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The victory collection : the Smithsonian remembers when America went to war, (sound recording)

Label
The victory collection : the Smithsonian remembers when America went to war
Title
The victory collection
Title remainder
the Smithsonian remembers when America went to war
Title variation
Smithsonian remembers when America went to war
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
PUL
Form of composition
popular music
Format of music
not applicable
PerformerNote
Various performers
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • Popular music
  • Documentary radio programs
Label
The victory collection : the Smithsonian remembers when America went to war, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Compact discs
  • Smithsonian Institute Press: RD 106-DMC3-1243 (RD 106-1--RD 106-3)
  • Originally recorded chiefly by RCA
Capture and storage technique
digital storage
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
  • CD 1, We managed to keep a sense of humor and sing some blues too: It's just a matter of time ; Plain talk / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- Wartime blues / W. Gillum (Jazz Gillum, vocal, harmonica) -- Pearl Harbor blues / Joe Clayton (Doctor Clayton, vocal) -- Get your gun and come along (we're fixin' to kill a skunk) / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- Stop the war (the cats are killin' themselves) / Wingy Manone (W. Manone, vocal, trumpet ; and his orchestra) -- That's what the well-dressed man in Harlem will wear / Irving Berlin (Fats Waller, vocal) -- Little Bo Peep has lost her jeep / music, Frank DeVol ; lyrics, Jerry Bowne (Spike Jones and his City Slickers) -- Pistol packin' mama / Al Dexter (Glenn Miller and the Army Air Force Band) -- Mussolini's letter to Hitler ; Hitler's reply to Mussolini / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- Obey your air raid warden / Les Burness, John Morris (Tony Pastor and his Orchestra) -- Shh, it's a military secret / Alan Courtney, Earl Allvine, Walter Bishop (Glenn Miller and his Orchestra) -- News of the world / Cliff Nazarro, commentator -- Siam / Del Porter (Spike Jones and his City Slickers) -- The story of Jitterbug Joe / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- One letter home / W. Gillum (Jazz Gillum, vocal, harmonica) -- Win the war blues / Sonny Boy Williamson (S.B. Williamson, vocal, harmonica) -- Hirohito's letter to Hitler ; Hitler's last letter to Hirohito / Carson Robison -- V-Day Stomp / The Four Clefs -- Leave the dishes in the sink, Ma / Spike Jones and his City Slickers -- I'm goin' back to whur I come from / Carson Robison --
  • CD 2, Sometimes we got sentimental: This is worth fighting for / Edgar de Lange, Sam Stept (Shep Fields and his New Music -- Dear Mom / Maury Coleman Harris (Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye) -- Three little sisters / Irving Taylor, Vic Mizzy (Dinah Shore, vocal) -- Siboney / Ernesto Lecuona (Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra) -- Rum and Coca-Cola / Morey Amsterdam, Jeri Sullivan, Paul Baron (Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra) -- Rose Ann of Charing Cross / Kermit Goell, Mabel Wayne (The Four Vagabonds) -- She'll always remember / Eddie Pola, Johnny Marks (Glenn Miller and his Orchestra) -- Comin' in on a wing and a prayer / Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh (The Four Vagabonds) -- There's a star spangled banner waving somewhere / Paul Roberts, Shelby Darnell (Elton Britt, vocal, guitar) -- He wears a pair of silver wings / Eric Maschwitz, Michael Carr (Dinah Shore, vocal) -- Symphony / Alex Alstone, Jack Lawrence (Freddy Martin and his Orchestra) -- A G.I. wish / Borelli, Niederman, Sarnoff (The Four Vagabonds) -- Johnny Doughboy found a rose in Ireland / Kay Tromey, Al Goodhart (Freddy Martin and his Orchestra) -- From the coast of Maine to the Rockies / Benny Davis, Russ Morgan, Ted Murry (Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra) -- Stars and stripes on Iwo Jima Isle / Bob Wills, Cliff "Cactus Jack" Johnson (The Sons of the Pioneers) -- Last page of Mein Kampf / Jack B. Johnstone, Will Livernash (Texas Jim Robertson and his Panhandle
  • CD 3, For the duration: The wartime era at home is portrayed through actual radio broadcasts from that period and interviews. This audio documentary provides a context for the songs featured in The victory collection
Control code
ocm39827474
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
3 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Kind of cutting
not applicable
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Kind of material
plastic with metal
Lccn
00207984
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • RD 106-DMC3-1243
  • DMC3-1243
  • RD 106-1
  • RD 106-2
  • RD 106-3
Special playback characteristics
unknown
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
The victory collection : the Smithsonian remembers when America went to war, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Compact discs
  • Smithsonian Institute Press: RD 106-DMC3-1243 (RD 106-1--RD 106-3)
  • Originally recorded chiefly by RCA
Capture and storage technique
digital storage
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
  • CD 1, We managed to keep a sense of humor and sing some blues too: It's just a matter of time ; Plain talk / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- Wartime blues / W. Gillum (Jazz Gillum, vocal, harmonica) -- Pearl Harbor blues / Joe Clayton (Doctor Clayton, vocal) -- Get your gun and come along (we're fixin' to kill a skunk) / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- Stop the war (the cats are killin' themselves) / Wingy Manone (W. Manone, vocal, trumpet ; and his orchestra) -- That's what the well-dressed man in Harlem will wear / Irving Berlin (Fats Waller, vocal) -- Little Bo Peep has lost her jeep / music, Frank DeVol ; lyrics, Jerry Bowne (Spike Jones and his City Slickers) -- Pistol packin' mama / Al Dexter (Glenn Miller and the Army Air Force Band) -- Mussolini's letter to Hitler ; Hitler's reply to Mussolini / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- Obey your air raid warden / Les Burness, John Morris (Tony Pastor and his Orchestra) -- Shh, it's a military secret / Alan Courtney, Earl Allvine, Walter Bishop (Glenn Miller and his Orchestra) -- News of the world / Cliff Nazarro, commentator -- Siam / Del Porter (Spike Jones and his City Slickers) -- The story of Jitterbug Joe / Carson Robison (C. Robison, vocal) -- One letter home / W. Gillum (Jazz Gillum, vocal, harmonica) -- Win the war blues / Sonny Boy Williamson (S.B. Williamson, vocal, harmonica) -- Hirohito's letter to Hitler ; Hitler's last letter to Hirohito / Carson Robison -- V-Day Stomp / The Four Clefs -- Leave the dishes in the sink, Ma / Spike Jones and his City Slickers -- I'm goin' back to whur I come from / Carson Robison --
  • CD 2, Sometimes we got sentimental: This is worth fighting for / Edgar de Lange, Sam Stept (Shep Fields and his New Music -- Dear Mom / Maury Coleman Harris (Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye) -- Three little sisters / Irving Taylor, Vic Mizzy (Dinah Shore, vocal) -- Siboney / Ernesto Lecuona (Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra) -- Rum and Coca-Cola / Morey Amsterdam, Jeri Sullivan, Paul Baron (Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra) -- Rose Ann of Charing Cross / Kermit Goell, Mabel Wayne (The Four Vagabonds) -- She'll always remember / Eddie Pola, Johnny Marks (Glenn Miller and his Orchestra) -- Comin' in on a wing and a prayer / Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh (The Four Vagabonds) -- There's a star spangled banner waving somewhere / Paul Roberts, Shelby Darnell (Elton Britt, vocal, guitar) -- He wears a pair of silver wings / Eric Maschwitz, Michael Carr (Dinah Shore, vocal) -- Symphony / Alex Alstone, Jack Lawrence (Freddy Martin and his Orchestra) -- A G.I. wish / Borelli, Niederman, Sarnoff (The Four Vagabonds) -- Johnny Doughboy found a rose in Ireland / Kay Tromey, Al Goodhart (Freddy Martin and his Orchestra) -- From the coast of Maine to the Rockies / Benny Davis, Russ Morgan, Ted Murry (Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra) -- Stars and stripes on Iwo Jima Isle / Bob Wills, Cliff "Cactus Jack" Johnson (The Sons of the Pioneers) -- Last page of Mein Kampf / Jack B. Johnstone, Will Livernash (Texas Jim Robertson and his Panhandle
  • CD 3, For the duration: The wartime era at home is portrayed through actual radio broadcasts from that period and interviews. This audio documentary provides a context for the songs featured in The victory collection
Control code
ocm39827474
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
3 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Kind of cutting
not applicable
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Kind of material
plastic with metal
Lccn
00207984
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • RD 106-DMC3-1243
  • DMC3-1243
  • RD 106-1
  • RD 106-2
  • RD 106-3
Special playback characteristics
unknown
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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