Bing Crosby – Victor Herbert

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Bing Crosby – Victor Herbert
Bing Crosby - Victor Herbert (album cover).jpg
Compilation album by Bing Crosby
Released Original 78 album: 1947
Original LP album: 1951
Recorded 1938
Genre Popular
Length 24:23
Label Decca
Bing Crosby chronology
St. Patrick's Day
(1947)
Bing Crosby – Victor Herbert
(1947)
Cowboy Songs, Vol. One
(1947)

Bing Crosby – Victor Herbert is a compilation album of phonograph records by Bing Crosby and Frances Langford of songs written by Victor Herbert.

Track listing[edit]

These songs were featured on a 3-disc, 78 rpm album set, Decca Album No. A-505.

Disc 1 (23814):
A. "I'm Falling in Love with Someone"
B. "Gypsy Love Song"
Disc 2 (23815):
A. "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life"
B. "Sweethearts"
Disc 3 (23816):
A. "When You're Away"
B. "Thine Alone"

LP track listing[edit]

Decca released a 10" vinyl LP Bing Crosby Sings Victor Herbert Songs Decca DL 5355 in 1951 containing the same songs with the addition of "I Might Be Your Once-in-a-While" and "Indian Summer".[1] Recording dates follow song titles.

All music composed by Victor Herbert. Recording dates follow song titles.

Side one
No.TitleLyricsPerformed withLength
1."I'm Falling in Love with Someone" (December 9, 1938)Rida Johnson YoungFrances Langford and Victor Young and His Orchestra3:08
2."Gypsy Love Song" (December 9, 1938)Harry B. SmithFrances Langford and Victor Young and His Orchestra3:02
3."Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life" (December 2, 1938)Rida Johnson YoungVictor Young and His Orchestra2:53
4."Sweethearts" (December 2, 1938)Robert Bache SmithVictor Young and His Orchestra3:16
Side two
No.TitleLyricsPerformed withLength
1."When You're Away" (December 2, 1938)Henry BlossomVictor Young and His Orchestra3:05
2."Thine Alone" (December 2, 1938)Henry BlossomVictor Young and His Orchestra2:55
3."I Might Be Your Once-in-a-While" (February 7, 1951)Robert Bache SmithJohn Scott Trotter and His Orchestra3:02
4."Indian Summer" (February 7, 1951)Al DubinJohn Scott Trotter and His Orchestra3:02

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DISCOGS.COM". discogs.com. Retrieved September 10, 2015. 
  2. ^ "A Bing Crosby Discography". BING magazine. International Club Crosby. Retrieved July 29, 2017.