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Bing Crosby

Bing Crosby
Aliases
Bing Crosby and child chorus
Real name
Harry Lillis Crosby
Born
May 3, 1903
Died
October 14, 1977
Country
United States
IPI
00007121925
Comments
Singer and actor
Member of
The Rhythm Boys
Family
Dixie Lee Crosby Spouse (1930-1952)
Gary Crosby Son
Bob Crosby Brother
Chris Crosby Nephew
Related
Howard Crosby Nephew

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Title Performer Release date Covered by
1985 (5 artists)
1945 (7 artists)
(5 artists)
1950 (52 artists)
1939 (6 artists)
May 1947 (7 artists)
1942 (36 artists)
March 1937 (79 artists)
March 1949 (6 artists)
(340 artists)
1932 (15 artists)
May 1947 (2 artists)
1954 (68 artists)
1940 (4 artists)
June 1933 (5 artists)
(7 artists)
(2 artists)
1945 (105 artists)
April 1944 (6 artists)
September 1946 (3 artists)
1932 Steve Conway with Orchestra conducted by Peter Yorke
(32 artists)
1957 (2 artists)
November 1941 (14 artists)
1931 (28 artists)
1945 (23 artists)
1933 (176 artists)
(3 artists)
1933 Champ Butler with Paul Weston & his Orch.
1943 (861 artists)
October 17, 1975 Ferrante & Teicher
June 25, 1956 (25 artists)
(76 artists)
1931 (108 artists)
1941 (25 artists)
1946 (2 artists)
1945 (88 artists)
(147 artists)
January 1933 (6 artists)
1950 (3 artists)
(16 artists)
(11 artists)
June 25, 1956 Daniel McDonald & Anna Kendrick
1934 (9 artists)
1932 (6 artists)
1934 (8 artists)
1932 (7 artists)
March 1957 (3 artists)
1950 (84 artists)
1932 (2 artists)
1940 Ruth Olay - Orchestra conducted by Jerry Fielding
1931 (4 artists)
1936 (21 artists)
1940 (7 artists)
June 1945 (39 artists)
1931 (239 artists)
October 1936 (263 artists)
October 1932 (34 artists)
1937 (14 artists)
1937 (36 artists)
February 1944 (7 artists)
1932 (2 artists)
(7 artists)
1932 (8 artists)
1936 (2 artists)
(2 artists)
(16 artists)
(3 artists)
(107 artists)
1933 (94 artists)
1933 (5 artists)
November 1941 (14 artists)
1950 (2 artists)
1947 (3 artists)
1934 (18 artists)
1942 (3 artists)
(125 artists)
October 1959 (21 artists)
1940 (5 artists)
(3 artists)
June 25, 1956 (182 artists)
April 1936 (22 artists)
1949 (5 artists)
1946 (8 artists)
1936 (7 artists)
1968 The Strawberry Street Singers
1939 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
(1442 artists)
June 1931 (147 artists)
1941 (39 artists)
June 1941 (10 artists)
(2 artists)
October 1946 (19 artists)
1941 John Kincade
1933 (19 artists)
1952 (11 artists)

Covers by Bing Crosby

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1938 Johnny Sylvester & His Playmates
1942 (unknown)
1945 Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1935 (unknown), (unknown)
October 1942 (unknown), (unknown)
1964 Lionel Newman
October 1931 Ben Bernie and His Orchestra
May 1948 (unknown)
September 1936 Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees
1954 Henry Burr & Albert Campbell
1946 Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson and Sally Sweetland
1960 (unknown), Al Jolson, (unknown)
August 1956 Margaret Simms & Paul Bass
1957 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
December 1975 Prince's Orchestra
April 1947 Emma Carus
June 1938 Emma Carus
1960 Edith Day, Elsie Baker with Orchestra, Ramon Novarro & Evelyn Laye
1965 Ray Sanders with The Anita Kerr Singers
1977 Gilbert Bécaud
1966 John Steel and Ruth Thomas
October 1946 Frank Crumit
August 1950 Jacqueline François avec Paul Durand et son orchestre, Patti Page with Harry Geller & His Orchestra
July 1945 Dinah Shore
1939 Bing Crosby
1946 The Kit-Cat Band
June 1944 Chucho Martínez Gil, Lawrence Welk and His Orchestra
Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell
1961 (unknown), (unknown), Harlan and Stanley with Orchestra, (unknown), (unknown)
1939 Ziggy Elman and His Orch., Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
1941 Judy Campbell
1961 (unknown), Flora Donaldson, (unknown), Martha Tilton with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
1947 (unknown), Al Jolson with Orchestra Directed by Morris Stoloff
1984 Ethel Merman & Ray Middleton
December 1947 Ethel Merman & Ray Middleton
January 1951 Cecil Fanning
August 1956 Al Jolson
1953 George Gaynes
Les Brown and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Doris Day
October 1956 Victor Young, Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus
1976 Frances Williams
1962 (unknown), (unknown)
January 1952 Charles Trenet et son Quartette Ondioline
Covered by David Hughes with Ray Martin and His Orchestra
1960 Original Dixieland Jazz Band, (unknown)
1947 (unknown)
1960 Geo. Campbell, Ada Jones & Billy Murray
1977 J. Harold Murray
1950 Yves Montand, Jo Stafford with Orchestra conducted by Harold Mooney
1957 Emilio De Marchi, Al Jolson
1945 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown)
November 1951 Nat King Cole
August 1946 Eva Taylor
1975 Ruth Etting
2009 Ruth Etting
May 1945 Carmen Miranda com Orquestra Odeon, Charles Wolcott and His Orchestra with Ray Gilbert
March 1949 Juanita Hall
1948 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1937 Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra
1961 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), J.W. Myers, (unknown)
1940 (unknown)
1977 Roger Cook
1946 June Knight
1941 Gene Autry
1957 Aida Ward
1950 Napua Stevens
January 1950 Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae
1933 Kitty Kelly
Bing Crosby with Lani McIntire and His Hawaiians
October 1956 Eva Puck and Sam White
May 1948 Roy Rogers and The Sons of The Pioneers
August 1956 William Gillespie
1942 William Gillespie
October 1946 Belle Baker
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me Bing Crosby 2001 Unverified
1937 Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
1969 Judy Collins
1965 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy and His Guitar
June 1941 Marie Louise Dustmann-Meyer and Clara Schumann, (unknown)
1958 Araci Cortes, Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1975 Missouri Jazz Band - Vocal Chorus Irving Kaufman
1932 Rex Weber
Bing Crosby, William Bendix and Sir Cedric Hardwicke with Orchestra Directed by Victor Young
January 1948 Bing Crosby
Button Up Your Overcoat Bing Crosby 2009 Unverified
1937 (unknown)
April 1949 Sammy Kaye
March 1, 2005 (unknown)
December 1975 Willie & Eugene Howard
1961 (unknown), (unknown), Charles Coborn, Gid Tanner and His Skillet-Lickers with Riley Puckett and Clayton McMichen, Billy Murray
1962 Johnny Hamp's Kentucky Serenaders
1976 Fred Astaire with Ray Noble and His Orchestra
December 1953 Patti Page with Orchestra conducted by Joe Reisman
January 1950 Red Foley
October 1956 Fred Astaire with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
1957 The Bar Harbor Society Orchestra
1968 Dick Van Dyke, Julie Andrews, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber
1957 Grace Kerns and J. B. Wells
1951 Dennis Day
1939 (unknown), Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Frank Sinatra
March 1, 2005 (unknown), (unknown)
March 1, 2005 (unknown), (unknown)
1946 Wilbur Evans and Eileen Farrell
February 1952 Dick Farney, Freddy Martin and His Orchestra
2003 Teresa Brewer and Bobby Wayne with Jack Pleis and His Orchestra
1965 Kenny Brown and Marilyn Kaye and The Arkansas Ramblers
1960 Katie Lawrence, (unknown), Sam Doctor
1931 Jack Barker
1937 Ray Kinney with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians
1960 (unknown)
1942 Patrick et son orchestre de danse
November 1941 Harry James and His Orchestra
October 28, 1949 Dinah Shore - Orchestra & vocal group under the direction of Harry Zimmerman
1946 (unknown)
1941 (unknown)
October 1956 Johnny Marvin
1942 Alvino Rey and His Orchestra
1939 Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra, Larry Clinton and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Bea Wain
1934 The Pickens Sisters
1932 Eddie Cantor
1954 Eddie Cantor
1968 The Singer Midgets
1941 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers
1938 Chick Webb and His Orchestra
November 1944 (unknown), Edward Nell with The Foursome Quartet
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
1977 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra, Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra with Kenny Sargent
1962 (unknown), (unknown), Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, (unknown)
1957 Lyric Quartet
1939 Brunswick Quartette
November 1953 Fisk University Jubilee Singers
1954 (unknown)
1940 (unknown)
December 1963 Harry Simeone Chorale
1957 Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra
1961 (unknown)
1942 Samuel Ash, Marilyn Miller and Clifton Webb
1939 Bing Crosby
May 1939 Cantantes de la Orquesta Típica Mexicana, The Light Crust Doughboys
Rudy Vallée
August 1936 Rudy Vallée
1945 David Brooks and Celeste Holm
October 1946 The Brox Sisters and Cast
April 1949 Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra
1957 Harry Richman
July 1947 Jean Moorhead and Lou Wills, Jr.
1962 Sam Lanin and His Orchestra, (unknown)
1962 Geschwister Winkler, Gracie Fields with The Wardour Singers and Bob Farnon and His Orchestra
1965 Jim Reeves
Friendly Persuasion Bing Crosby 1966 Unverified
October 1963 Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver and Douglas Deane
1948 Michael O'Higgins
1954 Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Trudy Stevens
1957 Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra
December 1975 Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra
April 1951 Gertrude Lawrence
July 1946 The King Cole Trio
1958 Louis Jourdan
1962 Jack Smith (The Whispering Baritone)
1960 George M. Cohan, Fay Templeton
October 1942 Meister Glee Singers
1939 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Edythe Wright
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Edythe Wright
1948 Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour and His Orchestra
1951 Jimmy Atkins
1975 Christopher Gable, Malcolm Rennie and Company
August 1964 Dorothy Maynor with Unaccompanied Male Choir
February 1952 Pedro Vargas con Orquesta
Covered by (13 artists)
1947 (unknown)
1942 Bing Crosby
1948 John Tyers
December 1949 Gene Autry
October 1956 Joy Hodges & Austin Marshall
Kay Starr and The Billy Butterfield Quintet with Three Beaus and a Peep
1965 Ray Price
Heat Wave Bing Crosby 1976 Unverified
October 1956 Ethel Waters
1961 Fisk University Male Quartette, The Tuskegee Institute Singers
1961 Arthur Collins
1965 Faron Young
Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane) Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters November 1949 Unverified
1932 Sam Coslow
1969 The Beatles
March 1, 2005 (unknown)
1968 Frank Sinatra
1958 Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
1933 Vernon Dalhart
June 1938 Vernon Dalhart
1945 John Yorke Atlee
1932 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra with vocal refrain by Red McKenzie
April 1949 Connie Hains with Four Hits and a Miss
August 1947 Jack Owens - Eddie Ballantine and His Orchestra
1945 Dolores Valesco
1958 Bob Hope
1954 Aida Ward and Willard McLean
1950 (unknown)
May 1939 Eddie Leonard
1942 Kate Smith - Orchestra under Direction of Jack Miller
I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1946 Unverified
1957 Eva Taylor
1950 Isabel Bigley
1931 Waring's Pennsylvanians
1932 Ambrose and His Orchestra
March 1949 Bing Crosby and child chorus
1965 Agustin Magaldi, Tony Martin with Henri René & His Orchestra
1938 Henry King and His Orchestra
November 1956 (unknown)
Covered by (56 artists)
1947 Kammersänger Richard Tauber - Begleitung: Dajos-Béla-Künstlerorchester, Jack Smith
1944 Tamara
March 1946 Dino Di Luca e Coro, Hildegarde
September 1944 Woody Herman and His Orchestra
October 1946 Billy Murray
1949 Isham Jones, Guest Conductor with Ray Miller's Orchestra
June 1947 Mr. Ernest Pike with Orchestral Accompaniment
1944 Wilbur Evans
September 1934 Elsie Baker with Orchestra
August 1936 Bing Crosby, Leonid Kinskey, Martha Raye, Bob Burns and Louis Prima with The Sons of the Pioneers
1957 Chester Gaylord
1939 Orville Harrold
March 1, 2005 Henry Whitter
1957 "Fats" Waller and His Rhythm
1933 Jack Denny and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Paul Small
1942 Carter Family
1931 Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Richard Barry
February 1940 Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour
June 1940 (unknown)
1956 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
1954 Lou Gold and His Orchestra
1954 Henry Burr and John Meyer
1939 Billy Murray
1976 Dean Martin with Orchestra conducted by Dick Stabile
Dean Martin with Orchestra conducted by Dick Stabile
1951 Dean Martin with Orchestra conducted by Dick Stabile
1961 (unknown), Knickerbocker Quartette
December 1945 Arthur Fields
1958 Lew Stone and His Band - Vocal Chorus by Nat Gonella
1937 (unknown)
August 1944 Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five
1944 Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1953 The Ambassadors [US2]
1958 John Boles, Jeanette Loff, the Sisters G, George Chiles and the Russell Market Dancers
1941 Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers
It's a Good Day Bing Crosby 2004 Unverified
1969 Fritz Kreisler - Piano Accompaniment Carl Lamson, Tommy Edwards
Bing Crosby
1951 Perry Como and The Fontane Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra
August 1964 Peggy Lee
1935 Bing Crosby
1938 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
June 1947 (unknown)
1945 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra
1976 Newbold Noyes & Rufus F. King
Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye
1938 Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye
October 1956 Ann Sothern & Jack Whiting
October 1946 (unknown)
1933 Aida Ward
1950 Robert Alda & Isabel Bigley
1942 Jararaca e Seu Conjuncto, Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra
Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Billie Holiday
I Wonder What's Become of Sally Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Unverified
1965 Tex Ritter and His Texans
October 1956 Ethel Waters with Edward Mallory and His Orchestra
Richard Himber & His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra
1934 Richard Himber & His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra
June 1931 Kammersänger Richard Tauber - Begl.: Dajos-Béla-Künstlerorchester, Leo Reisman and His Orchestra
1939 The Mills Brothers
September 1934 Lucy Isabelle Marsh
1931 Abe Lyman's California Orchestra
1952 Dinah Shore
1960 Billy Murray, Al Trace and His Silly Symphonists
1953 Roland Gerbeau
1953 Renée Lamy
1957 Winnie Lightner
1950 Marianne Michel
1932 Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
1942 Al Jolson with Gene Rodemich's Orchestra
1932 (unknown)
1960 Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra
1957 (unknown)
1934 The Peerless Quartet
1932 Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees
1964 (unknown)
1969 Roger Miller [US1]
1952 Frankie Carle and His Orchestra
1961 Tuskegee Institute Singers, Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band, (unknown), (unknown)
1939 (unknown), Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights
1969 Carl Belew & His Rock Crushers
June 1944 Gene Kelly & Martha Mears
1960 (unknown), (unknown), George J. Gaskin
October 1956 Peter Palmer and Edith Adams
1968 Vicky, Ray Conniff and The Singers
1934 Pickens Sisters
Pickens Sisters
1961 Antoinette Stirling
1957 Kurt Gerron, Gerald Price
1946 (unknown)
Covered by Dennis Day
1953 Jacqueline François avec Paul Durand et son orchestre
1954 Van and Schenck
1942 Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra
1940 Olive Kline - Elsie Baker
1950 Ethel Merman - Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra and Chorus
1976 Abe Lyman's California Orchestra
1942 Fay Templeton
January 1951 Tallulah Bankhead
1962 Jack Smith (The Whispering Baritone)
April 1949 John Barnes Wells
August 1956 Mindy Carson with Ray Conniff's Orchestra & The Columbians
1938 International Novelty Orchestra
1946 (unknown)
1942 Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees
August 1956 David Leonard, Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra
1937 Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Lew Sherwood
April 1951 American Quartet with Orchestra
November 1942 Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra
Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra
February 1945 Deanna Durbin
October 1956 Sterling Holloway & Bobbie Perkins
October 28, 1949 Buz Butler and Cass County Boys
1960 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five, Phil Harris and His Dixieland Syncapators
August 1956 Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
1968 Anthony Newley
1961 Byron G. Harlan, (unknown)
March 1933 Isham Jones Orchestra
1939 The Dolly Sisters
1929 Walter Barnes and His Royal Creolians
1962 (unknown), Noelani Hawaiian Orchestra, (unknown)
1954 Joni James and The Jack Halloran Choir - Orchestra conducted by Lew Douglas
My Melancholy Baby Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Unverified
1977 Hoagy Carmichael and Gordon Jenkins and His Chorus and Orchestra
My Reverie Bing Crosby with Bob Crosby & His Orchestra 1938 Unverified
1961 Chauncey Olcott
Never in a Million Years Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra February 27, 1937 Unverified
1962 Melina Mercouri, Lyn Cornell
1976 Jack Denny & His Orchestra
1941 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
October 1956 Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra
1957 Isham Jones and His Orchestra
1954 Isabel Bigley & Bill Hayes
1975 Irene Ryan and the Gang
1948 Clement Scott, Ana Hato and Deane Waretini, Gracie Fields
1938 Don Ameche
October 1931 (unknown)
1953 Rosalind Russell and Edith Adams
1965 Don Gibson
1943 Alfred Drake
Old Black Joe Bing Crosby 1946 Unverified
1976 Adelaide Hall
1956 Jules Bledsoe
1958 Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
1976 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1947 Annette Hanshaw
Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
1957 Isham Jones Orchestra
December 1975 Isham Jones Orchestra
1938 Bob Causer and His Cornellians
Bob Causer and His Cornellians
On Top of Old Smoky Bing Crosby Unverified
March 1, 2005 George Reneau
1961 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), Haydn Quartet, (unknown)
Unreleased Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
August 1956 Mills Brothers
December 1947 Dinah Shore with Russ Case and His Orchestra
November 1982 The Trapp Family Singers
Covered by (27 artists)
1943 Alfred Drake & Joan Roberts
1946 Dorothy Lamour
1976 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra
1943 Al Dexter and His Troopers
July 1950 Sallie Fisher and Charles King
Bing Crosby with Anson Weeks and His Orchestra
1975 Malcom Rennie, Christopher Gable
February 1944 (unknown)
Covered by (193 artists)
August 1956 Russ Columbo
P.S. I Love You Bing Crosby 1976 Unverified
1968 Peter, Paul and Mary
December 1949 Doris Day with Her Country Cousins
1935 Lew Stone and His Band
April 1949 Burl Ives
August 1941 Gene Autry & Smiley Burnett
Bing Crosby with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra
1936 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1960 Bonnie Guitar
1976 Gwen Verdon and Company
1950 Gene Autry and The Pinafores with Orchestral Accompaniment
July 1950 Joe "Fingers" Carr and The Carr-Hops
Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1943 Unverified
March 1949 Ben Litchfield
1975 Glynis Johns
October 1956 Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Bob Goday
1977 Walter Huston
1946 Walter Huston
1955 Albert Campbell and Henry Burr
1961 (unknown), Henry Whitter, Tuskegee Institute Singers
November 1941 (unknown)
1932 Aida Overton Walker, Boyd Senter and His Senterpedes - Vocal refrain by Paul Small
1961 Harry Macdonough & Miss Walton, Billy Murray, John Yorke Atlee
1962 Shirley Ross, Victor Arden - Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra, Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kenneth Sargent
1946 Rita Montaner, Grace Moore
1940 (unknown)
1935 Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber, Haydn Quartet
October 1942 Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber, Haydn Quartet
October 1950 Bob Hope & Marilyn Maxwell
1948 Richard Jose
1976 The Kids [Sesame Street]
1962 The Rounders [US], Six Brown Brothers
March 1946 Dick Thomas
1942 Gene Krupa & His Orchestra
December 1975 Nina Mae McKinney
1954 The Jazz Pilots
1952 Boston Pops Orchestra, The Andrews Sisters
Hal Kemp and His Orchestra
1938 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra
1954 Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Trudy Stevens
1972 Anne Murray
1957 William O'Neal
1949 Patricia Morison
1954 Winnie Lightner
1934 Alberta Hunter
March 1949 Frank Sinatra
1932 Sophie Tucker
1933 The Three Keys
1957 Marion Harris
November 1963 Anita Alvarez & David Wayne
Something to Remember You By Bing Crosby 1976 Unverified
Soon Bing Crosby Unverified
July 1946 Betty Garrett, Chandler Cowles, Fred Danieli, Howard Malone, Alan Manson
1947 Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra
1977 Johnnie Johnston with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1939 Hoagy Carmichael & His Pals, Bing Crosby
1931 Hoagy Carmichael & His Pals
Covered by (222 artists)
December 1975 Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians
1965 Bill Anderson
1939 Bing Crosby
1932 Prince's Band
1954 (unknown), Doretta Morrow & Richard Kiley
January 1933 Russ Columbo and His Orchestra
1960 Ethel Waters
1938 Abbie Mitchell
1977 Grethe Ingmann, Wayne Newton
1965 Frank Sinatra
December 1975 Al Jolson
1961 (unknown), George Reneau, (unknown), (unknown)
1931 Gus Arnheim Coconut Grove Orchestra
March 1, 2005 Radio Mac (McClintock)
1961 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown)
1932 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra
March 1937 Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra
February 1940 Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour and Bob Hope
1961 (unknown)
April 1944 Bing Crosby with The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir
1940 Fisk University Jubilee Quartet
1935 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1960 Harvey Hindermeyer, (unknown), Billy Jones
1968 Rex Harrison & Ginny Tyler
1941 Phyllis Cleveland and Jack Barker
Thank Heaven for Little Girls Bing Crosby 2014 Unverified
August 1956 Dorothy Lamour with Orchestra conducted by Lou Bring
August 1946 Betty Hutton
1957 Prince's Band, Hoagy Carmichael and Matty Malneck's Allstars
1947 Eddy Arnold and His Tennessee Plowboys
1945 Frances Alda
1950 Ethel Merman
1975 Mary Lawlor and John Price Jones
1941 Irving Abrams & His Orchestra
1947 The King Cole Trio with String Choir
2004 The King Cole Trio with String Choir
1933 Judith Allen
1945 Dooley Wilson
1937 Irene Dunne
June 1949 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
1951 Eva Puck and Sam White
1952 (unknown)
March 1, 2005 Burl Ives
1962 (unknown), Mario Lanza
1962 Victor Mixed Chorus
1938 (unknown performer), Dorothy Lamour - Orchestra under Direction of Cy Feuer
1977 Harry James and His Orchestra
December 1955 The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus
1951 Frances Williams
October 1963 Sam Levene, Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver
1942 (unknown), (unknown)
January 1948 Isham Jones Orchestra
1937 Jimmie Rodgers with Lani McIntire's Hawaiians
1977 Jack Lemmon
1965 Edith Piaf, (unknown)
1961 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown), George Primrose, (unknown)
December 1937 Will Osborne and His Orchestra
December 1947 William O'Neal, Marty May, Ray Middleton and Ethel Merman
June 1947 (unknown)
Bing Crosby with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra
August 1964 Bing Crosby with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra
April 1946 Dorothy Dickson
October 1956 Tullio Carminati
April 1947 Mr. Billy Merson
1947 (unknown), George J. Gaskin
1969 Sonny Curtis
October 1941 (unknown)
1950 Edison Symphony Orchestra, The B.B.C. Dance Orchestra - Directed by Henry Hall - With vocal chorus
1946 Frank Sinatra
April 1936 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra
1934 Al Bowlly
1976 Barbra Streisand
September 1936 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
1977 Randy Edelman
October 1956 Ginger Rogers
April 1946 Ethel Merman & Ray Middleton
August 1956 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal refrain by Frank Sinatra
1961 (unknown), (unknown), (unknown)
1968 Julie Andrews
1969 Alexander Vertinsky, The Limeliters
1976 Paul Gregory & Marilyn Miller
1937 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kenny Sargent
September 1944 Chauncey Olcott
August 1940 Ray Herbeck and His Music with Romance
1933 New Mayfair Dance Orchestra
1949 (unknown)
1934 Gloria Grafton
1968 The Sunshine Company
1954 Anita O'Day - Orchestra conducted by Larry Russell
1965 (unknown), Hugh Cross, The Carter Family
1942 Byron G. Harlan
1942 Ernest Tubb
December 1975 The Peerless Quartet
1960 The Peerless Quartet
June 25, 1956 Betty Grable & Charles Walters
March 1946 Muriel Barron and Olive Gilbert
1977 Roger Nichols and Paul Williams
August 1964 Les Brown
November 1953 Harry Roy & His Orchestra
1977 Priscilla Lopez and Company
1939 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
Covered by (93 artists)
1937 Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy
1977 Ciro Dammicco, Daniel Sentacruz Ensemble, Michael Holm
1941 C. Richard Tauber, Harry Pollack's Club Maurice Diamonds
1940 Manuel Romain
June 1947 Chauncey Olcott
1957 Melotone Boys
August 1956 Ted Lewis Jazz Band
1942 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
1939 The Happy Chappies
1961 (unknown), (unknown), Harrod's Jubilee Singers, (unknown), Biddle University Quartet
October 1951 Edith Piaf, Bob Sands with Orchestra conducted by Bill Loose
April 1951 Corinne Morgan, Frank C. Stanley, (unknown)
1940 (unknown)
1960 American Quartet, Earl Burtnett and His Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orchestra
1931 Harold Richards
1968 Frank Weir and His Orchestra
July 1947 The Whiffenpoofs
1961 Mac (Harry McClintock)
1957 Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra
2004 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
November 13, 2015 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
Uses samples from Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
1954 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
November 1, 2010 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
August 1942 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
Sampled by (3 artists)
June 1947 (unknown)
1949 Lisa Kirk
July 1951 Doris Day with Paul Weston & His Orchestra
Richard Himber & His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra
September 1935 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Bob Allen
2008 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
Covered by Christoff
Uses samples from Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
1965 Claude King
December 1953 Arlie Duff
1977 Charles Aznavour
August 1941 The Pine Ridge Boys
1985 Joni James - Lew Douglas Orchestra, Fran Warren
May 1945 Ana María González & José Mojica, Dora Luz
1958 Ray McKinley and Some of the Boys
You Came a Long Way from Saint Louis Bing Crosby and Peggy Lee Unverified
1940 Al Jolson
1938 Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake 7
1933 Dick Powell
1938 Henry King and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Carmene Calhoun
1957 Adele Astaire & Eddie Foy Jr.
1933 Bebe Daniels
2009 (unknown)
1940 Richard Tauber, Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra
1977 Glenn Hunter and Lillian Taiz
1976 Carole King

Web Covers by Bing Crosby

Title Performer Upload date Originally by
Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear Bing Crosby November 19, 2010 Lloyd Keating and His Music (Ben Selvin)
The Long Ago Bing Crosby November 21, 2017

Songs with samples

Title Performer Release date Uses samples from
November 13, 2015 Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
Originally by Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
2008 Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
Covered by Christoff
Originally by Bing Crosby & Martha Mears

Sampled songs

Title Performer Release date Info
November 1944 Originally by (unknown), Edward Nell with The Foursome Quartet
Sampled by Dickie Goodman
August 1942 Originally by Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
Sampled by (3 artists)

Songs written by Bing Crosby

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
From Monday On Bing Crosby, Harry Barris Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra April 13, 1928 Covered by (14 artists)
I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You Bing Crosby, Ned Washington, Victor Young Bing Crosby 1933 Covered by (176 artists)
Love Me Tonight Bing Crosby, Ned Washington, Victor Young Bing Crosby 1932 Covered by (6 artists)
My Woman Bing Crosby, Irving Wallman, Max Wartell Bing Crosby 1932 Covered by (2 artists)
Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day Bing Crosby, Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert Harold Richards 1932 Covered by (24 artists)

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
101 Gang Songs Bing Crosby and His Friends 1961 Warner Bros.
12 Songs of Christmas Bing Crosby - Frank Sinatra - Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians August 1964 Reprise Records
A Couple of Song & Dance Men Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire 1976 United Artists Records
America I Hear You Singing Frank Sinatra - Bing Crosby - Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians 1964 Reprise Records
Another Ride in Cowboy Country Bing Crosby 2003 Jasmine Records
A Southern Memoir Bing Crosby December 1975 London Records
Auld Lang Syne Bing Crosby 1948 Decca
Beautiful Memories Bing Crosby 1977 United Artists Records
Bing & Al - Volume 1 Bing Crosby and Al Jolson 1975 Totem Records
Bing and the Dixieland Bands Bing Crosby 1957 Decca
Bing and the Dixieland Bands Bing Crosby 1951 Decca
Bing Crosby & Friends - Vol. 2 Bing Crosby 1984 Magic [GB]
Bing Crosby - Live at the London Palladium Bing Crosby 1976 K-Tel
Bing Crosby Sings the Great Country Hits Bing Crosby 1965 Capitol Records
Bing - Feels Good, Feels Right Bing Crosby 1976 Decca
Bing 'n' Basie Bing Crosby & Count Basie and His Orchestra 1972 Daybreak Records
Bing & Satchmo Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong, arranged and conducted by Billy May 1960 MGM
Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings Bing Crosby and Buddy Bregman October 1956 Verve Records
Bing with a Beat Bing Crosby with Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band 1957 RCA Victor
Blue Skies Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1946 Decca
Christmas Greetings Bing Crosby 1949 Decca
Decca Presents Bing Crosby in an Album of Cowboy Songs Bing Crosby 1939 Decca
Fancy Meeting You Here Rosemary Clooney and Bing Crosby 1958 RCA Victor
Going My Way Bing Crosby 1945 Decca
Hey Jude / Hey Bing! Bing Crosby 1969 Amos
Holiday in Europe Bing Crosby 1962 Decca
Join Bing and Sing Along - 33 Great Songs Bing Crosby and Friends 1960 RCA Victor
Just for Fun Bing Crosby 1985 Broadway Intermission
Le Bing - Song Hits of Paris Bing Crosby 1953 Brunswick
New Tricks... Bing Crosby with Buddy Cole and His Trio 1957 Decca
On the Happy Side Bing Crosby 1962 Warner Bros.
Return to Paradise Islands Bing Crosby 1964 Reprise Records
Seasons - The Closing Chapter Bing Crosby 1977 Polydor
Some Fine Old Chestnuts Bing Crosby with The Buddy Cole Trio 1954 Decca
Songs I Wish I Had Sung (The First Time Around) Bing Crosby August 1956 Decca
Star Dust Bing Crosby 1940 Decca
St. Patrick's Day Bing Crosby June 1947 Decca
That's What Life Is All About Bing Crosby with the Pete Moore Orchestra 1975 United Artists Records
That Travelin' Two-Beat Rosemary Clooney and Bing Crosby 1965 Capitol Records
The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56 Bing Crosby 2009 Mosaic Records
Themes and Songs from The Quiet Man Bing Crosby and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1952 Decca
The Radio Years - Volume 2 Bing Crosby 1985 GNP Crescendo
Thoroughly Modern Bing Bing Crosby 1968 Stateside
Welcome Stranger Bing Crosby May 1947 Decca

EPs

Title Performer Release date Label
Bing Sings the Hits Vol. 1 Bing Crosby 1954 Decca
Some Old Chestnuts, Volume 1 Bing Crosby with The Buddy Cole Trio 1955 Decca

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Abraham Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1945 Decca
A Fine Romance Dixie Lee Crosby and Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra September 1936 Decca
A Gal in Calico Bing Crosby with The Calico Kids 1946 Decca
Alexander's Ragtime Band Bing Crosby and Al Jolson April 1947 Decca
Alexander's Ragtime Band Bing Crosby & Connie Boswell June 1938 Decca
All My Love Bing Crosby with Jeff Alexander Chorus and Victor Young and His Orchestra August 1950 Decca
All of My Life Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1945 Decca
All She'd Say Was "Umh Hum" Bing Crosby 1955 Decca
A Man and His Dream Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
A Marshmallow World Bing Crosby with Lee Gordon Singers and Sonny Burke and His Orchestra 1950 Decca
Among My Souvenirs Bing Crosby and Russ Morgan and His Orchestra 1946 Decca
Amor Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1944 Decca
An Apple for the Teacher Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell 1939 Decca
And the Angels Sing Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1941 Decca
A Perfect Day Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers January 1951 Decca
Aren't You Glad You're You? Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra December 1945 Decca
Around the World Bing Crosby 1957 Decca
Around the World Bing Crosby October 1956 Decca
A Song of Old Hawaii Bing Crosby with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians August 1940 Decca
At Last! At Last! Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra January 1952 Decca
Autumn Leaves Bing Crosby 1950 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 1946 Decca
Be Honest With Me Bing Crosby 1941 Decca
Blue Shadows on the Trail Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Choir and Victor Young and His Orchestra May 1948 Decca
Blues in the Night (My Mama Done Tol' Me) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Brahms' Lullaby (Cradle Song) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra June 1941 Decca
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? Bing Crosby 1932 Brunswick
But Beautiful Bing Crosby January 1948 Decca
Can I Forget You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1937 Brunswick
Can't We Talk It Over - Dinah Bing Crosby - Bing Crosby and The Mills Brothers 1932 Brunswick
Careless Hands Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers April 1949 Decca
Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy Bing Crosby January 1950 Decca
Christmas in Killarney Bing Crosby 1951 Decca
Ciribiribin (They're So in Love) Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Joe Venuti and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Close as Pages in a Book Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1946 Decca
Conchita, Marquita, Lolita, Pepita, Rosita, Juanita Lopez Bing Crosby 1942 Decca
Dancing in the Dark Bing Crosby 1931 Brunswick
Dancing Under the Stars Bing Crosby with Lani McIntire and His Hawaiians 1937 Decca
Dardanella Bing & Satchmo October 1960 MGM
Day Dreaming Bing Crosby November 1941 Decca
Deep in the Heart of Texas Bing Crosby with Woody Herman and His Woodchoppers 1942 Decca
Deep Purple Bing Crosby with Matty Malneck and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Did You Ever See a Dream Walking Bing Crosby 1934 Brunswick
Dolores Bing Crosby 1941 Decca
Don't Be That Way Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter's Orchestra 1938 Decca
Don't Fence Me In Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra November 1944 Decca
Down by the Riverside Bing and Gary Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1953 Decca
Down the Old Ox Road Bing Crosby with Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra June 1933 Brunswick
Do You Care? Bing Crosby - Bing Crosby with Woody Herman and His Orchestra November 1941 Decca
Do You Ever Think of Me Bing Crosby and The Merry Macs 1940 Decca
Do You Hear What I Hear? Bing Crosby with The Ralph Carmichael Chorus and Orchestra December 1963 Capitol Records
East Side of Heaven Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
El Rancho Grande Bing Crosby assisted by The Foursome May 1939 Decca
Empty Saddles Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra August 1936 Decca
Evelina Bing Crosby 1945 Decca
Everywhere You Go Bing Crosby and Evelyn Knight with Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires and Vic Schoen and His Orchestra April 1949 Decca
Faith of Our Fathers Bing Crosby, John Scott Trotter's Orchestra October 1942 Decca
Feudin' and Fightin' Bing Crosby and The Jesters with Bob Haggart and His Orchestra July 1947 Decca
Galway Bay Bing Crosby and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1948 Decca
Getting to Know You Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra April 1951 Decca
Give Me the Simple Life Bing Crosby and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1945 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 1948 Decca
Gone Fishin' Bing Crosby 1951 Decca
Good, Good, Good (That's You - That's You) Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters July 1945 Decca
Granada Bing Crosby with The Bando da Lua February 1952 Decca
Happy Birthday Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers 1947 Decca
Happy-Go-Lucky-You and Broken Hearted Me Bing Crosby with Isham Jones' Orchestra 1932 Brunswick
Happy Holiday Bing Crosby with The Music Maids and Hal and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Harbor Lights Bing Crosby 1950 Decca
Haunted Heart Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1948 Decca
Home on the Range Bing Crosby with Lennie Hayton and His Orchestra 1933 Brunswick
How Deep Is the Ocean Bing Crosby 1932 Brunswick
How Lovely Is Christmas Bing Crosby 1957 Golden Records
I Apologize Bing Crosby 1931 Brunswick
I Can't Begin to Tell You Bing Crosby with Camen Cavallaro at the Piano 1945 Decca
I Don't Want to Walk Without You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
If I Were a Bell Bing Crosby and Patty Andrews with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1950 Decca
I Found You Bing Crosby 1932 Brunswick
If You Should Ever Need Me Bing Crosby 1931 Brunswick
I Have Eyes Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day Bing Crosby November 1956 Decca
I Kiss Your Hand, Madame Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1947 Decca
I'll Be Home for Christmas (If Only in My Dreams) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1943 Decca
I'll Be Seeing You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1944 Decca
I'll Be Yours Bing Crosby and Camarata and His Orchestra March 1946 Decca
I'll Capture Your Heart Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire assisted by Margaret Lenhart with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
I Love to Dance Like They Used to Dance Bing Crosby October 17, 1975 United Artists Records
I Love You Truly Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra September 1934 Decca
I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande) Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra August 1936 Decca
I'm Building a Sailboat of Dreams Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
I'm Playing with Fire Bing Crosby 1933 Brunswick
I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes Bing Crosby with Woody Herman and His Woodchoppers 1942 Decca
I'm Through with Love Bing Crosby 1931 Brunswick
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 June 1940 Decca
In a Little Spanish Town ('Twas on a Night Like This) Bing Crosby and The Buddy Cole Trio 1956 Decca
In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman with The 4 Hits and a Miss and Matty Matlock's All Stars 1951 Decca
I Still See Elisa Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra November 1951 Decca
Is You Is or Is You Ain't (Ma' Baby) Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters August 1944 Decca
It Had to Be You Bing Crosby 1953 Decca
It's Always You Bing Crosby 1941 Decca
It's Been a Long, Long Time Bing Crosby with Les Paul and His Trio 1945 Decca
It's Easy to Remember Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
I Wonder What's Become of Sally Bing Crosby 1942 Decca
June in January Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra 1934 Decca
Just a Gigolo Bing Crosby June 1931 Victor
Just A Kid Named Joe Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
Just an Echo in the Valley Bing Crosby 1933 Brunswick
Just One More Chance Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1940 Decca
Just One More Chance Bing Crosby 1931 Brunswick
Keep It a Secret Bing Crosby 1952 Decca
La vie en rose Bing Crosby 1950 Decca
Lawd, You Made the Night Too Long - Jazz Nocturne Bing Crosby - Boswell Sisters - Victor Young 1932 Brunswick
Let Me Call You Sweetheart Bing Crosby 1934 Decca
Let's Call a Heart a Heart Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra October 1936 Decca
Lily of Laguna Bing Crosby and Mary Martin with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Linger a Little Longer in the Twilight Bing Crosby 1933 Brunswick
Little Sir Echo Bing Crosby 1939 Decca
Love in Bloom Bing Crosby with Irving Aaronson and His Commanders 1934 Brunswick
Love Me Tonight Bing Crosby 1932 Brunswick
Love Thy Neighbor Bing Crosby 1934 Brunswick
Love, You Funny Thing Bing Crosby 1932 Brunswick
MacNamara's Band Bing Crosby and The Jesters with Bob Haggart and His Orchestra 1946 Decca
Marrying for Love Bing Crosby with Sonny Burke and His Orchestra 1950 Decca
Mary's a Grand Old Name Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Medley of Gus Edwards Song Hits Bing Crosby Assisted by The Music Maids 1939 Decca
Mexicali Rose Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
Moonlight Bay Bing and Gary Crosby with Matty Matlock's All Stars April 1951 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
Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Sheen Bing Crosby ass. by Johnny Mercer with Victor Young's Small Fryers 1938 Decca
Mule Train Bing Crosby with Perry Botkin's String Band October 28, 1949 Decca
My Heart Goes Crazy Bing Crosby and Russ Morgan and His Orchestra 1947 Decca
My Honey's Lovin' Arms - Smoke Rings Bing Crosby with The Mills Brothers - Mills Brothers March 1933 Brunswick
My Isle of Golden Dreams Bing Crosby with Dick McIntire's Harmony Hawaiians 1939 Decca
My Kinda Love Bing Crosby 1929 Columbia
New San Antonio Rose Bing Crosby with Bob Crosby & His Orchestra 1941 Decca
Now Is the Hour Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Choir 1948 Decca
Now It Can Be Told Bing Crosby 1938 Decca
Now That You're Gone Bing Crosby 1932 Brunswick
Now That You're Gone Bing Crosby October 1931 Brunswick
O Fir Tree Dark Bing Crosby with The Ken Darby Singers 1947 Decca
Ohio Bing Crosby 1953 Decca
On Behalf of the Visiting Firemen Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1940 Decca
One More Time Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bing Crosby 1931 Victor
One Sweet Letter From You Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1947 Brunswick
Only Forever Bing Crosby 1940 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 1938 Decca
Pass That Peace Pipe Bing Crosby with The Chickadees and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra December 1947 Decca
Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy David Bowie & Bing Crosby November 1982 RCA
People Will Say We're in Love Bing Crosby and Trudy Erwin with The Sportsmen Glee Club 1943 Decca
Personality Bing Crosby and The Eddie Condon Orchestra 1946 Decca
Pistol Packin' Mama Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1943 Decca
Play a Simple Melody Gary Crosby and Friend with Matty Matlock's All-Stars July 1950 Decca
Please Bing Crosby with Anson Weeks and His Orchestra October 1932 Brunswick
Poinciana (Song of the Tree) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra February 1944 Decca
Poppa Santa Claus / Mele Kalikimaka Bing Crosby and Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1950 Decca
Pretending Bing Crosby with Les Paul and His Trio September 1946 Decca
Quicksilver Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra December 1949 Decca
Red Sails in the Sunset Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Remember Me? Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1937 Decca
Riders in the Sky - A Cowboy Legend Bing Crosby April 1949 Decca
Robins and Roses Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1936 Decca
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Bing Crosby 1950 Decca
Save Your Sorrow for Tomorrow Bing Crosby and Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra March 1949 Decca
Seven Nights a Week Bing Crosby March 1957 Capitol Records
Shepherd Serenade Bing Crosby November 1941 Decca
Shine - Shadows on the Window Bing Crosby and The Mills Brothers - Bing Crosby with Victor Young 1932 Brunswick
Siboney Bing Crosby and Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra 1946 Decca
Sierra Sue Bing Crosby 1940 Decca
Silent Night Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1935 Decca
Silent Night, Holy Night Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1942 Decca
Silver Bells Bing Crosby and Carol Richards October 1950 Decca
Sioux City Sue Bing Crosby and The Jesters with Bob Haggart and His Orchestra March 1946 Decca
Skylark Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
Sleigh Ride Bing Crosby 1952 Decca
So Do I Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra 1936 Decca
So in Love Bing Crosby with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1949 Decca
Someone Stole Gabriel's Horn Bing Crosby with Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra 1933 Brunswick
South America, Take It Away Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra July 1946 Decca
St. Louis Blues Bing Crosby and Duke Ellington 1932 Brunswick
Street of Dreams Bing Crosby January 1933 Brunswick
Sweet Georgia Brown Bing Crosby with Isham Jones' Orchestra 1932 Brunswick
Sweet Leilani Bing Crosby with Lani McIntire and His Hawaiians March 1937 Decca
Temptation Bing Crosby 1933 Brunswick
Thanks Bing Crosby with Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra 1933 Brunswick
That Little Dream Got Nowhere Bing Crosby and Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra August 1946 Decca
That's How Much I Love You Bing Crosby and Bob Crosby and His Bobcats 1947 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 1944 Decca
The Day You Came Along Bing Crosby 1933 Brunswick
The Dixieland Band Bing Crosby with Bob Haggart and His Orchestra 1950 Decca
The First Snowfall Bing Crosby December 1955 Decca
The Four Winds and the Seven Seas Bing Crosby with Carmen Cavallaro at the Piano June 1949 Decca
The Freedom Train Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1947 Decca
The Girl Friend Bing Crosby and Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1951 Decca
The Japanese Sandman - Young and Healthy Wayne King and His Orchestra - Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians with Bing Crosby 1933 Brunswick
The Lamplighter's Serenade Bing Crosby 1942 Decca
The Meadows of Heaven Bing Crosby with Ken Lane Singers and Victor Young and His Orchestra 1949 Decca
The Moon of Manakoora Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
The Moon Was Yellow (And the Night Was Young) Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra 1934 Decca
The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York) Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Dean Martin October 1963 Reprise Records
The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart) Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1937 Decca
There's a Gold Mine in the Sky Bing Crosby with Eddie Dunstedter at the Organ December 1937 Decca
There's No Business Like Show Business Bing Crosby - Dick Haymes and The Andrews Sisters December 1947 Decca
The Road to Morocco Bing Crosby with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra 1942 Decca
The Secret of Christmas Bing Crosby with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra October 1959 Columbia
The Singing Hills Bing Crosby 1940 Decca
The Sweetest Story Ever Told Bing Crosby with The Song Spinners 1946 Decca
The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1941 Decca
The Things We Did Last Summer Bing Crosby and Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra 1946 Decca
The Touch of Your Lips Bing Crosby April 1936 Decca
The Waiter and the Porter and the Upstairs Maid Bing Crosby with Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra 1941 Decca
They Say It's Wonderful Bing Crosby April 1946 Decca
Too Marvelous for Words Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1937 Decca
Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra September 1944 Decca
Trust Your Destiny to a Star Bing Crosby 1958 Decca
Two Cigarettes in the Dark Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra 1934 Decca
Walking the Floor over You Bing Crosby with Bob Crosby's Bob Cats 1942 Decca
'Way Back Home Bing Crosby with Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians 1949 Decca
Welcome to My Dreams Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1946 Decca
We'll Rest at the End of the Trail Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra 1936 Brunswick
What Do I Care, It's Home! Bing Crosby 1933 Brunswick
What's New Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1939 Decca
What Will I Tell My Heart Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1937 Brunswick
When Day Is Done Bing Crosby with Orch. Accompaniment directed by Victor Young 1941 Decca
When I Lost You Bing Crosby 1940 Decca
When the World Was Young Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra October 1951 Decca
When You Dream About Hawaii Bing Crosby with Lani McIntire and His Hawaiians 1937 Decca
Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day Bing Crosby 1931 Brunswick
Whiffenpoof Song Bing Crosby with Fred Waring and The Glee Club July 1947 Decca
Whistling in the Wildwood Bing Crosby 1939 Decca
White Christmas Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra August 1942 Decca
Why Did I Tell You I Was Going to Shanghai Bing Crosby with orchestra directed by Dave Barbour July 1951 Decca
Without a Word of Warning Bing Crosby - Bing Crosby and The Dorsey Brothers September 1935 Decca
Witte Kerstmis - White Christmas Christoff & Bing Crosby [sampled] 2008 ARS
Y'All Come Bing Crosby December 1953 Decca
Yes Indeed Bing Crosby & Connie Boswell 1941 Decca
You Are My Sunshine Bing Crosby August 1941 Decca
You Belong to My Heart Bing Crosby and Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra May 1945 Decca
You Do Bing Crosby and Carmen Cavallaro August 1947 Decca
You Gotta Show Me Bing Crosby and Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1951 Decca
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby Bing Crosby with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
You're a Sweet Little Headache Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1938 Decca
You're Beautiful Tonight, My Dear Bing Crosby with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians 1933 Brunswick
You're Dangerous Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1941 Decca
You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me Bing Crosby with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians 1933 Brunswick
Yours Is My Heart Alone Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra 1940 Decca
Zing a Little Zong Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman 1952 Decca

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
A Tribute to Duke various artists 1977 Concord Jazz
Bing Crosby's Treasury - The Songs I Love The Longines Symphonette 1966 Longines Symphonette
Carols & Christmas Songs Bryn Terfel November 1, 2010 Deutsche Grammophon
"High Society" - A New High Fidelity Recording from the Sound Track of the MGM Picture various artists June 25, 1956 Capitol Records
I Surrender, Dear Gus Arnheim and His Coconut Grove Orchestra 1931 Victor
Reprise Musical Repertory Theatre Presents "Finian's Rainbow" various artists November 1963 Reprise Records
Reprise Musical Repertory Theatre Presents "Guys and Dolls" various artists November 1963 Reprise Records
Selections from Irving Berlin's White Christmas various artists 1954 Decca
Songs from Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court various artists March 1949 Decca
The Christmas Collection Frank Sinatra 2004 Reprise Records
The Golden Years of Burl Ives - The Wayfaring Stranger Burl Ives March 1, 2005 Jasmine Records
Victor Herbert Melodies Volume 1 various artists 1939 Decca
Weihnachten Helene Fischer & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra November 13, 2015 Polydor

Tributes

Title Performer Release date Label
Bobby Gordon Plays Bing Bobby Gordon May 1997 Arbors Records
I Remember the Bing Herb Jeffries 1978 Dobre Records
Pennies from Heaven - A Special Tribute Howard Crosby 2003 (self-released)
Rosie Sings Bing Rosemary Clooney 1978 Concord Jazz
To Bing - From Mike Michael Holliday with The Norrie Paramor Orchestra and featuring the Michael Sammes Singers 1962 Columbia
Tribute to Bing Crosby Len Wilton and The New Rhythm Boys 1979 SRT Productions

Reported errors

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#38586 Gatalin 2009-01-20 23:20:07 UTC processed 2010-09-28 20:35:33 UTC by wally creek
#42391 Mike Dennis 2011-05-22 13:39:26 UTC processed 2014-11-27 02:41:03 UTC by Limbabwe