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Bing Crosby - The Crooner (The CBS Years 1928-1934) mp3 download
Bing Crosby - The Crooner (The CBS Years 1928-1934) mp3 download
Performer: Bing Crosby
Title: The Crooner (The CBS Years 1928-1934)
Country: US
Released: 1988
Style: Big Band, Swing
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AAC WAV AHX VQF APE MP3 ADX
FLAC size: 1963 mb | MP3 size: 1735 mb | WMA size: 1100 mb

This article is a discography for American singer Bing Crosby. Since many radio stations in the US adopt a format change to Christmas music each December, many holiday hits have an annual spike in popularity during the last few weeks of the year and are retired once the season is over.

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Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby (May 3, 1903 – October 14, 1977) was an American singer and actor. Crosby's trademark bass-baritone voice made him one of the best-selling recording artists of the 20th century, with over half a billion records in circulation.

Popular albums by this artist. Christmas Through the Years. The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56. All the Number-One Hits. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.

The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56 presents, for the first time complete, 160 masters recorded with Buddy Cole for Bing's daily CBS radio show from 1954 to 1956. Aside from 16 tracks that found their way onto LP, the vast majority of the jazz tracks have been locked in Crosby's vault for more than 50 years, making this one of the collections fans don't want to miss. Bing Crosby- The King of Pop Revealed In A New Light! This is perhaps one of the most significant collection of Bing's work I have heard in many years. Sounds like they were recorded a decade ago rather than 50+ years ago. How did Mosaic do it? Bing Crosby is in fine voice; and his interpretations of the songs are admirable.

Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby Jr. (/ˈkrɒzbi/; May 3, 1903 – October 14, 1977) was an American singer and actor. 8 His early career coincided with recording innovations that allowed him to develop an intimate singing style that influenced many male singers who followed him, including Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, Dick Haymes, and Dean Martin.

Bing Crosby/ "The Crooner, The Columbia Years 1928-1934". All of the Three Discs Have No Scratches.

BING CROSBY is a vocal jazz music artist. Bing Crosby was, without doubt, the most popular and influential media star of the first half of the 20th century. The undisputed best-selling artist until well into the rock era (with over half a billion records in circulation), the most popular radio star of all time, and the biggest box-office draw of the 1940s, Crosby dominated the entertainment world from the Depression until the mid-'50s, and proved just as influential as he was popular.

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1-1 Ipana Troubadours Rose Of Mandalay 2:27
1-2 Sam Lanin's Famous Players (Anyone Can See With Half An Eye That) I'm Crazy Over You
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy DorseyTrumpet – Bob Effros
3:22
1-3 The Dorsey Brothers & Their Orchestra* My Kinda Love 3:13
1-4 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra My Angeline
Clarinet [Sub-Tone] – Chet Hazlett*
3:29
1-5 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Little Pal
Clarinet [Sub-Tone] – Chet Hazlett*
3:12
1-6 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Oh! Miss Hannah
Cornet – Bix BeiderbeckeSaxophone [C-Melody] – Frankie Trumbauer
3:26
1-7 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Orange Blossom Time
Clarinet [Sub Tone] – Chet Hazlett*
2:43
1-8 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Waiting At The End Of The Road
Banjo – Mike Pingatore*Clarinet [Sub Tone] – Chet Hazlett*Cornet – Bix Beiderbecke
2:54
1-9 Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Southern Medley
Clarinet [Sub Tone] – Chet Hazlett*
3:55
1-10 Bing Crosby I'm Sorry, Dear 3:13
1-11 Bing Crosby Can't We Talk It Over?
Organ – Helen Crawford
3:09
1-12 Bing Crosby I Found You
Organ – Helen Crawford
3:23
1-13 Bing Crosby Snuggled On Your Shoulder
Accompanied By – Bennie Krueger And His Orchestra*
3:16
1-14 Bing Crosby Starlight (Help Me Find The One I Love) 3:05
1-15 Bing Crosby Love, You Funny Thing
Drums – Larry GomarTrumpet – Jimmy Dorsey
3:04
1-16 Bing Crosby Shine 3:12
1-17 Victor Young & The Brunswick Orchestra* "Face The Music" Medley: Soft Lights & Sweet Music / On A Roof In Manhattan 4:21
1-18 Victor Young & The Brunswick Orchestra* Shadows On The Window
Drums – Larry GomarTrumpet – Frank Guarante*
3:07
1-19 Bing Crosby Paradise
Guitar – Eddie Lang
3:04
1-20 Bing Crosby You're Still In My Heart
Guitar – Eddie LangTrumpet – Frank Guarante*Vibraphone – Chauncey MorehouseViolin – Joe Venuti
2:58
2-1 Bing Crosby & The Boswell Sisters Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long
Accompanied By – Don Redman & His Orchestra*
5:26
2-2 Bing Crosby Waltzing In A Dream
Accompanied By – Isham Jones & His Orchestra*
2:36
2-3 Bing Crosby Happy-Go-Lucky-You And Broken-Hearted Me
Accompanied By – Isham Jones & His Orchestra*Piano – Howard Smith Tenor Saxophone – Saxie MansfieldTrombone – Jack JenneyTrumpet – George ThowViolin – Eddie Stone
3:07
2-4 Bing Crosby Lazy Day
Accompanied By – Isham Jones & His Orchestra*Guitar – Eddie LangTrombone – Jack Jenney
3:01
2-5 Bing Crosby Let's Try Again
Accompanied By – Isham Jones & His Orchestra*Piano – Howard Smith
3:06
2-6 Bing Crosby With Summer Coming On (I'm Still Without A Sweetheart)
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His OrchestraGuitar – Eddie LangPiano – Lennie HaytonTrumpet – Nat Natoli
2:36
2-7 Bing Crosby Love Me Tonight
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His OrchestraSaxophone [C-Melody] – Frankie Trumbauer
3:08
2-8 Bing Crosby Some Of These Days
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His OrchestraGuitar – Eddie LangSaxophone [C-Melody] – Frankie TrumbauerTrumpet – Nat Natoli
2:37
2-9 Bing Crosby Linger A Little Longer In The Twilight
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra
3:10
2-10 Bing Crosby We're A Couple Of Soldiers
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra
3:03
2-11 Bing Crosby Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra
3:15
2-12 Bing Crosby Sweet Sue
Piano – Lennie Hayton
2:54
2-13 Bing Crosby Let's Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep
Guitar – Eddie Lang
3:12
2-14 Bing Crosby I'll Follow You
Trumpet – Mannie Klein*
3:02
2-15 Bing Crosby Someday We'll Meet Again 3:10
2-16 Bing Crosby On A Street Of Dreams
Trumpet – Tommy Dorsey
3:15
2-17 Bing Crosby It's Within Your Power
Clarinet – Jimmy DorseyPiano – Lennie Hayton
3:12
2-18 Bing Crosby I'm Playing With Fire
Trumpet – Tommy Dorsey
3:08
2-19 Bing Crosby Try A Little Tenderness
Clarinet – Jimmy DorseyTrumpet – Mannie Klein*
3:10
2-20 Bing Crosby You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me
Accompanied By – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansTrumpet – Lebert Lombardo
2:50
2-21 Bing Crosby Young And Healthy
Accompanied By – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansGuitar – Eddie LangTrumpet – Lebert Lombardo
3:10
2-22 Bing Crosby You're Beautiful To-Night My Dear
Accompanied By – Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansTrumpet – Lebert Lombardo
3:08
3-1 Bing Crosby I've Got The World On A String
Accompanied By – The Dorsey Brothers & Their Orchestra*
3:24
3-2 Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers My Honey's Loving Arms
Accompanied By – The Dorsey Brothers & Their Orchestra*
3:01
3-3 Bing Crosby What Do I Care, It's Home! 3:11
3-4 Bing Crosby You've Got Me Crying Again
Clarinet – Tommy DorseyGuitar – Eddie Lang
3:07
3-5 Bing Crosby Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn
Accompanied By – The Dorsey Brothers & Their Orchestra*
3:03
3-6 Bing Crosby Stay On The Right Side Of The Road
Accompanied By – The Dorsey Brothers & Their Orchestra*
2:45
3-7 Bing Crosby Here Is My Heart
Accompanied By – The Dorsey Brothers & Their Orchestra*
2:48
3-8 Bing Crosby Learn To Croon
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
2:40
3-9 Bing Crosby My Love
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
3:01
3-10 Bing Crosby I've Got To Pass Your House To Get To My House
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
2:57
3-11 Bing Crosby Blue Prelude
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*Clarinet – James Briggs
3:15
3-12 Bing Crosby I Would If I Could, But I Can't
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
3:13
3-13 Bing Crosby Shadow Waltz
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
2:52
3-14 Bing Crosby I've Got To Sing A Torch Song
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
3:30
3-15 Bing Crosby There's A Cabin In The Pines
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*Guitar – Richard Ebrecke, Walter Holt
3:20
3-16 Bing Crosby The Last Round Up
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra
3:09
3-17 Bing Crosby Home On The Range
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra
3:26
3-18 Bing Crosby Let's Spend An Evening At Home
Accompanied By – Lennie Hayton And His OrchestraPiano – Lennie Hayton
3:11
3-19 Bing Crosby May I?
Accompanied By – Nat W. Finston And His Paramount OrchestraTrumpet – Andy Secrest
2:56
3-20 Bing Crosby Little Dutch Mill
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*Clarinet – James Briggs
2:47
3-21 Bing Crosby Shadows Of Love
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
2:47
3-22 Bing Crosby Ridin' Around In The Rain
Accompanied By – Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra*
2:56
3-23 Bing Crosby Give Me A Heart To Sing To
Accompanied By – Irving Aaronson And His Commanders
3:19

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – CBS Records Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records Inc.
  • Distributed By – CBS Records

Credits

  • Producer, Liner Notes – Michael Brooks
  • Vocals – Bing Crosby

Notes

Included is a 36 page booklet with a short bio of Crosby and liner notes for the CDs.

© 1988 CBS Records Inc / CBS and CBS ® CBS Inc / Distribution CBS Records
℗ 1988 CBS Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099746 559625
  • Barcode: 5099746559625
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 0149
  • Other (Distribution code): CB 651

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C3K 44229 Bing Crosby The Crooner: The Columbia Years 1928-1934 ‎(3xCD, Comp + Box) CBS Records C3K 44229 US 1988
C4X 44229 Bing Crosby The Crooner: The Columbia Years 1928-1934 ‎(4xLP, Comp + Box) CBS Records C4X 44229 US 1988
X3T 44229 Bing Crosby The Crooner: The Columbia Years 1928-1934 ‎(3xCass, Comp + Box) Columbia X3T 44229 US 1988
C4K 44229 Bing Crosby The Crooner: The Columbia Years 1928-1934 ‎(4xLP, Comp + Box) CBS Records C4K 44229 US 1988