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White Tie & Tails

$ 15.95


The 1930s were golden years for popular music for, as the Roaring Twenties made way for the Tranquil Thirties, the dance bands began to change from either being brash or over sentimental to smooth, sophisticated and swinging orchestras. Our selection of 'standards' concentrates on the songs and ballads that characterize the wealth of lovely material that was popular during those years.

  1. I have eyes Bing Crosby
  2. Zing! Went the strings of my heart Judy Garland
  3. I'm on a see-saw Harry Roy
  4. Dream lover Gracie Fields
  5. Somebody loves me Bing Crosby
  6. This year's kisses Alice Faye
  7. Love letters in the sand Ambrose with Sam Browne
  8. Let us be sweethearts 'Hutch'
  9. All of me Louis Armstrong 
  10. Once in a while Greta Keller
  11. Easy come, easy go Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Orpheans
  12. What do you know about love Al Bowlly
  13. So many memories Frances Langford
  14. May I have the next romance with you 'Hutch'
  15. Falling in love again Marlene Dietrich
  16. Stardust Mills Bros
  17. Indian love call Nelson Eddy & Jeannette McDonald
  18. This time it's real Ella Fitzgerald
  19. I'm just wild about Harry Judy Garland
  20. Begin the beguine 'Hutch'
  21. Goodnight my love Hildegarde
  22. Because Deanna Durbin 
  23. I've got my love to keep me warm Dick Powell
  24. Goodnight sweetheart Ray Noble with Al Bowlly