Label: Longines Symphonette SocietyTrack A3b - English lyrics by Alfred Bryan (spelled Bryon on label) also known as "I'll Be True to the Whole Regiment"; Original "Quand Madelon One Step" or "La Madelon" with lyrics (in French) by Louis Bousquet
Track A4a - Credits only for lyricists, Music was by Ange Lorenzo and Richard A. Whiting
Track A4c - Marty Symes wrote the Lyrics (uncredited)
Track B5 - Music by Jimmy McHugh, Lyrics by Al Dubin
Track C2 - Credits should be 'Louiguy & Piaf' and should include Lyrics By Marguerite Monnot
Track C3c - Lyricist Leo Robin is 'Robbin' on release
Track C5 - Lyricist Mort Dixon is 'Dickson' on the release
Track D1c - Lyrics By Andy Razaf
Track D2 - Composer Josef Myrow is 'Meyow' on the release
Track D3 - Edward Heyman credit is incorrect and should have been included on Track D4
Track D4 - Lyrics also by Edward Heyman
Track F5 - Credit 'Paul' is incorrect and may be a reference to Paul Weston whose orchestra accompanied the 1951 Frankie Laine recording; English Lyrics by Vera Bloom (uncredited)
Track G5 - Composer Alfred Newman is 'Neuman' on the release
Track I2 - Composer Guy LaFarge is 'Lapage' on the release
Track I3 - Based on Reverie - Composed by Claude Debussy
Track I4b - Based on music from the opera 'I Pagliacci' by Ruggero Leoncavallo
Track I5 - Music by John W. Bratton, Lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy
Track L3a - Also known as 'My Wonderful One'
The release title, Those Wonderful Years, underlines the word 'Wonderful' wherever it is printed.
Liner notes on The Longines Symphonette, The Singing Choraliers - The Golden Twenties reference various tracks on this release as examples of music from the 1920s
Liner notes on The Longines Symphonette, The Singing Choraliers - The Nostalgic Thirties reference various tracks on this release as examples of music from the 1930s
Release ships with 'Gold Medal Recording' paper record sleeves. There is no catalog number on the slipcase.
Purchase of this release from the Longines Symphonette Catalog entitled the purchaser to the Free Bonus Album The Longines Symphonette - Dixieland Jazz From The Terrific Twenties