Show 227

Music of 1943 Part 1
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Show Playlist

Paper Doll - The Mills Brothers
Commentary - All Commentary is by Bashful Bob
Sunday, Monday or Always - Bing Crosby
As Time Goes By - Rudy Vallee
Hit the Road to Dreamland - Les Brown
In My Arms - Dick Haymes
It's Always You - Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey
Pistol Packin' Mama - Al Dexter
There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere - Jimmy Wakely
Oh What a Beautiful Morning - Bing Crosby and Trudy Erwin
People Will Say We're in Love - Bing Crosby and Trudy Erwin
Douce France - Charles Trenet
Brazil - Xavier Cougat
So Vendo Que Belez - Carmen Costa
Meus Vinte Anos - Silvio Caldas
Quatro Ases e um Coringa - Terra Seca
Sempre No Meu Coracao - Orlando Silva
Shoo Shoo Baby - Ella Mae Morse
Don't Get Around Much Anymore - Duke Ellington
Boogie-Woogie - Tommy Dorsey
Don't Cry Baby - Erskine Hawkins
Evil Gal Blues - Dinah Washington
They're Either too Young or too Old - Jimmy Dorsey with Kitty Kallen - vocals
When the Lights go on Again - Vaughan Monroe
It Can't be Wrong - Dick Haymes
Blue Rain - Glenn Miller
As Time Goes By - Jacques Reynard - Frank Munn, vocals
That Old Black Magic - Margaret Whiting
All for You - Nat King Cole
There are Such Things - Tommy Dorsey and the Pied Pipers featuring Jo Stafford
You'd be so Nice to Come Home to - Dinah Shore
It could Happen to You - Jo Stafford
Mr. Five by Five - Harry James with Helen Forrest - vocals
Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart - Judy garland
Let's get Lost - Kay Kyser
Goodbye Sue - Perry Como
In the Blue of the Evening - Tommy Dorsey
I'm Old-fashioned - Fred Astaire