The Perfect Foyle

The Perfect Foyle

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Music Inspired By Foyle's War.  In the eighth series of 'Foyles War' the war is over. The years 1946 and 1947 see Britain enter the Cold War. Our unique 2 CD collection features the most popular hit songs, many of which were million sellers, plus the famous radio signature tunes of the time.

Cat. no.: GLMY73

Barcode: 5060088441190

Foyle’s War’ is one of the most popular series on British TV. Its eponymous hero (played by Michael Kitchen) is Chief Superintendent Foyle whose task is to catch criminals who are taking advantage of the confusion that the war has created.  In the eighth series the war is over and the years 1946 and 1947 - the period in which the series is set - present Britain as now a part of the cold war.  For our special collection, we are featuring the most popular songs from 1946 and 1947

Tracking List


I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Perry Como
Nancy (with the Laughing Face) Frank Sinatra
Doin' What Comes Naturally, from 'Annie Get Your Gun' Ethel Merman
The Gypsy The Ink Spots
Ballerina Vaughan Monroe & his Orch vocal: Vaughan Monroe
On the Atchison, Topeka & the Santa Fe Judy Garland
It Might As Well Be Spring, from 'State Fair' Dick Haymes
You Always Hurt the One You Love The Mills Brothers
Laughing on the Outside (Crying on the Inside) Issy Bonn
I Can't Begin to Tell You Bing Crosby
People Will Say We're in Love, from 'Oklahoma!' Alfred Drake & Joan Roberts
April Showers from 'The Jolson Story' Al Jolson
Open the Door, Richard Ted Heath & his Orch vocals: Paul Carpenter & Dave Wilkins
You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart) Doris Day
Now is the Hour Gracie Fields
Symphony Freddy Martin & his Orch vocal: Clyde Rogers
Near You Francis Craig & his Orch vocal: Bob Lamm
Peg o' My Heart The Harmonicats
South America, Take It Away Edmundo Ros & his Orch
One Meat Ball Nat Gonella & his New Georgians
(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons Dorothy Squires
Golden Earrings Peggy Lee
This Is My Lovely Day, from 'Bless the Bride' Georges Guetary & Lizbeth Webb
La Mer Charles Trenet
Hear My Song, Violetta Josef Locke
In  Party Mood West End Celebrity Orch conducted by Louis Voss
With a Song in My Heart Andre Kostelanetz & his Orch
(By the) Sleepy Lagoon Eric Coates & his Symphony Orch
Horseguards - Whitehall (from 'London Landmarks' Suite) Orchestre Raymonde conducted by Robert Preston
Coronation Scot Queen's Hall Light Orchestra conducted by Sidney Torch
Devil's Galop Charles Williams & his Concert Orch
Imperial Echoes Welsh Guards Band conducted by F L Statham
Roses from the South Albert Sandler & his Palm Court Orch
Oranges and Lemons BBC Theatre Orch conducted by Harold Lowe
Calling All Workers Eric Coates & his Symphony Orch
Knightsbridge - March Eric Coates & his Symphony Orch
Melody on the Move Queens Hall Light Orchestra conducted by Charles Williams
The Dream of Olwen Charles Williams & his Concert Orch
Journey into Melody Queen's Hall Light Orchestra conducted by Robert Farnon
Horse Feathers Queen's Hall Light Orchestra conducted by Sidney Torch
Winter Sunshine Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino
Sapphires and Sables Peter Yorke & his Concert Orchestra
Runaway Rocking Horse Queen's Hall Light Orchestra conducted by Charles Williams
All Strings and Fancy Free Sidney Torch & his Orch
Dancer at the Fair Charles Shadwell & his Orch
Theatreland New Concert Orch conducted by Jay Wilbur
The Green Cockatoo Mantovani & his Orch
Fiddle Faddle Kingsway Symphony Orch conducted by Tutti Camarata
Changing Moods No 2 New Century Orch conducted by Sidney Torch
State Occasion Queen's Hall Kight Orchestra conducted by Robert Farnon

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