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This crooner is the most successful charting music artist in history. He was in films and on TV and radio. He helped finance the development of videotape, bought television stations, bred racehorses, and co-owned the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team, during which time they won two World Series. But, boy could he sing.

So get ready for a billion selling voice in Volume 130: Bing’s Hit Parade.

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Credits and Copyrights:

Bing Crosby – Bing Crosby’s All Time Hit Parade
Label: Longines Symphonette Society – LWS 349
Format: Vinyl, LP
Released: 1970
Genre: Pop

Where The Blue Of The Night
written by Fred E. Ahlert, Bing Crosby and Roy Turk
Released on Brunswick records December 1931
reached #4 on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1932.

June In January
written by Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger
Performed in the movie Here Is My Heart released on December 22, 1934
Reached #9 on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1934

Just One More Chance from the movie of the same name
written by Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston
recorded on May 4, 1931, Released on Brunswick records
which topped the various charts of the day in 1931.

Let Me Call You Sweetheart
written by Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman
recorded on August 8, 1934 and released on Decca records

Moonlight Becomes You
written by Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen
Featured in the movie Road to Morocco released November 10, 1942
This topped the Billboard charts in 1942 and spent a total of 17 weeks in the lists.

Goodnight Sweetheart
Written by Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, and Ray Noble
Released on Brunswick records October 1931
As far as I can tell made it to the top 10 in 1931.

I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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