From the often rated 'best' of all time Sinatra LPs, Songs for Swinging Lovers from 1956 with Nelson Riddle conducting - here's Frank singing 'I've Got You Under My Skin' - The song would become one of his signature tunes.
OK, it is a radio recording, but it's what our heroes and heroines were listening to.
Artist - Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra, Bing Crosby From the Broadway show 'Whoopee' 1928 Making: Edit: - lyrics - Everytime I hear that ma.
"Swing Along With Al Martino" World Record Club TP 224 UK Issue Swin' Gentleman.
Makin' Whoopee feat. Cigarbox Annie - Sydney - Eventfinder
This is exemplary for the notorious Charlie recordings from WWII, when the nazi propaganda was trying to subvert the stamina of their enimies.
Makin' Whoopee by B A Rolfe and his Orchestra, 1928
Fabulous Bridges Boys Make "Baker" Compelling - Phoenix Genesis
"Makin' Whoopee" George Olsen & his Music 1928
Sometimes I'm Happy If I Should Lose You Summertime Good for Nothin' Joe Day In, Day Out 'Round Midnight (Instrumental) He Needs Me M.
Susie Diamond & The Fabulous Baker Boys
The Christmas Song (Second Version) - Ella Fitzgerald Jazz Collection - (Remastered High Quality )
"Makin' Whoopee" - Additional Lyrics
Dinah Washington singing 'What a Difference a Day Makes' and 'Making Whoopee' with the Louis Jordan Band in The TV segment is announced by Louis and 'Ronnie' Reagan.
Song Makin' Whoopee by Walter Donaldson & Gus song lyric for vocal performance plus accompaniment chords for Ukulele, Guitar, Banjo etc.