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1Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraDipsy Doodle
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Larry Clinton
2Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraFools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Mercer, Bloom
3Artie Shaw And His OrchestraThis Time The Dream's On Me
Vocals – Bonnie LakeWritten-By – Arlen, Mercer
4Alvino Rey And His OrchestraDeep In The Heart Of Texas
Vocals – Bill Schallen, Skeets HerfurtWritten-By – Swander, Hershey
5Glenn Miller And His OrchestraMoonlight Serenade
Vocals – Ray Eberle, The ModernairesWritten-By – Gannon, Roberts
6 1943
7Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraDolores
Vocals – Frank Sinatra, The Pied PipersWritten-By – Loesser, Alter
8Freddy Martin And His OrchestraThe Hut-Sut Song
Vocals – Eddie Stone Written-By – Owens, Killion, McMichael
9Artie Shaw And His OrchestraAc-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
Vocals – Imogene LynnWritten-By – Arlen, Mercer
10Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraMusic, Maestro, Please
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Wrubel, Magidson
11Artie Shaw And His OrchestraI Have Eyes
Vocals – Helen ForrestWritten-By – Robin, Rainger
12Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraDid I Remember
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Adamson, Donaldson
13Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraThere Goes That Song Again
Vocals – Nancy NormanWritten-By – Styne, Cahn
14Glenn Miller And His OrchestraBlueberry Hill
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Lewis, Stock, Rose
15Van Alexander And His Orchestra(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over
Vocals – Jayne DoverWritten-By – Wrubel, Magidson
16 1939
17Shep Fields And His Rippling Rhythm OrchestraGoodnight My Love
Written-By – Revel, Gordon
18Ozzie Nelson And His OrchestraLittle Skipper
Vocals – Ozzie NelsonWritten-By – Charles Kenny, Nick Kenny
19Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraShoe Shine Boy
Vocals – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Cahn, Chaplin
20Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraChickery Chick
Vocals – Billy Williams , Nancy Norman, The Kaye ChoirWritten-By – Lippman, Dee
21Skinnay Ennis And His OrchestraWishing
Vocals – Skinnay EnnisWritten-By – Bud G. DeSylva
22Mitchell Ayres And His Fashions-In-MusicJust A Little Bit South Of North Carolina
Vocals – Mary Ann MercerWritten-By – Shaftel, Cannon, Skylar
23Glenn Miller And His OrchestraIt's Always You
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Burke-Van Heusen
24Benny Goodman And His OrchestraChristopher Columbus
Written-By – Razaf, Berry
25Charlie Barnet And His OrchestraAll This And Heaven Too
Vocals – Larry Taylor Written-By – DeLange, Van Heusen
26Hal Kemp And His OrchestraI've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams
Vocals – Judy StarrWritten-By – Monaco, Burke
27Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansThat Old Feeling
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Brown, Fain
28Abe Lyman And His CaliforniansFor Me And My Gal
Vocals – Bill Sherman Written-By – Goetz, Leslie, Meyer
29Ozzie Nelson And His OrchestraSays My Heart
Vocals – Harriet HilliardWritten-By – Lane, Loesser
30Les Brown And His OrchestraDon't Worry 'Bout Me
Vocals – Miriam ShawWritten-By – Bloom, Koehler
31Richard Himber And His Ritz-Carlton OrchestraIn The Chapel In The Moonlight
Vocals – Stuart AllenWritten-By – Billy Hill
32Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraThe Umbrella Man
Vocals – The Three Barons And ChorusWritten-By – Stock, Rose
33Bob Chester And His OrchestraWith The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
Vocals – Dolores O'NeillWritten-By – Edwards, Lawrence
34Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraManhattan Serenade
Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Adamson, Alter
35Glenn Miller And His OrchestraBlue Rain
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Van Heusen, Mercer
36Rudy Vallee And His Connecticut YankeesVieni, Vieni
Vocals – Rudy Vallee, The Gentlemen SongstersWritten-By – Koger, Varna, Vallee, Scotto
37Glenn Miller And His OrchestraSerenade In Blue
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Warren, Gordon
38The Four King SistersSan Fernando Valley
Written-By – Gordon Jenkins
39Glenn Miller And His OrchestraMoonlight Mood
Vocals – Skip Nelson, The ModernairesWritten-By – Adamson, DeRose
40Benny Goodman And His OrchestraThese Foolish Things Remind Me Of You
Vocals – Helen WardWritten-By – Link, Marvell, Strachey
41 1944
42Glenn Miller And His OrchestraA Pink Cocktail For A Blue Lady
Vocals – Skip NelsonWritten-By – Oakland, Magidson
43Glenn Miller And His OrchestraSierra Sue
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Joseph B. Carey
44Tony Pastor And His OrchestraMaria Elena
Vocals – Dorsey AndersonWritten-By – Barcelata, Russell
45Teddy Powell And His OrchestraLet's Get Lost
Vocals – Peggy MannWritten-By – Loesser, McHugh
46Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraSaturday Night Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week
Vocals – Nancy NormanWritten-By – Styne, Cahn
47Eddy Duchin And His OrchestraMoon Over Miami
Vocals – Lew SherwoodWritten-By – Leslie, Burke
48Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraI Dream Of You
Vocals – Freddie Stewart Written-By – Osser, Goetschius
49Freddy Martin And His OrchestraJingle, Jangle, Jingle
Vocals – Clyde Rogers, Stuart Wade Written-By – Loesser, Lilley
50Blue Barron And His OrchestraOn The Isle Of May
Vocals – Russ CarlyleWritten-By – Kostelanetz, David
51Tommy Dorsey And His Clambake SevenYou Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Warren, Mercer
52Glenn Miller And His OrchestraWoodpecker Song
Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – C.B., Eldo Di Lazzaro, Adamson
53Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraSouth Of The Border
Vocals – Clyde Burke, Kayedets And ChorusWritten-By – Kennedy, Carr
54 1941
55Tommy Dorsey And His Clambake SevenThe Music Goes Round And Round
Vocals – Edythe WrightWritten-By – Farley, Riley, Hodgson
56Fletcher Henderson And His OrchestraKnock, Knock, Who's There?
Vocals – Edward Cuffee, Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Davis, Tyson, Morris, Lopez
57Bob Chester And His OrchestraWe Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me)
Vocals – Dolores O'NeillWritten-By – Robertson, Cogane, Mysels
58Jan Savitt And His Top HattersYou Go To My Head
Vocals – Carlotta DaleWritten-By – Gillespie, Coots
59Tony Pastor And His OrchestraDance With A Dolly
Vocals – Tony PastorWritten-By – Eaton, Leader, Shand
60Charlie Spivak And His OrchestraIt's Been A Long Long Time
Vocals – Irene DayeWritten-By – Styne, Cahn
61Hal Kemp And His OrchestraSunrise Serenade
Written-By – Carle, Lawrence
62Teddy Hill And His NBC OrchestraA Study In Brown
Written-By – Larry Clinton
63Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraSleepy Lagoon
Trombone [Solo] – Tommy DorseyWritten-By – Coates, Lawrence
64Hal McIntyre And His OrchestraSentimental Journey
Written-By – Homer, Green, Brown
65 1945
66David Rose And His OrchestraPoinciana
Written-By – Bernier, Simon
67Shep Fields And His Rippling Rhythm OrchestraOn The Beach At Bali Bali
Vocals – Charles ChesterWritten-By – Silver, Sherman, Meskill
68The Four King Sisters With Male ChorusMairzy Doats (And Dozy Doats)
Written-By – Hoffman, Livingston, Drake
69Benny Goodman And His OrchestraBob White
Vocals – Martha TiltonWritten-By – Hanighen, Mercer
70 1938
71Eddy Duchin And His OrchestraMoonlight And Shadows
Vocals – Lew SherwoodWritten-By – Hollaender, Robin
72Freddy Martin And His OrchestraScatter-Brain
Vocals – Glen HughesWritten-By – Bean, Masters, Burke, Keene
73Alvino Rey And His OrchestraStrip Polka
Vocals – The Four King Sisters And ChorusWritten-By – Johnny Mercer
74Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraTangerine
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Mercer, Schertzinger
75Artie Shaw And His OrchestraI Don't Want To Walk Without You
Vocals – Paula KellyWritten-By – Loesser, Styne
76Tony Pastor And His OrchestraBell Bottom Trousers
Vocals – Ruth McCullough, Tony PastorWritten-By – Moe Jaffe
77Larry Clinton And His OrchestraI Double Dare You
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Eaton, Shand
78Ziggy Elman And His OrchestraAnd The Angels Sing
Written-By – Mercer, Elman
79Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraYou Always Hurt The One You Love
Vocals – Billy Williams Written-By – Roberts, Fisher
80Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraAren't You Glad You're You
Vocals – Stuart FosterWritten-By – Burke-Van Heusen
81Earl Hines And His OrchestraSkylark
Vocals – Billy EckstineWritten-By – Carmichael, Mercer
82Shep Fields And His New MusicWhen The Lights Go On Again
Vocals – Ralph YoungWritten-By – Benjemen, Seiler, Marcus
83Shep Fields And His Rippling Rhythm OrchestraIt Looks Like Rain In Cherry Blossom Lane
Vocals – Bobby GodayWritten-By – Leslie, Burke
84Freddy Martin And His OrchestraRose O'Day
Vocals – Eddie Stone And ChorusWritten-By – Lewis, Tobias
85Freddy Martin And His OrchestraSymphony
Vocals – Clyde RogersWritten-By – Alstone, Lawrence
86Ozzie Nelson And His OrchestraOnce In A While
Vocals – Harriet HilliardWritten-By – Green, Edwards
87Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraImagination
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Van Heusen-Burke
88Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraRum And Coca-Cola
Vocals – Rosemary Calvin, The Norton Sisters, Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Sullavan, Amsterdam, Baron
89Freddy Martin And His OrchestraWarsaw Concerto
Piano – Jack FinaWritten-By – Richard Addinsell
90Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansA Sailboat In The Moonlight
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Lombardo, Loeb
91Freddy Martin And His OrchestraAll Or Nothing At All
Vocals – Clyde RogersWritten-By – Altman, Lawrence
92Glenn Miller And His OrchestraMy Reverie
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Larry Clinton
93Hal Kemp And His OrchestraThe Moon Got In My Eyes
Vocals – Bob Allen Written-By – Johnston, Burke
94Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraBlue Orchids
Arranged By – WetsteinVocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Carmichael
95Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraI'll Be Seeing You
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Kahal, Fain
96Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraOn The Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe
Vocals – The SentimentalistsWritten-By – Warren, Mercer
97Glenn Miller And His OrchestraPerfidia
Vocals – Dorothy Claire, The ModernairesWritten-By – Dominguez, Leeds
98Guy Lombardo And His Royal CanadiansWhen Did You Leave Heaven?
Vocals – Carmen LombardoWritten-By – Whiting, Bullock
99Larry Clinton And His OrchestraHeart And Soul
Vocals – Bea WainWritten-By – Loesser, Carmichael
100Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraBlues In The Night
Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Arlen, Mercer
101Benny Goodman And His OrchestraI Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Vocals – Martha TiltonWritten-By – Ellington, Nemo, Mills, Redmon
102Enric Madriguera And His OrchestraBrazil
Written-By – Barroso
103 1940
104Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraTaking A Chance On Love
Vocals – The Three KadetsWritten-By – LaTouche, Fetter, Duke
105Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraHeaven Can Wait
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – DeLange, Van Heusen
106Alvino Rey And His OrchestraDearly Beloved
Vocals – Bill SchallenWritten-By – Kern, Mercer
107Gray Gordon And His Tic-Toc RhythmFerryboat Serenade
Vocals – Meredith Blake And ChorusWritten-By – DiLazzaro, Adamson, Panseri
108Jan Savitt And His Top HattersThe Things I Love
Vocals – Allan DeWittWritten-By – Barlow, Harris
109Erskine Hawkins And His OrchestraCaldonia
Vocals – Ace HarrisWritten-By – Fleecie Moore
110 1942
111"Fats" Waller And His RhythmAll My Life
Piano – "Fats" WallerVocals – "Fats" WallerWritten-By – Stept, Mitchell
112Artie Shaw And His OrchestraDo I Love You
Vocals – Helen ForrestWritten-By – Cole Porter
113Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraThere I've Said It Again
Vocals – The Norton Sisters, Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Mann, Evans
114 1936
115Benny Goodman And His OrchestraAfraid To Dream
Vocals – Betty VanWritten-By – Revel, Gordon
116Earl Hines And His OrchestraIt Had To Be You
Vocals – Madeline Greene And The Three VarietiesWritten-By – Kahn, Jones
117Hal McIntyre And His OrchestraI'm Making Believe
Vocals – Ruth GaylorWritten-By – Monaco, Gordon
118Benny Goodman And His OrchestraThe Flat Foot Floogee
Vocals [Refrain] – The BandWritten-By – Green, Stewart, Gaillard
119Hal Kemp And His OrchestraIt All Comes Back To Me Now
Vocals – Bob Allen Written-By – Kramer, Zaret, Whitney
120Sammy Kaye And His OrchestraDaddy
Vocals – Kaye ChoirWritten-By – Bob Troup
121Vaughn Monroe And His OrchestraThere I Go
Vocals – Vaughn MonroeWritten-By – Zaret, Weiser
122Charlie Barnet And His OrchestraI Hear A Rhapsody
Vocals – Bob CarrollWritten-By – Gasparre, Fragos, Baker
123Tommy Dorsey And His OrchestraYou And I
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Meredith Willson
124 1937
125Paul Whiteman And His OrchestraWah-Hoo
Vocals – Durelle And GangWritten-By – Cliff Friend
126Larry Clinton And His OrchestraThe Nearness Of You
Vocals – Helen SouthernWritten-By – Carmichael, Washington
127Glenn Miller And His OrchestraI Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest
Vocals – Ray Eberle, The ModernairesWritten-By – Green, Block, Stoner
128Teddy Powell And His OrchestraMurder, He Says
Vocals – Peggy MannWritten-By – Loesser, McHugh
129Bunny Berigan And His OrchestraHeigh-Ho (It's Off To Work We Go)
Vocals – Gail ReeseWritten-By – Churchill, Morey
130Freddy Martin And His OrchestraDream
Vocals – Artie Wayne Written-By – Johnny Mercer


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RD 25-KVarious The Great Band Era (1936-1945) ‎(10xLP, Comp, Hol + Box)Reader's Digest, RCA CustomRD 25-KUS1964
RD 5-025-1Various The Great Band Era ‎(4x8-Trk, Comp)Reader's DigestRD 5-025-1US1975
RD 25E-KVarious 40-talets Toppband (1936-1945) ‎(10xLP, Comp, RE + LP, Comp, RE, Bon + Box, Comp, R)Reader's Digest, RCA CustomRD 25E-KSweden1969
RD25-KVarious The Great Band Era (1936-1945) ‎(10xLP, Comp, Mono + Box)Reader's Digest, RCA CustomRD25-KUS1964
616-EMVarious The Great Band Era (1936-1945) ‎(10xLP, Comp, Mono + Box)Reader's Digest616-EMCanada1964


  • Engineer [Transfers & Monaural Recordings]Donald Miller
  • Liner NotesJohn S. Wilson
  • Supervised ByBrad McCuen



Made for Reader's Digest by Cyclophonic (R).
Miracle Sound by Radio Corporation of America.

J5: based on Tchaikovsky's D Major Quartette - Andante Cantabile Movement


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  • Engineered At – RCA Victor


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Various - The Top Bands Play 10 Years Of Top Tunes (1936-1945) mp3
Calypso, Big Band, Swing
Performer: Various
Title: The Top Bands Play 10 Years Of Top Tunes (1936-1945)
Category: Jazz
Country: US
Released: 1964
Label: Reader's Digest, RCA Custom
Catalog #: RD3-20
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 249
Record Source: 10 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono Box Set