Blue Star (song)
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"Blue Star" is a popular song.
The theme music of the television series, Medic, was written by Victor Young and copyright on February 17, 1955 under the title "The Medic Theme." A set of lyrics were written by Edward Heyman (who had a history of collaborating with Young) and with those lyrics and under the new title "Blue Star," a new copyright was issued on May 5, 1955.
- Eve Boswell With Glen Somers And His Orchestra, Parlophone, (1955)
- Ron Godwin & His Orchestra on Orchestra De Luxe Parlophone (1955)
- Jan Peerce with Hugo Winterhalter And His Orchestra*, RCA Victor, (1955)
- Felicia Sanders with Norman Leyden Orchestra, Columbia Records, (1955)
- Cyril Stapleton & His Orchestra with Julie Dawn, (1955) with the B-side being "Honey-Babe".
- Rudi Wairata and his Amboina Serenaders recorded as "Bintang Malam" on Amboina, CID/RCA Records, (1955)
- Bing Crosby recorded the song in 1955 for use on his radio show and it was subsequently included in the box set The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings (1954-56) issued by Mosaic Records (catalog MD7-245) in 2009.
- Stanley Black on Plays For Latin Lovers, Decca Records, (1957)
- Earl Grant on The Versatile Earl Grant, Decca Records, (1958)
- Mantovani and His Orchestra, on Songs To Remember, London Records, (1959)
- Linda Scott on Starlight, Starbright, Canadian-American, (1961)
- The Shadows on The Shadows, Columbia Records, (1961)
- George Greeley on Piano Rhapsodies of Love, Reprise Records, (1963)
- Kong Ling on This World We Live In, Diamond Records (1964)
- The Ventures on Walk, Don't Run Vol. 2, Dolton Records, (1964)
- Kai Winding on Mondo Cane #2, Verve Records, (1964)
- Fausto Papetti on I Remember N°3, Philips, (1966)
- Ernest Ranglin – on Softly With Ranglin, Twilight Records, (1969)
- Benny Carter And His Orchestra on Further Definitions, Impulse! Records, (1972)
- Andrè Carr Orchestra E Coro on Blue Star, Harmony, (1976)
- Jean-Pierre Danel on Guitar Ballads, Puzzle Productions, (2017)
Other known recordings
- Black Dynamites a.k.a. Los Indonesios (Dutch Indorock group) performed "Bintang Malam" live on stage in both Holland and Germany during their early years (1957-1962).
- Columbia Records in the 40500 to 40999 series
- "A Bing Crosby Discography". BING magazine. International Club Crosby. Retrieved November 29, 2017.
- "allmusic.com". allmusic.com. Retrieved November 29, 2017.
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