Wow, thanks for updated songlist - Music Jukebox
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Received this fantastic email the other day. How wonderful. He sure did a lot of work and I am so grateful for his help. Thank you, thank you. Now I just have to get off my butt and get my list updated. Will start working on this today.

 

Hi Marion, I am a big fan of all the great music you have provided ! Its great to hear so much WW2 era music in one place, love the website. It will fit in nicely with my own playlists. I enjoy it so much because I am WW2 history buff, probably because my Grand father served with the Canadian Army in WW2. Anyway, I noticed your songlist is incomplete, missing many of the artists names, so I did some research and found the artists for over 40 of the songs on the playlist(See attachment) Enjoy! Merry Christmas !

 

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A Boy in Khaki & A Girl in Lace - Dinah Shore

Amphibious Battle Hymn - Bing Crosby

Bless Em All - Bing Crosby

Burma Bomber - Abe Lyman

Buy, Buy, Buy Bonds - Bing Crosby

Don't Worry - Anita Ellis

Enlisted Mens Mess - Glenn Miller

FDR Jones- Charlie and his Orchestra

Fellow on a Furlough- Mark Warnow/Hit Paraders

Ferdinand the Frantic Freak - Harry the Hipster Gibson

Fighting Doug MacArthur - Anita O'Day

First Class Pvt. Mary Brown -Pvt. Frank Lester

Get Your Gun and Come Along -Carson Robison

Girls, Dont Refuse To Kiss A Soldier (1942) - Karl and Harty

Good Night Soldier (1943) -Judy Canova

Goodbye Dear, I'll be Back In A Year - Horace Heidt and his Musical Knights

Goodbye Mama Im Off To Yokahama -Teddy Powell and his Orchestra

Here Come The British -Johnny Mercer

Here I Go To Tokio, Said Barnacle Bill, the Sailor"(1942) - Carson Robison

Heres To You MacArthur -Frankie Masters and his Orchestra

He's My Guy- Dinah Shore

Hittin the Silk - Bob Strong

Hot Time In Berlin - Glenn Miller & his Orchestra

I Left My Heart At The Stagedoor Canteen -Kenny Baker

I Never Mention Your Name-Gladys Tell

I'm Getting Corns for my Country - Cass Dailey

It s Just A Matter of Time(1942) - -Carson Robison

Ive Got Sixpence-Nancy Walker

Joltin Joe Dimaggio - Les Brown and his orchestra

Jungle Jump - Tony Pastor and his Orchestra

Le chant des partisans hymne de la résistance française(1943) - Germaine Sablon

LST Party - Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band

Marching Through Berlin - Ethel Merman

My Guy's Come Back - Helen Forrest

Obey Your Air Raid Warden - Tony Pastor and his Orchestra

One Letter Home - Jazz Gillum

Pistol Packing Mama V-Disc - Al Dexter

Remember Pearl Harbor - Sammy Kaye / Dick Robertson and his Orchestra

Rosie the Riveter - Sportsman's Quartet

Sams Got Him - Music Maids

Scrap Your Fat - Mildred Bailey

Shh Its a Military Secret -Glenn Miller and his Orchestra

Silver Wings - Nelson Eddy

Spirit of the Air Force - Armed Forces Chorus

Story of Pvt Joe - Martha Tilton

That Soldier of Mine - Harry James & Helen Forrest

There Ain't No Wings on a Foxhole -Meredith Wilson

Theres a White Cross Tonight in Okinawa - Bob Wills

This is The Army Mr Jones- Horace Heidt and his Musical Knights

Turkey in The Straw- Carson Robison

Waiting For The Train To Come In -Dale Evans

Waltz in Berlin - Little Jack Little

War Time Blues(1941) - Jazz Gillum

We Did It Before and We Can Do It Again -The Dick Robertson Orchestra

We're Gonna Have To Slap, The Dirty Little Jap - Carson Robison

When The Light Go On Again - Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra

Your A Sap Mr Jap - Spike Jones

Your G.I. Guy Comes Marching Home - The Norton Sisters

 

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"
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How cool is that? You got to feel like you are appreciated after that!!

Maj Todd O. USMC, Retired
Grandson of LTC John O'Brien
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#3

It was just great and it certainly made my morning and heck my week! There are a lot of nice people out there. That's for sure!

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"
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One more--Flatbush Flannigan---Harry James

Jim H-87th-Div.

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