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After Sundown - Bing Crosby - Bing Crosby In Hollywood (1930-1934) (Vinyl, LP)

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8 Responses to After Sundown - Bing Crosby - Bing Crosby In Hollywood (1930-1934) (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Dalkis says:
    When Columbia Records released the double-LP Bing Crosby in Hollywood in the fall of as the flagship album in its Hall of Fame reissue series, it was the first comprehensive collection of Crosby recordings from the company's vaults. Crosby recorded for Columbia as singer with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra from to , and his recordings for Brunswick Records from late to mid 8/
  2. JoJonris says:
    Songs I Wish I Had Sung the First Time Around was Bing Crosby's fourth album for Decca and his fifth LP, recorded and originally released in on vinyl as Decca DL This was a concept album of sorts, as Bing covered some of his musical rivals' big hits, such as Al Jolson's "April Showers" and Nat King Cole's "Mona Lisa".5/5(1).
  3. Akikree says:
    Going Hollywood is a American pre-Code musical film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Marion Davies and Bing Crosby. It was written by Donald Ogden Stewart and based on a story by Frances Marion. Going Hollywood was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on December 22,
  4. Daill says:
    Nov 13,  · On October 14, , Bing Crosby was happily singing as we went around the La Moraleja golf course near Madrid, Spain. When he had finished playing golf, he turned around to acknowledge the speculators applause, and said, "It was a great game." He.
  5. Zudal says:
    Jan 29,  · Bing Crosby liked the ponies, too. Crosby wasn't just a golfer; he also enjoyed a little bit of action at the track. In , he teamed up with a group of fellow superstars to open the Del Mar.
  6. Vuran says:
    Discogs: Gatefold Vinyl, Bing Crosby In Hollywood (). リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(10).
  7. Dosida says:
    Bing Crosby was, without doubt, the most popular and influential media star of the first half of the 20th century. The undisputed best-selling artist until well into the rock era (with over half a billion records in circulation), the most popular radio star of all time, and the biggest box-office draw of the s, Crosby dominated the entertainment world from the Depression until the mid-'50s.
  8. Goltigar says:
    May 03,  · From gorgeous film "Going Hollywood"(). Bing Crosby's voice truly reaches opera quality.

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