Frances Langford: From 1941, Langford was a regular singer on Bob Hope's radio show. During WWII, she joined Hope, Jerry Colonna, and other performers on U.S.O. tours through Europe, North Africa, and the South Pacific, entertaining thousands of G.I.'s throughout the world. She wooed G.I.'s through three wars, WWII, Korea and Vietnam, singing beautiful ballads that included her trademark "I'm in the Mood for Love".
"Body and Soul", by Joe Jackson, peaked at #14 in the UK and #20 in the US. The tracks are a mix of pop and jazz standards and salsa, showcasing the U.S. No. 15 hit single "You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)". In a nod to its jazz standards influence, the cover art imitated that of the album Sonny Rollins, Vol. 2. (Vinyl LP)