Vera Lynn Remembers
The Songs That Won World War 2
EMI 829232-2
Original recording remastered
31 May 1994
  1 Yours 3:18
  2 Medley: Who's Taking You Home Tonight / Wishing / Wish Me Luck 3:33
  3 Somewhere In France With You 3:38
  4 Medley: The Last Time I Saw Paris / Arm In Arm / I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time 4:02
  5 Medley: A Pair Of Silver Wings / Silver Wings In The Moonlight / Comin' In On A Wing And A Pray'R 5:35
  6 London Pride 4:07
  7 A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square 3:55
  8 White Cliffs Of Dover 3:03
  9 Medley: If I Only Had Wings / The Badge From Your Coat / Roll Out The Barrel 3:24
10 I'll Be Seeing You 3:53
11 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 2:43
12 Room Five-Hundred-And-Four 4:29
13 That Lovely Weekend 2:53
14 Besame Mucho (Kiss Me) 2:41
15 There'll Always Be An England 3:00
16 You'll Never Know 3:24
17 It Had To Be You 2:48
18 Lili Marlene 2:50
19 Medley: Be Like The Kettle And Sing / There's A New World Over The Skyline 2:14
20 As Time Goes By 3:22
21 Medley: When The Lights Go On Again / I'll Pray For You / We'll Meet Again 5:00
22 Land Of Hope And Glory (Adapted From 'Pomp & Circumstance' No 1) 2:56

 

Many years after the close of World War II, Vera Lynn was still singing the songs remembered by countless British servicemen and women as well as anyone else who had heard her radio program Sincerely Yours.
Her voice is as clear and compassionate as ever while singing the ballads "The White Cliffs of Dover," "Yours," "There'll Always Be an England," and a medley of "When the Lights Go On Again All Over the World," "I'll Pray for You," and "We'll Meet Again."
She also finds time for a few exotic specialties including "Besame Mucho" and "Lili Marlene." Unfortunately, the disc is of uncertain recording vintage, although it's most likely the '60s or later.

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