Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings

~ Release by Bing Crosby & Buddy Bregman (see all versions of this release, 4 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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A1The Song Is You
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-11) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-11)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-11)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-11)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-11)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-11)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-11)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-11)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-11) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-11)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-11), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-11), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-11), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-11) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-11)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-11), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-11), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-11) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-11)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-11)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-11)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-11)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-11)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-11)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-11)
cover recording of:
The Song Is You (on 1956-06-11)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Jerome Kern
publisher:
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) and T.B. Harms Co.
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A2Mountain Greenery
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-12) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-12)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-12)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-12)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-12)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-12)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-12) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-12)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-12), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-12), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-12), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-12) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-12)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-12), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-12), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-12) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-12)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-12)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-12)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-12)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-12)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-12)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-12)
cover recording of:
Mountain Greenery (on 1956-06-12)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1926)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1926)
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A3Cheek to Cheek
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-12) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-12)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-12)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-12)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-12)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-12)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-12) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-12)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-12), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-12), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-12), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-12) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-12)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-12), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-12), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-12) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-12)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-12)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-12)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-12)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-12)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-12)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-12)
cover recording of:
Cheek to Cheek (from “Top Hat”) (on 1956-06-12)
lyricist and composer:
Irving Berlin (in 1935)
publisher:
Irving Berlin (England) Music Ltd., Irving Berlin Music Company, Irving Berlin Music Corp., シンコーミュージック・エンタテイメント and ユニバーサル・ミュージック・パブリッシング Synch事業部
part of:
Top Hat (1935 film)
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A4'Deed I Do
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-11) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-11)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-11)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-11)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-11)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-11)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-11)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-11)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-11) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-11)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-11), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-11), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-11), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-11) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-11)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-11), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-11), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-11) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-11)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-11)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-11)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-11)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-11)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-11)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-11)
cover recording of:
’Deed I Do (on 1956-06-11)
lyricist:
Walter Hirsch
composer:
Fred Rose (songwriter)
publisher:
Keith Prowse Music Publishing Co. Ltd.
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A5Heat Wave
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-12) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-12)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-12)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-12)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-12)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-12)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-12) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-12)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-12), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-12), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-12), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-12) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-12)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-12), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-12), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-12) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-12)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-12)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-12)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-12)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-12)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-12)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-12)
cover recording of:
Heat Wave (from the 1933 musical “As Thousands Cheer”) (on 1956-06-12)
lyricist and composer:
Irving Berlin (in 1933)
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A6The Blue Room
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-11) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-11)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-11)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-11)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-11)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-11)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-11)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-11)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-11) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-11)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-11), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-11), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-11), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-11) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-11)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-11), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-11), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-11) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-11)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-11)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-11)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-11)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-11)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-11)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-11)
cover recording of:
Blue Room (on 1956-06-11)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1926)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1926)
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B1Have You Met Miss Jones?
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-12) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-12)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-12)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-12)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-12)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-12)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-12) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-12)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-12), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-12), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-12), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-12) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-12)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-12), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-12), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-12) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-12)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-12)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-12)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-12)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-12)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-12)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-12)
cover recording of:
Have You Met Miss Jones? (I’d Rather Be Right) (on 1956-06-12)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1937)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA) and Williamson Music Company
part of:
I’d Rather Be Right
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B2I've Got Five Dollars
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-11) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-11)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-11)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-11)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-11)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-11)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-11)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-11)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-11) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-11)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-11), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-11), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-11), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-11) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-11)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-11), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-11), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-11) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-11)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-11)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-11)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-11)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-11)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-11)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-11)
cover recording of:
I’ve Got Five Dollars (on 1956-06-11)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1931)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1931)
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B3They All Laughed
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-12) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-12)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-12)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-12)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-12)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-12)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-12) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-12)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-12), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-12), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-12), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-12) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-12)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-12), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-12), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-12) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-12)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-12)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-12)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (in 1956, on 1956-06-12)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman Orchestra (in 1956) and Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-12)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-12)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-12)
cover recording of:
They All Laughed (from “Shall We Dance”) (on 1956-06-12)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (in 1937)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music (UK) and Gershwin Publishing Corp (in 1937)
part of:
Shall We Dance (1937 film soundtrack)
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B4Nice Work If You Can Get It
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-11) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-11)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-11)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-11)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-11)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-11)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-11)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-11)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-11) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-11)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-11), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-11), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-11), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-11) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-11)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-11), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-11), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-11) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-11)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-11)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-11)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-11)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-11)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-11)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-11)
cover recording of:
Nice Work If You Can Get It (on 1956-06-11)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (in 1937)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA) and Gershwin Publishing Corp (in 1937)
part of:
A Damsel in Distress (1937 film score)
part of:
Crazy for You (1992 musical)
part of:
My One and Only (1983 Broadway Musical)
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B5September in the Rain
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-12) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-12)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-12)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-12)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-12)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-12)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-12)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-12)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-12) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-12)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-12), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-12), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-12), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-12) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-12)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-12), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-12), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-12) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-12)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-12)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-12)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-12)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-12)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-12)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-12)
cover recording of:
September in the Rain (on 1956-06-12)
lyricist:
Al Dubin (in 1937)
composer:
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (in 1937)
publisher:
Henrees Music co. (in 1937) and Peermusic (UK) Limited (in 1937)
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B6Jeepers Creepers
recording engineer:
Alan Emig
producer:
Norman Granz
alto saxophone:
Herb Geller (on 1956-06-11) and Bud Shank (on 1956-06-11)
baritone saxophone:
Chuck Gentry (on 1956-06-11)
bass:
Joe Mondragon (on 1956-06-11)
cello:
Edgar Lustgarden (on 1956-06-11)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (on 1956-06-11)
guitar:
Barney Kessel (on 1956-06-11)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (on 1956-06-11)
tenor saxophone:
Bob Cooper (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1956-06-11) and Ted Nash (40s-80s US swing reedman, uncle of the other) (on 1956-06-11)
trombone:
Milt Bernhart (on 1956-06-11), Francis Howard (trombone) (on 1956-06-11), George Roberts (american bass trombone) (on 1956-06-11), Frank Rosolino (on 1956-06-11) and Lloyd Ulyate (on 1956-06-11)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (on 1956-06-11), Harry “Sweets” Edison (on 1956-06-11), Maynard Ferguson (on 1956-06-11) and Conrad Gozzo (on 1956-06-11)
viola:
Virginia Majewski (violist) (on 1956-06-11)
violin:
Lew Raderman (on 1956-06-11)
vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1956-06-11)
orchestra:
Buddy Bregman & Orchestra (on 1956-06-11)
conductor:
Buddy Bregman (on 1956-06-11)
arranger:
Buddy Bregman
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (on 1956-06-11)
cover recording of:
Jeepers Creepers (on 1956-06-11)
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer (in 1938)
composer:
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (in 1938)
publisher:
B. Feldman & Co. Ltd. (publisher est. 1946) and Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships)
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