Download links and information about Holiday Inn by Bing Crosby. This album was released in 1950 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Reggae, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 32:27 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Reggae, Pop|
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|2.||Be Careful, It's My Heart (featuring John Scott Trotter)||2:45|
|4.||Easter Parade (featuring John Scott Trotter)||2:51|
|5.||Song of Freedom (featuring The Ken Darby Singers, John Scott Trotter)||2:25|
|6.||I Can't Tell a Lie (featuring Fred Astaire, Bob Crosby)||2:43|
|7.||Lazy (featuring Bob Crosby)||2:31|
|8.||I'll Capture Your Heart (featuring Fred Astaire, Bob Crosby)||2:26|
|9.||I've Got Plenty to Be Thankful For (featuring Bob Crosby)||3:00|
|10.||You're Easy to Dance With (featuring Fred Astaire, Bob Crosby)||2:51|
|12.||Let's Start the New Year Off Right||2:34|
The 1942 movie Holiday Inn might’ve been consigned to history as a pleasant but ephemeral trifle except for one thing: “White Christmas.” Bing Crosby’s tender rendition of this nostalgic Irving Berlin tune became an instant seasonal classic. The song is, of course, the pivotal number on the film’s soundtrack, an alternately blithe and sentimental affair featuring the vocals of Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds as well as Der Bingle. The rest of its Berlin-penned songs serve to advance the story of two footloose entertainers (Crosby and Astaire) attempting to transform a New England farm into a hotel. Holiday-themed ditties range from the old-timey “Easter Parade” to the romantic “You’re Easy To Dance With.” and the zestful “Let’s Start the New Year Off Right.” Those in the mood for Crosby’s inimitable crooning will enjoy “Be Careful, It’s My Heart.” Another standout is “I’ll Capture Your Heart,” a playful Bing and Fred team-up for the ages. Though “White Christmas” overshadows everything else here, Holiday Inn contains enough musical bon-bons and creamy love tunes to commend it to the listener.