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This unique two-fold greeting card features fabulous iconic imagery along with news headlines which will undoubtedly bring back many memories of 1937. The CDCard includes a 20-track compact disc that features an all new music selection with many of the top artists and biggest hits of the Year. An ideal card and gift in one for birthdays, anniversaries or any Special day.
1. Fred Astaire - Let´s Call The Whole Thing Off.
2. Benny Goodman - Sugarfoot Stomp.
3. Fats Waller - The Joint Is Jumpin´.
4. Billie Holiday - They Can´t Take That Away From Me.
5. Harry James - Life Goes To A Party.
6. Robert Johnson - Crossroad Blues.
7. The Milt Herth Trio - The Dipsy Doodle.
8. Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy - Will You Remember?.
9. Fletcher Henderson - Rose Romp.
10. Duke Ellington - Back Room Romp.
11. The Raymond Scott Quintet - The Toy Trumpet.
12. Lionel Hampton - Whoa Babe.
13. New Orleans Feetwarmers - Shag.
14. Slim & Slam - The Flat Foot Floogie.
15. Coleman Hawkins - Crazy Rhythm.
16. Teddy Wilson & Benny Goodman - Where Or When.
17. Mildred Bailey & Her Orchestra - Where Are You?.
18. Bunny Berigan - Blues.
19. Robert Johnson - Me And The Devil Blues.
20. Tommy Dorsey - Song Of India.