Hal Kemp was one of the most consistently successful and prolific hitmakers among the many popular bandleaders whose orchestras played the "sweet" style of music which dominated the radio airwaves during the 1930s in the USA.
Hal Kemp was one of the most consistently successful and prolific hitmakers among the many popular bandleaders whose orchestras played the "sweet" style of music which dominated the radio airwaves during the 1930s in the USA.
824046335724

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Format: CD
Label: ACBT
Rel. Date: 11/06/2020
UPC: 824046335724

Hits Collection 1930-41
Artist: Hal Kemp & His Orchestra
Format: CD
New: Available $16.99
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DISC: 1

1. H'lo Baby
2. If I Had a Girl Like You
3. (There Ought to Be a) Moonlight Saving Time
4. Forty-Second Street
5. Shuffle Off to Buffalo
6. You've Got Me Crying Again
7. I've Got to Sing a Torch Song
8. Love Is the Sweetest Thing
9. Good Night, Lovely Little Lady 1
10. Love in Bloom 1
11. For All We Know 1
12. Irresistible 1
13. Hands Across the Table 1
14. Lullaby of Broadway 1
15. Once Upon a Midnight 1
16. Thrilled 1
17. Alone 1
18. With All My Heart 1
19. Where Am I (Am I in Heaven) 2
20. Dinner for One, Please, James 2
21. The Music Goes Round and Round 2
22. Lost 2
23. The Touch of Your Lips 2
24. Gloomy Sunday 2
25. There's a Small Hotel 2
26. I Don't Want to Make History (I Just Want to Make Love) 2
27. When I'm with You 2
28. A Star Fell Out of Heaven 2
29. Me and the Moon 3
30. I've Got You Under My Skin 3
31. Pennies from Heaven 3
32. With Plenty of Money and You 3
33. Goodnight, My Love 3
34. This Year's Kisses 3
35. What Will I Tell My Heart? 3
36. Where or When 3
37. Whispers in the Dark 3
38. Where in the World 3
39. The Night Is Filled with Music 4
40. Don't Worry 'Bout Me 4
41. The Chestnut Tree ('Neath the Spreading Chestnut Tree) 4
42. Three Little Fishies (Itty Bitty Poo) 4
43. Love for Sale 4
44. What's New 4
45. So You're the One 4
46. It All Comes Back to Me Now

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Hal Kemp was one of the most consistently successful and prolific hitmakers among the many popular bandleaders whose orchestras played the "sweet" style of music which dominated the radio airwaves during the 1930s in the USA.