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Wikipedia: December 18
December 18
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December 18 is the 352nd day of the year (353rd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar. There are 13 days remaining.

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Recorded this day

  • 1907 - "Two Little Baby Shoes" by Byron G. Harlan
  • 1911 - "Berceuse de Jocelyn (Angels Guard Thee)" by Edmond Clement
  • 1913 - "In The Candlelight" by Nora Watson & James F. Harrison
  • 1913 - "Through The Sunrise" by Peter Dawson
  • 1915 - "St Louis Blues" by Prince's Orchestra
  • 1915 - "My Mother's Rosary" by Henry Burr
  • 1923 - "I'm Goin' South" by Al Jolson
  • 1924 - "Oh Lady Be Good" by Ben Bernie & his Orchestra
  • 1925 - "The Gay Highway" by Peter Dawson
  • 1925 - "Vagabond" by Peter Dawson
  • 1925 - "A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwich And You" by Helen Clark & Franklyn Baur
  • 1925 - "That Certain Party" by Ted Lewis with Ted Lewis & his Orchestra
  • 1928 - "Makin' Whoopee" by Eddie Cantor with orchestra conducted by Nat Shilkret
  • 1929 - "Dream Lover" by Gladys Moncrieff with orchestra conducted by Gil Dech
  • 1929 - "Won't You Get Off It, Please" by Fats Waller & his Buddies
  • 1929 - "March Of The Grenadiers" by Gladys Moncrieff with orchestra conducted by Gil Dech
  • 1929 - "Ridin' But Walkin'" by Fats Waller & his Buddies
  • 1930 - "That's What Loneliness Means To Me" by Al Bowlly with The Palm Beach Hawaiians
  • 1931 - "Black Jazz" by Casa Loma Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Cuban Love Song" by Pat O'Malley with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Tonight Or Never" by Pat O'Malley with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Maniac's Ball " by Casa Loma Orchestra
  • 1931 - "The Cough-Drop Shop" by Leslie Sarony with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Love Came Into My Heart" by Pat O'Malley with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1934 - "I Think I Can" by Jack Buchanan with Geraldo and his Orchestra
  • 1934 - "Rhythm Is Our Business" by Willie Smith with Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra
  • 1934 - "One Good Tune Deserves Another " by Jack Buchanan with Geraldo & his Orchestra
  • 1935 - "Mômes De La Cloches " by Édith Piaf with accordions Jean et Jacques Médinger
  • 1935 - "Java De Cézique" by Édith Piaf with accordions Jean & Jacques Médinger
  • 1935 - "Falling Leaves" by Jack Cooper with Ambrose & his Orchestra
  • 1935 - "Étranger" by Édith Piaf with piano by Walter Joseph
  • 1936 - "Peckin'" by Ben Pollack with Ben Pollack & his Orchestra
  • 1938 - "This Can't Be Love" by Frances Langford & Rudy Vallee with orchestra conducted by Victor Young
  • 1938 - "Love Makes The World Go Round" by Leslie A. Hutchinson
  • 1939 - "Lord Haw Haw The Humbug Of Hamburg" by The Western Brothers
  • 1939 - "You've Done Something To My Heart" by Evelyn Laye with Geraldo & his Orchestra
  • 1940 - "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" by Judy Garland with orchestra conducted by David Rose
  • 1940 - "It's A Great Day For The Irish" by Judy Garland with orchestra conducted by David Rose
  • 1941 - "Tangerine" by Vaughn Monroe with Vaughn Monroe & his Orchestra
  • 1943 - "Crazy Rhythm" by Victor Silvester's Jive Band
  • 1944 - "Opus No. 1" by Ted Heath & his Music
  • 1945 - "Prisoner Of Love" by Perry Como with orchestra conducted by Russ Case
  • 1945 - "J'Attendrai" by Bing Crosby with Toots Camarata Orchestra
  • 1945 - "Till The Clouds Roll By" by Bing Crosby with orchestra conducted by Toots Camarata
  • 1945 - "Cruising Down The River" by Rita Williams with The Organ, The Danceband And Me
  • 1945 - "We'll Gather Lilacs" by Bing Crosby with Toots Camarata Orchestra
  • 1945 - "Symphonie" by Jean Sablon with orchestra conducted by Paul Baron
  • 1945 - "All Through The Day" by Perry Como with orchestra conducted by Russ Case
  • 1947 - "We're Gonna Rock, We're Gonna Roll" by Wild Bill Moore
  • 1947 - "Ballin' The Jack" by Danny Kaye with orchestra conducted by Johnny Green
  • 1947 - "Swedish Pastry " by Stan Hasselgard & his All-Star Six
  • 1947 - "Once And For Always" by Bing Crosby & Rhonda Fleming with orchestra conducted by Victor Young
  • 1951 - "You Don't Know What Lonesome Is" by Perry Como & The Sons of the Pioneers with The Western-Ayres
  • 1951 - "A Kiss To Build A Dream On" by Johnny Parker with Hugo Winterhalter & his Orchestra
  • 1951 - "At Last! At Last!" by Tony Martin with orchestra conducted by Henri René
  • 1951 - "Please, Mister Sun" by Perry Como with Mitchell Ayres & his Orchestra
  • 1951 - "Tulips and Heather" by Perry Como with Mitchell Ayres & his Orchestra
  • 1951 - "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" by Perry Como & The Sons of the Pioneers with The Western-Ayres
  • 1952 - "Doggie In The Window" by Patti Page with orchestra conducted by Jack Rael
  • 1953 - "Indiscretion" by Jo Stafford with piano Liberace
  • 1961 - "So I’ve Been Told" by Cliff Richard
  • 1961 - "Twistin' The Night Away" by Sam Cooke
  • 1973 - "Hasta Manana" by Abba
  • 1979 - "What Time Does The Next Miracle Leave?" by Frank Sinatra & chorus with Los Angeles Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
  • 1979 - "World War None!" by Frank Sinatra & chorus with Los Angeles Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
  • 1979 - "Before The Music Ends" by Frank Sinatra & chorus with Los Angeles Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra

See Also

December 17 - December 19 - November 18 - January 18 -- listing of all days

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December


  

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