CD Songs of World War II

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"The most beautiful song has never prevented war, but the most terrible wars have sometimes induced beautiful songs". (LAO TSEU)

  1. OVER THERE (G.M.Cohan) + NBC Broadcast/Radio - NEW-YORK, 1943-1944.
    GLENN MILLER & THE ARMY AIR FORCE BAND : (personnel collectif/Collective personnel) Zeke ZARCHY, Bobby NICHOLS, Bernie PRIVIN, Jack STEELE, Whitey THOMAS (tp) ; Jim PRIDDY, Larry HALL, Johnny HALLIBURTON, Jim HARWOOD (tb) ; Michael "Peanuts" HUCKO (cl) ; Freddy GUERRA (as) ; Hank FREEMAN, Chuck GENTRY (as, bars) ; Vince CARBONE, Jack FERRIER (ts) Addison COLLINS (french horn) ; Mel POWELL, Lou STEIN (p) ; Carmen MASTREN (g) Trigger ALPERT (b) ; Ray McKINLEY (dm) ; entre 6 et 18 violons, violons alto, violoncelles/between 6 and 18 violins, violas, cellos ; M. POWELL (arr) ; Alton Glenn MILLER (dir).
  2. ON IRA PENDRE NOTRE LINGE SUR LA LIGNE SIEGFRIED (WE'RE GONNA HANG OUT THE WASHING ON THE SIEGFRIED LINE)(J.Kennedy-M.Carr-P.Misraki) + Pathé PA-1873 (CPT 4986-1) - PARIS, 2/11/1939.
    RAY VENTURA & SON ORCRESTRE : Paul CHAVET, André CORNILLE (tp) ; Philippe BRUN (tp, voc) ; André CAUZARD, Guy PAQUINET, Josse BREYÈRE (tb) ; Christian WAGNER (cl, as) ; John ARSLANIAN (cl, ts, bars) ; Alix COMBELLE (ts) ; Roger du HAUTBOURG, Jean-Louis JEANSON, Jean PIRENET (vln) ; Bob VAZ (p) ; Louis GASTÉ (g) ; Louis VOLA (b) ; "Coco" ASLAN (dm, perc, voc) ; Paul MISRAKI (arr, voc) ; Ray VENTURA (dir).
  3. THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS (J.Kern-O.Hammerstein) + Decca 3591 (DLA 2296) - LOS ANGELES, 24/12/1940. TONY MARTIN (voc), acc. by VICTOR YOUNG & his Orchestra
  4. THE ST. LOUIS BLUES MARCH (W.C.Handy) + NBC Broadcast/Radio - NEW YORK, 1943-1944.
    GLENN MILLER & THE ARMY AIR FORCE BAND : voir la formation en titre 1 / For personnel, see track 1. Glenn MILLER & Ray McKINLEY (arr).
  5. THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER (Burton-Kent) + Decca 4103 (69993-A) - NEW YORK, 3/12/1941.
    JIMMY DORSEY & his ORCHESTRA : Nate KAZEBIER, Jimmy CAMPBELL, Shorty SOLOMON (tp) ; Don MATTISON, Nat LOBOVSKY, Sonny LEE (tb) ; Jimmy DORSEY (as, cl, ldr) ; Milt YANER, Sam RUBINOWICH (as, bars) ; Charles FRAZIER, Herbie HAYMER (ts) ; Joe LIPPMAN (p, arr) ; Guy SMITH (g) ; Jack RYAN (b) ; Buddy SCHUTZ (dm) ; Bob EBERLE (Voc).
  6. I'LL BE SEEING YOU (I.Kahal-S.Fain) + RCA (Victor) 26539 (BS 047708-1) - NEW YORK, 26/02/1940.
    TOMMY DORSEY & his ORCHESTRA with FRANK SINATRA : Zeke ZARCHY, Ray LINN, Jimmy BLAKE (tp) ; Tommy DORSEY (tb, ldr) ; Ward SILLOWAY, Lowell MARTIN (tb) ; Johnny MINTZ (cl, as) ; Les ROBINSON, Fred STULCE (as) ; Paul MASON Babe RUSSIN (ts) ; Bob KITZIS (p) ; Benny HELER (g) ; Gene TRAXLER (b) ; Buddy RICH (dm) ; Frank SINATRA (voc).
  7. DER FÜHRER'S FACE (Wallace) + Standard Program Library R-138 (PMS 072578) - HOLLYWOOD, 31/07/1942.
    SPIKE JONES and his CITY SLICKERS : Don ANDERSON (tp) ; Kingsley JACKSON (tb) ; Delmar S. "Del" PORTER (cl, as) ; Carl GRAYSON (vln, voc) ; Frank LEITHNER (p) ; Luther "Red" ROUNDTREE (bj) ; J."Country" WASHBURNE (tuba); Lindley Armstrong "Spike" JONES (dm, washboard, cowbells, auto-horns, guns, etc., ldr).
  8. LILY MARLENE (N. Schultze-H.Leip-M. Dietrich) + Decca 23456 (W 73031-1) - NEW YORK, 7/09/1945.
    MARLENE DIETRICH, acc. by CHARLES MAGNANTE & his Orchestra.
  9. ANCHORS AWEIGH (D.Savino-Zimmerman-Lottman) + Decca F.8262 (DR 7153-2) - LONDRES/LONDON, 11/01/1943.
    THE ROYAL AIR FORCE DANCE ORCHESTRA : Tommy McQUATER, Archie CRAIG (cnt, tp) ; Eric BREEZE (tb) ; George CHISHOLM (tb, arr) ; Tom BRADBURY, Harry LEWIS (cl, as) ; Andy McDEVITT, Jimmy DURRANT (cl, ts) ; Ronnie ALDRICH (p) ; Sid COLLINS (g) Arthur MADEN (b) ; Jock CUMMINGS (dm) ; Sgt. Jimmy MILLER (dir).
  10. WHITE CHRISTMAS (I.Berlin) + Decca 18429 (DLA 3009-B) - LOS ANGELES, 29/05/1942.
    BING CROSBY, acc. by JOHN SCOTT TROTTER & his orchestra.
  11. BOOGIE-WOOGIE BUGLE BOY (D.Raye-prince) + Decca 3598 (DLA 2326) - LOS ANGELES, 2/01/1941.
    THE ANDREWS SISTERS (Laverne, Maxene & Patti), acc. by VIC SCHOEN & his Orchestra.
  12. AS TIME GOES BY (H.Hupfeld) + Bande-son film/Film-Soundtrack (Casablanca) - HOLLYWOOD, 1943.
    DOOLEY WILSON, piano & vocal - with INGRID BERGMAN.
  13. SWING OUT TO VICTORY (T.Waller-E.Kirkeby) + RCA (BlueBird) B-11569 (BS 075424-1) - NEW YORK, 13/07/1942.
    FATS WALLER and his RHYTHM : John "Bugs" HAMILTON (tp) ; Eugene SEDRIC (cl, ts) ; Thomas "Fats" WALLER (p, voc) ; Albert CASEY (g) ; Cedric WALLACE (b) ; Arthur TRAPPIER (dm).
  14. LE CHANT DES PARTISANS (A.Marly-J.Kessel-M.Druon) + Pathé-Marconi (VsM) SG-298 (OLA 4631-1) - PARIS, 14/06/1946.
    GERMAINE SABLON, avec acc. d'Orchestre - dir. GUY LUYPAERTS.
  15. I'LL GET BY (AS LONG AS I HAVE YOU)(R.Turk-Alhert) + Decca 18579 - NEW YORK, 03/1944.
    THE INK SPOTS (vocal quartet) : Charles FUQUA (tenor & g) ; Bill KENNY (tenor & cymbal) ; Ivory WATSON (baritone & g) ; Orville JONES (baritone & b).
  16. POINCIANA (M.Powell) + NBC Broadcast/Radio - NEW YORK, 1943-1944.
    GLENN MILLER & THE ARMY AIR FORCE BAND : voir la formation en titre 1 / For personnel see track 1. Mel POWELL (arr).
  17. SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (Brown-Green-Homer) + CBS (Columbia) 36769 (Co 33822-1) - NEW YORK, 20/11/1944.
    DORIS DAY with LES BROWN & his Orchestra.
  18. G.I. JIVE (J.Mercer) + Capitol 141 - LOS ANGELES, 09/1943.
    JOHNNY MERCER with PAUL WESTON & his Orchestra.
  19. VICT'RY POLKA (J. Styne-G. Kahn) + Decca 23277 (L 3198) - LOS ANGELES, 27/09/1943.
    BING CROSBY & THE ANDREWS SISTERS.
  20. MARCHE DE LA DEUXIÈME D.B. (Marche officielle de la Division Leclerc) (N.Ledur-V. Clowez) + Pathe-Marconi (VsM) SG-197 (OLA 5675-1) - PARIS, Nov. 1949.

Characteristics

1 CD
1 livret de 28 pages

Publisher
Frémeaux et Associés
Categories
Books, CD / DVD
CD Songs of World War II
CD Songs of World War II

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