Some Fine Old Chestnuts


Some Fine Old Chestnuts

Infobox Album | Name = Some Fine Old Chestnuts
Type = Album
Artist = Bing Crosby


Released = 1953
Recorded = June 26th, 1953 [
Genre = Vocal
Length = ~~:~~
Label = Decca
Producer = Buddy Cole
Reviews =
* " [http://community.mcckc.edu/crosby/albums.htm Internet Museum] Grade: B+
Last album = ""
(1953)
This album = "Some Fine Old Chestnuts"
(1953)
Next album = "White Christmas soundtrack"
(1956)

"Some Fine Old Chestnuts" was Bing Crosby's second Decca long play album, recorded and originally released in 1953.

Some Fine Old Chestnuts is done in collaboration with Crosby's pianist, Buddy Cole, and is an album of Standards.

Track listing

Personnel

* Bing Crosby - Vocals
* Buddy Cole - Arranger, Conductor


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