On Moonlight Bay (1951 album)

July 2, 1951 No Comments

US Release Date: 2 July 1951

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  1. Moonlight Bay*
    (with the Norman Luboff Choir)
    (Percy Wenrich/Edward Madden)
  2. Till We Meet Again*
    (Richard Whiting/Raymond B. Egan)
  3. Love Ya*
    (with Jack Smith and the Norman Luboff Choir)
    (Charles Tobias/Peter deRose)
  4. Christmas Story
    (with the Norman Luboff Choir)
    (Pauline Walsh)
  5. I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles*
    (with Jack Smith and the Norman Luboff Choir)
    (Jaan Kenbrovin/John John William Kellette)
  6. Cuddle up a Little Closer*
    (Karl Hoschna/Otto Harbach)
  7. Every Little Movement [Has a Meaning All Its Own]*
    (with the Norman Luboff Choir)
    (Karl Hoschna/Otto Harbach)
  8. Tell Me [Why Nights Are Lonely]*
    (J. Will Callahan/Max Kortlander)

Recorded 23 & 30 April 1951 with exception od track 4 that was recorded 11 Sept 1950 with other religios. This sweet “family” movie tells the tale about baseball-playing tomboy, Marjorie Winfield (Doris Day). These perky, pretty songs tie in beautifully with the story that is set in 1917. In actual fact the title-tune originates from this period in history as it was first published in 1912. The fabulous US CD re-issue of this LP also includes as an added bonus the songs from the movie’s sequel.

Conductor: *Paul Weston
Record Label: Columbia Records (USA)
Format: 10″ Mono LP (#CL-6186)
Highest US Chart Position: #2

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