14/6/2020 7:44 pm  #1


Bing Sings On YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ2qeoCiL6o&list=PLj7_vOzwIZY7AqZva9mdSX314Ucv_tLGy 
A channel called the Hehr Archive that has been uploading Bing's recordings so far from 1926-1939, the only recordings not making it are different versions. The channel also has uploaded a lot of Bing's radio shows and the London Palladium LP with the Crosby round.


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14/6/2020 10:23 pm  #2


Re: Bing Sings On YouTube

Boy, don't you wish the official Bing site did just 1/8th as good as this guy.   He's posted so many songs, I think he must be going thru the Jonzo sets.   He's doing a great job of getting Bing out there.   I wonder if he visits this site, he has an accent, sounds British, but he sure has posted good stuff to those who have never heard it.   Now if he has them, which he probably doesn't, I'd like to hear the Bing shows from 4/19/55 thru 12/28/56.  

 

14/6/2020 10:54 pm  #3


Re: Bing Sings On YouTube

I believe he is Australian, he said he got most of these recordings from the estate of the former president of the Victorian Bing Crosby Society  in 1993, and some songs I can tell were LP reissues as some had the reverb added.

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04/8/2020 12:17 am  #4


Re: Bing Sings On YouTube

It is now up to mid-late 1944 as of posting this.


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04/8/2020 2:12 am  #5


Re: Bing Sings On YouTube

I must say that's very nice!
I think, that  there are quite few archives, where you can find the most of Bing's song.
I'll wait for next uploading!

 

06/8/2020 9:39 pm  #6


Re: Bing Sings On YouTube

Being a very quick thinker but 40 years late with it, I went to YouTube and entered Bing Crosby at the Palladium and up it pops, the whole shebang of the recording.
I then entered Bing Crosby in Norway and up pops some video of Bing’s concert there.
Just thought I’d mention this for the newer members but the older and quicker thinkers probably have known of this anyway.
I’ve only just thought of it, as I said being a quick thinker.
So hopefully some will get enjoyment from listening.
The London concert was recorded over 2 nights, one of which I happened to have attended, and issued on 2x12” recordings, but not in strict order as performed.

 

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