We'll Meet Again

A musical tribute to the wartime years

We'll Meet Again

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A 22 track musical tribute to the war years performed by the original artists. 

1 CD.

Over 1 hour playing time.

All tracks restored and digitally re-mastered

  • Type: Single
  • Availability: Medium
Price: £ 7.99

A 22 track musical tribute to the war years performed by the original artists. 1 CD. Over 1 hour playing time. All tracks restored and digitally re-mastered

The most tuneful and memorable songs of the wartime era, performed by the biggest names, bands and stars of the 1940s! WE’LL MEET AGAIN features an incomparable 22-track collection of nostalgia-soaked songs, wartime speeches and public service broadcasts, conjuring the atmosphere of the months and the years of wartime struggle whilst offering a valuable insight into the life and times of our Nation's greatest triumph.

Price: £ 7.99

1. Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again

2. The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill - Churchill Wartime Speech

3. Gracie Fields - Wish Me Luck (As You Wave Me Goodbye)

4. Flanagan and Allen - (We're Gonna Hang Out) The Washing On The Siegfried Line

5. Spike Jones and his City Slickers - Der Führer's Face

6. Arthur Askey - The Thing-Ummy-Bob

7. Noël Coward - London Pride

8. Vera Lynn - A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

9. Harry James and his Orchestra - Sleepy Lagoon

10. Bing Crosby - Somebody Loves Me

11. The Ink Spots - Maybe

12. Glenn Miller and his Orchestra - American Patrol

13. Glenn Miller and his Orchestra, Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and the Modernaires - Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)

14. The Andrews Sisters - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

15. Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters - Don't Fence Me In

16. Doris Day & Les Brown Orchestra - Sentimental Journey

17. Judy Garland - I'm Nobody's Baby

18. Anne Shelton - Lili Marlene

19. Vera Lynn - The White Cliffs Of Dover

20. The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill - Churchill Wartime Speech

21. Air Battle Over the English Channel (BBC Broadcast, 14th July 1940)

22. Air Battle Over the English Channel (BBC Broadcast, 14th July 1940)