onesmedia store HOME | BOOKS | JEAN SHEPHERD | MOVIES | OLD TIME RADIO AUDIO CD | OLD TIME RADIO mp3 CD ROM |OLD TIME RADIO mp3 DVD ROMG.I. JIVEOld Time Radio - CD-ROM - 86 mp3G.I. JIVE WITH G.I. JILL– Hear 10 quarter-hour Armed Forces Radio Service broadcasts with Jill –Martha Wilkerson– playing the top recordings as requested by servicemen around the world during WW II. The G.I.s loved her and her “girl-back-home” sign-off: “Good morning to some of you... good afternoon to some more of you... and to the rest of you... good night.”G.I. Jive was a programs from the Armed Forces Radio services show, starring G.I. Jill, who boosted troop morale and introduced big band sounds and other popular music of the time to soldiers serving in World War 2. Her actual name was Martha Wilkerson and she was a real favorite with the troops worldwide. She made hundreds of broadcasts which were sent by short wave radio to Europe, Africa, Australia and other war zones. Her closing line was: "Good morning to some of you, good afternoon to some more of you, and to the rest of you -- good night." Her goal was to make servicemen feel at home no matter where they were. She supplied lonely troops, both in the U.S. and overseas, with a pretty, female voice from home to lift their spirits. G.I. Jill provided the allied/AFRS counterpart to the infamous 'Tokyo Rose' broadcasts from Japan. The Tokyo Rose programming was performed by approximately a dozen English speaking female broadcasters on shows such as The Zero Hour. Their jobs were to disrupt the morale of Allied forces that happened to be listening. PLEASE READ HOW TO LISTEN TO THIS CDTHESE ARE MP3 CD RECORDINGSIT WILL NOT PLAY IN REGULAR CD PLAYERSYou will need CD players that read mp3 files.Here some of the more popular mp3 players: Coby, Memorex, Panasonic, Philips, Sony and many more. 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If your item doesn't get there or is damaged, please notify us and we'll reship for you.FULL REFUND IF NOT SATISFIEDSHOWS LIST271 First Song - Mandy, Make up Your Mind -Tommy Dorsey272 First Song - Good Queen Bess414 First Song - Joe Turner Blues415 First Song - Are You Ready - Lucky Millinder416 First Song - Apollo Jump - Lucky Millinder417 First Song - Im Like a Fish out of Water - Ginny Simms449 First Song - The Limehouse Blues - Erskine Hawkins450 First Song - Jitters - Lucky Millender459 First Song - Hallelujah - Glenn Miller460 First Song - Shortnin Bread - Eddie Miller465 First Song - Let's Dance - Benny_Goodman466 First Song - Back Beat Boogie - Harry James509 First Song - Rhumboogie510 First Song - Boogie Woogie - Tommy Dorsey601 First Song - Honeysuckle Rose - Benny Goodman602 First Song - Blue Lou - Count Basie617 First Song - Rollio Rolling Along - Bing Crosby618 First Song - Riding Along - Andy Kirk703 First Song - Bugle Call Rag - Benny Goodman704 First Song - Eager Beaver - Stan Kenton705 First Song - Blue Skies - Tommy Dorsey706 First Song - Blue Lou - Count Basie721 First Song - Sugarfoot Strut - Bob Crosby722 First Song - For Dancers Only - Jimmy Lunceford731 First Song - Who - Tommy Dorsey755 First Song - Caribbean Clipper - Glenn Miller756 First Song - Two O'Clock Jump - Harry James784 First Song - Woodchoppers Ball - Woody Herman829 First Song - Margie - Benny Goodman830 First Song - Woodchoppers Ball - Woody Herman831 First Song - Dipper Mouth Blues - Glenn Mille832 First Song - Elks Parade - Bobby Sherwood833 First Song - Changes - Benny Goodman834 First Song - Swanee River - Les Brown835 First Song - We Will Get It - Tommy Dorsey836 First Song - Jumping at the Woodside - Benny Goodman837 First Song - Eager Beaver - Stan Kenton838 First Song - Alexanders Ragtime Band - Benny Goodman839 First Song - Casa Loma Stomp - Casa Loma Orchestra840 First Song - Buckle Down Winsocki - Benny Goodman841 First Song - The Night Ride - Ambrose842 First Song - I Found a New Baby - Benny Goodman843 First Song - That Honky Tonk Train - Bob Crosby844 First Song - The Sad Sack - Harry James845 First Song - Here We Go Again - Glenn Miller846 First Song - King Porter Stomp - Benny Goodman847 First Song - The Bugle Call Rag - Benny Goodman848 First Song - Song of India - Tommy Dorsey849 First Song - Strictly Instrumental - Harry James850 First Song - Trumpet Blues - Harry James851 First Song - Opus Number One - Tommy Dorsey852 First Song - King Porter Stomp - Erskine Hawkins853 First Song - South Rampart Street Parade - Bob Crosby854 First Song - Carribbean Clipper - Glenn Miller855 First Song - South Eager Beaver - Stan Kenton856 First Song - Well, Git It! - Tommy Dorsey890 First Song - Moonlight on the Ganges - Tommy Dorsey892 First Song - G I Stomp - Count Basie901 First Song - Opus One - Tommy Dorsey906 First Song - King Porter Stomp - Erskine Hawkins907 First Song - 920 Special - Harry James908 First Song - Changes - Bunny Goodman914 First Song - Deed I Do - Bunny Berrigan969 First Song - Well, Git It - Tommy Dorsey1093 First Song - Jumpin At The Woodside - Count BasieFirst Song - American Patrol - Glenn MillerFirst Song - Backbeat Boogie - Harry JamesFirst Song - Boogie Woogie - Tommy DorseyFirst Song - Cherokee - Charlie BarnetFirst Song - Get Happy - Benny GoodmanFirst Song - High Society - Bunny BeriganFirst Song - Indian Love Call - Artie ShawFirst Song - Java Junction - Bob CrosbyFirst Song - Jeep Rhythm - Jimmy LuncefordFirst Song - Jivin - Bunny_BeriganFirst Song - Opus (Not 851 or 901) - Tommy DorseyFirst Song - Soldier Jumped At Dawn - Charlie SpivakFirst Song - Stomp Mr Henry Lee - Eddie MillerFirst Song - Sugar Foot Stomp - Benny GoodmanFirst Song - Trumpet Blues - Harry JamesFirst Song - Two O'Clock Jump (Not 756) - Harry JamesJills Juke Box AFRS 29Jills Juke Box AFRS 40Jills Juke Box AFRS 48Jills Juke Box AFRS 50Yank Swing Session AFRS 86FEEDBACKOur feedback record is excellent but if any problems arise, contact us before leaving any kind of neutral or negative feedback or if you plan on rating us anything less of five stars in all DSR areas. 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