Bing and Maurice Chevalier perform “Pigalle” and “Alouette” together…in French!
Bing with Pearl Bailey, Andy Williams and Louis Armstrong in a little medley called: “I Don’t Want To Sing That Song” as a parody of their various theme songs. This marks the last time Bing and Louis Armstrong performed together.
Bing’s only performance of the Simon & Garfunkel hit, “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”
Bing and Perry Como perform a ‘lazy’ medley of “Lazy,” “Gone Fishin,” “Lazy Afternoon,” and “Hoop-de-doo.”
Bing performs Johnny Burke’s great classic “Pennies From Heaven”
Bing performs “Silent Night,” making his television debut in a filmed epilogue to a live presentation of “A Christmas Carol by Dickens.”
A musical number performed by Bing & Kathryn from his television special, “Bing Crosby and the Sounds of Christmas.”
Bing performs his legendary Christmas classic “White Christmas.”
A clip from the Danny Thomas Television special “The Road To Lebanon.” Bing and Danny perform “Together, Wherever We Go!”
Enjoy this extra scene from the 2009 release of The Legendary Bing Crosby special featuring Leonard Maltin, WITH Bing and Maurice Chevalier performing for The Bing Crosby Show on March 20th, 1961.
The CD release of Le Bing: Song Hits of Paris – 60th Anniversary Deluxe Edition will be the first-ever reissue of Bing Crosby’s first LP. The original 1953 release, recorded in Paris with Bing singing in French, was an eight song, 10″ album and one of the first concept albums ever made. Bing’s French language recordings include “La Vie En Rose” and “Madamoiselle de Paris.” The anniversary edition expands Le Bing to 23 tracks – 15 never before released –– including rare studio outtakes, and several English language bonus tracks, including a pair of Cole Porter favorites, “I Love Paris” and “Allez Vous En (Go Away).”
This title is now available: http://smarturl.it/LeBingParis