DISCOGRAPHY

For the most comprehensive discography visit G.E. Hewitt's database of Margaret's recordings by clicking here.

(Margaret Whiting's commercially released studio recordings are below)
(using Internet Explore - CTRL F to find song titles)

Capitol Singles                 EPs/LPs/CD                 Misc.  Singles/Recordings

 

Margaret Whiting/Billy Butterfield and his Orchestra | (Session #A-14) LA, July 21, 1942
Without love
My ideal

 

Freddie Slack and his Orchestra/Margaret Whiting | (Session #A-17-1) (C.P. MacGregor Studios) LA, July 31, 1942 (09:00-12:00 & 12:00-12:30)

That old black magic

 

Freddie Slack and his Orchestra/Margaret Whiting | Arr. by Frank Davenport-1, Karl Leaf-2. | (Session #10) LA, November 24, 1943

Silver wings in the moonlight

Ainít that just like a man

 

Margaret Whiting/Billy Butterfield and his orchestra | (Session #53) LA, September 18, 1944

But not for me

 

Margaret Whiting/Billy Butterfield and his orchestra | (Session #56) NYC, September 20, 1944

Someone to watch over me

Moonlight in Vermont

There goes that song again

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra conducted by Paul Weston | (Session #170) LA, June 29, 1945

How deep is the ocean

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra conducted by Paul Weston | (Session #182) LA, July 30, 1945

It might as well be Spring

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra conducted by Carl Kress | (Session #217) (Radio Station WMCA Studio) NYC, December 10, 1945

In love in vain

All through the day

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Frank DeVol, incl. strings. | (Session #250) NYC, January 12, 1946

Canít help loviní dat man

Bill

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Paul Weston.| (Session #253) (Capitol Studios) NYC, February 17, 1946

Come rain or come shine

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Jerry Gray and his Orchestra | (Session #266) NYC, May 24, 1946

When you make love to me

Along with me

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra conducted by Jerry Gray | (Session #351) NYC, August 1, 1946

Passť

For you, for me, forevermore

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Jerry Gray and his Orchestra | (Session #417) LA, October 9, 1946

Guilty

Oh but I do

My future just passed

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Paul Weston and his Orchestra, incl. strings | (Session #422) LA, October 16, 1946

Time after time

Beware my heart

If I had you

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Paul Weston and his Orchestra | (Session #425) LA, October 16, 1946

I get a kick out of you

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Paul Weston and his Orchestra, incl. strings | (Session #435) LA, November 1, 1946

Look for the silver lining

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #444) LA, November 25, 1946

I didnít know what time it was

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #449) LA, December 6, 1946

Lover

My romance

My heart stood still

What am I gonna do about you?

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Paul Weston and his Orchestra, incl. fl & strings | (Session #510) LA, January 3, 1947

April showers

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank DeVol and his Orchestra | (Session #531) (Radio Recorders) LA, February 12, 1947 (20:00-23:30)

Little girl blue

Spring isnít everything

My funny Valentine

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #577) LA, April 10, 1947

Ask anyone who knows

Old devil moon

Thou swell

This canít be love

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with prob. Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #604) LA, May 13, 1947

You do

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #612) LA, May 22, 1947

What are you doing New Yearís Eve?

Donít tell me

You do (remake)

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #669) LA, August 14, 1947

So far

Lazy countryside

 

BENNY GOODMAN with PAUL WESTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA:

Benny Goodman (cl) Johnny Mercer, Peggy Lee, Margaret Whiting (vocals) & The Pied Pipers (June Hutton, Chuck Lowry, Hal Hopper, Clark Yocum) (vocal group) with Orchestra dir. by Paul Weston: Ray Woods, Charlie Griffard, Zeke Zarchy, George Seaberg (tp) Allan Thompson, Bill Schaefer, Elmer Smithers (tb) Fred Stulce, Matty Matlock, Herbie Haymer, Hap Lawson, Len Hartman (saxes) Milt Raskin (p) George Van Eps (g) Jack Ryan (b) Nick Fatool (dm) & 7 violins | (Session #695) LA, September 12, 1947

The freedom train

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) & The Pied Pipers (vocal group) with Paul Weston and his Orchestra (prob. same band as above) | (Session #695) LA, September 12, 1947

God bless America

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) & The Crew Chiefs (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #723) LA, October 8, 1947

Letís be sweethearts again

Pass that peace pipe

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #803) LA, November 25, 1947

But beautiful

Heís funny that way

Whatís good about goodbye?

Youíre an old smoothie

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) wih Frank De Vol and his Orchestra, incl. strings | (Session #811) LA, November 30, 1947

Now is the hour

Thereís something about midnight

When is sometime

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra, incl. strings | (Session #854) LA, December 9, 1947

Please donít kiss me

St. Louis blues

My own true love

Itís you or no one

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #901) LA, December 23, 1947

(Iíve got the) Gypsy in my soul

Nobody but you

What did I do?

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra, incl. strings | (Session #913) LA, December 26, 1947

Iím sorry but Iím glad

Every time I meet you

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra & The Crew Chiefs (vocal chorus) | (Session #927) LA, December 30, 1947

Heat wave

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on band track by Frank De Vol and his Orchestra, incl. strings | (Session #996) (Radio Recorders) LA, May 25, 1948 | Note: Band track was recorded in London.

A tree in the meadow

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) & The Crew Chiefs (vocal chorus) overdubbed on band track by Frank De Vol and his Orchestra (from session #1053 - Sept. 1948, probably in Mexico) | (Session #1053-B) LA, October 1, 1948

Far away places

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on band track from session #1087 | (Session #1087-A) LA, December 30, 1948

My dream is yours

 

Margaret Whiting, Jack Smith (vocals) overdubbed on band tracks from session #1110 | (Session #1110-B) LA, December 21, 1948

Make a miracle

 

Margaret Whiting, Jack Smith (vocals) overdubbed on band track by Paul Weston and his Orchestra | (Session #1111-B) LA, December 21, 1948

Frankie and Johnny

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank DeVol and his Orchestra | (Session #1120) LA, December 23, 1948

While the angelus was ringing

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank DeVol and his Orchestra, feat. The Crew Chiefs (vocal group-1) | (Session #1171) LA, January 27, 1949

Forever and ever

A dreamer without a penny

Great guns

Comme ci, comme Áa

 

Margaret Whiting, Jack Smith (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1178) LA, February 2, 1949

Itís a big, wide wonderful world

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on band track by Frank De Vol and his Orchestra (from master 3989 - session #1206) | (Session #1206-A) LA, February 24, 1949

The story of my life

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra, incl. strings, & The Jeff Alexander Singers | (Session #1222) LA, March 10, 1949

A wonderful guy

Younger than Springtime

 

Johnny Mercer, Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Paul Weston and his Orchestra, incl. tps, tbs, reeds, p, g, b, dm | (Session #1235) LA, March 18, 1949

Baby, itís cold outside

 

Johnny Mercer, Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Paul Weston and his Orchestra, incl. tp, reeds, p, g, b, dm & strings, Paul Weston (arr) | (Session #1238) LA, March 23, 1949

I never heard you say

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1262) LA, April 7, 1949

A cockeyed optimist

It happens every Spring

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra (prob. same as below) | (Session #1342) LA, May 21, 1949

Letís take an old-fashioned walk

Paris wakes up and smiles

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra, incl. vocal group-1 | (Session #1381) LA, June 23, 1949

Itís a most unusual day

Dime a dozen

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on band track from session #1381 | (Session #1381-A) LA, July 15, 1949

Whirlwind

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Buddy Cole (org) & Orchestra (possible conducted by Nelson Riddle) | (Session #1394) LA, July 20, 1949

Wedding bells

Slippiní around

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) & The Mellomen (vocal group-1) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1470) LA, September 2, 1949

Festival of roses

Mistletoe kiss polka

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) overdubbed on band tracks from previous session | (Session #1470-A) LA, September 6, 1949

Have yourself a merry little Christmas

Three rivers

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Buddy Cole and Orchestra | (Session #1484) LA, September 26, 1949

Iíll never slip around again

Six times a week and twice on Sunday

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1527) LA, October 21, 1949

The sun is always shining somewhere (w/The Mellowmen)

Sorry

 

Margaret Whiting, Bob Hope (vocals) with Billy May and his Orchestra | (Session #1535) (Capitol Melrose Studios) LA, November 3, 1949

Lucky us

Ainít we got fun?

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Orchestra | (Session #1537) LA, November 3, 1949

Broken down merry-go-round

Foolís paradise

The Gods were angry with me

 

Promotional recording incl. excerpts from ďJingle bellsĒ and from recording by Margaret Whiting | (Session #1559) LA, December, 1949

Seasonís greetings from Capitol 1949 - Capitol  (promo) (10 in. record)

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on track by Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1575-A) LA, December 21, 1949

Why do you say those things (that hurt me so)

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1589) LA, January 10, 1950

I said my pajamas

Be mine

Sure thing

Solid as a rock

Dream peddlerís serenade

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1523) LA, February 25, 1950

Shawl of Galway Grey

Stay with the happy people

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on band track from previous session | (Session #1523-A) LA, February 27, 1950

My foolish heart

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with ? | (Session #1557) LA, March 1, 1950

Letís go to church next Sunday morning

Close your pretty eyes

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1724) LA, April 26, 1950

Iíve gotta get out of the habit

A razz a-ma-tazz

 

Orchestra arranged & conducted by Billy May - Edwin ďBuddyĒ Cole (p) Alvino Rey (g) | (Session #1727 (Capitol Melrose Studios) LA, April 28, 1950 (14:00-17:00)

Voice: Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on. | (Session #1727-A) LA, April 29, 1950

Note: issued on some releases as by Margaret Whiting with Lou Busch and his Orchestra

If you were only mine

 

Margaret Whiting, Bob Hope (vocals) & The Starlighters (vocal group) with Billy May and his Orchestra | (Session #1751) (Capitol Melrose Studios) LA, May 11, 1950 (15:00-18:00)

Home cookiní

Blind date

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with The Les Baxter Orchestra and Chorus, dir. by Frank De Vol | (Session #1795) LA, July 7, 1950

Youíre mine you

Over and over and over

Once you find your guy

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Joe ďFingersĒ Carr (p) and his Orchestra & Gillette & The Peppers (vo-1) | (Session #1796) LA, July 5, 1950

Letís do it again

 

Dean Martin-1, Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Frank DeVol | (Session #1797) (Capitol Melrose Studios) LA, July 6, 1950 (13:00-16:30).

Iíve forgotten you

Iím in love with you

Donít rock that boat, dear

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) overdubbed on band track by Orchestra dir. by Frank De Vol | (Session #1797-A) LA, July 7, 1950

Friendly star

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra conducted by Frank De Vol | (Session #1903) LA, September 12, 1950

The best thing for you

Iíve never been in love before

The moon was yellow (and the night was young)

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Frank De Vol Orchestra & The Foy Willing Quartet (vocals) | (Session #1906) LA, September 13, 1950

A bushel and a peck

Beyond the reef

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with unidentified Orchestra | (Session #1917) LA, September 20, 1950

Silver bells

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with unidentified Orchestra | (Session #1918) LA, September 22, 1950

Christmas candy

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #1961) LA, October 27, 1950

A man ainít nothiní but a wolf

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with prob. Paul Sells and Orchestra | (Session #2010) (Capitol Melrose Studios) LA, December 27, 1950

Easter parade

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Billy May (same band) | (Session #2031) (Capitol Melrose Studios) LA, January 20, 1951 (16:00-19:00)

Faithful

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Frank De Vol | (Session #2037) LA, January 26, 1951

Lonesome gal

Sing you sinners

You are the one

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Lou Busch | (Session #2109) LA, March 21, 1951

Note: 7328 & 7329 were recorded in reverse order.7331 is listed on F3509 as with Buddy Cole Orchestra.

We kiss in a shadow

Make the man love me

Something wonderful

Hello, young lovers

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Orchestra | (Session #2115) LA, March 22, 1951

Till we meet again

Star of hope

When you and I were young Maggie blues

Why am I losing you

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Lou Busch | (Session #2164) LA, May 9, 1951

This little piggie went to market

The end of a love affair

Everlasting

River road two-step:

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Frank De Vol | (Session #2166) LA, May 10, 1951

Hoppy, Topper and me

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Lou Busch and his Orchestra | (Session #2194) LA, June 14, 1951

Good morning Mr. Echo

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Lou Busch and his Orchestra | (Session #2280) LA, August 8, 1951

And so to sleep again

Beer barrel polka

More! More! More!

Round and Ďround

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Orchestra | (Session #2144) LA, August 27, 1951

Letís live a little

I donít want to be free

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Lou Busch and his Orchestra | (Session #2342) LA, October 10, 1951

If I can love you in the morning

Thatís for sure

Oops!

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Orchestra | (Session #2488) LA, January 14, 1952

I learned to love you too late

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Orchestra (possible same as below) | (Session #2489) (Capitol Melrose Stusdios) LA, January 14, 1952

Give me more, more, more of your kisses

Let Old Mother Nature have her way

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Lou Busch | (Session #2506) LA, January 25, 1952

I could write a book

Iíll walk alone

The isle of Skye

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Lou Busch | (Session #2507) LA, January 25, 1952

Try me one more time

Foggy river

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra conducted by Lou Busch | (Session #2730) LA, August 19, 1952

Outside of heaven

Alone together

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Lou Busch and his Orchestra | (Session #2818) LA, October 29, 1952

Moonlight in Vermont

Why donít you believe me

Come back to me, Johnny

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Lou Busch Orchestra and Chorus | (Session #2861) LA, December 23, 1952

The singing bells

Take care, my love

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Orchestra | (Session #2939) LA, February 24, 1953

Gomen Nasai (Forgive me)

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Buddy Cole and his Orchestra | (Session #2980) LA, June 17, 1953

My heart knows

When love goes wrong

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle | (Session #3033) LA, May 4, 1953

Something wonderful happens

Where did he go

 

Margaret Whiting, Jimmy Wakely (vocals) with Buddy Cole and his Orchestra | (Session #3067) LA, June 18, 1953

The Tennessee church bells

Thereís a silver moon on the Golden Gate

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle | (Session #3088) LA, July 2, 1953

I just love you

Waltz me to the blues

The night holds no fear

C.O.D.

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle | (Session #3282) LA, January 5, 1954

Itís nice to have you home

I speak to the stars

 

 Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle | (Session #3459) LA, June 9, 1954

Joey

Ask me!

An affair of the heart

How long has it been?

All I want is all there is and then some

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle | (Session #3476) LA, July 1, 1954

Can this be love

 

Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle, feat. Margaret Whiting | (Session #3580) LA, November 5, 1954

My own true love (Taraís theme)

My son, my son

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Chorus & Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle | (Session #3695) LA, February 10, 1955

Allah be praisíd

Stowaway

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra dir. by Dave Cavanaugh | (Session #3845) LA, June 22, 1955

A man

Mamaís pearls

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #3862) LA, August 11, 1955

I hadnít anyone till you

They didnít believe me

Like someone in love

Remind me

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #3918) LA, July 21, 1955

I love a mystery

Lover, lover, never leave me

I kiss you a million times

Back in your own backyard

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with ? | (Session #3942) LA, August 22, 1955

Why shouldnít I?

Bidiní my time

Sometimes Iím happy

A young manís fancy

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra | (Session #3962) LA, September 2, 1955

Day in, day out

Love can happen anytime

Letís fall in love

I got lost in his arms

Iíve told evíry little star

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with ? | (Session #4285) LA, March 23, 1956

Old enough

Second time in love

Haunting love

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with possible Orchestra arranged & conducted by Nelson Riddle | (Session #4398) LA, June 6, 1956

True love

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Billy May and his Orchestra | (Session #4550) (Capitol Tower) LA, September 19, 1956 (20:30-24:00)

The partyís over

Maybe I love him

Spring in Maine

The money tree

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with Orchestra conducted by Skip Martin | (Session #4797) LA, 1957

Tippy toe

Kisses

 

Margaret Whiting (vocals) with prob. Orchestra conducted by Ralph Carmichael | (Session #10280) LA, September 12, 1961

Who can? You can!

On second thought

 

EPs / LPs / CDs

Capitol / (1950 - 1956)

Sings Rodgers And Hart

Cover image of Sings Rodgers And Hart 1950  
I Didn't Know What Time It Was | My Romance | This Can't Be Love | My Heart Stood Still | Thou Swell | Little Girl Blue | My Funny Valentine | Lover | (10" album)

Margaret Whiting Sings

Cover image of Margaret Whiting Sings wanted 1950  
Old Devil Moon | Guilty | Gypsy In My Heart | April Showers | It Might As Well Be Spring | My Ideal | Heat Wave | Look For The Silver Lining | (10" album)

Love Songs

Cover image of Love Songs 1955  
Moonlight In Vermont | Tree In The Meadow | It Might As Well Be Spring | My Ideal | Wonderful Guy | You're An Old Smoothie | Younger Than Springtime | He's Funny That Way | I've Never Been In Love Before | If I Had You | Come Rain Or Come Shine | Bill

Sings For The Starry-Eyed

Cover image of Sings For The Starry-Eyed 1956  
Why Shouldn't I | Like Someone In Love | I've Told Ev'ry Little Star | Let's Fall In Love | Day In Day Out | Love Can Happen Anytime | I Got Lost In His Arms | They Didn't Believe Me | Sometimes I'm Happy Sometimes I'm Blue | Remind Me | I Hadn't Anyone Till You | Young Man's Fancy

Dot / (1958 - 1960)

Goin' Places

Cover image of Goin' Places 1958  
Gypsy In My Soul | Sentimental Journey | Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home | I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town | Gone With The Wind | Runnin' Wild | Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea | Over The Rainbow | Hit The Road To Dreamland | East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon) | Song Of The Wanderer | Home

Margaret  

Cover image of Margaret 1958  
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry | Anytime | Blues Stay Away From Me | I Love You Because | Tennessee Waltz | Cold Cold Heart | I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) (-/74) | Crying In The Chapel | Your Cheatin' Heart | Half As Much | Mansion On The Hill | Bouquet Of Roses

Margaret Whiting's Great Hits

Cover image of Margaret Whiting's Great Hits 1959  
It Might As Well Be Spring | Tree In The Meadow | Wonderful Guy | Baby It's Cold Outside | That Old Black Magic | Moonlight In Vermont | Now Is The Hour | Slipping Around | My Ideal | Come Rain Or Come Shine | Guilty | Let's Go To Church

Ten Top Hits

Cover image of Ten Top Hits 1959  
Morgen | Lavender Blue | I've Been There | Till There Was You | Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches) | Broken Hearted Melody | I Loves You Porgy | What A Diff'rence A Day Made | I Only Have Eyes For You | My Wish Came True

Just A Dream

Cover image of Just A Dream 1960  
That's Why I Was Born | Kill Me With Kisses | Waiting Game | There Are Such Things | I'm Alone Because I Love You | Top Of The Moon | Just A Dream | Speak For Yourself John | Pretty Eyed Baby | I Cried For You | Hot Spell | You'll Never Know

Verve / (1960)

Broadway Right Now with Mel Torme

Cover image of Broadway Right Now 1960  
Fireworks | Make Someone Happy | Tall Hopes | I Loved You Once In Silence | Cry Like The Wind | Hey Look Me Over | All You Need Is A Quater | If Ever I Would Leave You | Our Language Of Love | From A Prison | What's New At The Zoo | Medley From Wildcat

Sings The Jerome Kern Songbook

Cover image of Sings The Jerome Kern Songbook 1960  
Why Was I Born | Remind Me | Song Is You | I Won't Dance | Don't Ever Leave Me | I'm Old Fashioned | All In Fun | Why Do I Love You | Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man | Fine Romance | Look For The Silver Lining | All The Things You Are

Poor Pierrot | Smoke Gets In Your Eyes | Let's Begin | D'ye Love Me | Dearly Beloved | Long Ago (And Far Away) | Way You Look Tonight | You Couldn't Be Cuter | Yesterdays | Bill | She Didn't Say Yes | Touch Of Your Hand


MGM / (1961)

Past Midnight

Cover image of Past Midnight 1961  
By Myself | But Not For Me | Twelve Past Midnight | Sing For Your Supper | Mean To Me | People Will Say We're In Love | Just One Of Those Things | Blue Room | Ballad Of The Sad Young Men | They Can't Take That Away From Me | My Old Flame | At Long Last Love

(with Russ Garcia and Marty Paich Orchestras while at Verve, released by MGM)


London / (1965 - 1968)

The Wheel of Hurt

Cover image of Maggie Isn't Margaret Anymore 1966  
Wheel Of Hurt | You Don't Have To Say You Love Me | World Inside Your Arms | Winchester Cathedral | Somewhere There's Love | Where Do I Stand | It Hurts To Say Goodbye | Time After Time | Show Me A Man | You Won't Be Sorry Baby | Nothing Lasts Forever | But Why

Maggie Isn't Margaret Anymore

Cover image of The Wheel Of Hurt 1967  
Only Love Can Break A Heart | There's A Kind Of Hush | My Cup Runneth Over | Just Like A Man | By Now | I Remember You | This Is My Song | Somethin' Stupid | Here To Stay | Because | If This Is Goodbye

Pop Country

Cover image of Pop Country 1968  
I Hate To See Me Go | Release Me | I Love You So Much It Hurts | I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) | I Can't Stop Loving You | I Almost Called Your Name | You Don't Know Me | Gentle On My Mind | It Keeps Right On A Hurtin' | Am I Losing You

Audiophile / (1982 - 1985)

Too Marvelous For Words

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My Ideal | Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home | Love Among The Young | I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans | My Future Just Passed | Sleepy Time Gal | You Go Your Way | Something's Gotta Give | Old Flame Never Dies | They're Either Too Young Or Too Old | Can't Teach My Old Heart New Tricks | On The Good Ship Lollipop | You Grow Sweeter As The Years Go By | Have You Got Any Castles Baby | Something You Never Had Before/magic Moment | She's Funny That Way | Day In Day Out | Guilty | One For My Baby /blues In | Make The Man Love Me | Namely You | Trouble Is A Man | Too Marvelous For Words | I Remember You

Come A Little Closer

Cover image of Come A Little Closer 1982 
You'd Better Love Me | Gentleman Is A Dope | Come A Little Closer | I'd Like To Hate Myself In The Morning | I Can't Give You Anything But Love | I Get A Kick Out Of You | I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love | I Don't Need You | On Second Thought | People That You Never Get To Love | Hard Hearted Hannah | Speak Low | After The Holidays

The Lady's In Love With You

Cover image of The Lady's In Love With You 1985 
Lady's In Love With You | Nice Work If You Can Get It | Boy What Love Has Done To Me | I've Heard That Song Before | I Get Along Without You Very Well | You Turned The Tables On Me | Being Alive | My Favorite Year | Little Jazz Bird | Last Night When We Were Young | Cockeyed Optimist | Take A Bite | I'll Remember April

DRG / (1990)

Then and Now

Cover image of My Ideal 1990  
I Fought Every Step of the Way | Moonlight in Vermont | That Old Black Magic | It Might As Well Be Spring | The Lies Of Handsome Men | The Coffee Shoppe | Hell of a Way to Run A Love Affair | I Got Lost in His Arms/The Best Thing for You | Our Little Day | Blame It On My Youth/Young and Foolish | Can't Teach My Old Heart New Tricks | My Best Friend | What Is A Man / Bewitched, Bothered and  Bewildered | Old Devil Moon | Now That I Have Everything

MISC. SINGLES/GUEST RECORDINGS

 

London Singles (1965-1970)
(available on Real Gone Music release 136)
Let's Pretend | Faithfully | Can't Get You Out of My Mind | Maybe Just One More | Where Was I | Love's The ONly Answer | At The Edge of the Ocean | Love Has A Way | Z Theme Live Goes On | Until It's Time For You To Go | I'll Tell Him Today | The Wheel of Hurt German Version | Nothing Lasts Forever German Version

(available on Real Gone Music release 137)
I'm Losing My Mind | Boys Fall In Love | The Heart Of A Sailor | Believe In Me


The Big Band Cavalcade Concert (recorded live in 1972 with Frankie Carle, Bob Crosby, Freddy Martin)
Nothing Like it | Where Do I Begin/What Are You Doing The Rest of Your Life | Never Can Say Goodbye | It Might As Well Be Spring/Slippin' Around/Come Rain or Come Shine | Songs My Father Taught Me (Richard A. Whiting Medley)


Reader's Digest Music / Songbird Sessions
My Funny Valentine | Fly Me To The Moon | I Only Have Eyes For You | That Old Black Magic | Till We Meet Again | Where Or When | It Might As Well Be Spring | A Tree In The Meadow | The Money Tree | Tea For Two (w/Ed Ames)


Painted Smiles / Ben Bagley Recordings (from five "revisted" recordings)
Boy Wanted (w/ Mary McCarty)| I Wish I Didn't Love You So | If Love Remains | In Our United State (w/Danny Meehan) | It's Great To Be Alive | Let's Take Advantage of Now | Poppa Don't Preach To Me | Spring Will Be A Little Late (w/Johnny Desmond) | Sweet River | Wishing


Taking My Turn (Cast Album 1983)
Fine For The Shape I'm In (w/Cissy Houston and Marni Nixon | In April | It Still Isn't Over (w/Ted Thurston)


DREAM: The Lost Recordings (Sepia Records 2016)
(
The Barry Wood Show transcriptions)
Honey | Skylark | Taking A Chance On Love | Confessin' | I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You | It's Got To Be Love | The Man I Love | You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To | Soon | Easy To Love | Maybe | S'posin | Put That Kiss Back Where You Found It | And The Angels Sing | You Made Me Love You | Embraceable You | More Than You Know | Heart & Soul | Exactly Like You | Now It Can Be Told | These Foolish Things | The Very Thought Of You | I've Got You Under My Skin | Two Sleepy People | It Had To Be You | Where Am I \ Don't Blame Me | What's The Use of Wond'rin | Through A Thousand Dreams | Surprise Party | I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart | Georgia On My Mind | I'll Be Around | Stormy Weather | It's Easy To Remember | Little White Lies | How Come You DO Me Like You Do | Serenade In Blue | I'll Be Seeing You | Music, Maestro, Please | Lover Come Back To Me | I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good | Some Of These Days | Can't We Be Friends? | It's Funny To Everyone But Me | Laughing On The Outside | It's The Talk Of The Town | Memories Of You | If I Love Again | I Ain't Got Nobody | There'll Be Some Changes Made | Changing My Tune | It's Anybody's Spring | September Song | There's A Small Hotel | Isn't It Romantic | Dream


 

A Cabaret Christmas (Audiophile)
Christmas Waltz

Cole Porter - Centennial Concert Gala
I Get A Kick Out Of You

John Meyer - "The Beast In Me"
It's All For You

John Meyer - The Betrayal of Nora Blake
There's A Man In My Life

Alias Jimmy Valentine
I'm Getting Off Here

Loonis McGlohon - We Wish You A Merry Christmas (Audiophile)
White Christmas
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Loonis McGlohon - A Christmas Memory (Audiophile)
Silver Bells

Portia Nelson: This Life
Gentle Love

Martin Charnin: Incurably Romantic
Hey Love

Babbie Green Lockett-Palmer: In Nobody's Shadow
For The Moment

Bill Daugherty: Souveniers
Let's Take An Old Fashioned Walk

Bill Daugherty: Look To The Rainbow
A Fine Romance

Gary Kline: Lucky
Send In The Clowns/This Nearly Was Mine

Al Lerner - Elegy Soundtrack
Loneliness Ends With Love