They Say It’s Wonderful (Berlin) by Frank Sinatra, orchestra conducted by Axel Stordahl

This and the also-posted Perry Como version were the most successful recordings of Irving Berlin’s “Annie Get Your Gun” ballad. Frank reached #8 on the best-seller charts. Other Sinatra hits in this 1946 collection: “Five Minutes More” “Day By Day” “The Coffee Song” “Oh! What It Seemed To Be” “The Girl That I Marry” and “The Things We Did Last Summer.”

THE 1946 HITS ARCHIVE - a collection of commercial recordings and songs that proved popular during the calendar year 1946 (some were recorded in 1945) via sales, sheet music, radio exposure, and juke box play.…plus some others that have gained increased recognition or have been shown to have had an impact during the decades that followed.

Jazz / Pop / Stage & Screen / Vocal / Soundtrack / Easy Listening

Piero Piccioni
La Decima Vittima (Original Soundtrack)

Ennio Morricone
Musique Du Film Theoreme

G.Rag Y Los Hermanos Patchekos
Musik Für München 7

Nico Fidenco
La Ragazzina - Colonna Sonora Originale

Eartha Kitt
The Art Of Love / Nikki

Andy Williams
Eri Un'Abitudine (Can't Get Used To Losing You)

Jane Powell
I Have You To Thank

Nico Dei Gabbiani
Cento Campane (Originalinnspillingen Fra TV-Serien «Det Magiske Tegnet»)

Shirley Bassey
Una Cascata Di Diamanti (Tema Dal Film)

Henry Mancini
Gaily, Gaily (The Original Motion Picture Score)

Bruno Nicolai
Femmine Insaziabili (Original Soundtrack)

Jean Yanne
Bande Originale Du Film Chobizenesse