Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic  is an album recorded and released in 1964 by American singer America, I Hear You Singing Frank Sinatra with Bing Crosby and Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians. The album is a collection of  patriotic songs, recorded as a tribute to the assassinated president John F. Kennedy. The artists would collaborate again for the album , released later the same year.
12 Songs of Christmas
The album received its first release on CD in 2010. The tracks featuring Frank Sinatra were included on the 1995 box set
The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings
Reception [ edit ]
A critic at
magazine liked the album, commenting, "This is an impressive gathering of top names for a patriotic paean in a swinging format. Backed by Fred Waring's orchestra and chorus, Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra singly and in tandem deliver a fine collection of flag-wavers." Variety
Track listing [ edit ]
All tracks feature
Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians.
1. "You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith" Francis Burke, Hughie Prince, Don Raye Frank Sinatra, arr. Reynolds/Halloran 3:46 2. "A Home in the Meadow" Robert Emmett Dolan, Sammy Cahn Bing Crosby, arr. Hawley Ades 2:50 3. "Early American" Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen Frank Sinatra, arr. Nelson Riddle 3:34 4. "You Never Had It So Good" Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen Crosby, Sinatra, arr. Reynolds/Halloran 3:01 5. "Let Us Break Bread Together" Traditional Crosby, Sinatra, arr. Roy Ringwald 3:39 6. " The Stars and Stripes Forever" John Philip Sousa arr. Harry Simeone 2:52
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