41 Original Hits from the Soundtrack of American Graffiti is the official 1973 soundtrack album of the film American Graffiti. It has been certified triple platinum in the . where it peaked at on the Billboard 200 album chart. Included in the film, but not on the soundtrack, are "Gee" by The Crows, "Louie Louie" by Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids, and Harrison Ford's in-character a cappella rendition of "Some Enchanted Evening".
The album starts with The Andrews Sisters singing very sweetly on "Rum And Coca Cola. Rum And Coca Cola" was a huge hit for The Andrews Sisters and just one listen will tell you why. The sisters harmonize to perfection and they never miss a beat even when there are challenging tempo and key changes. The album takes a turn for another direction when Spike Jones & His City Slickers perform "Chloe (Song Of The Swamp). Whereas the first volume included three re-makes of original hits, this one includes all original renditions. The sub-titles are "Homecoming" and "It's Been A Long, Long Time" and, as indicated in the one-page liner notes, "the popular music of the time. buoyed us up, cheered and charged us with its spirited optimistic sentiments.
A new version of Last. 1000 Hits of the Forties, Vol. 21. Overview.
Hollywood's Best: The Forties. The Turner Entertainment C. s control of the MGM film library makes possible this compilation, a co-production of Turner Classic Movies Music and Rhino Movie Music, of performances taken from motion picture soundtracks of the 1940s. Eleven of the selections were heard in MGM films, with four from Warner Bros. and one, Fred Astaire's rendition of "One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)," from RKO's The Sky's the Limit (1943)
Various Artists 01-01-2000. Lama waktu total :1 h 53 min. 01. It Can't Be Wrong. Ambrose & His Orchestra. Hits Of The Forties, Vol. 2. 03:07. 02. I've Heard That Song Before. Squadronaires Dance Orchestra. 02:45. 03. This Is No Laughing Matter. Oscar Rabin And His Band. 03:10. 03:14. 05. I Didn't Know About You. Frank Weir & His Astor Club Seven. 03:19. 06. The Hut-Sut Song. Lew Stone & His Band
|–Woody Herman And His Orchestra||The Golden Wedding (La Cinquantaine)|
|–The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra||Green Eyes (Aquellos Ojos Verdes)|
|–The Merry Macs||Jingle Jangle Jingle|
|–Judy Garland||The Trolley Song|
|–The Mills Brothers||You Always Hurt The One You Love|
|–Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters||Don't Fence Me In|
|–Eddie Heywood||Begin The Beguine|
|–The Ink Spots||The Gypsy|
|–Hoagy Carmichael||Ole Buttermilk Sky|
|–The Andrews Sisters||Rumors Are Flying|
|–The Ink Spots||To Each His Own|
|–The Mills Brothers||Across The Alley From The Alamo|
|DL 4007||Various||The Original Hit Performances The Forties (LP)||Decca||DL 4007||US||1960|
|DL 4007||Various||(The Original Hit Performances) The Forties (LP, Promo)||Decca||DL 4007||US||Unknown|