1952 was the year Ike defeated Democrat Adlai Stevenson to become president of th USA. The year King George the VI of Britain died and Queen Elizabeth came to the throne. Winston Churchill revealed that the UK had the atom bomb and 'Singing In The rain' was launched onto our cinema screens. It was also a time when popular singers were emerging from being the vocalist with the band to being a star in their own right, which would pave the way for the popular vocalists of the Rock 'N' Roll era. This CD presents a selection of songs by Various Artists which would feed the juke boxes and record players of the nation, plus act one of the smash hit 1952 Broadway cast recording of Rodgers and Hart's 'Pal Joey', with Jane Froman, Dick Beavers, Helen Gallagher, Patricia Northrop, Elaine Stritch.
1952 was the year Ike defeated Democrat Adlai Stevenson to become president of th USA. The year King George the VI of Britain died and Queen Elizabeth came to the throne. Winston Churchill revealed that the UK had the atom bomb and 'Singing In The rain' was launched onto our cinema screens. It was also a time when popular singers were emerging from being the vocalist with the band to being a star in their own right, which would pave the way for the popular vocalists of the Rock 'N' Roll era. This CD presents a selection of songs by Various Artists which would feed the juke boxes and record players of the nation, plus act one of the smash hit 1952 Broadway cast recording of Rodgers and Hart's 'Pal Joey', with Jane Froman, Dick Beavers, Helen Gallagher, Patricia Northrop, Elaine Stritch.
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Best Years Of Our Lives 1952 / Various
Artist: Best Years Of Our Lives 1952 / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. You Belong to Me (Vocal:Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra)
2. Unforgettable (Tex Beneke and His Orchestra, Vocal: Ray Eberle)
3. I Went to Your Wedding (Vocal: Patti Page with Jack Rael and His Orchestra)
4. Kiss of Fire (Vocal : Georgia Gibbs with Glenn Osser and His Orchestra)
5. Blue Tango (Leroy Anderson and His Orchestra)
6. Half As Much (Vocal: Rosemary Clooney with Percy Faith and His Orchestra)
7. Here in My Heart (Vocal: Al Martino with Monty Kelly and His Orchestra)
8. Slow Poke (Ralph Flamagan and His Orchestra, Vocals: The Singing Winds)
9. Wish You Were Here (Vocal: Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra) 1
10. Delicado (Percy Faith and His Orchestra, Stan Freeman (Harpsichord)) 1
11. A Guy Is a Guy (Vocal: Doris Day with Paul Weston and His Orchestra) 1
12. Tell Me Why (Vocal: The Four Aces Featuring Al Alberts) 1
13. Botch-A-Me (Vocal: Rosemary Clooney with Stan Freeman (Harpsichord)) 1
14. Any Time (Vocal: Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra and Chorus) 1
15. At Last (Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Vocal: Ray Eberle) 1
16. Jambalaya (Vocal: Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra and the Norman Luboff Choir) 1
17. I'm Yours (Vocal: Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra) 1
18. CT1 of the 1952 Broadway Cast Recording of Rodgers and Hart's 'Pal Joey' (Overture: Max Meth and the Orchestra) 1
19. You Mustn't Kick It Around (Vocals: Dick Beavers and Helen Gallagher) 2
20. I Could Write a Book (Vocals: Dick Beavers and Pat Northrup) 2
21. Chicago (Vocals: Helen Gallagher and Chorus) 2
22. That Terrific Rainbow (Vocals: Helen Gallagher and Chorus) 2
23. What Is a Man? (Vocal: Jane Froman) 2
24. Happy Hunting Horn (Vocal: Dick Beavers) 2
25. Bewitched (Vocal: Jane Froman) 2
26. Pal Joey (Vocal: Dick Beavers)

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1952 was the year Ike defeated Democrat Adlai Stevenson to become president of th USA. The year King George the VI of Britain died and Queen Elizabeth came to the throne. Winston Churchill revealed that the UK had the atom bomb and 'Singing In The rain' was launched onto our cinema screens. It was also a time when popular singers were emerging from being the vocalist with the band to being a star in their own right, which would pave the way for the popular vocalists of the Rock 'N' Roll era. This CD presents a selection of songs by Various Artists which would feed the juke boxes and record players of the nation, plus act one of the smash hit 1952 Broadway cast recording of Rodgers and Hart's 'Pal Joey', with Jane Froman, Dick Beavers, Helen Gallagher, Patricia Northrop, Elaine Stritch.