The Bells of St. Mary's and Holiday Inn: Two complete radio musical dramas with Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman, Dinah Shore. Screen Guild broadcasts from 1947 and 1943, including the all-time favorite "White Christmas." (S.H. 2049)
Louis Armstrong Live in Concert: Classic Louis, recorded at the Nice Jazz Festival, February 1940. With Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Earl "Fatha" Hines, Arvell Shaw, Sid Catlett, Velma Middleton and the one and only Louis in his prime. (S.H. 2050)
Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra: (The famous Chick Webb Band.) Two NBC bands remote from the Roseland Ballroom in New York City, February 26 and March 4, 1940. The hot swing band lettin' loose! (S.H. 2051)
Dick Tracy in B Flat, or "For Goodness Sakes, Isn't He Ever Going to Marry Tess Trueheart?": The first comic strip operetta of all time, complete as broadcast February 15, 1945, with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Dinah Shore, Jimmy Durante and many more! (S.H. 2052)
Judy Garland in Annie Get Your Gun: Rare recordings from the never-released 1949 original soundtrack. With Keenan Wynn, Howard Keel, Frank Morgan. Songs recorded by Judy and the cast just before she was fired from the picture! (S.H. 2053)
The Nat "King" Cole Show: Live broadcast recordings from Nat "King" Cole's 1957 NBC TV series, with Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra. Includes "Unforgettable", "Thou Swell", "Mona Lisa", "Autumn Leaves" and many other "King" Cole favorites. (S.H. 2054)
Selections from the Sandy Hook Records 1981 catalog, distributed by Radiola, Box C, Sandy Hook, CT 06482
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