Musical salute to the post-World War II era of big bands and vocalists, when many former band vocalists became singing stars and the swing bands began to play for audiences of listeners instead of dancers. Sequel to the 2/9/60 Ford Startime episode, ""The Swingin' Years,"" which covered the big swing bands of the Thirties. Introduction by Ronald Reagan -- Apple Honey / performed by Woody Herman and the Herd -- Your Father's Moustache / performed by Herman and the Herd -- Cow Cow Boogie / sung by Ella Mae Morse ; performed by Freddie Slack and his orchestra -- Tonight We Love / performed by Freddy Martin and his orchestra -- Bumble Boogie / performed by Martin's pianist, Jack Fina -- The Gentleman is a Dope / sung by Jo Stafford ; performed by Red Ingle and the Natural Seven -- Temptation / sung by Stafford as ""Cinderella G. Stump"" ; performed by Ingle and Natural Seven -- Careless / performed by Eddy Howard and his orchestra -- To Each His Own / performed by Howard and orchestra -- Wha
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