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Bing! His Legendary Years, 1931 to 1957 ()

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Bing! His Legendary Years, 1931 to 1957 - Bing Crosby
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  1. Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day)
  2. Out of Nowhere
  3. Just One More Chance
  4. I'm Through With Love
  5. I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cent Store)
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  1. Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day)
  2. Out of Nowhere
  3. Just One More Chance
  4. I'm Through With Love
  5. I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cent Store)
  6. At Your Command
  7. I Apologize
  8. Dancing in the Dark
  9. Stardust
  10. The Moon Was Yellow
  11. Two Cigarettes in the Dark
  12. With Every Breath I Take
  13. June in January
  14. Love Is Just Around the Corner
  15. Soon
  16. Down by the River
  17. It's Easy to Remember
  18. Red Sails in the Sunset
  19. Silent Night
  20. I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'
  21. I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)
  22. Pennies from Heaven
  23. A Fine Romance
  24. Sweet Leilani
  25. Blue Hawaii
  26. Too Marvelous for Words
  27. It's the Natural Thing to Do
  28. The Moon Got in My Eyes
  29. Remember Me
  30. Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)
  31. Don't Be That Way
  32. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  33. Small Fry
  34. I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams
  35. Mexicali Rose
  36. You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
  37. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)
  38. Somebody Loves Me
  39. What's New?
  40. Sierra Sue
  41. Trade Winds
  42. Only Forever
  43. New San Antonio Rose
  44. Humpty Dumpty Heart
  45. Deep in the Heart of Texas
  46. Wait 'Til the Sun Shines, Nellie
  47. When My Dreamboat Comes Home
  48. White Christmas
  49. Easter Parade
  50. Be Careful, It's My Heart
  51. Adeste Fideles
  52. Moonlight Becomes You
  53. Sunday, Monday or Always
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This four-CD set does a superb job of summing up Bing Crosby's years with Decca. After nine titles from 1931 (which were acquired by Decca later on), the program concentrates on the 1934-1957 period and, in addition to the expected hits, all aspects of his career are covered. Despite a few Dixieland-flavored selections, Crosby had largely abandoned jazz by the late '30s, but his phrasing (which was influenced by Louis Armstrong) and appealing voice should be of interest to jazz listeners. His ballads grew in stature in ...

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