Category Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Songs of Harry Warren: Lullaby Of Broadway (& Hollywood) 1922-1957: CD1 1922-1936: *ReMastered Tracks

Tracks: 25, total time: 78:31, year: 1936, genre: Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & ReMastering: Niombus Records / www.rettrospective-records.co.uk : 2018

S/N Time Song Title
1. 3:02 Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra: vocal Ivie Anderson / Rose Of The Rio-Grande* (Harry Warren’s First Hit: No3 1922: This Version No3 1938)
2. 3:11 Al Jolsen with Isham Jones & His Orchestra / Pasadena* (No4 Hit)
3. 3:04 Aileen Stanley / Billy “Uke” Carpenter / Frank Banta / I Love My Baby, My Baby Loves Me* (Original Version No5 Hit: This Version No10 Hit)
4. 3:07 Kate Smith / The Charleston Chasers / One Sweet Letter From You* (No8 Hit: This Version No14)
5. 3:01 Sam Lanin & The Impana Troubadours; vocal: Irving Kaufman / Nagasaki* (No13 Hit)
6. 3:28 Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians: vocal: Will Morgan / Cryin’ For The Carolines* (from the film “Spring Is Here” 1930)
7. 2:53 Seger Ellis / Cheerful Little Earful* (from the Revue “Sweet And Low”)
8. 2:50 Singing Sweethearts The aka Julia Sanderson / Frank Crumit / Would You Like To Take A Walk* (No5 Hit added to Revue)
9. 3:31 Guy Lombardo & his Royal Canadians / By The River Sainte Marie* (No6 Sheet Music Hit: This Version No1 Record Hit)
10. 3:14 Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians: vocal: Clare Hanlon & The Three Waring Girls / I Found A Million Dollar Baby* (from the Revue “Billy Rose’s Crazy Quilt” 1931)
Billy Rose first used the title for a 1926 song that had music by Fred Fisher.
11. 3:25 Russ Columbo with Leonard Joy & His Orchestra / You’re My Everything* (from the Revue “The Laugh Parade” 1931)
12. 3:23 Boswell Sisters The (Connee, Martha, & Vet) / The Dorsey Brothers’ Orchestra / Forty-Second Street* (ftom the film “Forty-Second Street” 1933)
13. 2:53 Bing Crosby / Guy Lombardo & his Royal Canadians / You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me* (from the film “Forty-Second Street”: 1933)
14. 3:14 Boswell Sisters The (Connee, Martha, & Vet) / The Dorsey Brothers’ Orchestra / Shuffle Of To Buffalo* (from the film “Forty-Second Street”: 1933)
15. 3:10 Dick Powell / We’re In The Money (The Gold Digger’s Song)* (from the film “Gold Diggers Of 1933”)
16. 3:03 Dick Powell / The Shadow Waltz* (from the film “Gold Diggers Of 1933”)
17. 3:19 Dick Powell / I’ve Got To Sing A Torch Song* (from the film “Gold Diggers Of 1933”)
18. 2:58 Denny Dennis / Roy Fox & His Band / Keep Young And Beautiful* (from the film “Roman Scandals”: 1933: This Version 1934)
19. 3:13 Lee Bennett / Jan Garber & His Orchestra / The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams* (from the film “Moulin Rouge” 1934)
20. 3:17 Dick Powell / Ted Fio Rito & His Orchestra / I’ll String Along With You* (from the film “Twenty Million Sweethearts” 1934)
21. 3:13 Leslie Hutchinson (Hutch) / I Only Have Eyes For You* (from the film “Dames” 1934): [This Version No1 song hit: No1 Record for Al Jolson (1949) & Art Garfunkel (1975))
22. 3:14 Ozzie Nelson & His Orchestra / About A Quarter To Nine* (from the film “Go Into Your Dance” 1935)
23. 2:56 Victor Young & His Orchestra: vocals: Hal Burke & The Tune Twisters / She’s A Latin From Manhattan* (from the film “Go Into Your Dance” 1935)
24. 2:52 Denny Dennis / George Scott-Wood & His Orchestra feat Eugene Pini-violin / I’ll Sing You A Thousand Love Songs* (from the film “Cain And Mabel” 1936)
25. 3:08 Dick Powell / Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra / Lullaby Of Broadway* (from the film “Gold Diggers of 1935): [Oscar winning No1 song: Number 1’s for Bob Crosby (1935) and Doris Day (1951)]

Songs of Harry Warren: Lullaby Of Broadway (& Hollywood) His 51 Finest-1922-1957: CD2 1935-1957: *ReMastered Tracks

Tracks: 26, total time: 79:14, year: 1935, genre: Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & ReMastering: Niombus Records / www.rettrospective-records.co.uk : 2018

S/N Time Song Title
1. 2:43 Fats Waller & His Rhythm / Lulu’s Back In Town* (from the film “Broadway Gondolier” 1935)
2. 3:16 James Melton with Bobby Dolan & The Decca Studio Orchestra / September In The Rain* (from the film “Melody For Two” 1937)
3. 2:32 Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & his Orchestra / How Could You?* (from the film “San Quentin” 1937)
4. 3:03 Bing Crosby with John Scott-Trotter & his Orchestra / Remember Me* (from the film (Mister Dodd Takes The Air” 1937): [Oscar Nominated No1 Record]
5. 2:56 Bing Crosby / Bob Crosby & His Orchestra / You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby* (from the film “Hard To Get” 1938): [No1 Song Hit: No1 Record Hit]
6. 2:41 Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra / Jeepers Creepers* (from the film “Going Places” 1938): [No1 Oscar Nominated Song Hit: This Version No12 Record Hit – No1 for Al Donahue]
7. 2:36 Bob Crosby & His Orchestra: vocal: Bonnie King / Down Argentina Way* (from the film “Down Argentine Way” 1940): [No3 Oscar Nominated Song Hit: This Version No2 Record Hit)
8. 2:15 Carmen Miranda with Bando da Lua e Garoto / I Yi Yi, Yi, Yi, I Like You Very Much* (from the film “That Night In Rio” 1941)
9. 3:31 Glenn Miller & His Orchestra: vocals: Paula Kelly / Tex Beneke / Modernaires (The) / Chattanooga Choo-Choo* (from the film “Sun Valley Serenade” 1941): [No1 Oscar Nominated Song Hit: This Version Million Selling No1 Record Hit]
10. 3:31 Helen Forrest with Harry James & His Orchestra / I Had The Craziest Dream* (from the film “Springtime In The Rockies” 1942): [No3 Song Hit: This Version Million Selling No1 Record Hit]
11. 3:07 Glenn Miller & His Orchestra: vocals: Ray Eberle / At Last* (from the film “Orchestra Wives” 1942)
12. 3:19 Glenn Miller & His Orchestra: vocals: Paula Kelly / Tex Beneke / Modernaires (The) / I’ve Got A Gal In kalamazoo* (from the film “Orchestra Wives” 1942): [No1 Oscar Nominated Song Hit: This Version Million Selling No1 Record Hit]
13. 3:29 Glenn Miller & His Orchestra: vocals: Paula Kelly / Tex Beneke / Modernaires (The) / Serenade In Blue* (from the film “Orchestra Wives” 1942): [No3 Song Hit: This Version No2 Record Hit]
14. 3:18 Andrews Sisters The (Patty, LaVerne & Maxene) with Gordon Jenkins & his Orchestra and Chorus / There Will Never Be Another You* (from the film “Iceland” 1942)
15. 3:29 Vera Llyn and her Orchestra: cond: Len Edwards / You’ll Never Know* (from the film “Hello ‘Frisco Hello” 1943): [No1 Oscar Nominated Song Hit: This Version No1 UK Record Hit: USA No1 for Dick Haymes & Frank Sinatra: All 1943)
16. 3:16 Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra: vocal: Eugenie Baird / My Heart Tells Me* (from the film “Sweet Rosie O’Grady” 1943): [No1Song Hit:This Version No1 Record Hit]
17. 2:38 Ella Mae Morse with Dick Walter & His Orchestra / No Love, No Nothin’* (from the film “The Gang’s All Here” 1943)
18. 3:10 Dick Haymes with Victor Young & his Orchestra / I Wish I Knew* (from the film “Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe” 1945)
19. 3:06 Dick Haymes with Victor Young & his Orchestra / The More I See You* (from the film “Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe” 1945
20. 3:06 Fred Astaire with Albert Sack & his Orchestra / This Heart Of Mine* (from the film “Ziegfield Follies” 1945)
21. 3:08 Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & his Orchestra / On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe* (from the film “The Harvey Girls” 1945): [No1 Oscar Winning Song Hit: This Version No1 Record Hit]
22. 3:03 Jo Stafford with Paul Weston & His Orchestra / This Is Always* (from the film “Three Little Girls In Blue: 1946)
23. 2:42 Doris Day / John Rarig with his Orchestra & Male Vocal Quartet / Canadian Capers (“Cuttin’ Capers”)* (from the film “My Dream Is Yours” 1949)
24. 3:35 Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman with :vocals: Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires: and Nathan Van Cleave & his Orchestra / Zing A Little Zong* (from the film “Just For You” 1952): [No8 Oscar Nominated Song Hit]
25. 3:09 Dean Martin with Dick Stable & His Orchestra and Chorus) / That’s Amore* (from the film “The Caddy” 1953): [No5 Oscar Nominated Song Hit (UK): This Version Million Selling No2 Record Hit (US) No2 hit (UK)]
26. 2:44 Vic Damone with Percy Faith & His Orchestra & Chorus / An Affair To Remember (Our Love Affair)* (from the film”An Affair To Remember” 1957): [No11 Oscar Nominated Song Hit in UK]

The Song Is You: Music Of Jerome Kern: 1905-1962: CD1-1905-1933 *ReMastered Tracks

Tracks: 25, total time: 79:49, year: 1933, genre: Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & *ReMastering: Nimbus Records – retrospective records: 2017

The date against this CD entry, and the track date for each track on the disk, is the date that The Song or Instrumental Music became known through live performance or recording, The date of the recording on the disc is listed with the track title and other imformation about the ttrack

S/N Time Song Title
1. 3:27 Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & his Orchestra / The Song Is You* (from the musical “Music In The Air” 1932: This version recorded 1933)
The date against this CD entry is the date that The Song or Instrumental Music became known through live performance or recording, The date of the recording on the disc is listed with the track title and other imformation about the ttrack
2. 2:12 Corinne Morgan & The Haydn Quartet – Harry MacDonough & John Bieling (Tenors) S.H.Dudley (Baritone) William F Hooley (Bass) / How’d You Like To Spoon With Me* (from the musical “The Earl And The Girl” 1905: This version 1905): [This version was a Number One record hit – October 1905]: [This version was a Number One record hit – October 1905]: [This version was a Number One record hit – October 1905]
3. 3:14 Dinah Shore with Morris Stoloff & his Orchestra / They Didn’t Believe Me* (from the musical “The Girl From Utah” 1914: This version recorded 1946): [No1 Record Hit for Harry MacDonough & Olive Kline in 1915]: [No1 Record Hit for Harry MacDonough & Olive Kline in 1915]
4. 2:41 Bing Crosby with Camarato & his Orchestra / Till The Clouds Roll By* (from the musical “Oh, Boy!” 1917: This version 1945): [No1 Record Hit for Anna Wheaton and James Harrod in 1917): [No1 Record Hit for Anna Wheaton and James Harrod in 1917)
5. 2:59 Marion Harris with Charles A Price & his Orchestra / Left All Alone Again Blues* (from the musical “Night Boat” 1920)
6. 3:00 Marion Harris with Charles A Price & his Orchestra / Look For The Silver Lining (from the musicals “Zip Goes A Million” 1919 & “Sally” 1920: This version 1920): [No1 Record Hit]
7. 3:37 Jessie Mathews with Debroy Somers & his Orchestra / Whip-Poor-Will* (from the musical “Sally” 1920: This version from a 1942 production)
8. 3:03 George Olsen & his Music / Sunny* ((Intro “D’Ye Love Me”) from the musical “Sunny” 1925): [No2 Record Hit]
9. 3:17 George Olsen & his Music: vocals: Fran Frey, Bob Rice, Jack Fulton / Who?* (from the musical “Sunny” 1925): [this versioon Million Selling No1 Record Hit]
10. 3:20 Allan Jones with Lou Bring & his Orchestra / Make Believe* (from the musical “Show Boat” 1927: This version from the 1936 film)
11. 4:18 Paul Robeson / Victor Young & The Brunswick Concert Orchestra / Ol’ Man River* (from the musical “Show Boat” 1927: This version 1932): [No1 Record Hit for Bing Crosby, No7 Record Hit for Paul Whiteman, both 1928]
12. 3:57 Helen Morgan with Louis Alter (piano) and Victor Young & The Brunswick Studio Orchestra / Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man* (from the musical “Show Boat” 1927: This version 1932): [No7 Record Hit with Victor Bavaralli: 1928]
13. 4:57 James Melton with Victor Young & The Brunswick Studio Orchestra / You Are Love* (from the musical “Show Boat” 1927: This version 1932): [This version No20 Record Hit]
14. 3:06 Frances Langford with Tony Martin / Victor Young & his Orchestra / Why Do I Love You?* (from the musical “Show Boat” 1927: This Version 1942): [No9 Record Hit for Franklyn Baur: 1928]
15. 4:14 Helen Morgan with Louis Alter (piano) and Victor Young & The Brunswick Studio Orchestra / Bill* (from the musical “Show Boat” 1927 though originally written for “Oh Lady! Lady! 1918 but not used) This version 1932): [No4 Record Hit for Victor Bavaralli: 1926]
16. 2:53 Paul Robeson with Elisabeth Welch and Clifford Greenwood & The New Mayfair Orchestra / I Still Suits Me* (from the musical “Show Boat” 1927: This version 1936)
17. 2:46 Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & his Orchestra / Why Was I Born* (from the musical “Sweet Adeline” 1929: This version 1947): [No8 record hit for Helen Morgan in 1930]
18. 2:18 Pearl Bailey & The Charioteers with Mitchell Ayers & Orchestra / Don’t Ever Leave Me* (from the musical “Sweet Adeline” 1929: This version 1947)
19. 3:04 Ambrose & His Orchestra at The Mayfair Hotel, Londfon: vocalist: Sam Browne / She Didn’t Say “Yes”* (from the musical “The Cat And The Fiddle” 1931: This version 1932)
20. 3:21 Mary Ellis with Hyam Greenbaum & His Majesty’s Theatre Chorus & Orchestra / I’ve Told Every Little Star* (from the musical “Music In The Air” 1932: This version 1933): [No10 record hit for Jack Denny (1933) and No3 record hit for Linda Scott in 1961]
21. 3:15 Leo Reisman & his Orchestra: Vocalist Frank Luther / Yesterdays* (fom the musical “Roberta” 1933): [This version No3 Record Hit]
22. 2:05 Kathryn Grayson and Howard Keel with Carmen Dragon and the MGM Studio Orchestra & Chorus / The Touch Of Your Hand* (from the musical “Roberta” 1933: This version 1952): [No10 record hit for Leo Reisman 1933]
23. 3:05 Emil Coleman & his Riviera Orchestra / Vocals by The Harmonians / I’ll Be Hard To Handle* (from the musical “Roberta” 1933
24. 2:37 Ruth Etting with Small Orchestra / Smoke Gets In Your Eyes* (from the musical “Roberta” 1933: This version 1934): [This Version No15 Record Hit: also No1 Record Hit for Paul Whiteman (1934) and The Platters (1959)]
25. 3:11 Emil Coleman & his Riviera Orchestra / Vocals by Fran Frey & Irene Collins / Let’s Begin* (fom the musical “Roberta” 1933)
The date against this CD entry, and the track date for each track on the disk, is the date that The Song or Instrumental Music became known through live performance or recording, The date of the recording on the disc is listed with the track title and other imformation about the ttrack

Gershwin Songbook: The Very Best Of The: CD2 *ReMastered Tracks (2018)

Tracks: 20, total time: 64:57, year: 1918, genre: Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & ReMastering: Not Now Music: 2018

S/N Time Song Title
1. 2:56 Ray Conniff with His Orchestra & Chorus / Rhapsody In Blue* (composed for the concert “An Experiment In Modern Music” commissioned by Paul Whiteman: 1924: This Version (one of 129) 1960): [First live performance George Gershwin – Paul Whiteman and The Palais Royal Orchestra (February 12, 1924): First recording by George Gershwin – Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra (October 1924)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1960:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
2. 3:26 Peggy Lee / It Ain’t Necessarily So* (composed for the Opera “Porgy & Bess” 1935: this version (one of 2148) 1956): [First live performance by John W. Bubbles (September 30, 1935): First recording Lawrence Tibbett (October 23, 1935]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1956
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
3. 2:37 Connie Stevens / Looking For A Boy* (composed for musical comedy “Tip-Toes” 1926: This version (one of 34) 1958): [First live performance by Queenie Smith (December 28, 1925): First recording Ella Fitzgerald with Ellis Larkins at the Piano 1951]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
4. 3:35 Ella Fitzgerald with Ellis Larkins at the Piano / Nice Work If You Can Get It* (introduced in the 1937 film “A Damsel in Distress” 1937: This Version (one of 275) 1954): [First live performance Fred Astaire 1937: First recording and first release Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra (September 15, 1937]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1954:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
5. 2:39 April Stevens with Orchestra arranged by Henri René / Do It Again* (From the stage musical “The French Doll”: 1922: This version (1 of 106) 1960): [First live performance by Irene Bordoni (February 20, 1922): First recording by Ray Miller and His Orchestra (March 16, 1922)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1960:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
6. 5:54 Louis Armstrong & The Oscar Petersom Trio / How Long Has This Been Going On* (Composed for the stage musical “Rosalie”: 1927: This version (1 of 365) 1959): [First live performance by Bobbe Arnst (January 28, 1928): First referenced recording Lee Wiley with Max Kaminsky’s Orchestra (December 1939)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
7. 2:32 Ella Fitzgerald with Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra / By Strauss* (composed by the Brothers as a “private party” piece until performed live in “The Show Is On: 1936: This version (one of 24) 1959): [First live performance by Gracie Barrie & Robert Shafer (December 25, 1936): First referenced recording Ella Fitzgerald with Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra (1959)]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959:
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8. 2:51 Sammy Davis Jnr with Orchestra conducted by Marty Paich / Soon* (composed for the Broadway musical “Strike Up the Band” 1929: This Version (one of 131) 1961): [First live performance Margaret Schilling and Jerry Goff (January 14, 1930: First recording Victor Arden-Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra – Vocal Refrain by Lewis James, April 1930]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1961:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
9. 3:07 Will Potts’ Big Band / I Love You, Porgy* (Instrumental)* (composed for the Opera “Porgy & Bess” 1935: this version (one of 2148) 1959): [First live performance by Anne Wiggins Brown & Todd Duncan (September 30, 1935): First recording as an Instrumental track Aaron Bridgers 1950]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959:
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10. 2:05 Mark Murphy with Orchestra directed by Ralph Burns / Fascinating Rhythm* (Composed for the musical “Lady, Be Good!” 1924: This version (1 of 274) 1957): [First live performance by Fred Astaire, Adele Astaire & Cliff Edwards (November 17, 1924): First recording Carl Fenton’s Orchestra (December 11, 1924)]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1957:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
11. 2:27 Slim Gaillard and His Olympic Trackmen / Oh! Lady Be Good* (Composed for the Broadway musical “Lady, Be Good!: 1924: This version (1 of 470) 1952): [First live performance by Walter Catlett (November 17, 1924): First recording by Carl Fenton’s Orchestra (December 11, 1924)]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1952:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
12. 3:29 Doris Day with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra / A Foggy Day (In London Town)* (first featured in the film “A Damsel in Distress” 1937: This verrsion (1 of 387) 1957): [First theatrical release Fred Astaire on November 19, 1937: First recording release Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra 1937]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1957:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
13. 4:51 Sarah Vaughan / Embraceable You* (composed for the musical comedy “Girl Crazy.”: 1930: This version (1 of 625) 1955): [First live performance Ginger Rogers and Allen Kearns (September 29, 1930): First recording Majestic Dance Orchestra [LG] – Vocal Chorus Irving Kaufman (October 15, 1930)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1955:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
14. 3:21 Dakota Stanton / I Can’t Get Started* (Introduced in the Broadway revue “Ziegfeld Follies of 1936”: This version (1 of 481) 1960): [First live performance by Bob Hope (January 30, 1936): First recording by Red McKenzie and His Rhythm Kings (April 3, 1936)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1960:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
15. 3:09 Frank Sinatra / I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin* ((composed in 1934 for the Opera “Porgy & Bess” 1935: this version (one of 103) 1957): [First live performance by Todd Duncan (September 30, 1935): First recording and first release by Lawrence Tibbett (October 23, 1935 / 1935)]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1957:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
16. 2:31 Mark Murphy with Ralph Burns and his Orchestra / Little Jazz Bird* (composed for the musical “Lady, Be Good!”: 1924: This version (1 of 23) 1958): [First live performance by Cliff Edwards (November 17, 1924): First record release by The Honey Dreamers with the Elliot Lawrence Band (1956)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
17. 3:46 Ella Fitzgerald with Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra / The Real American Folk Song* (composed for the three-act musical comedy “Ladies First” (1918): This version (1 of 4) 1959): [First live performance by Nora Bayes (October 24, 1918): First Recording Ella Fitzgerald with Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra 1959
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
18. 2:45 Julie Andrews / He Loves And She Loves* (composed for the Broadway musical “Funny Face” 1927: This version (1 of 56) 1958): [First live performance by Adele Astaire & Allen Kearns (November 22, 1927): First recording Sylvia Sims: 1957]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958:
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19. 3:27 Sarah Vaughan / Aren’t You Kind Glad We Did* (Ira added lyrics to an unused George composition for the film “The Shocking Miss Pilgrim” 1947: This version (1 of 8) 1957): [First release by Judy Garland and Dick Haymes with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra (October 21, 1946)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1957:
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20. 3:34 Etta James / Someone To Watch Over Me* (Introduced in the stage musical “Oh, Kay!”: 1926: This version (one of 685) 1962): [First live performance by Gertrude Lawrence (November 8, 1926): First recording and first release by Gertrude Lawrence (October 29, 1926 / January 1927)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1962:
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Irving Berlin Songbook The Very Best of The: CD1: *ReMastered Tracks

Tracks: 25, total time: 72:20, year: 1930, genre: Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & ReMastering: NotNowMusic NOT2CD580 : 2015

S/N Time Song Title
1. 2:29 Fred Astaire / Let’s Face The Music And Dance*
2. 3:08 Ella Fitzgerald / Always*
3. 2:31 Howard Keel, Betty Hutton, Louis Calhern & Keenan Wynn / There’s No Buisiness Like Show Buisiness*
4. 2:47 Sarah Vaughan / Cheek To Cheek*
5. 3:00 Frank Sinatra / How Deep Is The Ocean*
6. 2:44 Dean Martin / I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm*
7. 2:28 Eydie Gorme / Be Careful, It’s My Heart*
8. 3:09 Ethel Merman & Ray Middleton / Anything You Can Do*
9. 5:50 Nina Simone / You Can Have Him*
10. 2:42 Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra / Easter Parade*
11. 2:52 Billie Holiday / He Ain’t Got Rhythm*
12. 2:28 Mary Martin / Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly*
13. 2:55 Coleman Hawkins 52nd Street All Stars / Say It Isn’t So*
14. 2:23 Al Jolson / Let Me Sing And I’m Happy*
15. 1:51 The McGuire Sisters / Blue Skies*
16. 3:00 Doris Day & Frank Sinatra / Let s Take An Old Fashioned Walk*
17. 2:55 Eddie Fisher / How About Me?*
18. 3:20 Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra / Marie*
19. 2:50 Mildred Bailey / You’re Laughing At Me*
20. 2:55 Gary Crosby & Friend / Play A Simple Melody*
21. 2:22 Irving Berlin / This Is The Army, Mr. Jones*
22. 2:31 Gordon MacRae / Steppin Out With My Baby*
23. 2:27 Ella Fitzgerald / It s A Lovely Day Today*
24. 3:05 Nat ‘King’ Cole / What’ll I Do*
25. 3:48 Fred Astaire / Top Hat, White Tie And Tails*

Gershwin Songbook: The Very Best Of The: CD1 *ReMastered Tracks (2018)

Tracks: 20, total time: 62:47, year: 1953, genre: Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & ReMastering: Not Now Music: 2018

S/N Time Song Title
1. 2:51 Al Martino with Orchestra conducted by Stanley Applebaum / Summertime* (composed in 1924 for the Opera “Porgy & Bess” 1935: this version (one of 2148) 1959): [first recording and first live performance: Abbie Mitchell: July 19 & Sept 30th 1935]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959:
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
2. 4:14 Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra / Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off* (composed in 1937 for the film “Shall We Dance”: this version (one of 117) 1957): [first recording: Fred Astaire with Johnny Green & His Orchestra: 1937}
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1957
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
3. 2:30 Sam Cooke / They Can’t Take That Away From Me* (composed in 1937 for the film “Shall We Dance”: this version (one of 533) recorded 1959): [first recording: Fred Astaire with Johnny Green & His Orchestra: 1937}
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
4. 2:17 Frank Sinatra / I’ve Got A Crush On You* (composed in 1928 for the musical “Treasure Girl”: This version (one of 221) recorded 1960): [first performed by Mary Hay and Clifton Webb: 1928]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1960
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
5. 3:53 Ella Fitzgerald with Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra / The Man I Love* (composed in 1924 for the production “Lady Be Good”: This version (one of 529) recorded 1959): [first performed by Adele Astaire: 1924 but dropped from the show after 2 weeks]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
6. 2:12 Dinah Washington with Nat Goodman and Orchestra / Love Walked In* (composed in 1938 for the musical “Goldwyn Folliesl”: This version (one of 276) recorded 1960): [first theatrical release and Recording: Kenny Baker 1938]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1960
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
7. 2:25 Mark Murphy with Ralph Burns and His Orchestra / I Got Rhythm* (composed in 1930 for the comedy musical “Girl Crazyl”: This version (one of 487) recorded 1958): [first performed by Ethel Merman: 1930: First Recording: Loring “Red” Nichols and His Orchestra – Vocal Chorus by Dick Robertson 1930]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
8. 3:06 Chet Baker / But Not For Me* (composed in 1930 for the comedy musical “Girl Crazyl”: This version (one of 591) recorded 1954): [First performed by Ginger Rodgers & Willie Howasrd 1930s: First recording by Lee Wiley with Max Kaminsky’s Orchestra 1930]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1954
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
9. 2:35 Connie Stevens / They All Laughed* (composed in 1937 for the film “Shall We Dance”: this version (one of 124) 1958): [first performed by Ginger Rodgers 1937: first recorded version Bing Crosby and Buddy Bregman 1956
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
10. 3:16 Louis Armstrong with Oscar Peterson & His Orchestra / I Was Doing All Right* (composed in 1937 for the musical “Goldwyn Folliesl”: This version (one of 56) recorded 1959): [first recording Ella Logan – Orchestra under direction of Bill Harty (December 30, 1937)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
11. 4:12 Nina Simone / I Loves You Porgy* (composed in 1924 for the Opera “Porgy & Bess” 1935: this version (one of 282) 1958): [First live performance and first recording by Anne Wiggins Brown & Todd Duncan September 30, 1935 & May 23, 1942 / 1943]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
12. 3:18 Sara Vaughan / I Won’t Say I Will (But I Won’t Say I Won’t)* (composed in 1923 for the “musical play” “Little Miss Bluebeard” 1923: this version 1957): [First live performance Irene Bortdoni 1923
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1957
Song research from sheet music dowenloaded @ https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/mmb-vp/3904/preview.jpg
13. 3:31 Ella Fitzgerald with Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra / ‘S Wonderful* (composed in 1927 for the musical “Funny Face” 1927: this version (1 of 469) 1959): [First live performance Adele Astaire & Allen Kearns 1927: First recording Frank Crummit 1927
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
14. 3:44 Doris Day with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra / Our Love Is Here To Stay* (composed in 1937 for the musical “Goldwyn Folliesl”: 1937: This version (one of 610) recorded 1958): [First recording by Ella Logan – Orchestra under direction of Bill Harty (December 30, 1937]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
15. 3:36 Sammy Davis Jnr with Orchestra directed by “Morty” Stevens / The Man That Got Away* (composed 1953 for the 1954 version of the film “A Star Is Born”: 1954: This version 1959): [Oscar Nominated Song as recorded by Judy Garland in 1953]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
16. 3:30 Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour & His Music / Somebody Loves Me* (from the film “George White’s Scandals”: 1924: This Version (1 of 248) 1955): [First live performance Winnie Lightner 1924: First recording and first release by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra 1924
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1955
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
17. 3:11 Ella Fitzgerald / (I’ve Got) Beginners Luck* (composed in 1937 for the film “Shall We Dance”: this version (one of 20) 1959): [First live performance Fred Astaire 1937: First recording Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1937]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
18. 2:41 Doris Day / Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block* (composed for the musical revue Life Begins at 8:40: 1934: This Version (1 of 21) 1958: [First live performance Dixie Dunbar and Earl Oxford 1934: First recording Richard Himber and His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra 1934
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1958
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
19. 4:19 Sarah Vaughan / My Man’s Gone Now* (composed for the Opera “Porgy & Bess” 1935: this version (one of 178) 1957): [First live performance Ruby Elzy 1935: First recording Ruby Elzy 1935 (but not eleased until more than 10 years after its recording)
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1957
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021
20. 1:31 Tony Bennett and Count Basie & His Orchestra / Strike Up The Band* (composed in 1927 for the musical “Strike Up The Band” 1927: This version (one of 173) 1959): [First live performance Max Hoffman 1927: First recording Victor Arden-Phil Ohman and Their Orchestra with Vocal Refrain 1930]
The date in the “Year” column is the date first performed (or, where available, composed), This version was recorded 1959
Song research from https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/2213/works during August 2021

Gershwin Songbook: The Very Best Of The: CD1 *ReMastered Tracks (2018)

Tracks: 20, total time: 62:47, year: 1924, genre: Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & ReMastering: Not Now Music: 2018

S/N Time Song Title
1. 2:51 Al Martino / Summertime*
2. 4:14 Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Armstrong / Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off*
3. 2:30 Sam Cooke / They Can’t Take That Away From Me*
4. 2:17 Frank Sinatra / I’ve Got A Crush On You*
5. 3:53 Ella Fitzgerald / The Man I Love*
6. 2:12 Dinah Washington / Love Walked In*
7. 2:25 Mark Murphy / I Got Rhythm*
8. 3:06 Chet Baker / But Not Fot Me*
9. 2:35 Connie Stevens / They All Laughed*
10. 3:16 Louis Armstrong / I Was Doing All Right*
11. 4:12 Nina Simone / I Loves You Porgy*
12. 3:18 Sara Vaughan / I Won’t Say I Will (But I Won’t Say I Won’t)*
13. 3:31 Ella Fitzgerald / ‘S Wonderful*
14. 3:44 Doris Day / Love Is Here To Stay*
15. 3:36 Sammy Davis Jnr. / The Man That Got Away*
16. 3:30 Peggy Lee / Somebody Loves Me*
17. 3:11 Ella Fitzgerald / (I’ve Got) Beginners Luck*
18. 2:41 Doris Day / Let’s Take A Walk Around The Block*
19. 4:19 Sarah Vaughan / My Man’s Gone Now*
20. 1:31 Tony Bennett / Strike Up The Band*