Monday, March 20, 2017

Popular Songs Of 1937, Vol. 2

I'm fast-tracking these – just a bit. Round 2 of 4 featuring the Popular Songs of 1937. If you like these, there's more where these came from! If you don't like 'em, don't listen! Easy-peasy! Enjoy?  ~  JH

1)  Dick Powell & Alice Faye  ~  “I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm”

2)  Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra ft. Bing Crosby  ~  “Never In A Million Years”

3)  Billie Holiday  ~  “Easy Living”

4)  Shep Fields & His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra  ~  “That’s When Your Heartaches Begin”

5)  Sonny Boy Williamson  ~  “Good Morning, School Girl”

6)  Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys  ~  “Right Or Wrong”

7)  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Cast  ~  “Heigh-Ho”

8)  Robert Johnson  ~  “Love In Vain Blues”

9)  Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra  ~  “Satan Takes A Holiday”  (Not often one sees a song about Satan on this blog. Guess it was overdue. Relax: it’s a harmless instrumental. You’ll LOVE it!)

10)  Ginger Rogers  ~  “They All Laughed”

11)  Fred Astaire & Dudley Dickerson  ~  “Slap That Bass”

12)  Benny Goodman & His Orchestra ft. Johnnie Davis & Frances Langford  ~  “Hooray For Hollywood”

13)  Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees  ~ “Vieni…Vieni…”

14)  Will Osborne & His Orchestra ft. Joan Whitney  ~  “In The Still Of The Night”

15)  Ella Logan  ~  “I Was Doing All Right”

16)  The Ink Spots  ~  “Swing High, Swing Low”

17)  Dick Jurgens & His Orchestra ft. Eddy Howard  ~  “Gone With The Wind”

18)  Bunny Berigan  ~  “Blues”

19)  Ready, Willing, And Able Cast  ~  “Too Marvelous For Words”

20)  Big Bill Broonzy  ~  “Don’t Tear My Clothes”

21)  Raymond Scott Quintette  ~  “Dinner Music For A Pack Of Hungry Cannibals”

22)  Robert Johnson  ~  “Terraplane Blues”

23)  Bing Crosby  ~  “The Moon Got In My Eyes”

24)  Jimmie Lewis  ~  “The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down”  (Sharp listeners will recognize this song as the theme song from all those classic Looney Tunes cartoons. Who knew it had actual lyrics???)

25)  Eddy Duchin & His Orchestra ft. Jerry Cooper  ~  “It’s De-Lovely”

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