This Bing Crosby discography lists more than 1700 Crosby recordings, including most of Bing's commercial recordings from 1926 to his death in 1977, and some of his radio-tv recordings that have been released commercially. This discography was built from The Crosby Years by Ken Barnes (St. Martin's Press, 1980) with many additions and alterations. Chart data were abstracted from Joel Whitburn's Pop Memories 1890-1954 (Record Research, 1986). The recordings are listed in chronological order. The title of each song is followed in parentheses by Bing's vocal partners and orchestral accompaniment. Those records that charted are followed by a red number to indicate the peak position that they reached on the pop music charts.

1926-1934: America's New Singing Sensation
1934-1944: The Decca Years, Part 1
1945-1955: The Decca Years, Part 2
1956-1977: The Ol' Groaner
1978-1979: Post-Mortem Recordings
1943-1948: V-Discs
1953-1977: Long-Playing Albums

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