I posted a selection from Jorgen Ingmann's Swinging Guitar (1959) in September 2012, but I thought this LP of multitracked favourites was worth a second listen. You can glean all the background from the previous post while you grab the second selection from the album.
Bye Bye Blues has become a pop and jazz standard since it was written by Fred Hamm, Dave Bennett, Chauncey Gray and Bert Lown in 1930. Lown and his orchestra made the first recording of it that year, but perhaps the best-known version was waxed by Les Paul and Mary Ford in 1952. Since Ingmann was heavily influenced by Paul's multitracking techniques it seemed natural that he chose to include Bye Bye Blues on Swinging Guitar.
Bye Bye Blues
From YouTube comes Paul and Ford's hit version. The sound quality isn't all that it might be, but then it's dubbed from a vintage 10" LP.
And finally here's the original recorded version by Bert Lown and his Hotel Biltmore Orchestra from 1930. Sound quality and visuals are very good.