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The Definitive Collection: Bing Crosby


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Artist: Bing Crosby
Release date: 2006
Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:03:45
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No. Title Length
1. Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day) [1932 Single] 2:59
2. Stardust (1931 Single) 2:46
3. Blue Hawaii 3:06
4. Pennies from Heaven 3:09
5. Sweet Leilani 3:16
6. You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby 2:54
7. Home On the Range 3:09
8. White Christmas (1998 Voice of Christmas Version) 2:58
9. Sunday, Monday or Always 2:33
10. Swinging On a Star 2:29
11. Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) [1944 Single] 2:58
12. Don't Fence Me In (featuring Andrews Sisters, The) 3:04
13. Road to Morocco (featuring Bob Hope, Vic Schoen And His Orchestra, Vic Schoen) 2:34
14. It's Been a Long, Long Time 2:56
15. MacNamara's Band 2:41
16. Alexander's Ragtime Band (featuring Morris Stoloff, Al Jolson) 2:57
17. Now Is the Hour 3:06
18. Dear Hearts and Gentle People 2:38
19. Play a Simple Melody (featuring Gary Crosby) 2:53
20. In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening (featuring Jane Wyman, Miss A, Four Hits) 3:24
21. Ol' Man River 2:19
22. Around the World (In Eighty Days) 2:56



Released in 2006, The Definitive Collection takes on the difficult feat of surveying Bing Crosby’s recording catalog in a 22-song collection. Though one might quibble over individual song choices, the album succeeds at touching on the highlights of his prime recording years from the '30s through the ‘50s. Early hits like “Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day” (the theme of his popular radio show), “Stardust,” and “Pennies from Heaven” capture the gentle suavity that first made Crosby a star. His easygoing way with Western songs is represented by “Home on the Range” and “Don’t Fence Me In,” while “Blue Hawaii” and “Sweet Leilani” offer a taste of his love for tropical tunes. “Road to Morocco” (a duet with Bob Hope), “Swinging on a Star,” and the immortal “White Christmas” recall Crosby’s numerous roles on screen. From misty-eyed Celtic numbers like “Too-Ra-Loo-Ral (That’s an Irish Lullaby)” to smoothly crooned ballads like “It’s Been a Long, Long Time” and jazzy excursions like “Ol’ Man River,” the full range of Der Bingle’s legendary career is reflected here.