Bob Chester's Orchestra - I can't believe you're in love with me - Bluebird - B-11332 - B

Bob Chester's Orchestra - I can't believe you're in love with me - Bluebird - B-11332 - B

Vocal: Bob Haymes

1940 Bob Chester - Maybe (Dolores O’Neill, vocal)

1940 Bob Chester - Maybe (Dolores O’Neill, vocal)

A pretty Miller-esque arrangement of the 1940 Ink Spots hit. Original 78rpm courtesy of The Rick Colom Collection: Bluebird B-10752 - Maybe (Flynn-Madden) by Bob Chester & his Orchestra, vocal by Dolores O’Neill, recorded in NYC May 17, 1940 Check out the daily music posts on my Facebook group: 1950s HITS--EVERY DAY! https://www.facebook.com/groups/824194430969202/ MusicProf78 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Musicprof78/689903871053047

"The Fattest Man In Town" - Bob Chester & His Orchestra (early-1940's)

"The Fattest Man In Town" - Bob Chester & His Orchestra  (early-1940's)

A classic 1940's Christmas composition

16mm 'soundie' "B - I - BI" US 1941 Bob Chester & his Orchestra

16mm 'soundie' "B - I - BI" US 1941 Bob Chester & his Orchestra

Here is another of the 16mm musical shorts used in the 1940s American Panoram film juke-boxes known as 'soundies' This item features Bob Chester & his Orchestra playing "B - I - Bi". with singers Betty Bradley and Bob Haymes. (I make no money from these uploads but the music copyright holders add adverts!)

Dick Haymes, Betty Grable--The More I See You, 1972 TV

Dick Haymes, Betty Grable--The More I See You, 1972 TV

Dick Haymes sings "The More I See You" to Betty Grable, with whom he originally introduced it in the 1945 film "Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe," in this rare TV performance from 1972.

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