Norman Luboff Choir

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Lullaby Of Broadway (album) - Track Listing
... Lullaby of Broadway" (Harry Warren/Al Dubin) (with the Norman Luboff Choir and the Buddy Cole Quartet) (recorded December 8, 1950) "Fine and Dandy" (Kay Swift/Paul James†) (with the ...
Doris Day Discography - Alphabetical List of Songs Recorded By Doris Day
... as single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams February 20, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir from the album By the Light of the Silvery Moon "All Alone" Irving Berlin June 6, 1967 from ... Marshall Stanley Murphy January 30, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir and Paul Weston's orchestra released both as a single and on the album By The Light Of The Silvery Moon "Be ... Gus Edwards Edward Madden February 13, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir from the album of the same name C "Canadian Capers" Gus Chandler Bert White Henry Cohen 1949 TOP ...
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (album) - Track Listing
... By the Light of The Silvery Moon" (Gus Edwards/Edward Madden) (with the Norman Luboff Choir) "Your Eyes Have Told Me So" (Walter Blaufuss/Gustave Kahn/Egbert Van Alstyne) "Ju ... Egan/Gus Kahn) (with the Norman Luboff Choir) "If You Were the Only Girl" (Nat D ... Marshall/Stanley Murphy) (with the Norman Luboff Choir) "I'll Forget You" (Ernest Ball/Annelu Burns) "King Chanticleer" (Nat D ...
On Moonlight Bay (album) - Track Listing
... On Moonlight Bay" (with the Norman Luboff Choir) "Till We Meet Again" (duet with James Emmons) "Love Ya" (duet with Jack Smith) "Christmas Story" "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" (duet with Jack Smith and ...
Norman Luboff Choir
... Luboff was the founder and conductor of the Norman Luboff Choir, one of the leading choral groups of the 1950s, 60s and 70s ... albums Songs of Christmas (1956) and Christmas with the Norman Luboff Choir (1964) were perennial bestsellers for years ... Luboff and his choir won the 1961 Grammy Award for Best Performance by a Chorus ...

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