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  • Includes liner notes by Geoff Milne.A gem for classic movie buffs, this compilation includes many of the most well known and beloved film songs of the Depression era and captures Bing Crosby in his singing prime. It features songs Crosby performed in 13 films, including KING OF JAZZ (1930), SHE LOVES ME NOT (1934), and THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1936.Highlights on GOING HOLLYWOOD include the lush ballad "Just One More Chance" from CONFESSIONS OF A CO-ED, and the equally romantic song "We'll Make Hay While the Sun Shines" from GOING HOLLYWOOD. Both songs play on the timeless lyrical theme of searching for the perfect lover and together living the American dream. Crosby croons throughout with the inimitable silken baritone that made him a showbusiness legend.
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  • Personnel includes: Perry Como (vocals); Lou Martin, Russ Case, Mitchell Ayres, Sigmund Romberg, Hugo Winterhalter, the Satisfiers, the Fontaine Sisters, the Ray Charles Singers.Includes liner notes by Robert Rice.All tracks have been digitally remastered.Perry Como is one of the great crooners. His career started in the 1930s and lasted through the 1970s. He has a full, heavy baritone that takes up where Bing Crosby left off, casting an especially effective spell when he handles romantic ballads like "All Through the Day."This CD gathers together some of his earliest successes, from the 1940s and 1950s, the period when his stature in American popular song rocketed upward. The songs were confections of the day and vary from ballads to uptempo novelties. His style, warm and deceptively drowsy sounding, fits hand-in-glove with some of the great works of the time. Jerome Kern's "More and More" finds Como filling a bill that only Sinatra and Crosby had been thought to be able to occupy. As for the novelty tunes that became prominent with the 1950s, "Papaya Mama" has Como's pleasant naturalism lending a solidity to the far flung festivity of the composition.
  • Personnel includes: Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Nat "King" Cole, Peggy Lee, Maurice Chevalier, Dennis Day, Jimmy Durante, The Mills Brothers, Bob Hope, Burl Ives, Kay Thompson, The Williams Brothers, Rudy Vallee, George Burns, The Andrews Sisters.Includes liner notes by Dave Dexter, Jr.All the music heard here was recorded between 1946 and 1954, during Bing Crosby's postwar singing career. Crosby teams up with some of the great entertainers of the 20th century, including Peggy Lee, Bob Hope, Maurice Chevalier, and Judy Garland.Highlights include George "Sugar Throat" Burns' goofy version of "It Might as Well Be Spring," and Jimmy Durante's raspy toned comedy on "You Gotta Start Off Each Day With a Song." However, Crosby's jazzy version of "Everybody Loves My Baby" is perhaps the most endearing of the many selections included on this expansive compilation.
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