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1941 Greetings Card & CD

1941 Greetings Card & CD
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♦ 20 Original Hits by Original Artists 

♦ CD with a quality three part gatefold GiftCard 

♦ High quality recordings from the Sony BMG music archive 

Price: £6.45
1941 A Time to Remember Greetings Card and 20 track CD.

Perhaps the most unusual and treasured gifts around - 20 Original hits from the year 1941, presented on a CD and mounted in a quality 3-part, gate-fold, GiftCard, complete with envelope (GiftCard, CD, and white envelope, are all sent in a protective outer).

Perfect as a gift; these high quality recordings are just as they were heard on the radio of the day. Family and friends can share the memories as the CD can be listened to time and time again.

Music fans will love them too; this is the real thing, the original hits, by the original artists, straight from the Sony BMG Music Library.

1941 Greetings Card & CD
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Product code: CD-1941  

On the Disk:- 1941 Greetings Card & CD

1.Billie Holiday - God Bless The Child
2.Glenn Miller - Chattanooga Choo Choo
3.Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey - It's Always You
4.Gene Autry - You Are My Sunshine
5.Duke Ellington - Showboat Shuffle
6.Dinah Shore - Shake Down The Stars
7.Benny Goodman - Air Mail Special
8.The Jack Teagarden Orchestra - A Hundred Years From Today
9.Harry Roy And His Band - Victory Roll Rag
10.The Earl Hines Orchestra - The Jitney Man
11.Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Take Me Back To Tulsa
12.Fats Waller - Rump Steak Serenade
13.Lena Horne - Stormy Weather
14.Freddy Martin - The Hut-Sut Song
15.Lonnie Johnson - Crowing Rooster Blues
16.Kay Kyser & His Orchestra - Praise The Lord & Pass The Ammunition
17.The Harry James Orchestra - You Made Me Love You
18.Count Basie - Basie Boogie
19.Tommy Dorsey - Yes Indeed!
20.Louis Armstrong - Chicago Breakdown