Ev'ry Day of My Life. Far Away Places. Ferry Boat Serenade. Fools Rush In. Bob Crosby and His Orchestra. For Me and My Gal. Margaret O'Connell. For the Good Times. Four Walls. Good Night. Goodnight Children Everywhere. Vera Lynn with Arthur Young. Goodnight, Children, Everywhere. Ambrose and His Orchestra, Vera Lynn. Goodnight My Love. Harbour Lights. Roy Fox and His Orchestra. Hello, Young Lovers. Gertrude Lawrence. Home Sweet Home.
Vera Lynn accompanied by Mantovani and His Orchestra. If You Go. Edith Piaf Covered by 12 artists. If You Love Me. Edith Piaf Covered by 64 artists. I'll Always Be in Love with You. Al Campbell and Henry Burr. I'll Paint You a Song. I'll Remember April. Woody Herman and His Orchestra.
I'll Walk Beside You. Vera Lynn accompanied by Jay Wilbur's Serenaders. I Love You Truly. Elsie Baker with Orchestra. I'm Beginning to See the Light. Harry James and His Orchestra. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles. In the Blue Canadian Rockies. In the Snow. Jimmie Rodgers [US2]. During the Phoney War , the Daily Express asked British servicemen to name their favourite musical performers: Vera Lynn came out on top and as a result became known as "the Forces' Sweetheart".
In , during the darkest days of the Second World War, Lynn began her own radio programme, Sincerely Yours , sending messages to British troops serving abroad. Lynn also visited hospitals to interview new mothers and send personal messages to their husbands overseas. Contrary to later reports, she neither sang nor recorded " Rose of England " during this time and it was only in when her producer, David Gooch, selected it for her album More Hits of the Blitz that she became familiar with it.
The album itself was a follow-up to Hits of the Blitz produced by Norman Newell. In March she went to Shamshernagar airfield in Bengal to entertain the troops before the Battle of Kohima. Her host and lifelong friend Captain Bernard Holden recalled "her courage and her contribution to morale". Lynn's " Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart " in became the first record by a British performer to top the charts in the United States,  remaining there for nine weeks.
Her popularity continued in the s, peaking with " My Son, My Son ", a number-one hit in  which she co-wrote with Gordon Melville Rees. The Royal Variety Performance included appearances by Vera Lynn on four occasions: , , and In , Lynn received a special "Spirit of the 20th Century" Award.
The film Dr. She is seen laughing with British soldiers and signing autographs, surrounded by an admiring crowd. The Wall Live — One of two new boats for the Woolwich Ferry service, which were delivered via Tilbury in autumn , was named Dame Vera Lynn in her honour. A "Vera Lynn" is Cockney rhyming slang for a "skin" cigarette paper. In Lynn joined a PETA campaign against pigeon racing , stating that the sport is "utterly cruel". This is stated to have been her last known public performance,  although she sang again on the evening of the same day in the public concert in Hyde Park.
In her speech Lynn said: "These boys gave their lives and some came home badly injured, and for some families life would never be the same. We should always remember, we should never forget, and we should teach the children to remember. Lynn published her autobiography, Some Sunny Day , in Her lawyer claimed the album seemed to link Lynn, who does not align with any political party, to the party's views by association.
In September , at the age of 92, Lynn became the oldest living artist to make it to number 1 in the British album chart. In August Lynn was one of public figures who were signatories to a letter to The Guardian opposing Scottish independence in the run-up to September's referendum on that issue.
In January a new painted portrait of Lynn was unveiled at the Royal Albert Hall in connection with the 75th anniversary of the peace in The painting will be on permanent display at the venue where Lynn performed 52 times from to Jenkins: How the Welsh opera diva Katherine swapped designer dresses for desert camouflage".
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Cha Cha Cha Beatles. Compilations See All. Piano Cocktail Original Soundtrack. First called "Little Teddy" in honor of his father and grandfather, with whom he shared the same name, Osborne requested that people address him as "Tony" by the time he entered the Royal Air Force in During World War II he served in Cairo and the Middle East, playing the trumpet on social occasions and emerging as a gifted horn player by the time the war ended.
Osborne returned to civilian life to pursue a career as a professional musician, signing on as a trumpeter and relief pianist with bandleader Cyril Stapleton -- stints behind Frank Weir , Carroll Gibbons , and Ambrose followed, and he also played with the BBC Orchestra on the hit comedy series The Goon Show and Take It from Here.
In , he arranged Gracie Fields ' final hit "Around the World," and in he collaborated with American pop star Connie Francis on the million-selling "Mama.
Osborne is nevertheless best remembered for his efforts with notoriously prickly divas like Eartha Kitt and Shirley Bassey.Jul 23, · Een optreden van Annet Lammers samen met het orkest op Veluwe aMu-zant