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This is volume 4 of Sepia's series examining Bing Crosby recordings in chronological order. Featuring 26 tracks Bing recorded in 1952-1953, the CD contains notes by the International Club Crosby, the official Bing Crosby fan club.

Among the 26 tracks featured here are two songs from Bing's film Just For You - ''On the 10:10 from Ten-Ten-Tennessee'' and ''Zing a Little Zong'', where Bing is joined by Jane Wyman. ''Zing'' was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song of 1952 and spent six weeks in the USA charts peaking at No. 18 and in the UK it did even better, reaching the No. 10 spot. There are duets with Peggy Lee: ''The Moon Came up with a Great Idea Last Night,'' ''The Merry-Go-Run-Around,'' ''Little Jack Frost Get Lost'' and ''Watermelon Weather,'' which charted reaching #28, followed by four more Top 30 songs: ''You Don't Know What Lonesome Is,'' ''Open up Your Heart,'' ''Keep It a Secret'' and ''Hush-A-Bye,'' a track from the 1952 film The Jazz Singer. Bob Hope, The Andrews Sisters, Connee Boswell and Bing Junior, Gary, are heard on the remaining duets.

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This is volume 4 of Sepia's series examining Bing Crosby recordings in chronological order. Featuring 26 tracks Bing recorded in 1952-1953, the CD contains notes by the International Club Crosby, the official Bing Crosby fan club.

Among the 26 tracks featured here are two songs from Bing's film Just For You - ''On the 10:10 from Ten-Ten-Tennessee'' and ''Zing a Little Zong'', where Bing is joined by Jane Wyman. ''Zing'' was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song of 1952 and spent six weeks in the USA charts peaking at No. 18 and in the UK it did even better, reaching the No. 10 spot. There are duets with Peggy Lee: ''The Moon Came up with a Great Idea Last Night,'' ''The Merry-Go-Run-Around,'' ''Little Jack Frost Get Lost'' and ''Watermelon Weather,'' which charted reaching #28, followed by four more Top 30 songs: ''You Don't Know What Lonesome Is,'' ''Open up Your Heart,'' ''Keep It a Secret'' and ''Hush-A-Bye,'' a track from the 1952 film The Jazz Singer. Bob Hope, The Andrews Sisters, Connee Boswell and Bing Junior, Gary, are heard on the remaining duets.

Through The Years, Vol. 4: 1952-1953