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Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra

Aliases
Bing Crosby ‑ John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter's Orchestra
Bing Crosby with The Music Maids and Hal and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Eight
Bing Crosby - With John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter's Dixieland Group
Bing Crosby with Orchestra under the direction of John Scott Trotter
Bing Crosby with Orchestra under direction of John Scott Trotter

Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
March 1945 (7 artists)
listen on Internet Archive  REC December 1946 (47 artists)
Originally by Tex Beneke with The Miller Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Tex Beneke and The Crew Chiefs REL, Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson and Martha Vickers [dubbed by Sally Sweetland] BRD
listen on Internet Archive March 1945 (10 artists)
August 1937 (6 artists)
listen on Internet Archive 1939 (20 artists)
May 1947 (9 artists)
 REL November 1951 (91 artists)
Originally by Nat "King" Cole with Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Les Baxter REC
October 1937 (33 artists)
May 1947 (4 artists)
listen on Internet Archive June 1940 Kenny Baker with Orchestra conducted by David Broekman
1940 (5 artists)
listen on Internet Archive Early American Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1945 Unverified
 REC,REL April 1944 (8 artists)
Originally by Risë Stevens with The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir BRD
listen on Internet Archive  REL August 1942 (62 artists)
Originally by Bing Crosby BRD
I Haven't Time To Be A Millionaire Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1940 Unverified
listen on Internet Archive  REL April 1944 (507 artists)
Originally by Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REC, Fred MacMurray & Dorothy Lamour BRD
 REC February 1941 (33 artists)
Originally by Bing Crosby BRD
1946 (8 artists)
 BRD August 1937 (12 artists)
Originally by Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Skinny Ennis REL
May 1945 (4 artists)
 REC January 1945 (504 artists)
Originally by Dinah Shore PRF
Meet the Sun Half Way Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra May 1940 Unverified
 REC May 1947 (11 artists)
Originally by Tex Beneke with The Miller Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Tex Beneke and The Mello Larks REL
listen on Internet Archive  REC December 1946 (17 artists)
Originally by Dennis Morgan [US1] BRD
 REC,REL 1940 (23 artists)
Originally by Mary Martin & Bing Crosby BRD
 REC June 1945 (53 artists)
Originally by Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REL
February 1944 (14 artists)
Silver on the Sage Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra September 1938 Unverified
 REC January 1945 (9 artists)
Originally by Dinah Shore BRD, Dinah Shore with Orchestra conducted by Albert Sack REL
listen on Internet Archive  REC,REL 1939 (9 artists)
Originally by Bing Crosby BRD
 REC,REL April 1944 (157 artists)
Originally by Bing Crosby with The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir BRD
April 1944 (2 artists)
 BRD August 1937 (22 artists)
Originally by Mildred Bailey and Her Orchestra REC
1940 (9 artists)
1946 (8 artists)
listen on Internet Archive May 1939 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Vocal Trio by Carmen Lombardo, Larry Owen and Fred Higman
listen on Internet Archive  REC,REL July 30, 1942 (2219 artists)
Originally by Bing Crosby BRD
Sampled by (5 artists)
July 1941 (4 artists)
June 1941 (18 artists)
 BRD October 1946 (30 artists)
Originally by Dinah Shore REC,REL
 BRD August 1937 (2 artists)
Originally by Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bob Goday REL
February 1941 (3 artists)

Covers by Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1938 Johnny Sylvester & His Playmates (Original Indiana Five)
August 1942 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive October 1942 (unknown), (unknown)
May 1948 (unknown)
  October 1946 Frank Crumit REC, All Star Trio and Their Orchestra REL
listen on Internet Archive 1941 Ray Noble and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Larry Stewart
listen on Internet Archive   August 1939 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Jack Leonard REC, Bing Crosby BRD
listen on Internet Archive   June 1944 Chucho Martínez Gil - Con la orquesta de J. Sabre Marroquin, Lawrence Welk and His Orchestra – Vocal Chorus by Jayne Walton REC, Andy Russell with Al Sack and His Orchestra REL
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
  1941 Judy Campbell PRF, Vera Lynn REC
April Played the Fiddle Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter's Orchestra 1940 Unverified
1953 George Gaynes
 REL January 1952 Charles Trenet et son Quartette Ondioline, Tony Martin with Henri René and His Orchestra REC
Covered by (2 artists)
  March 1949 Juanita Hall PRF, Frank Sinatra – Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl REC
December 1947 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal by Bob Carroll
1937 Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive April 1940 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive   August 1942 Bing Crosby BRD, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Frank Sinatra REL
  June 1946 Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Don Reid REC,REL, June Knight PRF
1941 Gene Autry
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Helen Forrest
  February 1942 William Gillespie BRD, Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain and trumpet by "Hot Lips" Page REC,REL
  October 1946 Belle Baker PRF, Imperial Dance Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Arthur Fields REC
1937 Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
June 1941 Marie Louise Dustmann-Meyer and Clara Schumann PRF, Laura Hilgermann REL, (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive 1940 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bob Allen
listen on Internet Archive November 1951 Dennis Day
  1946 Benny Goodman and His Orchestra REC, Wilbur Evans and Eileen Farrell PRF
1943 (unknown), Ernestine Schumann-Heink
listen on Internet Archive 1942 Charles Harrison [US]
May 1938 Chick Webb and His Orchestra, (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive 1938 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bob Allen
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Brunswick Quartette
listen on Internet Archive November 1953 Fisk University Jubilee Singers
listen on Internet Archive Dream Girl of PI K.A. Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1941 Unverified
  August 1942 Samuel Ash, Marilyn Miller and Clifton Webb PRF, Meyer Davis and His Orch. – Vocal Refrain by Lou Conrad REC
April 1939 Bing Crosby
  January 1949 Ginger Rogers and Allen Kearns PRF, Majestic Dance Orchestra [Lou God] - Vocal Chorus Irving Kaufman REC
October 1946 The Brox Sisters and Cast
October 1942 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive October 1942 Meister Glee Singers
listen on Internet Archive August 1939 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Edythe Wright
  December 1947 Dinah Shore - Orchestra under the direction of Sonny Burke REL, Marlene Dietrich BRD, Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour and His Orchestra REC
May 1951 Jimmy Atkins
1941 Gene Autry
May 1942 Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Sully Mason, Trudy, Dorothy, Harry, Jack and Max
April 1948 John Tyers
listen on Internet Archive 1939 The Boardwalk Orchestra (Ben Selvin)
listen on Internet Archive 1941 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bonnie King
  February 1942 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Vocal Chorus by Carmen Lombardo REL, Kate Smith – Orchestra under direction of Jack Miller REC
I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1946 Unverified
listen on Internet Archive May 1939 Peerless Quartet
1940 Waring's Pennsylvanians - Vocal Refrain by Clare Hanlon and The Three Waring Girls and Chorus
listen on Internet Archive 1938 Henry King and His Orchestra
  April 1944 Dick Todd with Orchestra REC,REL, Tamara PRF
  September 1944 Woody Herman and His Orchestra REC, Dick Foran BRD
October 1946 Billy Murray
September 1949 Isham Jones, Guest Conductor with Ray Miller's Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Frank Bessinger
June 1947 Mr. Ernest Pike with Orchestral Accompaniment
  April 1944 Wilbur Evans PRF, Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REC,REL
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights - Vocal Chorus Larry Cotton
February 1940 Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour
listen on Internet Archive June 1940 Lewis James
August 1939 Billy Murray
December 1945 Arthur Fields
listen on Internet Archive   1945 Bing Crosby and Betty Hutton BRD, Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REC,REL
1937 Pat Paterson
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bing Crosby
1953 The Ambassadors [US2]
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bing Crosby
listen on Internet Archive November 1951 Perry Como and The Fontane Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra
Sampled by Bing Crosby [sampled] with the London Symphony Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive June 1938 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberle
listen on Internet Archive   1938 Bing Crosby, Fred MacMurray, Donald O'Connor BRD, Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Vocal Chorus The Three Barons REC
October 1946 Billy Murray
1942 Joe Schenck
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Mills Brothers
  June 1946 Richard Himber and His Ritz-Carlton Orch. - Vocal Refrain by Stuart Allen REC,REL, June Knight & Charles Walters PRF
  May 1942 Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Stuart Wade REL, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Harry Babbitt with Dorothy, Trudy, Jack and Max REC
  1952 Dinah Shore with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra REC, Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REL
June 1946 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Vaughn Monroe and The Norton Sisters
Sampled by Bing Crosby [sampled] with the London Symphony Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive   1945 Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REC,REL, Bing Crosby BRD
November 1952 Seger Ellis - With Dixie Dons and Orchestra
1939 (unknown), Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights
listen on Internet Archive   June 1944 Gene Kelly & Rita Hayworth [dubbed by Martha Mears] BRD, Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REC
listen on Internet Archive   1951 Ruth Etting REC,REL,PRF
  January 1949 Jan Garber and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Russ Brown REC, Kenny Baker [US1] BRD
March 1942 Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Dick Harding
listen on Internet Archive April 1940 Olive Kline–Elsie Baker
listen on Internet Archive 1942 Fay Templeton
  September 1938 International Novelty Orchestra (Nathaniel Shilkret) REC, Jack Tenney and the Majestic Orchestra PRF
February 1942 Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees - Vocal Refrain by Rudy Vallée
  November 1942 Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra - Vocal by Kitty Kallen REC, Bing Crosby BRD
  February 1945 Deanna Durbin BRD, George Paxton and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Alan Dale REL
listen on Internet Archive   April 1951 Pat Rooney, Sr. REC,REL,PRF
listen on Internet Archive July 1942 Kate Smith – Orchestra under direction of Jack Miller
  1939 Walter Scanlan (Walter Van Brunt) REC,REL, William Frawley PRF
1957 Isham Jones and His Orchestra
June 1938 Don Ameche
listen on Internet Archive 1942 California Melodie Syncopators
1953 Rosalind Russell, Edith Adams
listen on Internet Archive 1947 Annette Hanshaw
February 1938 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
  May 1945 Eddie Bracken [dubbed by Bing Crosby] BRD, Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra REC,REL
December 1947 Dinah Shore with Russ Case and His Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive   November 1940 Bing Crosby, Eddie Lang BRD, Bing Crosby with Anson Weeks and His Orchestra REC,REL
February 1944 (unknown), David Rose and His Orchestra
listen on Internet Archive 1948 Emerson Military Band
1937 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive 1951 Elizabeth Brice
  June 1946 Walter Huston PRF, Walter Huston - Orchestra Conducted by Maurice De Abravanel REC,REL
listen on Internet Archive April 1940 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ray Eberle
listen on Internet Archive October 1942 Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber, Haydn Quartet
listen on Internet Archive   April 1951 Nathaniel Wagner & Evelyn Herbert PRF, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra REC,REL
March 1942 Gene Krupa and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Anita O'Day
November 1952 Boston Pops Orchestra, The Andrews Sisters
Sampled by Bing Crosby [sampled] with the London Symphony Orchestra
  March 1949 Ezio Pinza PRF, Frank Sinatra – Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl REC
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Bob Haring and His Orchestra
  March 1945 (unknown), Nelson Eddy with Orchestra conducted by Robert Armbruster REL, Lawrence Brooks and Helena Bliss PRF
February 1940 Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour and Bob Hope
listen on Internet Archive 1948 Ben Bernie and His Orchestra
1957 Prince's Band, Hoagy Carmichael with Matty Matlock's Allstars
1945 Mr. Herbert Payne (Ernest Pike)
  September 1947 Nat "King" Cole [Trio] REC, The King Cole Trio with String Choir REL
Sampled by (2 artists)
October 1937 Irene Dunne
1952 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive 1951 Ezio Pinza
listen on Internet Archive 1939 Gene Austin
1938 (unknown performer), Dorothy Lamour - Orchestra under direction of Cy Feuer
July 1942 (unknown), (unknown)
January 1948 Isham Jones Orchestra
June 1947 (unknown)
listen on Internet Archive   April 1946 Dorothy Dickson PRF, Turner Layton REC
listen on Internet Archive October 1941 (unknown)
  January 1949 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra BRD, Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra – Vocal Refrain by Ozzie Nelson REC,REL
  July 1941 Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Clyde Rogers REL, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Harry, Ginny, Jack & Max REC
September 1944 Chauncey Olcott
1942 Byron G. Harlan
listen on Internet Archive   November 1953 Violet Loraine REL,BRD, Harry Roy & His Orchestra from The May Fair Hotel REC
1939 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra featuring Trumpet by Billy Butterfield
Covered by (121 artists)
June 1947 Chauncey Olcott
1939 The Happy Chappies
October 1951 Edith Piaf, Bob Sands with Orchestra conducted by Bill Loose
1938 Henry King and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Carmene Calhoun
listen on Internet Archive April 1940 Marek Weber und sein Orchester - Solo: Marcel Wittrisch REL, Richard Tauber REC,PRF, Will Osborne and His Slide Music

Sampled songs

Releases

Albums

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Abraham Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra August 1942 Decca
A Gal in Calico Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra December 1946 Decca
All of My Life Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra March 1945 Decca
Along the Santa Fe Trail Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1941 Decca
A Man and His Dream Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra August 1939 Decca
Amor Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1944 Decca
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1941 Decca
Aren't You Glad You're You? Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra December 1945 Decca
At Last! At Last! Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra January 1952 Decca
Bali Ha'i Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra March 1949 Decca
Basin Street Blues Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1937 Decca
Begin the Beguine Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1946 Decca
Be Honest with Me Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Eight 1941 Decca
Blues in the Night (My Mama Done Tol' Me) Bing Crosby - With John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1942 Decca
Brahms' Lullaby (Cradle Song) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1941 Decca
Can I Forget You Bing Crosby with Orchestra under the direction of John Scott Trotter October 1937 Decca
Can't Get Indiana Off My Mind Bing Crosby with Orchestra under direction of John Scott Trotter 1940 Decca
Christmas in Killarney Bing Crosby with Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1951 Decca
Close as Pages in a Book Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1946 Decca
Don't Let That Moon Get Away Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
Down by the Riverside Bing and Gary Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1953 Decca
East Side of Heaven Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1939 Decca
Faith of Our Fathers Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1942 Decca
Going My Way Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1944 Decca
Golden Earrings Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra December 1947 Decca
Happy Holiday Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra August 1942 Decca
Haunted Heart Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1948 Decca
I Cried for You (Now It's Your Turn to Cry over Me) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
I Don't Want to Walk Without You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1942 Decca
I Have Eyes Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
I'll Be Home for Christmas (If Only in My Dreams) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1943 Decca
I Love You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1944 Decca
I'm Building a Sailboat of Dreams Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
I'm Too Romantic Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1940 Decca
I'm Waiting for Ships That Never Come In Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1940 Decca
In the Land of Beginning Again - P.S. I Love You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra - Bill Heathcock and His Orchestra June 1946 V Disc
I Still See Elisa Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1951 Decca
It's Always You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1941 Decca
I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
June Comes Around Every Year Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra May 1945 Decca
Just a Kid Named Joe Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Just One More Chance Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1940 Decca
Just Plain Lonesome Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra May 1942 Decca
Keep It a Secret Bing Crosby with Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires and Orchestra directed by John Scott Trotter 1952 Decca
Let's Take the Long Way Home Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1945 Decca
Lily of Laguna Bing Crosby and Mary Martin with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Little Sir Echo Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Love Me or Leave Me Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1951 Decca
Mary's a Grand Old Name Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Moonlight Becomes You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1942 Decca
More and More Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1945 Decca
My Great, Great, Grandfather Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra July 1942 Decca
My Melancholy Baby Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Night and Day Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1946 Decca
Oh! How I Miss You Tonight Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Ohio Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1953 Decca
On the Atcheson, Topeka and the Santa Fe Bing Crosby with Six Hits and a Miss and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1945 Decca
On the Sentimental Side Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1938 Decca
Pass That Peace Pipe Bing Crosby with The Chickadees and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra December 1947 Decca
Please Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1940 Decca
Poinciana (Song of the Tree) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1944 Decca
Pretty Baby Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1948 Decca
Remember Me? Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1937 Decca
Sierra Sue Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1940 Decca
Silent Night, Holy Night Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1942 Decca
Silver Moon Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1951 Decca
Silver on the Sage Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra September 1938 Decca
Skylark Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra March 1942 Decca
Sleigh Ride in July Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra January 1945 Decca
The Bells of St. Mary's Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter's Orchestra 1945 Decca
The Day After Forever Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1944 Decca
The Moon of Manakoora Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1941 Decca
Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra September 1944 Decca
Welcome to My Dreams Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1946 Decca
What's New Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
When the World Was Young Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1951 Decca
Whistling in the Wildwood Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra May 1939 Decca
You're a Sweet Little Headache Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
You're Dangerous Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1941 Decca
Yours Is My Heart Alone Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra April 1940 Decca

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
A Fella with an Umbrella Bing Crosby May 1948 Decca
An Apple for the Teacher Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell 1939 Decca
And the Angels Sing Bing Crosby 1939 Decca
Bing and the Dixieland Bands Bing Crosby 1957 Decca
Bing Crosby Sings Songs by George Gershwin Bing Crosby January 1949 Decca
But Beautiful Bing Crosby January 1948 Decca
Christmas Greetings [10"] Bing Crosby 1949 Decca
Conchita, Marquita, Lolita, Pepita, Rosita, Juanita Lopez Bing Crosby July 1942 Decca
Decca Presents Bing Crosby in an Album of Cowboy Songs Bing Crosby 1939 Decca
Don't Be That Way Bing Crosby May 1938 Decca
Going My Way Bing Crosby 1945 Decca
Gone Fishin' Bing Crosby May 1951 Decca
I Surrender Dear Bing Crosby 1939 Decca
It Had to Be You Bing Crosby 1953 Decca
It's the Natural Thing to Do Bing Crosby August 1937 Decca
I Wonder What's Become of Sally? Bing Crosby 1942 Decca
Let's Take the Long Way Home – After Awhile Bing Crosby – Andy Russell March 1945 V Disc
Medley of Gus Edwards Song Hits Bing Crosby August 1939 Decca
Now It Can Be Told Bing Crosby June 1938 Decca
One Sweet Letter from You Bing Crosby 1947 Brunswick
Only Forever Bing Crosby 1940 Decca
Pale Moon Bing Crosby July 1941 Decca
Save Your Sorrow (For Tomorrow) Bing Crosby March 1949 Decca
Selections from Welcome Stranger Bing Crosby May 1947 Decca
Sleigh Ride Bing Crosby November 1952 Decca
South Pacific various artists May 30, 1949 Decca
St. Patrick's Day Bing Crosby June 1947 Decca
The Christmas Song Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers September 1947 Decca
The Lamplighter's Serenade Bing Crosby March 1942 Decca
The Loneliness of Evening Bing Crosby 1951 Decca
The Meadows of Heaven Bing Crosby with Ken Lane Singers and Victor Young and His Orchestra September 1949 Decca
Themes and Songs from The Quiet Man Bing Crosby and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1952 Decca
The Moon Got in My Eyes Bing Crosby August 1937 Decca
The Singing Hills Bing Crosby 1940 Decca
They Say It's Wonderful Bing Crosby April 1946 Decca
'Til Reveille Bing Crosby July 1941 Decca
White Christmas Bing Crosby July 30, 1942 Decca