Blessed with matinee idol good looks, Dick Haymes was one of the most popular and successful singers of the post-war era, registering his first Billboard chart entry in 1941 and racking up a string of hits through the ‘40s and into the ‘50s, his last coming in 1956 after the rock ‘n’ roll era had made its impact. This great value 67-track 3-CD set comprises all his chart entries both as a solo artist and in duets and partnerships with other artists, including the orchestras of Harry James, Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw, and with singers Helen Forrest, Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters and Ethel Merman. It naturally includes the No. 1 hits “You’ll Never Know” and “I’ll Get By”, and with every single track a chart hit, it’s a great showcase for his warm baritone voice and his relaxed way with some of the best songs of the era, providing an ideal way to get the very best of Dick Haymes’ recordings in one collection. It includes a substantial booklet with full discographical and chart information and a detailed narrative of his career and recordings.