Bing Crosby - Country Crosby album download
Merry Christmas is a compilation album by Bing Crosby that was released in 1945 on Decca Records. It has remained in print through the vinyl, CD, and downloadable file eras, currently as the disc and digital album White Christmas on MCA Records, a part of the Universal Music Group, (reissued in June 1995) and currently on vinyl as Merry Christmas on Geffen Records (re-issued in September 2014).
Bing Crosby Sings the Great Country Hits. The album was re-released on CD by Collectors' Choice Music (CCM 221-2) in 2001, paired with That Travelin' Two-Beat under the title "Two Classic Albums from Bing Crosby".
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Bing Crosby. This issue has remained unchanged to present; first pressings of the album were released on Decca's all-black label with the catalog number in the top left corner of the front cover. Mono copies made after the introduction of stereo have "DL-8128" in the bottom left corner of the front cover. All copies from the 1960s feature the Decca rainbow label.
Seasons (Bing Crosby album). This is a concept album in that it contains 12 songs which either deal with a specific time of the year or more generally on the passing of time
Bing Crosby "Don't Fence Me In" 78rpm Record Album on Decca - 1946. Shipped with USPS Parcel Select Ground. BING CROSBY LP "Merry Christmas" 1973 Record Album - Unplayed. A Bing Crosby With John Scott Trotter And His Orchestra Silent Night, Holy Night. C Bing Crosby With John Scott Trotter. Bing Crosby - Merry Christmas - EX MCA 15024 vinyl LP record album - White.
BING CROSBY is a vocal jazz music artist. Bing Crosby was, without doubt, the most popular and influential media star of the first half of the 20th century. The undisputed best-selling artist until well into the rock era (with over half a billion records in circulation), the most popular radio star of all time, and the biggest box-office draw of the 1940s, Crosby dominated the entertainment world from the Depression until the mid-'50s, and proved just as influential as he was popular.