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Natalie’s songtrack…


Natalie, like most people in the pre and post WWII era, grew up listening to radio broadcasts as a primary source of entertainment. The following is a song list for the two-volume novel, Natalie, A New England girl with Cowboy Dreams and Natalie's Cowboy Dreams with a Tropical Twist from 1943 - 1964






Vol. 1

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09HG2FCPB

Vol. 2

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09HG7G73F

On Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/track/5X0M16GjlZYN1WjPNzerb5?si=3CWJvLkQReOTJFHlCOvJGQ

On YouTube:

“You're the Rainbow” - Dorothy Lamour and Dick Powell

https://youtu.be/EfoPfNOXPY4

“You're the Rainbow” - Dorothy Lamour and Dick Powell

“As Time Goes By” - Dooley Wilson

“Stardust” - Frank Sinatra

“Why Don't You Do Right” - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

When the Lights Go on Again All over the World” - Vaughn Monroe and his orchestra

“Don't Get Around Much Anymore” - Ink Spots

“The Sunny Side of the Street” - Dorothy Fields

“Moonlight Bay”

“It Had to Be You” - Gus Kahn and Islam Jones

“I Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle Jingle” - Kay Kyser

"There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder" - Tex Ritter

“Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”- Andrews Sisters

Harry James

Tommy Dorsey

Mills Brothers

Lena Horne

Glen Miller

“Accent-Tchu-ate the Positive” - Bing Crosby

“My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time” - Doris Day/Les Brown and his orchestra

“Accent-Tchu-ate the Positive” - Johnny Mercer

“Dream” - Frank Sinatra

“Rum and Coca Cola” - Andrews Sisters

“Till The End Of Time” - Perry Como

“On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe” - Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers

“Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive” - Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters

“Sentimental Journey” - Les Brown

“Laura” - Woody Herman and his orchestra

“I'm Beginning to See the Light” - Ella Fitzgerald/Ink Spots

“Straighten Up and Fly Right” - Nat King Cole

“‘Ol Man River” - Frank Sinatra

“The House I Live In” - Frank Sinatra

“Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t Ma’ Baby” - Louis Jordan

“G. I. Jive” - Louis Jordan

“Smoke on the Water” - Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

“New San Antonio Rose” - Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

“Silver Dew on the Blue Grass Tonight” - Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

“You’ll Never Walk Alone” - Frank Sinatra

“White Christmas” - Bing Crosby

“Jump Sauce” - Harry James

“It Might As Well Be Spring”

“Eleven Sixty P.M.”

“It's The Talk Of The Town”

“June Is Busting Out All Over”

“There Must Be A Way”

“Friar Rock”

“Nine Twenty Special”

“Where Or When”

“I'm In Love With Two Sweethearts”

“Besame Mucho”

“Love Walked In”

“Honeysuckle Rose” - Harry James

“Woodchopper’s Ball” - Woody Herman

“Fan It” - Woody Herman

“I’m a Big Girl Now” - Nancy Norman with the Sammy Kaye Orchestra

“Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette” - Tex Williams

“Across The Alley From The Alamo” - Mills Brothers

“Cool Water” - Sons of the Pioneers

“I’ll Hold You in My Heart” - Eddy Arnold

“Honky Tonkin’” - Hank Williams

“Love Somebody” - Doris Day and Buddy Clark

“I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover” - Art Mooney delivered

“Toolie Oolie Doolie” - Andrews Sisters.

“Woody Woodpecker” - Sportsmen and Mel Blanc

"All I Want for Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth)" - Spike Jones and His Orchestra

“Christmas Carols by the Old Corral" - Tex Ritter

“The Christmas Song” - King Cole Trio

“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” - Judy Garland

“I’ll Be Home For Christmas” - Bing Crosby

“Here Comes Santa Claus, Down Santa Claus Lane” - Gene Autry

"Buttons and Bows" - Dinah Shore

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“Ghost Riders in the Sky” - Vaughn Monroe

“Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer” - Gene Autry

"Mona Lisa" - Nat King Cole

"Your Cheatin' Heart" - Hank Williams

“Back Street Affair” - Webb Pierce

"Paying For That Back Street Affair” - Kitty Wells

“The Cattle Call” - Eddie Arnold

“Sixteen Tons” - Tennessee Ernie Ford

“The Ballad of Davy Crocket” - Tennessee Ernie Ford

“A Blossom Fell” - Nat King Cole

“Learnin' The Blues” - Frank Sinatra

”Here Today Gone Tomorrow” - The Browns

”Hound Dog” - Elvis Presley

”Heartbreak Hotel” - Elvis Presley

“Que, Sera, Sera” - Doris Day

”You Don’t Know Me” - Eddy Arnold

”Wasted Words” - Ray Price

”I Walk the Line” - Johnny Cash

”Blueberry Hill” - Fats Domino

”The Great Pretender” - The Platters


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