Various - Songs Of WWI (From Original Recordings 1914-1926) download album
The selections on Songs of WWI are presented roughly chronologically, and the 40-track album contains many of the most popular war-related songs; 30 songs were chart hits, and of those, 20 of the versions here were the most popular ones (including 13 number one hits).
Various Artists Songs of WWI Original Recordings 1914-2 CD. Trending price. Great Songs of World War II 5024952068074 by Various Artists CD. They're not brilliant recordings (mono at best) but worth their historical significance. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: New.
Songs of WW1, From Original Recordings 1914-1926 Audio CD. Various Artists. Over There! American Songs & Marches of the Great War 1914-18, Vol. 1 Audio CD. In August, 2014 the world will mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. This album features 75 songs from the Great War; a war that reached out and touched almost everyone's life in some way or other. Disc: 1. 1. Pack Up Your Troubles - Murray Johnson. 2. It's a Long Way to Tipperary - John McCormack. 3. For Me and My Gal - Bill Murray. 4. Oh, You Beautiful Doll - the American Quartet.
2-CD set) World War 1 began on July 28, 1914 and was also known as the Great War in the optimistic belief that this momentous event would end all wars. Some of our most popular and enduring songs were written and recorded during that period, although the conflict itself was horrendous. In 1997 Take Two Records released a 2-CD set of songs actually recorded during World War 1 that were transferred from pristine vintage recordings and re-mastered to provide superb sound. 75 Songs of World War I, Various.
PLAY ALL. Original Recordings 1926-1930. Released by Van Up Records Nov 2013 26 Tracks.
World War I (WWI or WW1 or World War One), also known as the First World War or the Great War, was a global war centred in Europe that began on 28 July 1914 and lasted until 11 November 1918. THIS COLLECTION of World War One Era lyrics, includes some 190 popular songs published between aproximately 1900 to 1925. These are from both English and American popular music.
|1-1||–American Quartet||It's A Long Long Way To Tipperary||3:07|
|1-2||–John McCormack||Keep The Home Fires Burning||3:04|
|1-4||–John McCormack||There's A Long, Long Trail||3:17|
|1-5||–John McCormack||Roses Of Picardy||2:45|
|1-6||–Reinald Werrenrath||Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag||3:11|
|1-7||–Morton Harvey||I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier||3:00|
|1-8||–Charles H. Hart*||It's Time For Every Boy To Be A Soldier||3:02|
|1-9||–Anna Wheaton And James Harrod||Till The Clouds Roll By||2:51|
|1-10||–American Quartet||Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh!||2:51|
|1-11||–Charles Harrison||I'm Always Chasing Rainbows||3:33|
|1-12||–Alice Green And Raymond Dixon||Will You Remember||2:58|
|1-13||–Nora Bayes||Over There||3:03|
|1-14||–American Quartet||Goodbye Broadway, Hello France||2:58|
|1-15||–Marion Harris||When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band To France||3:09|
|1-17||–Arthur Fields And Peerless Quartet*||When I Send You A Picture Of Berlin||3:16|
|1-18||–Peerless Quartet*||Au Revoir But Not Goodbye Soldier Boy||3:04|
|1-19||–Charles H. Hart* And Lewis James||Till We Meet Again||3:26|
|2-1||–Fritz Kreisler||Poor Butterfly||3:05|
|2-3||–Henry Burr||Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight||3:17|
|2-4||–Al Jolson||Hello Central Give Me No Man's Land||3:18|
|2-5||–Arthur Fields And Peerless Quartet*||Good Morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip||2:29|
|2-6||–Arthur Fields||Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning||2:49|
|2-7||–Van And Schenck||I Don't Want To Get Well||3:03|
|2-8||–Peerless Quartet*||We'll Do Our Share-While You're Over There||3:26|
|2-9||–Peerless Quartet*||I'm Gonna Pin My Medal On The Girl I Left Behind||3:15|
|2-10||–Billy Murray||Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts For Soldiers||3:00|
|2-11||–Sousa's Band||The Caissons Go Rolling Along [U.S. Field Artillery March]||3:21|
|2-12||–Billy Murray||The Further It Is From Tipperary||2:50|
|2-13||–Harry Lauder||The Laddies Who Fought And Won||4:22|
|2-14||–Peerless Quartet*||We Don't Want The Bacon-What We Want Is A Piece Of The Rhine||2:38|
|2-15||–Arthur Fields||The Yanks Started Yankin'||2:58|
|2-16||–Elizabeth Spencer And Charles Hart||Let The Rest Of The World Go By||2:52|
|2-17||–Al Jolson||I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now||2:41|
|2-18||–Arthur Fields||How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm-After They've See Paree?||3:19|
|2-19||–Henry Burr||My Buddy||2:52|
|2-20||–Peerless Quartet* With Billy Murray||My Dream Of The Big Parade||3:27|
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