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Listen free to Bing Crosby – The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56 (If I Give My Heart to You, Mandy and more).
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The Bing Crosby Show). Label: Memorabilia Records – MLP-705, Memorabilia Records – MLP 705. Series: When Radio Was King! – Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. This is a series from recorded radio shows. See back cover image for Memorabilia Records catalog and original programs. Matrix, Runout: MLP-705-A.
Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby Jr. (/ˈkrɒzbi/; May 3, 1903 – October 14, 1977) was an American singer and actor. 8 His early career coincided with recording innovations that allowed him to develop an intimate singing style that influenced many male singers who followed him, including Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, Dick Haymes, and Dean Martin.
Recorded by Crosby for use on a short radio show (it was one of his last regular appearances on a medium that was quickly losing the race to television), these 160 sides usually feature only a small quartet led by keyboard player Buddy Cole. These are small but valuable trifles; Crosby excelled in this setting, and despite his fears about a weakening voice, he sounds fine. Granted, there are few surprises here, especially with the material.
Original Masterpieces (Remastered).
When contemporary culture acknowledges Bing Crosby at all, it is as a relic of ancient pop, his musical conservatism epitomized by "White Christmas. Happily, a new seven-disc Mosaic Records set reminds us that Crosby always swung without strain. The 160 tracks in this set were recorded on tape for his daily radio show and find Crosby fronting pianist Buddy Cole's easy-going jazz quartet (anchored by the peerless drummer Nick Fatool). Crosby's commercial recordings showed him attempting to appeal to every constituency (thanks to Decca's Jack Kapp), thus singing hymns, cowboy songs, and forgettable pops.
Bing Crosby's Treasury - The Songs I Love (1968 version). A similar LP set had been issued in 1966, see Bing Crosby's Treasury - The Songs I Love, and this updated version had a total of thirty-six Bing Crosby vocals.
From 1931, when Crosby first triumphed on network radio and his rivals faded, through 1940, when Tommy Dorsey took the country by storm with ''I'll Never Smile Again'' and other records featuring vocals by Sinatra, Crosby ruled mainstream pop. Armstrong, Bailey, Billie Holiday and Jimmy Rushing prospered in jazz, just as other singers found audiences in country, gospel and other idioms. But Crosby was king of the mountain - the national voice, America's troubadour. In Sinatra, he had at long last a worthy heir, a contender. BING WITH A BEAT' (RCA Victor LTM-1473). A masterly 1957 album with Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band, long out of print.
Bing Crosby: American singer and actor. His early career coincided with recording innovations that allowed him to develop an intimate singing style that influenced many male singers who followed him, including Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, Dick Haymes, and Dean Martin. Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby. 2009 The Best Christmas Songs Performed by Frank Sinatra.
|The Bing Crosby Show (Part 1)|
|The Bing Crosby Show (Part 2)|
|MLP 705, MLP-705||Bing Crosby||When Radio Was King! (The Bing Crosby Show) (LP, Album)||Memorabilia Records, Memorabilia Records||MLP 705, MLP-705||US||1974|
|MLP-705, MLP 705||Bing Crosby||When Radio Was King! (The Bing Crosby Show) (LP, Album)||Memorabilia Records, Memorabilia Records||MLP-705, MLP 705||US||1974|
Performer: Bing Crosby
Title: When Radio Was King! (The Bing Crosby Show)
Date of release: 1974
Style: Radioplay, Spoken Word
Genre: Not music
Size MP3: 1396 mb
Size FLAC: 1810 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Other Formats: AHX FLAC APE AUD DTS ASF AAC