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The Bing Crosby Story, Volume I: The Early Jazz Years, 1928–1932 (Compilation)

  1. Mississippi Mud (von Frankie Trumbauer and His Orchestra)
  2. Wa‐Da‐Da (von The Rhythm Boys)
  3. ’Tain’t So, Honey, Tain’t So (von Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  4. My Suppressed Desire (von The Rhythm Boys)
  5. Makin’ Whoopee!
  6. If I Had You (von Sam Lanin’s Famous Players)
  7. Susianna (von Sam Lanin and His Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  8. The Spell of the Blues (von Dorsey Brothers and Their Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  9. My Kinda Love
  10. Till We Meet
  11. Louise (von Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  12. Louise (von The Rhythm Boys)
  13. I Kiss Your Hand, Madame
  14. Baby Oh Where Can You Be
  1. Can’t We Be Friends?
  2. Without a Song (von Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  3. Gay Love
  4. If I Had a Talking Picture of You (von Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocals Bing Crosby)
  5. After You’ve Gone (von Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  6. Sweet Sue, Just You
  7. You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me (von Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  8. Livin’ in the Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight (von Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal by Bing Crosby)
  9. St. Louis Blues (von Bing Crosby with Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra)
  10. St. Louis Blues (von Bing Crosby with Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra)
  11. How Long Will It Last
  12. My Woman
  13. Paradise
  14. Lord, You Made the Night Too Long (von Bing Crosby, Boswell Sisters with Don Redman & His Orchestra)
  15. Sweet Georgia Brown
  16. Cabin in the Cotton (von Bing Crosby with Lennie Hayton and his Orchestra)

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