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The title of this collection is a little deceiving. Yes, you will hear Bing Crosby singing, but you will hear several selections of the Longines Symphonette without him singing. I don’t have a problem with that, so let’s listen to some beautiful music and a beautiful voice in Volume 30: Bing’s Loved Songs Part 1

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Credits and Copyrights:

The Longines Symphonette ‎– Bing Crosby’s Treasury – The Songs I Love
Label: Longines Symphonette Society ‎– none
Format: 6 × Vinyl, LP, Stereo Box Set
Released: 1966
Genre: Jazz, Pop, Stage & Screen
Style: Vocal, Swing, Musical, Big Band, Easy Listening

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
written by Harold Arlen and the lyrics by Johnny Mercer in 1944
What’ll I Do
Written-By – Irving Berlin 1923
Cheek to Cheek
Written-By – Irving Berlin 1935
Lyrics By – Leo Robin 1938
Music By – Ralph Rainger
Irving Berlin in 1924
One for My Baby
written by Harold Arlen and the lyrics by Johnny Mercer for the movie musical The Sky’s the Limit, 1943

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