Down Beat, 11/1/1944

November 03, 2020#1994

This weekly magazine was depended upon my musicians and their fans who wanted to know the latest news about big bands and vocalists. The program provides insight into the music scene during World War II.


Dream a little dream of me — June Hutton

San Fernando Valley — Bing Crosby

Swinging on a star — Bing Crosby

Stompin’ at the Savoy — Flip Phillips

Little Jazz — Artie Shaw

Lester leaps in – Kansas City Seven

Opus #1 — Tommy Dorsey

Exactly like you — Connee Boswell

Echoes of Harlem — Cootie Williams

If you were the only girl in the world – MacRae/Hutton

I’m a lonely little petunia — Two Ton Baker

I let a song go out of my heart — Eugenie Baird

There’ll be some changes made — Benny Goodman

Do I worry? — Ink Spots

Rose room — Barney Bigard

Slippin’ around — Wakely/Whiting

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