Various ‎– Radio Days – Selections From The Original Soundtrack Of The Motion Picture

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Novus ‎– PL83017, RCA ‎– PL83017
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A1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Opus No. 1
Written-By – Sy Oliver
2:55
A2 Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Frenesi
Written-By – Alberto Domínguez*
3:02
A3 Allan Jones (5) The Donkey Serenade
Conductor – Nathaniel ShilkretLyrics By – Chet Forrest, Bob Wright*Music By – Herbert Stothart, Rudolf FrimlTenor Vocals – Allan Jones (5)
3:20
A4 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra You And I
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Meredith Willson
2:44
A5 Swing & Sway With Sammy Kaye* Remember Pearl Harbor
Music By – Sammy KayeMusic By, Lyrics By – Don ReidVocals – Glee Club (2)
2:26
A6 Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians That Old Feeling
Lyrics By – Lew BrownMusic By – Sammy Fain
2:42
B1 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra (There'll Be Blue Birds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover
Lyrics By – Nat BurtonMusic By – Walter KentVocals – Ray Eberle
2:53
B2 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Goodbye
Vocals – Helen WardWritten-By, Arranged By – Gordon Jenkins
3:23
B3 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
Music By – George Bassman
3:38
B4 Glenn Miller And His Orchestra American Patrol
Written-By – F. W. Meacham
3:20
B5 Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra* Take The 'A' Train
Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
2:56
B6 Xavier Cugat And His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra* One, Two, Three, Kick
Lyrics By – Albert Stillman*Music By – Xavier Cugat
3:18

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Notes

——Center labels info——
Black on blue labels
Manufactured and distributed by RCA/Ariola International, New York, N.Y.

——Sleeve info——
"Radio Days" motion picture written and directed by Woody Allen
All selections courtesy of RCA Records
Info below barcode: D SE / F RC270 / UK HH
Distributed in Europe by RCA/Ariola-Ariola/RCA
RCA is a registered trademark of RCA Corporation
Printed in Germany

——Credits and locations in film——
(A1) published 1943, performed by Tommy Dorsey on radio
(A2) published 1939, performed by Artie Shaw on radio
(A3) published 1923, performed by Allan Jones on radio
(A4) published 1941, performed by Tommy Dorsey in the score during a flashback
(A5) published 1941, performed by Sammy Kaye as background after the Pearl Harbor bombing
(A6) published 1937, performed by Guy Lombardo on radio
(B1) published 1941, performed by Glenn Miller on radio
(B2) published 1934, performed by Benny Goodman on radio
(B3) published 1932, performed by Tommy Dorsey on radio
(B4) published 1891, performed by Glenn Miller on radio
(B5) published 1941, performed by Duke Ellington in the score for the hospital scene
(B6) published 1933-42, performed by Xavier Cugat on radio

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 035628 301710
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0035628301710
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side runout stamp): DM B-7910 A-1/4-87
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side runout stamp): DM B-7910 B-1/4-87 PU
  • Label Code: LC 0316
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Price Code (Germany): SE
  • Price Code (France): RC270
  • Price Code (UK): HH

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lexdexter

lexdexter

May 12, 2012
I'm actually holding 3017-1-N, made in the USA.