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Bing Crosby - The Emperor Waltz flac album
The Emperor Waltz
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The Emperor Waltz is an album of phonograph records by Bing Crosby of songs featured in his film The Emperor Waltz. This was not a soundtrack recording as Crosby recorded the songs separately some months after completing the film in September 1946. A song called "Get Yourself a Phonograph" had been recorded for the film but was eventually omitted.

The Emperor Waltz is found on the album Going Hollywood, Vol. 4: 1944-1949. Found on more albums: The Chronological Bing Crosby, Vol. 44: 1947. Bing Crosby – The Emperor Waltz.

Studio album by Bing Crosby. Bing Crosby had recorded the songs from his film Top o’ the Morning in May and June 1949 and these were released on two separate 78 records to tie in with the film’s premiere on August 31, 1949. Following the development of the vinyl LP record by Columbia Records in 1948, Decca issued a plethora of Crosby albums in that format. Many were simply reissues of earlier 78rpm albums but Top o' the Morning, Emperor Waltz appears to be the first 10 LP not to have been issued as a 78rpm album.

The Emperor Waltz Selections. 1948 год. Ужасно Очень плохо Плохо Неплохо Почти хорошо Хорошо Очень хорошо Отлично Великолепно Превосходно. 1. I Kiss Your Hand, Madame.

Bing Crosby – Victor Herbert is a compilation album of phonograph records by Bing Crosby and Frances Langford of songs written by Victor Herbert. The Small One (album). The Small One is a studio album of Deccalite phonograph records by Bing Crosby of a Charles Tazewell story. It was produced and directed by Paramount Pictures producer Robert Welch with musical accompaniment from Victor Young and His Orchestra. St. Valentine's Day (album). Beloved Hymns is a studio album by Bing Crosby released in 1951 featuring eight hymns recorded with the Ken Darby Choir and organ accompaniment on May 6, 1949. Bing's Hollywood vols. The Bing’s Hollywood series was a Decca Records 15-album set by Bing Crosby of commercial recordings of songs used in his films from 1934 to 1956.

This song is by Bing Crosby. Life is a dream, yet it's so realHard to explain, just how you feelDeep in your heart, joy seems to dwellLike poets say, it's perfectly swell. In every step, of this old danceThere is delight, love and romanceIf you are the one, give me the fewAnd I am sure there's no one like you. You are all I dreamYou are a part of my heart and esteemAnd since I've met youNow I know that dreams do come true.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Friendly Mountains
Written-By – Johnny Burke
B The Kiss In Your Eyes
Written-By – Johnny Burke, Richard Heuberger
C I Kiss You Hand, Madame
Written By – J.YoungWritten-By – Fritz Rotter, Ralph Erwin, Sam Lewis
D Emperor Waltz
Written-By – Johann Strauss Jr., Johnny Burke

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  • Other (A/B Category): 24204
  • Other (C/D Category): 24170