Show 231

Music of 1945 Part 1
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Show Playlist

Sentimental Journey - Les Brown, vocals by Doris Day
Commentary - All Commentary is by Bashful Bob
On the Atcheson, Topeka and the Santa Fe - Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers
Along the Navajo Trail - Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters
There, I've Said it Again - Vaughan Monroe
Opus One - Tommy Dorsey
Gotta be This or That - Benny Goodman
Angelina - Louis Prima
Caledonia - Louis Jordan
Chicago Breakdown - Big Maceo Merriweather
Rifftide - Coleman Hawkins
Groovin' High - Dizzy Gillespie
Billies Bounce - Charlie Parker
Accentuate the Positive - Johnny Mercer
I'll Buy that Dream - Harry James, Kitty Kallen - vocals
It Might as well be Spring - Margaret Whiting
The More I see You - Dick Haymes
I can't begin to tell You - Bing Crosby with Carmen Cavallero
Anjos do Inferno - Bolinda de Papel
Boogie-Woogie na favela - Cyro Monteiro
Peguei Unita No Norte - Dorival Caymmi
Maria Bethania - Nelson Concalves
Who threw the Whisky in the Well - Lucky Millader and Orchestra; Wynonie Harris - vocals
Tampico - Stan Kenton
Give Me the Simple Life - Tony Bennett
I'm Beginning to see the Light - Harry James, Kitty Kallen - vocals
You belong to My Heart - Bing Crosby with Xavier Cougat and Orchestra
It's been a Long, Long Time - Harry James, Helen Forrest - vocals
Friend of Yours - Frank Sinatra
If I Loved You - Perry Como
Love Letters - Dick Haymes
Waitin' for the Train to come in - Peggy Lee
Full Moon and Empty Arms - Frank Sinatra
Till the End of Time - Parry Como
Dream - Frank Sinatra
Cocktails for Two - Spike Jones and His City Slickers