101 Songs That Won World War II (5CD) Was £12.99 Now £2.99  Delivered @Amazon

101 Songs That Won World War II (5CD) Was £12.99 Now £2.99 Delivered @Amazon

Found 21st Aug 2010
Could Be A Great Prezzi For Granny or Grandad


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Disc: 1
1. Wish Me Luck (Gracie Fields)
2. Love Is The Sweetest Thing (Al Bowlly)
3. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Anne Shelton)
4. When I m Cleaning Windows (George Formby)
5. The White Cliffs Of Dover (Vera Lynn)
6. Run Rabbit Run (Flanagan & Allen)
7. Adolf (Ambrose)
8. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (Andrews Sisters)
9. Whispering Grass (Don t Tell The Trees) (Ink Spots)
10. Kiss Me Goodnight, Sergeant Major (Arthur Askey)
11. Perfidia (Ray Eberle)
12. There ll Always Be An England (Joe Loss)
13. Lili Marlene (Anne Shelton)
14. We Must All Stick Together (Geraldo)
15. Yours (Bob Eberly & Helen O Connell)
16. It s A Pair Of Wings For Me (Nat Gonella)
17. I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (Carmen Miranda)
18. Begin The Beguine (Artie Shaw)
19. Amapola (Bob Eberly & Helen O Connell)
20. Obey Your Air Raid Warden (Tony Pastor)
21. The Home-Coming Waltz (Ivy Benson)
Disc: 2
1. We ll Meet Again (Vera Lynn)
2. Leaning On A Lamp Post (George Formby)
3. Let There Be Love ( Hutch)
4. Sing As We Go (Gracie Fields)
5. Till The Lights Of London Shine Again (Joe Loss)
6. I ve Got My Eyes On You ( Hutch )
7. At The Woodchopper s Ball (Woody Herman)
8. Goodnight Sweetheart (Al Bowlly)
9. They Can t Black Out The Moon (Harry Roy)
10. Counting The Days (Dinah Shore)
11. American Patrol (Glenn Miller)
12. You ll Never Know (Dick Haymes)
13. Down Forget-Me-Not Lane (Flanagan & Allen)
14. Paper Doll (Mills Brothers)
15. Beat Me, Daddy, Eight To The Bar (Andrews Sisters)
16. Frenesi (Benny Goodman)
17. Don t Fence Me In (Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters)
18. Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie (Ambrose)
19. Sentimental Journey (Doris Day)
20. Take The A Train (Glenn Miller)
Disc: 3
1. (We re Gonna Hang Out) The Washing On The Siegfried Line (Flanagan & Allen)
2. Mr. Wu s An Air Raid Warden Now (George Formby)
3. It s A Lovely Day Tomorrow (Al Bowlly)
4. The London I Love (Vera Lynn)
5. Bugle Call Rag (Glenn Miller)
6. Tuxedo Junction (Andrews Sisters)
7. Love Letters (Dick Haymes)
8. (We ll Be Singing Hallelujah) Marching Through Berlin (Ethel Merman)
9. It Could Happen To You ( Hutch )
10. Don t Sit Under The Apple Tree (Andrews Sisters)
11. Somewhere In France With You (Joe Loss)
12. Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread) (Marion Mann)
13. Chattanooga Choo Choo (Tex Beneke)
14. The Last Time I Saw Paris (Tony Martin)
15. My Devotion (Anne Shelton)
16. This Is The Army, Mr. Jones (Irving Berlin)
17. Darn That Dream (Mildred Bailey)
18. I Only Have Eyes For You (Frank Sinatra)
19. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Tommy Dorsey)
20. G.I. Jive (Johnny Mercer)
Disc: 4
1. Pennsylvania 6-5000 (Glenn Miller)
2. When You Wish Upon A Star (Vera Lynn)
3. Tangerine (Bob Eberly & Helen O Connell)
4. South Of The Border (Al Bowlly)
5. Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Bill Schallen & Skeets Herfurt)
6. You d Be So Nice To Come Home To (Dinah Shore)
7. Our Sergeant Major (George Formby)
8. Comin In On A Wing And A Prayer (Song Spinners)
9. That Old Black Magic (Skip Nelson)
10. The Nearness Of You ( Hutch )
11. In The Mood (The Four King Sisters)
12. I m Going To Get Lit Up (Carroll Gibbons)
13. Ev ry Night About This Time (The Ink Spots)
14. You Always Hurt The One You Love (Mills Brothers)
15. Long Ago And Far Away (Helen Forrest & Dick Haymes)
16. I ll Be Seeing You (Bing Crosby)
17. Caldonia (What Makes Your Big Head So Hard) (Louis Jordan)
18. This Is It (Helen Forrest)
19. The More I See You (Dick Haymes)
20. When They Sound The Last All Clear (Vera Lynn)
Disc: 5
1. You Are My Sunshine (Bing Crosby)
2. When Johnny Comes Marching Home (Glenn Miller)
3. The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
4. Imagination (Ella Fitzgerald)
5. And Many More.....


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Edited by: "Boz" 21st Aug 2010

They should all be in Russian, England had little to do with "victory" apartmfrom acting as a landing strip...

They should all be in Russian, England had little to do with "victory" … They should all be in Russian, England had little to do with "victory" apartmfrom acting as a landing strip...

Oh yeah? Your'e forgetting about all of the Polish pilots that flew in the Battle of Britain...
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