70th Music for 1944 or 1945. The twenty 1944 songs found on this CD/Card combo will bring any party to life and get people talking about the time and music of 1944! Where they were on December 7th, who they were seeing and how they felt.
The 70th birthday music that is on this CD include many of the 1944 top hits: The1944 top hits on this CD has: Body & Soul (Glenn Miller), Cocktails For Two (Spike Jones & His City Slickers), Der Fuehrer's Face (Spike Jones & His City Slickers), Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me (Lena Horne), Don't Fence Me In (Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters), Fashion Plate Daddy (Memphis Minnie), I Didn't Know About You (Lena Horne), I Fall In Love Too Easily (Frank Sinatra), I´ll Get By (Dick Haymes & Harry James), I´m Confessin (Perry Como), I m Beginning To See The Light (Kitty Kallen & Harry James), I've Got A Heart Filled With Love (Glenn Miller), Opus One (Tommy Dorsey), Prisoner Of Love (Teddy Wilson & Lena Horne), Sentimental Journey (Doris Day & Les Brown), Shame On You (Spade Cooley), Stardust (Dinah Shore), Start Off Each Day With A Song (Jimmy Durante & Eddie Jackson), There, I've Said It Again (Vaughn Monroe), Tico Tico (Ethel Smith.
The 1945 songs are: The 1945 songs that are on this CD are: ´S Wonderful (Artie Shaw), ´Till The End Of Time (Perry Como), All Through The Day (Margaret Whiting), Chloe (Red Ingle & Spike Jones), Daybreak Serenade (Jess Stacy), I Can´t Begin To Tell You (Betty Grable & Harry James), I Cover The Waterfront (Billie Holiday), I´m Gonna Love That Guy (Adelaide Hall), Laura (Woody Herman & His Orchestra), Let The Rest Of The World Go By (Dorothy Squires), One More For My Baby (And One More For The Road) (Lena Horne), Sentimental Journey (Doris Day), Snag It (Bunk Johnson & His New Orleans Band), Stone Cold Down In The Market (Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan), Stormy Weather (Frank Sinatra), Summertime (Artie Shaw), Symphony (Benny Goodman), They Didn´t Believe Me (Dick Haymes), We´ll Gather Lilacs (Muriel Barron & Olive Gilbert), Who´s Sorry Now (Willie Smith & Harry James).