Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra - Tell Her You Love Her / Thanks Mister Florist album flac
Title: Tell Her You Love Her / Thanks Mister Florist
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Vaughn Wilton Monroe (October 7, 1911 – May 21, 1973) was an American baritone singer, trumpeter, big band leader, actor, and businessman, most popular in the 1940s and 1950s. Monroe was born in Akron, Ohio, United States, on October 7, 1911. He graduated from Jeannette High School in Pennsylvania in 1929, where he was Senior Class President and voted "Most Likely to Succeed
Vaughn Monroe - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM - BEST OF JAZZ - BEST OF POP). Ghost Riders In The Sky - Vaughn Monroe. Let It Snow - Vaughn Monroe (1945-6). The summer of 1942 brought a 13-week engagement on radio, as Monroe and his orchestra had a summer replacement program for Blondie on CB. .Monroe hosted the Camel Caravan radio program from The Meadows, starting in 1946 and, during this time, was featured in a Camel cigarettes commercial. In 1952, Monroe and his orchestra had a weekly program on Saturday nights on NBC radio. Those programs originate on location from wherever the band happened to be touring. Ev'rday I Love You (Just a Little Bit More)". Thanks, Mister Florist".
Vaughn Monroe - Mister Sandman 01:49. Vaughn Monroe - Cool Water 02:43. Vaughn Monroe - Cherokee 02:40. Vaughn Monroe - Love Me Forever 02:28. Vaughn Monroe - The Song of the Skier 03:08. Vaughn Monroe - Learn to Ski by Mail 02:55. Vaughn Monroe - One Hour Ahead of the Posse 02:37. Vaughn Monroe - If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody 02:18. The Very Best Of - Vaughn Monroe. The Vaughn Monroe Collection - Marilyn Duke, Vaughn Monroe, Ziggy Talent. Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1944-1945 - Vaughn Monroe. The Vaughn Monroe Collection, Vo. - Vaughn Monroe. The Vaughn Monroe Collection Vol. 2 - Vaughn Monroe, Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra.
His Greatest Hits (1962) Racing With the Moon, Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You), Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, Red Roses for a Blue Lady, Mule Train, My Devotion, Ballerina, There! I've Said It Again, Riders in the Sky, How Soon? (Will I Be Seeing You), Mister Sandman, Cool Water. Also known as: Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra. return to top of page).
Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - I Don't Want to Love You. album: 1943 - 1944. Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra - Ballerina. album: Only One, 15. Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - From The Coast Of Maine To The Rockies. album: Pure Jazz Memories. Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - How Soon. Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra - Singing My Way Back Home. album: The Vaughn Monroe Collection Vol. 2. Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - Swing Low Sweet Chariot. album: Comin' On. Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra - Rain. album: There I Sing, Swing It Again. Vaughn Monroe - Step 'N' Fetch I.
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra Armar Ballroom, Marion, IA - Jun 24, 1950 Jun 24 1950. Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra Seville Theatre, Montreal, QC - Sep 19, 1953 Sep 19 1953. Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY - Oct 2, 1967 Oct 02 1967. Last updated: 15 Jun 2019, 08:27 Etc/UTC.
|A||Tell Her You Love Her|
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|47-3773||Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra||Tell Her You Love Her / Thanks Mister Florist (7")||RCA Victor||47-3773||US||1950|
|20-3773, DJ-968||Vaughn Monroe And His Orchestra||Tell Her You Love Her / Thanks, Mister Florist (10", Promo)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||20-3773, DJ-968||US||Unknown|