9 thoughts on “ Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition - Various - Glory Years: Musical Memories Of WWII (Cassette) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Glory Years: Musical Memories Of WWII on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" is an American patriotic song by Frank Loesser, published as sheet music in by Famous Music Corp. The song was a response to the attack on Pearl Harbor that marked United States involvement in World War II.. The song describes a chaplain ("sky pilot") being with some fighting men who are under attack from an diotutetalocomp.camtenttitildebiguladtingsunleroo.co: American patriotic song.
  3. Song information for Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition - Kay Kyser on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Musical Memories of the War Years [Cema 3 Disc] Humorous Songs from World War II.
  4. I purchased this LP set from a different seller on here. I would rate the music selection a 4/5. It’s a decent buy for an overview of the music from this era. The quality of the actual vinyl and sleeve seems a bit flimsy, even in new condition. Given the price, I would rate it 3/5 - an overall score of 7//5(4).
  5. #2 Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition #1 White Christmas. We have the music of our choice all around us now. The car stereo, home theater systems and portable CD players give us the chance to listen much of our waking hours. At that time, music was not usually a background to the environment - .
  6. Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition (cut #7) at diotutetalocomp.camtenttitildebiguladtingsunleroo.co, along with many other songs on the CD VE Day, 50th Anniversary Musical Memories. At 31 songs for $, it is a real bargain. It contains segments of speeches, as well as songs from several countries, not just the United States. A few years ago we did a World War II theme.
  7. This page is a collection of posts that I have made over the years that are relevant to WWII. If you are interested in the WWII era of history, you may find these other two pages of mine of interest.. The “World War II Sources” page is a constantly growing collection of more than links to museums, memorials, websites, Facebook pages, Twitter feeds, and other sources with information on.
  8. Dec 30,  · Since I grew up in post WWII America, it should come as no surprise that my folks had the sheet music for Frank Loesser and James Sanderson's "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition." Through the years, however, whenever some radio station played the song, they invariably played the very catchy Kay Kyser version, which only included the chorus.
  9. Mar 02,  · Glory glory what a hell of a way to die, Glory glory what a hell of a way to die, Glory glory what a hell of a way to die, And he ain't going to jump no more. He counted loud, he counted long and waited for the shock. He felt the wind, he felt the air, he felt that awful drop, He pulled his lines, the silk came down and wrapped around his legs.

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