After Bing Crosby's long-term Decca Records contract was up, he signed many short-term contracts with a wide variety of labels. These included many popular labels such as Reprise, RCA, Verve, Decca (again), United Artists, Capitol and more.
- Bing recorded the MGM motion picture High Society soundtrack, along with Frank Sinatra, Grace Kelly, Celeste Holm and Louis Armstrong from early to late February.
- Crosby recorded Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings on Verve in early June. This was a turning point in his career, because he was trying out an innovated version of his own style, with a swinging orchestra, much to the style of his famous musical successors Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and many more.
In April, Bing read the short stories: Jack B. Nimble – A Mother Goose Fantasy, A Christmas Story - An Axe, An Apple and a Buckskin Jacket, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves and Never Be Afraid (which was a musical version of "The Emperor's New Clothes")
In July 1959, Bing and Rosemary got together again for the album How the West Was Won. This was recorded for Bing Crosby's own company, Project Records, and was released by RCA Victor Records
This soundtrack album Say One for Me was released by Columbia.
RCA Victor first, as LPM/LSP-2276 & Warner Bros. Records later, as W/WS 1363
The El Señor Bing album was recorded in June 1960 for Project Records and released by MGM Records.
101 Gang Songs was recorded for Project Records and released by Warner Bros.
Bing's album Holiday in Europe was recorded for Project Records and released by Decca.
The soundtrack album The Road to Hong Kong was issued by Liberty.
Another singalong type album On the Happy Side.
I Wish You a Merry Christmas. Bing sang Christmas favorites.
Contributed to the Reprise Musical Repertory Theatre albums.
Return to Paradise Islands. An album of Hawaiian themed songs.
Bing Crosby Sings the Great Country Hits. Country and western songs.
Robin and the 7 Hoods. The score from the film of the same name.
That Travelin' Two-Beat was another album with Rosemary Clooney.
The Longines Symphonette Society
Bing Crosby's Treasury - The Songs I Love. Twelve tracks recorded for a mail order firm.
Thoroughly Modern Bing. Bing's first album for this label.
The Longines Symphonette Society
Bing Crosby's Treasury - The Songs I Love (1968 version). Another record set for Longines, this time with 36 Crosby vocals.
Goldilocks. The soundtrack from the TV film starring Bing Crosby and his family.
A Southern Memoir. Recorded by Bing Crosby at his own expense and leased to the English branch of Decca who issued it on Decca's London label.
Bingo Viejo. Another album recorded by Bing Crosby at his own expense and leased to Decca. He called this his 'Mexican' album.
At My Time of Life. Another Ken Barnes production. Mainly show tunes.
Bing Crosby Live at the London Palladium. Live recording of the show put on by Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Kathryn Crosby and Ted Rogers at the London Palladium from June 21 to July 4, 1976. Produced by Ken Barnes.
Feels Good, Feels Right. Recorded with Alan Cohen in London.
Beautiful Memories. Another Ken Barnes production.
Seasons. Bing's last album. Again produced by Ken Barnes.
- Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings
- Bing with a Beat