Songs That Got Us Through WW2

Songs That Got Us Through WW2

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Overview

Songs That Got Us Through WW2

This excellent collection of songs from "the War Years" includes the Andrews Sisters, Frank Sinatra, the Dorsey Brothers, and Harry James, among others. It's great for the novice.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/16/1990
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227096021
catalogNumber: 70960
Rank: 55764

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Andrews Sisters   Track Performer
Peggy Lee   Vocals,Track Performer
Mills Brothers   Track Performer
Jo Stafford   Track Performer
Ink Spots   Track Performer
Johnny Mercer   Track Performer
Martha Tilton   Track Performer
Vic Schoen   Track Performer
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Harry James & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Brown & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Paul Weston & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Song Spinners   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Gonzalo Roig   Composer
Jerome Kern   Composer
Ira Gershwin   Composer
Billy Vera   Liner Notes
Augustin Rodriguez   Composer
Jack Sherr   Composer

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Songs That Got Us Through WW2 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
luvsuspence More than 1 year ago
Although I lived through WW2, I was very young. My parents loved and played these songs and I remember them fondly. Memories!
DoriDV More than 1 year ago
One should be of the age of this era to truly appreciate these songs. They are so remeniscent of this time of missing our loved ones, and appreciating the the sacrifices they were making to protect our beautiful country. It brought back the memories and patriotism that were so prevelant in this war. We were eager and willing to make our hometown sacrifices, gas and food rationing, planting victory gardens, collecting newspapers, metal, using food stamps, anything that we could do to help the cause. God Bless our U.S.A.!!