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Various - America In World War II mp3

Performer: Various
Title: America In World War II
Country: US
Catalog Number: SOCAL 18
Label: Chevron
Released: 1971
Style: Radioplay, Education
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 838


2D-Day To V-J Day
Voice Actor – Ann Weldon, Bill Hollenbeck, Christopher Brooks, Jerry Walter, Joseph Gostanian, Mark Bramhall, Maurice Argent, Nancy Dawson, Nancy Roth, Ray Reinhardt, Scott Beach, Scott Hylands, Stephen Louie, Susanne Franklin, Winifred Mann
3Night And Day
Composed By – Porter
4Funeral March To Cemetery
Performer – Louis Armstrong
5I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
Composed By – Bassman
6Pearl Harbor To Teheran
Voice Actor – Ann Weldon, Bill Hollenbeck, Christopher Brooks, Harry Collis, Jerry Walter, Joseph Gostanian, Mark Bramhall, Maurice Argent, Miyeko Hori, Nancy Dawson, Ray Reinhardt, Scott Beach, Scott Hylands, Susanne Franklin, Valerie Phipps Wilson, William Paterson, Winifred Mann, Yoshito Hirabayashi
7 Musical Excerpts
8Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
Composed By – CreamerPerformer – Louis Armstrong
9Over The Rainbow
Composed By – ArlenPerformer – Rosemary Clooney
10Oklahoma: Oh What A Beautiful Morning
Composed By – RodgersPerformer – Gordon MacRae


  • Music ByJohn Sunier


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