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Bless 'Em All


The songs of hope and inspiration that lifted the spirits of the British front-line. Over 60 original tracks on 3 CDs.  Over 3 hours playing time. All tracks restored and digitally re-mastered. 

You're sure to have noticed how the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War has inspired a lot of media coverage. It's another sign of how public interest in battlefield and home front memories never goes away. Take 'I'll Be Seeing You' and 'Bless Em All', for example - companion 3 CD collections, packed with original recordings from the war years, that take a musical look at the Second World War. Compiled upon the request of the IWM, 'Bless Em All' features 3 best-selling Memory Lane albums: 'As Time Goes By', 'Forces Sweethearts', 'In The Mood' to present WWII from the perspective of our boys on the front-line. 

Always the original artists in the original recordings.

Sensitively restored and digitally remastered.

Full track listing:

CD 1

As Time Goes By Ambrose and his Orchestra with Anne Shelton, Vocal
Underneath The Arches Flanagan & Allen
The Lambeth Walk Billy Cotton and his Orchestra with Alan Breeze, Vocal
Till The Lights Of London Shine Again Lew Stone and his Band
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square Ambrose and his Orchestra with Anne Shelton, Vocal
Bow Bells Paul Rich
Message The Night Before D-Day Field Marshall The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein 
It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow Vera Lynn
Two Spitfire Flypast Spitfire Flypast
London Pride Noël Coward
Churchill Wartime Speech: Be Ye Men Of Valour  Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill
There's A Boy Coming Home On Leave Flanagan & Allen
The London I Love Vera Lynn
Thanks For The Memory Bob Hope and Shirley Ross
I'll Be Seeing You  Bing Crosby
Don't Get Around Much Anymore The Ink Spots
Blue Skies Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra with Frank Sinatra, Vocal
Don't Dilly Dally On The Way Pearl Carr
Bless 'Em All George Formby
In The Quartermaster's Store Jack White and his Band
There'll Always Be An England Jack Payne
Churchill Wartime Speech: We Shall Fight On The Beaches Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill
Beneath The Lights Of Home Deanna Durbin
CD 2

Over The Rainbow

Judy Garland
I'll Be Seeing You Anne Shelton
Long Ago (And Far Away) Jo Stafford
Aren’t You Glad You're You Doris Day
Moonlight In Vermont Margaret Whiting
Rum And Coca Cola The Andrews Sisters
I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi,.Yi (I Like You Very Much) Carmen Miranda
Ration Broadcast Spoken Word
You Do Something To Me Marlene Dietrich
Always Deanna Durbin
Somebody's Thinking Of You Tonight Elsie Carlisle
HM The Queen - Broadcast Speech Spoken Word
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To Dinah Shore
On The Isle Of May Connie Boswell
That Lovely Weekend Dorothy Carless
I've Heard That Song Before Helen Forrest
There Goes That Song Again Adelaide Hall
Bless This House Gracie Fields
When They Sound The Last 'All Clear' Vera Lynn
All-Clear Air-Raid Siren Spoken Word
CD 3
In The Mood Joe Loss and his Orchestra
At The Woodchoppers Ball Woody Herman and his Orchestra
Begin The Beguine Artie Shaw and his Orchestra
Twelfth Street Rag Pee Wee Hunt and his Orchestra
Pennsylvania 6-5000 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra
Blue Moon Billy Butterfield and his Orchestra
It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing Lionel Hampton Orchestra
Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters
Choo Choo Ch'Boogie Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
Stormy Weather Billy Butterfield and his Orchestra
Night And Day Billy Butterfield and his Orchestra
Don't Get Around Much Anymore Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
Jumpin' At The Woodside Count Basie and his Orchestra
(I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with Tex Beneke Marion Hutton and the Modernaires
Sing, Sing, Sing Benny Goodman and his Orchestra
Trumpet Blues & Cantabile Harry James And his Orchestra
South Rampart Street Parade Bob Crosby and his Orchestra
GI Jive Johnny Mercer
Take The 'A' Train Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
Ciribiribin Harry James and his Orchestra

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