1948 BIRTHDAY GIFT SET – 1948 Chart Hits Compilation Music Cd with 20 Original Hit Songs & 1948 Documentary Best News Footage DVD 68 Minutes and Two 1948 Year Greeting Cards

May 26, 2018 - Comment

This is simply an awesome 70th birthday gift pack for anyone born in 1948. First you have a nostalgic 1948 DVD film documentary that lasts 68 minutes and features all the groundbreaking news and events from that year. Plus you have a fantastic 1948 Chart Hits CD that has 20 original chart blockbusters from 1948

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This is simply an awesome 70th birthday gift pack for anyone born in 1948. First you have a nostalgic 1948 DVD film documentary that lasts 68 minutes and features all the groundbreaking news and events from that year. Plus you have a fantastic 1948 Chart Hits CD that has 20 original chart blockbusters from 1948 (list below). And to cap off this gift you have a 1948 birthday star greeting card (shown) that has iconic images from that year on the cover. Inside the card is blank to allow you to add your very own personal message. Both the DVD and CD are attached to cards and become great keepsakes. Note: No cd / dvd cases as these are keepsake cards

Tracks on this CD:-

1. Sarah Vaughan – Summertime.
2. Frank Sinatra – Nature Boy.
3. Louis Armstrong – A Song Was Born.
4. Duke Ellington – Sultry Serenade.
5. Dinah Shore – Buttons & Bows.
6. Dizzy Gillespie – Lover, Come Back To Me.
7. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – Deep Water.
8. Art Tatum – Out Of Nowhere.
9. Doris Day & Buddy Clark – I’ll String Along With You.
10. Cab Calloway – Everybody Eats When They Come To My House.
11. Count Basie – Your Red Wagon.
12. The Oscar Peterson Trio – My Heart Stood Still.
13. The 5 Trumpets – Preach My Word.
14. Jack Teagarden’s Big Eight – Blues After Hours.
15. Duke Ellington – Stomp, Look & Listen.
16. Dizzy Gillespie – I’m Boppin’ Too.
17. Washboard Sam – Soap & Water Blues.
18. Doris Day & Buddy Clark – Love Somebody.
19. Louis Armstrong – Before Long.
20. Perry Como – Far Away Places.

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