Today's show features a mixture or recordings from the 1930s through to the early 1960s. We listen to instrumental pieces from Bobby Hackett, Woody Herman and Robert Farnon. Among our singers today, we have a duet from Dick Haymes and Helen Forrest as well as delightful recordings from Chris Connor and Beryl Davis. List too to the orchestra led by Harry James, who are joined by singer Marion Morgan. And we enjoy a fine recordings by Peggy Lee who joins the Benny Goodman orchestra in 1941. ARTIST | ALBUM | SONG | TIME1. Bobby Hackett 1957 Street Of Dreams 2:372. Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman 1941 How Long Has This Been Going On 3:183. Woody Herman 1954 Misty Morning 3:154. Chris Connor 1960 All Too Soon 2:545. Bing Crosby 1938 You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby 2:546. Dick Haymes & Helen Forrest 1945 You Stole My Heart 2:517. Beryl Davis 1939 Don't Worry 'Bout Me 2:588. Vic Damone 1957 Angela Mia (My Angel) 3:289. Ella Fitzgerald 1956 I've Got You Under My Skin 2:4410. Robert Farnon 1953 One Morning in May 3:2611. Mel Tormé 1954 Our Love Is Here To Stay 2:2412. Harry James & Marion Morgan 1947 Strange What A Song Can Do 3:2213. Anita O'Day 1957 You Turned the Tables on Me 3:43
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