A Bing Crosby Discography
 
Part 5b - LP Issues - Radio shows

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Title: BING CROSBY'S ALL STAR PHILCO SHOW
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: ALL STAR PRODUCTS     Cat. Num.: LP2001
      8/10/1947 Philco 38 The Campaign Song
      22/10/1947 Philco 40 Come To The Mardi Gras (Max Bulhoes, Milton De Oliviera, Jimmy Shirl, Ervin Drake)
      22/10/1947 Philco 40 Sweet Betsy From Pike (John A. Stone)
      29/10/1947 Philco 41 Ain'tcha Ever Coming Back (Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston, Irving Taylor, Van Alexander)
      29/10/1947 Philco 41 The Halloween Song (Harold Arlen, Ralph Blane)
      5/11/1947 Philco 42 I Wish I Didn't Love You So (Frank Loesser)
      5/11/1947 Philco 42 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      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)
      10/12/1947 Philco 47 Civilisation (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) (Bob Hilliard, Carl Sigman)
      2/6/1948 Philco 72 Baby Face (Benny Davis, Harry Akst)
      2/6/1948 Philco 72 Nature Boy (Eden Ahbez)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Who (Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Embraceable You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      8/12/1948 Philco 83 My Melancholy Baby (George A Norton, Ernie Burnett)
      8/12/1948 Philco 83 I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
      8/12/1948 Philco 83 My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
      8/12/1948 Philco 83 My Darling, My Darling (Frank Loesser)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 You Tell Me Your Dream (Charles N. Daniels, Gus Kahn)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 On The Banks Of The Wabash (Paul Dresser)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Morton Downey, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Burl Ives, Al Jolson, Boris Karloff, Victor Moore, Harriet Nelson, Ozzie Nelson (voc), The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, The Skylarks (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY - AT HIS EXTRA SPECIALE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: AVENUE INTERNATIONAL     Cat. Num.: AV INT1018
      19/3/1935 B2093-Woodbury 60 Ole Faithful (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      19/3/1935 B2094-Woodbury 60 Blame It On My Youth (Edward Heyman, Oscar Levant)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 The Japanese Sandman (G) (Richard A Whiting)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 Things Might Have Been So Different (G) (J. Fred Coots, Sam M. Lewis)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 Alexander's Ragtime Band (G) (Irving Berlin)
      19/3/1935 B2095-Woodbury 60 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      19/3/1935 B2096-Woodbury 60 Clouds (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)

Bing Crosby, Marian Mansfield (voc), Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY WITH AL JOLSON
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BLACK LION     Cat. Num.: BLM52023
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 (Running Around In Circles) Getting Nowhere (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 What Am I Gonna Do About You? (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Let Me Sing And I’m Happy (G) (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Who Paid The Rent For Mrs Rip Van Winkle (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (G) (Jean Schwartz, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 You Made Me Love You (Joseph McCarthy, James V Monaco)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Philco Commercial
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson, Saul Chaplin, Ion Ivanovici)
      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! Susanna (Stephen Collins Foster)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Gwine To Heaven (G) (Traditional)
      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 Philco Commercial
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 My Mammy (G) (Walter Donaldson, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, Buddy DeSylva, Bud Green)

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


Title: BING CROSBY AND NAT KING COLE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BONSARD     Cat. Num.: Bonsard 601b
      5/4/1945 KMH 366 A Little On The Lonely Side (James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon, Dick Robertson)
      5/4/1945 KMH 366 After A While (Abner Silver, Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
      5/4/1945 KMH 366 You Belong To My Heart (Solamente Una Vez) (Augustin Lara, Ray Gilbert)
      5/4/1945 KMH 366 You Lucky People, You (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      3/5/1945 KMH 369 snatch Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
      3/5/1945 KMH 369 Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      3/5/1945 KMH 369 May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      3/5/1945 KMH 369 Good Night, Lovely Little Lady (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)

Bing Crosby (voc), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: CROSBYANA Volume 2 - THE FABULOUS RICE TAPES – 1937
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BROADWAY INTERMISSION (US)     Cat. Num.: BR116
      10/6/1937 KMH 70 Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon (Harry Tobias, Percy Weinrich)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 It's The Natural Thing To Do (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Smiles (J Will Callahan, Lee M Roberts)
      14/10/1937 KMH 75 (You Know It All) Smarty (Burton Lane, Ralph Freed)
      14/10/1937 KMH 75 Can I Forget You? (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      14/10/1937 KMH 75 The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine (Harry Carroll, Ballard MacDonald)
      14/10/1937 KMH 75 Where Or When (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      21/10/1937 KMH 76 Have You Got Any Castles, Baby? (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
      21/10/1937 KMH 76 That Old Feeling (Sammy Fain, Nacio Herb Brown)
      21/10/1937 KMH 76 Sweet Little You (Irving Bibo)
      21/10/1937 KMH 76 The Moon Got In My Eyes (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      28/10/1937 KMH 77 Whispers In The Dark (Frederick Hollander, Leo Robin)
      28/10/1937 KMH 77 Josephine (Burke Bivens, Gus Kahn, Wayne King)
      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, Saul 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, Harry Pease, Howard Johnson)
      18/11/1937 KMH 80 There's A Girl In The Heart Of Maryland (Harry Carroll, Ballard MacDonald)

Bing Crosby, William Frawley (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Bob Burns (com)


Title: GREAT SINGERS OF THE 1930s - LIVE BROADCASTS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: FANFARE (US)     Cat. Num.: LP-40-140
      28/5/1934 Woodbury 33 May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      28/5/1934 Woodbury 33 With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      28/5/1934 Woodbury 33 I Knew You When (J. Fred Coots, Herb Magidson)
      28/5/1934 Woodbury 33 Ridin' Around In The Rain (Gene Austin, Carmen Lombardo)
      28/5/1934 Woodbury 33 The House Is Haunted (By The Echo Of Your Last Goodbye) (Basil Adlam, Billy Rose)
      28/5/1934 Woodbury 33 A Thousand Goodnights (Walter Donaldson)
      28/5/1934 Woodbury 33 May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: THE GREATEST RADIO BROADCASTS - BING CROSBY Multi LP set
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: FOX: AMERICAN RETROSPECTIVES     Cat. Num.: MF207/5      Volumes: 5
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 My Heart Goes Crazy (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Hawaiian War Chant (Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wai) (G) (Johnny Noble, Prince Leleiohoku, Ralph Freed)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Fascinatin' Rhythm (G) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Little Surplus Me (G) (Harold J. Rome)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 On The Boardwalk (In Atlantic City) (G) (Mack Gordon, Joseph Myrow)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 The Things We Did Last Summer (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      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)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 I've Got You Under My Skin (G) (Cole Porter)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 Sketch - Wild Turkey Hunt
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
      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 (Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Alvin Kaufman)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Stumbling (G) (Zez Confrey)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Didn’t Old Pharaoh Get Lost (G) (Traditional)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Rumours Are Flying (George David Weiss, Bennie Benjamin)
      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)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 Uncle Remus Said (Eliot Daniel, Hy Heath, Johnny Lange)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 Gotta Get Me Somebody To Love (Allie Wrubel)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 The Very Thought Of You (G) (Ray Noble)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 Sisters (G) (Irving Berlin)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 South America, Take It Away (Harold J. Rome)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 You Don't Have To Know The Language (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 So Would I (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 (Running Around In Circles) Getting Nowhere (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 What Am I Gonna Do About You? (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Let Me Sing And I’m Happy (G) (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Who Paid The Rent For Mrs Rip Van Winkle (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (G) (Jean Schwartz, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 You Made Me Love You (Joseph McCarthy, James V Monaco)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Philco Commercial
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson, Saul Chaplin, Ion Ivanovici)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 I Do, Do, Do Like You (Allie Wrubel)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons (G) (Deek Watson, William Best)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 What Am I Gonna Do About You? (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 Lover (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 Love In Bloom (G) (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 Margie (Benny Davis, Con Conrad, J Russel Robinson)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson, Saul Chaplin, Ion Ivanovici)
      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! Susanna (Stephen Collins Foster)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Gwine To Heaven (G) (Traditional)
      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 My Mammy (G) (Walter Donaldson, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, Buddy DeSylva, Bud Green)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Philco Commercial
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Smile Right Back At The Sun (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 I Want To Thank Your Folks (George David Weiss, Bennie Benjamin)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Ma Pomme (G) (Georges Fronsac, Charles Borel-Clerc, L. Rigot)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 My Love Parade (G) (Victor Schertzinger, Clifford Grey)
      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) (Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Mimi (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 I'll Close My Eyes (Billy Reid, Buddy Kaye)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Philco Commercial
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 My Heart Is A Hobo (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 It Takes A Long, Long Train With A Red Caboose To Carry My Blues Away (Dick Charles, Larry Markes)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Mam'selle (Peter Wendling)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (Jerry Livingston, Al Hoffman, Mack David)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Peg O' My Heart (Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan)
      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 When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Fred Howard, Nat Vincent)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Alla En El Rancho Grande (Silvano Ramos, Bartley Costello, J D Del Morales, Emilio D Uranga)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 You Do (Mack Gordon, Joseph Myrow)
      26/11/1947 Philco 45 The Old Chaperone (Ramez Idriss, George Tibbles)
      26/11/1947 Philco 45 The Man Without A Country (Edward Everett Hale, Jean Holloway, Victor Young)

Maurice Chevalier, Gary Cooper, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Al Jolson, Peggy Lee, Mary Livingstone, Lina Romay, John Charles Thomas (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Charioteers, Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), Les Paul and his Trio (ing), Spike Jones and his City Slickers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Ken Carpenter (ann), Ken Darby Choir (chr), Skitch Henderson (pno), Les Paul (gtr), Jack Benny (vln), Supporting Cast (spk)


Title: BING CROSBY 1931 – HIS VERY FIRST BROADCAST AND Mr SOFT SOAP
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: FROGBIEN     Cat. Num.: FB6309
04:45 2/9/1931 PC68310-1 Radio Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
03:41 2/9/1931 PC68311-1 Radio I'm Thru With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingston, Matty Malneck)
      19/3/1935 B2093-Woodbury 60 Ole Faithful (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      19/3/1935 B2094-Woodbury 60 Blame It On My Youth (Edward Heyman, Oscar Levant)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 The Japanese Sandman (G) (Richard A Whiting)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 Things Might Have Been So Different (G) (J. Fred Coots, Sam M. Lewis)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 Alexander's Ragtime Band (G) (Irving Berlin)
      19/3/1935 B2095-Woodbury 60 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      19/3/1935 B2096-Woodbury 60 Clouds (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)

Bing Crosby, Marian Mansfield (voc), The CBS Studio Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra (orc), Freddie Rich (dir), Eddie Lang (gtr), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY FROM THE FORTIES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: JOYCE     Cat. Num.: JOYCE 6052
      11/3/1943 KMH 286 Anchors Aweigh (Charles A. Zimmerman, Alfred Hart Miles)
      11/3/1943 KMH 286 The Marines' Hymn (Traditional)
      11/3/1943 KMH 286 Hit The Road To Dreamland (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      1/4/1943 KMH 289 You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      1/4/1943 KMH 289 Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup (Anna Sosenko, Gus Kahn)
      15/4/1943 KMH 291 Hip! Hip! Hooray! (Henry Nemo, Milt Ebbins)
      15/4/1943 KMH 291 That Old Black Magic (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      17/6/1943 KMH 292 Sometimes I'm Happy (Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans)
      26/8/1943 KMH 302 People Will Say We're In Love (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      9/12/1943 KMH 312 Wonderful One (Marshall Neilan, Paul Whiteman)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      16/12/1943 KMH 313 I Used To Love You (But It's All Over Now) (Albert von Tilzer, Lew Brown)
      6/1/1944 KMH 316 My Ideal (Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard A Whiting)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 Our Big Love Scene (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)

Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus, The Music Maids and Phil (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), James Sherman (pno)


Title: ONE NIGHT STAND WITH BING CROSBY AT THE MUSIC HALL
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: JOYCE     Cat. Num.: JOYCE 1117
      15/4/1943 KMH 291 Hip! Hip! Hooray! (Henry Nemo, Milt Ebbins)
      24/6/1943 KMH 293 We Mustn't Say Goodbye (James V Monaco, Al Dubin)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, Jimmy 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)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      23/11/1944 KMH 347 Let's Take The Long Way Home (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 Saturday Night (Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week) (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 Magic Is The Moonlight (Maria Grever, Charles Pasquale)
      24/6/1943 KMH 293 We Mustn't Say Goodbye (James V Monaco, Al Dubin)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Marilyn Maxwell (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus, The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids and Phil, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), James Sherman (pno)


Title: SWING WITH BING
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: KOALA     Cat. Num.: AW14129
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 A Rainy Night In Rio (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
      9/4/1947 Philco 26 Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts (Fred Heatherton)
      18/4/1951 Chesterfield 64 Them There Eyes (William G Tracy, Maceo Pinkard, Doris Tauber)
      18/4/1951 Chesterfield 64 Mockin' Bird Hill (Vaughn Horton)
      25/10/1953 GEC 44 Vaya Con Dios (Buddy Pepper, Inez James, Larry Russell, Carl Hoff)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Stranger In Paradise (George Forrest, Robert Wright)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 The Jones Boy (Vic Mizzy, Mann Curtis)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 Changing Partners (Joseph Darion, Larry Coleman)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Singin' In The Rain (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)

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


Title: YOU KEEP COMING BACK LIKE A SONG
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: KOALA     Cat. Num.: KO14207
      6/11/1946 Philco 4 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 A Gal In Calico (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 For You, For Me, Forevermore (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      9/4/1947 Philco 26 Linda (Jack Lawrence)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Something To Remember You By (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      18/4/1951 Chesterfield 64 Any Town Is Paris When You're Young (John Scott Trotter, Tom Adair)
      25/10/1953 GEC 44 Everybody Loves My Baby (Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 That's What A Rainy Day Is For (Vic Mizzy, Mann Curtis)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Answer Me, My Love (Fred Rauch, Carl Sigman, Gerhard Winkler)

Bing Crosby (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter's Dixieland Ensemble (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: SWEETHEARTS OF SONG - LIVE 1940s
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LAMTON     Cat. Num.: LAMTON 250
      28/10/1937 KMH 77 Whispers In The Dark (Frederick Hollander, Leo Robin)
      2/12/1937 KMH 82 Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      10/3/1938 KMH 96 Down Where The Trade Winds Blow (Harry Owens)
      5/5/1938 KMH 104 One Song (Frank Churchill, Larry Morey)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 Lovelight In The Starlight (Arthur Freed, Frederick Hollander)
      30/3/1939 KMH 139 You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven (Gene Autry)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
      19/8/1943 KMH 301 Nevada (Mort Greene, Walter Donaldson)
      13/1/1944 KMH 317 Candlelight And Wine (Jimmy McHugh, Harold Adamson)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
      26/12/1951 Chesterfield 87 Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour (voc), The Music Maids, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY’S REDHEADS - LUCILLE BALL AND SPIKE JONES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LEE BEE DISCS     Cat. Num.: SPECS SJ101
      1/4/1943 KMH 289 You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      1/4/1943 KMH 289 Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup (Anna Sosenko, Gus Kahn)
      1/4/1943 KMH 289 With A Song In My Heart (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      1/4/1943 KMH 289 Wade In The Water (G) (Traditional)
      1/4/1943 KMH 289 That Old Black Magic (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't Ma Baby? (Louis Jordan, Billy Austin)
      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) (Isham Jones, Gus Kahn)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 Jeepers Creepers (G) (Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer)
      30/11/1944 KMH 348 The Glow-Worm (G) (Paul Lincke, Lilla Cayley Robinson, Johnny Mercer)
      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, Trudy Erwin (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids and Phil (vgr), Spike Jones and his City Slickers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr)


Title: BING CROSBY - SLIGHTLY LATIN
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1005
02:43 12/5/1947 W73911-A I Do, Do, Do Like You (Allie Wrubel)
02:54 5/2/1951 L6042-A Maria Bonita (Augustin Lara, Bobby Worth)
03:11 12/5/1947 W73913-A The Old Chaperone (Ramez Idriss, George Tibbles)
02:46 5/2/1951 L6040-A Copacabana (Al Stillman, Joao De Barro, Alberto Ribeiro, Carlos Braga)
02:52 11/12/1947 L4644-A Laroo, Laroo, Lilli Bolero (Sidney Lippman, Sylvia Dee, Elizabeth Moore)
      25/7/1940 KMH 194 Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga (James V Monaco, Charles Newman)
02:54 10/6/1942 L3029-A Conchita, Marquita, Lolita, Pepita, Rosita, Juanita Lopez (Jule Styne, Herb Magidson)
      22/10/1947 Philco 40 Come To The Mardi Gras (Max Bulhoes, Milton De Oliviera, Jimmy Shirl, Ervin Drake)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 The Wedding Samba (Abraham Ellstein, Joseph Liebowitz, Allan Small)
      6/4/1944 KMH 327 It's Love, Love, Love (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney, Mack David)
      22/1/1947 Philco 15 La Borrachita (I Fernandez Esperon, Al Stewart)
      14/3/1954 GEC 64 Somebody Bad Stole De Wedding Bell (Bob Hilliard, David Mann)
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 Baby, You Can Count On Me (Redd Stewart, Vernon Duke)
      30/10/1946 Philco 3 South America, Take It Away (Harold J. Rome)
      15/11/1953 GEC 47 Pa-Paya Mama (Larry Coleman, Norman Gimbel, George Sandler)

Bing Crosby, Lina Romay (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Bando Da Lua, The Music Maids and Men, The Music Maids, The Rhythmaires, The Skylarks (vgr), Vic Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Ken Darby Choir (chr)


Title: MUSIC HALL
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1011
      19/3/1936 KMH 16 Everything's In Rhythm With My Heart (Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman)
      28/5/1936 KMH 26 You (Gee! But You're Wonderful) (Walter Donaldson, Harold Adamson)
      13/2/1936 KMH 11 If I Should Lose You (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      12/3/1936 KMH 15 But Where Are You? (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      20/2/1936 KMH 12 I'm Building Up To An Awful Letdown (Johnny Mercer, Fred Astaire)
      4/6/1936 KMH 27 All My Life (Sam H. Stept, Sidney D Mitchell)
      26/3/1936 KMH 17 Say The Word And It's Yours (Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman)
      30/7/1936 KMH 32 Long Ago And Far Away (Rainger/Robin) (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      6/2/1936 KMH 10 Moon Over Miami (Edgar Leslie, Joe Burke)
      21/5/1936 KMH 25 Moonrise On The Lowlands (Al J. Neiburg, Jerry Livingston)
      16/4/1936 KMH 20 Desire (Frederick Hollander, Leo Robin)
      23/1/1936 KMH 8 Roll Along Prairie Moon (Ted Fio Rito, Albert von Tilzer, Harry MacPherson)
      9/4/1936 KMH 19 Lost (Phil Ohman, Johnny Mercer, Macy Teetor)
      27/2/1936 KMH 13 West Wind (Milton Ager, Charles Newman, Murray Mencher)
      30/7/1936 KMH 32 Take My Heart (Joe Young, Fred E. Ahlert)
      16/1/1936 KMH 7 One Night In Monte Carlo (Al Lewis, Al Sherman, Abner Silver)

Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: TEA FOR TWO - BING AND CONNEE FAMOUS DUETS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1010
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)
02:32 13/12/1940 DLA2271-A Tea For Two (Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans)
      20/3/1941 KMH 214 You Ain't Kiddin' (Bix Stanley, Alex Nagorka, William "Billy" O'Brien)
      12/6/1941 KMH 225 Everything Happens To Me (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 Manhattan (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      13/3/1941 KMH 213 Number Ten Lullaby Lane (Bob Warren, Bob Carlton)
03:07 13/12/1940 DLA2272-A Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
02:37 25/9/1937 DLA972-A Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?) (Johnny Mercer, Bernie Hanighen)
02:57 25/9/1937 DLA971-A Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
03:01 15/12/1939 DLA1910-A Between 18th And 19th On Chestnut Street (Will Osborne, Dick Rogers)
03:06 26/1/1938 DLA1152-A Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
      27/11/1952 GEC 8 That's A-Plenty (Lew Pollack, Ray Gilbert)
      5/6/1941 KMH 224 Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)

Connie Boswell, Eddie Cantor, Bing Crosby (voc), Joe Rushton (Bax), John Scott Trotter's Dixieland Ensemble (ing), Bob Crosby and his Bobcats, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Ted Vesley (tb), Matty Matlock (cl), Buddy Cole (pno), Perry Botkin (gtr), Nick Fatool (dms)


Title: THROUGH THE YEARS volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1004
01:25 1/1/1939 B-7320 reh Sing A Song Of Sunbeams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
01:33 24/3/1936 DLA311-parody uniss Corrine Corrina (Mitchell Parish, J Mayo Williams)
      26/5/1938 KMH 107 Hail KMH (Carroll Carroll, John Scott Trotter)
01:08 1/5/1946 Film S/T (Not used) Get Yourself A Phonograph (Joseph J Lilley, Johnny Burke)
01:03 14/6/1941 B8172-Rehearsal The Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi (Byron D Stokes, F Dudleigh Vernor)
      17/11/1948 Bing's Private Collection Many Happy Returns K.E.L.K.
      1/1/1940 Film S/T The Little White Pill On The Little Green Hill (James V Monaco, Johnny Burke)
01:21 28/12/1947 parody You're The Gem State Wonder, Idaho (The Idaho Fight Song) (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane, Bing Crosby)
      16/8/1940 CBS Radio Where The Turf Meets The Surf (Johnny Burke, Bing Crosby, James V Monaco)
      1/1/1950 Fiilm S/T Early American (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
03:10 9/8/1945 L3910-A Save Your Sorrow (For Tomorrow) (Al Sherman, Buddy DeSylva)
03:13 18/11/1947 L4567-A Ain't Doin' Bad Doin' Nothin' (Joe Venuti, Lee Jarvis)
02:33 3/12/1947 L4607-A Pretty Baby (Tony Jackson, Gus Kahn, Egbert van Alstyne)
03:04 18/11/1947 L4568-A Ida, I Do (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
02:56 12/6/1947 L4449-A rej You Took Advantage Of Me (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:00 17/3/1947 L4373-A I Still Suits Me (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
02:51 24/1/1942 DLA2841-B test Mandy Is Two (Fulton McGrath, Johnny Mercer)

Johnny Burke, Ken Carpenter, Lillian Cornell, Bing Crosby, Mary Martin, Pat O'Brien, Victor Schertzinger, John Scott Trotter, Lee Wiley (voc), Chorus, Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires (vgr), Eddie Heywood and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Joe Venuti and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), John Scott Trotter, John Scott Trotter (pno), Perry Botkin (gtr)


Title: THROUGH THE YEARS Volume 5
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1012
      18/6/1936 KMH 28 We'll Rest At The End Of The Trail (Fred Rose, Curt Poulton)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - 20 GOLDEN GREATS Volume 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: NOSTALGIA     Cat. Num.: LPF22014
      3/3/1938 KMH 95 The Gypsy In My Soul (Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland)
      3/3/1938 KMH 95 Till We Meet Again (Richard A Whiting, Raymond B. Egan)
      3/3/1938 KMH 95 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      19/5/1938 KMH 106 You Couldn't Be Cuter (Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern)
      19/5/1938 KMH 106 At A Perfume Counter (Joe Burke, Edgar Leslie)
      19/5/1938 KMH 106 I've Been Floating Down The Old Green River (Bert Kalmar, Joe Cooper)
      19/5/1938 KMH 106 Lovelight In The Starlight (Arthur Freed, Frederick Hollander)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 Manhattan (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 You Walk By (Ben Raleigh, Bernie Wayne)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 The Moon Won't Talk (Chas. Hathaway, Helen Bliss)
      15/4/1943 KMH 291 Hip! Hip! Hooray! (Henry Nemo, Milt Ebbins)
      24/6/1943 KMH 293 We Mustn't Say Goodbye (James V Monaco, Al Dubin)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Take It Easy (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      23/11/1944 KMH 347 Let's Take The Long Way Home (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 Magic Is The Moonlight (Maria Grever, Charles Pasquale)
      29/10/1947 Philco 41 Feudin', Fightin' And Fussin' (Burton Lane, Al Dubin)
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 How Soon? (Will I Be Seeing You) (Carroll Lucas, Jack Owens)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 Loch Lomond (Traditional)

Connie Boswell, Bing Crosby, Marilyn Maxwell (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids and Phil, The Music Maids, The Rhythmaires, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), James Sherman (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - 20 GOLDEN GREATS Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: NOSTALGIA     Cat. Num.: LPF22015
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 The Girl In The Bonnet Of Blue (Ross Parker)
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam' (Irving Berlin)
      20/4/1939 KMH 142 (In A Bungalow) Where The Red, Red, Roses Grow (Jean Schwartz, William Jerome)
      17/11/1938 KMH 120 The Lady On The Two Cent Stamp (Harry Warren, Al Dubin, Johnny Mercer)
      17/11/1938 KMH 120 I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls (Michael William Balfe, Alfred Bunn)
      12/10/1949 Chesterfield 4 A Cockeyed Optimist (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      26/10/1949 Chesterfield 6 (Where Are You?) Now That I Need You (Frank Loesser)
      26/10/1949 Chesterfield 6 Maybe It's Because (Johnnie Scott, Harry Ruby)
      23/11/1949 Chesterfield 10 Everything I Have Is Yours (Harold Adamson, Burton Lane)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 A Thousand Violins (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      31/1/1951 Chesterfield 53 Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (Arthur Swanstone, Charles McCarron, Carey Morgan)
      26/12/1951 Chesterfield 87 Down Yonder (Lewis Muir, L Wolfe Gilbert)
      5/3/1952 Chesterfield 97 Come What May (Allen Schiller, Al Sanchez)
      12/3/1952 Chesterfield 98 Please, Mister Sun (Sid Frank, Ray Getzov)
      16/4/1952 Chesterfield 103 Blacksmith Blues (Jack Holmes)
      23/4/1952 Chesterfield 104 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Bob Merrill)
      9/10/1952 GEC 1 Feet Up! (Pat Him On The Po-Po) (Bob Merrill)
      20/11/1952 GEC 7 The Glow-Worm (Paul Lincke, Johnny Mercer, Lilla Cayley Robinson)

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


Title: PERSONALITIES ON PARADE Vol 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: PERSONALITIES ON PARADE     Cat. Num.: PP-2
      9/11/1931 Cremo 7 Now That You're Gone (Gus Kahn, Ted Fio Rito)
      9/11/1931 Cremo 7 This Is The Missus (Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      9/11/1931 Cremo 7 Hiding In The Shadows Of The Moon (G) (Helmy Kresa, Max Rich, Jack Scholl)
      9/11/1931 Cremo 7 Goodnight Sweetheart (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Ray Noble)

Bing Crosby (voc), Carl Fenton Orchestra (orc)


Title: PERSONALITIES ON PARADE Vol 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: PERSONALITIES ON PARADE     Cat. Num.: PP-3
      12/3/1934 Woodbury 22 Nagasaki (Harry Warren, Mort Dixon)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Mills Brothers (vgr), Carol Lofner's Beverly Wilshire Orchestra (orc)


Title: PERSONALITIES ON PARADE Vol 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: PERSONALITIES ON PARADE     Cat. Num.: PP-4
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Guilty (Harry Akst, Richard A Whiting, Gus Kahn)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Kissable Baby (Dave Dreyer, Carmen Lombardo, Lu C. Bender)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 I Cried For You (Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim, Abe Lyman)

Bing Crosby (voc), Carl Fenton Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE RADIO YEARS Volume 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: PRECISION RECORDS & TAPES     Cat. Num.: NCP704
      14/1/1948 Philco 52 It Might As Well Be Spring (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, George W. Meyer)
      27/11/1952 GEC 8 That's A-Plenty (Lew Pollack, Ray Gilbert)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Henry Tilsley, Tolchard Evans, Robert Hargreaves, Stanley J. Damerell)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 (Where Is Your Heart?) The Song From Moulin Rouge (Georges Auric, William Engvick)
      25/10/1953 GEC 44 Everybody Loves My Baby (Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Stranger In Paradise (George Forrest, Robert Wright)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 Changing Partners (Joseph Darion, Larry Coleman)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Singin' In The Rain (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Answer Me, My Love (Fred Rauch, Carl Sigman, Gerhard Winkler)
      14/3/1954 GEC 64 Young At Heart (Johnny Richards, Carolyn Leigh)

Connie Boswell, George Burns, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland (voc), Joe Rushton (Bax), 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 Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: PRECISION RECORDS & TAPES     Cat. Num.: NCP707
      6/11/1946 Philco 4 It's Only A Paper Moon (Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg, Billy Rose)
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 The Old Lamp-Lighter (Nat Simon, Charles Tobias)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 It's A Good Day (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      1/12/1948 Philco 82 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      30/3/1949 Philco 99 Clancy Lowered The Boom (Hy Heath, Johnny Lange)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 You Belong To Me (Redd Stewart, Frank "Pee Wee" King, Chilton Price)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 Wish You Were Here (Harold J. Rome)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 P.S. I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      25/10/1953 GEC 44 Vaya Con Dios (Buddy Pepper, Inez James, Larry Russell, Carl Hoff)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 The Jones Boy (Vic Mizzy, Mann Curtis)

Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, Peggy Lee (voc), The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - THE RADIO YEARS Volume 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: PRECISION RECORDS & TAPES     Cat. Num.: NCP710
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 I Got The Sun In The Morning (Irving Berlin)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 If This Isn't Love (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Burton Lane)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) (Haven Gillespie, Beasley Smith)
      27/6/1951 Chesterfield 74 On Top Of Old Smokey (Traditional)
      11/12/1952 GEC 10 Takes Two To Tango (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (Slim Willet)
      4/6/1953 GEC 35 Valencia (Lucien Boyer, Jose Padilla, Clifford Grey, Jacques Charles)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Great Day (Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans, Billy Rose)

Maurice Chevalier, Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Burl Ives (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: RADIO MEMORIES OF BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: RADIO MEMORIES     Cat. Num.: TRM20029
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 My Little Buckaroo (Jack Scholl, M K Jerome)
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      13/1/1938 KMH 88 The Birth Of The Blues (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      13/1/1938 KMH 88 This Is My Night To Dream (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 The Dipsy Doodle (Larry Clinton)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 The Gypsy In My Soul (Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 My Heart Stood Still (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      24/2/1938 KMH 94 Side By Side (Harry M. Woods)
      17/3/1938 KMH 97 Whistle While You Work (Larry Morey, Frank Churchill)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Ti-Pi-Ti-Pi-Tin (Raymond Leveen, Maria Graver)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Home Town (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      2/6/1938 KMH 108 Cuddle Up A Little Closer (Otto Harbach, Karl Hoschna)
      2/6/1938 KMH 108 Little Lady Make-Believe (Charles Tobias, Nat Simon)

Constance Bennett, Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING AND TRUDY - ON THE AIR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 23
      4/2/1943 KMH 281 Constantly (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      18/2/1943 KMH 283 Hit The Road To Dreamland (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      4/3/1943 KMH 285 My Heart Stood Still (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      1/7/1943 KMH 294 You Took Advantage Of Me (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      29/7/1943 KMH 298 People Will Say We're In Love (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      5/8/1943 KMH 299 The Right Kind Of Love (Mabel Wayne, Kermit Goell)
      7/10/1943 KMH 308 One Alone (Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Hammerstein II)
      2/12/1943 KMH 311 My Ideal (Leo Robin, Newell Chase, Richard A Whiting)
      30/12/1943 KMH 315 The Way You Look Tonight (Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields)
      11/7/1943 CP 75 Wait For Me, Mary (Charles Tobias, Nat Simon, Harry Tobias)

Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin (voc), The AFRS Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - HAPPY HOLIDAY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 06
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick 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) (Marjorie Goetschius, Edna Osser)
      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) (Mercer Ellington, Luther Henderson)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 What A Diff'rence A Day Made (Maria Grever, Stanley Adams)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Beautiful Saviour (G) (Traditional)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 God Is Ever Beside Me (G) (Peter DeRose, Florence Tarr)
      21/12/1944 KMH 351 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber)
      30/12/1943 KMH 315 Happy Holiday (Irving Berlin)
      1/1/1942 KMH 241 Let's Start The New Year Right (Irving Berlin)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Traditional)
      14/2/1946 KMH 374 Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
      7/12/1944 KMH 349 I'll Be Home For Christmas (Buck Ram, James Kimble "Kim" Gannon, Walter Kent)
      24/12/1944 Philco Hall Of Fame Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      24/12/1944 Philco Hall Of Fame White Christmas (Irving Berlin)

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


Title: BING CROSBY - KRAFT MUSIC HALL 29th January 1942
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 11
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 The US Field Artillery March (The Caissons Go Rolling Along) (Edmund L. Gruber)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 Chattanooga Choo-Choo (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 snatch only Got A Date With An Angel (Jack Waller, Joe Tunbridge)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 You Made Me Love You (G) (James V Monaco, Joseph McCarthy)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander, June Hershey)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 The Blue Danube (G) (Johann Strauss II)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 Blues In The Night (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 Rose O'Day (Al Lewis, Charles Tobias)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 Gypsy Airs (Zigeunerweisen) (G) (Pablo de Sarasate)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 The Pledge To The Flag (G)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
      29/1/1942 KMH 245 Who Calls? (Dedette Lee Hill, Johnny Marks)

Bing Crosby, Mary Martin (voc), Chorus, The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Victor Borge (pno), Igor Gorin (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY - KRAFT MUSIC HALL- April 16, 1942
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 04
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 K-K-K-Katy (Geoffrey O'Hara)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry (G) (Victor Schertzinger, Johnny Mercer)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Miss You (Harry Tobias, Charles Tobias, Henry H Tobias)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 He Comes From Timbukthree (Paul Rubens)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Make Believe (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time (Albert von Tilzer, Neville Fleeson)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Little Bo-Peep Has Lost Her Jeep (G) (Frank De Vol, Jerry Browne)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Pass The Biscuits, Mirandy (G) (Del Porter, Carl Hoefle)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Mary (Robinson, De Vol) (Frank De Vol, Eddie Robinson)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 The Way You Look Tonight (G) (Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Song Of The Islands (Charles E King)

Bing Crosby, Mary Martin (voc), The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids (vgr), Spike Jones and his City Slickers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - ON THE AIR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 01
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Guilty (Harry Akst, Richard A Whiting, Gus Kahn)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Kissable Baby (Dave Dreyer, Carmen Lombardo, Lu C. Bender)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 I Cried For You (Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim, Abe Lyman)
      5/12/1931 Cremo 30 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Heebie Jeebies (G) (Boyd Atkins)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I'm Hummin', I'm Whistlin', I'm Singin' (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Try To See It My Way (G) (Allie Wrubel, Mort Dixon)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I Only Have Eyes For You (G) (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Dames (G) (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (Sam M. Lewis, Ralph Erwin, Joe Young)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 The Girl Friend (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Just A Wearyin' For You (Frank Stanton, Carrie Jacobs Bond)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Why Don't You Practice What You Preach? (G) (Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Smiles (J Will Callahan, Lee M Roberts)
      24/3/1938 KMH 98 I Simply Adore You (Paul Mann, Ned Wever)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Boswell Sisters (vgr), Carl Fenton Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING IN THE HALL The complete Kraft Music Hall 29 May 1941
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 17
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Can'tcha Tell? (Roc Hillman, Marie Walley)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 The Kerry Dance (G) (James Lyman Molloy)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 parody You're A Double Lovely (Roc Hillman, Bob Crosby)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 It Was Wonderful Then (Berkeley Graham, Carley Mills)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Stomp Caprice (G) (Billy Strayhorn)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Frankie And Johnny (G) (Traditional, Alex Gottlieb, Fred Karger, Ben Weisman)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 All Through the Night (trad) (Traditional)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 The Hut-Sut Song (Leo V. Killion, Jack Owens, Ted McMichael)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 The Band Played On (Charles B Ward, John F Palmer)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Maria Elena (S. K. "Bob" Russell, Lorenzo Barcelata)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 The Things I Love (G) (Harold Barlow, Lew Harris)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Because Of You (Oscar Hammerstein II, Dudley Wilkinson)

Connie Boswell, Frank McHugh (voc), Bing Crosby (voc, dms), The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Bob Burns (baz), Duke Ellington (pno), James H Clanton (sb)


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES Volume 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 25
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 The Dipsy Doodle (Larry Clinton)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 I See Your Face Before Me (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 The Moon Of Manakoora (Frank Loesser, Alfred Newman)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 Gypsy Love Song (Victor Herbert, Harry Bache Smith)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 The Gypsy In My Soul (Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 My Heart Stood Still (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      24/2/1938 KMH 94 Side By Side (Harry M. Woods)
      24/2/1938 KMH 94 An Old Flame Never Dies (Arthur Schwartz, Al Stillman, Laurence Stallings)
      10/3/1938 KMH 96 Sympathy (Rudolf Friml, Otto Harbach, Gus Kahn)
      10/3/1938 KMH 96 My Heart Is Taking Lessons (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      10/3/1938 KMH 96 Down Where The Trade Winds Blow (Harry Owens)
      17/3/1938 KMH 97 Whistle While You Work (Larry Morey, Frank Churchill)
      17/3/1938 KMH 97 Let's Waltz For Old Times' Sake (Ted Koehler, Sam H. Stept)
      24/3/1938 KMH 98 The Gypsy In My Soul (Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland)
      24/3/1938 KMH 98 I Simply Adore You (Paul Mann, Ned Wever)
      24/3/1938 KMH 98 The Moon Of Manakoora (Frank Loesser, Alfred Newman)
      24/3/1938 KMH 98 I'd Love To Live In Loveland (With A Girl Like You) (W. R. Williams)

Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES Volume 5
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 26
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Ti-Pi-Ti-Pi-Tin (Raymond Leveen, Maria Graver)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone, Jack B Tenney)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Sweet As A Song (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      7/4/1938 KMH 100 My Heart Is Taking Lessons (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      7/4/1938 KMH 100 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      7/4/1938 KMH 100 Don't Be That Way (Mitchell Parish, Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson)
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Home Town (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (Irving Berlin)
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Love Walked In (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      5/5/1938 KMH 104 One Song (Frank Churchill, Larry Morey)
      2/6/1938 KMH 108 Cuddle Up A Little Closer (Otto Harbach, Karl Hoschna)
      2/6/1938 KMH 108 Little Lady Make-Believe (Charles Tobias, Nat Simon)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 You're An Education (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 Hello, Hawaii, How Are You? (Jean Schwartz, Bert Kalmar, Edgar Leslie)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 The Flat Foot Floogie (Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart, Bud Green)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 Lovelight In The Starlight (Arthur Freed, Frederick Hollander)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 Silver On The Sage (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Naturally (Harry Barris, Joseph McCarthy)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Bob Burns (com)


Title: DER BINGLE - Volume 5
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 32
      30/8/1942 CP 30 Clementine (Percy Montrose, James Campbell)
      30/8/1942 CP 31 Stardust (Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael)
      13/10/1942 CP 36 You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      13/2/1943 CP 52 Abraham (Irving Berlin)
      13/2/1943 CP 52 Miss You (Harry Tobias, Charles Tobias, Henry H Tobias)
      1/4/1943 CP 60 Great Day (Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans, Billy Rose)
      19/6/1943 CP 71 It Can't Be Wrong (James Kimble "Kim" Gannon, Max Steiner)
      11/7/1943 CP 75 I Never Mention Your Name (Oh, No!) (Don George, Walter Kent, Mack Davis)
      28/8/1943 CP 81 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      25/9/1943 CP 86 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      6/5/1944 CP 118 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/4/1944 KMH 329 Long Ago (And Far Away) (Gershwin/Kern) (Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern)
      17/6/1944 CP 125 You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)

Bing Crosby (voc), Meredith Willson (MD), The Charioteers, The Music Maids and Phil, The Music Maids (vgr), The AFRS Orchestra, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra, Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: KRAFT MUSIC HALL - APRIL 30 1942 STARRING BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 03
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 Hey! Mabel (Fred Stryker)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 He Comes From Timbukthree (G) (Paul Rubens)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 Friendship (Cole Porter)
      16/4/1942 KMH 254 Mary (Robinson, De Vol) (Frank De Vol, Eddie Robinson)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 The Cuckoo In The Clock (G) (Walter Donaldson, Johnny Mercer)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 Not Mine (Victor Schertzinger, Johnny Mercer)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time (Albert von Tilzer, Neville Fleeson)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 Malaguena (G) (Ernesto Lecuona, Marion Banks)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 Blues In The Night (G) (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 Oh, How I Miss You Tonight (Benny Davis, Joe Burke, Mark Fisher)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 Embraceable You (G) (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      30/4/1942 KMH 256 I Remember You (Victor Schertzinger, Johnny Mercer)

Bing Crosby, Susan Hayward, Mary Martin (voc), The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Larry Adler (har), Victor Borge (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - ON THE AIR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1008
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Guilty (Harry Akst, Richard A Whiting, Gus Kahn)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Kissable Baby (Dave Dreyer, Carmen Lombardo, Lu C. Bender)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 I Cried For You (Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim, Abe Lyman)
      5/12/1931 Cremo 30 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I'm Hummin', I'm Whistlin', I'm Singin' (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Heebie Jeebies (G) (Boyd Atkins)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Try To See It My Way (G) (Allie Wrubel, Mort Dixon)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I Only Have Eyes For You (G) (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Dames (G) (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (Sam M. Lewis, Ralph Erwin, Joe Young)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 The Girl Friend (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Just A Wearyin' For You (Frank Stanton, Carrie Jacobs Bond)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Why Don't You Practice What You Preach? (G) (Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Smiles (J Will Callahan, Lee M Roberts)
      24/3/1938 KMH 98 I Simply Adore You (Paul Mann, Ned Wever)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Boswell Sisters (vgr), Carl Fenton Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY 1945 - COMMAND PERFORMANCE - MUSIC HALL
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TULIP     Cat. Num.: TLP108
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 Sleigh Ride In July (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart (G) (Ted Koehler, M K Jerome)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 My Poor Old Heart (G) (Shawn Camp, Gary Harrison)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 Evelina (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Harold Arlen)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 The Birth Of The Blues (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
      4/1/1945 KMH 353 My Melancholy Baby (George A Norton, Ernie Burnett)
      16/12/1944 CP 154 Rum and Coca Cola (G) (Morey Amsterdam, Jeri Sullavan, Paul Baron)
      16/12/1944 CP 154 And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine (G) (Joe Greene, Stan Kenton, Jack Lawrence)
      16/12/1944 CP 154 More And More (Kern, Harburg) (Jerome Kern, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      16/12/1944 CP 154 Don't Fence Me In (Cole Porter)

Eugenie Baird, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer, Anita O'Day (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), Stan Kenton Orchestra, Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - FAVOURITE MELODIES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: WINDMILL     Cat. Num.: WMD260
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 I Got The Sun In The Morning (Irving Berlin)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Cynthia's In Love (Earl Gish, Billy White, Jack Owens)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Collins Foster)
      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)
      7/3/1951 Chesterfield 58 You're Just In Love (Irving Berlin)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 The Horse Told Me (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)

Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Al Jolson (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 AT THE MUSIC HALL
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: AJAZZ     Cat. Num.: LP 523
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (G) (Jean Schwartz, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Tortured (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Boise, Idaho ("Ed Walsh" (Probably Jimmy Van Heusen & Johhny Burke))
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Parody as "Blue Boy" My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 These Lush Moments (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 (The Toys Gave A Party For) Poppa Santa Claus (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)

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


Title: BING CROSBY'S ALL STAR CHESTERFIELD SHOW
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: ALL STAR PRODUCTS     Cat. Num.: LP2000
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 Baby Face (Benny Davis, Harry Akst)
      29/3/1950 Chesterfield 28 Wilhelmina (Joseph Myrow, Mack Gordon)
      29/3/1950 Chesterfield 28 You're Wonderful (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans, Victor Young)
      29/3/1950 Chesterfield 28 Everybody Loves My Baby (Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams)
      29/3/1950 Chesterfield 28 A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes (Jerry Livingston, Al Hoffman, Mack David)
      26/4/1950 Chesterfield 32 Sunshine Cake (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Stay With The Happy People (Jule Styne, Bob Hilliard)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Dearie (Bob Hilliard, David Mann)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 It Isn't Fair (Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer, Sylvester Sprigato)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Whispering Hope (Alice Hawthorne)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 It Isn't Fair (Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer, Sylvester Sprigato)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Whispering Hope (Alice Hawthorne)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 The Yodel Blues (Johnny Mercer, Robert Emmett Dolan)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 Lament Of Homer Tracy
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 -Broad parody Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter, John Lomax)
02:30 25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
      26/12/1951 Chesterfield 87 Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
      27/2/1952 Chesterfield 96 June Night (Abel Baer, Cliff Friend)
      16/4/1952 Chesterfield 103 Wheel Of Fortune (George David Weiss, Bennie Benjamin)
      16/4/1952 Chesterfield 103 With A Song In My Heart (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      25/6/1952 Chesterfield 113 The Moon Came Up With A Great Idea Last Night (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)

Fred Allen, Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Al Jolson, Dorothy Lamour, Peggy Lee, Beatrice Lillie, Mary Martin, Helen O'Connell (voc), The Bell Sisters, The Rhythmaires (vgr), The Firehouse Five Plus Two, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY GOING HOLLYWOOD (Limited circulation)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: (Blank Label)     Cat. Num.:
      7/8/1932 Film S/T Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      7/8/1932 (1) Film S/T Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      7/8/1932 Film S/T Dinah (Harry Akst, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      7/8/1932 Film S/T Here Lies Love (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      7/8/1932 (2) Film S/T Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      11/5/1933 Film S/T Play Ball (College Humor)
      11/5/1933 PCVE6847? Down The Old Ox Road (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      11/5/1933 PCVE6847? Learn To Croon (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      11/5/1933 PCVE6847? Moonstruck (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      11/5/1933 PCVE6847? I Surrender, Dear (Gordon Clifford, Harry Barris, Bing Crosby)
      11/5/1933 PCVE6847? Just An Echo In The Valley (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry M. Woods)
      11/5/1933 PCVE6847? Just One More Chance (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      11/5/1933 PCVE6847? Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      1/8/1933 PCVE6853? Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      1/8/1933 PCVE6853? The Day You Came Along (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      1/8/1933 Film S/T Boo-boo-boo (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      1/8/1933 Film S/T Buckin' The Wind (Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow)
      1/8/1933 Film S/T Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      1/9/1933 Film S/T Going Hollywood (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      1/9/1933 Film S/T Our Big Love Scene (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      1/9/1933 Film S/T Beautiful Girl (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      1/9/1933 Film S/T After Sundown (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      1/9/1933 Film S/T Temptation (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      1/9/1933 Film S/T We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T It's A Lie (Harry Revel, Mack Gordon)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T A Sailor Can't Be True To Any One Girl (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T I Positively Refuse To Sing (Harry Revel, Mack Gordon)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T She Reminds Me Of You (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T Love Thy Neighbour (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T May I? (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T Once In A Blue Moon (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T Good Night, Lovely Little Lady (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)

Judith Allen, Bing Crosby, Marion Davies, Skeets Gallagher, Jack Oakie (voc), Chorus (vgr, cho), Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra (orc)


Title: MUSIC HALL HIGHLIGHTS 1937-41 starring BING CROSBY (Limited circulation)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: (Blank Label)     Cat. Num.:
      23/11/1939 KMH 160 Just A Dream Of You (F. Henri Klickmann, C.F. McNamara)
      19/5/1938 KMH 106 I've Been Floating Down The Old Green River (Bert Kalmar, Joe Cooper)
      2/6/1938 KMH 108 Cuddle Up A Little Closer (Otto Harbach, Karl Hoschna)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Ti-Pi-Ti-Pi-Tin (Raymond Leveen, Maria Graver)
      14/3/1940 KMH 176 Love Is All (Pinky Tomlin, Harry Tobias)
      17/11/1938 KMH 120 Could Be (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
      1/2/1940 KMH 170 I Thought About You (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Mercer)
      5/5/1938 KMH 104 One Song (Frank Churchill, Larry Morey)
      20/3/1941 KMH 214 You Ain't Kiddin' (Bix Stanley, Alex Nagorka, William "Billy" O'Brien)
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (Irving Berlin)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Says My Heart (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)
      20/6/1940 KMH 190 Virginia Lee (Arthur Lange, Jeff T. Branen)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 Time On My Hands (Vincent Youmans, Harold Adamson, Mack Gordon)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Get Out And Get Under (Grant Clarke, Maurice Abrahams, Edgar Leslie)
      26/5/1938 KMH 107 Two Bouquets (Michael Carr, Jimmy Kennedy)
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Home Town (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (Irving Mills, Duke Ellington, Henry Nemo)
      12/12/1940 KMH 201 I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans, Anne Caldwell)

Connie Boswell, Ken Carpenter, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer, Marie Wilson (voc), The Music Maids, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING ‘N’ AL - THE GOLDEN MEDLEY DUETS
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: BROADCAST TRIBUTES     Cat. Num.: BTRIB0003
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 You Made Me Love You (Joseph McCarthy, James V Monaco)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      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)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      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)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 The Best Things In Life Are Free (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 Baby Face (Benny Davis, Harry Akst)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 When The Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along) (Harry M. Woods)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 I Only Have Eyes For You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, Buddy DeSylva, Bud Green)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (E Ray Goetz, Peter Wendling, Joe Young)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Whispering (John Schonberger, Richard Coburn, Vincent Rose)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Bye, Bye Baby (Jule Styne, Leo Robin)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Avalon (Buddy DeSylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)

Bing Crosby, Al Jolson (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn)


Title: THE LONG LOST BING 'N' JUDY OFF THE AIR PERFORMANCES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BROADCAST TRIBUTES     Cat. Num.: BTRIB 0005
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (G) (Jean Schwartz, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Tortured (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Boise, Idaho ("Ed Walsh" (Probably Jimmy Van Heusen & Johhny Burke))
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Parody as "Blue Boy" My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 These Lush Moments (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 (The Toys Gave A Party For) Poppa Santa Claus (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      6/12/1950 Chesterfield 45 Harbour Lights (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Just The Way You Are (Ralph Freed)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 You And Your Beautiful Eyes (Cecil Mack, Jay Livingston)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Hello! Ma Baby (Joseph E Howard, Ida Emerson)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (Irving Berlin)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 You Made Me Love You (G) (James V Monaco, Joseph McCarthy)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)

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


Title: CROSBY & COMO
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: BROADWAY INTERMISSION (US)     Cat. Num.: LP BR-123
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Mimi (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Thank Heaven For Little Girls (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Valentine (Albert Willemetz, Henri Christine)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Thank Heaven For Little Girls (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho (Traditional)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Sing, Sing, Sing (Louis Prima)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Gigi (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV I Found A Million Dollar Baby (In A Five And Ten Cent Store) (Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, Harry Warren)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Get Happy (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV When The Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along) (Harry M. Woods)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?) (Johnny Mercer, Bernie Hanighen)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Avalon (Buddy DeSylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Chicago (That Toddlin' Town) (Fred Fisher)
      29/2/1960 ABC TV Hit The Road To Dreamland (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      29/2/1960 parody ABC TV Two Sleepy People (Hoagy Carmichael, Frank Loesser)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Dream Along With Me (I'm On My Way To A Star) (Carl Sigman)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV On Behalf Of The Visiting Firemen (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
      16/3/1960 Reprise NBC TV In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Yes! We Have No Bananas (Frank Silver, Irving Cohn)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Aba Daba Honeymoon (Arthur Fields, Walter Donovan)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV I'm Just Wild About Animal Crackers (Fred Rich, Harry Link, Sam Coslow)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Collegiate (Nat Bonx, Lew Brown, Moe Jaffe)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV C-O-N-S-T-A-N-T-I-N-O-P-L-E (Harry Carlton)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Crazy Words-Crazy Tune (Vo-Do-De-O) (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo' (Wendell Hall)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Ice Cream (I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream) (Howard Johnson, Billy Moll, Robert King)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Sing, Sing, Sing (Louis Prima)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV I Hear Music (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Here Comes The Sun (Arthur Freed, Harry M. Woods)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV It's A Lovely Day Today (Irving Berlin)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Let's Get Away From It All (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Mountain Greenery (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Aren't You Glad You're You? (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV When I Take My Sugar To Tea (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, Pierre Norman)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV At Sundown (Walter Donaldson)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      16/3/1960 NBC TV Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      16/3/1960 parody NBC TV Let's Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep) (Herman Hupfeld)
      16/3/1960 parody NBC TV On Behalf Of The Visiting Firemen (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
      16/3/1960 parody NBC TV In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      16/3/1960 reprise NBC TV I Hear Music (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)

Perry Como, Bing Crosby, Dennis Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Phillip Crosby (voc), Mitchell Ayres Orchestra, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: CROSBYANA
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BROADWAY INTERMISSION (US)     Cat. Num.: BR111
      20/6/1951 Chesterfield 73 Diane (Lew Pollack, Ernö Rapée)
      20/6/1951 Chesterfield 73 Oh, Lady Be Good! (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis, Vincent Rose, Larry Stock)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      19/3/1952 Chesterfield 99 It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      12/10/1949 Chesterfield 4 Make Believe (You Are Glad When You're Sorry) (Jack Shilkret, Benny Davis)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (Harry Stone, Jack Stapp)
      18/12/1952 GEC 11 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)
      6/12/1953 GEC 50 The Gypsy In My Soul (Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Joe Venuti (vln)


Title: CROSBYANA Volume III- The War Years
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BROADWAY INTERMISSION (US)     Cat. Num.: BR129
      31/3/1947 J452-D7TC-7495 Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
      31/3/1947 J452-D7TC-7495 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      31/3/1947 J452-D7TC-7495 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      3/11/1948 J666-1096 You Call Everbody Darlin' (Sam Martin, Ben Trace, Clem Watts)
      8/3/1945 JDB-51-XP-35870 Dear Old Girl (Richard Henry Buck, Theodore F Morse)
      7/2/1946 JDB-51-XP-35870 These Foolish Things (Holt Marvel (Eric Maschwitz), Jack Strachey, Harry Link)
      21/3/1946 JDB90-B-45463 One More Dream (Sam Medoff, Buddy Kaye)
      24/7/1946 JB-467-D7TC-7554 I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now (Irving Berlin)
      18/6/1944 VP773-D4TC-231 Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
      18/6/1944 VP786-D4TC-238 Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      16/11/1944 VP1035-D4TC-519 One, Two, Button Your Shoe (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      1/1/1945 VP1235-D5TC188 In The Good Old Summer Time (George Evans, Ren Shields)
      1/1/1945 VP1235-D5TC188 Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      1/1/1945 VP1236-D5TC189 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, George W. Meyer)
      1/1/1945 VP1236-D5TC189 Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman)
      30/11/1944 VP1049-D4TC-535 I Promise You (Arlen/Mercer) (Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen)
      30/11/1944 VP1051-D4TC-537 June In January (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 With Every Breath I Take (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      6/7/1944 VP1677-D5TC-1505 I'll Get By (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert)
      16/11/1944 VP1677-D5TC-1505 Pennies From Heaven (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      18/1/1945 VP1201-D5TC-144 It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      18/1/1945 VP1201-D5TC-144 Down By The River (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      25/1/1945 VP1201-D5TC-144 Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      26/4/1945 VP1333-D5TC-296 That Sly Old Gentleman (From Featherbed Lane) (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)

Bing Crosby (voc, ing, Int), Al Jolson (voc, Int), The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr, vbk), Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires (vgr), Bob Burns (ing), Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Paul Weston Orchestra (orc), Choir (vbk), James Sherman (pno), Perry Botkin (gtr), Organ (org)

NOTES:
An issue devoted to 'V' Discs


Title: HAPPY HOLIDAY WITH BING AND FRANK
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: COLLECTOR'S GOLD     Cat. Num.: LP596
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus (reprise) (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 The Snowman (G) (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus (reprise) (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby (voc), The Crosby Brothers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr)


Title: BOTH SIDES OF BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: CURTAIN CALLS     Cat. Num.: CURTAIN CALLS 1002
01:44 1/10/1933 Parody Rollickin' Rockaway Raoul (Bing Crosby, Arthur Freed)
02:50 14/8/1935 TNY 3593-dialogue I Wished On The Moon (Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger)
01:29 29/3/1936 DLA326-Parody Robins And Roses (Edgar Leslie, Joe Burke)
01:30 1/5/1939 Film S/T - fluff Jimmy Valentine (Edward Madden, Gus Edwards)
02:55 9/6/1939 DLA1767-C fluff Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
02:31 27/9/1943 L3199-Rej Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
02:50 8/7/1938 DLA1311-C A Blues Serenade (Mitchell Parish, Frank Signorelli)
      21/10/1943 TL-151 Song of the Seventh Air Force (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      15/7/1944 CP 129 Your All Time Flop Parade (Medley)
06:58 12/1/1944 Mail Call 73 Iowa (Meredith Willson)
      16/3/1947 JB447-D7TC-7494 parody with Fluff Always (Irving Berlin)
      1/2/1934 Film S/T I Positively Refuse To Sing (Harry Revel, Mack Gordon)
      16/8/1940 CBS Radio Only Forever (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      16/8/1940 CBS Radio Where The Turf Meets The Surf (Johnny Burke, Bing Crosby, James V Monaco)

Johnny Burke, Ken Carpenter, Lillian Cornell, Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, Andy Devine, Judy Garland, Dick Haymes, Mary Martin, Pat O'Brien, Victor Schertzinger, John Scott Trotter (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), American Forces Radio Services Orchestra dir. Meredith Willson, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, Phil Harris And His Orchestra, Matty Malneck and his Orchestra, The Paramount Studio Orchestra, dir Alfred Newman, Vic Schoen and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Meredith Willson (dir), Jack Kapp (spk)


Title: THE BING CROSBY COLLECTION - 20 GOLDEN GREATS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: DEJA VU     Cat. Num.: DVLP 2027
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 A Thousand Violins (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Tormé, Robert Wells)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Traditional)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Away In A Manger (Anon, James Ramsey Murray)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 O Little Town Of Bethlehem (Phillips Brooks, Lewis H Redner)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 The First Noel (Traditional)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber)

Bing Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Gloria Wood (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr), Buddy Cole (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - BIG BAND DAYS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: ECHO JAZZ     Cat. Num.: EJLP12
      25/10/1950 Chesterfield 39 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 P.S. I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 (Where Is Your Heart?) The Song From Moulin Rouge (Georges Auric, William Engvick)

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


Title: BING CROSBY - BING'S BEAUS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: FLANKENZUDEUTSCH ISTANBUL     Cat. Num.: MDTB05
      21/2/1951 Chesterfield 56 Just The Way You Are (Ralph Freed)
      21/2/1951 Chesterfield 56 Would I Love You (Love You, Love You (G) (Harold Spina, S. K. "Bob" Russell)
      21/2/1951 Chesterfield 56 Just A Gigolo (Irving Caesar, Julius Brammer, Leonello Cassucci)
      21/2/1951 Chesterfield 56 reprise Just A Gigolo (Irving Caesar, Julius Brammer, Leonello Cassucci)
      21/2/1951 Chesterfield 56 Beyond The Reef (Jack Pitman)
      7/5/1952 Chesterfield 106 I Love My Baby (Harry Warren, Bud Green)
      7/5/1952 Chesterfield 106 Singin' In The Rain (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      7/5/1952 Chesterfield 106 La Vie En Rose (Louiguy, Edith Piaf, Mack David)
      7/5/1952 Chesterfield 106 Am I In Love? (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      7/5/1952 Chesterfield 106 At Last (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)

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


Title: BING CROSBY - FOR COLLECTORS ONLY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: FOR COLLECTORS ONLY     Cat. Num.: FCO100B     Volumes: 2
02:44 18/10/1926 W142785-3 I've Got The Girl (Walter Donaldson)
01:44 1/10/1933 Parody Rollickin' Rockaway Raoul (Bing Crosby, Arthur Freed)
02:50 14/8/1935 TNY 3593-dialogue I Wished On The Moon (Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger)
01:29 29/3/1936 DLA326-Parody Robins And Roses (Edgar Leslie, Joe Burke)
01:30 1/5/1939 Film S/T - fluff Jimmy Valentine (Edward Madden, Gus Edwards)
02:55 9/6/1939 DLA1767-C fluff Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Ted Koehler, Harry Barris, Billy Moll)
03:03 24/1/1942 DLA2842-A Angels Of Mercy (Irving Berlin)
      21/10/1943 TL-151 Song of the Seventh Air Force (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      15/7/1944 CP 129 Your All Time Flop Parade (Medley)
06:58 12/1/1944 Mail Call 73 Iowa (Meredith Willson)
      16/3/1947 Lucky Strike Radio Always (Irving Berlin)
      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 (Traditional)
      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, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      15/2/1945 CP 162 finale Happy, Happy, Happy Wedding Day (Meredith Willson)

Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, Andy Devine, Judy Garland, Dick Haymes, Bob Hope, Al Rinker, Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Supporting Cast (voc), The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), The AFRS Orchestra, American Forces Radio Services Orchestra dir. Meredith Willson, Don Clark and his Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orchestra, Phil Harris And His Orchestra, The Paramount Studio Orchestra, dir Alfred Newman, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra, Victor Young and his Orchestra (orc), Meredith Willson (dir), Jack Kapp (spk)

NOTES:
Limited edition of 500 copies only. Compiler has No. 376.


Title: BING CROSBY - THE GREATEST CHRISTMAS SHOWS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: FOX: AMERICAN RETROSPECTIVES     Cat. Num.: MF210
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 A Thousand Violins (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 I Can Dream, Can't I (G) (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 Baby, It's Cold Outside (Frank Loesser)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Tormé, Robert Wells)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Traditional)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Away In A Manger (Anon, James Ramsey Murray)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 O Little Town Of Bethlehem (Phillips Brooks, Lewis H Redner)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 The First Noel (Traditional)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 That's What I Want For Christmas (G) (Irving Caesar, Gerald Marks)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 (spoken) Twas The Night Before Christmas (A Korean Christmas Carol) (Traditional, Lt. Col. Darryl T. Rathbone)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber)

Bing Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Carole Richards, James Stewart, Gloria Wood (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr), Buddy Cole (pno)


Title: A WARM AND WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS EVE WITH BING AND FRANK
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: HO-HO-HO RECORDS     Cat. Num.: 1088
01:15 20/12/1957 ABC TV Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
      20/12/1957 ABC TV Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Traditional)
      20/12/1957 ABC TV God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Traditional)
      20/12/1957 ABC TV Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Charles Wesley, Felix Mendelssohn)
      20/12/1957 ABC TV O Come, All Ye Faithful (John Francis Wade, Canon Frederick Oakley)
01:08 20/12/1957 ABC TV Away In A Manger (Anon, James Ramsey Murray)
      20/12/1957 ABC TV O Little Town Of Bethlehem (Phillips Brooks, Lewis H Redner)
      20/12/1957 ABC TV Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
01:40 20/12/1957 ABC TV The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Tormé, Robert Wells)
      20/12/1957 ABC TV White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 Jingle Bells (James S Pierpoint)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus (reprise) (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 The Snowman (G) (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 That Christmas Feeling (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 I'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa Claus (reprise) (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      20/12/1950 Chesterfield 47 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber)

Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Frank Sinatra (voc), The Crosby Brothers, The Rhythmaires (vgr), Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr)


Title: BIG BAND'S GREATEST VOCALISTS - BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: JOYCE     Cat. Num.: JOYCE6050
      23/5/1951 Chesterfield 69 A Song Is Born (G) (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin)
      23/5/1951 Chesterfield 69 Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
      23/5/1951 Chesterfield 69 I Apologise (Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, Edward G Nelson)
      28/11/1951 Chesterfield 83 Jamboree Jones (Johnny Mercer)
      28/11/1951 Chesterfield 83 It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas (Meredith Willson)
      28/11/1951 Chesterfield 83 Memphis Blues (W. C. Handy, Johnny Mercer)
      28/11/1951 Chesterfield 83 A Kiss To Build A Dream On (Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar, Oscar Hammerstein II)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald (voc), Jack Teagarden (voc, tb), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Louis Armstrong (tr)


Title: FRANCES ETHEL GUMM - HARRY LILLIS CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LEGEND     Cat. Num.: WM1973
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Just The Way You Are (Ralph Freed)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Hello! Ma Baby (Joseph E Howard, Ida Emerson)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (Irving Berlin)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      7/3/1951 Chesterfield 58 You're Just In Love (Irving Berlin)
      21/3/1951 Chesterfield 60 Would I Love You (Love You, Love You) (Harold Spina, S. K. "Bob" Russell)
      21/3/1951 Chesterfield 60 reprise How Could You Believe Me (When I Said I Loved You) (Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner)
      28/3/1951 Chesterfield 61 Limehouse Blues (Douglas Furber, Phillip Braham)
      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)

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


Title: AROUND THE HALL
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1002
      28/10/1937 KMH 77 Whispers In The Dark (Frederick Hollander, Leo Robin)
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 Pale Venetian Moon (Jerome Kern, Anne Caldwell)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      10/3/1938 KMH 96 Down Where The Trade Winds Blow (Harry Owens)
      28/4/1938 KMH 103 Home Town (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      30/6/1938 KMH 112 You're An Education (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam' (Irving Berlin)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Naturally (Harry Barris, Joseph McCarthy)
      11/1/1940 KMH 167 My Little Girl (Albert von Tilzer, Sam M. Lewis, William Dillon)
      1/2/1940 KMH 170 I Thought About You (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Mercer)
      8/2/1940 KMH 171 Confucius Say (Cliff Friend, Carmen Lombardo)
      13/6/1940 KMH 189 She Is The Sunshine Of Virginia (Harry Carroll, Ballard MacDonald)
      20/6/1940 KMH 190 Virginia Lee (Arthur Lange, Jeff T. Branen)
      18/7/1940 KMH 193 When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano (Leon René)
      13/6/1940 KMH 189 Make Believe Island (Nick A Kenny, Will Grosz, Charles F Kenny)
      17/4/1941 KMH 217 Two Hearts That Pass In The Night (Ernesto Lecuona, Forman Brown)

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


Title: AROUND THE HALL Vol 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1003
      4/11/1937 KMH 78 When You Wore A Tulip (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 Gypsy Love Song (Victor Herbert, Harry Bache Smith)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 You Took The Words Right Out Of My Heart (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 Ti-Pi-Ti-Pi-Tin (Raymond Leveen, Maria Graver)
      9/6/1938 KMH 109 Says My Heart (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Get Out And Get Under (Grant Clarke, Maurice Abrahams, Edgar Leslie)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Honeysuckle Rose (Thomas "Fats" Waller, Andy Razaf)
      27/10/1938 KMH 117 Garden Of The Moon (Harry Warren, Al Dubin, Johnny Mercer)
      23/2/1939 KMH 134 The Umbrella Man (James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose)
      5/10/1939 KMH 153 Oh, You Crazy Moon (Jimmy 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)
      29/2/1940 KMH 174 In An Old Dutch Garden (Mack Gordon, Will Grosz)
      14/3/1940 KMH 176 Love Is All (Pinky Tomlin, Harry Tobias)
      11/4/1940 KMH 180 Tell Me Little Gypsy (Irving Berlin)
      16/5/1940 KMH 185 Angel In Disguise (Stephan Weiss, James Kimble "Kim" Gannon, Paul Mann)
      12/12/1940 KMH 201 I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans, Anne Caldwell)
      5/6/1941 KMH 224 Play, Fiddle, Play (Arthur Altman, Emery Deutsch, Jack Lawrence)

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


Title: KINDA DIXIE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1006
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      12/4/1950 Chesterfield 30 Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (Sidney Clare, Sam H. Stept)
      29/11/1950 Chesterfield 44 Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue (Ray Henderson, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      29/3/1950 Chesterfield 28 Everybody Loves My Baby (Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams)
      29/11/1950 Chesterfield 44 Memphis Blues (W. C. Handy, Johnny Mercer)
      31/1/1951 Chesterfield 53 Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (Arthur Swanstone, Charles McCarron, Carey Morgan)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      13/11/1952 GEC 6 Doodle-Doo-Doo (Art Kassel, Mel Stitzel)
      18/12/1952 GEC 11 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild St. Louis Blues (W. C. Handy)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild My Melancholy Baby (George A Norton, Ernie Burnett)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild The Birth Of The Blues (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)

Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Phil Harris, Dinah Shore (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Red Nichols & His Five Pennies, Studio Orchestra directed by Basil Adlam, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Earl Sturgis (pno)


Title: THROUGH THE YEARS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: LIMITED EDITION CLUB     Cat. Num.: JGB1001
02:52 16/12/1931 E37467-B Dinah (Harry Akst, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
03:17 25/10/1932 B12501-"Blow Up" We're A Couple Of Soldiers (My Baby And Me) (Harry M. Woods)
      1/11/1934 B79396 Love Is Just Around The Corner (Leo Robin, Lewis E Gensler)
02:37 23/5/1938 DLA1293-A rej I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:32 23/5/1938 DLA1296-A rej Don't Let That Moon Get Away (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:44 1/1/1939 B-7319 reh East Side Of Heaven (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
02:59 30/6/1939 DLA1793-A Neighbours In The Sky (Harry Barris)
03:16 10/7/1940 DLA2045-A Can't Get Indiana Off My Mind (Robert Deleon, Hoagy Carmichael)
02:35 8/4/1950 W76116-A So Tall A Tree (Helen Teddy Hall)
02:43 7/1/1951 L5986-A The Girl Friend (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
03:09 5/12/1949 L5239-A Helpless (Roy Wells)
02:49 7/1/1951 L5988-A You Gotta Show Me (Dudley Brooks, Nick Castle)
02:54 7/1/1951 L5989-A Then You've Never Been Blue (Ted Fio Rito, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
03:04 14/2/1952 L6650-A Radio It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
02:38 21/6/1954 L7741-1 All She'd Say Was "Umh-Hum" (Mac Emery, Joe Schenk, King Zany, Gus Van)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Aristokats, Larry Gomar, The Mills Brothers (vgr), John Scott Trotter Eight (ing), ARC Brunswick Studio Orchestra, Les Brown and his Band Of Renown, Brunswick Studio Orchestra, directed by Bennie Krueger, Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Lennie Hayton Orchestra, Russ Morgan Orchestra, Sy Oliver Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Frank Guarente (tr), Will Bradley (tb), Max Farley (tsx), Lennie Hayton, Joe Moresco, John Scott Trotter (pno), Perry Botkin, Eddie Lang (gtr)


Title: WHEN RADIO WAS KING
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: MEMORABILIA     Cat. Num.: MLP705
      25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 The Roving Kind (Jesse Cavanaugh, Arnold Stanton)
      25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 If (Tolchard Evans, Stanley J. Damerell, Robert Hargreaves)
      25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 My Blue Heaven (G) (Walter Donaldson, George Whiting)
      25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 On The Sunny Side Of The Street (G) (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
02:30 25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 Gone Fishin' (Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
      25/4/1951 Chesterfield 65 Old Soldiers Never Die (Tom Glazer)

Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Rose Marie (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Louis Armstrong (tr)


Title: BING CROSBY - HIS GREATEST HITS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     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 (Earl Gish, Billy White, Jack Owens)
      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, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      4/6/1947 Philco 34 I Want To Thank Your Folks (George David Weiss, Bennie Benjamin)
      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? (Doris Tauber, Sis Willner)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 The Horse Told Me (Johnny Burke, Jimmy 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 (Joseph Myrow, Mack Gordon)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 It Isn't Fair (Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer, Sylvester Sprigato)
      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 - THE RADIO YEARS Volume 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: PRECISION RECORDS & TAPES     Cat. Num.: NCP711
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Hello, Hello (G) (Kay Thompson)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Ray Gilbert)
      20/4/1949 Philco 102 Hand Holdin' Music (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      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 Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem Watts)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Lullaby 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)
      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)
      7/2/1954 GEC 59 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)

Lauren Bacall, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Bob Hope, Peggy Lee, Helen O'Connell, Walter O'Keefe, Dick Powell, Kay Thompson, Rudy Vallee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY & BOB HOPE WITH DOROTHY LAMOUR
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: RADIOLA     Cat. Num.: MR1044
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 My Heart Goes Crazy (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 Sketch - The Road To Hollywood
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 Ja-Da (Ja Da, Ja Da, Jing, Jing, Jing!) (G) (Bob Carleton)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 The Road To Morocco (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      29/1/1947 Philco 16 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
      7/12/1948 NBC Radio A Little Bird Told Me (Harvey O. Brooks)
      7/12/1948 NBC Radio. Parody Buttons And Bows (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)

Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour (voc), Chorus (vgr), Les Brown and his Band Of Renown, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Ken Carpenter (ann), Skitch Henderson (pno)

NOTES:
Sleeve states this contains Philco Radio 29 January1947 & New Swan Show 7 November 1948.
The actual date of the latter is 7 December 1948.


Title: BING CROSBY - HOLIDAY INN & THE BELLS OF ST MARY'S
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SANDY HOOK     Cat. Num.: SH 2409
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Happy Holiday (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Be Careful, It's My Heart (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Abraham (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      6/10/1947 Screen Guild Aren't You Glad You're You? (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      6/10/1947 Screen Guild The Bells Of St Mary's (A. Emmett Adams, Douglas Furber)

Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore (voc), Chorus (vgr), Wilbur Hatch & His Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Screen Guild Radio Dramatisations


Title: BING & BOB
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 22
      13/4/1944 KMH 328 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, Jimmy 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 Parlez-Moi D'Amour (G) (Jean Lenoir)
      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 (Jimmy Hughes, Frank Lake)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet (G) (Gene De Paul, Don Raye)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 The Day After Forever (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Together (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      15/6/1944 KMH 337 Put It There, Pal (Johnny Burke, Jimmy 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 Music Maids and Men, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
The Complete KMH Programs of 13 April 1944 and 15 June 1944


Title: BING & DINAH
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 31
      13/10/1942 CP 36 Medley
      24/2/1943 CP 54 It's A Long Way To Tipperary (Jack Judge, Harry Williams)
      24/2/1943 CP 54 It Ain't Necessarily So (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward)
      1/4/1943 CP 60 Medley
      1/4/1943 CP 60 Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      19/6/1943 CP 71 Summertime (DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin)
      18/12/1943 CP 97(i) (Parody) Mr. Crosby And Mr. Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
      18/12/1943 CP 97 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      18/12/1943 CP 97(ii) (Parody) Mr. Crosby And Mr. Mercer (Ed Gallagher, Al Shean, Johnny Mercer)
      18/12/1943 CP 97(i) (Parody) How Deep Is The Ocean? (G) (Irving Berlin)
      18/12/1943 CP 97 I'm An Old Cowhand (G) (Johnny Mercer)
      18/12/1943 CP 97 San Antonio Rose (aka New San Antonio Rose) (Bob Wills)
      18/12/1943 CP 97 Empty Saddles (J Keirn Brennan, Billy Hill)
      18/12/1943 CP 97 Shoo-Shoo Baby (G) (Phil Moore)
      18/12/1943 CP 97 Medley
      18/12/1943 CP 97 Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin' (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)

Ken Carpenter (voc), Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore (voc, acc), Meredith Willson (Con), The 370th Army Air Force Band (MBd), Skinnay Ennis (MD), The Charioteers (vgr), AAF Orchestra, Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Eddie Dunstedter, Major Eddie Dunstedter (dir), Bob Hope (ann), James Sherman (pno), Leo "Ukie" Sherin (uk)


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES Volume 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 24
      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 Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      2/12/1937 KMH 82 The Lonesome Road (Gene Austin, Nathaniel Shilkret)
      2/12/1937 KMH 82 If It's The Last Thing I Do (Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin)
      16/12/1937 KMH 84 Sweet Stranger (Milton Ager, Ned Wever)
      16/12/1937 KMH 84 Swingin' 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)
      30/12/1937 KMH 86 Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      30/12/1937 KMH 86 See Note That Old Feeling (Sammy Fain, Nacio Herb Brown)
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      13/1/1938 KMH 88 The Birth Of The Blues (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      13/1/1938 KMH 88 This Is My Night To Dream (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 Pale Venetian Moon (Jerome Kern, Anne Caldwell)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      27/1/1938 KMH 90 Show Me The Way To Go Home (Irving King (pseudonym of the English songwriting team James Campbell and Reginald Connelly))
      27/1/1938 KMH 90 You Took The Words Right Out Of My Heart (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      27/1/1938 KMH 90 Rosalie (Cole Porter)

Constance Bennett, Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Perry Botkin (gtr)


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES Volume 6
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 27
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Now It Can Be Told (Irving Berlin)
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
      27/10/1938 KMH 117 Kentucky Babe (Richard Henry Buck, Adam Geibel)
      27/10/1938 KMH 117 Garden Of The Moon (Harry Warren, Al Dubin, Johnny Mercer)
      3/11/1938 KMH 118 Ya Got Me (Clay Boland, Bix Reichner)
      3/11/1938 KMH 118 Red Wing (Frederick Allen "Kerry" Mills, Thurland Chattaway)
      3/11/1938 KMH 118 My Reverie (Larry Clinton)
      3/11/1938 KMH 118 The Dipsy Doodle (Larry Clinton)
      1/12/1938 KMH 122 Who Blew Out The Flame? (Mitchell Parish, Sammy Fain)
      1/12/1938 KMH 122 Don't Be That Way (Mitchell Parish, Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson)
      1/12/1938 KMH 122 Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      1/12/1938 KMH 122 In The Shade Of The New Apple Tree (Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      8/12/1938 KMH 123 Lullaby In Rhythm (Benny Goodman, Walter Hirsch, Edgar Sampson, Clarence Profit)
      8/12/1938 KMH 123 Hurry Home (Buddy Bernier, Bob Emmerich, Joseph Meyer)
      8/12/1938 KMH 123 When You're A Long, Long Way From Home (Sam M. Lewis, George W. Meyer)
      15/12/1938 KMH 124 The Funny Old Hills (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      15/12/1938 KMH 124 I Cried For You (Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim, Abe Lyman)
      15/12/1938 KMH 124 I Have Eyes (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      15/12/1938 KMH 124 Old Folks (Dedette Lee Hill, Willard Robison)
      22/12/1938 KMH 125 The Lonesome Road (Gene Austin, Nathaniel Shilkret)

Bing Crosby, Donald O'Connor, Pancho Palatzy (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES Volume 7
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 28
      29/12/1938 KMH 126 Between A Kiss And A Sigh (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      2/2/1939 KMH 131 Thanks For Ev’rything (Harry Revel, Mack Gordon)
      2/2/1939 KMH 131 Deep In A Dream (Jimmy Van Heusen, Eddie DeLange)
      9/2/1939 KMH 132 Together (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      16/2/1939 KMH 133 The Missouri Waltz (James Royce Shannon, Frederick Knight Logan)
      23/2/1939 KMH 134 Could Be (Johnny Mercer, Walter Donaldson)
      23/2/1939 KMH 134 Let That Be A Lesson To You (Richard A Whiting, Johnny Mercer)
      23/2/1939 KMH 134 The Umbrella Man (James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose)
      2/3/1939 KMH 135 Penny Serenade (Arthur William Hallifax, Melle Weersma)
      2/3/1939 KMH 135 Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (E Ray Goetz, Peter Wendling, Joe Young)
      2/3/1939 KMH 135 I Get Along Without You Very Well (Hoagy Carmichael)
      2/3/1939 KMH 135 Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair (Stephen Collins Foster)
      9/3/1939 KMH 136 S'posin' (Andy Razaf, Paul Denniker)
      9/3/1939 KMH 136 Little Sir Echo (Laura R Smith, John S. Fearis)
      16/3/1939 KMH 137 Sing A Song Of Sunbeams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      16/3/1939 KMH 137 East Side Of Heaven (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      23/3/1939 KMH 138 Honolulu (Harry Warren, Gus Kahn)
      23/3/1939 KMH 138 I Get Along Without You Very Well (Hoagy Carmichael)
      23/3/1939 KMH 138 Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker, George Cooper)
      30/3/1939 KMH 139 You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven (Gene Autry)

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


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES Volume 8
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 29
      30/3/1939 KMH 139 Hang Your Heart On A Hickory Limb (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      30/3/1939 KMH 139 I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad) (William Dillon, Harry von Tilzer)
      6/4/1939 KMH 140 Little Sir Echo (Laura R Smith, John S. Fearis)
      13/4/1939 KMH 141 I'm Building A Sailboat Of Dreams (Dave Franklin, Cliff Friend)
      27/4/1939 KMH 143 Class Will Tell (Joe Burke, Edgar Leslie)
      27/4/1939 KMH 143 parody Class Will Tell (parody) (Joe Burke, Edgar Leslie)
      27/4/1939 KMH 143 Mickey (Neil Moret)
      27/4/1939 KMH 143 Our Love (Larry Clinton, Buddy Bernier, Bob Emmerich)
      27/4/1939 KMH 143 We've Come A Long Way Together (Sam H. Stept, Ted Koehler)
      4/5/1939 KMH 144 Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old 'Tucky Home (George W. Meyer, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young)
      4/5/1939 KMH 144 Delightful Delirium (Clay Boland, Bix Reichner)
      4/5/1939 KMH 144 parody Delightful Delirium (Clay Boland, Bix Reichner)
      18/5/1939 KMH 146 Delightful Delirium (Clay Boland, Bix Reichner)
      8/6/1939 KMH 149 Snug As A Bug In A Rug (Matty Malneck, Frank Loesser)
      8/6/1939 KMH 149 Oh! By Jingo, Oh By Gee (Albert von Tilzer, Lew Brown)
      20/7/1939 KMH 151 Go Fly A Kite (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/7/1939 KMH 151 An Apple For The Teacher (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/7/1939 KMH 151 Still The Bluebird Sings (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      9/11/1939 KMH 158 Are You Having Any Fun? (Jack Yellen, Sammy Fain)
      9/11/1939 KMH 158 parody Are You Having Any Fun? (Jack Yellen, Sammy Fain)
      9/11/1939 KMH 158 Over The Rainbow (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Harold Arlen)
      16/11/1939 KMH 159 Scatter-Brain (Kahn Keene, Carl C. Bean, Frankie Masters, Johnny Burke)
      16/11/1939 KMH 159 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (Clarence Gaskill, Jimmy McHugh)

Bing Crosby, Lou Holtz (voc), The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Bob Burns (com)


Title: THE BIRTH OF THE BLUES - Screen Guild radio dramatisation
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 09
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild The Birth Of The Blues (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild My Melancholy Baby (George A Norton, Ernie Burnett)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (Johnny Mercer)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild St. Louis Blues (W. C. Handy)
      18/1/1951 Screen Guild Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)

Bing Crosby, Phil Harris, Dinah Shore (voc), Red Nichols & His Five Pennies, Studio Orchestra directed by Basil Adlam (orc), Earl Sturgis (pno)


Title: DER BINGLE - Volume 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 20
      28/3/1945 Mail Call 138 Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      28/3/1945 Mail Call 138 Come And Live In Lankershim (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)

Bing Crosby, William Frawley, Leo McCarey (voc), The AFRS Orchestra (orc), Alvino Rey (bl)


Title: DER BINGLE - Volume 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 30
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert, Bing Crosby)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" Chorus only Pagan Love Song (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" Chorus only Shoo-Shoo Baby (Phil Moore)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" Chorus only You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" If I Had My Way (Lou Klein, James Kendis)
      5/2/1945 Radio "Cavalcade of America" Home Sweet Home (Henry Rowley Bishop, John Howard Payne)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour You're A Grand Old Flag (George M. Cohan)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour Darling Nellie Gray (Benjamin Russ Hanby)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour De Camptown Races (Stephen Collins Foster)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour A Friend Of Yours (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour When You Were Sweet Sixteen (James Thornton)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour The Band Played On (Charles B Ward, John F Palmer)
      2/7/1945 Bell Telephone Hour God Bless America (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Jeannie Darrell, Darlene Garner (voc), Chorus (vgr), Robert Armbruster & His Orchestra, Donald Voorhees & The Bell Telephone Orchestra (orc), Earl Baxter (acc), Buck Harris (gtr)


Title: SING YOU SINNERS - 1940 Lux Radio Theater Broadcast dramatisation
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 08
      15/1/1940 Lux Radio I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      15/1/1940 Lux Radio Don't Let That Moon Get Away (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      15/1/1940 Lux Radio Small Fry (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)

Bing Crosby (voc), Louis Silvers & His Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING AND MARY- Rhythm On The Radio
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: STARTONE     Cat. Num.: ST225
      4/6/1942 KMH 259 Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me) (Sam H. Stept, Lew Brown, Charles Tobias)
      15/10/1942 KMH 265 People Like You And Me (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)
      15/10/1942 KMH 265 My Devotion (Johnny Napton, Roc Hillman)
      5/11/1942 KMH 268 Daybreak (Ferde Grofé, Harold Adamson)
      5/11/1942 KMH 268 Rolleo Rolling Along (The Bicycle Song) (Harry Tobias, Don Reid, Henry H Tobias)
      29/10/1942 KMH 267 Mister Five By Five (Don Raye, Gene De Paul)
      5/4/1945 KMH 366 A Little On The Lonely Side (James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon, Dick Robertson)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 It Isn't Fair (Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer, Sylvester Sprigato)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Dearie (Bob Hilliard, David Mann)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Stay With The Happy People (Jule Styne, Bob Hilliard)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      10/5/1950 Chesterfield 34 Whispering Hope (Alice Hawthorne)

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

NOTES:
Bing titles only are listed - 13 of 17.


Title: BING CROSBY - MAIL CALL
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TANDEM RECORDS     Cat. Num.: LP-1903
      3/6/1944 CP 122 The Dixieland Band (G) (Bernie Hanighen, Johnny Mercer)
      3/6/1944 CP 122 I Love You (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 (Buddy DeSylva, 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 MC 91 The Trolley Song (G) (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane)
      17/5/1944 MC 91 It's Love, Love, Love (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney, Mack David)
      17/5/1944 MC 91 Can Do, Will Do (The Song Of The Seabees) (G) (Peter DeRose, Sam M. Lewis)
      17/5/1944 MC 91 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      17/5/1944 MC 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 - MAIL CALL Vol 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TANDEM RECORDS     Cat. Num.: LP-1904
      28/4/1944 G.I.Jourrnal 41 Sunday (That One Day) (Chester Conn, Benny Krueger, Ned Miller (1899-1990), Jule Styne)
      28/4/1944 G.I.Jourrnal 41 The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      28/4/1944 G.I.Jourrnal 41 People Will Say We're In Love (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      28/4/1944 G.I.Jourrnal 41 I'll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
      28/4/1944 G.I.Jourrnal 41 You Tell Me Your Dream (Charles N. Daniels, Gus Kahn)

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


Title: BING ‘N’ AL - Volume 4
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1015
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 Country Style (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 Linda (Jack Lawrence)
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning (G) (Irving Berlin)
      7/5/1947 Philco 30 Lazy (G) (Irving Berlin)
      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)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 Pass That Peace Pipe (Roger Edens, Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 Kate (Irving Berlin)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      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)
      3/12/1947 Philco 46 The Best Things In Life Are Free (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)

Irving Berlin, Bing Crosby, Al Jolson (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
The Complete Philco Programs of 7 May 1947 and 3 December 1947


Title: BING, BOB & JUDY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1009
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 Sam's Song (Lew Quadling, Jack Elliott)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 Get Happy (G) (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 I Cross My Fingers (Walter Farrar, Walter Kent)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      11/10/1950 Chesterfield 37 -Broad parody Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter, John Lomax)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 Tzena, Tzena, Tzena (Mitchell Parish, Issachar Miron)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 All My Love (Paul Durand, Mitchell Parish)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 Friendly Star (G) (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 Parody The Good Old Days (parody incorporating The Third Man Theme)
      18/10/1950 Chesterfield 38 High On The List (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)

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

NOTES:
The Complete Chesterfield Programmes of 11th and 18th October 1950.


Title: BING CROSBY AND AL JOLSON - Together Again
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1003
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 (Running Around In Circles) Getting Nowhere (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 What Am I Gonna Do About You? (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Let Me Sing And I’m Happy (G) (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Who Paid The Rent For Mrs Rip Van Winkle (Irving Berlin)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (G) (Jean Schwartz, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 You Made Me Love You (Joseph McCarthy, James V Monaco)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 Philco Commercial
      5/3/1947 Philco 21 The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson, Saul Chaplin, Ion Ivanovici)
      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! Susanna (Stephen Collins Foster)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Gwine To Heaven (G) (Traditional)
      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 Philco Commercial
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 My Mammy (G) (Walter Donaldson, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, Buddy DeSylva, Bud Green)

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

NOTES:
The complete "Philco Radio Time" of 5 March 1947 & 2 April 1947.


Title: BING IS BACK! - Philco with Bob Hope as his guest
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1002
      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 Turkey In The Straw (G) (Traditional)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Put It There, Pal (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Love On A Greyhound Bus (G) (Georgie Stoll, Ralph Blane, Kay Thompson)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 Cynthia's In Love (Earl Gish, Billy White, Jack Owens)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Connecticut (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Huggin' And Chalkin' (Clancy Hayes, Kermit Goell)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 I've Got You Under My Skin (G) (Cole Porter)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider (Eddie Munson, Eddie Leonard)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Sketch - Struggling Songwriter
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 Tearbucket Jim (Leo McCarey)
      19/2/1947 Philco 19 And So To Bed (Harry Revel, Mack Gordon)

Bing Crosby, William Frawley, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Leo McCarey, Lina Romay (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING N' AL - Bing Crosby, Al Jolson
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1007
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts (Fred Heatherton)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 Sorry (Richard A Whiting, Buddy Pepper)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 Swanee (G) (George Gershwin, Irving Caesar)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 When The Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along) (Harry M. Woods)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 I Only Have Eyes For You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      28/12/1949 Chesterfield 15 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Dear Hearts And Gentle People (Sammy Fain, Bob Hilliard)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Bye, Bye Baby (Jule Styne, Leo Robin)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Is It True What They Say About Dixie? (G) (Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner, Gerald Marks)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 My Blue Heaven (George Whiting, Walter Donaldson)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson, Buddy DeSylva, Bud Green)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      4/1/1950 Chesterfield 16 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)

Bing Crosby, Al Jolson (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Red Nichols (cn), Buddy Cole (pno)

NOTES:
The complete Chesterfield shows of 28 December 1949 and 4 January1950


Title: BING N' AL - Volume 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1013
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts (Fred Heatherton)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 Toot, Toot, Tootsie, (Goo'bye) (G) (Ernie Erdman, Dan Russo, Gus Kahn)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 Back In Your Own Backyard (Al Jolson, Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 Baby Face (Benny Davis, Harry Akst)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) (Haven Gillespie, Beasley Smith)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 The New Ashmolean Marching Society and Students Conservatory Band (Frank Loesser)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Happy Times (Sylvia Fine)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 California, Here I Come (G) (Buddy DeSylva, Joseph Meyer, Al Jolson)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (E Ray Goetz, Peter Wendling, Joe Young)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Whispering (John Schonberger, Richard Coburn, Vincent Rose)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Bye, Bye Baby (Jule Styne, Leo Robin)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Waiting For The Robert E Lee (L Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis Muir)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 You're Wonderful (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans, Victor Young)

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

NOTES:
The Complete Chesterfield shows of 30 November 1949 & 15 February 1950


Title: BING N' AL - Volume 6
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1017
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 For Me And My Gal (G) (George W. Meyer, Edgar Leslie, E Ray Goetz)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Piano Concerto No. 1 B Flat Minor (G) (Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Peg O’ My Heart (G) (Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 The Whiffenpoof Song (George S Pomeroy, Tod B Galloway, Meade Minnigerode, Rudy Vallee)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Rhapsody In Blue (G) (George Gershwin)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Swanee (George Gershwin, Irving Caesar)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 The Man I Love (G) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Oh, Lady Be Good! (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Somebody Loves Me (G) (George Gershwin, Ballard MacDonald, Buddy DeSylva)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Embraceable You (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 I Got Rhythm (G) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 It Ain't Necessarily So (Ira Gershwin, George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Concerto in F (G) (George Gershwin)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Summertime (G) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      16/10/1947 KMH 386 Strike Up The Band (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 Toot, Toot, Tootsie, (Goo'bye) (G) (Ernie Erdman, Dan Russo, Gus Kahn)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 Malaguena (G) (Ernesto Lecuona, Marion Banks)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (G) (Lewis Muir, L Wolfe Gilbert)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 Mighty Lak’ A Rose (G) (Ethelbert Nevin, Frank Stanton)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 Sleepy Time Gal (Ange Lorenzo, Richard A Whiting, Raymond B. Egan, Joseph Alden)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 But Beautiful (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      15/1/1948 KMH 387 Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Collins Foster)

Bing Crosby, Al Jolson (voc), Chorus (vgr), The Lou Bring Orchestra (orc), Oscar Levant (pno)

NOTES:
The complete KMH shows of 16 October 1947 and 15 January 1948 hosted by Al Jolson with Bing as guest.


Title: BING N’ AL - Volume 5
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1016
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 A Rainy Night In Rio (Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 The Anniversary Song (G) (Saul Chaplin, Al Jolson, Ion Ivanovici)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 April Showers (Louis Silvers, Buddy DeSylva)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Sketch - Early Days
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Always (Irving Berlin)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Swanee (G) (George Gershwin, Irving Caesar)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Philco Commercial
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones)
      15/1/1947 Philco 14 Blue Skies (G) (Irving Berlin)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 The Horse Told Me (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 I Hadn't Anyone Till You (G) (Ray Noble)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Stay With The Happy People (Jule Styne, Bob Hilliard)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Give My Regards To Broadway (G) (George M. Cohan)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Ma Blushin' Rosie (John Stromberg, Edgar Smith)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Avalon (Buddy DeSylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Collins Foster)

Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Al Jolson (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)

NOTES:
The Complete Philco Program of 15 January 1947 & Chesterfield Program of 3 May 1950.


Title: SHE LOVES ME NOT - LUX Radio Theatre Broadcast of 8 November 1937
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: TOTEM (Canada)     Cat. Num.: LP1004
      8/11/1937 LUX "She Loves Me Not" Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      8/11/1937 LUX "She Loves Me Not" I'm Hummin', I'm Whistlin', I'm Singin' (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      8/11/1937 LUX "She Loves Me Not" Straight From The Shoulder (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)

Bing Crosby (voc), Louis Silvers & His Orchestra (orc)


Title: LOUIS ARMSTRONG & BING CROSBY ON STAGE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: WINDMILL     Cat. Num.: WMD190
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      17/1/1951 Chesterfield 51 My Honey's Lovin' Arms (Harry Ruby, Joseph Meyer)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis, Vincent Rose, Larry Stock)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Panama (G) (William H. Tyers)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Up A Lazy River (G) (Hoagy Carmichael, Sidney Arodin)
      16/3/1949 Philco 97 Rockin' Chair (G) (Hoagy Carmichael)
      23/5/1951 Chesterfield 69 A Song Is Born (G) (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin)

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


Title: MY FAVORITE STORY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: 20th CENTURY FOX (US)     Cat. Num.: TFM 3106     Rel. Year: 1963
      9/5/1963 My Favourite Story

Bing Crosby (voc)


Title: BOUNCING WITH BING
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: (Blank Label)     Cat. Num.: CP1     Rel. Year: 1966
      16/6/1938 KMH 110 Stop And Reconsider (Larry Clinton, Stanley Adams)
      3/11/1938 KMH 118 Red Wing (Frederick Allen "Kerry" Mills, Thurland Chattaway)
      23/2/1939 KMH 134 Let That Be A Lesson To You (Richard A Whiting, Johnny Mercer)
      19/10/1939 KMH 155 The Man With The Mandolin (James Cavanaugh, John Redmond, Frank Weldon)
      16/11/1939 KMH 159 Scatter-Brain (Kahn Keene, Carl C. Bean, Frankie Masters, Johnny Burke)
      4/1/1940 KMH 166 You're A Lucky Guy (Saul Chaplin)
      15/2/1940 KMH 172 The Little Red Fox (Lew Porter, James V. Kern, Hy Heath, Johnny Lange)
      18/4/1940 KMH 181 The Woodpecker Song (Harold Adamson, Eldo di Lazzaro)
      9/5/1940 KMH 184 Ma! He's Making Eyes At Me (Con Conrad, Sidney Clare)
      6/6/1940 KMH 188 I Can't Love You Any More (Any More Than I Do) (Herb Magidson, Allie Wrubel)
      13/6/1940 KMH 189 Playmates (Saxie Dowell)
      4/7/1940 KMH 191 Just Like Taking Candy From A Baby (Gladys Shelley, Fred Astaire)
      25/7/1940 KMH 194 Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga (James V Monaco, Charles Newman)
      12/12/1940 KMH 201 I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans, Anne Caldwell)
      3/4/1941 KMH 215 With A Twist Of The Wrist (Irvin Graham)
      24/4/1941 KMH 218 Keep An Eye On Your Heart (Milton Leeds, Henry Manners)
      30/10/1941 KMH 232 Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay (Henry J Sayers, Angelo Asher, Richard Morton)
      6/11/1941 KMH 233 Chattanooga Choo-Choo (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
      13/11/1941 KMH 234 Bi-I-Bi (Beverly Freeland, Judy Freeland, S. K. "Bob" Russell)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 How About You? (Burton Lane, Ralph Freed)

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


Title: CHRISTMAS STAR: BING SINGS WITH OLD ST. MARY'S CHOIR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MOONAN MUSIC (limited issue)     Cat. Num.: B/J 202     Rel. Year: 1973
02:31 28/12/1972 21859-A Christmas Star (Jack Sweeney)
03:07 28/12/1972 21859-B We Love Old St Mary's (Robert Emmett Moonan)

Bing Crosby (voc), Pat Bursch (ep), Old St Mary's Choir (cho), Robert Emmett Moonan (org)


Title: THE BIG BROADCAST - Film Soundtrack
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SOUNTRAK     Cat. Num.: ST-101     Rel. Year: 1974
      7/8/1932 Film S/T Dinah (Harry Akst, Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis)
      7/8/1932 Film S/T Here Lies Love (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      7/8/1932 (1) Film S/T Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      7/8/1932 (2) Film S/T Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)

Bing Crosby (voc), Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra (orc)


Title: DER BINGLE - Those Great World War II Songs
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 05     Rel. Year: 1975
      1/1/1942 KMH 241 (There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover (Nat Burton, Walter Kent)
      22/1/1942 KMH 244 The Army Air Corps Song (Robert Crawford)
      5/2/1942 KMH 246 The Yankee Doodle Boy (George M. Cohan)
      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? (Frank Loesser)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Wait For Me, Mary (Charles Tobias, Nat Simon, Harry Tobias)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 snatch Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Brother Bill (G) (Louis Armstrong)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 snatch Stardust (Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 It's Always You (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      9/9/1943 KMH 304 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)

Bing Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Ginny Simms (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus, The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Phil Silvers (cl), Leo "Ukie" Sherin (com)


Title: DICK POWELL & BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: WIMP RECORDS     Cat. Num.: BCDP194850     Rel. Year: 1975
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Life Is So Peculiar (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Harbour Lights (Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Play A Simple Melody (Irving Berlin)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 I Only Have Eyes For You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Jeepers Creepers (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Thanks A Million (Gus Kahn, Arthur Johnston)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prevert)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Love Is So Terrific (Sunny Skylar, Arthur Shaftel)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Saturday Date (Jack Brooks)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 But Beautiful (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 The Story Of Sorrento (Ernesto DeCurtis, Xavier Cugat, S. K. "Bob" Russell, S. T. Gallagher)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 I Only Have Eyes For You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 With Plenty Of Money And You (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Jeepers Creepers (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)

Bing Crosby, Dick Powell, Gloria Wood (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AT HIS RAREST OF ALL RARE PERFORMANCES (2 LP set)
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BIAC RECORDINGS     Cat. Num.: BRAD10520/1     Rel. Year: 1976
      2/4/1947 Philco 25 L2181 note Nobody (Bert Williams, Alex Rogers)
      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, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      4/6/1947 Philco 34 I Want To Thank Your Folks (George David Weiss, Bennie Benjamin)
      8/2/1950 Chesterfield 21 Why Remind Me? (Doris Tauber, Sis Willner)
      3/5/1950 Chesterfield 33 The Horse Told Me (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      21/5/1952 Chesterfield 108 Am I In Love? (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 It Isn't Fair (Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer, Sylvester Sprigato)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 The Yodel Blues (Johnny Mercer, Robert Emmett Dolan)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Happy Times (Sylvia Fine)
      11/1/1950 Chesterfield 17 The Big Movie Show In The Sky (Johnny Mercer, Robert Emmett Dolan)
      17/5/1950 Chesterfield 35 Baby, Won't You Say You Love Me (Joseph Myrow, Mack Gordon)
      4/6/1952 Chesterfield 110 Be My Life's Companion (Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
      24/2/1944 KMH 323 It's Only A Paper Moon (Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg, Billy Rose)
      9/12/1943 KMH 312 Poinciana (Song Of The Tree) (Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon)
      17/2/1944 KMH 322 A Lot In Common With You (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer)
      17/2/1944 KMH 322 Iowa (Meredith Willson)
      10/2/1944 KMH 321 Shoo-Shoo Baby (Phil Moore)
      20/7/1944 KMH 342 I'll Remember April (Don Raye, Gene De Paul, Patricia Johnston)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 I'll Get By (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert)
      6/7/1944 KMH 340 Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      13/1/1944 KMH 317 San Fernando Valley (Gordon Jenkins)
      2/3/1944 KMH 324 Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)

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


Title: BING & HOPPY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: CRITTER RECORDS     Cat. Num.: CBHC 8901     Rel. Year: 1976
      13/12/1950 Chesterfield 46 A Bushel And A Peck (Frank Loesser)
      13/12/1950 Chesterfield 46 And You'll Be Home (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      13/12/1950 Chesterfield 46 Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      13/12/1950 Chesterfield 46 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      4/4/1951 Chesterfield 62 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Henry Creamer, Turner Layton)
      4/4/1951 Chesterfield 62 Mockin' Bird Hill (Vaughn Horton)
      4/4/1951 Chesterfield 62 Would I Love You (Love You, Love You) (Harold Spina, S. K. "Bob" Russell)

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


Title: BING CROSBY AND HIS FRIENDS Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MURRAY HILL RECORDS (US)     Cat. Num.: 894637     Rel. Year: 1976     Volumes: 4
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Hello, Hello (G) (Kay Thompson)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Henry Tilsley, Tolchard Evans, Robert Hargreaves, Stanley J. Damerell)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel)
      11/12/1952 GEC 10 Takes Two To Tango (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 P.S. I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      25/10/1950 Chesterfield 39 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Tell Me Why (Al Alberts, Marty Gold)
      18/4/1951 Chesterfield 64 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 If This Isn't Love (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Burton Lane)
      27/6/1951 Chesterfield 74 On Top Of Old Smokey (Traditional)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      11/12/1946 Philco 9 Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael, Jack Brooks)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Burl Ives, Kay Thompson (voc), Chorus, The Four Aces, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Also issued as HRB Music BCP1001


Title: BING CROSBY AND HIS FRIENDS Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MURRAY HILL RECORDS (US)     Cat. Num.: 894637     Rel. Year: 1976     Volumes: 4
      28/2/1951 Chesterfield 57 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Great Day (Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans, Billy Rose)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 I Got The Sun In The Morning (Irving Berlin)
      5/11/1947 Philco 42 Why Don't You Fall In Love With Me? (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis)
      20/4/1949 Philco 102 Hand Holdin' Music (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (Slim Willet)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 It's A Good Day (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Ray Gilbert)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, George W. Meyer)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      20/2/1952 Chesterfield 95 Till We Meet Again (Richard A Whiting, Raymond B. Egan)

Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Peggy Lee, Harriet Nelson, Ozzie Nelson, Walter O'Keefe, Patti Page, Rudy Vallee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Also issued as HRB Music BCP1001


Title: BING CROSBY AND HIS FRIENDS Disc 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MURRAY HILL RECORDS (US)     Cat. Num.: 894637     Rel. Year: 1976     Volumes: 4
      4/6/1953 GEC 35 Valencia (Lucien Boyer, Jose Padilla, Clifford Grey, Jacques Charles)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      14/3/1954 GEC 64 Young At Heart (Johnny Richards, Carolyn Leigh)
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 The Old Lamp-Lighter (Nat Simon, Charles Tobias)
      6/11/1946 Philco 4 It's Only A Paper Moon (Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg, Billy Rose)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) (Haven Gillespie, Beasley Smith)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/2/1954 GEC 59 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem Watts)
      19/3/1952 Chesterfield 99 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
      30/3/1949 Philco 99 Clancy Lowered The Boom (Hy Heath, Johnny Lange)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)

Maurice Chevalier, Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, Bob Hope, Helen O'Connell, Dick Powell, James Stewart, Veola Vonn, Fran Warren (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)

NOTES:
Also issued as HRB Music BCP1001.


Title: BING CROSBY AND HIS FRIENDS Disc 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MURRAY HILL RECORDS (US)     Cat. Num.: 894637     Rel. Year: 1976     Volumes: 4
02:50 26/3/1968 Longines Say It Isn't So (Irving Berlin)
03:00 26/3/1968 Longines Say Si Si (Ernesto Lecuona, Francia Luban, Al Stillman)
03:43 26/3/1968 Longines Friendly Persuasion (Paul Francis Webster, Dimitri Tiomkin)
02:41 26/3/1968 Longines I Hear Music (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)
02:34 26/3/1968 Longines That Old Gang Of Mine (Mort Dixon, Billy Rose, Ray Henderson)
02:44 26/3/1968 Longines What'll I Do? (Irving Berlin)
02:27 26/3/1968 Longines I've Heard That Song Before (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
02:40 26/3/1968 Longines Thank You For A Lovely Evening (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Silver Coated Moon
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      11/12/1946 Philco 9 (Oh! Why, Oh! Why Did I Ever Leave) Wyoming? (Morey Amsterdam)
      14/1/1948 Philco 52 It Might As Well Be Spring (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 The Bold Fisherman (G.W. Hunt)
      3/11/1948 Philco 78 Put 'em In A Box (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)

Lauren Bacall, Edgar Bergen as "Mortimer Snerd", Humphrey Bogart, George Burns, Jerry Colonna, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Ethel Merman (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), Geoff Love Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Also issued as HRB Music BCP1001.


Title: BING CROSBY - ON THE AIR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 07     Rel. Year: 1976
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 How Could You? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 My Melancholy Baby (George A Norton, Ernie Burnett)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 You're Here, You're There, You're Everywhere (Irving Kahal, John Jacob Loeb)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 From The Land Of The Sky-Blue Water (G) (Charles Wakefield Cadman, Nelle Richmond Eberhart)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 Time On My Hands (Vincent Youmans, Harold Adamson, Mack Gordon)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 My Little Buckaroo (Jack Scholl, M K Jerome)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 Forgotten Waltz (G) (Franz Liszt)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 La Puerta Del Vino (G) (Claude Debussy)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 Lullaby For Bazooka (G)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 The Flight Of The Bumble Bee (G) (Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov)
      27/5/1937 KMH 68 But Where Are You? (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)

Bing Crosby, Zasu Pitts (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra (orc), Bob Burns (baz), Rudolph Ganz (pno)


Title: BLUE SKIES - Original Soundtrack Recording
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SOUNTRAK     Cat. Num.: STK-104     Rel. Year: 1976
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Everybody Step (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T A Couple Of Song And Dance Men (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T (Running Around In Circles) Getting Nowhere (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T I'll See You In C.U.B.A. (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T You'd Be Surprised (G) (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Say It Isn't So (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Puttin' On The Ritz (G) (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Heat Wave (G) (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T What'll I Do? (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T All Alone (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Remember (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Any Bonds Today? (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T This Is The Army, Mr Jones (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T God Bless America (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T A Serenade To An Old-Fashioned Girl (G) (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T The Little Things In Life (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Not For All The Rice In China (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T Russian Lullaby (Irving Berlin)
      1/7/1945 Film S/T You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)

Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Billy De Wolfe, Betty Russell, Olga San Juan (voc), Robert Emmett Dolan (MD)


Title: TOM SAWYER
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: ARGO     Cat. Num.: ZSW.531/2/3     Rel. Year: 1976     Volumes: 3
      3/9/1975 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Narration) (Mark Twain)

Bing Crosby (voc), Instrumental Group (ing), Tommy Reilly (har)


Title: BING CROSBY RADIO SHOW Disc 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MCA-9301-4     Rel. Year: 1977     Volumes: 4
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Hello, Hello (G) (Kay Thompson)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Henry Tilsley, Tolchard Evans, Robert Hargreaves, Stanley J. Damerell)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel)
      11/12/1952 GEC 10 Takes Two To Tango (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 P.S. I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      25/10/1950 Chesterfield 39 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Tell Me Why (Al Alberts, Marty Gold)
      18/4/1951 Chesterfield 64 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 If This Isn't Love (E Y (Yip) Harburg, Burton Lane)
      27/6/1951 Chesterfield 74 On Top Of Old Smokey (Traditional)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      11/12/1946 Philco 9 Old Buttermilk Sky (Hoagy Carmichael, Jack Brooks)

Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Gary Crosby, Burl Ives, Kay Thompson (voc), Chorus, The Four Aces, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, The Williams Brothers Quartet (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY RADIO SHOW Disc 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MCA-9301-4     Rel. Year: 1977     Volumes: 4
      28/2/1951 Chesterfield 57 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)
      10/1/1954 GEC 55 Great Day (Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans, Billy Rose)
      16/10/1946 Philco 1 I Got The Sun In The Morning (Irving Berlin)
      5/11/1947 Philco 42 Why Don't You Fall In Love With Me? (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis)
      20/4/1949 Philco 102 Hand Holdin' Music (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (Slim Willet)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 It's A Good Day (Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Ray Gilbert)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, George W. Meyer)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      20/2/1952 Chesterfield 95 Till We Meet Again (Richard A Whiting, Raymond B. Egan)

Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Peggy Lee, Harriet Nelson, Ozzie Nelson, Walter O'Keefe, Patti Page, Rudy Vallee (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY RADIO SHOW Disc 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MCA-9301-4     Rel. Year: 1977     Volumes: 4
      4/6/1953 GEC 35 Valencia (Lucien Boyer, Jose Padilla, Clifford Grey, Jacques Charles)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane, E Y (Yip) Harburg)
      14/3/1954 GEC 64 Young At Heart (Johnny Richards, Carolyn Leigh)
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 The Old Lamp-Lighter (Nat Simon, Charles Tobias)
      6/11/1946 Philco 4 It's Only A Paper Moon (Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg, Billy Rose)
      30/11/1949 Chesterfield 11 That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) (Haven Gillespie, Beasley Smith)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/2/1954 GEC 59 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem Watts)
      19/3/1952 Chesterfield 99 Mississippi Mud (James Cavanaugh, Harry Barris)
      30/3/1949 Philco 99 Clancy Lowered The Boom (Hy Heath, Johnny Lange)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)

Maurice Chevalier, Bing Crosby, Dennis Day, Bob Hope, Helen O'Connell, Dick Powell, James Stewart, Veola Vonn, Fran Warren (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY RADIO SHOW Disc 4
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MCA (Japan)     Cat. Num.: MCA-9301-4     Rel. Year: 1977
      23/3/1949 Philco 98 Silver Coated Moon
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      11/12/1946 Philco 9 (Oh! Why, Oh! Why Did I Ever Leave) Wyoming? (Morey Amsterdam)
      14/1/1948 Philco 52 It Might As Well Be Spring (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 The Bold Fisherman (G.W. Hunt)
      3/11/1948 Philco 78 Put 'em In A Box (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
02:50 26/3/1968 Longines Say It Isn't So (Irving Berlin)
03:00 26/3/1968 Longines Say Si Si (Ernesto Lecuona, Francia Luban, Al Stillman)
03:43 26/3/1968 Longines Friendly Persuasion (Paul Francis Webster, Dimitri Tiomkin)
02:41 26/3/1968 Longines I Hear Music (Frank Loesser, Burton Lane)
02:34 26/3/1968 Longines That Old Gang Of Mine (Mort Dixon, Billy Rose, Ray Henderson)
02:44 26/3/1968 Longines What'll I Do? (Irving Berlin)
02:27 26/3/1968 Longines I've Heard That Song Before (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
02:40 26/3/1968 Longines Thank You For A Lovely Evening (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh)

Lauren Bacall, Edgar Bergen as "Mortimer Snerd", Humphrey Bogart, George Burns, Jerry Colonna, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Ethel Merman (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), Geoff Love Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 12     Rel. Year: 1977
      21/7/1938 KMH 115 Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone (Irving Berlin)
      10/11/1938 KMH 119 At Long Last Love (Cole Porter)
      5/1/1939 KMH 127 I'm Just Wild About Harry (Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake)
      5/1/1939 KMH 127 Have You Forgotten So Soon? (Joe Gilbert, Horatio Nicholls)
      13/4/1939 KMH 141 I'm Building A Sailboat Of Dreams (Dave Franklin, Cliff Friend)
      13/4/1939 KMH 141 That Sly Old Gentleman (From Featherbed Lane) (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      7/12/1939 KMH 162 Ciribiribin (Harry James, Jack Lawrence, Alberto Pestalozza)
      7/12/1939 KMH 162 parody Ciribiribin (parody) (Harry James, Jack Lawrence, Alberto Pestalozza)
      7/12/1939 KMH 162 After All (Bud Green, Guy Wood)
      19/3/1935 B2094-Woodbury 60 Blame It On My Youth (Edward Heyman, Oscar Levant)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 The Japanese Sandman (G) (Richard A Whiting)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 Things Might Have Been So Different (G) (J. Fred Coots, Sam M. Lewis)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 It's Easy To Remember (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      19/3/1935 Woodbury 60 Alexander's Ragtime Band (G) (Irving Berlin)
      19/3/1935 B2093-Woodbury 60 Ole Faithful (Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr)
      19/3/1935 B2095-Woodbury 60 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      19/3/1935 B2096-Woodbury 60 Clouds (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)

Bing Crosby, Marian Mansfield (voc), The Music Maids (vgr), Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Bob Burns (com)


Title: DER BINGLE - Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 10     Rel. Year: 1977
      2/9/1943 KMH 303 Ridin' Herd On A Cloud (Perry Botkin, Bernie Schwartz, Jon Bushallow Jr)
      16/9/1943 KMH 305 The Road To Victory (Frank Loesser)
      23/9/1943 KMH 306 What Do You Do In The Infantry? (Frank Loesser)
      23/9/1943 KMH 306 Sunday, Monday Or Always (Johnny Burke, Jimmy 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) (Albert von Tilzer, Lew Brown)
      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 (Phil Moore)
      2/3/1944 KMH 324 (There'll Be A) Hot Time In The Town of Berlin (When The Yanks Go Marching In) (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 (Jimmy Hughes, Frank 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 Ma Baby? (Louis Jordan, Billy Austin)
      8/2/1945 KMH 358 Saturday Night (Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week) (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)

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


Title: STARS ON SUNDAY BY REQUEST
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: CURZON SOUNDS     Cat. Num.: CSL 0081     Rel. Year: 1978
02:08 1/8/1975 Judge Not (St Matthew, Ch 7, Vs 1-12)

Bing Crosby (voc)


Title: ONE HOUR FROM THE BING CROSBY RADIO SHOWS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: GOLDEN AGE     Cat. Num.: GA5023     Rel. Year: 1978
      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, George W. Meyer)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Cuanta La Gusta (Gabriel Ruiz, Ray 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 Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem 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 (Traditional)
      13/2/1952 Chesterfield 94 The Bold Fisherman (G.W. Hunt)

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: BING CROSBY - ON THE AIR
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SANDY HOOK     Cat. Num.: SH-2002     Rel. Year: 1978
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Guilty (Harry Akst, Richard A Whiting, Gus Kahn)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 Kissable Baby (Dave Dreyer, Carmen Lombardo, Lu C. Bender)
      7/11/1931 Cremo 6 I Cried For You (Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim, Abe Lyman)
      5/12/1931 Cremo 30 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I'm Hummin', I'm Whistlin', I'm Singin' (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Heebie Jeebies (G) (Boyd Atkins)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Try To See It My Way (G) (Allie Wrubel, Mort Dixon)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I Only Have Eyes For You (G) (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Dames (G) (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 I Kiss Your Hand, Madame (Sam M. Lewis, Ralph Erwin, Joe Young)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 The Girl Friend (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Just A Wearyin' For You (Frank Stanton, Carrie Jacobs Bond)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Why Don't You Practice What You Preach? (G) (Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      18/9/1934 Woodbury 34 The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Smiles (J Will Callahan, Lee M Roberts)
      31/3/1938 KMH 99 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      24/3/1938 KMH 98 I Simply Adore You (Paul Mann, Ned Wever)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Boswell Sisters (vgr), Carl Fenton Orchestra, Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY - HOLIDAY INN & THE BELLS OF ST MARY'S
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 15     Rel. Year: 1978
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Happy Holiday (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Abraham (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Be Careful, It's My Heart (Irving Berlin)
      11/1/1943 Screen Guild Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
      6/10/1947 Screen Guild Aren't You Glad You're You? (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      6/10/1947 Screen Guild The Bells Of St Mary's (A. Emmett Adams, Douglas Furber)

Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore (voc), Chorus (vgr), Wilbur Hatch & His Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
Screen Guild Radio dramatisations


Title: BING IN THE THIRTIES Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 14     Rel. Year: 1978
      9/1/1936 KMH 6 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
      9/1/1936 KMH 6 With All My Heart (Kahn, McHugh) (Gus Kahn, Jimmy McHugh)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 One, Two, Button Your Shoe (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 So Do I (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 Let's Call A Heart A Heart (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 On The Beach At Waikiki (Henry Kailmai, G. H. Stover)
      16/6/1938 KMH 110 Stop And Reconsider (Larry Clinton, Stanley Adams)
      16/6/1938 KMH 110 Lost And Found (Pinky Tomlin, Harry Tobias)
      30/9/1933 CBS Champions Thanks (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
      16/6/1938 KMH 110 I Wonder What's Become Of Sally? (Jack Yellen, Milton Ager)
      16/6/1938 KMH 110 The Gypsy In My Soul (Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Get Out And Get Under (Grant Clarke, Maurice Abrahams, Edgar Leslie)
      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, Henry Nemo)
      23/6/1938 KMH 111 Honeysuckle Rose (Thomas "Fats" Waller, Andy Razaf)
      26/1/1939 KMH 130 Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (Arthur Swanstone, Charles McCarron, Carey Morgan)
      13/4/1939 KMH 141 It Must Be True (Gordon Clifford, Gus Arnheim, Harry Barris)
      4/5/1939 KMH 144 I Promise You (Oakland / Lerner / Faye) (Ben Oakland, Sammy Lerner, Alice Faye)
      2/5/1940 KMH 183 The Pessimistic Character With The Crab Apple Face (James V Monaco, Johnny Burke)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Music Maids, Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Raymond Paige Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Alec Templeton (pno)


Title: THE GOLDEN AGE OF AMERICAN RADIO STARRING BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: UNITED ARTISTS     Cat. Num.: UAK30115     Rel. Year: 1978
      28/5/1953 GEC 34 Lady Of Spain (Henry Tilsley, Tolchard Evans, Robert Hargreaves, Stanley J. Damerell)
      12/11/1947 Philco 43 Hello, Hello (G) (Kay Thompson)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 For Me And My Gal (E Ray Goetz, Edgar Leslie, George W. Meyer)
      14/3/1954 GEC 64 Young At Heart (Johnny Richards, Carolyn Leigh)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Up A Lazy River (Sidney Arodin, Hoagy Carmichael)
      9/11/1949 Chesterfield 8 Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 (Where Is Your Heart?) The Song From Moulin Rouge (Georges Auric, William Engvick)
      8/11/1950 Chesterfield 41 Lullaby Of Broadway (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      14/1/1948 Philco 52 It Might As Well Be Spring (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      6/11/1946 Philco 4 It's Only A Paper Moon (Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg, Billy Rose)
      27/11/1952 GEC 8 That's A-Plenty (Lew Pollack, Ray Gilbert)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 I Can Dream, Can't I? (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain)
      28/2/1954 GEC 62 Tell Me Why (Al Alberts, Marty Gold)
      11/12/1952 GEC 10 Takes Two To Tango (Al Hoffman, Dick Manning)
      25/10/1950 Chesterfield 39 Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      24/5/1950 Chesterfield 36 If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake (Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem Watts)
      15/12/1948 Philco 84 On A Slow Boat To China (Frank Loesser)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Mimi (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 You Belong To Me (Redd Stewart, Frank "Pee Wee" King, Chilton Price)
      1/1/1953 GEC 13 Wish You Were Here (Harold J. Rome)
      28/2/1951 Chesterfield 57 May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You (Meredith Willson)
      5/2/1953 GEC 18 Lady Of Spain (Henry Tilsley, Tolchard Evans, Robert Hargreaves, Stanley J. Damerell)
      18/10/1953 GEC 43 P.S. I Love You (Johnny Mercer, Gordon Jenkins)
      21/2/1954 GEC 61 That's What A Rainy Day Is For (Vic Mizzy, Mann Curtis)

Connie Boswell, George Burns, Maurice Chevalier, Rosemary Clooney, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Judy Garland, Bob Hope, Peggy Lee, Dick Powell, Kay Thompson (voc), Joe Rushton (Bax), The Andrews Sisters, The Four Aces, The Mills Brothers, The Rhythmaires, The Williams Brothers Quartet (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, Skitch Henderson (pno), Perry Botkin (gtr), Nick Fatool (dms)


Title: KRAFT MUSIC HALL December 24th 1942
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 13     Rel. Year: 1978
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 The Steam Is On The Beam (G) (John W Green, George Marion Jr.)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 Red River Valley (G) (Traditional)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 Why Don't You Fall In Love With Me? (Mabel Wayne, Al Lewis)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 Letter to Virginia (G)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 Sweet Little Jesus Boy (G) (Robert MacGimsey)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (Cole Porter)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 Good Morning Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip! (Robert Lloyd)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 That Soldier Of Mine (G) (Matt Dennis, Paul Herrick)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Traditional)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 The Toy Trumpet (G) (Raymond Scott)
      24/12/1942 KMH 275 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber)

Janet Blair, Bing Crosby (voc), The Charioteers, The Music Maids And Hal (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Studio Audience (cho), Fay Bainter (spk)


Title: BING CROSBY - BING'S PARTY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: ARTISTIC     Cat. Num.: ART 001     Rel. Year: 1979
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Love Is So Terrific (Sunny Skylar, Arthur Shaftel)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 But Beautiful (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      17/12/1947 Philco 48 Ballerina (S. K. "Bob" Russell, Carl Sigman)
      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 Somebody Loves Me (Buddy DeSylva, George Gershwin, Ballard McDonald)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 Love Is Sweeping The Country (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 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 Saturday Date (Jack Brooks)
      18/12/1952 GEC 11 Some Sunny Day (Irving Berlin)
      11/2/1948 Philco 56 Civilisation (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) (Bob Hilliard, Carl Sigman)
      11/1/1950 Chesterfield 17 You're Wonderful (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans, Victor Young)
      31/3/1948 Philco 63 Love Is So Terrific (Sunny Skylar, Arthur Shaftel)
      18/12/1952 GEC 11 To See You Is To Love You (Jimmy 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'S MUSIC HALL HIGHLIGHTS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 16     Rel. Year: 1979
      24/2/1944 KMH 323 It's Only A Paper Moon (Harold Arlen, E Y (Yip) Harburg, Billy Rose)
      20/1/1944 KMH 318 You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
      13/1/1944 KMH 317 Candlelight And Wine (Jimmy McHugh, Harold Adamson)
      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 (Albert von Tilzer, Junie McCree)
      30/12/1943 KMH 315 As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
      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 A While (Abner Silver, Nick A Kenny, Charles F Kenny)
      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)

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


Title: BING - THE FINAL CHAPTER
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BBC (UK)     Cat. Num.: REB398     Rel. Year: 1980
02:36 11/10/1977 BBC Feels Good, Feels Right (Mitzi Welch, Ken Welch)
02:56 11/10/1977 BBC Nevertheless (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby)
      30/8/1975 BBC Interview With Michael Parkinson
02:56 11/10/1977 BBC The Only Way To Go (Tim Rice, Marvin Hamlisch)
04:16 11/10/1977 BBC Summer Wind (Johnny Mercer, Hans Bradtke, Henry Meyer)
      27/8/1944 BBC Radio Easter Parade (Irving Berlin)
03:50 11/10/1977 BBC The Night Is Young And You're So Beautiful (Billy Rose, Irving Kahal, Dana Suesse)
03:39 11/10/1977 BBC There's Nothing I Haven't Sung About (Lyn Duddy, Jerry Bresler)
03:11 11/10/1977 BBC As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
02:53 11/10/1977 BBC Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      11/10/1977 BBC Interview With Alan Dell

Bing Crosby (voc, inv), Anne Shelton (voc), Gordon Rose and his Orchestra (orc), Jack Rusin (pno), Michael Parkinson (inr)


Title: BING'S MAGIC
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MAGIC     Cat. Num.: AWE1     Rel. Year: 1980
      27/10/1948 Philco 77 It's Magic (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      21/4/1948 Philco 66 Hooray For Love (Harold Arlen, Leo Robin)
      21/4/1948 Philco 66 How Lucky You Are (Desmond O'Connor, Eddie Cassen)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Rambling Rose (Joe Burke, Joe McCarthy Jr.)
      17/11/1948 Philco 80 Buttons And Bows (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      17/11/1948 Philco 80 Until (Jack Fulton, Hunter Kahler, Bob Crosby)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Jerome Brainin, Buddy Bernier)
      29/12/1948 Philco 86 Maybe You'll Be There (Rube Bloom, Sammy Gallop)
      6/10/1948 Philco 74 Love Somebody (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney)
      20/10/1948 Philco 76 My Happiness (Betty Peterson, Bonny Bergantine)
      12/5/1948 Philco 69 You're Too Dangerous, Cherie (Louiguy, Mack David)
      2/6/1948 Philco 72 Nature Boy (Eden Ahbez)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Wildflower (Vincent Youmans, Oscar Hammerstein II)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Look For The Silver Lining (Jerome Kern, Buddy DeSylva)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Mandy (Irving Berlin)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Exactly Like You (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 You Are Too Beautiful (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)

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


Title: BING CROSBY - KRAFT MUSIC HALL 12th March 1942
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 02     Rel. Year: 1980
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 How About You? (Burton Lane, Ralph Freed)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 Dear Old Donegal (Steve Graham)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 I Don't Want To Walk Without You (Jule Styne, Frank Loesser)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 Classical Medley - Paderewski- Minuet; Rossini-William Tell Overture; Strauss-Blue Danube; Liszt-Hungarian Rhapsody No2 (G)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 The Saga Of Jenny (G) (Kurt Weill, Ira Gershwin)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 Darling Nellie Gray (Benjamin Russ Hanby)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 That's A-Plenty (G) (Henry Creamer, Bert Williams)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 Les Filles De Cadiz (G) (Leo Delibes)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 The Song Of The Quartermaster Corps (Edward Fox, D. G. Paston, H. Orenstein)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 The Anvil Chorus (G) (Giuseppe Verdi)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 Miss You (Harry Tobias, Charles Tobias, Henry H Tobias)
      12/3/1942 KMH 249 My Country, 'Tis of Thee (aka "America") (G) (Samuel Francis Smith)

Bing Crosby, Mary Martin (voc), Pat O'Brien (voc, spk), The Music Maids And Hal, The Music Maids (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Wingy Manone (tr), Victor Borge (pno)


Title: MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC!
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: GRAPPENHAUSER     Cat. Num.: GRAP1001     Rel. Year: 1981
      5/4/1950 Chesterfield 29 Music! Music! Music! (Stephan Weiss, Bernie Baum)
      15/3/1950 Chesterfield 26 Marta (Moises Simons, L Wolfe Gilbert)
      15/3/1950 Chesterfield 26 Copper Canyon (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 The Wedding Samba (Abraham Ellstein, Joseph Liebowitz, Allan Small)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      1/3/1950 Chesterfield 24 Whispering Hope (Alice Hawthorne)
      28/5/1952 Chesterfield 109 I'll Walk Alone (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      25/4/1954 GEC 70 A Dime And A Dollar (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      26/3/1953 GEC 25 Heart And Soul (Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 The Dipsy Doodle (Larry Clinton)
      16/4/1953 GEC 28 Till I Waltz Again With You (Sidney Prosen)
      16/4/1953 GEC 28 Why Don't You Believe Me? (Lew Douglas, King Laney, Ray Rodd)
      1/3/1950 Chesterfield 24 Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) (Herb Magidson, Carl Sigman)
      29/3/1950 Chesterfield 28 Candy And Cake (Bob Merrill)
      29/3/1950 Chesterfield 28 Everybody Loves My Baby (Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams)
      2/5/1954 GEC 71 From The Vine Came The Grape (Paul Cunningham, Leonard Whitcup)

Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Loulie Jean Norman (voc), The Andrews Sisters, Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), The Firehouse Five Plus Two, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING AND CONNEE "ON THE AIR"
Artist: Various Artists
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 18     Rel. Year: 1981
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 Manhattan (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      20/3/1941 KMH 214 You Ain't Kiddin' (Bix Stanley, Alex Nagorka, William "Billy" O'Brien)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 The Hut-Sut Song (Leo V. Killion, Jack Owens, Ted McMichael)
      12/6/1941 KMH 225 Everything Happens To Me (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis)
      21/11/1940 KMH 198 Let's Be Buddies (Cole Porter)
      13/3/1941 KMH 213 Number Ten Lullaby Lane (Bob Warren, Bob Carlton)
      20/11/1941 KMH 235 Rose O'Day (Al Lewis, Charles Tobias)
      15/5/1941 KMH 221 The Hut-Sut Song (Leo V. Killion, Jack Owens, Ted McMichael)
      14/11/1940 KMH 197 Basin Street Blues (Spencer Williams)
      30/1/1941 KMH 208 Oh! Look At Me Now (Joe Bushkin, Johnny De Vries)
      28/11/1940 KMH 199 Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
      22/5/1941 KMH 222 Easy Street (Ralph Butler, Noel Gay)
      5/6/1941 KMH 224 Yes, Indeed! (Sy Oliver)
      16/2/1944 MC 78 Between 18th And 19th On Chestnut Street (Will Osborne, Dick Rogers)

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


Title: BING AND THE MUSIC MAIDS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 21     Rel. Year: 1981
      20/4/1939 KMH 142 (Gotta Get Some) Shuteye (Walter Donaldson, Johnny Mercer)
      20/4/1939 KMH 142 Honolulu (Harry Warren, Gus Kahn)
      20/4/1939 KMH 142 (In A Bungalow) Where The Red, Red, Roses Grow (Jean Schwartz, William Jerome)
      20/4/1939 KMH 142 You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven (Gene Autry)
      30/11/1939 KMH 161 Stop! It's Wonderful (Clay Boland, Bix Reichner)
      28/12/1939 KMH 165 Alla En El Rancho Grande (Silvano Ramos, Bartley Costello, J D Del Morales, Emilio D Uranga)
      4/1/1940 KMH 166 Scatter-Brain (Kahn Keene, Carl C. Bean, Frankie Masters, Johnny Burke)
      4/1/1940 KMH 166 You're A Lucky Guy (Saul Chaplin)
      11/1/1940 KMH 167 Looking At The World Through Rose Coloured Glasses (Tommy Malie, Jimmy Steiger)
      11/1/1940 KMH 167 Holy Smoke! (Can't Ya Take A Joke?) (Royal Bernard Arntz, Johnny Mercer)
      15/2/1940 KMH 172 The Little Red Fox (Lew Porter, James V. Kern, Hy Heath, Johnny Lange)
      22/2/1940 KMH 173 Confucius Say (Cliff Friend, Carmen Lombardo)
      22/2/1940 KMH 173 Sunday (That One Day) (Chester Conn, Benny Krueger, Ned Miller (1899-1990), Jule Styne)
      22/2/1940 KMH 173 Sweet Potato Piper (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      4/4/1940 KMH 179 I've Got My Eyes On You (Cole Porter)
      9/5/1940 KMH 184 The Woodpecker Song (Harold Adamson, Eldo di Lazzaro)
      9/5/1940 KMH 184 Ma! He's Making Eyes At Me (Con Conrad, Sidney Clare)
      23/5/1940 KMH 186 Down By The Ohio (Oh! My! Oh!) (Jack Yellen, Abe Olman)
      23/5/1940 KMH 186 If I Had My Way (Lou Klein, James Kendis)
      13/3/1941 KMH 213 Friendly Tavern Polka (Frank De Vol, Jerry Bowne)

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


Title: MUSIC HALL HIGHLIGHTS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: SPOKANE (US)     Cat. Num.: Spokane 19     Rel. Year: 1981
      20/3/1941 KMH 214 My Mind's On You (Richard Ullman, Berrnard Simon)
      4/1/1940 KMH 166 Moonlight On The Ganges (Chester Wallace, Sherman Myers)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 The Moon Won't Talk (Chas. Hathaway, Helen Bliss)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 Maria Elena (S. K. "Bob" Russell, Lorenzo Barcelata)
      11/4/1940 KMH 180 Last Night's Gardenias (Sam Coslow, Helmy Kresa)
      19/6/1941 KMH 226 Yours (Jack Sherr, Augustin Rodriguez, Gonzalo Roig)
      5/6/1941 KMH 224 Play, Fiddle, Play (Arthur Altman, Emery Deutsch, Jack Lawrence)
      20/3/1941 KMH 214 G'bye Now (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      29/5/1941 KMH 223 It Was Wonderful Then (Berkeley Graham, Carley Mills)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 You Walk By (Ben Raleigh, Bernie Wayne)
      29/2/1940 KMH 174 Say Si Si (Ernesto Lecuona, Francia Luban, Al Stillman)
      18/7/1940 KMH 193 Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread) (Johnny Mercer, Rube Bloom)
      20/3/1941 KMH 214 May I Never Love Again (Sano Marco, Jack Erickson)
      6/3/1941 KMH 212 Loch Lomond (Traditional)
      6/1/1944 KMH 316 My Heart Tells Me (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
      19/6/1941 KMH 226 It Makes No Difference Now (Jimmie Davis, Floyd Tillman)

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


Title: BING CROSBY WITH JUDY GARLAND AND THE ANDREWS SISTERS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BLACK LION     Cat. Num.: BLM52003     Rel. Year: 1982
      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)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 I've Got You Under My Skin (G) (Cole Porter)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 Sketch - Wild Turkey Hunt
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B Sterling, Harry von Tilzer)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      27/11/1946 Philco 7 You Keep Coming Back Like A Song (Irving Berlin)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 Uncle Remus Said (Eliot Daniel, Hy Heath, Johnny Lange)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 Gotta Get Me Somebody To Love (Allie Wrubel)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 The Very Thought Of You (G) (Ray Noble)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 South America, Take It Away (Harold J. Rome)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 You Don't Have To Know The Language (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      26/2/1947 Philco 20 So Would I (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)

Bing Crosby, Judy Garland (voc), The Andrews Sisters, The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), Les Paul and his Trio (ing), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Ken Carpenter (ann), Skitch Henderson (pno), Les Paul (gtr)


Title: WHITE CHRISTMAS - BING CROSBY
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BLACK LION     Cat. Num.: BLM 52099      Rel. Year: 1982
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 A Thousand Violins (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 I Can Dream, Can't I (G) (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 Baby, It's Cold Outside (Frank Loesser)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (Mel Tormé, Robert Wells)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Adeste Fideles (Canon Frederick Oakley, John Francis Wade)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Silver Bells (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly (Traditional)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Away In A Manger (Anon, James Ramsey Murray)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 O Little Town Of Bethlehem (Phillips Brooks, Lewis H Redner)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 The First Noel (Traditional)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 That's What I Want For Christmas (G) (Irving Caesar, Gerald Marks)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
      19/12/1951 Chesterfield 86 Silent Night, Holy Night (Joseph Mohr, Franz Xaver Gruber)

Bing Crosby, Lindsay Crosby, Trudy Erwin, Carole Richards, James Stewart, Gloria Wood (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Choir (chr), Buddy Cole (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY - DARK MOON
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MAGIC     Cat. Num.: AWE7     Rel. Year: 1982
      16/4/1952 Chesterfield 103 Blacksmith Blues (Jack Holmes)
      5/3/1952 Chesterfield 97 Come What May (Allen Schiller, Al Sanchez)
      23/4/1952 Chesterfield 104 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Bob Merrill)
      12/3/1952 Chesterfield 98 Please, Mister Sun (Sid Frank, Ray Getzov)
      23/11/1949 Chesterfield 10 Everything I Have Is Yours (Harold Adamson, Burton Lane)
      14/12/1949 Chesterfield 13 A Thousand Violins (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
03:08 17/7/1957 Ford Road Show Dark Moon (Ned Miller (1925-2016))
      31/1/1951 Chesterfield 53 Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me (Arthur Swanstone, Charles McCarron, Carey Morgan)
      26/12/1951 Chesterfield 87 Down Yonder (Lewis Muir, L Wolfe Gilbert)
      9/10/1952 GEC 1 Feet Up! (Pat Him On The Po-Po) (Bob Merrill)
      20/11/1952 GEC 7 The Glow-Worm (Paul Lincke, Johnny Mercer, Lilla Cayley Robinson)
      21/9/1949 Chesterfield 1 (Part of comedy sketch) Mister Moon (Abe Burrows)
      12/10/1949 Chesterfield 4 A Cockeyed Optimist (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers)
      26/10/1949 Chesterfield 6 (Where Are You?) Now That I Need You (Frank Loesser)
      26/10/1949 Chesterfield 6 Maybe It's Because (Johnnie Scott, Harry Ruby)
02:27 9/6/1955 CBS radio recording session Chee Chee-Oo Chee (Sang the Little Bird) (Saverio Seracini, Geoffrey Parsons, John Turner)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Blame It On My Youth (Edward Heyman, Oscar Levant)
      10/11/1948 Philco 79 Lady, Play Your Mandolin (Irving Caesar, Oscar Levant)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), Buddy Cole and his Trio (ing), The Firehouse Five Plus Two, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Oscar Levant (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY WITH MAURICE CHEVALIER AND FRANKIE LAINE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BLACK LION     Cat. Num.: BLM52043     Rel. Year: 1983
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Smile Right Back At The Sun (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 I Want To Thank Your Folks (George David Weiss, Bennie Benjamin)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Ma Pomme (G) (Georges Fronsac, Charles Borel-Clerc, L. Rigot)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, Pierre Norman)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 My Love Parade (G) (Victor Schertzinger, Clifford Grey)
      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) (Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Louise (Leo Robin, Richard A Whiting)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Mimi (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 I'll Close My Eyes (Billy Reid, Buddy Kaye)
      21/5/1947 Philco 32 Philco Commercial
      26/11/1947 Philco 45 The Old Chaperone (Ramez Idriss, George Tibbles)
      26/11/1947 Philco 45 That's My Desire (G) (Helmy Kresa, Carroll Loveday)
      26/11/1947 Philco 45 The Man Without A Country (Edward Everett Hale, Jean Holloway, Victor Young)

Maurice Chevalier, Bing Crosby, Frankie Laine (voc), The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Supporting Cast (spk)


Title: BING CROSBY WITH PEGGY LEE, JACK BENNY AND GARY COOPER
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BLACK LION     Cat. Num.: BLM52033     Rel. Year: 1983
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 I Do, Do, Do Like You (Allie Wrubel)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons (G) (Deek Watson, William Best)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 What Am I Gonna Do About You? (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 Lover (G) (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 Love In Bloom (G) (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 Margie (Benny Davis, Con Conrad, J Russel Robinson)
      26/3/1947 Philco 24 The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson, Saul Chaplin, Ion Ivanovici)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 My Heart Is A Hobo (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 It Takes A Long, Long Train With A Red Caboose To Carry My Blues Away (Dick Charles, Larry Markes)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Mam'selle (Peter Wendling)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (Jerry Livingston, Al Hoffman, Mack David)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Peg O' My Heart (Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Home On The Range (Brewster M Higley, Daniel E Kelley)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 Alla En El Rancho Grande (Silvano Ramos, Bartley Costello, J D Del Morales, Emilio D Uranga)
      1/10/1947 Philco 37 You Do (Mack Gordon, Joseph Myrow)

Gary Cooper, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Mary Livingstone (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno), Jack Benny (vln)


Title: BING CROSBY WITH SPIKE JONES JIMMY DURANTE
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BLACK LION     Cat. Num.: BLM52013     Rel. Year: 1983
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 My Heart Goes Crazy (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Hawaiian War Chant (Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wai) (G) (Johnny Noble, Prince Leleiohoku, Ralph Freed)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Love In Bloom (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Fascinatin' Rhythm (G) (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 Little Surplus Me (G) (Harold J. Rome)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 All By Myself (Irving Berlin)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 On The Boardwalk (In Atlantic City) (G) (Mack Gordon, Joseph Myrow)
      23/10/1946 Philco 2 The Things We Did Last Summer (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      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 (Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Alvin Kaufman)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 You Gotta Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Stumbling (G) (Zez Confrey)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Didn’t Old Pharaoh Get Lost (G) (Traditional)
      4/12/1946 Philco 8 Rumours Are Flying (George David Weiss, Bennie Benjamin)
      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)

Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Lina Romay (voc), The Charioteers, Chorus (vgr), Spike Jones and his City Slickers, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Skitch Henderson (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY WITH GLENN MILLER
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: BROADWAY INTERMISSION (US)     Cat. Num.: BR114     Rel. Year: 1983
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 The Girl In The Bonnet Of Blue (Ross Parker)
      7/7/1938 KMH 113 When The Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves For Alabam' (Irving Berlin)
      17/11/1938 KMH 120 The Lady On The Two Cent Stamp (Harry Warren, Al Dubin, Johnny Mercer)
      17/11/1938 KMH 120 I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls (Michael William Balfe, Alfred Bunn)
      20/4/1939 KMH 142 (In A Bungalow) Where The Red, Red, Roses Grow (Jean Schwartz, William Jerome)
      31/8/1944 BBC Radio Long Ago (And Far Away) (Gershwin/Kern) (Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern)
      31/8/1944 BBC Radio Amor (Sunny Skylar, Gabriel Ruiz)
      31/8/1944 BBC Radio Swinging On A Star (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      31/8/1944 BBC Radio Poinciana (Song Of The Tree) (Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon)

Bing Crosby (voc), The Crew Chiefs, The Music Maids (vgr), Glenn Miller and the American Band Of the Allied Expeditionary Force, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: DOROTHY KIRSTEN - ENCHANTED EVENINGS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: Glendale Records     Cat. Num.: GL 9003     Rel. Year: 1983
      1/11/1950 Chesterfield 40 Accidents Will Happen (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
      24/11/1948 Philco 81 These Foolish Things (Holt Marvel (Eric Maschwitz), Jack Strachey, Harry Link)

Bing Crosby, Dorothy Kirsten (voc), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)

NOTES:
The LP contains many duets with Bing, Al Jolson and Frank Sinatra as well as solos by Ms Kirsten. Only the Crosby items are listed.


Title: BING CROSBY AND FRIENDS
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MAGIC     Cat. Num.: AWE3     Rel. Year: 1983
      22/3/1950 Chesterfield 27 Dearie (Bob Hilliard, David Mann)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Lazy Bones (Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 The Wedding Samba (Abraham Ellstein, Joseph Liebowitz, Allan Small)
      8/2/1950 Chesterfield 21 Lonesome In The Saddle (Jack Brooks)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Just The Way You Are (Ralph Freed)
      22/2/1950 Chesterfield 23 Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (E Ray Goetz, Peter Wendling, Joe Young)
      1/3/1950 Chesterfield 24 Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) (Herb Magidson, Carl Sigman)
      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 (Irving Berlin)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Hello! Ma Baby (Joseph E Howard, Ida Emerson)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 In My Merry Oldsmobile (Vincent P Bryan, Gus Edwards)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon (Irving Berlin)
      7/2/1951 Chesterfield 54 Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert)
      30/1/1952 Chesterfield 92 If You Catch A Little Cold (I'll Sneeze For You) (Hal Borne, Buddy Kaye)
      25/1/1950 Chesterfield 19 Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis, Vincent Rose, Larry Stock)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Lily Of Laguna (Paul Francis Webster, Leslie Stuart, Ted Fio Rito)
      26/5/1948 Philco 71 Goodbyee (Bert Lee, R. P. Weston)

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 Firehouse Five Plus Two, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY AND FRIENDS - Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: MAGIC     Cat. Num.: AWE10     Rel. Year: 1984
      1/1/1947 Philco 12 Baby, You Can Count On Me (Redd Stewart, Vernon Duke)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 The Song's Gotta Come From The Heart (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn)
      22/1/1947 Philco 15 La Borrachita (I Fernandez Esperon, Al Stewart)
      12/2/1947 Philco 18 Go West, Young Man (Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby)
      13/11/1946 Philco 5 Timber (Billy Hill, Bob Emmerich)
      13/11/1946 Philco 5 You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell)
      11/6/1947 Philco 35 Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better) (Irving Berlin)
      22/10/1947 Philco 40 Clementine (Percy Montrose, James Campbell)
      8/1/1947 Philco 13 Until The Next Time (Mickey Rooney)
      19/11/1947 Philco 44 Indian Summer (Victor Herbert, Al Dubin)
      16/4/1947 Philco 27 I Still Suits Me (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      18/6/1947 Philco 36 For What? (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On the Farm) (Irving Berlin)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 Where The Black-Eyed Susans Grow (Richard A Whiting, Dave Radford)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 Lazy (Irving Berlin)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 Susannah's Squeaking Shoes (Muriel Lillie)
      5/2/1947 Philco 17 (reprise) I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On the Farm) (Irving Berlin)
      19/3/1947 Philco 23 Brahms's Lullaby (Natalia Macfarren, Johannes Brahms)
      4/6/1947 Philco 34 Keep On Smiling (Rudolf Friml, Young Rida Johnson)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Whispering (John Schonberger, Richard Coburn, Vincent Rose)
      15/2/1950 Chesterfield 22 Bye, Bye Baby (Jule Styne, Leo Robin)

Fred Allen, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Bob Hope, Burl Ives, Al Jolson, Dorothy Kirsten, Peggy Lee, Beatrice Lillie, Groucho Marx, Ethel Merman, Ezio Pinza, Lina Romay, Mickey Rooney (voc), Chorus, The Rhythmaires (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Alec Templeton (pno)


Title: BING CROSBY IN THE THIRTIES - Volume 1
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: JSP (UK)     Cat. Num.: JSP1076     Rel. Year: 1984
      7/8/1932 PCVE68379-1 (Publicity disc) Please (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      7/8/1932 PCVE68378-2 (Publicity disc) Here Lies Love (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      9/1/1936 KMH 6 Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks)
      9/1/1936 KMH 6 With All My Heart (Kahn, McHugh) (Gus Kahn, Jimmy McHugh)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 One, Two, Button Your Shoe (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 Let's Call A Heart A Heart (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 On The Beach At Waikiki (Henry Kailmai, G. H. Stover)
      15/10/1936 KMH 36 So Do I (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)
      7/10/1937 KMH 74 Smiles (J Will Callahan, Lee M Roberts)
      14/10/1937 KMH 75 (You Know It All) Smarty (Burton Lane, Ralph Freed)
      14/10/1937 KMH 75 Can I Forget You? (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      14/10/1937 KMH 75 Where Or When (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
      21/10/1937 KMH 76 Have You Got Any Castles, Baby? (Johnny Mercer, Richard A Whiting)
      21/10/1937 KMH 76 Sweet Little You (Irving Bibo)
      21/10/1937 KMH 76 The Moon Got In My Eyes (Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston)
      28/10/1937 KMH 77 Whispers In The Dark (Frederick Hollander, Leo Robin)
      28/10/1937 KMH 77 Josephine (Burke Bivens, Gus Kahn, Wayne King)

Bing Crosby (voc), Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra, Nat Finston and his Paramount Orchestra, John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)


Title: BING CROSBY IN THE THIRTIES - Volume 2
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: JSP (UK)     Cat. Num.: JSP1084     Rel. Year: 1985
      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, Saul 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, Harry Pease, Howard Johnson)
      18/11/1937 KMH 80 There's A Girl In The Heart Of Maryland (Harry Carroll, Ballard MacDonald)
      18/11/1937 KMH 80 Can I Forget You? (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern)
      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 If It's The Last Thing I Do (Sammy Cahn, Saul 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 (Milton Ager, Ned Wever)
      16/12/1937 KMH 84 Swingin' 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)
      30/12/1937 KMH 86 Once In A While (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
      30/12/1937 KMH 86 See Note That Old Feeling (Sammy Fain, Nacio Herb Brown)
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 Rosalie (Cole Porter)
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 Remember Me? (Al Dubin, Harry Warren)

Constance Bennett, Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc), Perry Botkin (gtr)


Title: BING CROSBY IN THE THIRTIES - Volume 3
Artist: Bing Crosby
Format: LP 12"     Label: JSP (UK)     Cat. Num.: JSP1104     Rel. Year: 1986
      6/1/1938 KMH 87 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      13/1/1938 KMH 88 The Birth Of The Blues (Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson)
      13/1/1938 KMH 88 This Is My Night To Dream (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 Pale Venetian Moon (Jerome Kern, Anne Caldwell)
      20/1/1938 KMH 89 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      27/1/1938 KMH 90 Show Me The Way To Go Home (Irving King (pseudonym of the English songwriting team James Campbell and Reginald Connelly))
      27/1/1938 KMH 90 You Took The Words Right Out Of My Heart (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      27/1/1938 KMH 90 Rosalie (Cole Porter)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 The Dipsy Doodle (Larry Clinton)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 On The Sentimental Side (Johnny Burke, James V Monaco)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 Moonlight Bay (Edward Madden, Percy Wenrich)
      3/2/1938 KMH 91 I See Your Face Before Me (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 Gypsy Love Song (Victor Herbert, Harry Bache Smith)
      10/2/1938 KMH 92 Thanks For The Memory (Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 The Gypsy In My Soul (Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 You're A Sweetheart (Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh)
      17/2/1938 KMH 93 My Heart Stood Still (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
      24/2/1938 KMH 94 Side By Side (Harry M. Woods)
      24/2/1938 KMH 94 An Old Flame Never Dies (Arthur Schwartz, Al Stillman, Laurence Stallings)
      10/3/1938 KMH 96 Sympathy (Rudolf Friml, Otto Harbach, Gus Kahn)

Bing Crosby (voc), Paul Taylor Choristers (vgr), John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (orc)