy) De Sylva)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Ma Blushin' Rosie (Stromberg, Jack Smith)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Your All Time Flop Parade (Medley)
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Tears In My Ears (G)
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Boise, Idaho
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Tortured
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Washday The Sky (G)
      29/9/1948 Philco 73 Blue Shadows On The Trail (Eliot Daniel, Johnny Lange)
      19/1/1949 Philco 89 A Little Bird Told Me (Dudley Brooks)
      9/2/1949 Philco 92 When It's Night Time In Little Italy
      16/2/1949 Philco 93 Just A Gigolo (Irving Caesar, Julius Brammer, Leonello Cassucci)
      23/2/1949 Philco 94 I Want To Go Where You Go
      23/2/1949 Philco 94 So In Love (Cole Porter)
      2/3/1949 Philco 95 Clementine (Percy Montrose, James Campbell)
      9/3/1949 Philco 96 If You Stub Your Toe On The Moon (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      9/3/1949 Philco 96 Once And For Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 You Was
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Your All Time Flop Parade (Medley)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Rhymitis (G)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Grace
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 There's A Flaw In My Flue
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 On A Rainy Day
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Silver Coated Moon

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Dennis Crosby, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Phillip Crosby, Burl Ives, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee, Groucho Marx, Hattie McDaniel, Ethel Merman, Dinah Shore, Ernest Whitman (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Bob Burns (baz)


Title: BING CROSBY AND FRIENDS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: VOCALION (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDUS 3000
02:51 19/3/1947 L4378-A There's No Business Like Show Business (Irving Berlin)
03:00 19/3/1947 L4377-A Anything You Can Do (Irving Berlin)
02:21 8/12/1944 L3686-A Put It There, Pal (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 8/12/1944 L3687-A The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:56 25/3/1947 L4386-3(A) Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
03:10 25/3/1947 L4387-7(A) The Spaniard That Blighted My Life (Billy Merson)
03:06 9/3/1945 L3751-A Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:51 31/7/1944 L3485-A You've Got Me Where You Want Me (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
03:09 9/3/1945 L3750-A Connecticut (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane)
02:45 31/7/1944 L3486-A Mine (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
02:32 13/3/1942 DLA2947-A Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
02:28 13/3/1942 DLA2946-A Lily Of Laguna (Paul Francis Webster, Leslie Stuart, Ted FioRito)
02:40 15/4/1940 DLA1985-A Mister Meadowlark (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
02:27 15/4/1940 DLA1986-A On Behalf Of The Visiting Firemen (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
02:55 1/7/1938 DLA1298-A Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
02:51 29/5/1947 W73927-A The Freedom Train (Irving Berlin)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
03:00 18/3/1949 L4932-A How It Lies, How It Lies, How It Lies (Paul Francis Webster, Sonny Burke)
03:07 13/12/1940 DLA2272-A Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
03:09 26/5/1941 DLA2411-A The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
02:54 12/7/1945 L3889-A It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
03:03 10/5/1949 L5002-A Sunshine Cake (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Dick Haymes, Bob Hope, Al Jolson, Evelyn Knight, Mary Martin, Johnny Mercer, Carole Richards, Jack Teagarden (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires (vgr), Les Paul and his Trio (ing), Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc), Les Paul (eg), Cal Gooden (gtr), Clinton Nordquist (sb), Jeff Alexander Chorus (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY - Volume 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: WISEPACK LEGENDS     Cat. Num.: LECD118
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody (Irving Berlin)
      27/10/1948 Philco 77 You Came A Long Way From St Louis (SK "Bob" Russell, John Benson Brooks)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 I Got Rhythm (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis, Vincent Rose, Larry Stock)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Collins Foster)
      29/11/1950 Chesterfield 44 Marshmallow World (Peter De Rose, Carl Sigman)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Just The Way You Are (Arthur Freed)
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 When You Wore A Tulip (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY - Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: WISEPACK LEGENDS     Cat. Num.: LECD119
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 In The Evening By The Moonlight (James A Bland)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 You Brought A New Kinda Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 The Love Parade (G)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Hello Beautiful (Walter Donaldson)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 My Ideal (Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard A Whiting)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Learn To Croon (G)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Mimi (G)
      1/12/1948 Philco 82 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Maybe You'll Be There (Rube Bloom, Sammy Gallop)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Dreamer's Holiday (Wane, Hugh Cannon)
      1/2/1950 Chesterfield 20 parody Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? (Scott Wiseman)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Stay With The Happy People (Jule Styne, Bob Hilliard)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Isaac Watts)
      7/3/1951 Chesterfield 58 You're Just In Love
      20/2/1952 Chesterfield 95 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)

Maurice Chevalier, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee (voc), The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Ken Darby Choir (chr)


Title: THE BING CROSBY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: YOUR HIT PARADE     Cat. Num.: YHP1
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Straighten Up And Fly Right (G)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 More And More (Kern, Harburg) (Jerome Kern, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings (G)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Can’t You Hear Me Calling, Caroline? (G)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Let's Start The New Year Right (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Abraham (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Be Careful, It's My Heart (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      14/12/1944 KMH 350 Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 I Dream Of You (More Than You Dream I Do) (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 I'm Making Believe (Mack Gordon, James V Monaco)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 A Slip Of The Lip (Can Sink A Ship) (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 What A Difference A Day Made (Maria Grever, Stanley Adams)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Beautiful Saviour (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 God Is Ever Beside Me (G)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)

Eugenie Baird, Jerry Colonna, Bing Crosby (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir, Kraft Choral Society (chr), Studio Audience (cho)


Title: RADIO STARS OF AMERICA
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ASV - LIVING ERA (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AJA 5590
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 parody Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Oh What A Beautiful Morning (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 I'm Crosby That Well Dressed Man
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Sketch - Struggling Songwriter
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Tearbucket Jim (Mc Carey)
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Boise, Idaho
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Tortured
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Silver Coated Moon
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Medley

Bing Crosby, Joan Davis, Jimmy Durante, Trudy Erwin, William Frawley, Judy Garland, Leo McCarey, Ethel Merman, Roy Rogers, Kay Thompson (voc), The Music Maids, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: Bing 'N Basie - Hey Jude/Hey Bing!
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BAR-ONE RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: BCR-064
02:55 14/3/1972 DL271 Have A Nice Day (Nestico, Mercer) (Sammy Nestico, Johnny Mercer)
03:01 14/3/1972 DL272 All His Children (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Henry Mancini)
02:43 14/3/1972 DL273 Sunrise, Sunset (Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick)
03:15 14/3/1972 DL274 Little Green Apples (Bobby Russell)
03:45 14/3/1972 DL275 Gentle On My Mind (John Hartford)
02:56 14/3/1972 DL276 Snowbird (Gene Maclellan)
03:19 14/3/1972 DL277 Everything Is Beautiful (Ray Stevens)
02:36 14/3/1972 DL278 Going To Build A Mountain (Anthony Newley, Leslie Bricusse)
03:23 14/3/1972 DL279 - unissued If I Had A Hammer (Lee Hays, Pete Seeger)
03:23 14/3/1972 DL280 Sugar Don't You Know (Peggy Lee, Louis Bellson, Jack Hayes)
03:12 14/3/1972 DL281 Put Your Hand In The Hand (Gene Maclellan)
02:32 14/3/1972 DL282 Hanging Loose (Sammy Nestico, Johnny Mercer)
      21/11/1968 ANA 1 Hey Jude (John Lennon, Paul Mc Cartney)
      21/11/1968 ANA 2 Those Were The Days (Gene Raskin)
      21/11/1968 ANA Lonely Street (Carl Belew, Kenny Sowder, WS Stevenson)
      21/11/1968 ANA It's All In The Game (Carl Sigman, Charles Gates Dawes)
      25/11/1968 ANA Little Green Apples (Bobby Russell)
      25/11/1968 ANA 4 The Straight Life (Sonny Curtis)
      25/11/1968 ANA Both Sides Now (Joni Mitchell)
      25/11/1968 ANA More And More (Karen, Robinson, Reuss) (Tommy Karen, Allen Reuss, Rainey Robinson)
      25/11/1968 ANA 9 Living On Loving (Dave Burgess)
      25/11/1968 ANA Just For Tonight (Baker Knight)

Bing Crosby (voc), Count Basie and his Orchestra, Jimmy Bowen and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
A privately circulated issue


Title: Bing Sings The Great Standards
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BAR-ONE RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: BCR-027
02:21 11/6/1956 BR20155-11 The Blue Room (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:21 11/6/1956 BR20155-? The Blue Room (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:34 11/6/1956 BR20156-8 Jeepers, Creepers (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
03:13 11/6/1956 BR20157-4 I've Got Five Dollars (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:49 11/6/1956 BR20158-1 'Deed I Do (Walter Hirsch, Fred Rose)
03:54 11/6/1956 BR20159-3 The Song Is You (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
02:34 11/6/1956 BR20160-4 Nice Work If You Can Get It (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
02:39 12/6/1956 BR20161-3 They All Laughed (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
02:59 12/6/1956 BR20162-4 Heat Wave (Irving Berlin)
02:55 12/6/1956 BR20163-3 September In The Rain (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
04:00 12/6/1956 BR20164-5 Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin)
04:00 12/6/1956 BR20164-? Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin)
02:28 12/6/1956 BR20165-2 Have You Met Miss Jones? (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:36 12/6/1956 BR20166-5 Mountain Greenery (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:35 12/6/1956 BR20166-? Mountain Greenery (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Bregman and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
A privately circulated CD


Title: A Southern Memoir /Bingo Viejo
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BAR-ONE RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: BC-031
      16/1/1975 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Bud Green)
      16/1/1975 Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn)
      16/1/1975 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      16/1/1975 When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Clarence Muse, Leon Rene, Otis Rene)
03:03 16/1/1975 Stars Fell On Alabama (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Perkins)
      16/1/1975 Where The Morning Glories Grow (Richard Egan, Gus Kahn, Richard A Whiting)
      21/1/1975 LP original edit Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell)
      21/1/1975 Sailing Down The Chesapeake Bay (George Botsford, Jean C Havez)
      21/1/1975 Crying For The Carolines (Joe Young, Sam M Lewis, Harry Warren)
      21/1/1975 On The Alamo (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      21/1/1975 She Is The Sunshine Of Virginia (Harry Carroll, Ballard Macdonald)
      21/1/1975 Swanee (George Gershwin, Irving Caesar)
      23/6/1975 Maria Bonita (Augustin Lara, Bobby Worth)
      23/6/1975 Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy) (Joseph M LaCalle, Albert Gamse)
      23/6/1975 Take 1 Eres Tu (Juan Carlos Calderon, Raymond B Evans, Jay Livingston)
      23/6/1975 Frenesi (SK "Bob" Russell, Ray Charles, Alberto Dominguez)
      23/6/1975 Take 1 The Breeze And I (Andalucia) (Al Stillman, Ernesto Lecuona)
      15/9/1975 Green Eyes (Eddie Woods, E Rivera, Adolfo Utrera, Nilo Menendez)
      15/9/1975 Original Spanish Eyes (Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder, Bert Kaempfert)
      15/9/1975 Cuando Calienta El Sol (Sunny Skylar, Carlos Rigual, Mario Rigual, Carlos Martinoli)
      15/9/1975 Original La Borrachita (I Fernandez Esperon, Stewart)
      15/9/1975 Besame Mucho (Sunny Skylar, Consuelo Velasquez)

Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Smith and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
NOTE: This CD is not in my collection but has been reported to me. I am uncertain as to the takes but assume them to be those included on the original LPs.


Title: A Tribute to Duke (10 tracks - 1 of Bing)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: Concord Jazz (Jap)     Cat. Num.: VICJ-60925
      15/4/1977 Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Duke Ellington, SK "Bob" Russell)

Bing Crosby (voc), Instrumental Group (ing)

NOTES:
Differs from other CD issues because of the inclusion of the first track from the original LP, an instrumental version of "Tulip or Turnip" with a voiceover by U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young on Ellington's life and stating that the album benefits the Duke Ellington Cancer Center.


Title: CROONERS CLOWNING
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: Gold 330 1122
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 -Broad parody Goodnight Irene (Ledbetter, Lomax)

Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope (voc), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: ONE HOUR FROM THE BING CROSBY RADIO SHOWS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: GOLDEN AGE     Cat. Num.: GA5023
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, Chuck Meyer)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Fred Gilbert)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Isaac Watts)
      28/2/1951 Chesterfield 57 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)
      27/6/1951 Chesterfield 74 On Top Of Old Smokey (Trad)
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 The Bold Fisherman

Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Maurice Chevalier, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Burl Ives, Peggy Lee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: LILLIS, LOVE AND A LITTLE COVERED WAGON Disc 1 (limited circulation)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: HARRY LILLIS (UK)     Cat. Num.: HLYCD-004-1     Volumes: 2
01:35 20/7/1959 K2PB5779 Shenandoah (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax)
02:53 20/7/1959 K2PB5801 Streets Of Laredo (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
01:59 21/7/1959 K2PB5786 Will You Come To The Bower (Tom (Adap) Roberts, Trad)
02:58 21/7/1959 K2PB5795 Hang Me, Oh, Hang Me (Tom (Adap) Roberts, Trad)
02:16 21/7/1959 K2PB5803 Git Along Little Dogies (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
02:22 23/7/1959 K2PB5780 Crossing The Plains (Tom (Arr) Roberts)
01:53 23/7/1959 K2PB5800 Jennie Jenkins (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
01:32 24/7/1959 K2PB5775 Bound For The Promised Land (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
03:24 30/11/1965 In The Chapel In The Moonlight (Billy Hill)
03:38 30/11/1965 South Of The Border (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
03:10 30/11/1965 Lonesome And Sorry (Benny Davis, Con Conrad)
02:37 30/11/1965 Coquette (Lombardo, Green, G.Kahn) (Gus Kahn, Carmen Lombardo, John W Green)
03:03 2/12/1965 Rock A Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody (Sam M Lewis, Joe Young, Jean Schwartz)
02:48 2/12/1965 I'll Take Romance (Ben Oakland, Oscar Hammerstein II)
02:23 2/12/1965 When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (Gene Austin, Irving Mills, Jimmy McHugh)
02:33 26/3/1968 Marie (Irving Berlin)
03:28 26/3/1968 One For My Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
03:17 26/3/1968 The Song Is Ended (Irving Berlin)
02:27 26/3/1968 I've Heard That Song Before (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
02:40 26/3/1968 Thank You For A Lovely Evening (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
02:13 26/3/1968 Love Makes The World Go Round (Bob Merrill)
02:22 26/3/1968 Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Perkins)
02:54 26/3/1968 There's Danger In Your Eyes, Cherie (Jack Meskill, Harry Richman, Peter Wendling)
03:43 26/3/1968 Friendly Persuasion (Paul Francis Webster, Dmitri Tiomkin)
02:44 26/3/1968 How Come You Do Me Like You Do (Gene Austin, Roy Bergere)
02:31 26/3/1968 Dance With A Dolly (David Kapp, Jimmy Eaton, Mickey Leader, Terry Shand)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby (voc), Jack Halloran Chorus (vgr), Geoff Love Orchestra, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: LILLIS, LOVE AND A LITTLE COVERED WAGON Disc 2 (limited circulation)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: HARRY LILLIS (UK)     Cat. Num.: HLYCD-004-2     Volumes: 2
02:45 20/7/1959 K2PB5790 Old Settlers Song (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
01:28 20/7/1959 K2PB5797 Skip To My Lou (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
01:42 21/7/1959 K2PB5789 When I Went Off To Prospect (Tom (Adap) Roberts, Trad)
02:03 21/7/1959 K2PB5793 Nine Hundred Miles (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
01:46 23/7/1959 K2PB5785 Buffalo Gals (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
02:55 23/7/1959 K2PB5787 Green Grow The Lilacs (Tom (Arr) Roberts, Trad)
02:08 24/7/1959 K2PB5804 Buckskin Joe (Jimmy Driftwood)
02:09 24/7/1959 K2PB5905 Red River Valley (J Lomax, A. (Adap) Lomax, Trad)
03:36 30/11/1965 Stormy Weather (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler)
02:54 30/11/1965 Always (Irving Berlin)
02:38 30/11/1965 Isn't This A Lovely Day To Be Caught In The Rain? (Irving Berlin)
02:46 30/11/1965 All Alone (Irving Berlin)
03:41 2/12/1965 Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael, Jack Brooks)
03:00 2/12/1965 Tenderly (Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence)
03:02 2/12/1965 My Prayer (Jimmy Kennedy, Georges Boulanger)
02:57 2/12/1965 Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy) (Joseph M LaCalle, Albert Gamse)
02:43 2/12/1965 The Breeze And I (Andalucia) (Al Stillman, Ernesto Lecuona)
02:34 26/3/1968 That Old Gang Of Mine (Mort Dixon, Billy Rose, Ray Henderson)
02:56 26/3/1968 River Stay 'Way From My Door (Mort Dixon, Harry M. Woods)
02:44 26/3/1968 What'll I Do? (Irving Berlin)
02:04 26/3/1968 Ballin' The Jack (Jack Smith, James Henry Burris)
03:06 26/3/1968 Remember (Irving Berlin)
02:41 26/3/1968 Putting On The Ritz (Irving Berlin)
02:50 26/3/1968 Say It Isn't So (Irving Berlin)
03:00 26/3/1968 Say Si Si (Ernesto Lecuona, Francia Luban, Al Stillman)
02:41 26/3/1968 I Hear Music (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby (voc), Jack Halloran Chorus (vgr), Geoff Love Orchestra, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: The Bell Sisters - The Bermuda Girls
Artist: The Bell Sisters
Format: CD     Label: JASMINE (UK)     Cat. Num.: JASCD 634
      23/4/1952 Chesterfield 104 Poor Whip-Poor-Whill
      16/10/1952 GEC 2 Zing A Little Zong (Leo Robin, Harry Warren)
      30/4/1953 GEC 30 Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Bell Sisters (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Only the Bing titles are listed but all the titles are taken from their appearnces in Bing Crosby Radio shows.


Title: BOB HOPE AND FRIENDS - PUT IT THERE PAL
Artist: Bob Hope
Format: CD     Label: JASMINE (UK)     Cat. Num.: JASCD 357/8
      14/7/1938 KMH 114 parody Shine (Lew Brown, Ford Dabney, Cecil Mack)
      14/7/1938 KMH 114 Daddy, Dear Old Daddy
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      18/6/1947 Philco 36 For What
      1/2/1950 Chesterfield 20 parody Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? (Scott Wiseman)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Isaac Watts)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 -Broad parody Goodnight Irene (Ledbetter, Lomax)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 Parody The Third Man Theme
      10/1/1951 Chesterfield 50 Tzena, Tzena, Tzena (G)
      10/1/1951 Chesterfield 50 June In January (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      10/1/1951 Chesterfield 50 Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year (G) (Frank Loesser)
      10/1/1951 Chesterfield 50 It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      10/1/1951 Chesterfield 50 Coming Through The Rye (Trad, Robert Burns)
      10/1/1951 Chesterfield 50 Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet (G) (Percy Wenrich, Stanley Murphy)
      10/1/1951 Chesterfield 50 Tennessee Waltz
      31/1/1951 Chesterfield 53 It Happened In Monterey (Mabel Wayne, Billy Rose)
      17/10/1951 Chesterfield 77 parody Sweet Violets
      26/12/1951 Chesterfield 87 Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
      16/1/1952 Chesterfield 90 I Wish I Was
      9/4/1952 Chesterfield 102 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Bob Merrill)

Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Monica Lewis, Kay Starr (voc), The Charioteers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), The Fire House Five Plus Two, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: ROSEMARY CLOONEY - SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ME BY
Artist: Rosemary Clooney
Format: CD     Label: JASMINE (UK)     Cat. Num.: JASCD335
      11/6/1952 Chesterfield 111 Zing A Little Zong (Leo Robin, Harry Warren)
      4/12/1952 GEC 9 The Merry Go Run Around (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      15/1/1953 GEC 15 Chicago Style (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      22/1/1953 GEC 16 South Rampart Street Parade (Bob Haggart, Ray Bauduc, Steve Allen)
      22/1/1953 GEC 16 Something To Remember You By (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      26/3/1953 GEC 25 It's Only A Paper Moon (Rose, Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      9/4/1953 GEC 27 Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      23/4/1953 GEC 29 as broadcast These Foolish Things (Holt Marvel (Eric Maschwitz), Jack Strachey, Harry Link)
      23/4/1953 GEC 29 as broadcast We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye
      23/4/1953 GEC 29 as broadcast You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (Cole Porter)
      6/12/1953 GEC 50 You're Just In Love
      2/5/1954 GEC 71 Man (Uh-hih) And Woman (Uh-Huh)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: TONI ARDEN - I CAN DREAM, CAN'T I?
Artist: Toni Arden
Format: CD     Label: JASMINE (UK)     Cat. Num.: JASCD 644
      17/1/1951 Chesterfield 51 My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
      24/1/1951 Chesterfield 52 You're Just In Love
      31/1/1951 Chesterfield 53 Let's Do It Again

Toni Arden, Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Jack Teagarden (tb), Joe Venuti (vln)

NOTES:
Primarily Toni Arden with just three Bing tracks, though some of the other tracks featuring Toni Arden are from her appearances in Bing Crosby radio shows.


Title: BING CROSBY - Mail Call
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: Laserlight 15413
      3/6/1944 CP 122 The Dixieland Band (G) (Bernie Hanighen, Johnny Mercer)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 I Love You (Cole Porter) (Cole Porter)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 All The Things You Are (G) (Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 (parody) You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 (parody) You're The Top (Cole Porter)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 (parody) Sonny Boy (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 (parody) (Reprise) You're The Top (Cole Porter)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 Something To Remember You By (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      17/5/1944 Mail Call 91 The Trolley Song(G)
      17/5/1944 Mail Call 91 It's Love, Love, Love (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney, Mack David)
      17/5/1944 Mail Call 91 Can Do, Will Do (The Song Of The Seabees) (G)
      17/5/1944 Mail Call 91 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      17/5/1944 Mail Call 91 The Groaner, The Canary and the Nose

Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra (voc), Meredith Willson (MD), The AFRS Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND FRIENDS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MAGIC     Cat. Num.: DAWE3
      22/3/1950 Chesterfield 27 Dearie
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 The Wedding Samba
      8/2/1950 Chesterfield 21 Lonesome In The Saddle
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Just The Way You Are (Arthur Freed)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Yaacka Hula Hickey Dula (E Ray Goetz, Peter Wendling, Joe Young)
      1/3/1950 Chesterfield 24 Enjoy Yourself
      1/2/1950 Chesterfield 20 parody Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? (Scott Wiseman)
      11/1/1950 Chesterfield 17 Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Let's Take An Old Fashioned Walk
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Hello My Baby (Joseph E Howard, Ida Emerson)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Parody In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (Irving Berlin)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Richman)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis, Vincent Rose, Larry Stock)
      30/1/1952 Chesterfield 92 If You Catch A Little Cold (To Prove That I'm In Love)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Lily Of Laguna (Paul Francis Webster, Leslie Stuart, Ted FioRito)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Goodbyee (Paul Weston, Bert Lee)

Fred Allen, Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Al Jolson, Beatrice Lillie, Groucho Marx, Ethel Merman, Patti Page, Alec Templeton (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Rhythmaires (vgr), The Fire House Five Plus Two, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING SWINGS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MAGIC     Cat. Num.: DAWE 48
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 You Was
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Panama (G)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Lazy River (G)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Rockin' Chair (G)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 So Tired
      30/3/1949 Philco 99 Sunflower (Mack David)
      30/3/1949 Philco 99 Why Can't You Behave? (Cole Porter)
      13/4/1949 Philco 101 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      4/5/1949 Philco 104 Everywhere You Go (Larry Shay, Joe Goodwin, Mark Fisher)
      4/5/1949 Philco 104 Bali H'ai (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      20/6/1951 Chesterfield 73 Shanghai (Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
      20/6/1951 Chesterfield 73 Diane
      20/6/1951 Chesterfield 73 Oh! Lady Be Good (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      27/6/1951 Chesterfield 74 I've Got To Fall In Love Again (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      10/10/1951 Chesterfield 76 How High The Moon (Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis)
      10/10/1951 Chesterfield 76 Come On A My House
      31/10/1951 Chesterfield 79 Painting The Clouds With Sunshine (Al Dubin, Joe Burke)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (voc), Jack Teagarden (voc, tb), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Buddy Cole (pno), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING AND HIS GAL PALS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: RIFF     Cat. Num.: CDPRGA 50290
      11/12/1946 Philco 9 Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael, Jack Brooks)
      27/10/1948 Philco 77 You Came A Long Way From St Louis (SK "Bob" Russell, John Benson Brooks)
      1/12/1948 Philco 82 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Fred Gilbert)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Your All Time Flop Parade (Medley)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Rhymitis (G)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Grace
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 There's A Flaw In My Flue
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 On A Rainy Day
      7/4/1938 KMH 100 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      20/2/1952 Chesterfield 95 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 When You Wore A Tulip (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, Chuck Meyer)
      27/11/1952 GEC 8 That's A-Plenty (Bert Williams, Henry Creamer)
      20/11/1952 GEC 7 Takes Two To Tango (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning)
      7/2/1954 GEC 59 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      14/3/1954 GEC 64 Young At Heart (Johnny Richards, Carolyn Leigh)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Peggy Lee, Ethel Merman, Helen O'connell, Dinah Shore (voc), Joe Rushton (Bax), Chorus, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter's Dixieland Ensemble (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Ted Vesley (tb), Matty Matlock (cl), Buddy Cole (pno), Perry Botkin (gtr), Nick Fatool (dms)


Title: BING CROSBY AND PEGGY LEE - EL RANCHO GRANDE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: SUN     Cat. Num.: 2108
      27/10/1948 Philco 77 You Came A Long Way From St Louis (SK "Bob" Russell, John Benson Brooks)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Exactly Like You (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 They Can't Take That Away From Me (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      1/12/1948 Philco 82 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      1/12/1948 Philco 82 A Little Bird Told Me (Dudley Brooks)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Fred Gilbert)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Maybe You'll Be There (Rube Bloom, Sammy Gallop)
      23/2/1949 Philco 94 I Want To Go Where You Go
      23/2/1949 Philco 94 So In Love (Cole Porter)
      23/2/1949 Philco 94 It Means That We Are We
      9/3/1949 Philco 96 Once And For Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      13/4/1949 Philco 101 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      27/4/1949 Philco 103 Be-Bop Spoken Here (Matty Malneck, Milton DeLugg)
      11/5/1949 Philco 105 How It Lies, How It Lies, How It Lies (Paul Francis Webster, Sonny Burke)

Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Peggy Lee (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND PEGGY LEE - JUST THE WAY YOU ARE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: SUN     Cat. Num.: 2110
      21/9/1949 Chesterfield 1 Maybe It's Because (Lady J Scott, Harry Ruby)
      28/9/1949 Chesterfield 2 You're In Love With Someone (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      12/10/1949 Chesterfield 4 I've Got A Crush On You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      12/10/1949 Chesterfield 4 Again (Dorcas Cochran, Lionel Newman)
      23/11/1949 Chesterfield 10 A Thousand Violins
      23/11/1949 Chesterfield 10 Way Back Home (Al Lewis, Tom Waring)
      7/12/1949 Chesterfield 12 Manana (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      7/12/1949 Chesterfield 12 Stay Well (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson)
      11/1/1950 Chesterfield 17 Little Jack Frost, Get Lost (Al Stillman, Seger Ellis)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Sunshine Cake (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      13/12/1950 Chesterfield 46 A Bushel And A Peck (Frank Loesser)
      21/2/1951 Chesterfield 56 Just The Way You Are (Arthur Freed)

Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY - 20 GOLDEN GREATS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (UK)     Cat. Num.: DMCTV 3     Rel. Year: 1979
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:49 31/3/1939 DLA1742-A If I Had My Way (Lou Klein, James Kendis)
03:20 20/6/1951 L6318-A In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
03:05 9/6/1939 DLA1767-A Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
03:02 27/7/1940 DLA2073-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:28 25/4/1951 L6262-A Radio Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
02:59 20/7/1940 DLA2058-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
03:01 22/3/1939 DLA1734-A Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:50 23/6/1950 L5699-A Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
02:36 23/5/1941 DLA2401-A Be Honest With Me (Gene Autry, Fred Rose)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:06 9/6/1939 DLA1773-A Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:10 25/3/1947 L4387-7(A) The Spaniard That Blighted My Life (Billy Merson)
02:59 29/5/1942 DLA3009-B White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Al Jolson, Jane Wyman (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Four Hits and a Miss, The Jesters, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), John Scott Trotter Eight (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, The Paradise Island Trio, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BIX 'N' BING with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ASV - LIVING ERA (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AJA 5005 R     Rel. Year: 1981
02:51 23/11/1927 BVE40937-2 Changes (Walter Donaldson)
02:48 25/11/1927 BVE40945-2 Mary (Walter Donaldson)
03:27 8/2/1928 BVE41681-2 There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth The Salt Of My Tears (Fred Fisher)
03:02 13/2/1928 BVE41688-3 Sunshine (Irving Berlin)
03:27 18/2/1928 BVE41696-3 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
03:58 28/2/1928 CVE43117-3 High Water (J Keir Brennan, Ernest R Ball)
03:02 28/2/1928 BVE41689-4 From Monday On (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris)
03:01 15/3/1928 BVE43145-1 Lovable (Ralph Holmes, Seymour Simons, Richard A Whiting)
02:51 22/4/1928 BVE43662-1 My Pet (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
03:00 23/4/1928 BVE43667-3 Louisiana (Andy Razaf, J C Johnson, Bob Schafer)
03:00 24/4/1928 BVE43669-2 Do I Hear You Saying? (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:57 25/4/1928 BVE43760-1 You Took Advantage Of Me (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:50 10/6/1928 W146316-9 Tain't So Honey, 'tain't So (Willard Robison)
02:58 17/6/1928 W146542-3 That's My Weakness Now (Bud Green, Sam H. Stept)
02:57 18/6/1928 W146549-2 Because My Baby Don't Mean Maybe Now (Walter Donaldson)
03:11 5/4/1929 W148183-3 I'm In Seventh Heaven (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
03:19 3/5/1929 W148408-4 Reaching For Someone (Edgar Leslie, Walter Donaldson)
03:24 4/5/1929 W148421-4 Oh Miss Hannah (Thekla Hollingsworth, Jessie Deppen)
03:06 16/5/1929 W148422-8 Your Mother And Mine (Joe Goodwin, Gus Edwards)
02:53 13/9/1929 W148986-8 Waiting At The End Of The Road (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby (voc, vbk), Irene Taylor (voc), Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Harry Barris, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Al Rinker, Austin Young (vbk), Roy Bargy (arr, pno), Bill Challis, Ferde Grofe, Matty Malneck, Tom Satterfield (arr), Bix Beiderbecke (cn, c-m), Henry Busse, Harry Goldfield, Charles Margulis (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tr, tb), Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, asx, bss), Izzy Friedman (tsx, cl), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Lennie Hayton (pno), Mike Pingitore (bjo), Matty Malneck (vla), Steve Brown (sb), George Marsh (dms)


Title: BING CROSBY IN DIGITAL STEREO 1927 to 1934
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ABC RECORDS (Aus)     Cat. Num.: 836 172-2     Rel. Year: 1986
03:13 8/8/1934 DLA9-A Someday Sweetheart (John C Spikes, Benjamin Spikes)
02:46 25/11/1927 BVE40945-4 Mary (Walter Donaldson)
02:59 10/4/1929 W147888-6 So The Bluebirds And The Blackbirds Got Together (Billy Moll, Harry Barris)
03:38 19/1/1931 PBVE61068-2 I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
03:00 23/11/1931 E37373-B Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:20 27/8/1933 LA1-A Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:10 27/9/1933 LA20-A The Last Roundup (Billy Hill)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-A St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)
03:25 27/8/1933 LA4-B Black Moonlight (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:23 27/9/1933 LA19-A Beautiful Girl (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:12 22/10/1933 LA68-A We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:05 22/10/1933 LA69-B Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:17 11/12/1933 LA89-A Did You Ever See A Dream Walking? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:05 13/3/1934 LA146-A She Reminds Me Of You (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 5/7/1934 LA182-A Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)

Bing Crosby (voc, cym), Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris and Al Rinker) (vgr), Irving Aaronson and his Commanders, Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Jimmie Grier, Matty Malneck (arr), Bix Beiderbecke (cn), Henry Busse, Cootie Williams (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tr, tb), Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges (tsx), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Barney Bigard (cl), Harry Barris, Duke Ellington, Lennie Hayton, Joe Sullivan (pno), Fred Guy, Eddie Lang (gtr), Steve Brown (sb)


Title: Bing Crosby - Best 22 Songs
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: 35XD-501     Rel. Year: 1986
03:32 3/5/1944 L3411-A Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter)
      18/4/1956 L9164 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-B Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:00 22/6/1950 L5697-A La Vie En Rose (Louis G Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
02:57 11/2/1945 L3738-A You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
03:05 11/2/1945 L3735-B Siboney (Ernesto Lecuona, Dolly Morse)
02:49 23/6/1950 L5698-A Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
02:48 1/6/1942 DLA3013-A Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
02:00 26/6/1953 L7203-A Radio Somebody Loves Me (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, George Gershwin, Ballard Mc Donald)
02:44 14/11/1953 L7462-A Changing Partners (Joseph Darion, Larry Coleman)
02:27 17/7/1944 L3461-A Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
02:54 5/9/1950 L5816-A Beyond The Reef (Jack Pitman)
02:51 9/2/1951 L6057-A Here Ends The Rainbow (Waiting For Thee) (Also k/a The Hawaiian Wedding Song) (Johnny Burke, Charles E King)
02:55 5/9/1950 L5815-A Harbour Lights (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
02:49 29/12/1943 L3274-A September Song (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson)
      13/1/1944 KMH 317 I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:54 12/7/1945 L3889-A It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
02:32 13/12/1940 DLA2271-A Tea For Two (Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans)
      17/4/1956 L9154-A My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Marie Green, Betty Mullin (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio, Les Paul and his Trio (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra, Jack Pleis and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Frank Guarente (tr), Will Bradley (tb), Max Farley (tsx), Buddy Cole, Joe Moresco (pno), Les Paul (eg), Cal Gooden (gtr), Clinton Nordquist, Don Whitaker (sb), Nick Fatool (dms)


Title: BING CROSBY SINGS AGAIN
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD-5764     Rel. Year: 1986
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)
02:53 23/11/1931 E37373-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
02:35 12/7/1937 DLA832-A Smarty (Burton Lane, Ralph Freed)
03:09 30/6/1939 DLA1794-A What's New? (Johnny Burke, Bob Haggart)
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:24 17/7/1944 L3459-A Welcome To My Dream (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:23 18/7/1946 L4230-A Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
03:09 17/1/1947 L4345-A I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (Sam M Lewis, Ralph Erwin, Joe Young)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
02:54 5/9/1950 L5816-A Beyond The Reef (Jack Pitman)
02:56 21/2/1952 L6660 Ol' Spring Fever (Harry Warren, Leo Robin)
      1/12/1953 L7486-1 You Are Too Beautiful (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)

Bing Crosby (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Vocal Group, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Instrumental Group (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY SINGS CHRISTMAS SONGS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD-5765     Rel. Year: 1986
03:02 13/12/1940 DLA2273 test Jingle Bells - Part of a Christmas greeting to Decca Employees
03:08 8/6/1942 L3025-A Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
02:52 8/6/1942 L3027-A Faith Of Our Fathers (Henri F Hemy, William Frederick Faber, James G Walton)
02:16 8/6/1942 L3028-A God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3203-A I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
02:52 19/3/1947 L4376-A The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Torme, Robert Wells)
03:00 28/3/1947 L4401-A O Fir Tree Dark (Ken Darby)
02:31 11/5/1949 L5008-A The First Noel (Trad)
03:08 11/5/1949 L5009-A You're All I Want For Christmas (Seger Ellis, Glenn Moore)
03:22 31/5/1949 W74948-A Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Away In A Manger (Frank Luther, Kirkpatrick)
03:17 31/5/1949 W74949-A Good King Wenceslaus (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74949-A We Three Kings Of Orient Are (Trad, John Henry Hopkins)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Angels We Have Heard On High (Trad)
02:42 1/10/1951 L6462-A Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon)
02:44 1/10/1951 L6463-A It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Meredith Willson)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby (voc), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Ken Lane Singers, Max Terr Mixed Chorus (vgr), Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Simon Rady and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr), Jack Kapp (spk)


Title: BING CROSBY IN DIGITAL STEREO 1927 to 1934
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BBC (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD 648     Rel. Year: 1987
03:13 8/8/1934 DLA9-A Someday Sweetheart (John C Spikes, Benjamin Spikes)
02:46 25/11/1927 BVE40945-4 Mary (Walter Donaldson)
02:59 10/4/1929 W147888-6 So The Bluebirds And The Blackbirds Got Together (Billy Moll, Harry Barris)
03:38 19/1/1931 PBVE61068-2 I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
03:00 23/11/1931 E37373-B Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:20 27/8/1933 LA1-A Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:10 27/9/1933 LA20-A The Last Roundup (Billy Hill)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-A St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)
03:25 27/8/1933 LA4-B Black Moonlight (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:23 27/9/1933 LA19-A Beautiful Girl (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:12 22/10/1933 LA68-A We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:05 22/10/1933 LA69-B Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:17 11/12/1933 LA89-A Did You Ever See A Dream Walking? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:05 13/3/1934 LA146-A She Reminds Me Of You (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 5/7/1934 LA182-A Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)

Bing Crosby (voc, cym), Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris and Al Rinker) (vgr), Irving Aaronson and his Commanders, Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Jimmie Grier, Matty Malneck (arr), Bix Beiderbecke (cn), Henry Busse, Cootie Williams (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tr, tb), Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges (tsx), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Barney Bigard (cl), Harry Barris, Duke Ellington, Lennie Hayton, Joe Sullivan (pno), Fred Guy, Eddie Lang (gtr), Steve Brown (sb)


Title: BING - JUST BREEZIN' ALONG
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDP 7 48272 2     Rel. Year: 1987
      25/2/1975 Breezin' Along With The Breeze (Haven Gillespie, Seymour Simons, Richard A Whiting)
      22/2/1975 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      22/2/1975 original Heat Wave (Irving Berlin)
02:24 20/2/1975 original The Best Things In Life Are Free (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      22/2/1975 Original My Heart Stood Still (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      22/2/1975 I Got Rhythm (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      19/2/1975 Alternate The Good Old Times (Kenneth Barnes, Pete Moore)
      24/2/1975 Cabaret (Fred Ebb, John Kander)
      26/2/1975 Send In The Clowns (Stephen Sondheim)
      19/1/1976 alternate The Only Way To Go (Tim Rice, Marvin Hamlisch)
      25/2/1975 Have A Nice Day (Axton) (Hoyt Axton)
      25/2/1975 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)
      19/1/1976 alternate At My Time Of Life (Hal Shaper, Cyril Ornadel)
      26/2/1975 With A Song In My Heart (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      25/2/1975 Razzle Dazzle (Fred Ebb, John Kander)
03:29 19/2/1975 Original That's What Life Is All About (Les Reed, Kenneth Barnes, Bing Crosby, Peter Dacre)

Bing Crosby (voc), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE RADIO YEARS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: GNP CRESCENDO     Cat. Num.: GNPD9051     Rel. Year: 1987
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Singing In The Rain (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      14/3/1954 GEC 64 Young At Heart (Johnny Richards, Carolyn Leigh)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      Recorded February - March 1953 GEC 35 Valencia (Padilla, Boyer, Dick Charles, Grey)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 You Belong To Me (Robert J Asherman, Price, Redd Stewart)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 Wish You Were Here (Harold J Rome)
      18/4/1951 Chesterfield 64 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (Willet)
      27/11/1952 GEC 8 That's A-Plenty (Bert Williams, Henry Creamer)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Answer Me, My Love (Fred Rauch, Carl Sigman, Gerhard Winkler)
      12/3/1952 Chesterfield 98 I Don't Know Why (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Stranger In Paradise (Richard Wright, George Forrest)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Lullabye Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 (Where Is Your Heart?) The Song From Moulin Rouge (Georges Auric, Engvick)
      7/2/1954 GEC 59 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie, J Fred Coots)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Reaves, George Evans)
      11/12/1952 GEC 10 Takes Two To Tango (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 Ps I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      20/2/1952 Chesterfield 95 Till We Meet Again (Richard Egan, Richard A Whiting)

Lauren Bacall, Connie Boswell, Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Helen O'connell, Patti Page, Dick Powell (voc), Joe Rushton (Bax), The Andrews Sisters, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter's Dixieland Ensemble (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Ted Vesley (tb), Matty Matlock (cl), Buddy Cole (pno), Perry Botkin (gtr), Nick Fatool (dms)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE RADIO YEARS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: GNP CRESCENDO     Cat. Num.: GNPD9052     Rel. Year: 1987
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Hello, Hello (G)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Great Day (William Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans)
      1/12/1948 Philco 82 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie, B Smith)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Isaac Watts)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Zip A Dee Doo Dah (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel)
      27/6/1951 Chesterfield 74 On Top Of Old Smokey (Trad)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 Changing Partners (Joseph Darion, Larry Coleman)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      6/11/1946 Philco 4 It's Only A Paper Moon (Rose, Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      20/4/1949 Philco 102 Hand Holdin' Music (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      25/10/1953 GEC 44 Everybody Loves My Baby (Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 If This Isn't Love (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Burton Lane)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Mimi (G)
      25/10/1953 GEC 44 Vaya Con Dios (Buddy Pepper, Inez James, Larry Russell, Carl Hoff)
      14/1/1948 Philco 52 It Might As Well Be Spring (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, Chuck Meyer)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 The Jones Boy (Loyal Curtis, Mizzy)
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 The Old Lamplighter (Harry Tobias, Nat Simons)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 It's A Good Day (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Fred Gilbert)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 I Got The Sun In The Morning (Irving Berlin)
      30/3/1949 Philco 99 Clancy Lowered The Boom (Jim O'neill)
      28/2/1951 Chesterfield 57 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)

George Burns, Maurice Chevalier, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Burl Ives, Peggy Lee, Walter O'keefe, Kay Thompson, Rudy Vallee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), John Scott Trotter's Dixieland Ensemble (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: THE BEST OF BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: JOKER - THE ENTERTAINERS (France)     Cat. Num.: CD0248     Rel. Year: 1987
      22/2/1956 15409-1 True Love (Cole Porter)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B321-2 Dream A Little Dream Of Me (Gus Kahn, Wilbur Schwandt, Fabian Andre)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B323-6 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter (Joe Young, Fred E Ahlert)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B328-5 Down Among The Sheltering Palms (Abe Olman, James Brockman)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B326-6 Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Francis Wheeler)
      6/1/1956 15466 I Love You, Samantha (Cole Porter)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B322-3 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B332-7 Mack The Knife (Kurt Weill, Marc Blitztein)
      6/1/1956 15408 Little One (Cole Porter)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B325-2 Exactly Like You (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B327-4 Mama Loves Papa (Cliff Friend, Abel Baer)
      19/2/1957 H2J-B324-9 Tell Me (J Will Callahan, Max Kortlander)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B331-3 Whispering (John Schonberger, Richard Coburn, Vincent Rose)
03:10 17/7/1945 L3897-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:37 7/5/1946 L4169-A A Gal In Calico (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
      20/2/1957 H2J-B330-6 Along The Way To Waikiki (Gus Kahn, Richard A Whiting)
02:13 9/6/1955 L8849 Mastered 23 Nov.1955 In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis, Joe Young)
      31/12/1953 L7516-1 Vaya Con Dios (Buddy Pepper, Inez James, Larry Russell, Carl Hoff)
      21/3/1954 GEC 65 The Jones Boy (Loyal Curtis, Mizzy)

Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly (voc), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), John Green and his M G M Studio Orch, Bob Scobey Frisco Jazz Band, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Louis Armstrong (tr)


Title: 10TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION-VOL 1 Bing Sings All About Love
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: WARWICK RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: U1005A      Rel. Year: 1987
      4/12/1954 Overdub 20 Dec 1978 Love Is The Sweetest Thing (Ray Noble)
      1957 overdub 30 Nov 1978 True Love (Cole Porter)
      17/7/1957 overdub 21 Dec 1978 So Rare (Jack Sharpe, Jerry Herst)
      1957 overdub 14 Feb 1979 Chances Are (Al Stillman, Robert Allen)
      29/12/1955 overdub 21 Dec 1978 The Tender Trap (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      1957 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
      1960 overdub 27 Feb 1979 Heartaches By The Number (Harlan Howard)
      22/8/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I Wish You Love (AA Beach, Charles Trenet, Chauliac)
      4/4/1956 overdub 27 Feb 1979 Just Around The Corner (Dolph Singer, Harry von Tilzer)
      6/4/1955 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Try A Little Tenderness (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
      9/6/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Unchained Melody (Hyman Zaret, Alex North)
      8/3/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 Yours (Jack Sherr, Augustin Rodriguez, Gonzalo Roig)
      1960 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Misty (Johnny Burke, Errol Garner)
      14/3/1956 overdub 30 Jan 1979 You Turned The Tables On Me (Sidney Mitchell, Louis Alter)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 Don't Take Your Love From Me (Henry Nemo)
      8/3/1956 overdub 29 Jan 1979 We'll Be Together Again (Frankie Laine, Carl Fischer)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 2 Dec 1978 Just You, Just Me (Raymond Klages, Jesse Greer)
      14/3/1956 overdub 29 Jan 1979 Come Rain Or Come Shine (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      25/8/1955 overdub 30 Jan 1979 She's Funny That Way (Neil Moret, Richard A Whiting)
      1957 overdub 21 Dec 1978 At Sundown (Walter Donaldson)
      14/3/1956 overdub 14 Feb 1979 Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day (Maurice Sigler, Al Hoffman, Mabel Wayne)
      18/11/1954 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep (Irving Berlin)
      17/5/1956 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Love's Old Sweet Song (G Clifton Bingham, James Lyman Molloy)
      1957 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Let's Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep (Herman Hupfeld)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Issued in US by SILVER EAGLE RECORDS INC.

All the titles were recorded for radio in the 1950s and 1960s by Bing accompanied by Buddy Cole and his Trio and overdubbed with an orchestral accompaniment in stereo in 1978/9.
Many of the tracks were released in their original form by Mosaic Records in 2009 (see separate entry).


Title: 10TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION-VOL 2 Bing Swings Straight Down the Middle
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: WARWICK RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: U1005B      Rel. Year: 1987
      31/12/1957 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Straight Down The Middle (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      8/3/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Isle Of Capri (Jimmy Kennedy, Will Grosz)
      8/3/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Waiting For The Evening Mail (Billy Baskette)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 2 Dec 1978 You're In Kentucky, Sure As You're Born (Larry Shay, Haven Gillespie, Jack Little)
      22/8/1956 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Don't Blame Me (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
      14/3/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 I Can't Get Started (Ira Gershwin, Vernon Duke)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 13 Feb 1979 Ain't Misbehavin' (Harry Brooks, Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller)
      18/6/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbing Along (Harry M. Woods)
      8/3/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      18/6/1956 overdub 22 Dec 1978 Moonglow & Theme From Picnic (Eddie de Lange, Irving Mills, Will Hudson)
      2/3/1955 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Sunday (That One Day) (Ned Miller, Chester Conn, Benny Krueger, Jules Styne)
      4/4/1956 overdub 29 Jan 1979 When My Baby Smiles At Me (Ted Lewis, Billy Munro, Andrew B Sterling)
      4/4/1956 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      4/4/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 At The Jazz Band Ball (Nick La Rocca, Johnny Mercer, Ernest Shields)
      1957 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Old Cape Cod (Claire Rothrock, Allan Jeffrey, Milt Yakus)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now (Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller)
      26/8/1955 overdub 17 Jan 1979 The Banjo's Back In Town (Brown, Schman, Shuman)
      1957 overdub 30 Jan 1979 Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (Sidney Clare, Sam H Stept)
      14/3/1956 overdub 30 Jan 1979 Crazy Rhythm (Irving Caesar, Gus Kahn, Chuck Meyer)
      4/4/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Smiles (J Will Callahan, Lee M Roberts)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 26 Feb 1979 This Can't Be Love (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      4/4/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Margie (Benny Davis, Con Conrad, J Russel Robinson)
      18/11/1954 overdub 17 Jan 1979 Papa Loves Mambo (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning, Bix Reichner)
      20/6/1955 overdub 26 Feb 1979 'Deed I Do (Walter Hirsch, Fred Rose)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Issued in US by SILVER EAGLE RECORDS INC.

All the titles were recorded for radio in the 1950s and 1960s by Bing accompanied by Buddy Cole and his Trio and overdubbed with an orchestral accompaniment in stereo in 1978/9.
Many of the tracks were released in their original form by Mosaic Records in 2009 (see separate entry).


Title: 10TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION-VOL 3 From Broadway to Hollywood
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: WARWICK RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: U1005C      Rel. Year: 1987
      8/3/1956 overdub 20 Dec 1978 Manhattan (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      4/4/1956 overdub 27 Feb 1979 My Baby Just Cares For Me (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      8/3/1956 overdub 27 Feb 1979 Anything Goes (Cole Porter)
      4/12/1954 overdub 22 Dec 1978 All Through The Night (Cole Porter)
      8/3/1956 overdub 2 Dec 1978 You're The Top (Cole Porter)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 20 Dec 1978 I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      29/12/1955 overdub 27 Feb 1979 New Sun In The Sky (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 Mandy (Irving Berlin)
      20/6/1955 overdub 14 Feb 1979 My Ideal (Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard A Whiting)
      25/8/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 It's All Right With Me (Cole Porter)
      20/6/1955 overdub 20 Dec 1978 How Long Has This Been Going On (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      14/3/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I've Got A Crush On You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      6/4/1955 overdub 29 Jan 1979 What Is There To Say? (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Vernon Duke)
      1960 overdub 17 Jan 1979 Where Or When (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      20/6/1955 overdub 26 Feb 1979 The Lady Is A Tramp (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      8/3/1956 overdub 14 Feb 1979 My Funny Valentine (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      20/6/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Nice Work If You Can Get It (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      29/12/1955 overdub 21 Dec 1978 What Is This Thing Called Love? (Cole Porter)
      20/6/1955 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I See Your Face Before Me (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      18/6/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
      1957 overdub 13 Feb 1979 You'll Never Know (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
      1957 overdub 13 Feb 1979 It's Not For Me To Say (Al Stillman, Robert Allen)
      22/8/1956 overdub 22 Dec 1978 You're Sensational (Cole Porter)
      23/8/1956 overdub 22 Dec 1978 They Didn't Believe Me (ME Rourke, Jerome Kern)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 We're In The Money (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Issued in US by SILVER EAGLE RECORDS INC.

All the titles were recorded for radio in the 1950s and 1960s by Bing accompanied by Buddy Cole and his Trio and overdubbed with an orchestral accompaniment in stereo in 1978/9.
Many of the tracks were released in their original form by Mosaic Records in 2009 (see separate entry)..


Title: BING CROSBY - THE CROONER - The Columbia Years 1928 - 1934 Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: COLUMBIA (US)     Cat. Num.: C3K 44229      Rel. Year: 1988     Volumes: 3
02:25 28/12/1928 W147546-3 Rose Of Mandalay (Ted Koehler, Frank Magine)
03:21 25/1/1929 W401555-B I'm Crazy Over You (Al Sherman, Al Lewis)
03:12 26/1/1929 W401562-C My Kinda Love (Jo Trent, Louis Alter)
03:27 7/3/1929 W147751-11 My Angeline (L Wolfe Gilbert, Mabel Wayne)
03:09 25/4/1929 W148184-8 Little Pal (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
03:24 4/5/1929 W148421-4 Oh Miss Hannah (Thekla Hollingsworth, Jessie Deppen)
02:41 4/5/1929 W148423-4 Orange Blossom Time (Joe Goodwin, Gus Edwards)
02:53 13/9/1929 W148986-8 Waiting At The End Of The Road (Irving Berlin)
03:55 18/10/1929 W91791-1 Old Black Joe (Stephen Collins Foster)
      18/10/1929 W91791-1 My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Collins Foster)
      18/10/1929 W91791-1 Carry Me Back To Old Virginny (James A Bland)
      18/10/1929 W91791-1 Swanee River (Stephen Collins Foster)
03:09 3/12/1931 E37440-B I'm Sorry Dear (Harry Tobias, Johnny Scott, Anson Weeks)
03:06 21/12/1931 E37474-A Can't We Talk It Over? (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
03:23 21/12/1931 E37525-A I Found You (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ray Noble)
03:13 21/1/1932 B11163-A Snuggled On Your Shoulder (Joe Young, Carmen Lombardo)
03:06 16/2/1932 B11291-C Starlight (Joe Young, Bernice Petkere)
03:03 23/2/1932 B11330-A Love, You Funny Thing (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
03:10 29/2/1932 B11376-A Shine (Lew Brown, Ford Dabney, Cecil Mack)
04:23 8/3/1932 BX11416-B Soft Lights And Sweet Music (Irving Berlin)
03:04 8/3/1932 B11417-A Shadows On The Window (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
03:02 15/3/1932 B11480-B Paradise (Gordon Clifford, Nacio Herb Brown)
02:55 15/3/1932 B11481-A You're Still In My Heart (Jack Yellen, Dan Dougherty)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Mills Brothers (vgr), Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, The Ipana Troubadours, Sam Lanin's Famous Players and Singers, Studio Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Sam Lanin (dir), Roy Bargy, Bill Challis, Ferde Grofe, Glenn Miller (arr), Bix Beiderbecke (cn), Bob Effros, Frank Guarente, Manny Klein (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Herman "Hymie" Woolfson (tsx), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Joe Moresco (pno), Mike Pingitore (bjo), Eddie Lang (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln), Larry Gomar (dms), Helen Crawford (org)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE CROONER - The Columbia Years 1928 - 1934 Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: COLUMBIA (US)     Cat. Num.: C3K 44229      Rel. Year: 1988     Volumes: 3
05:22 13/4/1932 BX11701-A Lawd You Made The Night Too Long (Sam M Lewis, Victor Young)
03:01 24/4/1932 JC8596-B Lazy Day (Gus Kahn, Grace Leboy Khan, Eric Maschwitz, George Posford)
03:05 24/4/1932 JC8597-A Let's Try Again (Charles Newman, Isham Jones)
02:38 25/5/1932 JC8636-1 With Summer Coming On (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
03:07 26/5/1932 JC8640-1 Love Me Tonight (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
02:35 26/5/1932 JC8641-1 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
03:05 25/10/1932 B12500-A Linger A Little Longer In The Twilight (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
02:58 25/10/1932 B12501-A We're A Couple Of Soldiers (My Baby And Me) (Harry M. Woods)
03:11 25/10/1932 B12502-A Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Jay Gorney)
02:49 25/10/1932 B12505-A Sweet Sue, Just You (Will J Harris, Victor Young)
03:07 28/10/1932 B12510-A Let's Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep (Herman Hupfeld)
02:58 28/10/1932 B12519-A I'll Follow You (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
03:08 4/11/1932 B12531-A Some Day We'll Meet Again (Al Goodhart, Milton Ager, Al Hoffman)
03:13 9/12/1932 B12706-A Street Of Dreams (Sam M Lewis, Victor Young)
03:12 9/12/1932 B12707-A It's Within Your Power (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:06 9/1/1933 B12856-A I'm Playing With Fire (Irving Berlin)
03:11 9/1/1933 B12857-A Try A Little Tenderness (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
02:47 12/1/1933 B12887-A You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:05 12/1/1933 B12888-A Young And Healthy (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:09 12/1/1933 B12889-A You're Beautiful Tonight My Dear (Joe Young, Carmen Lombardo)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Boswell Sisters (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Don Redman and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer (orc), Horace Henderson (arr), Lebert Lombardo (tr), Tommy Dorsey, Jack Jenney (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Jimmy Dorsey (cl), Lennie Hayton, Howard Smith (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE CROONER - The Columbia Years 1928 - 1934 Disc 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: COLUMBIA (US)     Cat. Num.: C3K 44229      Rel. Year: 1988     Volumes: 3
03:22 26/1/1933 B12991-B Test I've Got The World On A String (Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen)
02:58 26/1/1933 B12992-A My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
03:09 9/2/1933 B13043-A What Do I Care, It's Home (Roy Turk, Harry Smolin)
03:06 9/2/1933 B13044-A You've Got Me Crying Again (Charles Newman, Isham Jones)
03:00 14/3/1933 B13149-A Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn (Ned Washington, Edgar Hayes, Irving Mills)
02:45 14/3/1933 B13150-A Stay On The Right Side Of The Road (Ted Koehler, Rube Bloom)
02:45 14/3/1933 B13151-A Here Is My Heart (Pat Ballard, Henderson)
02:42 9/6/1933 B779-A Learn To Croon (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:01 9/6/1933 B781-A My Love (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
03:01 9/6/1933 B782-A I've Got To Pass Your House (Lew Brown)
03:19 13/6/1933 B791-A Blue Prelude (Gordon Jenkins, Joe Bishop)
03:17 13/6/1933 B792-A I Would If I Could But I Can't (Mitchell Parrish, Bing Crosby, Lanny Grey)
02:56 13/6/1933 B794-A Shadow Waltz (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:32 16/6/1933 B803-A I've Got To Sing A Torch Song (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:23 16/6/1933 B804-A There's A Cabin In The Pines (Billy Hill)
03:10 27/9/1933 LA20-A The Last Roundup (Billy Hill)
03:29 27/9/1933 LA22-A Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
03:07 11/12/1933 LA90-A Let's Spend An Evening At Home (Ralph Freed, Harry Barris)
02:54 25/2/1934 LA137-B May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:43 10/3/1934 LA144-A Little Dutch Mill (Ralph Freed, Harry Barris)
02:46 10/3/1934 LA145-A Shadows Of Love (Alvin Kaufman, Mildred Kaufman, Mickey Kippel)
02:55 13/3/1934 LA147-B Riding Around In The Rain (Gene Austin, Carmen Lombardo)
03:22 5/7/1934 LA184-A Give Me A Heart To Sing To (Ned Washington, Maxson Judell, Victor Young)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Mills Brothers (vgr), Irving Aaronson and his Commanders, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Studio Orchestra (orc), Glenn Miller (arr), Bunny Berigan, Walter Holzhaus (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Schumacher (asx), James Briggs, Jimmy Dorsey (cl), Lennie Hayton, Fulton McGrath (pno), Richard Ebrecke, Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: BING - FEELS GOOD, FEELS RIGHT
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LONDON (UK)     Cat. Num.: 820 586-2     Rel. Year: 1988
02:49 20/7/1976 The Way We Were (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Marvin Hamlisch)
03:09 20/7/1976 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
03:08 20/7/1976 Nevertheless (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby)
02:51 20/7/1976 When I Leave The World Behind (Irving Berlin)
      21/7/1976 2 Original Time On My Hands (Vincent Youmans, Harold Adamson, Mack Gordon)
      21/7/1976 2 Original Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
02:50 21/7/1976 The Night Is Young And You're So Beautiful (Billy Rose, Irving Kahal, Dana Suesse)
03:49 21/7/1976 The Rose In Her Hair (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
02:11 22/7/1976 Old Fashioned Love (Cecil Mack, James P Johnson)
03:32 22/7/1976 There's Nothing I Haven't Sung About (Lyn Duddy, Jerry Bresler)
03:12 22/7/1976 Feels Good Feels Right (Mitzi Welch, Ken Welch)
04:16 17/8/1976 What's New? (Johnny Burke, Bob Haggart)
03:58 17/8/1976 At Last (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)
02:53 17/8/1976 I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (George Bassman, Ned Washington)
02:29 17/8/1976 That Old Black Magic (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Alan Cohen Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - WHERE THE BLUE OF THE NIGHT
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LONDON (UK)     Cat. Num.: 820 552 2     Rel. Year: 1988
02:53 23/11/1931 E37373-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:02 12/6/1931 LA1043-B I Found A Million Dollar Baby In A Five & Ten Cent Store (Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, Harry Warren)
03:00 14/9/1931 E37156-A Sweet And Lovely (Harry Tobias, Gus Arnheim, Jules Lemare)
03:17 19/8/1931 E37085-A I Apologise (Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, Edward G Nelson)
02:48 19/8/1931 E37087-A Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:28 4/5/1931 LA1037-A Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:05 8/10/1931 E37284-A Too Late (Sam M Lewis, Victor Young)
02:28 19/8/1931 E37086-A Dancing In The Dark (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
03:06 6/10/1931 E37282-A A Faded Summer Love (Phil Baxter)
03:19 3/12/1931 E37440-A I'm Sorry Dear (Harry Tobias, Johnny Scott, Anson Weeks)
02:54 8/10/1931 E37285-A Goodnight Sweetheart (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ray Noble)
03:17 30/3/1931 LA984-A If You Should Ever Need Me (Al Dubin, Joe Burke)
03:06 21/12/1931 E37474-A Can't We Talk It Over? (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
03:17 12/6/1931 LA1042-B Many Happy Returns Of The Day (Al Dubin, Joe Burke)
03:23 21/12/1931 E37525-A I Found You (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ray Noble)
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)

Bing Crosby (voc), Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Studio Orchestra (orc), Victor Young (dir), Tommy Dorsey (tr, tb), Chester (Chet) Hazlett (asx), Joe Moresco (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln), Helen Crawford (org)


Title: THE BEST OF BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (UK)     Cat. Num.: DMCL 1607     Rel. Year: 1988
02:53 23/11/1931 E37373-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
02:54 12/7/1945 L3889-A It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:48 11/7/1938 DLA1316-A Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
03:00 5/6/1947 W73940-A The Whiffenpoof Song (George S Pomeroy, Tod B Galloway, Meade Minnigerade, Rudy Vallee)
02:50 7/8/1945 L3904-A I Can't Begin To Tell You (James V Monaco, Mack Gordon)
02:49 23/6/1950 L5698-A Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
03:20 20/6/1951 L6318-A In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
02:50 23/6/1950 L5699-A Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Jane Wyman (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Four Hits and a Miss, The Jesters, Fred Waring Glee Club, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Instrumental Group, Les Paul and his Trio (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Carmen Cavallaro (pno), Les Paul (eg), Cal Gooden, George Harris, Eddie Lang (gtr), Clinton Nordquist, Steve Porpora (sb), John L Shanahan (dms)


Title: BING CROSBY - HOLIDAY INN
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD-25205     Rel. Year: 1988
02:42 1/6/1942 DLA3015-A Be Careful, It's My Heart (Irving Berlin)
02:45 29/5/1942 DLA3010-A Abraham (Irving Berlin)
02:48 1/6/1942 DLA3013-A Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
02:22 29/5/1942 DLA3011-A Song Of Freedom (Irving Berlin)
02:28 25/5/1942 DLA2989-B Lazy (Irving Berlin)
02:23 27/5/1942 DLA2996-A I'll Capture Her Heart (Irving Berlin)
02:57 25/5/1942 DLA2991-A I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For (Irving Berlin)
02:59 29/5/1942 DLA3009-B White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:46 1/6/1942 DLA3014-A Happy Holiday (Irving Berlin)
02:32 25/5/1942 DLA2990-B Let's Start The New Year Right (Irving Berlin)

Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Margaret Lenhart (voc), Ken Darby Singers, The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids (vgr), Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY SINGS THE GREAT SONGS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PICKWICK (UK)     Cat. Num.: PWK 065     Rel. Year: 1988
02:48 19/8/1931 E37087-A Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:04 19/8/1936 DLA588-A A Fine Romance (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
03:05 8/7/1938 DLA1310-A Summertime (Dubose Heyward, George Gershwin)
03:11 5/7/1941 DLA2504-A Danny Boy (Frederic Weatherly, Trad)
02:49 29/12/1943 L3274-A September Song (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:10 11/2/1944 L3316-A Night And Day (Cole Porter)
03:32 3/5/1944 L3411-A Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter)
03:42 15/12/1944 L3707-A These Foolish Things (Holt Marvel (Eric Maschwitz), Jack Strachey, Harry Link)
02:40 5/9/1945 L3950-A Who's Sorry Now? (Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar, Ted Snyder)
03:30 16/1/1946 W73280-A Personality (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:44 21/1/1946 W73288-A On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
02:56 24/12/1947 L4731-A I've Got You Under My Skin (Cole Porter)
02:18 18/11/1954 L8848 Mastered 13 Dec 1955 Ol' Man River (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
02:59 17/4/1956 L9153-A Memories Are Made Of This (Terry Gilkyson, Richard Dehr, Frank Miller)

Bing Crosby, Dixie Lee Crosby, Lionel Hampton (voc), The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Eddie Condon and his Orchestra, Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra, Eddie Heywood and his Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, Jack Pleis and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Victor Young (dir)


Title: BIX BEIDERBECKE - BIX LIVES!
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BLUEBIRD (US)     Cat. Num.: CD 6845-2     Rel. Year: 1989
02:50 23/11/1927 BVE40937-3 Changes (Walter Donaldson)
02:48 25/11/1927 BVE40945-2 Mary (Walter Donaldson)
03:27 8/2/1928 BVE41681-2 There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth The Salt Of My Tears (Fred Fisher)
03:02 28/2/1928 BVE41689-4 From Monday On (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris)
03:01 15/3/1928 BVE43145-1 Lovable (Ralph Holmes, Seymour Simons, Richard A Whiting)
02:50 22/4/1928 BVE43662-2 My Pet (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
03:00 23/4/1928 BVE43667-3 Louisiana (Andy Razaf, J C Johnson, Bob Schafer)
02:57 25/4/1928 BVE43760-1 You Took Advantage Of Me (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)

Bing Crosby (voc, vbk), Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Harry Barris, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Al Rinker, Austin Young (vbk), Bill Challis, Matty Malneck, Tom Satterfield (arr), Bix Beiderbecke (cn, c-m), Henry Busse, Harry Goldfield, Charles Margulis (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tr, tb), Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, asx), Izzy Friedman (tsx), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Roy Bargy, Lennie Hayton (pno), Matty Malneck (vla), Steve Brown (sb), George Marsh (dms)


Title: A TRIBUTE TO DUKE (9 tracks, 1 Crosby - but it is rare)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CONCORD JAZZ (Germany)     Cat. Num.: CCD 4050     Rel. Year: 1989
      15/4/1977 Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Duke Ellington, SK "Bob" Russell)

Bing Crosby (voc), Instrumental Group (ing)


Title: BING CROSBY - REMEMBERING 1927-34
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CONIFER (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDHD 123     Rel. Year: 1989
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:17 11/12/1933 LA89-A Did You Ever See A Dream Walking? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:06 26/1/1933 B12991-A I've Got The World On A String (Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen)
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-A Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
03:12 14/10/1932 B12474-A A Ghost Of A Chance (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
02:58 26/1/1933 B12992-A My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
03:13 16/6/1933 B805-A Down The Old Ox Road (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
03:06 22/10/1933 LA69-A Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:00 14/3/1933 B13149-A Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn (Ned Washington, Edgar Hayes, Irving Mills)
02:45 14/3/1933 B13150-A Stay On The Right Side Of The Road (Ted Koehler, Rube Bloom)
03:13 8/8/1934 DLA9-A Someday Sweetheart (John C Spikes, Benjamin Spikes)
02:35 26/5/1932 JC8641-1 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
03:10 29/2/1932 B11376-A Shine (Lew Brown, Ford Dabney, Cecil Mack)
03:05 29/4/1927 BVE38135-7 I'm Coming Virginia (Will Marion Cook, Donald Heywood)
03:23 16/6/1933 B804-A There's A Cabin In The Pines (Billy Hill)

Bing Crosby, Al Rinker (voc), Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Matty Malneck, Glenn Miller (arr), Red Nichols (cn), Bunny Berigan, Frank Guarente, Walter Holzhaus, Manny Klein (tr), Will Bradley, Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Max Farley (tsx), Charles Strickfadden (bsx), Jimmy Dorsey (cl), Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco, Joe Sullivan (pno), Richard Ebrecke, Eddie Lang, Gilbert Torres (gtr), Matty Malneck (vln), Red Norvo (xyl)


Title: BING CROSBY - POCKETFUL OF DREAMS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: FANFARE (US)     Cat. Num.: CDD 457     Rel. Year: 1989
02:48 13/6/1933 B793-A Learn To Croon (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
02:48 19/8/1931 E37087-A Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:10 29/10/1930 PBVE61048-3 It Must Be True (Gordon Clifford, Gus Arnheim, Harry Barris)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-A St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)
03:10 29/2/1932 B11376-A Shine (Lew Brown, Ford Dabney, Cecil Mack)
03:11 25/10/1932 B12502-A Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Jay Gorney)
02:47 12/1/1933 B12887-A You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)
03:23 2/3/1931 PBVE61077-2 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
03:19 27/8/1933 LA2-A The Day You Came Along (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
02:58 26/1/1933 B12992-A My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
03:01 9/6/1933 B782-A I've Got To Pass Your House (Lew Brown)
03:02 25/2/1934 LA134-A Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:00 9/11/1934 DLA72-A Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)
03:04 19/8/1936 DLA588-A A Fine Romance (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
03:06 26/1/1938 DLA1152-A Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
03:06 1/7/1938 DLA1297-A Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:38 11/7/1938 DLA1312-A I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Dixie Lee Crosby, Johnny Mercer (voc), The Mills Brothers (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc), Victor Young (dir), Jimmie Grier (arr), Bunny Berigan, Lebert Lombardo, Cootie Williams (tr), Lawrence Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Joe Nanton (tb), Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges (tsx), Barney Bigard (cl), Harry Barris, Duke Ellington (pno), Fred Guy, Eddie Lang (gtr)

NOTES:
Note: for a CD this has pretty poor quality sound and there are clear indications that it was recorded straight from LP with no treatment of clicks etc.


Title: BING CROSBY - OUT OF NOWHERE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LONDON (UK)     Cat. Num.: 820 553 2     Rel. Year: 1989
03:10 4/5/1931 LA1036-B Were You Sincere? (Jack Meskill, Vincent Rose)
03:13 21/1/1932 B11163-A Snuggled On Your Shoulder (Joe Young, Carmen Lombardo)
03:17 13/6/1933 B792-A I Would If I Could But I Can't (Mitchell Parrish, Bing Crosby, Lanny Grey)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:01 6/10/1931 E37281-A Now That You're Gone (Gus Kahn, Ted FioRito)
03:32 16/6/1933 B803-A I've Got To Sing A Torch Song (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:09 30/3/1931 LA983-A Out Of Nowhere (Edward Heyman, John W Green)
03:19 24/6/1931 LA1051-B At Your Command (Harry Tobias, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
03:11 25/10/1932 B12502-A Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Jay Gorney)
03:11 9/1/1933 B12857-A Try A Little Tenderness (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-A Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
03:01 24/4/1932 JC8596-B Lazy Day (Gus Kahn, Grace Leboy Khan, Eric Maschwitz, George Posford)
03:25 27/8/1933 LA4-A Black Moonlight (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:13 9/12/1932 B12706-A Street Of Dreams (Sam M Lewis, Victor Young)
04:24 25/10/1931 E37320-A The Thrill Is Gone (Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
04:41 25/10/1931 E37321-A Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries (Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby (voc), The Boswell Sisters, Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra (orc), Victor Young (dir), Frank Guarente, Manny Klein (tr), Will Bradley, Tommy Dorsey, Jack Jenney (tb), Max Farley (tsx), Frank Schumacher (asx), Jimmy Dorsey (cl), Harry Barris, Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco (pno), Richard Ebrecke, Eddie Lang (gtr), Red Norvo (xyl)


Title: BING CROSBY - BLUE SKIES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD-25989     Rel. Year: 1989
03:23 18/7/1946 L4230-A Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
03:14 18/7/1946 L4229-A All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
02:17 24/7/1946 L4246-A A Couple Of Song And Dance Men (Irving Berlin)
03:06 24/7/1946 L4247-C I'll See You IN C.U.B.A. (Irving Berlin)
02:41 11/12/1944 L3693-A June Comes Around Every Year (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
02:47 21/1/1945 L3724-A I'd Rather Be Me (Felix Bernard, Eddie Cherkose, Sam Coslow)
02:50 18/7/1946 L4231-A You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
02:37 18/7/1946 L4232-A (Running Around In Circles) Getting Nowhere (Irving Berlin)
02:25 18/7/1946 L4233-A Everybody Step (Irving Berlin)
02:56 4/12/1944 L3679-A Out Of This World (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
03:03 18/7/1946 L4234-A A Serenade To An Old Fashioned Girl (Irving Berlin)
02:34 24/7/1946 L4248-A I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now (Irving Berlin)

Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin (voc), Chorus, Girls' Octet, Vocal Group (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY SINGS MORE GREAT SONGS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PICKWICK (UK)     Cat. Num.: PWK 088     Rel. Year: 1989
03:10 12/11/1935 DLA253-A Red Sails In The Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
02:56 14/10/1938 C91511-A You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
03:05 9/6/1939 DLA1767-A Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
03:00 23/7/1940 DLA2067-A You Made Me Love You (Joseph Mc Carthy, James V Monaco)
03:20 20/12/1940 DLA2287-A A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin)
02:55 23/8/1943 L3181-A People Will Say We're In Love (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
02:48 17/2/1944 L3318-A I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
02:40 8/12/1944 L3685-A Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
02:51 19/3/1947 L4378-A There's No Business Like Show Business (Irving Berlin)
03:07 12/11/1947 L4553-A They Can't Take That Away From Me (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
03:25 7/9/1950 L5826-A Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prevert)
02:23 31/12/1953 L7513-1 I Love Paris (Cole Porter)
02:53 31/12/1953 L7514-1 Secret Love (Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster)
02:35 31/12/1953 L7515-1 Stranger In Paradise (Richard Wright, George Forrest)
03:21 18/6/1956 L9937 Mastered 14 May 1957 Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell)

Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Dick Haymes (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Merry Macs, Sportsmen Glee Club (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: CHRISTMAS WITH BING
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PICKWICK (UK)     Cat. Num.: PWKS561     Rel. Year: 1989
02:39 22/11/1955 L8805-1 Christmas Is A-Comin' (Frank Luther)
02:11 22/6/1950 L5695-A Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
02:40 17/11/1952 L6895-A Radio Sleigh Ride (Leroy Anderson, Mitchell Parrish)
02:53 5/9/1950 L5819-A Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Trad)
      5/9/1950 L5819-A That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      5/9/1950 L5819-A I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus ( 1) (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      5/9/1950 L5820-A That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:04 8/9/1950 L5833-A Looks Like A Cold, Cold Winter (Jack Fulton, Al Goering, Caesar Petrillo)
02:44 3/10/1956 L9585-A I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day (Henry W Longfellow, Johnny Marks)
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
03:06 22/11/1955 L8806-1 The First Snowfall (Johnny Burke, Paul Francis Webster)
02:40 8/9/1950 L5834-A Marshmallow World (Peter De Rose, Carl Sigman)
02:43 10/4/1954 L7623-A Snow (Irving Berlin)
02:50 12/11/1952 L6936-A Sleigh Bell Serenade (Paul Francis Webster, Sonny Burke)
02:12 23/11/1955 L8820-Radio Is Christmas Only A Tree? (Mark Rebek)
01:50 17/11/1952 L6897-A Radio Little Jack Frost, Get Lost (Al Stillman, Seger Ellis)
03:09 5/9/1950 L5820-A The Snowman (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      5/9/1950 L5820-A I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:55 6/9/1950 L5821-A That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:46 1/6/1942 DLA3014-A Happy Holiday (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Dennis Crosby, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Phillip Crosby, The Lee Gordon Singers, Danny Kaye, Peggy Lee, Trudy Stevens (voc), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), Sonny Burke Orchestra, Buddy Cole Orchestra, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Jeff Alexander Chorus (cho)


Title: PAUL WHITEMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA- The Victor Masters
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: RCA (US)     Cat. Num.: 9678-2-R     Rel. Year: 1989
03:01 15/3/1928 BVE43145-1 Lovable (Ralph Holmes, Seymour Simons, Richard A Whiting)
02:51 23/11/1927 BVE40937-2 Changes (Walter Donaldson)
03:05 29/4/1927 BVE38135-7 I'm Coming Virginia (Will Marion Cook, Donald Heywood)
02:55 27/1/1928 BVE41470-5 Make Believe (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
03:12 11/1/1928 BVE41607-2 Ol' Man River (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
02:57 25/4/1928 BVE43760-1 You Took Advantage Of Me (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:27 18/2/1928 BVE41696-3 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
02:59 13/2/1928 BVE41689-3 From Monday On (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris)

Bing Crosby, Al Rinker (voc, vbk), Irene Taylor (voc), Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Harry Barris, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Austin Young (vbk), Bill Challis, Ferde Grofe, Tom Satterfield (arr), Matty Malneck (arr, vla), Matty Malneck (arr, vln), Bix Beiderbecke (cn, tr, c-m), Red Nichols (cn), Henry Busse, Harry Goldfield (tr), Tommy Dorsey, Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, asx), Izzy Friedman (tsx, cl), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl, rds), Charles Strickfadden (bsx), Roy Bargy, Lennie Hayton (pno), Gilbert Torres (gtr), Steve Brown (sb), George Marsh (dms)

NOTES:
20 tracks of which 8 are of Bing Crosby.


Title: CLASSIC CROSBY IN DIGITAL STEREO 1931 TO 1938
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ABC RECORDS (Aus)     Cat. Num.: 838 985-2     Rel. Year: 1990
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-A Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:02 25/2/1934 LA134-A Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:08 25/2/1934 LA135-A Once In A Blue Moon (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 25/2/1934 LA136-A Goodnight Lovely Little Lady (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:52 25/2/1934 LA137-A May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:58 26/1/1933 B12992-A My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
03:29 27/9/1933 LA22-A Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
03:06 9/2/1933 B13044-A You've Got Me Crying Again (Charles Newman, Isham Jones)
03:22 27/9/1933 LA21-A After Sundown (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
02:35 26/5/1932 JC8641-1 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
02:46 10/3/1934 LA145-A Shadows Of Love (Alvin Kaufman, Mildred Kaufman, Mickey Kippel)
02:57 25/9/1937 DLA971-A Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
02:40 19/8/1936 DLA589-A Me And The Moon (Walter Hirsch, Lou Handman)
02:44 11/9/1937 DLA909-B Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon (Harry Tobias, Percy Weinrich)
03:08 9/12/1938 DLA1625-A I'm Falling In Love With Someone (Rida Johnson Young, Victor Herbert)
02:59 8/7/1938 DLA1311-A A Blues Serenade (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Signorelli)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Frances Langford (voc), Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, Lani McIntire and his Hawaiians, Studio Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Bunny Berigan, Frank Guarente, Manny Klein (tr), Will Bradley, Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Max Farley (tsx), Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr), Red Norvo (xyl)


Title: BING CROSBY - HERE LIES LOVE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ASV - LIVING ERA (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AJA 5043     Rel. Year: 1990
02:56 5/10/1934 DLA65-A The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
03:02 25/2/1934 LA134-A Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:10 9/11/1934 DLA71-B June In January (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:06 9/2/1933 B13044-A You've Got Me Crying Again (Charles Newman, Isham Jones)
02:52 25/2/1934 LA137-A May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 9/11/1934 DLA70-A With Every Breath I Take (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:06 22/10/1933 LA69-A Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:11 8/8/1934 DLA8-A Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
03:00 14/9/1931 E37156-A Sweet And Lovely (Harry Tobias, Gus Arnheim, Jules Lemare)
03:09 5/7/1934 LA182-A Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:47 12/1/1933 B12887-A You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:07 8/8/1934 DLA6-B I Love You Truly (Carrie Jacobs Bond)
03:13 8/8/1934 DLA9-A Someday Sweetheart (John C Spikes, Benjamin Spikes)
03:09 12/1/1933 B12889-A You're Beautiful Tonight My Dear (Joe Young, Carmen Lombardo)
03:00 9/11/1934 DLA72-A Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)
03:16 8/8/1934 DLA7-B Just A Wearyin' For You (Frank Stanton, Carrie Jacobs Bond)
03:10 29/10/1930 PBVE61048-3 It Must Be True (Gordon Clifford, Gus Arnheim, Harry Barris)
03:12 14/10/1932 B12473-A Here Lies Love (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)

Bing Crosby (voc), Irving Aaronson and his Commanders, ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra (orc), Victor Young (dir), Jimmie Grier (arr), Lebert Lombardo (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Lennie Hayton, Joe Sullivan (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY - ON THE SENTIMENTAL SIDE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ASV - LIVING ERA (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AJA 5072     Rel. Year: 1990
03:25 27/8/1933 LA4-A Black Moonlight (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
02:47 22/10/1933 LA70-A Our Big Love Scene (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:17 30/3/1931 LA984-A If You Should Ever Need Me (Al Dubin, Joe Burke)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
02:48 19/8/1931 E37087-A Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:28 19/8/1931 E37086-A Dancing In The Dark (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
03:02 12/6/1931 LA1043-B I Found A Million Dollar Baby In A Five & Ten Cent Store (Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, Harry Warren)
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)
02:45 21/1/1938 DLA1148-A My Heart Is Taking Lessons (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:04 4/11/1938 DLA1548-A I Have Eyes (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:50 4/11/1938 DLA1547-A You're A Sweet Little Headache (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:50 10/3/1939 DLA1721-A Sing A Song Of Sunbeams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:44 4/11/1938 DLA1549-A The Funny Old Hills (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:51 21/1/1938 DLA1150-A On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:48 4/11/1938 DLA1550-A Joobalai (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:01 10/3/1939 DLA1720-A That Sly Old Gentleman From Featherbed Lane (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:58 19/12/1938 DLA1689-A Between A Kiss And A Sigh (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:55 2/12/1938 DLA1608-A Thine Alone (Henry Blossom, Victor Herbert)
03:10 31/3/1939 DLA1745-A I'm Building A Sailboat Of Dreams (Dave Franklin, Cliff Friend)
03:13 5/3/1937 DLA742-A Sweet Is The Word For You (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)

Bing Crosby (voc), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc), Victor Young (dir), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: CLASSIC CROSBY IN DIGITAL STEREO 1931 TO 1938
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BBC (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD 766     Rel. Year: 1990
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-A Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:02 25/2/1934 LA134-A Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:08 25/2/1934 LA135-A Once In A Blue Moon (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 25/2/1934 LA136-A Goodnight Lovely Little Lady (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:52 25/2/1934 LA137-A May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:58 26/1/1933 B12992-A My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
03:29 27/9/1933 LA22-A Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
03:06 9/2/1933 B13044-A You've Got Me Crying Again (Charles Newman, Isham Jones)
03:22 27/9/1933 LA21-A After Sundown (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
02:35 26/5/1932 JC8641-1 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
02:46 10/3/1934 LA145-A Shadows Of Love (Alvin Kaufman, Mildred Kaufman, Mickey Kippel)
02:57 25/9/1937 DLA971-A Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
02:40 19/8/1936 DLA589-A Me And The Moon (Walter Hirsch, Lou Handman)
02:44 11/9/1937 DLA909-B Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon (Harry Tobias, Percy Weinrich)
03:08 9/12/1938 DLA1625-A I'm Falling In Love With Someone (Rida Johnson Young, Victor Herbert)
02:59 8/7/1938 DLA1311-A A Blues Serenade (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Signorelli)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Frances Langford (voc), Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, Lani McIntire and his Hawaiians, Studio Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Bunny Berigan, Frank Guarente, Manny Klein (tr), Will Bradley, Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Max Farley (tsx), Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr), Red Norvo (xyl)


Title: BING CROSBY - NEW TRICKS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: DECCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: 25P2 2833     Rel. Year: 1990
02:56 29/12/1955 L9926 Mastered 14 May 1957 When I Take My Sugar To Tea (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, Pierre Norman)
02:54 14/3/1956 L9943 Mastered 14 May 1957 On The Alamo (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
03:42 23/8/1956 L9938 Mastered 14 May 1957 I'm Confessin' (Dan Dougherty, AJ Neiberg, Ellis Reynolds)
02:01 20/6/1955 L9927 Mastered 14 May 1957 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler)
03:21 18/6/1956 L9937 Mastered 14 May 1957 Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell)
02:03 23/8/1956 L9944 Mastered 14 May 1957 Chicago (Fred Fisher)
02:55 18/6/1956 L9942 Mastered 14 May 1957 You're Driving Me Crazy (Walter Donaldson)
01:42 26/8/1955 L9940 Mastered 14 May 1957 Avalon (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose)
01:39 22/8/1956 L9941 Mastered 14 May 1957 Chinatown, My Chinatown (John Jerome, Jean Schwartz)
02:18 18/6/1956 L9939 Mastered 14 May 1957 If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight) (Henry Creamer, Inez James, Arnold Johnson)
03:22 18/6/1956 L9945 Mastered 14 May 1957 Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Hammerstein II)
01:54 18/6/1956 L9936 Mastered 14 May 1957 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Bud Green)
04:13 23/8/1956 L9946 Mastered 14 May 1956 More Than You Know (Vincent Youmans, Billy Rose, Edward Eliscu)
02:19 1/1/1958 L11218-Mastered 17/10/58 Rain (Ford)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Buddy Cole (pno), Vince Terri (gtr), Don Whitaker (sb), Nick Fatool (dms)


Title: BING SWINGS IT
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI -AXIS (Australia)     Cat. Num.: CDAX 701594     Rel. Year: 1990
02:57 25/9/1937 DLA971-A Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
02:37 25/9/1937 DLA972-A Bob White (Johnny Mercer, Bernie Hanighen)
03:06 26/1/1938 DLA1152-A Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
02:29 22/6/1939 DLA1781-A Start The Day Right (Charles Tobias, Al Lewis, Maurice Spitalny)
03:01 15/12/1939 DLA1910-A Between 18th And 19th On Chestnut Street (Will Osborne, Dick Rogers)
03:03 22/6/1939 DLA1782-A An Apple For The Teacher (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:32 13/12/1940 DLA2271-A Tea For Two (Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans)
03:07 13/12/1940 DLA2272-A Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
02:36 8/4/1950 W76113-A The Dixieland Band (Johnny Mercer, Bernie Hanighen)
02:41 14/2/1952 L6649-A Radio Nobody's Sweetheart Now (Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, Billy Meyers, Elmer Schoebel)
03:02 8/4/1950 W76114-A Jamboree Jones (Johnny Mercer)
02:24 27/5/1942 DLA2998-A When My Dreamboat Comes Home (Cliff Friend, Dave Franklin)
03:08 27/5/1942 DLA2999-A Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb)
02:22 18/1/1942 DLA2827-A I Want My Mama (J Paiva, Vincente Paiva, Al Stillman, Jararaca)
03:10 16/1/1946 W73279-A After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      17/11/1952 L6898-A Radio That's A-Plenty (Bert Williams, Henry Creamer)
03:03 16/1/1946 W73278-A Blue (And Broken Hearted) (Grant Clarke, Lou Handman, Edgar Leslie)
02:36 23/5/1941 DLA2401-A Be Honest With Me (Gene Autry, Fred Rose)
02:47 14/2/1952 L6648-A Radio Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
02:37 8/5/1947 W73910-A Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye (Trad, TH Allen)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby (voc), The Jesters, The Tatlers (vgr), John Scott Trotter Eight (ing), Eddie Condon and his Orchestra, Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn)


Title: THE STARS IN SONG
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI -AXIS (Australia)     Cat. Num.: CDAX-701592     Rel. Year: 1990
01:49 8/12/1944 L3687-T The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:40 15/4/1940 DLA1985-A Mister Meadowlark (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
02:17 24/7/1946 L4246-A A Couple Of Song And Dance Men (Irving Berlin)
03:06 9/3/1945 L3751-A Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:04 19/8/1936 DLA588-A A Fine Romance (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
02:55 1/7/1938 DLA1298-A Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
03:09 26/5/1941 DLA2411-A The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
02:59 4/11/1953 L7454-A radio Down By The Riverside (Dazz Jordan)
04:18 17/8/1936 DLA580-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:49 1/7/1938 DLA1298-B Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
03:10 25/3/1947 L4387-7(A) The Spaniard That Blighted My Life (Billy Merson)
02:51 19/3/1947 L4378-A There's No Business Like Show Business (Irving Berlin)

Louis Armstrong, Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Dixie Lee Crosby, Gary Crosby, Judy Garland, Dick Haymes, Bob Hope, Al Jolson, Frances Langford, Mary Martin, Johnny Mercer, Jack Teagarden (voc), The Andrews Sisters (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc)

NOTES:
Includes other artists - 12 Bing titles listed


Title: THAT TRAVELLIN' TWO-BEAT - Louis Armstrong - Bing Crosby - Rosemary Clooney
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI -AXIS (Australia)     Cat. Num.: CDAX 701597     Rel. Year: 1990
      15/8/1964 52669 That Travellin' Two Beat (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      3/12/1964 53123 New Vienna Woods (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans, Johann Strauss)
      3/12/1964 53124 Knees Up Mother Brown (Bert Lee, Harris Weston)
      15/8/1964 52672 Roaming In The Gloaming (Harry Lauder, Gerald Grafton)
      15/8/1964 52671 Adios Senorita (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans, Carlos Fernandez)
      2/12/1964 53118 Come To The Mardi Gras (Max Bulhoes, Milton De Olivierra, Jimmy Shirl, Ervin Drake)
      3/12/1964 53122 Hear That Band (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans, David S McCosh)
      2/12/1964 53120 The Daughter Of Molly Malone (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans, Trad)
      15/8/1964 52670 The Poor People Of Paris (Marguerite Monnot, Rene Rouzard, Jack Lawrence)
      2/12/1964 53121 I Get Ideas (Dorcas Cochran, Julio Sanders)
      2/12/1964 53119 Ciao, Ciao, Bambino (Domenico Mondugno, Eduardo Verde, Mitchell Parrish)
      3/12/1964 53125 reprise That Travellin' Two Beat (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-104 Muskrat Ramble (Edward "Kid" Ory, Ray Gilbert)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-100 Sugar (Maceo Pinkard, Edna Alexander, Sidney Mitchell)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-108 Preacher (Horace Silver, Babs Gonzales)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-105 Dardanella (Felix Bernard, Johnny S. Black, Fred Fisher)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-107 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-101 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-103 Brother Bill (Louis Armstrong)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-111 At The Jazz Band Ball (Nick La Rocca, Johnny Mercer, Ernest Shields)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-109 Rocky Mountain Moon (Johnny Mercer)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-106 Bye Bye Blues (Fred Hamm, Bert Lown, Dave Bennett, Chauncey Gray)
      28/6/1960 60-XY-102 Let's Sing Like A Dixieland Band (Alan Bergman)
      29/6/1960 60-XY-110 Little Ol' Tune (Johnny Mercer)

Louis Armstrong, Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby (voc), Billy May and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY & JIMMY DURANTE - START OFF EACH DAY WITH A SONG
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: JSP (UK)     Cat. Num.: JSPCD701      Rel. Year: 1990
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 I'm Crosby That Well Dressed Man
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 The Song's Gotta Come From The Heart (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      8/10/1947 Philco 38 Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      8/10/1947 Philco 38 The Campaign Song
      4/2/1948 Philco 55 Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
      4/2/1948 Philco 55 Whatever Happened To Vaudeville?
      4/2/1948 Philco 55 parody Harrigan (George M. Cohan)
      4/2/1948 Philco 55 While Strolling Through The Park One Day (Robert A Keiser)
      4/2/1948 Philco 55 Chidabee, Chidabee, Chidabee (Yah! Yah! Yah!)
      2/2/1949 Philco 91 It's Not His Mind, It's His Music (Jimmy Durante)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 A Gal In Calico (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 And Then It's Heaven (Seiler, Kaufman, Marcus)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 Uncle Remus Said (Eliot Daniel, Hy Heath, Lange)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      8/10/1947 Philco 38 Feudin', Fightin' And Fussin' (Burton Lane, Al Dubin)
      4/2/1948 Philco 55 I'll Dance At Your Wedding (Ben Oakland, Herb Magidson)
      8/10/1947 Philco 38 As Long As I'm Dreaming (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)

Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Dick Haymes, Gertrude Niesen (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND JUDY GARLAND - ALL THE CLOUDS'LL ROLL AWAY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: JSP (UK)     Cat. Num.: JSPCD702     Rel. Year: 1990
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael, Jack Brooks)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 Gotta Get Me Somebody To Love (Allie Wrubel)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Connecticut (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 A'huggin' And A'chalkin' (Clancy Hayes, Kermit Goell)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Tearbucket Jim (Mc Carey)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 And So To Bed (Harry Revel, Mack Gordon)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Love Somebody (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Rambling Rose (Joseph Mc Carthy, Burke)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, Chuck Meyer)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Who (Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Embraceable You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Confess (B Benjamin, G Weiss)
      5/10/1949 Chesterfield 3 The Donovans (Alicia Adelaide Needham, Francis A Fahy, Walter Kent)
      5/10/1949 Chesterfield 3 Katrina (Gene De Paul, Don Raye)
      5/10/1949 Chesterfield 3 Ma!, He's Making Eyes At Me (Con Conrad, Sidney Clare)
      5/10/1949 Chesterfield 3 Maybe It's Because (Lady J Scott, Harry Ruby)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 Parody The Third Man Theme
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 I Cross My Fingers (Walter Farrar, Walter Kent)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 -Broad parody Goodnight Irene (Ledbetter, Lomax)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 All My Love (Paul Durand, Mitchell Parrish)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 Tzena, Tzena, Tzena (Gertrude Ross, Jenkins)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 High On The List (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      2/2/1949 Philco 91 Pretty Baby (Tony Jackson, Gus Kahn, Egbert van Alstyne)

Bing Crosby, William Frawley, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Leo McCarey (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), Les Paul and his Trio (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY & GUESTS - Bing’s Buddies
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MAGIC     Cat. Num.: DAWE41     Rel. Year: 1990
      17/10/1951 Chesterfield 77 Bright Eyes
      17/10/1951 Chesterfield 77 parody Sweet Violets
      24/10/1951 Chesterfield 78 Domino (Don Raye, Louis Ferrari, Plante)
      31/10/1951 Chesterfield 79 Swanee River (Stephen Collins Foster)
      7/11/1951 Chesterfield 80 Misto Christofo Columbo (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      3/10/1951 Chesterfield 75 Row, Row, Row (James.V Monaco, William Jerome)
      24/10/1951 Chesterfield 78 Because Of You (Oscar Hammerstein II, Dudley Wilkinson)
      7/11/1951 Chesterfield 80 A Kiss To Build A Dream On
      7/11/1951 Chesterfield 80 Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      3/10/1951 Chesterfield 75 In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      3/10/1951 Chesterfield 75 The Morning Side Of The Mountain
02:33 8/12/1944 L3687-A The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dinah Shore, Jane Wyman (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
11 Bing titles only listed.


Title: BING CROSBY - MERRY CHRISTMAS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (UK)     Cat. Num.: CMCAD 31143     Rel. Year: 1990
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
03:08 8/6/1942 L3025-A Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:16 8/6/1942 L3028-A God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad)
02:52 8/6/1942 L3027-A Faith Of Our Fathers (Henri F Hemy, William Frederick Faber, James G Walton)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3203-A I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
02:33 27/9/1943 L3199-A Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
02:39 27/9/1943 L3200-A Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (J Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
02:44 1/10/1951 L6463-A It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Meredith Willson)
03:02 8/9/1950 L5832-A Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
02:42 1/10/1951 L6462-A Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon)
02:52 7/9/1950 L5830-A Mele Kalikimaka (R Alex Anderson)

Bing Crosby, Carole Richards (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Max Terr Mixed Chorus (vgr), Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - MERRY CHRISTMAS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD 31143     Rel. Year: 1990
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
03:08 8/6/1942 L3025-A Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:16 8/6/1942 L3028-A God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad)
02:52 8/6/1942 L3027-A Faith Of Our Fathers (Henri F Hemy, William Frederick Faber, James G Walton)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3203-A I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
02:33 27/9/1943 L3199-A Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
02:39 27/9/1943 L3200-A Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (J Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
02:44 1/10/1951 L6463-A It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Meredith Willson)
03:02 8/9/1950 L5832-A Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
02:42 1/10/1951 L6462-A Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon)
02:52 7/9/1950 L5830-A Mele Kalikimaka (R Alex Anderson)

Bing Crosby, Carole Richards (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Max Terr Mixed Chorus (vgr), Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING 'N' BASIE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PICKWICK (Australia)     Cat. Num.: PKD 3022     Rel. Year: 1990
02:55 14/3/1972 DL271 Have A Nice Day (Nestico, Mercer) (Sammy Nestico, Johnny Mercer)
03:01 14/3/1972 DL272 All His Children (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Henry Mancini)
02:43 14/3/1972 DL273 Sunrise, Sunset (Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick)
03:15 14/3/1972 DL274 Little Green Apples (Bobby Russell)
03:45 14/3/1972 DL275 Gentle On My Mind (John Hartford)
02:56 14/3/1972 DL276 Snowbird (Gene Maclellan)
03:19 14/3/1972 DL277 Everything Is Beautiful (Ray Stevens)
02:36 14/3/1972 DL278 Going To Build A Mountain (Anthony Newley, Leslie Bricusse)
03:23 14/3/1972 DL280 Sugar Don't You Know (Peggy Lee, Louis Bellson, Jack Hayes)
03:12 14/3/1972 DL281 Put Your Hand In The Hand (Gene Maclellan)
02:32 14/3/1972 DL282 Hanging Loose (Sammy Nestico, Johnny Mercer)

Bing Crosby (voc), Count Basie and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - MERRY XMAS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: RAINBOW (Australia)     Cat. Num.: RXMCD 5024     Rel. Year: 1990
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
03:08 8/6/1942 L3025-A Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:16 8/6/1942 L3028-A God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad)
02:52 8/6/1942 L3027-A Faith Of Our Fathers (Henri F Hemy, William Frederick Faber, James G Walton)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3203-A I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
02:33 27/9/1943 L3199-A Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
02:39 27/9/1943 L3200-A Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (J Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
03:02 8/9/1950 L5832-A Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
02:44 1/10/1951 L6463-A It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Meredith Willson)
02:42 1/10/1951 L6462-A Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon)
02:52 7/9/1950 L5830-A Mele Kalikimaka (R Alex Anderson)

Bing Crosby, Carole Richards (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Max Terr Mixed Chorus (vgr), Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: HIGH SOCIETY - From the sound track of the MGM Picture
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CAPITOL (Japan)     Cat. Num.: TOCP-6587     Rel. Year: 1991
      6/1/1956 15408 Little One (Cole Porter)
      22/2/1956 15409-1 True Love (Cole Porter)
      6/1/1956 15466 I Love You, Samantha (Cole Porter)
      18/1/1956 15405 Now You Has Jazz (Cole Porter)
      17/1/1956 15468 Well, Did You Evah? (Cole Porter)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra (voc), Louis Armstrong and his All Stars, John Green and his M G M Studio Orch (orc), Louis Armstrong (tr)

NOTES:
Five of the ten titles are of artists other han Bing - Frank Sinatra and Luois Armstrong.


Title: BING CROSBY - THE COLLECTION
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CASTLE COMMUNICATIONS (UK)     Cat. Num.: CCSCD 275     Rel. Year: 1991
      4/4/1956 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      4/4/1956 overdub 27 Feb 1979 My Baby Just Cares For Me (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      29/12/1955 overdub 21 Dec 1978 The Tender Trap (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      18/11/1954 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep (Irving Berlin)
      1957 overdub 30 Nov 1978 True Love (Cole Porter)
      8/3/1956 overdub 2 Dec 1978 You're The Top (Cole Porter)
      31/12/1957 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Straight Down The Middle (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      20/6/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Nice Work If You Can Get It (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      9/6/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Unchained Melody (Hyman Zaret, Alex North)
      14/3/1956 overdub 29 Jan 1979 Come Rain Or Come Shine (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      8/3/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Isle Of Capri (Jimmy Kennedy, Will Grosz)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 20 Dec 1978 Love Is The Sweetest Thing (Ray Noble)
      8/3/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      18/6/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbing Along (Harry M. Woods)
      1957 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
      1957 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Old Cape Cod (Claire Rothrock, Allan Jeffrey, Milt Yakus)
      4/4/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 At The Jazz Band Ball (Nick La Rocca, Johnny Mercer, Ernest Shields)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 We're In The Money (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 13 Feb 1979 Ain't Misbehavin' (Harry Brooks, Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller)
      20/6/1955 overdub 26 Feb 1979 The Lady Is A Tramp (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      25/8/1955 overdub 30 Jan 1979 She's Funny That Way (Neil Moret, Richard A Whiting)
      1960 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Misty (Johnny Burke, Errol Garner)
      8/3/1956 overdub 14 Feb 1979 My Funny Valentine (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      17/5/1956 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Love's Old Sweet Song (G Clifton Bingham, James Lyman Molloy)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - CROSBY CLASSICS VOLUME II
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: 1572042     Rel. Year: 1991
      20/12/1960 C11730 Shine On Harvest Moon (Jack Norworth, Nora Bayes)
      20/12/1960 C11730 That's Where My Money Goes (RP Lilly, Walter Daniels)
      20/12/1960 C11730 Harrigan (George M. Cohan)
      20/12/1960 C11730 Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne)
      20/12/1960 C11731 Flow Gently Sweet Afton (Robert Burns, James E Spilman)
      20/12/1960 C11731 Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms (Trad, Thomas Moore)
      20/12/1960 C11731 Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes (Trad, Ben Jonson)
      20/12/1960 C11732 Sweet Rosie O'Grady (Nugent, M K Jerome)
      20/12/1960 C11732 My Sweetheart's The Man In The Moon (Inez James, Thornton)
      20/12/1960 C11732 Forty Five Minutes From Broadway (George M. Cohan)
      20/12/1960 C11733 When The Saints Go Marching In (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Little David Play On Your Harp (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (James A Bland)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Ezekiel Saw The Wheel (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11734 While Strolling Through The Park One Day (Robert A Keiser)
      20/12/1960 C11734 Today Is Monday (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11734 Big Rock Candy Mountain (Harry Kirby McLintock)
      20/12/1960 C11734 Where Has My Little Dog Gone (Trad, Septimus Winner)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Annie Laurie (William Douglas, Lady J Scott)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Loch Lomond (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Blue Bells Of Scotland (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Coming Through The Rye (Trad, Robert Burns)
      20/12/1960 C11736 Hello My Baby (Joseph E Howard, Ida Emerson)
      20/12/1960 C11736 The Girl I Left Behind Me (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11745 The Gospel Train's A Coming (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11736 Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home
      20/12/1960 C11736 Wait For The Wagon (Trad, George Knauff)
      20/12/1960 C11737 Sweet Adeline (Henry W Armstrong, Richard H Gerard)
      20/12/1960 C11737 On Top Of Old Smokey (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11737 Down In The Valley (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11738 Schnitzelbank (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11738 Pop Goes The Weasel (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11738 Careless Love (W.C. Handy, Martha Koenig, Spencer Williams)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Li'l Liza Jane (Countess Ada de Lachau)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Cindy (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Where Did You Get That Hat? (Joseph L Sullivan)
      20/12/1960 C11739 So Long Mary (George M. Cohan)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Three Blind Mice (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11741 Love's Old Sweet Song (G Clifton Bingham, James Lyman Molloy)
      20/12/1960 C11741 Juanita (Caroline Norton)
      20/12/1960 C11742 My Wild Irish Rose (Chauncey Olcott)
      20/12/1960 C11742 Come Back To Erin (Claribel)
      20/12/1960 C11742 Killarney (Michael William Balfe, Edmund Falconer)
      20/12/1960 C11742 The Minstrel Boy (Trad, Thomas Moore)
      20/12/1960 C11743 In The Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison, Meta Orred)
      20/12/1960 C11743 Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming (Stephen Collins Foster)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Du Du Liegst Mir In Herzen (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Ach Du Lieber Augustine (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Oh How Lovely Is The Evening (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Goodnight To You All (John Watson, Muriel Watson)
      20/12/1960 C11745 Walk Together Children (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11745 She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11746 I've Been Working On The Railroad (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11747 Battle Hymn Of The Republic (William Steffe, Julia Ward Howe)
      20/12/1960 C11745 Nut Brown Maiden (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11746 Casey Jones (Eddie Newton, T Lawrence Siebert)
      20/12/1960 C11746 Polly Wolly Doodle (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11745 Our Boys Will Shine Tonight (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11746 The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo (Fred Gilbert)
      20/12/1960 C11747 America The Beautiful (Katherine Lee Bates, Samuel Augustus Ward)
      20/12/1960 C11732 Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye (Trad, TH Allen)
      20/12/1960 C11736 Row, Row, Row Your Boat
      20/12/1960 C11737 In The Good Old Summertime (George Evans, Ren Shields)
      20/12/1960 C11741 Kathleen Mavorneen
      20/12/1960 C11743 Stars of the Summer Night
      20/12/1960 C11747 When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again (Louis Lambert)
      20/12/1960 C11747 America
      20/12/1960 C11738 This Old Man (Trad)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jack Halloran Chorus (vgr), Jack Halloran Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - A VISIT TO THE MOVIES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: 15 411     Rel. Year: 1991
02:11 9/2/1968 Thoroughly Modern Millie (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
03:08 9/2/1968 Talk To The Animals (Leslie Bricusse)
02:12 9/2/1968 Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Harold Arlen)
02:25 12/2/1968 0754-3 Where The Rainbow Ends (Roger Greenaway, Roger Cook)
02:28 12/2/1968 0755 What's More American? (Kadish Millet)
02:47 12/2/1968 Up Up And Away (Jim Webb)
02:37 9/2/1968 High Hopes (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
02:54 9/2/1968 My Friend The Doctor (Leslie Bricusse)
03:02 12/2/1968 Puff The Magic Dragon (Peter Yarrow, Leonard Lipton)
02:58 12/2/1968 Chim Chim Cheree (Richard M Sherman, Robert B Sherman)
02:33 12/2/1968 Love Is Blue (Andre Popp, Bryan Blackburn)

Bing Crosby (voc), Bugs Bower and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND SOME JAZZ FRIENDS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA/DECCA/GRP (US)     Cat. Num.: GRP 16032 / also GRD 603     Rel. Year: 1991
02:57 26/7/1944 L3479-A Your Socks Don't Match (Leon Carr, Leo Corday)
02:56 26/7/1944 L3478-A test (Yip Yip De Hootie) My Baby Said Yes (Teddy Walters, Sidney Robin)
02:57 25/9/1937 DLA971-A Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
03:07 13/12/1940 DLA2272-A Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
03:13 8/8/1934 DLA9-A Someday Sweetheart (John C Spikes, Benjamin Spikes)
03:10 13/11/1935 DLA262-A Moonburn (Edward Heyman, Hoagy Carmichael)
04:18 17/8/1936 DLA580-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:09 26/5/1941 DLA2411-A The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
03:12 26/5/1941 DLA2412-A Birth Of The Blues (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
03:03 16/1/1946 W73278-A Blue (And Broken Hearted) (Grant Clarke, Lou Handman, Edgar Leslie)
03:09 16/1/1946 W73279-? After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
03:10 16/1/1946 W73279-A After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
03:30 16/1/1946 W73280-A Personality (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:09 21/1/1946 W73287-A Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence "Pine Top" Smith)
02:44 21/1/1946 W73288-A On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
03:00 17/3/1947 L4373-A I Still Suits Me (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
03:00 30/7/1941 DLA2600-A I Ain't Got Nobody (Roger Graham, Dave Peyton, Spencer Williams)
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
02:24 27/5/1942 DLA2998-A When My Dreamboat Comes Home (Cliff Friend, Dave Franklin)
02:28 25/4/1951 L6262-A Radio Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)

Louis Armstrong, Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Lionel Hampton, Louis Jordan, Frances Langford, Mary Martin, Jack Teagarden, Lee Wiley (voc), Chorus (vgr), Eddie Condon and his Orchestra, Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Joe Sullivan (pno)


Title: THE MOST WELCOME GROANER - BING, OF COURSE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PARADE (UK)     Cat. Num.: PAR2021     Rel. Year: 1991
02:45 21/1/1938 DLA1148-A My Heart Is Taking Lessons (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:08 21/1/1938 DLA1149-A This Is My Night To Dream (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:51 21/1/1938 DLA1150-A On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:50 4/11/1938 DLA1547-A You're A Sweet Little Headache (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:04 4/11/1938 DLA1548-A I Have Eyes (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:44 4/11/1938 DLA1549-A The Funny Old Hills (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:48 4/11/1938 DLA1550-A Joobalai (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:01 10/3/1939 DLA1718-A East Side Of Heaven (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:32 10/3/1939 DLA1719-A Hang Your Heart On A Hickory Limb (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:01 10/3/1939 DLA1720-A That Sly Old Gentleman From Featherbed Lane (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:37 9/6/1939 DLA1770-A Still The Bluebird Sings (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:39 9/6/1939 DLA1771-A Go Fly A Kite (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:02 9/6/1939 DLA1772-A A Man And His Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:03 22/6/1939 DLA1782-A An Apple For The Teacher (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      30/6/1939 DLA1796-A Sunbonnet Sue (Will D Cobb, Gus Edwards)
      30/6/1939 DLA1796-A Jimmy Valentine (Edward Madden, Gus Edwards)
      30/6/1939 DLA1796-A If I Was A Millionaire (Will D Cobb, Gus Edwards)
02:24 30/6/1939 DLA1797-A In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
03:08 15/12/1939 DLA1908-A The Moon And The Willow Tree (Johnny Burke, Victor Schertzinger)
02:34 12/4/1940 DLA1981-A Meet The Sun Half Way (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:00 12/4/1940 DLA1982-A April Played The Fiddle (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:09 12/4/1940 DLA1983-A I Haven't Time To Be A Millionaire (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby (voc), The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: PEGGY LEE WITH BING CROSBY - IT’S A GOOD DAY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PARROT     Cat. Num.: PARCD001     Rel. Year: 1991
      19/3/1947 Philco 23 It's A Good Day (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      18/12/1946 Philco 10 Everything Is Moving Too Fast (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 Baby, You Can Count On Me (Redd Stewart, Vernon Duke)
      12/3/1947 Philco 22 The Best Man (Alfredo, Wise)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 I Still Suits Me (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      27/10/1948 Philco 77 You Came A Long Way From St Louis (SK "Bob" Russell, John Benson Brooks)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Exactly Like You (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 I Got Rhythm (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      15/12/1948 Philco 84 A Little Bird Told Me (Dudley Brooks)
      15/12/1948 Philco 84 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Fred Gilbert)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 Top Hat, White Tie, And Tails (Irving Berlin)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 Isn't This A Lovely Day To Be Caught In The Rain? (G) (Irving Berlin)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 A Fine Romance (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 They Can't Take That Away From Me (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (G)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 Dearly Beloved (Johnny Mercer, Jerome Kern)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 Catalogue Day (Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby)
      7/4/1948 Philco 64 Kamehameha Day (Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Maybe You'll Be There (Rube Bloom, Sammy Gallop)

Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Dave Barbour (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln)

NOTES:
22 Bing litems listed of 36 tracks in total.


Title: BING CROSBY - THE MOVIE HITS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PAST (Pavilion Records Ltd) (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD 9784     Rel. Year: 1991
03:03 22/6/1939 DLA1782-A An Apple For The Teacher (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:02 9/6/1939 DLA1772-A A Man And His Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:49 31/3/1939 DLA1742-A If I Had My Way (Lou Klein, James Kendis)
03:09 15/12/1939 DLA1907-A Too Romantic (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:09 12/4/1940 DLA1983-A I Haven't Time To Be A Millionaire (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:34 12/4/1940 DLA1981-A Meet The Sun Half Way (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:45 21/1/1938 DLA1148-A My Heart Is Taking Lessons (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:44 4/11/1938 DLA1549-A The Funny Old Hills (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:04 4/11/1938 DLA1548-A I Have Eyes (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:37 9/6/1939 DLA1770-A Still The Bluebird Sings (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:10 13/11/1935 DLA262-A Moonburn (Edward Heyman, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:02 25/2/1934 LA134-A Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 26/5/1941 DLA2411-A The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
03:06 1/7/1938 DLA1297-A Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:13 12/7/1937 DLA831-A The Moon Got In My Eyes (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:35 12/7/1937 DLA832-A Smarty (Burton Lane, Ralph Freed)
03:07 14/8/1935 39856-A Without A Word Of Warning (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:26 13/11/1935 DLA260-A My Heart And I (Leo Robin, Frederick Hollander)
03:04 29/7/1936 DLA478-A Let's Call A Heart A Heart (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:39 9/6/1939 DLA1771-A Go Fly A Kite (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:01 14/7/1936 DLA436-A Empty Saddles (J Keir Brennan, Billy Hill)
03:12 26/5/1941 DLA2412-A Birth Of The Blues (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Mary Martin, Johnny Mercer, Jack Teagarden (voc), The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc)


Title: TIMELESS HISTORICAL PRESENTS BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: TIMELESS (Holland)     Cat. Num.: CBC1-004 Jazz     Rel. Year: 1991
03:07 22/12/1926 BVE37286-1 Pretty Lips (Charles Straight, Walter Donaldson)
03:08 7/3/1927 BVE38143-3 Muddy Water (Jo Trent, Peter De Rose, Harry Richman)
03:04 29/4/1927 BVE38135-9 I'm Coming Virginia (Will Marion Cook, Donald Heywood)
02:27 20/6/1927 BVE32971-3 Mississippi Mud/ I left My Sugar Standing In The Rain (Harry Barris, Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, James Cavanaugh)
02:50 23/11/1927 BVE40937-3 Changes (Walter Donaldson)
02:48 25/11/1927 BVE40945-2 Mary (Walter Donaldson)
03:12 11/1/1928 BVE41607-2 Ol' Man River (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
02:55 27/1/1928 BVE41470-5 Make Believe (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
03:02 28/2/1928 BVE41689-4 From Monday On (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris)
03:01 15/3/1928 BVE43145-1 Lovable (Ralph Holmes, Seymour Simons, Richard A Whiting)
03:00 23/4/1928 BVE43667-1 Louisiana (Andy Razaf, J C Johnson, Bob Schafer)
02:57 25/4/1928 BVE43760-1 You Took Advantage Of Me (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:50 10/6/1928 W146316-9 Tain't So Honey, 'tain't So (Willard Robison)
03:12 25/1/1929 W401556-B Susianna (Spencer Williams)
03:12 26/1/1929 W401560-B The Spell Of The Blues (Dave Dreyer, Arthur Johnston, Harry Ruby)
03:18 26/1/1929 W401561-B Let's Do It, Let's Fall In Love (Cole Porter)
03:09 14/3/1929 W148073-3 My Kinda Love (Jo Trent, Louis Alter)
02:59 10/4/1929 W147888-6 So The Bluebirds And The Blackbirds Got Together (Billy Moll, Harry Barris)
02:57 16/10/1929 W149150-4 If I Had A Talking Picture Of You (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
02:59 10/3/1930 W149810-1 Happy Feet (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
03:03 26/8/1930 PBVE61013-5 Three Little Words (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby)
02:52 2/3/1931 PBVE61076-2 One More Time (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-A St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)

Bing Crosby (voc, cym), Al Rinker (voc, vbk), Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris, Al Rinker), Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris and Al Rinker) (vgr), Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Duke Ellington Cotton Club Orchestra, Sam Lanin's Famous Players and Singers, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Harry Barris, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Austin Young (vbk), Bill Challis, Ferde Grofe, Glenn Miller, Tom Satterfield (arr), Max Farley (arr, tsx), Lennie Hayton (arr, pno, cel), Matty Malneck (arr, vla), Matty Malneck (arr, vln), Bix Beiderbecke (cn, tr, c-m), Red Nichols, Andy Secrest (cn), Henry Busse, Harry Goldfield, Frank Guarente, Charles Margulis, Cootie Williams (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tr, tb), Will Bradley, Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton, Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, asx, bss), Harry Carney, Izzy Friedman, Johnny Hodges (tsx), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl, rds), Charles Strickfadden (bsx), Barney Bigard (cl), Roy Bargy, Harry Barris, Duke Ellington, Joe Moresco (pno), Mike Pingitore (bjo), Fred Guy, Eddie Lang, Edward Quinn, Gilbert Torres (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln), Al Armer, Wellman Braud, Steve Brown (sb), George Marsh (dms)


Title: THE JAZZIN' BING CROSBY, 1927-1940 Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CHARLY-AFFINITY (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AFS 1021     Rel. Year: 1992
03:05 29/4/1927 BVE38135-7 I'm Coming Virginia (Will Marion Cook, Donald Heywood)
02:58 29/4/1927 BVE38378-1 Side By Side (Harry M. Woods)
02:31 20/6/1927 BVE39271-2 Mississippi Mud/ I left My Sugar Standing In The Rain (Harry Barris, Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, James Cavanaugh)
02:48 25/11/1927 BVE40945-2 Mary (Walter Donaldson)
03:10 20/1/1928 W400034-A Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
03:27 8/2/1928 BVE41681-2 There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth The Salt Of My Tears (Fred Fisher)
03:02 28/2/1928 BVE41689-4 From Monday On (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris)
03:58 28/2/1928 CVE43117-3 High Water (J Keir Brennan, Ernest R Ball)
03:00 23/4/1928 BVE43667-3 Louisiana (Andy Razaf, J C Johnson, Bob Schafer)
02:50 10/6/1928 W146316-9 Tain't So Honey, 'tain't So (Willard Robison)
02:57 18/6/1928 W146549-2 Because My Baby Don't Mean Maybe Now (Walter Donaldson)
03:24 10/11/1928 W147501-4 Rhythm King (Jo Trent, Joe Hoover, J Russel Robinson)
03:21 25/1/1929 W401555-B I'm Crazy Over You (Al Sherman, Al Lewis)
03:12 25/1/1929 W401556-B Susianna (Spencer Williams)
03:09 25/1/1929 W401557-C If I Had You (Ted Shapiro, James Campbell, Reg Connelly)
03:12 26/1/1929 W401560-B The Spell Of The Blues (Dave Dreyer, Arthur Johnston, Harry Ruby)
03:18 26/1/1929 W401561-B Let's Do It, Let's Fall In Love (Cole Porter)
03:12 26/1/1929 W401562-C My Kinda Love (Jo Trent, Louis Alter)
02:59 10/4/1929 W147888-6 So The Bluebirds And The Blackbirds Got Together (Billy Moll, Harry Barris)
03:24 4/5/1929 W148421-4 Oh Miss Hannah (Thekla Hollingsworth, Jessie Deppen)
02:53 13/9/1929 W148986-8 Waiting At The End Of The Road (Irving Berlin)
03:05 18/10/1929 W149153-3 After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
02:52 2/3/1931 PBVE61076-2 One More Time (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
03:09 3/12/1931 E37440-B I'm Sorry Dear (Harry Tobias, Johnny Scott, Anson Weeks)

Harry Barris, Al Rinker (voc, vbk), Bing Crosby (voc, vbk, cym), Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris and Al Rinker) (vgr), Gus Arnheim and his Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Sam Lanin's Famous Players and Singers, Frank Trumbauer and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Austin Young (vbk), Bill Challis, Max Farley, Glenn Miller, Tom Satterfield, William Grant Still (arr), Matty Malneck (arr, vla), Matty Malneck (arr, vln), Bix Beiderbecke, Red Nichols, Andy Secrest (cn), Henry Busse, Bob Effros, Charles Margulis (tr), Tommy Dorsey (tr, tb), Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, bss, spk), Jimmy Dorsey (asx, cl), Charles Strickfadden (bsx), Roy Bargy, Harry Barris, Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco, Arthur Schutt (pno), Mike Pingitore (bjo), Eddie Lang, Gilbert Torres (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln), Al Armer, Steve Brown (sb)


Title: BING CROSBY - SING A SONG OF SUNBEAMS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CONIFER (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDSVL 219     Rel. Year: 1992
03:03 3/3/1937 DLA738-A Too Marvellous For Words (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
03:13 12/7/1937 DLA829-A It's The Natural Thing To Do (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:38 22/4/1938 DLA1277-A Don't Be That Way (Mitchell Parrish, Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson)
03:06 1/7/1938 DLA1297-A Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:59 8/7/1938 DLA1311-A A Blues Serenade (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Signorelli)
03:05 11/7/1938 DLA1314-A Silver On The Sage (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:50 10/3/1939 DLA1721-A Sing A Song Of Sunbeams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:37 9/6/1939 DLA1770-A Still The Bluebird Sings (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:39 9/6/1939 DLA1771-A Go Fly A Kite (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:02 9/6/1939 DLA1772-A A Man And His Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:44 14/6/1939 DLA1776-A Maybe (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
02:44 14/6/1939 DLA1777-A Somebody Loves Me (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, George Gershwin, Ballard Mc Donald)
03:03 22/6/1939 DLA1782-A An Apple For The Teacher (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:56 20/9/1939 66632-A Ciribiribin (Rudolf Thaler, Harry James, Jack Lawrence, Alberto Pestalozza)
02:59 20/9/1939 66633-B Yodelin' Jive (Hughie Prince, Don Raye)
03:09 15/12/1939 DLA1907-A Too Romantic (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:22 15/12/1939 DLA1909-A Sweet Potato Piper (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer (voc), The Andrews Sisters (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Joe Venuti and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND FRIENDS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MUSIC CLUB (UK)     Cat. Num.: MCCD 089     Rel. Year: 1992
02:48 24/3/1950 L5451-A Life Is So Peculiar (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:09 9/3/1945 L3750-A Connecticut (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane)
02:53 23/11/1931 E37373-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:55 1/7/1938 DLA1298-A Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
02:17 24/7/1946 L4246-A A Couple Of Song And Dance Men (Irving Berlin)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
03:00 19/3/1947 L4377-A Anything You Can Do (Irving Berlin)
03:00 5/6/1947 W73940-A The Whiffenpoof Song (George S Pomeroy, Tod B Galloway, Meade Minnigerade, Rudy Vallee)
02:28 25/4/1951 L6262-A Radio Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
03:20 20/6/1951 L6318-A In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      8/5/1952 L6756-A Zing A Little Zong (Leo Robin, Harry Warren)
      16/5/1952 L6768-A The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      24/6/1952 L6821-A The Road To Bali (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:10 25/3/1947 L4387-7(A) The Spaniard That Blighted My Life (Billy Merson)

Louis Armstrong, Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Dick Haymes, Bob Hope, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee, Johnny Mercer, Jane Wyman (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Four Hits and a Miss, The Jesters, The Rhythmaires, Fred Waring Glee Club, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Instrumental Group (ing), Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Sonny Burke Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Nathan Van Cleave Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc), Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: ELLA FITZGERALD AND BING CROSBY - MY HAPPINESS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PARROT     Cat. Num.: PARCD002     Rel. Year: 1992
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Stay With The Happy People (Jule Styne, Bob Hilliard)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Dreamer's Holiday (Wane, Hugh Cannon)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      29/11/1950 Chesterfield 44 Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue (Ray Henderson, Joe Young, Sam M Lewis)
      29/11/1950 Chesterfield 44 Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      13/12/1953 GEC 51 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      29/11/1950 Chesterfield 44 Marshmallow World (Peter De Rose, Carl Sigman)
      14/2/1954 GEC 60 That's A-Plenty (Bert Williams, Henry Creamer)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Way Back Home (Al Lewis, Tom Waring)
      27/12/1953 GEC 53 Istanbul (Paul Simon, Kennedy)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 Chicago Style (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      23/11/1949 Chesterfield 10 Everything I Have Is Yours (Harold Adamson, Burton Lane)
      29/11/1950 Chesterfield 44 Memphis Blues (W C Handy, Johnny Mercer)
      18/12/1952 GEC 11 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald (voc), The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), The Fire House Five Plus Two, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Ziggy Elman (vln)

NOTES:
The 15 Bing titles listed of 25 tracks.


Title: BING CROSBY - THE EP COLLECTION
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: SEE FOR MILES (UK)     Cat. Num.: SEECD 360     Rel. Year: 1992
02:32 5/10/1934 DLA67-B The Sweetheart Waltz (Milton Drake, Walter Kent, Carmen Lombardo)
02:40 19/8/1936 DLA589-A Me And The Moon (Walter Hirsch, Lou Handman)
03:00 23/12/1940 DLA2291-A Pale Moon (Jesse G M Glick, Frederick Knight Logan)
03:01 5/10/1934 DLA64-B The Moon Was Yellow (Edgar Leslie, Fred E Ahlert)
02:39 16/3/1942 DLA2948-A Got The Moon In My Pocket (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 8/12/1944 L3687-A The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:03 4/2/1949 101937-NBC Radio Sing Soft, Sing Sweet, Sing Gentle (Jimmy Durante, Jack Barnett)
03:00 7/2/1951 L6053-A The Loneliness Of Evening (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
02:57 14/2/1952 L6647-A Radio Sailing Down The Chesapeake Bay (George Botsford, Jean C Havez)
03:04 14/2/1952 L6650-A Radio It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      23/6/1952 L6820-A Chicago Style (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      17/11/1952 L6898-A Radio That's A-Plenty (Bert Williams, Henry Creamer)
03:08 16/5/1953 W84774-A Mademoiselle De Paris (in French) (Paul Durand, Henri Contet)
03:32 16/5/1953 W84777-A La Mer (in French) (Charles Trenet, Jack Lawrence)
      29/1/1954 W85798-1 Young At Heart (Johnny Richards, Carolyn Leigh)
      29/1/1954 W85799-1 (Oh! Baby Mine) I Get So Lonely (Pat Ballard)
      22/11/1955 L8807 The Possibility's There (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      23/11/1955 L8816-Radio Something In Common (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      23/11/1955 L8817-Radio Look To Your Heart (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      23/11/1955 L8818-Radio Suddenly There's A Valley (Chuck Meyer, Biff Jones)
      23/11/1955 L8819-Radio Moments To Remember (Al Stillman, Robert Allen)
      23/11/1955 L8821-Radio The Longest Walk (Eddie Pola, Fred Spielman)
      Recorded 19 December for a broadcast of 24 December 1955 MG5180-CBS Radio White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:25 8/5/1961 L12776 Under Paris Skies (Hubert Giraud, Jean Drejac, James Kimble Gannon)
02:16 8/5/1961 L12777 Morgen (Peter Moesser, Noel Sherman)
02:32 9/5/1961 L12786 Domenica (Pietro Garinei, Bing Crosby, Sandro Giovanni, Gorni Kramer)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Bob Hope, Peggy Lee (voc), Jud Conlon Choir, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, The Merry Macs (vgr), John Scott Trotter Eight (ing), Roy Bargy Orchestra, Buddy Cole Orchestra, Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Paul Durand Et Son Grand Orchestre, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Paul Weston Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Norman Luboff Choir (chr), Red Nichols (cn)


Title: Guys and Dolls - Reprise Repertory Theatre - (2 tracks only Bing)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: REPRISE     Cat. Num.: 9 45014-2     Rel. Year: 1992
      29/7/1963 2184 The Oldest Established Floating Crapgame (Frank Loesser)
      29/7/1963 2184 Fugue For Tinhorns (Frank Loesser)

Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra (voc), Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: THE BEST OF BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CASTLE COMMUNICATIONS (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD 253     Rel. Year: 1993
      2/3/1955 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Sunday (That One Day) (Ned Miller, Chester Conn, Benny Krueger, Jules Styne)
      23/8/1956 overdub 22 Dec 1978 They Didn't Believe Me (ME Rourke, Jerome Kern)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 26 Feb 1979 This Can't Be Love (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      14/3/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 I Can't Get Started (Ira Gershwin, Vernon Duke)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 20 Dec 1978 I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      6/4/1955 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Try A Little Tenderness (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
      29/12/1955 overdub 21 Dec 1978 What Is This Thing Called Love? (Cole Porter)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 Mandy (Irving Berlin)
      17/7/1957 overdub 21 Dec 1978 So Rare (Jack Sharpe, Jerry Herst)
      20/6/1955 overdub 14 Feb 1979 My Ideal (Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard A Whiting)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 Don't Take Your Love From Me (Henry Nemo)
      29/12/1955 overdub 21 Dec 1978 The Tender Trap (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen)
      4/4/1956 overdub 27 Feb 1979 Just Around The Corner (Dolph Singer, Harry von Tilzer)
      25/8/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 It's All Right With Me (Cole Porter)
      8/3/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Waiting For The Evening Mail (Billy Baskette)
      14/3/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I've Got A Crush On You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      22/8/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I Wish You Love (AA Beach, Charles Trenet, Chauliac)
      1957 overdub 14 Feb 1979 Chances Are (Al Stillman, Robert Allen)
      1960 overdub 17 Jan 1979 Where Or When (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      6/4/1955 overdub 29 Jan 1979 What Is There To Say? (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Vernon Duke)
      1957 overdub 13 Feb 1979 It's Not For Me To Say (Al Stillman, Robert Allen)
      14/3/1956 overdub 30 Jan 1979 Crazy Rhythm (Irving Caesar, Gus Kahn, Chuck Meyer)
      18/6/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
      14/3/1956 overdub 29 Jan 1979 Come Rain Or Come Shine (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      25/8/1955 overdub 30 Jan 1979 She's Funny That Way (Neil Moret, Richard A Whiting)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 We're In The Money (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      14/3/1956 overdub 14 Feb 1979 Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day (Maurice Sigler, Al Hoffman, Mabel Wayne)
      1957 overdub 21 Dec 1978 At Sundown (Walter Donaldson)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: THE QUINTESSENTIAL BING CROSBY Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CASTLE COMMUNICATIONS (UK)     Cat. Num.: CTVCD 211     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 2
      31/12/1957 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Straight Down The Middle (James Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn)
      6/4/1955 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Try A Little Tenderness (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 20 Dec 1978 Love Is The Sweetest Thing (Ray Noble)
      18/6/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbing Along (Harry M. Woods)
      9/6/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Unchained Melody (Hyman Zaret, Alex North)
      20/6/1955 overdub 26 Feb 1979 The Lady Is A Tramp (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      1957 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 13 Feb 1979 Ain't Misbehavin' (Harry Brooks, Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller)
      8/3/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Isle Of Capri (Jimmy Kennedy, Will Grosz)
      1960 overdub 27 Feb 1979 Heartaches By The Number (Harlan Howard)
      17/7/1957 overdub 21 Dec 1978 So Rare (Jack Sharpe, Jerry Herst)
      23/8/1956 overdub 22 Dec 1978 They Didn't Believe Me (ME Rourke, Jerome Kern)
      8/3/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      22/8/1956 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Don't Blame Me (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
      14/3/1956 overdub 30 Jan 1979 You Turned The Tables On Me (Sidney Mitchell, Louis Alter)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 20 Dec 1978 I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      22/8/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I Wish You Love (AA Beach, Charles Trenet, Chauliac)
      1957 overdub 30 Jan 1979 Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (Sidney Clare, Sam H Stept)
      1957 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Old Cape Cod (Claire Rothrock, Allan Jeffrey, Milt Yakus)
      8/3/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 Yours (Jack Sherr, Augustin Rodriguez, Gonzalo Roig)
      4/4/1956 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Margie (Benny Davis, Con Conrad, J Russel Robinson)
      20/6/1955 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Nice Work If You Can Get It (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      1957 overdub 21 Dec 1978 At Sundown (Walter Donaldson)
      18/11/1954 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep (Irving Berlin)
      17/5/1956 overdub 30 Nov 1978 Love's Old Sweet Song (G Clifton Bingham, James Lyman Molloy)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: THE QUINTESSENTIAL BING CROSBY Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CASTLE COMMUNICATIONS (UK)     Cat. Num.: CTVCD 211     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 2
      1957 overdub 30 Nov 1978 True Love (Cole Porter)
      4/4/1956 overdub 2 Dec 1978 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      8/3/1956 overdub 20 Dec 1978 Manhattan (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      1960 overdub 13 Feb 1979 Misty (Johnny Burke, Errol Garner)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 26 Feb 1979 This Can't Be Love (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      8/3/1956 overdub 29 Jan 1979 We'll Be Together Again (Frankie Laine, Carl Fischer)
      18/11/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now (Andy Razaf, Thomas "Fats" Waller)
      18/6/1956 overdub 22 Dec 1978 Moonglow & Theme From Picnic (Eddie de Lange, Irving Mills, Will Hudson)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 29 Jan 1979 We're In The Money (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      4/12/1954 overdub 22 Dec 1978 All Through The Night (Cole Porter)
      18/11/1954 overdub 17 Jan 1979 Papa Loves Mambo (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning, Bix Reichner)
      1957 overdub 13 Feb 1979 You'll Never Know (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
      8/3/1956 overdub 27 Feb 1979 Anything Goes (Cole Porter)
      8/3/1956 overdub 2 Dec 1978 You're The Top (Cole Porter)
      4/4/1956 overdub 27 Feb 1979 My Baby Just Cares For Me (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      20/6/1955 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I See Your Face Before Me (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      4/4/1956 overdub 17 Jan 1979 At The Jazz Band Ball (Nick La Rocca, Johnny Mercer, Ernest Shields)
      4/12/1954 Overdub 2 Dec 1978 You're In Kentucky, Sure As You're Born (Larry Shay, Haven Gillespie, Jack Little)
      14/3/1956 overdub 16 Jan 1979 I've Got A Crush On You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      8/3/1956 overdub 14 Feb 1979 My Funny Valentine (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      26/8/1955 overdub 17 Jan 1979 The Banjo's Back In Town (Brown, Schman, Shuman)
      22/8/1956 overdub 22 Dec 1978 You're Sensational (Cole Porter)
      14/3/1956 overdub 14 Feb 1979 Little Man, You've Had A Busy Day (Maurice Sigler, Al Hoffman, Mabel Wayne)
      1957 overdub 26 Feb 1979 Let's Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep (Herman Hupfeld)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY SINGS IRVING BERLIN and RODGERS & HART
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CONIFER-HAPPY DAYS (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDHD232     Rel. Year: 1993
04:23 8/3/1932 BX11416-B Soft Lights And Sweet Music (Irving Berlin)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
03:06 9/1/1933 B12856-A I'm Playing With Fire (Irving Berlin)
03:01 21/2/1935 DLA93-A Soon (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:50 21/2/1935 DLA94-B Down By The River (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:15 21/2/1935 DLA95-B It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:06 26/1/1938 DLA1152-A Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
02:48 23/5/1938 DLA1294-A Now It Can Be Told (Irving Berlin)
03:09 20/7/1940 DLA2060-A When I Lost You (Irving Berlin)
03:12 22/3/1939 DLA1739-A God Bless America (Irving Berlin)
02:22 1/6/1942 DLA3012-A The Bombardier Song (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:03 24/1/1942 DLA2842-A Angels Of Mercy (Irving Berlin)
02:23 27/5/1942 DLA2996-A I'll Capture Her Heart (Irving Berlin)
02:28 25/5/1942 DLA2989-B Lazy (Irving Berlin)
02:46 1/6/1942 DLA3014-A Happy Holiday (Irving Berlin)
02:33 25/5/1942 DLA2990-A Let's Start The New Year Right (Irving Berlin)
02:45 29/5/1942 DLA3010-A Abraham (Irving Berlin)
02:42 1/6/1942 DLA3015-A Be Careful, It's My Heart (Irving Berlin)
02:48 1/6/1942 DLA3013-A Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
02:22 29/5/1942 DLA3011-A Song Of Freedom (Irving Berlin)
02:57 25/5/1942 DLA2991-A I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For (Irving Berlin)
02:59 29/5/1942 DLA3009-B White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

Fred Astaire, Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Margaret Lenhart (voc), Ken Darby Singers, The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, The Paradise Island Trio, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Tommy Dorsey (tb)


Title: BING CROSBY & FRED ASTAIRE - HOW LUCKY CAN YOU GET?
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDEMS 1491 (& 0777 7 89312 2 5)     Rel. Year: 1993
      17/7/1975 Top Billing (Pete Moore, Kenneth Barnes)
      16/7/1975 Roxie (John Kander, Fred Ebb)
02:58 19/2/1975 I Love To Dance Like They Used To Dance (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman)
03:47 20/2/1975 Bon Vivant (Johnny Mercer, Robert Emmett Dolan)
      15/7/1975 Sing (Raposo)
      15/7/1975 How Lucky Can You Get (John Kander, Fred Ebb)
      15/7/1975 In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      16/7/1975 Pick Yourself Up (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
      16/7/1975 A Couple Of Song And Dance Men (Irving Berlin)
      17/7/1975 Reprise Top Billing (Pete Moore, Kenneth Barnes)
      17/7/1975 original Spring Spring Spring (Johnny Mercer, Gene De Paul)
      17/7/1975 original I've A Shooting Box In Scotland (Cole Porter, T Lawrison Riggs)
      17/7/1975 original Change Partners (Irving Berlin)
      17/7/1975 Easy To Remember
      16/7/1975 Mr Keyboard Man - The Entertainer (Scott Joplin, Kenneth Barnes)
      17/7/1975 Dance In the Old Fashioned Way
      17/7/1975 That's Entertainment

Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby (voc), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc), The Johnny Evans Singers (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY - ONLY FOREVER
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMPRESS (UK)     Cat. Num.: RAJCD 802     Rel. Year: 1993
03:07 3/7/1940 DLA2033-A Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:01 10/7/1940 DLA2042-A Rhythm On The River (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:05 10/7/1940 DLA2043-A That's For Me (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:38 3/7/1940 DLA2031-A When The Moon Comes Over Madison Square (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:51 20/12/1940 DLA2286-A You're Dangerous (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 20/12/1940 DLA2289-A Birds Of A Feather (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:03 22/6/1939 DLA1782-A An Apple For The Teacher (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:37 9/6/1939 DLA1770-A Still The Bluebird Sings (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:39 9/6/1939 DLA1771-A Go Fly A Kite (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:49 31/3/1939 DLA1742-A If I Had My Way (Lou Klein, James Kendis)
03:09 15/12/1939 DLA1907-A Too Romantic (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:22 15/12/1939 DLA1909-A Sweet Potato Piper (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:00 12/4/1940 DLA1982-A April Played The Fiddle (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:09 12/4/1940 DLA1983-A I Haven't Time To Be A Millionaire (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:34 12/4/1940 DLA1981-A Meet The Sun Half Way (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:02 9/6/1939 DLA1772-A A Man And His Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:04 4/11/1938 DLA1548-A I Have Eyes (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:50 4/11/1938 DLA1547-A You're A Sweet Little Headache (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:11 3/12/1940 DLA2253-B It's Always You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:12 26/5/1941 DLA2412-A Birth Of The Blues (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
02:58 12/12/1938 DLA1633-A My Melancholy Baby (George A Norton, Ernie Burnett)
03:09 26/5/1941 DLA2411-A The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Mary Martin, Jack Teagarden (voc), Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE GREAT YEARS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: FLAPPER (UK)     Cat. Num.: PASTCD 7027     Rel. Year: 1993
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:32 13/3/1942 DLA2947-A Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 8/12/1944 L3687-A The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
03:08 27/5/1942 DLA2999-A Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb)
03:07 13/12/1940 DLA2272-A Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
02:40 15/4/1940 DLA1985-A Mister Meadowlark (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
03:10 17/7/1945 L3897-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:57 30/7/1941 DLA2597-A Let's All Meet At My House (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:41 23/7/1940 DLA2066-A Do You Ever Think Of Me? (Earl Burtnett, John Cooper, Harry D Kerr)
02:58 19/12/1938 DLA1689-A Between A Kiss And A Sigh (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:09 30/12/1940 DLA2314-A When Day Is Done (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Dr Robert Katscher)
02:36 23/5/1941 DLA2401-A Be Honest With Me (Gene Autry, Fred Rose)
02:56 19/1/1942 DLA2830-A Sing Me A Song Of The Islands (Harry Owens, Mack Gordon)
02:32 13/12/1940 DLA2271-A Tea For Two (Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans)
03:05 9/2/1940 DLA1919-A Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)
02:44 24/1/1942 DLA2840-A Miss You (Harry Tobias, Charles Tobias, Henry H Tobias)
03:06 3/12/1940 DLA2251-A Along The Sante Fe Trail (Al Dubin, Edwina Coolidge, Will Grosz)
02:29 22/6/1939 DLA1781-A Start The Day Right (Charles Tobias, Al Lewis, Maurice Spitalny)
02:22 18/1/1942 DLA2827-A I Want My Mama (J Paiva, Vincente Paiva, Al Stillman, Jararaca)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Woody Herman, Bob Hope, Mary Martin, Johnny Mercer (voc), Ken Darby Singers, The Merry Macs (vgr), John Scott Trotter Eight (ing), Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Woody Herman and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - BEST COLLECTION Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVMCM 41003     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 2
03:10 11/2/1944 L3316-A Night And Day (Cole Porter)
03:11 5/7/1941 DLA2504-A Danny Boy (Frederic Weatherly, Trad)
02:56 25/3/1947 L4386-3(A) Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
02:55 5/9/1950 L5815-A Harbour Lights (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
02:54 5/9/1950 L5816-A Beyond The Reef (Jack Pitman)
03:07 23/2/1937 DLA723-A Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      17/4/1956 L9154-A My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
03:12 28/3/1947 L4400-A The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson, Jon Ivanovich, Saul Chaplin)
03:09 14/6/1939 DLA1778-A Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
03:09 17/1/1947 L4345-A I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (Sam M Lewis, Ralph Erwin, Joe Young)
03:05 31/3/1939 DLA1744-A I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
02:49 29/12/1943 L3274-A September Song (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson)
03:25 7/9/1950 L5826-A Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prevert)

Bing Crosby, Al Jolson (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers (vgr), Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra, Jack Pleis and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - BEST COLLECTION Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVCM 410004     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 2
03:00 22/6/1950 L5697-A La Vie En Rose (Louis G Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
03:05 13/7/1946 L4227-A Lullabye (Theme From Godard's Jocelyn) (Benjamin Godard)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
02:54 12/7/1945 L3889-A It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
02:46 23/5/1941 DLA2399-A Lullabye (Cradle Song, Brahms) (Natalia Macfarren, Johannes Brahms)
02:44 14/11/1953 L7462-A Changing Partners (Joseph Darion, Larry Coleman)
03:32 3/5/1944 L3411-A Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter)
03:05 11/2/1945 L3735-B Siboney (Ernesto Lecuona, Dolly Morse)
02:42 5/2/1951 L6041-A Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (Osvaldo Farres, Joe Davis)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:49 23/6/1950 L5698-A Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
02:57 11/2/1945 L3738-A You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
03:10 17/7/1945 L3897-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Marie Green (voc), The Banda De Lua, Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers (vgr), Instrumental Group, Les Paul and his Trio (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Les Paul (eg), Cal Gooden (gtr), Jascha Heifetz (vln), Clinton Nordquist (sb)


Title: BING CROSBY - HOLIDAY IN EUROPE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MVCM-294     Rel. Year: 1993
03:03 8/5/1961 L12779 April In Portugal (Raul Ferrao, Jimmy Kennedy)
02:46 8/5/1961 L12775 C'est Ci Bon (Henri Betti, Andre Hornez, Jerry Seelen)
02:45 9/5/1961 L12782 Never On Sunday (Manos Hadjidakis, Billy Towne)
02:35 8/5/1961 L12780 More 'n' More Amor (Alberto Testa, Dick Manning, CA Rossi)
02:02 9/5/1961 L12781 Moment In Madrid (Bill Katz, Bob Thiele, Ruth Roberts, Bob Thompson)
02:16 8/5/1961 L12777 Morgen (Peter Moesser, Noel Sherman)
02:53 9/5/1961 L12785 Two Shadows On The Sand (Gilbert Becaud, Madeline Karter, Maurice Vidalin)
02:25 8/5/1961 L12776 Under Paris Skies (Hubert Giraud, Jean Drejac, James Kimble Gannon)
02:32 9/5/1961 L12786 Domenica (Pietro Garinei, Bing Crosby, Sandro Giovanni, Gorni Kramer)
02:23 9/5/1961 L12783 Pigalle (Georges Ulmer, Georges Koger, Charles Newman)
02:30 9/5/1961 L12784 My Heart Still Hears The Music (Mario Panzeri, Madeline Karter)
02:33 8/5/1961 L12778-4 Melancolie (Alain Romans, Richard Blake, Pierre Dudan)

Bing Crosby (voc), Malcolm Lockyer and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING - HIS LEGENDARY YEARS 1931 - 1957 Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD4 10887     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 4
03:00 23/11/1931 E37373-B Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:48 19/8/1931 E37087-A Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:09 30/3/1931 LA983-A Out Of Nowhere (Edward Heyman, John W Green)
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)
03:28 4/5/1931 LA1037-A Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:02 12/6/1931 LA1043-B I Found A Million Dollar Baby In A Five & Ten Cent Store (Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, Harry Warren)
03:19 24/6/1931 LA1051-B At Your Command (Harry Tobias, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
03:17 19/8/1931 E37085-A I Apologise (Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, Edward G Nelson)
02:28 19/8/1931 E37086-A Dancing In The Dark (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
03:01 5/10/1934 DLA64-B The Moon Was Yellow (Edgar Leslie, Fred E Ahlert)
03:10 5/10/1934 DLA66-A Two Cigarettes In The Dark (Paul Francis Webster, Lew Pollack)
03:09 9/11/1934 DLA70-A With Every Breath I Take (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:13 9/11/1934 DLA71-A June In January (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:00 9/11/1934 DLA72-A Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)
03:01 21/2/1935 DLA93-A Soon (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:50 21/2/1935 DLA94-B Down By The River (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:15 21/2/1935 DLA95-B It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:10 12/11/1935 DLA253-A Red Sails In The Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
03:00 13/11/1935 DLA261-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
03:15 29/3/1936 DLA324-A I Got Plenty Of Nothing (Dubose Heyward, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:04 19/8/1936 DLA588-A A Fine Romance (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)

Bing Crosby, Dixie Lee Crosby (voc), Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Victor Young (dir), Harry Barris (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING - HIS LEGENDARY YEARS 1931 - 1957 Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD4 10887     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 4
03:07 23/2/1937 DLA723-A Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:03 3/3/1937 DLA738-A Too Marvellous For Words (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
03:13 12/7/1937 DLA829-A It's The Natural Thing To Do (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:13 12/7/1937 DLA831-A The Moon Got In My Eyes (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:59 20/9/1937 DLA942-A Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
02:37 25/9/1937 DLA972-A Bob White (Johnny Mercer, Bernie Hanighen)
02:38 22/4/1938 DLA1277-A Don't Be That Way (Mitchell Parrish, Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson)
02:57 25/4/1938 DLA1290-B Swing Low Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hann Shepherd)
03:06 1/7/1938 DLA1297-A Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:38 11/7/1938 DLA1312-A I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:48 11/7/1938 DLA1316-A Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
02:56 14/10/1938 C91511-A You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
02:55 9/6/1939 DLA1767-C fluff Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
02:44 14/6/1939 DLA1777-A Somebody Loves Me (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, George Gershwin, Ballard Mc Donald)
03:09 30/6/1939 DLA1794-A What's New? (Johnny Burke, Bob Haggart)
02:59 22/3/1940 DLA1970-A Sierra Sue (Joseph Buell Carey)
03:13 1/7/1940 DLA2013-A Trade Winds (Charles Tobias, Cliff Friend)
03:07 3/7/1940 DLA2033-A Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
03:14 16/12/1940 DLA2274-A San Antonio Rose (also New San Antonio Rose) (Bob Wills)
02:58 30/7/1941 DLA2598-A Humpty Dumpty Heart (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
02:32 13/3/1942 DLA2947-A Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
02:24 27/5/1942 DLA2998-A When My Dreamboat Comes Home (Cliff Friend, Dave Franklin)
02:59 29/5/1942 DLA3009-B White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:48 1/6/1942 DLA3013-A Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Mary Martin, Johnny Mercer (voc), Ken Darby Singers, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING - HIS LEGENDARY YEARS 1931 - 1957 Disc 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD4 10887     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 4
02:42 1/6/1942 DLA3015-A Be Careful, It's My Heart (Irving Berlin)
03:08 8/6/1942 L3025-A Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:35 2/7/1943 L3172-A Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      4/7/1943 AZL1937-Radio Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
      4/7/1943 AZL1937-Radio I Left My Sugar Standing In The Rain (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3203-A I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:35 11/2/1944 L3314-A I Love You (Cole Porter) (Cole Porter)
02:47 11/2/1944 L3315-A test I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
03:10 17/2/1944 L3320-A On The Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
02:52 30/6/1944 L3449-A There'll Be a Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin (Joe Bushkin, Johnny De Vries)
      25/7/1944 TL 152-A Song Of The Fifth Marines (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
02:56 26/7/1944 L3478-A test (Yip Yip De Hootie) My Baby Said Yes (Teddy Walters, Sidney Robin)
02:45 31/7/1944 L3486-A Mine (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
02:40 8/12/1944 L3685-A Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
02:33 8/12/1944 L3687-A The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:57 11/2/1945 L3738-A You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
02:54 12/7/1945 L3889-A It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
02:50 7/8/1945 L3904-A I Can't Begin To Tell You (James V Monaco, Mack Gordon)
02:48 13/9/1945 L3965-A Day By Day (Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
03:08 11/5/1946 L4178-A South America, Take It Away (Harold J Rome)

Harry Barris, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Louis Jordan, Al Rinker (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Ken Darby Singers, The Jesters, The Music Maids, Six Hits and a Miss, Max Terr Mixed Chorus, Mel Torme & the Meltones, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Les Paul and his Trio (ing), Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf Astoria Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Carmen Cavallaro, Buddy Cole, James Van Heusen (pno), Les Paul (eg), Dave Barbour, Cal Gooden, George Harris (gtr), Clinton Nordquist, Steve Porpora, Phil Stephens (sb), Nick Fatool, John L Shanahan (dms)


Title: BING - HIS LEGENDARY YEARS 1931 - 1957 Disc 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD4 10887     Rel. Year: 1993     Volumes: 4
03:10 17/7/1945 L3897-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:47 25/3/1947 L4386-1 Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
00:40 25/3/1947 L4387-2 The Spaniard That Blighted My Life (Billy Merson)
03:00 5/6/1947 W73940-A The Whiffenpoof Song (George S Pomeroy, Tod B Galloway, Meade Minnigerade, Rudy Vallee)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)
02:38 13/11/1947 L4556-A But Beautiful (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
02:57 25/11/1948 L4844-A Far Away Places (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney)
03:03 4/2/1949 101937-NBC Radio Sing Soft, Sing Sweet, Sing Gentle (Jimmy Durante, Jack Barnett)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
03:24 3/1/1950 L5305-A Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (Harry Stone, Jack Stapp)
02:49 23/6/1950 L5698-A Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
02:50 23/6/1950 L5699-A Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
02:55 5/9/1950 L5815-A Harbour Lights (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
03:25 7/9/1950 L5826-A Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prevert)
03:02 8/9/1950 L5832-A Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
02:58 9/4/1951 L6220-A Getting To Know You (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
03:20 20/6/1951 L6318-A In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      16/5/1952 L6769-A Watermelon Weather (Hoagy Carmichael, Paul Francis Webster)
      18/4/1956 L9165 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      3/10/1956 L9584-A Around The World (Victor Young, Harold Adamson)
03:22 18/6/1956 L9945 Mastered 14 May 1957 Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Hammerstein II)
      27/12/1957 L10676 Gigi (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
02:30 25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee, Carole Richards, Jane Wyman (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Four Hits and a Miss, Fred Waring Glee Club (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio, Instrumental Group (ing), Roy Bargy Orchestra, The Perry Botkin String Band, Buddy Cole Orchestra, Pete King and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra, Jack Pleis and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - THAT CHRISTMAS FEELING
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD 22079     Rel. Year: 1993
02:55 6/9/1950 L5821-A That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:39 22/11/1955 L8805-1 Christmas Is A-Comin' (Frank Luther)
02:52 19/3/1947 L4376-A The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Torme, Robert Wells)
02:11 22/6/1950 L5695-A Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
02:12 23/11/1955 L8820-Radio Is Christmas Only A Tree? (Mark Rebek)
03:08 11/5/1949 L5009-A You're All I Want For Christmas (Seger Ellis, Glenn Moore)
03:00 10/5/1949 L5005-A Here Comes Santa Claus (Gene Autry, Oakley Haldeman)
03:22 31/5/1949 W74948-A Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Away In A Manger (Frank Luther, Kirkpatrick)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A I Saw Three Ships (Trad)
02:31 11/5/1949 L5008-A The First Noel (Trad)
03:21 10/5/1949 L5004-A The Twelve Days Of Christmas (Anon)
03:00 28/3/1947 L4401-A O Fir Tree Dark (Ken Darby)
03:17 31/5/1949 W74949-A Good King Wenceslaus (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74949-A We Three Kings Of Orient Are (Trad, John Henry Hopkins)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Angels We Have Heard On High (Trad)
02:44 3/10/1956 L9585-A I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day (Henry W Longfellow, Johnny Marks)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Ken Lane Singers (vgr), Buddy Cole Orchestra, Simon Rady and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr), Jeff Alexander Chorus (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY CHRISTMAS CLASSICS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MSD 35463     Rel. Year: 1993
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
03:22 31/5/1949 W74948-A Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Away In A Manger (Frank Luther, Kirkpatrick)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A I Saw Three Ships (Trad)
02:39 27/9/1943 L3200-A Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (J Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
03:08 8/6/1942 L3025-A Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
02:33 27/9/1943 L3199-A Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
02:42 1/10/1951 L6462-A Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon)
02:55 30/7/1945 L3903-A Ave Maria (Franz Schubert)
03:17 31/5/1949 W74949-A Good King Wenceslaus (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74949-A We Three Kings Of Orient Are (Trad, John Henry Hopkins)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Angels We Have Heard On High (Trad)
02:44 1/10/1951 L6463-A It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Meredith Willson)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3203-A I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
02:52 19/3/1947 L4376-A The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Torme, Robert Wells)
02:11 22/6/1950 L5695-A Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
02:31 11/5/1949 L5008-A The First Noel (Trad)
02:16 8/6/1942 L3028-A God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad)
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
02:46 1/6/1942 DLA3014-A Happy Holiday (Irving Berlin)
02:52 7/9/1950 L5830-A Mele Kalikimaka (R Alex Anderson)
03:21 10/5/1949 L5004-A The Twelve Days Of Christmas (Anon)
02:44 3/10/1956 L9585-A I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day (Henry W Longfellow, Johnny Marks)
03:02 8/9/1950 L5832-A Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)

Bing Crosby, Carole Richards (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Ken Lane Singers, The Music Maids And Hal, Max Terr Mixed Chorus (vgr), Buddy Cole Orchestra, Simon Rady and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr)


Title: CHRISTMAS WITH BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MUSIC CLUB (UK)     Cat. Num.: MCCDX 002     Rel. Year: 1993
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:34 19/3/1947 L4375-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
02:44 1/10/1951 L6463-A It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Meredith Willson)
01:50 17/11/1952 L6897-A Radio Little Jack Frost, Get Lost (Al Stillman, Seger Ellis)
03:17 31/5/1949 W74949-A Good King Wenceslaus (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74949-A We Three Kings Of Orient Are (Trad, John Henry Hopkins)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Angels We Have Heard On High (Trad)
02:40 17/11/1952 L6895-A Radio Sleigh Ride (Leroy Anderson, Mitchell Parrish)
02:39 22/11/1955 L8805-1 Christmas Is A-Comin' (Frank Luther)
03:22 31/5/1949 W74948-A Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Away In A Manger (Frank Luther, Kirkpatrick)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A I Saw Three Ships (Trad)
02:44 3/10/1956 L9585-A I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day (Henry W Longfellow, Johnny Marks)
02:34 1/10/1943 L3203-A I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
03:21 10/5/1949 L5004-A The Twelve Days Of Christmas (Anon)
02:39 27/9/1943 L3200-A Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (J Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
02:16 8/6/1942 L3028-A God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad)
02:52 19/3/1947 L4376-A The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Torme, Robert Wells)
02:42 1/10/1951 L6462-A Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon)

Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Max Terr Mixed Chorus (vgr), Buddy Cole Orchestra, Simon Rady and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr)


Title: AL JOLSON & BING CROSBY - LET ME SING AND I’M HAPPY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PARROT     Cat. Num.: PARCD004     Rel. Year: 1993
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Rose, Dave Dreyer)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 You Made Me Love You (Joseph Mc Carthy, James V Monaco)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Muir)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 Kate (Irving Berlin)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 The New Ashmoleon Marching Society and Students Conservatory Band (Frank Loesser)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson, Jon Ivanovich, Saul Chaplin)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbing Along (Harry M. Woods)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 April Showers (Louis Silvers, B G (Buddy) De Sylva)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Ma Blushin' Rosie (Stromberg, Jack Smith)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 You're Wonderful (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans, Victor Young)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Avalon (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie, B Smith)
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Bye, Bye Baby (Jule Styne, Leo Robin)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 A Rainy Night In Rio (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 Sunbonnet Sue (Will D Cobb, Gus Edwards)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody (Irving Berlin)
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 Linda (Lawrence)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Collins Foster)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight (Joe Hayden, Theodore Metz)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 L2181 note Nobody (Bert Williams, Alex Rogers)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Oh Susannah (Stephen Collins Foster)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 In The Evening By The Moonlight (James A Bland)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Collins Foster)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 On The Banks Of The Wabash (Paul Dresser)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Bud Green)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 The Best Things In Life Are Free (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)

Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, John Charles Thomas (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Ken Darby Choir (chr)

NOTES:
31 Bing tracks listed of 40 in total in the issue


Title: BING CROSBY AND JUDY GARLAND - WHEN YOU'RE SMILING
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PARROT     Cat. Num.: PARCD003     Rel. Year: 1993
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 Am I In Love? (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      4/6/1952 Chesterfield 110 Be My Life's Companion (Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
      7/3/1951 Chesterfield 58 You're Just In Love
      21/3/1951 Chesterfield 60 How Could You Believe Me (When I Said I Loved You) (Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner)
      21/3/1951 Chesterfield 60 reprise How Could You Believe Me (When I Said I Loved You) (Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner)
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 I'll Walk Alone (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Hello My Baby (Joseph E Howard, Ida Emerson)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (Irving Berlin)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Richman)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Parody In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      28/3/1951 Chesterfield 61 Sparrow In The Treetop (Bob Merrill)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Just The Way You Are (Arthur Freed)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Boise, Idaho
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Parody as "Blue Boy" My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 These Lush Moments
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 After You've Gone (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 When You Wore A Tulip (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, Chuck Meyer)
      14/3/1951 Chesterfield 59 If (George Evans, Damerell, Hargreaves)
      28/3/1951 Chesterfield 61 Limehouse Blues (Douglas Furber, Braham)
      21/3/1951 Chesterfield 60 Would I Love You (Love You, Love You) (Harold Spina, SK "Bob" Russell)
      6/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 You And Your Beautiful Eyes (Cecil Mack, Jay Livingston)
      28/3/1951 Chesterfield 61 April In Paris (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Vernon Duke)
      28/3/1951 Chesterfield 61 Isle Of Capri (Jimmy Kennedy, Will Grosz)
      4/6/1952 Chesterfield 110 At Last (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)

Bing Crosby, Judy Garland (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
26 Bing items listed of 35 tracks in total.


Title: BING CROSBY & FRIENDS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ASV - LIVING ERA (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AJA 5147     Rel. Year: 1994
02:55 1/7/1938 DLA1298-A Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
04:41 25/10/1931 E37321-A Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries (Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-B St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)
02:58 26/1/1933 B12992-A My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
03:04 19/8/1936 DLA588-A A Fine Romance (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
02:57 25/9/1937 DLA971-A Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
03:01 25/4/1938 DLA1289-A Darling Nellie Gray (Benjamin Russ Hanby)
03:08 9/12/1938 DLA1625-A I'm Falling In Love With Someone (Rida Johnson Young, Victor Herbert)
02:33 10/3/1939 DLA1722-? fluff Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
02:42 31/3/1939 DLA1743-A Little Sir Echo (Laura R Smith, J S Fearis)
02:56 20/9/1939 66632-A Ciribiribin (Rudolf Thaler, Harry James, Jack Lawrence, Alberto Pestalozza)
03:09 26/5/1941 DLA2411-A The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
02:23 27/5/1942 DLA2996-A I'll Capture Her Heart (Irving Berlin)
03:06 1/7/1938 DLA1297-A Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:10 29/2/1932 B11376-A Shine (Lew Brown, Ford Dabney, Cecil Mack)
02:37 19/8/1936 DLA587-A The Way You Look Tonight (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
02:37 25/9/1937 DLA972-A Bob White (Johnny Mercer, Bernie Hanighen)
03:02 9/12/1938 DLA1624-A Gypsy Love Song (Harry B Smith, Victor Herbert)
02:29 22/6/1939 DLA1781-A Start The Day Right (Charles Tobias, Al Lewis, Maurice Spitalny)
03:03 22/6/1939 DLA1782-A An Apple For The Teacher (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:40 15/4/1940 DLA1985-A Mister Meadowlark (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
02:32 13/3/1942 DLA2947-A Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)

Fred Astaire, Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Dixie Lee Crosby, Frances Langford, Margaret Lenhart, Mary Martin, Johnny Mercer, Jack Teagarden (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Boswell Sisters, Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Frying Pan Five (ing), Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Joe Venuti and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc), Bunny Berigan, Frank Guarente, Cootie Williams (tr), Will Bradley, Lawrence Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Joe Nanton (tb), Harry Carney, Max Farley, Johnny Hodges (tsx), Barney Bigard (cl), Duke Ellington, Joe Moresco (pno), Fred Guy, Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY - MOONLIGHT BECOMES YOU
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CHARLY RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDCD 1200     Rel. Year: 1994
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:09 30/6/1939 DLA1794-A What's New? (Johnny Burke, Bob Haggart)
02:52 9/7/1942 L3088-A But Not For Me (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
03:03 3/3/1937 DLA738-A Too Marvellous For Words (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
03:01 10/7/1940 DLA2044-A I Found A Million Dollar Baby In A Five & Ten Cent Store (Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, Harry Warren)
03:05 8/7/1938 DLA1310-A Summertime (Dubose Heyward, George Gershwin)
03:09 30/12/1940 DLA2314-A When Day Is Done (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Dr Robert Katscher)
03:15 29/3/1936 DLA324-A I Got Plenty Of Nothing (Dubose Heyward, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
02:38 22/4/1938 DLA1277-A Don't Be That Way (Mitchell Parrish, Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson)
02:35 2/7/1943 L3172-A Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:59 24/3/1936 DLA308-A The Touch Of Your Lips (Ray Noble)
03:06 20/9/1937 DLA940-A The Folks Who Live On The Hill (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
03:00 30/7/1941 DLA2600-A I Ain't Got Nobody (Roger Graham, Dave Peyton, Spencer Williams)
03:07 30/12/1940 DLA2315-A My Buddy (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
02:44 14/6/1939 DLA1777-A Somebody Loves Me (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, George Gershwin, Ballard Mc Donald)
03:06 12/12/1938 DLA1634-B I Cried For You (Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim, Abe Lyman)
02:56 5/10/1934 DLA65-A The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
02:44 5/4/1939 DLA1758-A And The Angels Sing (Johnny Mercer, Ziggy Elman)
02:54 14/10/1938 C91512-A Old Folks (Dedette Lee Hill, Willard Robison)

Bing Crosby (voc), Ken Darby Singers (vgr), Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Captain Eddie Dunstedter and his West Coast Army Air Force Training Corps Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc)


Title: WWII RADIO - Bing Crosby Armed Forces Broadcasts
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: Laserlight 12 299     Rel. Year: 1994
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      20/2/1952 Chesterfield 95 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Take It Easy (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Parlez Moi D'Amour(G)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 It's Love, Love, Love (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney, Mack David)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Bless 'em All (Hughes, Lake)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet (G)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 The Day After Forever (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Together (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Browm, Ray Henderson)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Put It There, Pal (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Marilyn Maxwell (voc), The Charioteers, The Mills Brothers, The Music Maids and Men, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Complete KMH Radio shows of 13 April and 15 June 1944


Title: WWII RADIO - Bing Crosby Armed Forces Broadcasts
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: Laserlight 12 302     Rel. Year: 1994
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Snoqualme Joe
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Together (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Browm, Ray Henderson)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Tumbling Tumbleweeds (G)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Sandman (G)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Exactly Like You (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 I'll Get By (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't My Baby? (Gene Austin, Louis Jordan)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 I Promise You (Arlen/Mercer) (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (G)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 Jeepers Creepers (G)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 The Glow Worm (G)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 I'm Making Believe (Mack Gordon, James V Monaco)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 With Every Breath I Take (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 June In January (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)

Eugenie Baird, Bing Crosby, Marilyn Maxwell (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids and Men (vgr), Spike Jones qnd his City Slickers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (rds)

NOTES:
Complete KMH Radio shows of 6 July & 30 November 1944


Title: WWII RADIO - Bing Crosby Armed Forces Broadcasts
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: Laserlight 12 298     Rel. Year: 1994     Volumes: 5
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 The Road To Victory
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 snatch Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 Nobody's Sweetheart (G)
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 One Alone (Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Hammerstein II)
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 parody Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Oh What A Beautiful Morning (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 I Used To Love You (But It's All Over Now)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 snatch Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Francis Wheeler)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Shoo Shoo Baby (G)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Joan Davis, Trudy Erwin (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Complete KMH Radio Shows of 7 October & 16 December 1943


Title: WWII RADIO - Bing Crosby Armed Forces Broadcasts
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: Laserlight 12 300     Rel. Year: 1994
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 The Bombardier Song (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 My Soul Is A Witness For My Lord (G)
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 parody I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 Two Sleepy People
      24/2/1944 KMH 323 It's Only A Paper Moon (Rose, Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 Going My Way (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 There's A Small Hotel (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 The General Jumped At Dawn (G)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 Square Dance (G)
      29/6/1944 KMH 339 It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)

Bing Crosby, Marilyn Maxwell, George Murphy, Roy Rogers (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Complete KMH Radio shows of 9 March & 29 June 1944


Title: WWII RADIO - Bing Crosby Armed Forces Broadcasts
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: LASERLIGHT (US)     Cat. Num.: Laserlight 12 301     Rel. Year: 1994
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 There Goes That Song Again (G)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Runnin’ Wild (G)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Frankie And Johnny (G)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 You've Got Me Where You Want Me (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Down By The River (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Soon (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Swanee River (Stephen Collins Foster)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Strange Music (Edvard Grieg, George Forrest, Robert Wright)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Jesus Is A Rock In The Weary Land (G)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 This Heart Of Mine (G)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 One Meat Ball
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Sleigh Ride In July (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 That's For Me (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Ain’t It A Shame About Mame (G)
      25/1/1945 KMH 356 Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)

Eugenie Baird, Bing Crosby (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Complete KMH radio shows of 18 January & 25 January 1945


Title: BING CROSBY'S HAWAII
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MSD 35082     Rel. Year: 1994
02:55 13/4/1938 DLA1210-A Sweet Hawaiian Chimes (Lani Mc Intire, George B Mc Connell, Dick Sanford)
03:00 21/1/1938 DLA1151-A The Moon Of Manakoora (Frank Loesser, Alfred Newman)
03:10 12/11/1935 DLA253-A Red Sails In The Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
03:11 23/7/1936 DLA452-A Song Of The Islands (Charles E King)
03:13 23/7/1936 DLA453-A Aloha Oe (Jimmy Kennedy, Queen Liliuokalani)
03:00 4/8/1936 DLA522-A South Sea Island Magic (Andy Iona Long, Lysle Tomerlin)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
03:07 23/2/1937 DLA723-A Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:10 28/2/1937 DLA729-A In A Little Hula Heaven (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:02 11/9/1937 DLA908-A When You Dream About Hawaii (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Sid Silvers)
02:58 13/6/1939 DLA1775-A My Isle Of Golden Dreams (Gus Kahn, Walter Blaufuss)
03:13 1/7/1940 DLA2013-A Trade Winds (Charles Tobias, Cliff Friend)
02:54 1/7/1940 DLA2014-A A Song Of Old Hawaii (Gordon Beecher, Johnny Noble)
02:54 5/9/1950 L5816-A Beyond The Reef (Jack Pitman)
02:56 19/1/1942 DLA2830-A Sing Me A Song Of The Islands (Harry Owens, Mack Gordon)
02:50 19/1/1942 DLA2833-A Remember Hawaii (Meredith Willson)
03:16 10/3/1949 L4921-A Bali H'ai (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
02:52 7/9/1950 L5830-A Mele Kalikimaka (R Alex Anderson)
03:01 10/3/1949 L4922-A Some Enchanted Evening (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)
02:45 20/7/1940 DLA2061-A Paradise Isle (Sam Koki)
02:55 5/9/1950 L5815-A Harbour Lights (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
02:54 13/6/1939 DLA1774-A To You Sweetheart, Aloha (Harry Owens)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, Ken Darby Singers (vgr), Instrumental Group (ing), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians, Lani McIntire and his Hawaiians, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra, Harry Owens and his Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra, The Paradise Island Trio, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - COUNTRY STYLE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA- CASTLE COMMUNICATIONS (Australia)     Cat. Num.: PCD 10044     Rel. Year: 1994
03:13 19/11/1946 L4329-A Country Style (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:52 12/12/1938 DLA1636-A When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Fred Howard, Nat Vincent)
03:09 14/6/1939 DLA1778-A Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
02:46 8/7/1941 DLA2516-A Ridin' Down The Canyon (Gene Autry, Smiley Burnett)
02:50 27/12/1945 W73255-A Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas, Ray Freedman)
03:14 16/12/1940 DLA2274-A San Antonio Rose (also New San Antonio Rose) (Bob Wills)
03:07 14/6/1941 DLA2438-A The Old Oaken Bucket (Samuel Woodhouse, George Kiallmark)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
02:21 3/4/1939 DLA1752-A Alla En El Rancho Grande (Silvano Ramos, Bartley Costello, J D Del Morales, Emilio D Uranga)
03:05 9/2/1940 DLA1919-A Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)
02:42 12/11/1935 DLA254-A Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle (Walter G Samuels, Teddy Powell, Leonard Whitcup)
03:08 24/3/1936 DLA307-A Twilight On The Trail (Sidney D Mitchell, Louis Alter)
03:01 14/7/1936 DLA436-A Empty Saddles (J Keir Brennan, Billy Hill)
03:08 14/7/1936 DLA437-A Roundup Lullabye (Gertrude Ross, Charles Badger Clark)
02:42 29/6/1945 L3876-A Along The Navajo Trail (Eddie DeLange, Larry Markes, Dick Charles)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, The Foursome, The Jesters, The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), The Calico Kids, John Scott Trotter and his Frying Pan Five (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - St. PATRICK'S DAY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA- CASTLE COMMUNICATIONS (Australia)     Cat. Num.: PCD 10041     Rel. Year: 1994
02:35 6/12/1945 W73220-A Dear Old Donegal (Wood, Sammy Gallop)
03:10 9/12/1940 DLA2260-A Did Your Mother Come From Ireland? (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
02:44 6/12/1945 W73218-A It's The Same Old Shillelagh (Pat White)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
03:15 17/7/1945 L3896-A The Rose Of Tralee (Charles W Glover, E Mordaunt Spencer)
02:52 7/5/1946 L4168-A When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Ernest R Ball, George Graff, Chauncey Olcott)
03:06 9/12/1940 DLA2262-A Where The River Shannon Flows (James J Russell)
02:27 6/12/1945 W73221-A Who Threw The Overalls In Mrs Murphy's Chowder? (George L Geifer)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
02:48 17/7/1945 L3898-A I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Thomas Paine Westendorf)
03:02 6/11/1949 L5190-A How Can You Buy Killarney? (Gerald Morrison, Ted Steels, Fred Grant, Joseph Hamilton Kennedy)
03:00 19/12/1951 L6576-A The Isle Of Innisfree (Richard Farrelly)
03:00 21/6/1949 L5050-A The Donovans (Alicia Adelaide Needham, Francis A Fahy, Walter Kent)
02:09 1/2/1951 L6033-A St Patrick's Day Parade (Johnny Lange, Hy Heath)
02:26 1/2/1951 L6032-A With My Shillelagh Under My Arm (Billy O'Brien, Raymond Wallace)
03:19 19/2/1952 L6655-A Radio Two Shillelagh O'sullivan (Perry Botkin, Preston Foster)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
02:59 13/11/1947 L4555-A My Girl's An Irish Girl (Jack Popplewell)
03:47 6/11/1949 L5189-A Eileen (Sylvia Fine, Max Liebman)
02:42 1/10/1951 L6462-A Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, The Jesters, The King's Men, The Mellomen (vgr), The Perry Botkin String Band, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Jeff Alexander Chorus (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY & HIS HOLLYWOOD GUESTS - HOLLYWOOD GUYS AND DOLLS Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PARROT     Cat. Num.: PARCD006     Rel. Year: 1994
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Hello, Hello (G)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 I Only Have Eyes For You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Shuffle Off To Buffalo (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Thanks A Million (Gus Kahn, Arthur Johnston)
      7/5/1952 Chesterfield 106 La Vie En Rose (Louis G Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
      19/3/1947 Philco 23 Lullabye (Cradle Song, Brahms) (Natalia Macfarren, Johannes Brahms)
      12/3/1952 Chesterfield 98 I Don't Know Why (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 The Bold Fisherman
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      9/5/1951 Chesterfield 67 Never Been Kissed
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas, Ray Freedman)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Alla En El Rancho Grande (Silvano Ramos, Bartley Costello, J D Del Morales, Emilio D Uranga)
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Tears In My Ears (G)
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Boise, Idaho
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Tortured
      19/5/1948 Philco 70 Washday The Sky (G)
      18/2/1948 Philco 57 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      18/2/1948 Philco 57 The Glow Worm (Paul Lincke, Johnny Mercer)
      30/4/1952 Chesterfield 105 parody Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
      30/4/1952 Chesterfield 105 I Waited A Little Too Long
      22/3/1950 Chesterfield 27 Dearie
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 Sketch - Double Damask Dinner Napkins
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On the Farm)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 Where The Black Eyed Susans Grow (Richard A Whiting)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 Lazy (Irving Berlin)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 Susannah's Squeaking Shoes (Muriel Lillie)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 You Brought A New Kinda Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 The Love Parade (G)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Hello Beautiful (Walter Donaldson)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 My Ideal (Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard A Whiting)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Learn To Croon (G)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Whispering Hope
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Anything You Can Do (Irving Berlin)
      24/11/1948 Philco 81 Friendship
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 (reprise) The Bold Fisherman

Fred Astaire, Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Maurice Chevalier, Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich, William Frawley, Dorothy Kirsten, Bert Lahr, Peggy Lee, Beatrice Lillie, Mary Martin, Ethel Merman, Donald O'connor, Dick Powell, Kay Thompson (voc), Bing Crosby (voc, cym), The Rhythmaires, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Ken Carpenter (ann), Alec Templeton (pno), Joe Venuti (vln), Robert Taylor (vc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND HIS HOLLYWOOD GUESTS - HOLLYWOOD GUYS AND DOLLS -Volume1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PARROT     Cat. Num.: PARCD005     Rel. Year: 1994
      9/5/1951 Chesterfield 67 Them There Eyes (William G Tracy, Maceo Pinkard, Doris Tauber)
      3/1/1951 Chesterfield 49 The Thing
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 The Bold Fisherman
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 From Monday On (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 You're The Top (Cole Porter)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Down The Old Ox Road (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
      14/3/1951 Chesterfield 59 Stop Your Gamblin'
      19/3/1952 Chesterfield 99 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
      28/4/1948 Philco 67 La Vie En Rose (Louis G Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Until The Next Time
      7/11/1951 Chesterfield 80 Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
      7/11/1951 Chesterfield 80 In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Rhymitis (G)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 There's A Flaw In My Flue
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 On A Rainy Day
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Silver Coated Moon
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Dearie
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Don't Blame Me (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Down By The River (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 When Father Papered The Parlour (G)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Oh Gee! Be Sweet To Me Kid
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside (J Glover Kind)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Lily Of Laguna (Paul Francis Webster, Leslie Stuart, Ted FioRito)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 If You Want To Come In, Come In (G)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 It's A Great Big Shame (G)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 There'll Be No War (G)
      29/10/1936 KMH 38 Goodbyee (Paul Weston, Bert Lee)

Fred Astaire, Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Claudette Colbert, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Cary Grant, Jerry Lewis, Beatrice Lillie, Dean Martin, Mary Martin, Ethel Merman, Jack Pepper, Mickey Rooney, James Stewart, Veola Vonn, Fran Warren (voc), Alec Templeton (voc, pno), The Rhythmaires (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn)


Title: BING CROSBY - I'M AN OLD COWHAND
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: ASV - LIVING ERA (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AJA 5160     Rel. Year: 1995
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
03:29 27/9/1933 LA22-A Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
02:42 12/11/1935 DLA254-A Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle (Walter G Samuels, Teddy Powell, Leonard Whitcup)
03:05 11/7/1938 DLA1314-A Silver On The Sage (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:52 12/12/1938 DLA1636-A When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Fred Howard, Nat Vincent)
03:05 9/2/1940 DLA1919-A Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)
03:22 27/9/1933 LA21-A After Sundown (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
02:21 3/4/1939 DLA1752-A Alla En El Rancho Grande (Silvano Ramos, Bartley Costello, J D Del Morales, Emilio D Uranga)
02:54 25/2/1940 DLA1952-A The Singing Hills (Mack David, Sammy Mysels, Dick Sanford)
03:06 3/12/1940 DLA2251-A Along The Sante Fe Trail (Al Dubin, Edwina Coolidge, Will Grosz)
02:25 14/6/1941 DLA2437-A Clementine (Percy Montrose, James Campbell)
03:14 16/12/1940 DLA2274-A San Antonio Rose (also New San Antonio Rose) (Bob Wills)
02:39 18/1/1942 DLA2828-A Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
03:04 23/5/1941 DLA2398-A Who Calls? (Dedette Lee Hill, Johnny Marks)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
02:46 8/7/1941 DLA2516-A Ridin' Down The Canyon (Gene Autry, Smiley Burnett)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
03:01 14/7/1936 DLA436-A Empty Saddles (J Keir Brennan, Billy Hill)
03:08 14/7/1936 DLA437-A Roundup Lullabye (Gertrude Ross, Charles Badger Clark)
03:07 14/6/1941 DLA2438-A The Old Oaken Bucket (Samuel Woodhouse, George Kiallmark)
02:53 24/3/1936 DLA306-A We'll Rest At The End Of The Trail (Fred Rose, Curt Poulton)
03:08 24/3/1936 DLA307-A Twilight On The Trail (Sidney D Mitchell, Louis Alter)
02:47 23/5/1941 DLA2402-A Goodbye, Little Darlin', Goodbye (Johnny Marvin, Gene Autry)
03:10 27/9/1933 LA20-A The Last Roundup (Billy Hill)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Foursome, The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Frying Pan Five, John Scott Trotter Eight (ing), Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: HIGH SOCIETY - From the sound track of the MGM Picture
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CAPITOL (UK)     Cat. Num.: CDP 793787-2     Rel. Year: 1995
      6/1/1956 15408 Little One (Cole Porter)
      22/2/1956 15409-1 True Love (Cole Porter)
      6/1/1956 15466 I Love You, Samantha (Cole Porter)
      18/1/1956 15405 Now You Has Jazz (Cole Porter)
      17/1/1956 15468 Well, Did You Evah? (Cole Porter)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra (voc), Louis Armstrong and his All Stars, John Green and his M G M Studio Orch (orc), Louis Armstrong (tr)

NOTES:
Five of the ten titles are of artists other han Bing - Frank Sinatra and Luois Armstrong.


Title: CHANSONS CINEMA Vol 1: BING CROSBY WITH PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CHANSON CINEMA (France)     Cat. Num.: CIN 009     Rel. Year: 1995     Volumes: 3
03:02 17/5/1928 W146291-2 C-O-N-S-T-A-N-T-I-N-O-P-L-E (Harry Carlton)
03:21 22/5/1928 W146319-3 Get Out And Get Under The Moon (Charles Tobias, William Jerome, Larry Shay)
02:50 10/6/1928 W146316-9 Tain't So Honey, 'tain't So (Willard Robison)
02:39 10/6/1928 W146320-5 I'd Rather Cry Over You (Jack Yellen, Dan Dougherty, Phil Ponce)
03:11 17/6/1928 W146541-3 I'm On The Crest Of A Wave (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
02:58 17/6/1928 W146542-3 That's My Weakness Now (Bud Green, Sam H. Stept)
02:57 18/6/1928 W146549-2 Because My Baby Don't Mean Maybe Now (Walter Donaldson)
02:35 18/6/1928 W146550-3 Out O' Town Gal (Walter Donaldson)
03:11 28/2/1929 W148013-3 Coquette (Berlin) (Irving Berlin)
03:19 3/5/1929 W148408-4 Reaching For Someone (Edgar Leslie, Walter Donaldson)
03:10 16/5/1929 W148544-3 S'posin' (Andy Razaf, Paul Denniker)
03:02 6/9/1929 W148985-3 At Twilight (William G Tracy, Maceo Pinkard)
03:00 13/9/1929 W149005-3 When You're Counting The Stars Alone (Bennee Russell, Jack Murray, Vincent Rose)
03:17 16/10/1929 W149149-4 I'm A Dreamer, Aren't We All (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
03:25 18/10/1929 W149158-3 (W149379-3 A Bundle Of Old Love Letters (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)

Bing Crosby, Jack Fulton, Al Rinker (voc, vbk), Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Harry Barris, Boyce Cullen, Charles Gaylord, Austin Young (vbk), Roy Bargy, Bill Challis, Ferde Grofe, Tom Satterfield, William Grant Still (arr), Bix Beiderbecke, Andy Secrest (cn), Harry Goldfield (tr), Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m, bss), Izzy Friedman (tsx, asx, cl), Charles Strickfadden (bsx), Eddie Lang (gtr), Lennie Hayton (cel)


Title: CHANSONS CINEMA Vol 2: BING CROSBY IN HOLLYWOOD - 1930-1933
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CHANSON CINEMA (France)     Cat. Num.: CIN 010     Rel. Year: 1995     Volumes: 3
02:59 10/3/1930 W149810-1 Happy Feet (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
02:55 21/3/1930 W149825-1 test A Bench In The Park (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
03:13 23/5/1930 W149840-4 A Bench In The Park (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
02:50 23/3/1930 W149826-2 I Like To Do Things For You (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
02:59 10/4/1929 W147888-6 So The Bluebirds And The Blackbirds Got Together (Billy Moll, Harry Barris)
03:16 21/3/1930 W149822-2 Song Of The Dawn (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-A Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:12 14/10/1932 B12473-A Here Lies Love (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:48 13/6/1933 B793-A Learn To Croon (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:31 9/6/1933 B780-A Moonstruck (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:13 16/6/1933 B805-A Down The Old Ox Road (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:20 27/8/1933 LA1-A Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:19 27/8/1933 LA2-A The Day You Came Along (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:12 27/8/1933 LA3-A I Guess It Had To Be That Way (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:25 27/8/1933 LA4-A Black Moonlight (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)

Bing Crosby (voc, cym), The Brox Sisters, Chorus, Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers, Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Harry Barris and Al Rinker) (vgr), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra, Paul Whiteman Orchestra (orc), Ferde Grofe (arr), Lennie Hayton (arr, cel), Andy Secrest (cn), Frank Guarente (tr), Will Bradley, Bill Rank (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Max Farley (tsx), Roy Bargy, Harry Barris, Joe Moresco, Joe Sullivan (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: CHANSONS CINEMA Vol 3: BING CROSBY IN HOLLYWOOD - 1933-1934
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CHANSON CINEMA (France)     Cat. Num.: CIN 011     Rel. Year: 1995     Volumes: 3
03:10 4/11/1932 B12530-A Just An Echo In The Valley (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
03:23 27/9/1933 LA19-A Beautiful Girl (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:22 27/9/1933 LA21-A After Sundown (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:12 22/10/1933 LA68-A We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:06 22/10/1933 LA69-A Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
02:47 22/10/1933 LA70-A Our Big Love Scene (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
03:02 25/2/1934 LA134-A Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:08 25/2/1934 LA135-A Once In A Blue Moon (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 25/2/1934 LA136-A Goodnight Lovely Little Lady (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:52 25/2/1934 LA137-A May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:05 13/3/1934 LA146-A She Reminds Me Of You (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
02:49 5/7/1934 LA181-A I'm Hummin', I'm Whistlin', I'm Singin' (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:09 5/7/1934 LA182-A Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:14 5/7/1934 LA183-A Straight From The Shoulder (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)

Bing Crosby (voc), Irving Aaronson and his Commanders, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Studio Orchestra (orc), Lennie Hayton (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - THOSE GREAT WWII SONGS disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: DOUBLE GOLD     Cat. Num.: DBG53042     Rel. Year: 1995     Volumes: 2
      1/1/1942 KMH 241 The White Cliffs Of Dover (Burton, Walter Farrar)
      22/1/1942 KMH 244 The Army Air Corps Song
      5/2/1942 KMH 246 The Yankee Doodle Boy
      5/2/1942 KMH 246 I Don't Want To Walk Without You (Jule Styne, Frank Loesser)
      25/6/1942 KMH 262 Song Of Freedom (Irving Berlin)
      28/1/1943 KMH 280 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (Cole Porter)
      5/8/1943 KMH 299 What Do You Do In The Infantry?
      2/9/1943 KMH 303 Ridin' Herd On A Cloud
      16/9/1943 KMH 305 The Road To Victory
      23/9/1943 KMH 306 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      30/9/1943 KMH 307 Vict'ry Polka (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 I Used To Love You (But It's All Over Now)
      30/12/1943 KMH 315 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
      13/1/1944 KMH 317 I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
      27/1/1944 KMH 319 Shoo Shoo Baby (Elizabeth Moore)
      2/3/1944 KMH 324 There'll Be a Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin (Joe Bushkin, Johnny De Vries)
      9/3/1944 KMH 325 The Bombardier Song (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      4/5/1944 KMH 331 Long Ago And Far Away (Gershwin/Kern) (Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Bless 'em All (Hughes, Lake)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 I'll Get By (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
      9/11/1944 KMH 345 Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't My Baby? (Gene Austin, Louis Jordan)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 Saturday Night Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week (Sammy Cahn, Jules Styne)
      26/8/1943 KMH 302 Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)

Bing Crosby, Ginny Sims (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus, The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids and Lee, The Music Maids and Men, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr)


Title: BING CROSBY - THOSE GREAT WWII SONGS disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: DOUBLE GOLD     Cat. Num.: DBG53042     Rel. Year: 1995
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Wait For Me, Mary
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Brother Bill (G)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 It's Always You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      28/3/1945 Mail Call 138 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      28/3/1945 Mail Call 138 Come and Live In Lankersham (G)
      28/3/1945 Mail Call 138 You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
      28/3/1945 Mail Call 138 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
      28/3/1945 Mail Call 138 Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 snatch Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 snatch Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn)
      23/9/1943 KMH 306 What Do You Do In The Infantry?

Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin, William Frawley, Leo McCarey (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids (vgr), The AFRS Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Alvino Rey (bl), Phil Silvers (cl), Ike"Ukie" Sherin (com)


Title: BING CROSBY - REMEMBER ME
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI -AXIS (Australia)     Cat. Num.: 8742602     Rel. Year: 1995
03:09 30/3/1931 LA983-A Out Of Nowhere (Edward Heyman, John W Green)
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:50 12/1/1933 B12887-B You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:09 5/7/1934 LA182-A Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:13 9/11/1934 DLA71-A June In January (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:15 21/2/1935 DLA95-B It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:10 12/11/1935 DLA253-A Red Sails In The Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
03:03 3/3/1937 DLA738-A Too Marvellous For Words (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
03:13 12/7/1937 DLA831-A The Moon Got In My Eyes (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:59 20/9/1937 DLA942-A Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
03:06 26/1/1938 DLA1152-A Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
02:38 11/7/1938 DLA1312-A I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:56 14/10/1938 C91511-A You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
02:59 22/3/1940 DLA1970-A Sierra Sue (Joseph Buell Carey)
03:07 3/7/1940 DLA2033-A Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:59 20/7/1940 DLA2058-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:59 29/5/1942 DLA3009-B White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby (voc), Ken Darby Singers (vgr), Irving Aaronson and his Commanders, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, The Paradise Island Trio, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Lebert Lombardo (tr), Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY'S HAWAII
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: GOOD MUSIC (US)     Cat. Num.: C 103820     Rel. Year: 1995
02:58 13/6/1939 DLA1775-A My Isle Of Golden Dreams (Gus Kahn, Walter Blaufuss)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
03:11 23/7/1936 DLA452-A Song Of The Islands (Charles E King)
03:07 23/2/1937 DLA723-A Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:45 20/7/1940 DLA2061-A Paradise Isle (Sam Koki)
02:54 13/6/1939 DLA1774-A To You Sweetheart, Aloha (Harry Owens)
03:13 23/7/1936 DLA453-A Aloha Oe (Jimmy Kennedy, Queen Liliuokalani)
03:02 11/9/1937 DLA908-A When You Dream About Hawaii (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Sid Silvers)
03:10 28/2/1937 DLA729-A In A Little Hula Heaven (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
02:54 1/7/1940 DLA2014-A A Song Of Old Hawaii (Gordon Beecher, Johnny Noble)
02:55 13/4/1938 DLA1210-A Sweet Hawaiian Chimes (Lani Mc Intire, George B Mc Connell, Dick Sanford)
02:50 19/1/1942 DLA2833-A Remember Hawaii (Meredith Willson)
03:00 4/8/1936 DLA522-A South Sea Island Magic (Andy Iona Long, Lysle Tomerlin)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)
03:10 12/11/1935 DLA253-A Red Sails In The Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
03:00 21/1/1938 DLA1151-A The Moon Of Manakoora (Frank Loesser, Alfred Newman)
03:01 10/3/1949 L4922-A Some Enchanted Evening (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
02:52 7/9/1950 L5830-A Mele Kalikimaka (R Alex Anderson)
03:13 1/7/1940 DLA2013-A Trade Winds (Charles Tobias, Cliff Friend)
02:44 11/9/1937 DLA909-B Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon (Harry Tobias, Percy Weinrich)
02:56 19/1/1942 DLA2830-A Sing Me A Song Of The Islands (Harry Owens, Mack Gordon)
03:16 10/3/1949 L4921-A Bali H'ai (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
02:55 5/9/1950 L5815-A Harbour Lights (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
02:54 5/9/1950 L5816-A Beyond The Reef (Jack Pitman)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, Ken Darby Singers (vgr), Instrumental Group (ing), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians, Lani McIntire and his Hawaiians, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra, Harry Owens and his Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra, The Paradise Island Trio, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - TRUE LOVE - 20 Greatest Hits
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: HIT MEMORIES (EEC)     Cat. Num.:      Rel. Year: 1995
      22/2/1956 15409-1 True Love (Cole Porter)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
02:24 17/7/1944 L3459-A Welcome To My Dream (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:23 18/7/1946 L4230-A Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
03:06 12/6/1931 LA1024-A I'm Through With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingstone, Matty Malneck)
02:56 21/2/1952 L6660 Ol' Spring Fever (Harry Warren, Leo Robin)
02:40 17/7/1936 DLA442-A I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
03:09 17/1/1947 L4345-A I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (Sam M Lewis, Ralph Erwin, Joe Young)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)
02:54 5/9/1950 L5816-A Beyond The Reef (Jack Pitman)
      1/12/1953 L7486-1 You Are Too Beautiful (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:10 17/7/1945 L3897-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
03:09 30/6/1939 DLA1794-A What's New? (Johnny Burke, Bob Haggart)
02:35 12/7/1937 DLA832-A Smarty (Burton Lane, Ralph Freed)

Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Ken Darby Singers, Vocal Group, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Instrumental Group (ing), The Perry Botkin String Band, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, John Green and his M G M Studio Orch, Lyn Murray and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - SWINGING ON A STAR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: PAST (Pavilion Records Ltd) (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD 7065     Rel. Year: 1995
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:06 14/7/1941 DLA2539-A Day Dreaming (Gus Kahn, Jerome Kern)
02:44 14/6/1939 DLA1776-A Maybe (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
02:35 2/7/1943 L3172-A Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:40 8/12/1944 L3685-A Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
03:07 30/12/1940 DLA2315-A My Buddy (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
02:57 30/6/1944 L3450-A Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't Ma Baby? (Gene Austin, Louis Jordan)
03:12 14/7/1941 DLA2540-A Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup (Anna Sosenko, Gus Kahn)
02:46 23/5/1941 DLA2399-A Lullabye (Cradle Song, Brahms) (Natalia Macfarren, Johannes Brahms)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:10 29/12/1943 L3275-A San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
02:45 31/7/1944 L3486-A Mine (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
03:00 30/7/1941 DLA2600-A I Ain't Got Nobody (Roger Graham, Dave Peyton, Spencer Williams)
03:32 3/5/1944 L3411-A Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter)
02:24 27/5/1942 DLA2998-A When My Dreamboat Comes Home (Cliff Friend, Dave Franklin)
02:50 3/12/1940 DLA2254-B I'd Know You Anywhere (Johnny Mercer, Jimmy McHugh)
02:21 8/12/1944 L3686-A Put It There, Pal (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:44 14/6/1939 DLA1777-A Somebody Loves Me (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, George Gershwin, Ballard Mc Donald)
02:47 8/12/1944 L3684-A There's A Fellow Waiting In Poughkeepsie (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
02:48 17/2/1944 L3318-A I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)

Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Bob Hope (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Ken Darby Singers, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers, Joseph J Lilley and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra, Victor Young Concert Orchestra (orc)


Title: Bing Crosby Christmas Album
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: Polygram     Cat. Num.: 314 520 211-2     Rel. Year: 1995
      7/9/1971 DL184 The Song Of Christmas (Kui Lee)
      7/9/1971 DL183 I Sing Noel (Gloria Shayne, Noel Regney)
      7/9/1971 DL181 Christmas Is (Percy Faith, Spence Maxwell)
      16/11/1970 DL102 The First Family Of Christmas (Paul Francis Webster, Sonny Burke)
      16/11/1970 DL101 And The Bells Rang (Leroy Hale, Joel Herron)
      7/9/1971 DL182 A Christmas Toast (Irving Taylor, Ken Lane)
      16/11/1970 DL100 A Time To Be Jolly (Lee Hale, Les Brown, Sonny Burke)
      7/9/1971 DL185 Round And Round The Christmas Tree (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
      16/11/1970 DL105 When You Trim Your Christmas Tree (Bill Carey, EB Powell, Sonny Burke)
      7/9/1971 DL186 Christmas Is Here To Stay (Bill Angelos, Alan Kohan)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jack Halloran Voices of Christmas (vgr), Les Brown and his Band Of Renown (orc)


Title: Road to Oslo & Play It Again Joe (20 tracks, of which 2 of Bing)
Artist: Joe Bushkin
Format: CD     Label: DRG RECORDS      Cat. Num.: DRG 8490     Rel. Year: 1995
      4/10/1977 Sail Away From Norway (Joe Bushkin, Johnny Smith)
      4/10/1977 Now You Has Jazz (Cole Porter)

Bing Crosby (voc), Joe Bushkin Quartet (ing)


Title: BING CROSBY - RETURN TO PARADISE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BAR-ONE RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: BC-023     Rel. Year: 1996
03:21 9/12/1963 2330 Return To Paradise (Ned Washington, Dmitri Tiomkin)
02:13 16/10/1963 2326 The Hukilau Song (Jack Owens)
03:43 21/8/1963 2319 The Old Plantation (James Royce Shannon, David Nape, Mary Montano)
02:53 16/10/1963 2324 Lovely Hula Hands (R Alex Anderson)
03:17 21/8/1963 2322 Love And Aloha (Johnny Blaisdell)
02:44 16/10/1963 2325 Keep Your Eyes On The Hands (Tony Todaro, Mary Johnston)
03:15 9/12/1963 2329 Adventures In Paradise (Dorcas Cochran, Lionel Newman)
02:48 16/10/1963 2323 Frangipani Blossom (Jay Livingston, Raymond B Evans)
03:23 21/8/1963 2320 Forevermore (Milt Raskin, Charles E King)
03:56 21/8/1963 2321 My Tane (August Goupil, Richard Gump, Johnny Noble)
03:43 9/12/1963 2328 Beautiful Kahana (Charles E King, Mary Montano)
03:08 9/12/1963 2327 Home In Hawaii (Paul Francis Webster, Charles E King)

Bing Crosby (voc), Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
A privately circulated CD


Title: BING CROSBY - SING ALONG WITH BING Vol 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BAR-ONE RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: BC-030     Rel. Year: 1996
      17/12/1959 B11272 Take Me Out To The Ball Game (Jack Norworth, Albert von Tilzer)
      17/12/1959 B11272 Meet Me In St Louis, Louis (Frederick Allen "Kerry" Mills, Andrew B Sterling)
      17/12/1959 B11272 Peggy O'Neill (Harry Pease, Gilbert Dodge, Edward G Nelson)
02:52 17/12/1959 B11277 Aura Lee (George Poulton, William Fosdick)
      17/12/1959 B11277 Cuddle Up A Little Closer (Otto Harbach, Karl Hoschna)
03:22 17/12/1959 B11268 Daisy Bell (Harry Dacre)
      17/12/1959 B11268 The Bowery (Percy Gaunt, Charles Hale Hoyt)
      17/12/1959 B11268 After The Ball (Charles K. Harris)
03:25 17/12/1959 B11276 Long, Long Ago (Thomas Haynes Bayly)
      17/12/1959 B11276 On The Banks Of The Wabash (Paul Dresser)
      17/12/1959 B11278 Shoo Fly Don't Bother Me (Billy Reeves, James Campbell)
      17/12/1959 B11278 Oh Dem Golden Slippers (James A Bland)
      17/12/1959 B11278 On The Road To Mandalay (Oley Speaks, Rudyard Kipling)
      17/12/1959 B11273 Give My Regards To Broadway (George M Cohan)
      17/12/1959 B11273 Mary's A Grand Old Name (George M Cohan)
      17/12/1959 B11273 You're A Grand Old Flag (George M Cohan)
      17/12/1959 B11275 Goodbye, My Lady Love (Joseph E Howard)
      17/12/1959 B11275 Linger Awhile (Harry Owens, Vincent Rose)
      17/12/1959 B11271 Doodle-Doo-Doo (Art Kassel, Mel Stitzel)
      17/12/1959 B11271 All I Do Is Dream Of You (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      17/12/1959 B11270 Alice Blue Gown
      17/12/1959 B11270 I Love You Truly (Carrie Jacobs Bond)
      17/12/1959 B11270 When I Grow Too Old To Dream (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      17/12/1959 B11279 A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight (Joe Hayden, Theodore Metz)
      17/12/1959 B11279 Toot-Toot-Tootsie (Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, Dan Russo)
      17/12/1959 B11279 Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay (Henry J Sayers, Angelo Asher, Richard Morton)
      20/12/1960 C11730 Shine On Harvest Moon (Jack Norworth, Nora Bayes)
      20/12/1960 C11730 That's Where My Money Goes (RP Lilly, Walter Daniels)
      20/12/1960 C11730 Harrigan (George M. Cohan)
      20/12/1960 C11730 Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne)
      20/12/1960 C11731 Flow Gently Sweet Afton (Robert Burns, James E Spilman)
      20/12/1960 C11731 Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms (Trad, Thomas Moore)
      20/12/1960 C11731 Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes (Trad, Ben Jonson)
      20/12/1960 C11732 Sweet Rosie O'Grady (Nugent, M K Jerome)
      20/12/1960 C11732 My Sweetheart's The Man In The Moon (Inez James, Thornton)
      20/12/1960 C11732 Forty Five Minutes From Broadway (George M. Cohan)
      20/12/1960 C11732 Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye (Trad, TH Allen)
      20/12/1960 C11733 When The Saints Go Marching In (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Little David Play On Your Harp (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (James A Bland)
      20/12/1960 C11733 Ezekiel Saw The Wheel (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11734 While Strolling Through The Park One Day (Robert A Keiser)
      20/12/1960 C11734 Today Is Monday (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11734 Big Rock Candy Mountain (Harry Kirby McLintock)
      20/12/1960 C11734 Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11734 Where Has My Little Dog Gone (Trad, Septimus Winner)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Annie Laurie (William Douglas, Lady J Scott)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Loch Lomond (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Blue Bells Of Scotland (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11735 Coming Through The Rye (Trad, Robert Burns)
      20/12/1960 C11736 Hello My Baby (Joseph E Howard, Ida Emerson)
      20/12/1960 C11736 The Girl I Left Behind Me (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11736 Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home
      20/12/1960 C11736 Wait For The Wagon (Trad, George Knauff)
      20/12/1960 C11736 Row, Row, Row Your Boat
      20/12/1960 C11737 Sweet Adeline (Henry W Armstrong, Richard H Gerard)
      20/12/1960 C11737 On Top Of Old Smokey (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11737 Down In The Valley (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11737 In The Good Old Summertime (George Evans, Ren Shields)
      20/12/1960 C11738 This Old Man (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11738 Schnitzelbank (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11738 Pop Goes The Weasel (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11738 Careless Love (W.C. Handy, Martha Koenig, Spencer Williams)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Li'l Liza Jane (Countess Ada de Lachau)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Cindy (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Where Did You Get That Hat? (Joseph L Sullivan)
      20/12/1960 C11739 So Long Mary (George M. Cohan)
      20/12/1960 C11739 Three Blind Mice (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11741 Love's Old Sweet Song (G Clifton Bingham, James Lyman Molloy)
      20/12/1960 C11741 Kathleen Mavorneen
      20/12/1960 C11741 Juanita (Caroline Norton)
      20/12/1960 C11740 Anchors Aweigh (A Zimmerman, AH Miles, R Lovell)
      20/12/1960 C11740 Tramp Tramp Tramp (George Frederick Root)
      20/12/1960 C11740 Blow The Man Down (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11740 For He's A Jolly Good Fellow (Trad)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jack Halloran Chorus (vgr), Jack Halloran Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
A privately circulated CD


Title: BING CROSBY - SING ALONG WITH BING Vol 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: BAR-ONE RECORDS (UK)     Cat. Num.: BC-029     Rel. Year: 1996
      20/12/1960 C11742 My Wild Irish Rose (Chauncey Olcott)
      20/12/1960 C11742 Come Back To Erin (Claribel)
      20/12/1960 C11742 Killarney (Michael William Balfe, Edmund Falconer)
      20/12/1960 C11742 The Minstrel Boy (Trad, Thomas Moore)
      20/12/1960 C11743 In The Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison, Meta Orred)
      20/12/1960 C11743 Stars of the Summer Night
      20/12/1960 C11743 Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming (Stephen Collins Foster)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Du Du Liegst Mir In Herzen (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Oh How Lovely Is The Evening (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Ach Du Lieber Augustine (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11744 Goodnight To You All (John Watson, Muriel Watson)
      20/12/1960 C11745 She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11745 Our Boys Will Shine Tonight (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11745 The Gospel Train's A Coming (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11745 Walk Together Children (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11745 Nut Brown Maiden (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11746 Casey Jones (Eddie Newton, T Lawrence Siebert)
      20/12/1960 C11746 Polly Wolly Doodle (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11746 The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo (Fred Gilbert)
      20/12/1960 C11746 I've Been Working On The Railroad (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11746 Asleep In The Deep (Henry W Petrie, Arthur J Lamb)
      20/12/1960 C11747 Battle Hymn Of The Republic (William Steffe, Julia Ward Howe)
      20/12/1960 C11747 America
      20/12/1960 C11747 When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again (Louis Lambert)
      20/12/1960 C11747 America The Beautiful (Katherine Lee Bates, Samuel Augustus Ward)
      20/12/1960 C11748 There Is A Tavern In The Town (William H Hills)
      20/12/1960 C11748 Oh Susannah (Stephen Collins Foster)
      20/12/1960 C11748 Maryland, My Maryland (Trad, James Ryder Randall)
      20/12/1960 C11748 Carry Me Back To Old Virginny (James A Bland)
      20/12/1960 C11748 The Bear Went Over The Mountain (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11749 Gumtree Canoe (AF Winnemore, SS Steele)
      20/12/1960 C11749 Dear Evelina (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11749 Sweet And Low
      20/12/1960 C11750 My Gal Sal (Paul Dresser)
      20/12/1960 C11750 I Don't Want To Play In Your Yard (Henry W Petrie, Philip Wingate)
      20/12/1960 C11750 Schooldays (Will D Cobb, Gus Edwards)
      20/12/1960 C11750 Abdul Abulbul Amir (Trad, William Percy French)
      20/12/1960 C11751 Heaven, Heaven (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11751 O Mary Don't You Weep (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11751 Jacob's Ladder
      20/12/1960 C11751 Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11751 Roll Jordan Roll (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11752 O Sole Mio (Eduardo Di Capua, Giovanni Capurro)
      20/12/1960 C11752 Funiculi Funicula (Luigi Denza, Peppino Capurra)
      20/12/1960 C11752 My Grandfather's Clock (Henry Clay Work)
      20/12/1960 C11752 Keemo Kimo (Trad)
      20/12/1960 C11753 Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker, George Cooper)
      20/12/1960 C11753 Santa Lucia (Teodoro Cottrau, Thomas Oliphant)
      20/12/1960 C11753 In The Evening By The Moonlight (James A Bland)
      20/12/1960 C11753 Goodnight Ladies (Trad)
      30/4/1962 E12801 Singing In The Rain (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      30/4/1962 E12801 The Darktown Strutter's Ball (Shelton Brooks)
      30/4/1962 E12802 My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua Hawaii (Johnny Noble, Bill Cogswell, Tommy Harrison)
      30/4/1962 E12802 Around Her Neck She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (Peter Conn, M Ottner)
      30/4/1962 E12803 Me And My Shadow (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      30/4/1962 E12804 Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue (Ray Henderson, Joe Young, Sam M Lewis)
      30/4/1962 E12804 Marching Along Together (Eddie Pola, Mort Dixon, Franz Steininger)
      30/4/1962 E12805 Should I (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      30/4/1962 E12805 Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      30/4/1962 E12806 Cecilia (Dave Dreyer, Harry Ruby)
      30/4/1962 E12807 Gimme A Little Kiss (Roy Turk, Maceo Pinkard, Jack Smith)
      30/4/1962 E12807 When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbing Along (Harry M. Woods)
      30/4/1962 E12808 The Loveliest Night Of The Year (Juventino Rosas, Irving Aaronson, Paul Francis Webster)
      30/4/1962 E12809 Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (Sam H Stept, Lew Brown, Charles Tobias)
      30/4/1962 E12810 The Man On The Flying Trapeze (Alfred Lee, George Leybourne)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jack Halloran Chorus (vgr), Jack Halloran Orchestra, Bob Thompson and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
A privately circulated CD


Title: THE JAZZIN' BING CROSBY, 1927-1940 Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: CHARLY-AFFINITY (UK)     Cat. Num.: CD AFS 1022     Rel. Year: 1996
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-B Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
04:29 11/2/1932 BX11263-B St. Louis Blues (W C Handy)
03:10 29/2/1932 B11376-A Shine (Lew Brown, Ford Dabney, Cecil Mack)
03:04 8/3/1932 B11417-A Shadows On The Window (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
05:22 13/4/1932 BX11701-A Lawd You Made The Night Too Long (Sam M Lewis, Victor Young)
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-A Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
02:55 25/5/1932 JC8635-1 Cabin In The Cotton (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Perkins)
02:35 26/5/1932 JC8641-1 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
02:49 25/10/1932 B12505-A Sweet Sue, Just You (Will J Harris, Victor Young)
02:58 26/1/1933 B12992-A My Honey's Loving Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
03:00 14/3/1933 B13149-A Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn (Ned Washington, Edgar Hayes, Irving Mills)
02:46 14/3/1933 B13150-B Stay On The Right Side Of The Road (Ted Koehler, Rube Bloom)
03:15 13/6/1933 B791-B Blue Prelude (Gordon Jenkins, Joe Bishop)
02:52 5/7/1934 LA181-B I'm Hummin', I'm Whistlin', I'm Singin' (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
03:13 8/8/1934 DLA9-A Someday Sweetheart (John C Spikes, Benjamin Spikes)
03:09 13/11/1935 DLA262-B Moonburn (Edward Heyman, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:38 22/4/1938 DLA1277-A Don't Be That Way (Mitchell Parrish, Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson)
02:49 1/7/1938 DLA1298-B Mister Crosby And Mister Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
02:56 14/10/1938 C91511-A You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
02:59 20/9/1939 66633-B Yodelin' Jive (Hughie Prince, Don Raye)
03:07 13/12/1940 DLA2272-A Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Boswell Sisters, The Mills Brothers (vgr), Larry Gomar (vgr, dms), Irving Aaronson and his Commanders, ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Brunswick Studio Orchestra dir. Victor Young, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Jimmy Grier and his Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Don Redman and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Joe Venuti and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Small Fryers (orc), Horace Henderson, Glenn Miller (arr), Bunny Berigan, Frank Guarente, Manny Klein, Cootie Williams (tr), Will Bradley, Lawrence Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Joe Nanton (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Harry Carney, Max Farley, Johnny Hodges (tsx), Barney Bigard, Jimmy Dorsey (cl), Duke Ellington, Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco, Joe Sullivan (pno), Fred Guy, Eddie Lang (gtr), Red Norvo (xyl)


Title: THE CHRONOLOGICAL BING CROSBY VOLUME 11
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: JONZO (UK)     Cat. Num.: JZCD-11     Rel. Year: 1996
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-A Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
03:04 23/4/1932 JC8592-B Sweet Georgia Brown (Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard)
02:31 23/4/1932 JC8593-A Waltzing In A Dream (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
03:07 23/4/1932 JC8594-A Happy Go Lucky You (Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, Jack Murray)
03:01 24/4/1932 JC8596-B Lazy Day (Gus Kahn, Grace Leboy Khan, Eric Maschwitz, George Posford)
03:05 24/4/1932 JC8597-A Let's Try Again (Charles Newman, Isham Jones)
02:55 25/5/1932 JC8635-1 Cabin In The Cotton (Mitchell Parrish, Frank Perkins)
02:38 25/5/1932 JC8636-1 With Summer Coming On (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
03:07 26/5/1932 JC8640-1 Love Me Tonight (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
02:35 26/5/1932 JC8641-1 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:15 14/10/1932 B12472-A How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin)
03:12 14/10/1932 B12473-A Here Lies Love (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
03:12 14/10/1932 B12474-A A Ghost Of A Chance (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
03:18 14/10/1932 B12474-B A Ghost Of A Chance (Ned Washington, Bing Crosby, Victor Young)
03:05 25/10/1932 B12500-A Linger A Little Longer In The Twilight (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
03:17 25/10/1932 B12501-"Blow Up" We're A Couple Of Soldiers (My Baby And Me) (Harry M. Woods)
02:58 25/10/1932 B12501-A We're A Couple Of Soldiers (My Baby And Me) (Harry M. Woods)
03:11 25/10/1932 B12502-A Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Jay Gorney)
02:49 25/10/1932 B12505-A Sweet Sue, Just You (Will J Harris, Victor Young)
03:07 28/10/1932 B12510-A Let's Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep (Herman Hupfeld)
02:58 28/10/1932 B12519-A I'll Follow You (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
02:56 28/10/1932 B12519-B test I'll Follow You (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)

Bing Crosby (voc), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Isham Jones and his Orchestra, Studio Orchestra Dir. Frank Trumbauer, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra (orc), Manny Klein (tr), Tommy Dorsey, Jack Jenney (tb), Frank Trumbauer (c-m), Lennie Hayton, Howard Smith (pno), Eddie Lang (gtr), Red Norvo (xyl)


Title: THE BEST OF BING CROSBY Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (UK)     Cat. Num.: MCD 11561-2     Rel. Year: 1996     Volumes: 2
03:09 12/6/1942 L3034-A Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:28 25/4/1951 L6262-A Radio Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
02:57 27/12/1947 L4746-A Busy Doing Nothing (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:16 22/8/1946 L4277-A So Would I (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:57 19/7/1944 L3463-A A Friend Of Yours (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      27/12/1957 L10676 Gigi (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
02:54 7/9/1950 L5827-A I've Never Been In Love Before (Frank Loesser)
03:04 22/8/1946 L4276-A Among My Souvenirs (Edgar Leslie, Horatio Nicholls)
02:41 19/10/1951 L6494-A A Weaver Of Dreams (Victor Young, Jack Elliott)
03:10 17/7/1945 L3897-A Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
02:37 9/4/1951 L6218-A I Whistle A Happy Tune (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
03:05 9/6/1939 DLA1767-A Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
02:39 26/10/1949 L5162-A Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
02:56 5/10/1934 DLA65-A The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
02:40 23/2/1937 DLA722-A Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
03:10 29/8/1945 L3937-A Give Me The Simple Life (Rube Bloom, Harry Ruby)
03:14 16/12/1940 DLA2274-A San Antonio Rose (also New San Antonio Rose) (Bob Wills)
03:10 25/3/1947 L4387-7(A) The Spaniard That Blighted My Life (Billy Merson)
02:55 23/8/1943 L3181-A People Will Say We're In Love (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
03:06 20/9/1937 DLA940-A The Folks Who Live On The Hill (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
03:15 2/2/1951 L6034-A Sentimental Music (Ralph Care, Bernie Wayne)
02:54 7/7/1944 L3457-A Moonlight On A White Picket Fence (John Scott Trotter, Carroll Carroll)
03:23 18/7/1946 L4230-A Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
02:28 7/2/1944 L3307-A Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:47 25/3/1947 L4386-1 Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)

Louis Armstrong, William Bendix, Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Cedric Hardwicke, Al Jolson (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, Sportsmen Glee Club, Vocal Group, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), The Perry Botkin String Band, Bob Crosby and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Pete King and his Orchestra, Lani Mc Intire and his Hawaiians, Russ Morgan Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, Morris Stoloff and his Orchestra, Axel Stordahl and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: THE BEST OF BING CROSBY Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (UK)     Cat. Num.: MCD 11561-2     Rel. Year: 1996     Volumes: 2
03:00 19/3/1947 L4377-A Anything You Can Do (Irving Berlin)
02:47 12/11/1947 L4551-A Embraceable You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
02:43 31/12/1947 L4796-A A Fella With An Umbrella (Irving Berlin)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
03:01 8/11/1947 L4541-A Now Is The Hour (Clement Scott, Maewa Kaihau, Dorothy Stewart)
02:58 9/4/1951 L6220-A Getting To Know You (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
03:09 21/1/1945 L3725-A Just One Of Those Things (Cole Porter)
02:50 23/6/1950 L5699-A Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
03:05 3/5/1944 L3410-A Like Someone In Love (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:01 22/3/1939 DLA1734-A Stardust (Mitchell Parrish, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:20 20/6/1951 L6318-A In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
02:46 23/8/1943 L3182-A Oh What A Beautiful Morning (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
03:08 24/7/1936 DLA463-A Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
02:49 23/6/1950 L5698-A Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
03:09 1/8/1946 L4257-A The Things We Did Last Summer (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
02:57 14/2/1952 L6644-A Just For You (Harry Warren, Leo Robin)
02:50 7/8/1945 L3904-A I Can't Begin To Tell You (James V Monaco, Mack Gordon)
02:54 21/9/1950 L5849-A Marrying For Love (Irving Berlin)
03:20 20/12/1940 DLA2287-A A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin)
02:40 8/6/1942 L3026-A Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
03:22 31/5/1949 W74948-A Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Trad)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A Away In A Manger (Frank Luther, Kirkpatrick)
      31/5/1949 W74948-A I Saw Three Ships (Trad)
03:01 19/3/1947 L4374-A White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Dick Haymes, Jane Wyman (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Chickadees, Ken Darby Singers, Four Hits and a Miss, The Jesters, Sportsmen Glee Club, Max Terr Mixed Chorus (vgr), Instrumental Group (ing), Sonny Burke Orchestra, Camarata and his Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Allstars, Simon Rady and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr), Carmen Cavallaro (pno), George Harris (gtr), Steve Porpora (sb), John L Shanahan (dms)


Title: BING CROSBY - TOP O' THE MORNING - His Irish Collection
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD-11406     Rel. Year: 1996
02:44 6/12/1945 W73218-A It's The Same Old Shillelagh (Pat White)
02:40 6/12/1945 W73219-A McNamara's Band (Seamus O'Connor, Guy Bonham, Wamp Carlson, Red Latham, John J Stamford)
02:27 6/12/1945 W73221-A Who Threw The Overalls In Mrs Murphy's Chowder? (George L Geifer)
02:35 6/12/1945 W73220-A Dear Old Donegal (Wood, Sammy Gallop)
03:10 9/12/1940 DLA2260-A Did Your Mother Come From Ireland? (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
03:06 9/12/1940 DLA2262-A Where The River Shannon Flows (James J Russell)
03:11 5/7/1941 DLA2504-A Danny Boy (Frederic Weatherly, Trad)
02:57 7/7/1944 L3456-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:17 17/7/1945 L3895-A Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
03:15 17/7/1945 L3896-A The Rose Of Tralee (Charles W Glover, E Mordaunt Spencer)
02:48 17/7/1945 L3898-A I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Thomas Paine Westendorf)
02:52 7/5/1946 L4168-A When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Ernest R Ball, George Graff, Chauncey Olcott)
02:58 7/5/1946 L4171-A That Tumbledown Shack In Athlone (Monte Carlo, Richard W Pascoe, Alma Sanders)
02:59 13/11/1947 L4555-A My Girl's An Irish Girl (Jack Popplewell)
02:56 27/11/1947 L4583-A Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
02:48 21/6/1949 L5049-A Top O' The Morning (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:00 21/6/1949 L5050-A The Donovans (Alicia Adelaide Needham, Francis A Fahy, Walter Kent)
03:47 6/11/1949 L5189-A Eileen (Sylvia Fine, Max Liebman)
03:02 6/11/1949 L5190-A How Can You Buy Killarney? (Gerald Morrison, Ted Steels, Fred Grant, Joseph Hamilton Kennedy)
02:26 1/2/1951 L6032-A With My Shillelagh Under My Arm (Billy O'Brien, Raymond Wallace)
02:09 1/2/1951 L6033-A St Patrick's Day Parade (Johnny Lange, Hy Heath)
03:00 19/12/1951 L6576-A The Isle Of Innisfree (Richard Farrelly)
03:19 19/2/1952 L6655-A Radio Two Shillelagh O'sullivan (Perry Botkin, Preston Foster)
03:03 19/2/1952 L6656-A Rosaleen (Tot Seymour, Martin Friedberg, Al Goodhart)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Jesters, The King's Men, The Mellomen (vgr), The Perry Botkin String Band, Bob Haggart and his Orchestra, Matty Matlock and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Jeff Alexander Chorus (cho)


Title: BING CROSBY AND THE ANDREWS SISTERS Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD2-11503     Rel. Year: 1996     Volumes: 2
02:49 17/12/1947 L4677-A At The Flying "W" (Allie Wrubel)
02:56 20/9/1939 66632-A Ciribiribin (Rudolf Thaler, Harry James, Jack Lawrence, Alberto Pestalozza)
02:59 20/9/1939 66633-B Yodelin' Jive (Hughie Prince, Don Raye)
02:59 27/9/1943 L3197-A Pistol Packin' Mama (Al Dexter)
02:44 27/9/1943 L3198-B Vict'ry Polka (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
02:33 27/9/1943 L3199-A Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
02:39 27/9/1943 L3200-A Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (J Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
02:52 30/6/1944 L3449-A There'll Be a Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin (Joe Bushkin, Johnny De Vries)
02:57 30/6/1944 L3450-A Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't Ma Baby? (Gene Austin, Louis Jordan)
03:04 25/7/1944 L3475-A Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
02:41 25/7/1944 L3476-A The Three Caballeros (Manuel Esperon, Ernesto M Cortazar, Ray Gilbert)
02:47 8/12/1944 L3684-A There's A Fellow Waiting In Poughkeepsie (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
02:40 8/12/1944 L3685-A Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
02:42 29/6/1945 L3876-A Along The Navajo Trail (Eddie DeLange, Larry Markes, Dick Charles)
02:15 29/6/1945 L3877-A Good, Good, Good (Allan Roberts, Doris Fisher)
02:37 3/7/1945 L3887-A Happy, Happy, Happy Wedding Day (Meredith Willson)
03:03 3/7/1945 L3888-A Betsy (Terry Shand, Jimmy Eaton, David Kapp)
03:12 11/5/1946 L4177-A (Get Your Kicks) On Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
03:08 11/5/1946 L4178-A South America, Take It Away (Harold J Rome)
03:00 19/3/1947 L4377-A Anything You Can Do (Irving Berlin)
02:51 19/3/1947 L4378-A There's No Business Like Show Business (Irving Berlin)
02:54 26/3/1947 L4396-A Go West, Young Man (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby)
03:01 26/3/1947 L4397-A Tallahassee (Frank Loesser)
02:51 29/5/1947 W73927-A The Freedom Train (Irving Berlin)
02:53 25/11/1947 L4576-A Apalachicola (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:55 25/11/1947 L4577-A You Don't Have To Know The Language (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:37 17/12/1947 L4676-A A Hundred And Sixty Acres (David Kapp)

Bing Crosby, Dick Haymes (voc), The Andrews Sisters (vgr), Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, Joe Venuti and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND THE ANDREWS SISTERS Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MCA (US)     Cat. Num.: MCAD2-11503     Rel. Year: 1996     Volumes: 2
02:31 27/9/1943 L3199-Rej Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
02:53 25/7/1944 L3475-fluff Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
02:46 25/7/1944 L3476-fluff The Three Caballeros (Manuel Esperon, Ernesto M Cortazar, Ray Gilbert)
02:47 8/12/1944 L3684-B test There's A Fellow Waiting In Poughkeepsie (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
01:01 8/12/1944 L3685-fluff Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
00:53 29/5/1947 W73927-? The Freedom Train (Irving Berlin)
02:11 17/12/1947 L4676-? Parody A Hundred And Sixty Acres (David Kapp)
02:36 14/4/1949 L4974-A Wedding Day (Clancy Hayes, Carl Kalish)
03:21 10/5/1949 L5004-A The Twelve Days Of Christmas (Anon)
03:00 10/5/1949 L5005-A Here Comes Santa Claus (Gene Autry, Oakley Haldeman)
02:45 25/11/1949 L5215-A Quicksilver (Eddie Pola, George Wyle, Irving Taylor)
03:16 25/11/1949 L5216-A Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? (Scott Wiseman)
03:19 15/2/1950 L5390-A Lock, Stock, And Barrel (Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster)
03:15 15/2/1950 L5391-A Ask Me No Questions (David Saxon, Robert Wells)
02:48 24/3/1950 L5451-A Life Is So Peculiar (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:01 24/3/1950 L5452-A High On The List (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
03:13 7/9/1950 L5829-A Poppa Santa Claus (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
02:52 7/9/1950 L5830-A Mele Kalikimaka (R Alex Anderson)
03:15 1/2/1951 L6030-A Black Ball Ferry Line (Dixie Thompson, John Rarig)
03:14 1/2/1951 L6031-A The Yodelling Ghost (John Jerome)
03:00 8/2/1951 L6044-A Forsaking All Others (Watt Watkins, Roma Watkins)
03:11 8/2/1951 L6045-A Sparrow In The Treetop (Bob Merrill)
02:54 21/2/1952 L6658-A I'll Si-Si Ya In Bahia (Harry Warren, Leo Robin)
02:48 21/2/1952 L6659-A The Live Oak Tree (Harry Warren, Leo Robin)
03:18 5/9/1952 L6870-A South Rampart Street Parade (Bob Haggart, Ray Bauduc, Steve Allen)
03:01 5/9/1952 L6871-A Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Andrews Sisters (vgr), Matty Matlock and his Orchestra, Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING SINGS WHILST BREGMAN SWINGS (''Gold plated Ultradisc II'')
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: MOBILE FIDELITY (UK)     Cat. Num.: UDCD 670     Rel. Year: 1996
03:36 12/6/1956 BR20166-5 Mountain Greenery (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:49 11/6/1956 BR20158-1 'Deed I Do (Walter Hirsch, Fred Rose)
03:54 11/6/1956 BR20159-3 The Song Is You (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
02:59 12/6/1956 BR20162-4 Heat Wave (Irving Berlin)
04:00 12/6/1956 BR20164-5 Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin)
02:28 12/6/1956 BR20165-2 Have You Met Miss Jones? (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:21 11/6/1956 BR20155-11 The Blue Room (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:39 12/6/1956 BR20161-3 They All Laughed (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
03:13 11/6/1956 BR20157-4 I've Got Five Dollars (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
02:55 12/6/1956 BR20163-3 September In The Rain (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
02:34 11/6/1956 BR20160-4 Nice Work If You Can Get It (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
02:34 11/6/1956 BR20156-8 Jeepers, Creepers (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)

Bing Crosby (voc), Buddy Bregman and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - V DISC Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: COLLECTORS' CHOICE (US)     Cat. Num.: 6 17742 66512 3     Rel. Year: 1997     Volumes: 4
      18/6/1944 VP786-D4TC-238 Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
03:11 16/9/1932 SF11-A Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      14/3/1946 JDB80-D6TC-5215 Shoo-Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy
      21/12/1944 VP1221-D5TC-170 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xavier Gruber)
      4/4/1946 JDB-119-D6TC-5298 Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas, Ray Freedman)
      11/1/1945 VP1130-D5TC-64 Down The Old Ox Road (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      18/1/1945 KMH 355 Soon (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      28/12/1944 VP1112-XP-34102 Let's Take The Long Way Home (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      28/12/1944 VP1112-XP-34102 Strange Music (Edvard Grieg, George Forrest, Robert Wright)
      29/6/1944 VP857-D4TC-288 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      26/4/1945 VP1333-D5TC-296 That Sly Old Gentleman From Featherbed Lane (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      25/12/1946 JB337-D6TC-6657 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Torme, Robert Wells)
      28/2/1946 JDB-164-D6TC-5998 There's A Small Hotel (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      7/2/1946 JDB-51-XP-35870 These Foolish Things (Holt Marvel (Eric Maschwitz), Jack Strachey, Harry Link)
      8/3/1945 VP1306-D5TC-270 My Heart And I (Leo Robin, Frederick Hollander)
      22/3/1945 VP1306-D5TC-270 Too Romantic (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      15/3/1945 VP1306-D5TC-270 All You Want To Do Is Dance (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      22/6/1944 VP857-D4TC-288 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
      14/12/1944 VP1253-D5TC-206 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      30/11/1944 VP1051-D4TC-537 With Every Breath I Take (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      30/11/1944 VP1051-D4TC-537 Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)
      30/11/1944 VP1051-D4TC-537 June In January (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      3/11/1948 J666-1096 You Call Everbody Darling

Bing Crosby (voc), The Charioteers (vgr, vbk), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires, The Music Maids (vgr), Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Anson Weeks and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (vbk, chr), Chorus (vbk), Eddy Duchin, Skitch Henderson (pno), Perry Botkin, Eddie Lang (gtr), Ken Carpenter, Bob Hope (Int)

NOTES:
Subtitled - A Musical Contribution By America's Best For Our Armed Forces Overseas.

Although purporting to to be a selection of Bing's V-Discs, many of the tracks on these four CDs were drawn from wrong sources, using the same titles but studio or radio versions.
On the current record the incorrect version is used for 'Please' and 'Soon'


Title: BING CROSBY - V DISC Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: COLLECTORS' CHOICE (US)     Cat. Num.: 6 17742 66512 3     Rel. Year: 1997     Volumes: 4
      15/1/1947 JB345-D7TC-7128 The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      21/3/1946 JDB90-B-45463 One More Dream (Medoff, Kaye)
      23/11/1944 VP1052-D4TC-538 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      23/11/1944 VP1052-D4TC-538 The Last Rose Of Summer (G)
      23/11/1944 VP1053-D4TC-539 She's From Missouri
      23/11/1944 VP1053-D4TC-539 Swing Low Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hann Shepherd)
      18/6/1944 VP773-D4TC-231 Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
      22/11/1943 VP1402-D5TC-518 One Alone (Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Hammerstein II)
      22/11/1943 VP1402-D5TC-518 Poinciana (Song Of The Tree) (Paul Simon, Buddy Bernier)
      16/3/1947 JB447-D7TC-7494 parody with Fluff Always (Irving Berlin)
      1941 VP1551-XP-35172 The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
      1941 VP1551-XP-35172 Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      26/4/1945 FVP1333-D5TC-296 A Friend Of Yours (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      25/12/1946 JB336-D6TC-6656 Adeste Fidelis (Canon Fred Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      18/5/1944 VP680-D4TC-184 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      14/3/1946 JDB80-D6TC-5215 Dear Old Donegal (Wood, Sammy Gallop)
      15/4/1943 VP488-D4TC-53 By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (Gus Edwards, Edward Madden)
      28/12/1944 JDB235-D6TC-6009 I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
      28/12/1944 JDB235-D6TC-6009 I Can't Escape From You (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      28/12/1944 JDB186-D6TC-6030 Empty Saddles (J Keir Brennan, Billy Hill)
      28/12/1944 JDB186-D6TC-6030 Mr Paganini
      1/4/1943 VP488-D4TC-53 Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup (Anna Sosenko, Gus Kahn)
      8/3/1945 JDB-51-XP-35870 Dear Old Girl (Richard Henry Buck, Theodore F Morse)

Bing Crosby (voc, ing), Dennis Day, Andy Devine, Trudy Erwin, Dick Haymes, Al Jolson, Mary Martin, Rise Stevens, Jack Teagarden (voc), The Charioteers, Choir (vgr, vbk), Ken Lane Singers (vgr), Bob Burns (ing), Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Phil Harris And His Orchestra, Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Chorus (vbk), Skitch Henderson, James Sherman (pno), Ken Carpenter (Int)

NOTES:
Subtitled - A Musical Contribution By America's Best For Our Armed Forces Overseas.


Title: BING CROSBY - V DISC Disc 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: COLLECTORS' CHOICE (US)     Cat. Num.: 6 17742 66512 3     Rel. Year: 1997     Volumes: 4
      18/1/1945 VP1201-D5TC-144 Down By The River (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      18/1/1945 VP1201-D5TC-144 It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      possibly 1945 VP1236-D5TC189 Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
      possibly 1945 VP1236-D5TC189 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, Chuck Meyer)
      29/6/1944 VP856-D4TC-287 Going My Way (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      30/11/1944 VP1049-D4TC-535 I Promise You (Arlen/Mercer) (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      7/12/1944 VP1253-D5TC-206 I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble Gannon, Walter Kent)
      possibly 1945 VP1235-D5TC188 In The Good Old Summertime (George Evans, Ren Shields)
      14/2/1946 JDB-76-D6TC-5170 In The Land Of Beginning Again (Grant Clarke, George W Meyer)
      18/5/1944 VP680-D4TC-184 It Could Happen To You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      25/12/1946 JB337-D6TC-6657 Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
      14/2/1946 JDB-76-D6TC-5170 Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
      16/11/1944 VP1035-D4TC-519 One, Two, Button Your Shoe (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      16/11/1944 VP1035-D4TC-519 So Do I (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      16/11/1944 VP1036-D4TC-520 Skeleton In The Closet (Arthur Johnston, Johnny Burke)
      16/11/1944 VP1677-D5TC-1505 Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      17/5/1945 JDB-201-D6TC-6045 Tangerine (Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger)
      17/5/1945 JDB-201-D6TC-6045 Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry
      17/5/1945 JDB-201-D6TC-6045 I Remember You (Victor Schertzinger, Chuck Meyer)

Eugenie Baird (voc), Bing Crosby (voc, Int), The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (vbk, chr), Skitch Henderson, James Sherman (pno), Organ (org), Ken Carpenter (Int)

NOTES:
Subtitled - A Musical Contribution By America's Best For Our Armed Forces Overseas.


Title: BING CROSBY - V DISC Disc 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: COLLECTORS' CHOICE (US)     Cat. Num.: 6 17742 66512 3     Rel. Year: 1997     Volumes: 4
      7/12/1944 VP1070-D4TC-552 Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      7/12/1944 VP1070-D4TC-552 In A Little Hula Heaven (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      7/12/1944 VP1070-D4TC-552 Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
      22/10/1942 KMH 266 A Cranky Old Yank In A Clanky Old Tank
      14/6/1941 VP-964-XP-33785 Clementine (Percy Montrose, James Campbell)
03:13 19/11/1946 L4329-A Country Style (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 I'll Get By (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert)
02:34 24/7/1946 L4248-A I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now (Irving Berlin)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
03:07 3/7/1940 DLA2033-A Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      2/9/1943 KMH 303 Ridin' Herd On A Cloud
      5/8/1943 KMH 299 What Do You Do In The Infantry?
      31/3/1947 J452-D7TC-7495 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      31/3/1947 J452-D7TC-7495 Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
02:33 8/7/1941 DLA2515-A You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      30/6/1944 VP-964-XP-33785 There'll Be a Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin (Joe Bushkin, Johnny De Vries)

Bing Crosby, Al Jolson (voc, Int), The Andrews Sisters, The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), The Music Maids (vgr, vbk), The Calico Kids (ing), Victor Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (vbk)

NOTES:
Subtitled - A Musical Contribution By America's Best For Our Armed Forces Overseas.

Although purporting to to be a selection of Bing's V-Discs, many of the tracks on these four CDs were drawn from the wrong sources, using the same titles but studio or radio versions.
On the present record the incorrect versions were used for
'A Cranky Old Yank In A Clanky Old Tank' instead 'A Yank In A Tank',
' Country Style', 'I'll Get By, 'I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now', 'Moonlight Bay' , 'Only Forever', 'Ridin' Herd On A Cloud, 'What Do You Do In The Infantry?', and 'You Are My Sunshine'


Title: BING CROSBY - 50th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: 7243 8 5734722     Rel. Year: 1997
      24/6/1976 Orch opening Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      24/6/1976 The Pleasure Of Your Company (Andre G Previn, Johnny Mercer)
      24/6/1976 Mary Lou (Waggner, Abe Lyman, Rainey Robinson)
      24/6/1976 Where The Morning Glories Grow (Richard Egan, Gus Kahn, Richard A Whiting)
      24/6/1976 At My Time Of Life (Hal Shaper, Cyril Ornadel)
      24/6/1976 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      24/6/1976 Send In The Clowns (Stephen Sondheim)
      24/6/1976 Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
      24/6/1976 Now You Has Jazz (Cole Porter)
      24/6/1976 I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
      24/6/1976 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      24/6/1976 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
      24/6/1976 True Love (Cole Porter)
      24/6/1976 Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
      24/6/1976 Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      24/6/1976 Blue Hawaii (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      24/6/1976 Sweet Leilani (Harry Owens)
      24/6/1976 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (James Royce Shannon)
      24/6/1976 Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      24/6/1976 Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      24/6/1976 By Myself (Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz)
      24/6/1976 Tenderly (Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence)
      24/6/1976 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (Paul Simon)
      24/6/1976 The Man That Got Away (Harold Arlen, Ira Gershwin)
      24/6/1976 Hallelujah (Clifford Grey, Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar)
      24/6/1976 Great Day (William Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans)
      24/6/1976 Just One Of Those Things (Cole Porter)
      24/6/1976 Them There Eyes (William G Tracy, Maceo Pinkard, Doris Tauber)
      24/6/1976 Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen)
      24/6/1976 You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      24/6/1976 I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
      24/6/1976 The White Cliffs Of Dover (Burton, Walter Farrar)
      24/6/1976 When The Lights Go On Again (Seiler, B Benjamin, Marcus)
      24/6/1976 Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      24/6/1976 Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      24/6/1976 Baby Face (Benny Davis, Harry Akst)
      24/6/1976 South Of The Border (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      24/6/1976 Galway Bay (Dr. A. Colahan)
      24/6/1976 Dinah (Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
      24/6/1976 San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
      24/6/1976 I Found A Million Dollar Baby In A Five & Ten Cent Store (Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, Harry Warren)
      24/6/1976 San Antonio Rose (also New San Antonio Rose) (Bob Wills)
      24/6/1976 I'm An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)
      24/6/1976 In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis, Joe Young)
      24/6/1976 Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      24/6/1976 Easy To Remember
      24/6/1976 Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
      24/6/1976 It's Been A Long, Long Time (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      24/6/1976 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
      24/6/1976 Ol' Man River (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      24/6/1976 Orch Closing Where The Blue Of The Night Meets the Gold Of the Day (Roy Turk, Fred E Ahlert, Bing Crosby)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Kathryn Crosby, Ted Rogers (voc), Joe Bushkin Quartet (ing), Pete Moore and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE COMPLETE UNITED ARTISTS SESSIONS Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: CD     Label: EMI (UK)     Cat. Num.: 7243 8 5980824     Rel. Year: 1997     Volumes: 3
02:24 20/2/1975 original The Best Things In Life Are Free (B G (Buddy) De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      29/10/1976 We've Only Just Begun (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols)
      24/2/1975 Great Day (William Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans)
      19/10/1976 2 The More I See You (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)
03:29 19/2/1975 Original That's What Life Is All About (Les Reed, Kenneth Barnes, Bing Crosby, Peter Dacre)
03:32 19/2/1975 Original The Good Old Times (Kenneth Barnes, Pete Moore)
      22/2/1975 I Got Rhythm (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      24/2/1975 Cabaret (Fred Ebb, John Kander)
      26/2/1975 Send In The Clowns (Stephen Sondheim)
      17/7/1975 original Change Partners (Irving Berlin)
      19/1/1976 Children (Hal Shaper, Cyril Ornadel)
      29/10/1976 A Little Love And Understanding (Marcel Stellman, Louis Amade, Gilbert Becaud)
03:50 20/2/1975 Original No Time At All (Jerry Herman)
      24/2/1975 Alternate Looking At You (Cole Porter)
      26/2/1975 <