Vintage Melodies 14 April

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

06:03 Delilah Jones by McGuire Sisters

06:05 I’m Sending My Blessings by Geraldo and his Orchestra and Dorothy Carless

06:08 Run Rabit Run by Flanagan And Allen

06:12 Blue Moon by Frankie Trumbauer and his Orch.

06:16 I remember you by Jo Stafford

06:19 Lullaby Of Broadway by Dick Powell

06:22 Bells Of St Mary’s by Archie Lewis

06:26 The Home – Coming Waltz by Ivy Benson

06:29 This Is The Army, Mr Jones by Irving Berlin

06:32 Littleman, You’ve Had A Busy Day by Paul Robeson

06:35 Mad Dogs And Englishmen by Noel Coward

06:38 Lying In The Hay by Al Bowlly

06:41 Lovely To Look At You by Irene Dunne

06:45 Darn That Dream by Benny Goodman and Helen Forrest

06:49 Milk Man Keep Those Bottles Quiet by Ella Mae Morse

06:51 Don’t Be A Baby by Geraldo

06:54 I’m Stepping Out With A Memory Tonight by Anne Shelton and Ambrose

06:58 A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening by The Ink Spots

07:03 A House With Love In It by Nat King Cole

07:05 Temptation by Bing Crosby

07:08 You Can’t Be True To Two by Dave King

07:10 White cliffs of Dover by Billy Thorburn and Don Adams

07:13 Moonglow And The Theme From Picnic by Morris Stoloff

07:16 Buttons And Bows by Dinah Shore

07:18 American Patrol by Glenn Miller

07:23 Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me “Goodbye” by Gracie Fields

07:25 Be Carefull, It’s My Heart by Turner Layton

07:28 I Fall In Love Too Easily by Frank Sinatra

07:31 Robin Hood by Dick James

07:34 Evermore by Ruby Murray

07:36 The Wayward Wind by Jimmy Young

07:37 They Can’t Black Out The Moon by Harry Roy and his Orchestra

07:42 We’ll Meet Again by Vera Lynn

07:45 Kiss Me Hello by Harry Roy

07:48 Whipering Grass by Ink Spots

07:51 Blueberry Hill by Jack White and Tony Morris

07:53 In Love In Vain by Margaret Whiting

07:56 On The Sunny Side Of The Street by Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra

08:03 Butterflies In The Rain by Sam Browne and Ambrose and his Orchestra

08:07 I’m Always Chasing Rainbows by Paul Fenoulhet and his Skyrockets

08:10 A Nightingale Sang In Berkerley Square by Joe Loss and Paula Greene

08:12 Run Rabbit Run by Flanagan And Allen and Harry Bidgood’s Orchestra

08:15 Say A Prayer for The Boys Over Here by Deanna Durbin and Victor Young and his Orchestra

08:18 I’ll Always Be With You by Leslie “Hutch” Hutchinson

08:21 Mack The Knife by Louis Armstrong

08:26 So tired by Russ Morgan

08:29 Choo Choo Special by Eric Winstone and his Orchestra

08:33 It’s a Hap-hap-happy Day by Josephine Bradley

08:35 Moon At Sea by Ronnie Munro and his Orch.

08:39 Lover by Paul Whiteman and his Orch.

08:43 Please Don’t Say No ( Say Maybe ) by Paul Fenoulhet and the Skyrockets

08:47 Ferryboat Serenade by Andrews Sisters

08:50 Promises by Seve Conway

08:53 Adolf by Billy Cotton and his Band

08:56 You Ought To See Sally On Sunday by Ray Noble and Al Bowlly

08:59 Riders in the sky by Vaughn Monroe

09:03 Carousel Waltz by Ray Martin

09:05 To Each His Own by The Ink Spots

09:08 Deep Purple (Part 1) by Geraldo and his Orchestra and Eve Becke

09:11 My Song Goes Round The World by Joseph Schmidt

09:14 That Old Black Magic by Margeret Whiting and Freddie Slack and his Orchestra

09:17 It’s The Talk Of The Town by Connee Boswell

09:20 For all we know by Hutch

09:24 I’m Getting Sentimental Over You by Layton and Johnstone

09:26 Granada by Frankie Laine

09:29 Dream by Frank Sinatra

09:32 No Other Love by Johnston Brothers

09:35 There’s A Cabin In The Pines by Louis Armstrong and his Orch.

09:38 Sing As We Go by Gracie Fields

09:40 In The Land Of Beginning Again by Archie Lewis and The Geraldo Stings

09:45 It’s Turned Out Nice Again by George Formby

09:47 White cliffs of Dover by Vera Lynn

09:50 A Tisket a Tasket by Ella Fitzgerald and Chick webb and his Orchestra

09:53 Blue Moon by Mel Torme

09:56 Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie by Ambrose and Sam Browne

09:59 I’ll Be Seeing You by Ambrose and his Orchestra and Rita Shaw

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