Fourth Marines Band: "Last China Band"
 

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Sing Sing Sing Benny Goodman

 

In the Mood Glenn Miller

 

Opus One Tommy Dorsey

 

In the Blue of Evening Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra, vocal

 

It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) Duke Ellington

 

Star Dust Artie Shaw

 

Perdido Street Blues Louis Armstrong

 

My Sweet Hunk O' Trash Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday

 

Ko Ko Charlie Parker

 

Night and Day Stan Getz

 

Brother, Can You Spare A Dime Bing Crosby

 
The Swing Era
  
Music and photos from the Fourth Marines Band Last China Band and Swing Era 52nd Street New York
52nd Street, New York 1948
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Benny Goodman
Benny Goodman Featuring Gene Krupa, Drums
Glenn Miller
Glenn Miller Band World War II
Glenn Miller and Dinah Shore in England September1944
Glenn Miller and Dinah Shore
in England September 1944
Dinah Shore in France August 1944
Dinah Shore in France August 1944
Duke Ellington
Tommy Dorsey With Frank Sinatra
Tommy Dorsey Band 1941 Featuring Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford, Vocals, Buddy Rich, Drums
Tommy Dorsey Band 1941 Featuring
Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford, Vocals
Buddy Rich, Drums
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Jo Stafford
Jo Stafford
Jo Stafford
Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday
Artie Shaw
Charlie Parker Stan Getz
Bing Crosby
 
Multimedia history of the United States Marine Corps Fourth Regiment Band, The Last China Band, in World War II at Beijing, Shanghai, Corregidor, Japan
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80 Years Since Attack on Pearl Harbor
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