Bing Crosby - The Yodel Blues album download
This article is a discography for American singer Bing Crosby. Since many radio stations in the US adopt a format change to Christmas music each December, many holiday hits have an annual spike in popularity during the last few weeks of the year and are retired once the season is over.
Bing Crosby Sings Irish released: 2005. I Wish You a Merry Christmas released: 2004. The Christmas Album released: 2004. Swingin' With Bing! (Lost Radio Performances) released: 2004. Christmas With Bing Crosby released: 2001. Fancy Meeting You Here released: 2001. The Chronological Bing Crosby, Volume 10: 1932 released: 2000. The Chronological Bing Crosby, Volume 9, 1931 released: 2000. Sinatra at Christmas released: 2000. Christmas With Frank & Bing released: 2000. Don't Fence Me In released: 2000. A Centennial Anthology of His Decca Recordings released: 2000. The Chronological Bing Crosby, Volume 8, 1930-31 released: 1999. The Chronological Bing Crosby, Volume 6: 1929 released: 1999. The Legendary Bing Crosby released: 1999. Some Fine Old Chestnuts, New Tricks.
The Essential Bing Crosby Bing Crosby. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. 4. Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn (with The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra). 6. I'm Coming Virginia (feat. 7. Ol' Man River (feat. 8. You Took Advantage of Me (with Bing Crosby & Bix Beiderbecke). 9. From Monday On (with Bing Crosby & Bix Beiderbecke). Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers. 16. St. Louis Blues (with Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra).
Bing Crosby, and Russ Morgan (2) – The Yodel Blues, The Big Movie Show In The Sky. Label: Decca – 6. 45.
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It was inevitable that The Moody Blues would produce a Christmas record. Why it took this long is the mystery. Time will tell whether this album becomes a Moody Blues classic. 14 people found this helpful.