Vintage Melodies 21 July

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

06:03 There Are Such Things by Frank Sinatra and Pied Pipers, Tommy Dorsey Orchestra

06:05 Adolf by Billy Cotton and his Band

06:08 Papa Loves Mambo by Perry Como

06:11 Franklin D Roosevelt Jones by Carroll Gibbons, Anne Lenner and George Melachrino

06:14 A Zoot Suit by Bob Crosby and his Orchestra

06:16 Chatanooga Choo Choo by Johnny Claes and his Band and Irene King and Benny Lee

06:18 Love’s A Melody by Frances Day

06:22 You’ll Never Know by Dick Haymes and The Song Spinners

06:25 I Fall In Love To Easily by Steve Conway

06:28 It had to be you by Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes, Victor Young Orchestra

06:35 No Love, No Nothin’ by Ella Mae Morse

06:38 Bless’em All by George Formby

06:41 Beer Barrel Polka (Skoda Lasky) by Andrews Sisters

06:45 Sweet And Lovely by Al Bowlly

06:48 Hear My Song, Violetta by Tony Martin

06:51 Toodle-Oo by Brian Lawrence

06:53 South America, Take It Away! by Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters

06:57 Have You Met Miss Jones by Jack Hylton and Sam Browne

07:03 Nice Work If You Can Get It by Fred Astaire and Ray Noble and his Orchestra

07:05 I Know Why by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra and Paula Kelly and the Modernaires

07:08 Bluebirds In The Moonlight by Glenn Miller and Ray Eberle

07:11 At Last by Geraldo and his Orchestra and Len Camber

07:15 Underneath the arches by Flanagan And Allen

07:18 Coming Home by Lou Preager and Paul Rich

07:21 Amapola by Joe Loss and his Band and Monte Rey

07:24 And the Angels Sing by Harry Roy

07:27 Broken Hearted Clown by Jimmy Messene

07:30 Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall by The Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald

07:34 Candy by Harry Roy and His Band

07:36 Annerverary Waltz by Vera Lynn

07:39 I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen by Kenny Baker and Harry Sosnik’s Orchestra

07:41 Pretend by Nat King Cole

07:45 Go On By by Alma Cogan

07:47 Man On Fire by Frankie Vaughan

07:50 Ole Buttermilk Sky by Hoagy Carmichael

07:52 Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer by Anne Shelton

07:56 Paper Doll by The Mills Brothers

07:58 I Couldn’t Sleep A Wink Last Night by Frank Sinatra

08:03 All The Things You Are by Tommy Dorsey and Jack Leonard

08:07 Hey Little Hen by Joe Loss and his Orchestra

08:10 I’m In Love by Ben Bernie and his Roosevelt Orch.

08:13 Who Is That Man by Tommy Handley

08:15 Ill Get By by Peggy Lee

08:18 Frenesi by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra

08:21 Ricochet by Joan Regan

08:24 Lovely to Look At by Gordon Macrae

08:26 Lambeth Walk by Nat Gonella and Stella Moya

08:33 My darling, my darling by Jo Stafford & Gordon MacRae

08:35 Call Rosie On The Phone by Guy Mitchell

08:38 You belong to me by Jo Stafford

08:40 My one and only by George Gershwin, piano

08:43 By The Light Of The Silvery Moon by Ray Noble and Snookey Lanson and the Boys

08:47 Deep Purple by Hutch

08:50 Any Broken Hearts To Mend by Al Bowlly

08:53 You’ll Never Know by Dick Haymes and The Song Spinners

08:56 The Last Time I Saw Paris by Tony Martin and Victor Young and his Orchestra

09:03 Someone to watch over me by Gertrude Lawrence

09:05 Ma, I Miss Your Apple Pie by Ambrose and Sam Browne

09:09 Chattanooga choo choo by Glenn Miller and Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and the Modernaires

09:13 Howd’ya Like To Love Me? by Roy Fox and Mary Lee

09:16 Downhearted by Eddie Fisher

09:18 It’s Magic by Doris Day

09:21 April Love by Pat Boone

09:25 In a golden coach by Billy Cotton

09:28 That Loverly Weekend by Dorothy Carless and Geraldo and his Orchestra

09:32 The Fleet’s In Port Again by Billy Cotton and his Band and Alan Breeze

09:35 Run Rabit Run by Flanagan And Allen

09:38 Love Makes The World Go Round by Henny Hall and Leslie Douglas

09:41 White cliffs of Dover by Vera Lynn

09:44 Elmer’s Tune by Harry Roy

09:48 My Prayer by The Ink Spots

09:51 When It’s Evening by Joe Loss and his Band

09:54 Brazil by Fred Waring and his Pennsylvannians

09:57 Let’s walk a that a way by Doris Day and Johnnie Ray

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