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DISC 1

1. In The Mood - Glenn Miller
2. Take The ‘A’ Train - Duke Ellington
3. Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy) - Jimmy Dorsey (with Helen O'Connell)
4. Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall - Ella Fitzgerald & The Ink Spots
5. I’ll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time - The Andrews Sisters
6. After You’re Gone - Benny Goodman
7. Together - Dick Haymes & Helen Forest
8. Skyliner - Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra
9. You Always Hurt The One You Love - The Mills Brothers
10. Tangerine - Jimmy Dorsey (with Bob Eberly & Helen O'Connell)
11. Sentimental Journey - Les Brown (with Doris Day)
12. Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby - Louis Jordan
13. Don't Fence Me In - Bing Crosby (with The Andrews Sisters)
14. Big Noise From Winnetka - Bob Crosby’s Bob Cats
15. Comin’ In On A Wing And A Prayer - The Song Spinners
16. Over The Rainbow - Judy Garland
17. Begin The Beguine - Eddie Heywood & His Orchestra
18. Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition - Kay Kyser
19. Shoo Shoo Baby - Ella Mae Morse
20. I’ll Be Seeing You - Tommy Dorsey

DISC 2

1. Frenesi - Artie Shaw & Orchestra
2. For Me And My Gal - Judy Garland & Gene Kelly
3. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square - Glenn Miller (with Ray Eberle)
4. G.I. Jive - Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
5. You'll Never Know - Dick Haymes & The Song Spinners
6. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - The Andrews Sisters
7. Wishing (Will Make It So) - Turner Layton
8. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar - Will Bradley & Orchestra
9. Do I Worry - The Ink Spots
10. Swingin’ On A Star - Bing Crosby
11. Whispering - Tommy Dorsey
12. Remember Pearl Harbour - Sammy Kaye & Orchestra
13. The Hut Sut Song - Freddy Martin & Orchestra
14. Paper Doll - The Mills Brothers
15. My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time - Doris Day & Les Brown
16. Pompton Turnpike - Charlie Barnet & Orchestra
17. Blues In The Night (My Mama Done Told Me) - Woody Herman & Orchestra
18. My Shining Hour - Glen Gray
19. I’m Beginning To See The Light - Duke Ellington
20. When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) - Vaughn Monroe & Orchestra

American Favourites From The War Years

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD772

Bar-Code 5060143497728

Availability: In stock

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On Sunday 7 December 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and America found itself embroiled in World War II. Response among the nation's tunesmith's was immediate. Within ten days, Sammy Kaye's band recorded a hit titled Remember Pearl Harbor and America's Tin Pan Alley became Tin Hat Alley as it sought to fashion songs that inspired a mixture of patriotism and a kind of nostalgia for times that seemed to have evaporated in the aftermath of President Roosevelt's acclaimed “Day Of Infamy”.

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