Vintage Melodies 12 May

Music played in this programme included the records listed below with approximate broadcast times.

06:03 Lady,Play Your Mandoline by Ambrose and his Orchestra

06:06 I’ve heard that tune before by Harry James and his Orchestra and Helen Forrest

06:09 Everything Stops For A Cup Of Tea by Jack Buchannon

06:13 Change Partners by Vic Damone

06:16 I Didn’t Really Never Oughter ‘ave Went by Doris Hare

06:19 Mr Wu’s An Air Raid Warden Now by George Formby

06:21 Say A Prayer For The Boys Over There by Deanna Durbin

06:25 Nasville Nightingale by Waring’s Pennsyvanians

06:28 I’ll Buy That Dream by Joe Loss

06:32 Wisphering by The Ballyhooligans and Phil Green

06:34 Smoke! Smoke! by Pahl Adams and his Mayfair Music

06:38 Blues In The Night by Dinah Shore

06:41 A Blossom Fell by Ronnie Hilton

06:44 Accentuate the Positive by Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters

06:47 Green Eyes by Don Marino Barreto and his Cuban Orch.

06:50 There Must be a Way by Teddy Foster and his Band and Betty Kent

06:53 It had to be you by Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes

06:56 My Love Parade by Alfredo and his Band

07:03 Rum And Coca-Cola by The Andrew Sisters

07:07 I’m So All Alone by Leslie “Hutch” Hutchinson

07:11 Would You? by Gracie Fields and Jay Wilbur and his Band

07:14 We’ll Meet Again by Vera Lynn

07:17 Do You Care? by Dorophy Carless

07:20 Powder your face with sunshine by Donald Peers

07:23 You Can’t Be True Dear by Oscar Rabin and With Bob Dale

07:27 Deep Purple by Turner Layton

07:30 Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens by Paul Adam and his Music

07:33 The Birds And the Bees by Alma Cogan

07:35 Marie by Al Bowlly

07:38 Pistal Packin’ Mama by Pied Pipers

07:41 Painting The Cloulds With Sunshine by Jack Hylton

07:44 I’m Gonna get lit up by Joe Loss and his Orchestra and Elizabeth Batey

07:49 How about You? by Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra

07:52 Pennslyvania 6-5000 by Harry Roy and His Band and The Roylets

07:54 I’ll Dance At Your Wedding by Buddy Clark

07:57 There Goes That Song Again by Anne Shelton and Arthur Young and his Orchestra

08:03 Look at that girl by Guy Mitchell

08:06 Stage Coach by Eric Winstone and his band

08:11 Portrait of Jennie by Paul Adam and his Mayfair Music and Frank Holmes

08:14 Melody Of Love by Inkspots

08:17 Jealousy by Geraldo and his Orchestra

08:20 Far away places by Oscar Rabin and his Band and Bob Dale

08:24 You are my sunshine by Marjorie Kingsley and Harry Roy and Renee Lister

08:27 Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall by Joe Loss

08:30 Get In Your Shelter by Arthur Askey

08:33 Amapola by Deanna Durbin

08:36 I Wonder by Jane Froman

08:38 Imagine Me In The Maginot Line by George Formby

08:41 Wish Me Luck by Doreen Stephens and Jack Hylton and his Orchestra

08:45 If I Give My Heart to You by Doris Day + Mellowmen

08:45 Pistol Packin Mama by Bing Crosby, Andrews Sisters and Vic Schoen Orchestra

08:48 Cheek to cheek by George Shearing

08:51 The Woody Woodpecker Song by Danny Kaye and The Andrews Sisters

08:53 Somewhere In France With You by Joe Loss and his Band

08:56 American Patrol by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra

09:03 Tears On My Pillow by Harry Roy

09:06 The Peanut Vendor by BBC Dance Orch. and Jack Payne

09:10 The Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy by The Andrew Sisters

09:13 How Deep Is The Ocean by Peggy Lee and Benny Goodman

09:16 I’m In Love For The Last Time by Vera Lynn and Ambrose and his Orchestra

09:19 Homecoming Waltz by Donald Peers

09:22 Maybe by Ink Spots

09:26 I’m walking behind you by Eddie Fisher and Sally Sweetland

09:29 Unchained Melody by Jimmy Young

09:32 As time goes by by Turner Layton

09:35 Ma I Miss Your Apple Pie by Billy Cotton and Alan Breeze

09:37 Oh! What A Surprise For The Duce! by Elsie Carlisle

09:40 Laura by Dick Haymes

09:45 My Happiness by Ella Fitzgerald

09:48 I Wished On The Moon by Billie Holiday and Teddy Wilson and his Orch.

09:51 The Music Stopped by Frank Sinatra

09:54 The Man That Got Away by Judy Garland

09:57 Stowaway by Barbara Lyon

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