Bing Crosby

Blue SkiesAll By Myself / Blue Skies (1946)
Dream A Little DreamBing With A Beat LP (1957)
East Side Of HeavenEast Side Of Heaven / Sing A Song Of Sunbeams (1938)
Empty SaddlesEmpty Saddles / A Roundup Lullaby (1936)
The Funny Old HillsI Have Eyes / The Funny Old Hills (1938)
Goodnight SweetheartToo Late / Goodnight Sweetheart (1931)
It's The Natural Thing To DoIt's The Natural Thing To Do / All You Want To Do Is Dance (1937)
Learn To CroonLearn To Croon / Moonstruck (1933)
Pennies From HeavenSo Do I / Pennies From Heaven (1936)
PleasePlease (1932)
A Roundup LullabyEmpty Saddles / A Roundup Lullaby (1936)
That Sly Old Gentleman
(From Featherbed Lane)
Hang Your Heart On A Hickory Limb / That Sly Old Gentleman (1939)
Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day)Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) (1931)


Bing playlist



Contributor: Kenneth Pooley

Would we have had Please Please Me without ”Please Lend Your Little Ears To My Pleas”? If Lennon hadn’t heard the Crosby recording of Please, then probably not, or so the story goes.


The International Club Crosby

Bing Crosby biography (Apple Music)

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1 Comment

  1. Andrew Shields
    Jun 11, 2014

    Great list – would have to have ‘Brother, Can You Spare a Dime’ in my top ten, though. A master class in letting the words do the work… Would also probably include his great versions of the Rodgers and Hart classics, ‘Blue Room’ and ‘Mountain Greenery’.

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