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Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians
Sentimental Journey

I Hear Music
I Feel A Song Comin' On
Sentimental Journey
Here I'll Stay
Country Style
Someone to Watch Over Me
I Can't Give You Anything but Love
Japanese Sandman
Moonlight and Roses
Runnin' Wild
April Showers
The Continental
Somebody Loves Me
Ballynure Ballad
Ain't Misbehavin
It's Only A Paper Moon
I Only Have Eyes for You
Riders in the Sky
Hit the Road to Dreamland
Roumanian Rhapsody
What Makes the Sunset

Produced by Peter Kiefer Directed by Fred Waring

Called "the man who taught America how to sing" Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians were a fixture on radio in the '40's and '50's and these 23 songs were recorded in 1949 and 1950 when at the height of their popularity. The group, including the instrumentalists, was over 50 members strong and sing beautifully some of the classic songs from the era. The arrangements were from some of the top choral arrangers in the country such as Roy Ringwold and Harry Simeone. A great trip down memory lane.

Item code: 4444C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Accompanied | Mixed | United States

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