|In the Mood - In the Mood|
|Don't Get Around Much Anymore - Don't Get Around Much Anymore|
|Top of the Forties Medley: I've Heard That Song Before - Dream - Sentimental Journey - On a Slow Boat to China - While We're Young - G.I. Jive - Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition - Tico Tico - S - Top of the Forties Medley: I've Heard That Song Before - Dream - Sentimental Journey - On a Slow Boat to China - While We're Young - G.I. Jive - Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition - Tico Tico - S|
|Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (arr. K. Laurent) - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (arr. K. Laurent)|
|Bugle Call Rag - Bugle Call Rag|
|Begin the Beguine - Begin the Beguine|
|Take the A Train - Take the A Train|
|Long Ago and Far Away - Long Ago and Far Away (arr. N. Leyden)|
|I'll Be Seeing You (arr. G. Cray) - I'll Be Seeing You (arr. G. Cray)|
|A String of Pearls - A String of Pearls|
|Sing, Sing, Sing - Sing, Sing, Sing|
|Keep 'em flying - Keep 'em flying|
|A-Tisket, A-Tasket (arr. Baker) - A-Tisket, A-Tasket (arr. Baker)|
|Chattanooga Choo Choo - Chattanooga Choo Choo|
|Over There - Over There|
|Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree - Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree|
|Song of WWII Medley: White Cliffs of Dover - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - We’ll Meet Again - Song of WWII Medley: White Cliffs of Dover - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - We’ll Meet Again|
|Moonlight Serenade - Moonlight Serenade|
|Serenade in Blue - Serenade in Blue|
|Satin Doll (arr. R. Raven) - Satin Doll (arr. R. Raven)|
Album Remarks & Appraisals:
The most iconic image to emerge from a WWII campaign to recruit women into the workforce is Rosie the Riveter. The strong, beautiful, bandana-clad factory worker would become the face of female wartime propaganda. We Can Do It features music from the WWII era, including hits like "In the Mood," "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," and "Sing, Sing, Sing," performed by the great musicians of the United States military, including the Airmen of Note, formed to carry on the tradition of Glenn Miller's Army Air Corps dance band. As a special addition in the liner notes, Rosebud Janet Wallace, tells the story of her grandmother, Joy Hagan, "the fastest riveter in the plant." Join us in honoring the women of World War II!
Liner Note Author: Janet Wallace.
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