Bing Crosby was, and still is, one of America's most popular singers. His voice is still heard everyday around the world. He recorded an estimated 17,000 songs, most for Decca records, who luck it was to hold his recording contract from 1934 -55. Yet many of Bing's most enjoyable performances were done on radio and were relatively unavailable to the general public until now. Radio allowed Bing to be intimate and give a subtle delivery of a song as if he were singing it "just for you." It allowed for witty repartee with the cast and guests, too, and Bing's sly wordplay and perfect timing with an offhand line is usually overlooked as one of his stellar traits. Of course, aided and abetted by Bob Hope the two were a duo unstoppable and unstoppable in movies. But from 1931 until 1962, Bing was the star of radio. 365 old time radio show recordings (total playtime 128 hours, 17 min).Mobile devices 50 episodes$1.49 or access to mobile plus a zip file $4.49 containing all episode, Zip sent in separate email.
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Yes. Tap on the download icon next to an audio track will download the track to your phone. Simply download the audios when you have wifi and you can listen to them anywhere you go.