America's Greatest Hits 1940: The First Chart Year

Ray Eberle

Ray Eberle
Raymond "Ray" Eberle (born January 19, 1919, Hoosick Falls, New York — died August 25, 1979, Douglasville, Georgia) was a vocalist during the Big Band Era. Eberle sang with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. more »
11I'll Never Smile Again3:11 
12The Breeze and I2:58 
15Fools Rush In2:34 
16Where Was I?3:19 
17Pennsylvania 6-50003:14 
19Sierra Sue3:01 
110Make Believe Island3:12 
111The Nearness of You3:14 
112When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano3:00 
113Make Believe Island3:13 
115I'm Nobody's Baby2:55 
116Blueberry Hill2:55 
117Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga2:59 
118God Bless America2:47 
119When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano2:45 
122Trade Winds3:16 
123Trade Winds2:58 
124Only Forever3:09 
225Beat Me Daddy (Eight to the Bar), Pt. 15:08 
227Whispering Grass (Don't Tell the Trees)2:44 
228Practice Makes Perfect3:15 
229We Three3:22 
230Only Forever3:00 
231Pompton Turnpike3:00 
232Ferry-Boat Serenade3:04 
233Our Love Affair3:02 
234Our Love Affair2:36 
235The Call of the Canyon3:23 
236Down Argentina Way3:12 
237We Three3:05 
238A Handful of Stars3:18 
239Scrub Me Mama With a Boogie Beat3:08 
240Ferry Boat Serenade (La Piccinina)3:04 
241Down Argentina Way2:32 
242A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square3:43 
243Down the Road a Piece3:07 
244There I Go2:50 
245There I Go3:07 
246Star Dust3:14 
247Five O'Clock Whistle3:08 

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