I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles (Kenbrovin-Kellette) by Gordon Jenkins and Artie Shaw, with the Jenkins Orchestra & Chorus

With his active swing-band-leading years behind him, Artie Shaw spent some time at Decca recording a variety of things, including such supporting roles as his participation on Dick Haymes hit “Count Every Star” (also posted) and this easy-listening Gordon Jenkins update of a song dating back to the year 1919.

THE 1950 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of original-release-version best-sellers and songs that made an impact that were either released or enjoyed a major chunk of their popularity within the calendar year 1950 (some were recorded in 1949).


Jazz / Pop / Swing / Big Band / Vocal

Mel Tormé
Together Again - For The First Time

Ray Anthony & His Orchestra
Recorded Live In Las Vegas

Ann Richards
I'm Shooting High

The Andrews Sisters
Original Favorites

Kelly Clarkson
Wrapped In Red

Harry Connick, Jr.
We Are In Love

Spike Jones And His City Slickers
The Charleston / Doin' The New Raccoon

Kay Starr
The Hits Of Kay Starr

Robbie Williams
I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen / Mr. Bojangles

Sammy Davis Jr.
Featuring Sammy Davis Jr.

The Four Freshmen
The Swingers

The Rat Pack
The Best Of The Ratpack