A Little Bit of Irish

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
In September 1966, Bing Crosby went to Dublin to tape a television special, A Little Bit of Irish, which then was broadcast the following St. Patrick's Day. Nearly 29 years later, Atlantic Records released this album, which contains three performances drawn from the soundtrack and seven other tracks reflecting Crosby's lifelong affection for his Irish musical heritage...It runs less than 26 minutes and features some sparkling performances from Crosby's radio shows of the 1940s and '50s, plus Crosby's 1938 recording of Victor Herbert's "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life" Herbert was born in Ireland, which was a Decca and thus, one would have assumed, now an MCA recording. ...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
In September 1966, Bing Crosby went to Dublin to tape a television special, A Little Bit of Irish, which then was broadcast the following St. Patrick's Day. Nearly 29 years later, Atlantic Records released this album, which contains three performances drawn from the soundtrack and seven other tracks reflecting Crosby's lifelong affection for his Irish musical heritage...It runs less than 26 minutes and features some sparkling performances from Crosby's radio shows of the 1940s and '50s, plus Crosby's 1938 recording of Victor Herbert's "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life" Herbert was born in Ireland, which was a Decca and thus, one would have assumed, now an MCA recording. Collectors will welcome these otherwise rare recordings, even though the superior Crosby Irish set is MCA's Top O' the Morning/His Irish Collection, also released for St. Patrick's Day 1996.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/12/1996
  • Label: Atlantic
  • UPC: 075678288548
  • Catalog Number: 82885

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bing Crosby Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals, Narrator
Dermot O'Brien Track Performer
Milo O'Shea Track Performer
Little Dublin Singers Vocals
John Scott Trotter Conductor
Victor Young & His Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Guinness Choir Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Johnny Burke Composer
James Van Heusen Composer
Guy Bonham Composer
Wamp Carlson Composer
Red Latham Composer
Chauncey Olcott Composer
Victor Young & His Orchestra Contributor
Ernest R. Ball Composer
Gary Graff Composer
Shamus O'Connor Composer
Alicia Adelaide Needham Composer
Francis Fahy Composer
David Wright Digital Editing
John J. Stamford Composer
Dave Bennett Mastering
W. Steven Graham Composer
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