Monroe formed his first orchestra in Boston in 1940 and became its principal vocalist. He began recording for RCA Victor's subsidiary Bluebird label. That same year, Monroe built The Meadows, a restaurant and nightclub on Massachusetts Route 9 in Framingham, Massachusetts, west of Boston. Monroe recorded extensively for RCA Victor until 1956, and his signature tune was "Racing With the Moon" (1941). It sold over one million copies by 1952, becoming Monroe's first million-seller, and was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA. Among his other hits were "In the Still of the Night" (1939), "There I Go" (1941), "There I've Said It Again" (1945), "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow" (1946
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It's The Sentimental Written-By – Marvin. Thing To Do Fisher, Roy Alfred. B. Like We Used To Do Written-By – George. Vocals – The Moon Maids, Vaughn Monroe. Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra. It's The Sentimental Thing To Do, Like We Used To Do (10", Promo).
Monroe formed his first orchestra in Boston in 1940 and became its principal vocalist. They were said to be used to blow down the walls of Jericho and they are still used on certain religious days. The Salpinx was a straight trumpet 62 inches long, made of bone or bronze, Salpinx contests were a part of the original Olympic Games. The Moche people of ancient Peru depicted trumpets in their art going back to AD300, the earliest trumpets were signaling instruments used for military or religious purposes, rather than music in the modern sense, and the modern bugle continues this signaling tradition.
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Vocals by Vaughn Monroe and the Norton Sisters. Also for Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians during the same month, and for Kate Smith in May 1946. Also recorded in 1946 by Joe Loss and His Orchestra, and in 1968 by Ella Fitzgerald. It served as the theme song for Arthur Godfrey on the radio, and is featured in "Annie Hall". Written by John Jacob Loeb and Carmen Lombardo. B-side is "Gee! I Wish". Vaughn Monroe Orchestra Norton Sisters seems like old times. Oh how I wish this style of music would come back.
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|A||It's The Sentimental Thing To Do
Written-By – Marvin Fisher, Roy Alfred
|B||Like We Used To Do
Written-By – George Anthony Nigro
- Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
- Vocals [Refrain] – The Moon Maids, Vaughn Monroe
|20-2748||Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra||It's The Sentimental Thing To Do / Like We Used To Do (10", Promo)||RCA Victor||20-2748||US||1948|
|20-2748||Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra||It's The Sentimental Thing To Do / Like We Used To Do (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||20-2748||Canada||1948|