Martha Tilton was one of the coterie of big band vocalists who made their mark in the late 1930s and early 1940s with the big swing bands of the era, and then forged successful solo careers in the post-war years as austerity undermined the viability of the big bands.
Martha Tilton was one of the coterie of big band vocalists who made their mark in the late 1930s and early 1940s with the big swing bands of the era, and then forged successful solo careers in the post-war years as austerity undermined the viability of the big bands.
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Format: CD
Label: ACBT
Rel. Date: 11/06/2020
UPC: 824046335823

Collection 1937-52
Artist: Martha Tilton
Format: CD
New: in stock $14.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Bob White, Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?
2. Can't Teach My Old Heart New Tricks
3. Loch Lomond
4. You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart
5. It's Wonderful
6. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen Pt. 2
7. I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
8. Feelin' High and Happy
9. Why'd Ya Make Me Fall in Love? 1
10. (I've Been) Savin' Myself for You 1
11. What Goes on Here in My Heart 1
12. A Little Kiss at Twilight 1
13. I've Got a Date with a Dream 1
14. When I Go A-Dreamin' 1
15. What Have You Got That Gets Me? 1
16. I Have Eyes 1
17. You're a Sweet Little Headache 1
18. This Can't Be Love 1
19. And the Angels Sing 2
20. I'll Remember April 2
21. Moondreams 2
22. Texas Polka 2
23. I'll Walk Alone 2
24. Stranger in Town 2
25. I Should Care 2
26. The Last Time I Saw You 2
27. As If I Didn't Have Enough on My Mind 2
28. You Make Me Feel So Young 2
29. Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love 3
30. A Fine Romance 3
31. How Are Things in Glocca Morra 3
32. That's My Desire 3
33. I Wonder, I Wonder 3
34. Every So Often 3
35. That's Gratitude 3
36. Ready, Set, Go! 3
37. (When the Moonlight Fell) on the Waterfall 3
38. I Like It Better All the Time 3
39. Ballin' the Jack 4
40. I Said My Pajamas (And Put on My Prayers) 4
41. I'll Always Love You 4
42. Thinking of You 4
43. It's a Lovely Day Today 4
44. Little Rag Doll 4
45. Where the Red Roses Grow 4
46. I've Got a Right to Know 4
47. I Wish I Wuz 4
48. Painting the Clouds with Sunshine 4
49. What Can I Do? 5
50. Few and Far Between

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Martha Tilton was one of the coterie of big band vocalists who made their mark in the late 1930s and early 1940s with the big swing bands of the era, and then forged successful solo careers in the post-war years as austerity undermined the viability of the big bands.