CD008: WWII Music & Variety Show Part 1
#1

Here's the disk I was talking about in my documentary section.

 

CD008: WWII Music & Variety Show Part 1

 

This disk includes:

 

Amphibious_Battle_Hymn.mp3

Any_Bonds_Today.mp3

Army_Air_Corps_Song_1.mp3

Army_Air_Corps_Song_2.mp3

As_Time_Goes_By.mp3

Barnacle_Bill_The_Sailor.mp3

Bell-Bottom_Trousers.mp3

Bless_Em_All.mp3

Boogie_Woogie_Bugle_Boy_01.mp3

Boogie_Woogie_Bugle_Boy_02.mp3

Boy_in_Khaki_Girl_in_Lace.mp3

Burma_Bomber.mp3

Coming_In_On_a_Wing_and_a_Prayer_01.mp3

Coming_In_On_a_Wing_and_a_Prayer_02.mp3

Coming_In_On_a_Wing_and_a_Prayer_03.mp3

Corn_for_my_Country.mp3

Cranky_Old_Yank.mp3

D-Day.mp3

Dear_Mom_01.mp3

Dear_Mom_02.mp3

Der_Fuehrers_Face.mp3

Dig_Down_Deep.mp3

Dont_Sit_Under_The_Apple_Tree_01.mp3

Dont_Sit_Under_The_Apple_Tree_02.mp3

Dont_Sit_Under_The_Apple_Tree_03.mp3

Dont_Worry.mp3

Enlisted_Mens_Mess.mp3

FDR_Jones.mp3

Fellow_on_a_Furlough.mp3

Ferdinand_the_Frantic_Freak.mp3

Fighting_Doug_MacArthur.mp3

Get_Your_Gun_and_Come_Along.mp3

GI_Jive.mp3

GI_Jive-Louis_Jordan.mp3

GI_Jive-V-Disc.mp3

Girls_Dont_Refuse_To_Kiss_a_Soldier.mp3

Gold_Star_Mothers.mp3

Good_Night_Soldier.mp3

Good_Night_Wherever_You_Are.mp3

Goodbye_Mama_Im_Off_To_Yokahama_1.mp3

Goodbye_Mama_Im_Off_To_Yokahama_2.mp3

Good-Bye_Sue.mp3

Guns_in_the_Sky.mp3

Guy_Comes_Marchin_Home.mp3

Harlem_On_Parade.mp3

Here_Come_the_British.mp3

Heres_To_You_MacArthur.mp3

Hes_My_Guy.mp3

Hip_Hip_Hooray.mp3

Hittin_the_Silk.mp3

Hot_Time_in_Berlin.mp3

I_Dont_Want_To_Walk_Without_You.mp3

I_Left_My_Heart_At_The_Stagedoor_Canteen.mp3

Ill_Be_Seeing_You.mp3

Ill_Bet_Youre_Sorry_Now_Tokyo_Rose-1947.mp3

Ill_Get_By.mp3

Ill_Never_Mention_Your_Name.mp3

Im_Goin_Back_to_Whur_I_Come_From.mp3

Im_in_the_Army_Now.mp3

Indian_Summer.mp3

Its_Just_a_Matter_Of_Time.mp3

Ive_Got_Sixpence.mp3

Jeep_Rhythm.mp3

Joltin_Joe_Dimaggio.mp3

Jungle_Jump.mp3

Keep_an_Eye_on_Your_Heart.mp3

Keep_the_Home_Fires_Burning.mp3

Keepem_Flying.mp3

Leave_The_Dishes_In_The_Sink_Ma.mp3

Light_a_Candle_in_the_Chapel.mp3

Little_Bo_Peep_Has_Lost_Her_Jeep.mp3

Looks_Like_You.mp3

LST_Party.mp3

Ma_I_Miss_Your_Apple_Pie.mp3

Marching_Through_Berlin.mp3

Marine_Corps_Hymn.mp3

Miss_You.mp3

Moon_Over_Burma.mp3

My_Devotion.mp3

My_Guys_Come_Back.mp3

My_Sister_and_I.mp3

Never_Another_War.mp3

No_Love_No_Nothin.mp3

Obey_Your_Air_Raid_Warden.mp3

One_Girl_Two_Boys.mp3

One_Letter_Home.mp3

One-A_In_The_Army.mp3

Pearl_Harbor_Blues.mp3

Pistol_Packing_Mama_V-Disc.mp3

Plain_Talk.mp3

Praise_The_Lord_&_Pass_The_Ammunition_1.mp3

Praise_The_Lord_&_Pass_The_Ammunition_2.mp3

Pvt_Mary_Brown.mp3

Remember_Pearl_Harbor_1.mp3

Remember_Pearl_Harbor_2.mp3

Remember_Pearl_Harbor_3.mp3

Road_to_Victory.mp3

Robison-Hirohitos_Letter_To_Hitler.mp3

Robison-Hitlers_Last_Letter_To_Hirohito.mp3

Robison-Hitlers_Reply_to_Mussolini.mp3

Robison-Mussolinis_Letter_To_Hitler.mp3

Rockabye_My_Baby.mp3

Rosie_the_Riveter.mp3

Salt_Water_Cowboy.mp3

Sams_Got_Him.mp3

Scrap_Your_Fat.mp3

Second_To_None.mp3

Send_Me_Your_Love_For_Xmas.mp3

Shh_Its_a_Military_Secret.mp3

Silver_Wings.mp3

Silver_Wings_in_the_Moonlight.mp3

Spirit_of_The_Air_Force.mp3

Spring_Will_Be_a_Little_Later_This_Year.mp3

Spying_is_Trying.mp3

Stage_Door_Canteen.mp3

Stalin_Wasnt_Stallin.mp3

Stop_The_War_The_Cats_Are_Killing_Themselves.mp3

Story_of_Pvt_Joe.mp3

Tail-end_Charlie.mp3

Ten_Bucks_24_Hrs_Leave.mp3

Thanks_For_America.mp3

That_Soldier_of_Mine.mp3

The_Last_Time_I_Saw-Paris.mp3

The_Man_Behind_the_Gun.mp3

The_White_Cliffs_of_Dover.mp3

There_are_Yanks.mp3

There_Wont_Be_a_Shortage_of_Love.mp3

Therell_be_a_Jubilee.mp3

Theres_a_White_Cross_Tonight_in_Okinawa.mp3

Theres_No_Wings_on_Foxhole.mp3

Theyre_Either_Too_Young_or_Too_Old_1.mp3

Theyre_Either_Too_Young_or_Too_Old_2.mp3

This_is_the_Army.mp3

This_is_The_Army_Mr_Jones.mp3

This_Is_Your_War.mp3

Three_Little_Words_V-Disc.mp3

Tokyo_Rose.mp3

Turkey_In_The_Straw.mp3

Umbrella_Man.mp3

Uncle_Sam.mp3

V-Day_Stomp.mp3

Wait_for_Me_Mary.mp3

Waiting_For_The_Train_To_Come_In.mp3

Waltz_in_Berlin.mp3

Wartime_Blues.mp3

We_Did_It_Before_Well_Do_It_Again_1.mp3

We_Did_It_Before_Well_Do_It_Again_2.mp3

We_Did_It_Before_Well_Do_It_Again_3.mp3

Well_Meet_Again.mp3

Were_Gonna_Have_To_Slap_The_Dirty_Little_Jap.mp3

Were_Shovin_Right_Off.mp3

When_The_Lights_Go_On_Again.mp3

When_The_Yanks_Raise_The_Stars_And_Stripes_on_Iwo_Jima .mp3

When_Youre_A_Long_Way_From_Home.mp3

Why_Do_They_Call_a_Private_a_Private_V-Disc.mp3

Wish_You_Were_Waiting_For_Me.mp3

Wonder_When_My_Babys_Coming_Home.mp3

Yankee_Clipper.mp3

You_Cant_Say_No.mp3

Youd_Be_So_Nice_to_Come_Home_To.mp3

Youd_Better_Get_Up_and_Do_It.mp3

Youll_Never_Know.mp3

Youre_a_Sap_Mr_Jap_1.mp3

Youre_a_Sap_Mr_Jap_2.mp3

 

GI_Jive_Radio_601.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_602.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_703.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_704.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_705.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_706.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_829.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_830.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_831.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_832.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_837.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_838.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_839.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_840.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_841.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_842.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_843.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_844.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_845.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_846.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_847.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_848.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_849.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_850.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_851.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_852.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_853.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_854.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_855.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_856.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_unknown_1.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_unknown_2.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_unknown_3.mp3

GI_Jive_Radio_unknown_4.mp3

 

Mail_Call_01_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_02_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_03_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_05_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_06_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_07_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_08_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_09_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_10_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_11_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

Mail_Call_12_AFRS-Judy_Garland.mp3

 

Radio_Charlie-German_Propaganda_1.mp3

Radio_Charlie-German_Propaganda_2.mp3

Radio_Charlie-German_Propaganda_3.mp3

Radio_Charlie-German_Propaganda_4.mp3

Radio_Charlie-German_Propaganda_5.mp3

Radio_Charlie-German_Propaganda_6.mp3

Radio_Charlie-German_Propaganda_7.mp3

 

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_001.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_002.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_003.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_004.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_005.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_006.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_007.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_008.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_009.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_010.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_011.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_012.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_013.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_014.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_015.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_016.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_017.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_018.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_019.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_020.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_021.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_022.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_023.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_024.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_025.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_026.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_027.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_028.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_029.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_030.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_031.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_032.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_033.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_034.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_035.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_036.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_037.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_038.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_039.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_040.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_041.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_043.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_044.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_047.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_048.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_049.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_050.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_051.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_052.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_053.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_054.mp3

1942xxxx_Treasury_Star_Parade_Prgm_055.mp3

 

19420908_Willson-Nesbitt_Prgm_11.mp3

19420915_Willson-Nesbitt_Prgm_12.mp3

19420922_Willson-Nesbitt_Prgm_13.mp3

19421226_Desert_Christmas.mp3

19431225_ Bob_Hope_The_Christmas_Pack.mp3

194411xx_Wehrmacht_Hour_1.mp3

194411xx_Wehrmacht_Hour_2.mp3

19441231_Andrews_Sisters.mp3

1948xxxx_USO_Farewell_Program_Re-enactmemt.mp3

AFRS_Front_Line_Theater_with_Jack_Benny.mp3

 

611 Megabytes

Marion J Chard
Proud Daughter of Walter (Monday) Poniedzialek
540th Engineer Combat Regiment, 2833rd Bn, H&S Co, 4th Platoon
There's "No Bridge Too Far"
Reply
#2

Marion ,

 

I try to listen to the songs on youtube .

I love it GI JIVE. But others also !

 


 

Véronique ;)

Reply
#3

What I find interesting about WWII music is the differences between US and German subject matter. Perhaps I have just been looking in the wrong places but here is what I have noticed:

 

The german music I have heard is very militaristic (no suprise there, of course.) There are marches and songs for every possible military arm or type of unit, eg. "Stuka Vor," "Panzergrenadier Leid," "Torpedo Los!," etc. (You can see a lot of these here: http://ingeb.org/WWII.html) Are there similar US songs other than the Armed Forces songs? I don't recall hearing of a "Airborne Song," "The Infantry Song," "Submariner Song."

 

The American music seems to be more focused on relationships, the situation back home, and the effort to win the war as opposed to the specifics involved in winning it. I also don't see a lot of the German songs dealing with these issues (Lili Marlena not withstanding.)

 

You would figure that both types of subject matter would be common on both sides of the conflict.

 

Todd O

Maj Todd O. USMC, Retired
Grandson of LTC John O'Brien
Reply
#4
A good observeration! It just goes to show you the great differences in our cultures at the time. The military mindset did rule the general populace and influenced EVERYTHING! You can tell who ruled the roost! :pdt33:
Marion J Chard
Proud Daughter of Walter (Monday) Poniedzialek
540th Engineer Combat Regiment, 2833rd Bn, H&S Co, 4th Platoon
There's "No Bridge Too Far"
Reply


Possibly Related Threads…
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Email regarding old phonographs and WWII music... Walt's Daughter 0 1,862 05-15-2014, 11:31 AM
Last Post: Walt's Daughter
  The Honeybee Trio - music of the 30's and 40's Walt's Daughter 2 3,829 12-09-2012, 10:49 AM
Last Post: Walt's Daughter
  OUR MUSIC PAGE Walt's Daughter 83 79,311 08-28-2012, 10:48 AM
Last Post: Walt's Daughter
  Wow, thanks for updated songlist - Music Jukebox Walt's Daughter 3 2,889 12-21-2011, 10:39 PM
Last Post: ND-Jim
  WWII sheet music info sites Walt's Daughter 0 2,014 05-17-2010, 08:12 AM
Last Post: Walt's Daughter
  Candyman Music Video Michael Callaghan 17 8,805 12-08-2007, 08:11 PM
Last Post: Jeeper704
  WWII Music and Songs curtdol 32 29,570 10-23-2007, 09:30 PM
Last Post: ND-Jim
  Music from Joe Walt's Daughter 7 6,007 12-24-2005, 12:04 AM
Last Post: Walt's Daughter
  Music - The Authentic History Center Walt's Daughter 0 3,679 12-22-2005, 05:26 PM
Last Post: Walt's Daughter
  Music Cadetat6 1 141,502 02-15-2005, 12:26 AM
Last Post: Walt's Daughter



Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)