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Ms. Coll. 860

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Evans, Ray, 1915-2007
Title:
Ray Evans papers
Date [inclusive]:
1921-2012
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 860
Extent:
155 boxes
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Ray Evans papers comprise materials documenting his career as the lyricist for the songwriting team of Livingston and Evans. The collection contains correspondence, sheet music, lyrics and scripts, press clippings, audio and visual recordings, photographs, programs, awards, memorabilia, and art work. Also included are personal mementoes, including some from his time as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania.
Cite as:
Ray Evans papers, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.
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Biography/History

Ray Evans (4 February 1915-15 February 2007) was the lyricist of the songwriting team Livingston & Evans. They composed more than 700 songs, most of which were written for movies and TV shows. They won Oscars for the songs "Buttons and bows," "Mona Lisa," and "Que sera, sera." They also composed "Silver bells," as well as the theme songs for the television series Bonanza and  Mr. Ed.

Ray Evans was born and grew up in Salamanca, New York. His parents were Philip and Frances (Lisitz) Evans; he had one sister, Doris, who was married to Alexander Feinberg. Evans graduated first from his high school. His eloquence and affinity for words was noticed early on. The Seneca High School yearbook from 1931 states: "His original themes and brilliant oral talks are the despair of his classmates. Ray's quite a humorist, too. At times, his satire is positively killing."

In 1931 Evans enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business (W'36). His songwriting partner Jay Livingston entered the University one year later to study journalism (C'37). They met at the Beta Sigma Rho fraternity and at the University's college dance orchestra, "The Continentals." This orchestra was engaged by international cruise ships during vacation times. Evans played the clarinet and the saxophone; Livingston played the piano and conducted. They started improvising songs together. After graduating, Livingston and Evans continued their musical endeavors and aimed for a career as a songwriting team on New York's Tin Pan Alley.

Their first success came with an audition for the comedians Olsen and Johnson in 1939. Livingston and Evans's song "G'Bye now," copyrighted in 1940, made it into the successful Broadway show Hellzapoppin’. The song became a hit in 1941 and proved to be the starting point of a successful songwriting career. Hollywood followed. After a temporary interruption due to the war, Livingston and Evans moved to Los Angeles in 1944. They signed a contract with Paramount Studios in 1945 and wrote songs for movies, such as  To each his own ("To each his own," 1946),  The paleface ("Buttons and bows," 1948),  The lemon drop kid ("Silver bells," 1950),  Captain Carey, U.S.A. ("Mona Lisa," 1950), and  The man who knew too much ("Que sera, sera," 1956). They later worked for Universal Studios, Warner Bros., 20th Century Fox, and Universal International. They also collaborated on two Broadway musicals,  Oh, captain! and  Let it ride!.  Oh, captain! opened on Broadway on 4 February 1958, and closed after five months.  Let it ride! opened October 1961 and closed after 68 performances in December of the same year.

Ray Evans and Jay Livingston, who died in 2001, were a song-writing team for life. They continuously received honors and awards, among which were three Oscars and four more nominations for the Academy Award. About twenty-six of their songs sold over one million copies. Livingston and Evans were honored with the prestigious Aggie Award. Their song "Mona Lisa," as performed by Nat "King" Cole, was voted into The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame. For "Silver bells" and "Mona Lisa" they received special awards by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Livingston and Evans each received a star on the Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame. The Young Musicians Foundation presented them with "A Lifetime Achievement Award." Many more honors and awards were given to them, including the key to the city of Los Angeles.

On a personal level, probably in 1945, Evans met his wife Wyn Ritchie. Wyn was the daughter of English musical actors. She worked in the film industry, acted, and was interested in the arts and in writing. Wyn and Ray were married 19 April 1947. In the early 1950s the couple built a house; it received much attention in the press and earned them and the architect William Sutherland Beckett an "Architectural Record Award of Excellence for House Design." Wyn was fourteen years older than Ray. The childless couple was married for fifty-six years until Wyn's death in 2003. Ray Evans died in Los Angeles in 2007.

Scope and Contents

The Ray Evans papers comprise a variety of materials dating from circa 1921 to 2007. Most documents span the years 1940 to 2007 and reflect his professional life as a songwriter. The papers were part of Evans's legacy as preserved by the Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation. The University of Pennsylvania acquired them in 2011.

The core of the papers revolves around Ray Evans's lyrics in the form of sheet music, recordings, press clippings, awards, and correspondence. The collection of sheet music is truly comprehensive; it consists of individual printed scores and copies of each score bound in several volumes. The theme song for "Bonanza," "Que sera, sera," "Silver bells," "Tammy," and other works are available in different arrangements, varying editions, and multiple languages.

Evans collected more than 600 commercial recordings featuring his songs, the earliest dating from 1945. They include original-cast albums and feature singers such as Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Betty Hutton, Dinah Shore, Sophia Loren, among others. Most of the recordings are analog sound discs, including 10-inch 78s, 7-inch "singles" and "extended play" records, and 12-inch vinyl records. There are also some cassette tapes and digital sound discs.

Non-commercial audio and visual recordings are made up of unpublished and pre-published commercial recordings, studio recordings, radio airchecks, concert and event recordings, and interviews as well as copies of commercial recordings. They date from 1944-2012 and are comprised of analog sound discs, compact discs, tape reels, sound cassettes (analog and digital), video cassettes, digital video discs, a film reel, and a hard disk drive of audio files.

Evans kept numerous press clippings pertaining to his songs. They fill several scrapbooks and 234 folders and include reviews, announcements, hit-parade charts, and other articles. Most of the original clippings have been replaced by laminated photocopies.

While the collection contains many awards—among them the Aggie Award, gold records, Academy Award nomination certificates, and honorary plaques—it does not include any Oscars. They remain at the Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation.

The correspondence is another important source shedding light on Ray Evans's professional life. Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney, Bob Hope, Betty Hutton, Jay Livingston, Henry Mancini, and Paramount Pictures Corporation are among the correspondents. Yet, considering that most of his songs were written for movies, the correspondence with major film production companies is scarce. Also, many letters and telegrams are only available in the form of photocopies. Only a few letters reflect his correspondence with family members.

Not all of his lyrics are preserved in their original form in this collection. Only one Academy Award nominated song is included: "Tammy." Evans wrote most of his lyrics in typescript and annotated them by hand in ink or pencil; some of his lyrics, however, are autographs. The collection includes the typescript of "Silver bells" with the originally title, "Tinkle bells." Evans changed the first word after he was made aware of its double meaning.

The papers also include memorabilia, such as diaries, Evans's birth certificate, his clarinet, his high school yearbook, the senior thesis he wrote for the University of Pennsylvania, his marriage license, and his eye-glasses. There are no financial records preserved in this collection, except for some incomplete lists of song earning statements.

The Ray Evans papers also include a large amount of photographs. They fill 29 boxes. A few photographs are from Paramount Studios and from early cruises where Evans played in the band. There are also a few pictures from his childhood and of his mother. Most of the pictures are travel photographs that he and his wife took. The couple completed several world-wide trips. In addition to traveling they also enjoyed modern art and designs. Some of the artwork they acquired can be found in this collection. Items include works by Jean Charlot, by Herman Sachs, and by Georg Schrimpf.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2011

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Finding aid prepared by Juliette L. Appold; additions and editing by John F. Anderies

Sponsor

Processing of the collection and preparation of the register were made possible through a grant from the Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation.

Revision Description

Non-commercial audio-visual recordings were added and the entire finding aid was edited to comply with DACS amd RDA rules for music materials.  2014

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use; however, access to original audio/visual materials and computer files (located in Series X and Xa) is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Much of the audio is freely available via the Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift, Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation, 2011.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At the University of Pennsylvania: Wyn Ritchie Evans papers, 1900-2003

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Awards
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Correspondence
  • Machine-readable artifacts
  • Manuscripts, American--20th century
  • Musicals
  • Photographs
  • Scripts
  • Sheet music
  • Songs--Texts
  • Sound recordings
Subject(s)
  • Lyricists
  • Motion picture music
  • Popular music--20th century
  • Popular music--Writing and publishing--20th century

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Collection Inventory

I.  Correspondence.

Scope and Contents note

This series comprises original and photocopied letters. Some letters are laminated. The letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Box Folder

Abbott, George, 1939-1941.

1 1

Aberbach, Julian, 1971.

1 2

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1951-2000.

1 3

Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation, 2000.

1 4

Adamson, Harold, 1979.

1 5

Adamson, Jack (President of KBIG Radio Station), 1980.

1 6

Aldrich, Robert, 1957.

1 7

Alexander, Van, 2007.

1 8

Alsbrook, Adlophus J., 1940-1958.

1 9

Alvarez, Patrica, 1979.

1 10

American Cancer Society, 1979.

1 11

American Film Institute, 2004.

1 12

American Guild of Authors and Composers, 1948-1975.

1 13

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, 1945-2005.

1 14

Andrews, Julie, 2003.

1 15

Ansaldo, Carlos, 1987.

1 16

Asher, Irving, 1951.

1 17

Asthma and Allergy Foundation, 2000.

1 18

Bach, Steven, 1976.

1 19

Bailey, Pearl, 1957-1983.

1 20

Barkoff, Edward, 1957.

1 21

Barnes, Daniel Ramon, 1952.

1 22

BBC Scotland, 2001.

1 23

Beilenson, Anthony C., 1977-1997.

1 24

Benedict, Gail, 1964.

1 25

Bennett, Tony, 2000.

1 26

Beta Sigma Rho, 1950-1958.

1 27

Beverly Hills (Calif.), 2003.

1 28

Blackton, Jack, 1957.

1 29

Blum, Mert, 1955.

1 30

Bob Hope's Foundation, 1951.

1 31

Bowman, John W., 1959.

1 32

Brabec. Todd, 2007.

1 33

Brascia, John, 1958.

1 34

Brisco, Robert, 1957.

1 35

Britt, Leo, 1958.

1 36

Brown, Edmund G. (Edmund Gerald), 1982.

1 37

Brown, John, 1972.

1 38

Burch, Bob (Radio Station KGHF), 1951.

1 39

Burdick, Norman, 1957.

1 40

Burke, Johnny, 1958.

1 41

Burton, John L., 1998.

1 42

Cahn, Sammy, 1961-1979.

1 43

California. Fair Political Practices Commission, 1990.

1 44

Capitol Records, Inc., 1950-1964.

1 45

Carle, Frankie.

1 46

Carr, Bob, 1990.

1 47

Cattaraugus County Living Arts Center, 2003.

1 48

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1973.

1 49

Chamber of Commerce & Civic Association (Beverly Hills, Calif.), 1978.

1 50

Champlin, Charles, 1967-1986.

1 51

Chapin, James H., 1976.

1 52

Cherniak, Earl, 2005.

1 53

Clooney, Rosemary, 1952-1953.

1 54

Coleman, Herbert, 1957.

1 55

Columbia Broadcasting Systems, inc., 1956-1973.

1 56

Community Chest of Los Angeles Area, 1950.

1 57

Composers and Lyricists Guild of America, 1957-1979.

1 58

Conklin, Jim, 1951.

1 59

Connolly, Mike, 1957.

1 60

Coppel, Alec, 1958.

1 61

Coppola, Lee, 2007.

1 62

Corwin, Norman, 1971-1985.

1 63

Craig, Warren, 1976-1978.

1 64

Cranston, Alan, 1981.

1 65

Danilova, Alexandra.

1 66

Day, Doris, 1957-1998.

1 67

De Vorzon, Barry, 2007.

1 68

Dean-John, Hazel V. Jimerson, 1994.

1 69

DeConcini, Dennis, 1987.

1 70

Denove, Jack, 1955.

1 71

Diamonds of the Desert, 1981.

1 72

Dolan, Bobby, 1954.

1 73

Donaldson, Ellen, 1994-1996.

1 74

Donnellan, Mary, 1941.

1 75

Donovan, King, 1951.

1 76

Downer, Bill, 1962.

1 77

Downey, Rev., 1957.

1 78

Dracouni, Paschalia.

1 79

Dramatists Guild, 1958-1961.

1 80

Drulie, Sylvia, 1958.

1 81

Duke University, 1978.

1 82

Dunning, Philip.

1 83

Eckert, Helen, 1939.

1 84

Edison, Ann, 1958.

1 85

Edwards, Ralph, 1961.

1 86

Eiseman, Herb, 1951-1958.

1 87

Englund, George, 1958.

1 88

Ephron, Nora.

1 89

Epstein, Ann, 1958-1961.

1 90

Evans, Francis, 1937-1958.

2 91-92

Evans, Wyn Ritchie, 1946-1948.

2 93

Fabray, Nanette, 1959.

2 94

Fain, Sammy, 1957-1979.

2 95

Famous Music Corporation, 1957.

2 96

Famous Music Publishing Companies, 1979.

2 97

Feinberg, Alex, 1950-1958.

2 98

Feinberg, Andy, 1978-2006.

2 99-100

Feinberg, Doris, 1966-1980.

2 101

Feinberg, Lisa, 1995-1998.

2 102

Feinstein, Mazie, 1990s.

2 103

Feinstein, Michael, 2002-2003.

2 104

Ferrer, José, 1952-1958.

2 105

Field, Leonard, 1961.

2 106

Fields, Doris, 1978.

2 107

Finger, Larry, 1958.

2 108

First Cabin Records, 2007.

2 109

Fisher, Janet, 2007.

2 110

Flagg, Christina, 2005.

2 111

Fleischman, Larry, 1957.

2 112

Foliart, Dan, 2003-2005.

2 113

Fredman, Samuel, 1995.

2 114

Freeman, Young Frank, 1951.

2 115

Friars Club of Beverly Hills, 1979-2000.

2 116

Friedberg, Billy, 1958.

2 117

Gandy, Christopher.

2 118

Gaynor, Mitzi, 1962.

2 119

Gell, William, 1959.

2 120

George, George, 1958.

2 121

Geyer, John, 1951.

2 122

Gibson, Gary, 1995.

2 123

Gibson, Gilbert David, 1950.

2 124

Gilbert, Wolfe, 1953-1954.

2 125

Gilchrist, Norma, 1954.

2 126

Gitlow, Abraham L., 1965-1988.

2 127

Glanzman, Andy, 1990.

2 128

Global Music, Inc., 1962.

2 129

Goldstein, Sidney, 1954-1957.

2 130

Goodwin, Bernard, 1951.

2 131

Gortikov, Jim.

2 132

Gottlieb, Alex, 1957.

2 133

Gottlieb, Robert, 2000.

2 134

Grant, Gogi, 1957.

2 135

Greater Los Angeles Chapter National Safety Council, 1997.

2 136

Green, Howard.

2 137

Green, Johnny, 1951-1986.

2 138

Greshler, Abbey, 1958.

2 139

Grimes, Bob, 2002.

2 140

Guide Escort Service, 1938.

2 141

Hamilton, Arthur, 2004-2005.

2 142

Harrington, Nancy Reiter, 1947.

2 143

Harris, Helen.

2 144

Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., 1966.

2 145

Hatten, Tom, 1981.

2 146

Hazen, Joseph H., 1950.

2 147

Heindorf, Ray, 1957.

2 148

Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California, 1978.

2 149

Hollopeter, Sarah, 1974.

2 150

Hope, Bob, 1971-1998.

2 151

Hopper, Hedda, 1953.

2 152

Howard, Eddy, 1946.

2 153

Hutton, Betty, 2004.

2 154

Hyland, Richard Irving, 1972.

2 155

Italy. Amasciata.

2 156

Jackman, Bob, 1980.

2 157

James, Charles, 1974.

2 158

Janis, Edward, 1951.

2 159

Jewish Home for the Aging of Greater Los Angeles, 1983.

2 160

Jones, Bill.

2 161

Junior Wilshire Auxiliary, 1950.

2 162

Kanter, Hal, 1982-2002.

2 163

Kanter, Nancy, 2005.

2 164

Kaplan, Stanley, 1978.

2 165

Karp, Jacob, 1951.

2 166

KCET (Television station: Los Angeles, Calif.).

2 167

Kegerries, Donald, 1921.

2 168

Kellman, Leon, 1967.

2 169

Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 2000.

3 170

Kipness, Joe, 1958.

3 171

Korman, Tom, 1961.

3 172

KTLA-TV (Television station: Los Angeles, Calif.), 1982.

3 173

Kupcinet, Irv, 1953.

3 174

Lahr, John, 1999.

3 175

Laine, Cleo, 2000.

3 176

Laine, Frankie, 2005-2006.

3 177

Lancaster, Burt, 1960.

3 178

Landers, Ann, 1963.

3 179

Lane, Abbe, 1957.

3 180

Larry Shane Enterprises, 1971-1983.

3 181

Lass, Jeff, 2007.

3 182

Lavender, Jeff, 2007.

3 183

Lazar, Irving, 1951-1957.

3 184

Lebowsky, Stanley, 1958.

3 185

Leigh, Janet, 1969.

3 186

Lessor, Genee, 1951.

3 187

Levant, Oscar, 1940.

3 188

Levin, Steve, 2004.

3 189

Lewis, Howard, 2003-2004.

3 190

Lieberman, Frank, 1957.

3 191

Liebman, Max, 1957.

3 192

Lipton, James, 1999.

3 193

Livingston, Jay, 1943.

3 194

Loesser, Frank, 1958.

3 195

Long, Earl W., 1952.

3 196

Los Angeles (Calif.), 1966.

3 197

Los Angeles. City Council, 1983.

3 198

Los Angeles Music and Art School, 1950.

3 199

Los Angeles Press Club, 1959-1962.

3 200

Los Angeles Times (firm), 1999-2005.

3 201

Lowy, Jane, 1957.

3 202

Lubin, Arthur, 1951.

3 203

Lukin, Molly-Ann, 1987.

3 204

Lusardi, Alfred, 1946.

3 205

Macmelodies Ltd., 1958.

3 206

Macy, Jonathan, 2007.

3 207

Maizlish, Harry, 1953.

3 208

Maltin, Leonard.

3 209

Manchester, Melissa, 2002-2003.

3 210

Mancini, Henry, 1982-2005.

3 211

Mandel, Johnny, 2005-2007.

3 212

Mann, Rhonda Fleming.

3 213

Mannix, Edgar, 1951-1957.

3 214

Marsh, Sally.

3 215

Marzagao, Augusto, 1967-1968.

3 216

Mason, Bobbie Ann.

3 217

Mathias, Charles McC. (Charles McCurdy), 1983.

3 218

MCA Artists, 1957.

3 219

McCain, John, 1986.

3 220

McKuen, Rod, 1981.

3 221

Mel Miller and Associates, 1997.

3 222

Melbourne Daily Times, 1962.

3 223

Melcher, Martin, 1956.

3 224

Mendelsons, Mendl, 1958.

3 225

Mercer, Johnny, 1947.

3 226

Merv Griffin Show, 1971.

3 227

Meyer, Abe, 1957.

3 228

Mielziner, Jo, 1957.

3 229

Miles, William, 1972.

3 230

Milks, Kim, 1960.

3 231

Miller, Mel, 2005.

3 232

Mills Music Publishers, 1938.

3 233

Mizzy, Vic, 2007.

3 234

Moore, Don.

3 235

Morgan, Al, 1964.

3 236

Morrison, Rita, 1984.

3 237

Moscone, Gina, 1979.

3 238

Motion Picture and Television Fund, 1981.

3 239

Moynihan, George, 1971.

3 240

MRM Music, 1999.

3 241

Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.), 1986.

3 242

Museum of Making Music.

3 243

Myasthenia Gravis Foundation (U.S.), 1983.

3 244

National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (U.S.), 1968.

3 245

National Academy of Songwriters (Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calif.), 1987.

3 246

National Assistance League, 1973.

3 247

Neisner Brothers, 1936.

3 248

Newburger, Loeb & Co., 1936.

3 249

Newsweek, inc., 1979.

3 250

Nicholas, Frederick M., 1983-2005.

3 251

Norris, Walter, 1987.

3 252

Olsen, Ole, 1939.

3 253

'Orianten (Hotel: Bangkok, Thailand), 1984.

3 254

Ostrow, Stuart, 1957-1958.

3 255

Paar, Jack, 1963.

3 256

Pacht. Ross. Warne & Bernhard, 1960.

3 257

Palm, John, 1994.

3 258

Paramount Pictures Corporation, 1946-1957.

3 259

Parker, Ray, 1962.

3 260

Pattiz, Norman, 2002.

3 261

Pep Boys (firm), 1950.

3 262

Pepperdine University.

3 263

Phillips, Bill, 1959.

3 264

Platt, Harvey J., 1986.

3 265

Poindexter, Cora Lee, 1938.

3 266

Pollack, Charles C., 2006.

4 267

Popular Concert Guild, 1941.

4 268

Porter Don, 1957.

4 269

Price, Genevieve, 1971-1973.

4 270

Price, Ruth, 2007.

4 271

Princess Cruises, 1982.

4 272

Ray Evans Seneca Theater.

4 273

Regan, Joan, 1956.

4 274

Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, 2000.

4 275

Reynolds, Debbie, 1998.

4 276

Rishagen, Nancy, 2005.

4 277

Ritchie, Hope Lawder, 1958.

4 278

Ritchie, Ma.

4 279

Robinson, John, 2004.

4 280

Rock, Lucille, 2005.

4 281

Rogers, Marianne, 1985.

4 282

Rourke, Martha, 2005.

4 283

Ruby, Harry, 1956.

4 284
Russell, George.
Note

sheet music included

4 285

Ryan, Jackie, 2005.

4 286

Salamanca (N.Y.), 2002.

4 287

Salamanca City Central School District; Salamanca Medical Center, 1972.

4 288

Salyers, Allan, 1985.

4 289

Sam Fox Publishing Company, 1951.

4 290

Samuels, Jack D., 2005.

4 291

Sartori, Tom, 1972.

4 292

Schary, Dore, 1961.

4 293

Schock, Harriet, 2004.

4 294

Seeley, Blossom, 1951.

4 295

Segal, Jack, 1980-1998.

4 296

Seltzer, Walter, 1951.

4 297

Shapiro, Bernstein & Co, 1957.

4 298

Share (Association), 1968-1982.

4 299

Shea's Performing Arts Center, 2004.

4 300

Sheldon, William, 2001.

4 301

Sherman, Gene.

4 302

Shribman, Joe, 1952.

4 303

Shurr, Lester, 1961.

4 304

Siempre en domingo, 1985.

4 305

Simmons, Ed, 1961.

4 306

Sinsheimer, Karen.

4 307

Slaff, George, 1978-1985.

4 308

Slater, Betty.

4 309

Smith, Keely, 1963.

4 310

Society of Composers & Lyricists, 2006.

4 311

Society of Singers, 2003.

4 312

Song Writers' Association, 1957.

4 313

Songwriters Guild of America, 2007.

4 314

Songwriters Hall of Fame, 1973.

4 315

Southern Tier West, 2001.

4 316

Spastic Children's League of Pasadena, 1950.

4 317

Stafford, Jo.

4 318

St. Bonaventure University, 1998.

4 319

Steinhart, Sol, 1946.

4 320

Stye, Jule, 1961.

4 321

Sweden. Ambassaden.

4 322

Sweet Adelines, 1981.

4 323

Tebet, David, 1957-1958.

4 324

Thomas, Bill, 1950-1951.

4 325

Tobias, Harry, 1975.

4 326

Tournament of Roses Association, 1953.

4 327

Trumbo, Dalton, 1970.

4 328

Tucker, Sophie, 1954.

4 329

Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, 1938-1957.

4 330

Tyler, Anne, 2002-2005.

4 331

United States. Congress. Senate, 1960-1982.

4 332

United States. Dept. of Treasury, 1950.

4 333

United States. Embassy.

4 334

United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1949.

4 335

United States. President (1981-1989: Reagan), 1982.

4 336

United States. Work Projects Administration. Pennsylvania, 1936.

4 337

University of California, Los Angeles, 1975-1979.

4 338

University of Denver, 1939.

4 339

University of Pennsylvania, 1936-1987.

4 340

University of Southern California. Libraries, 1968.

4 341

Vale, Eugene, 1976.

4 342

Vina del Mar (Chile), 1977.

4 343

Vine Street Bar and Grill.

4 344

Volat, Morris, 1998.

4 345

Waeb, Steve Wade, 1957.

4 346

Wald, Jerry, 1959.

4 347

Warner, Jack, 1965.

4 348

Warner Bros., 2002.

4 349

Warren, Harry, 1958.

4 350

Wasserman, Lew, 1951.

4 351

Waxman, Henry A., 1983.

4 352

WBBM (Radio Station: Chicago, Ill.), 1958.

4 353

WDOK, 1951.

4 354

Weber, Jon, 1998.

4 355

Weinstein, Jerome B., 1951.

4 356

Weston, Joe, 1958-1960.

4 357

Whitley, Bill.

4 358

Whorf, Michael, 1979.

4 359

Wiener, Bill, 1951.

4 360

Wilk, Max, 1995-1999.

5 361-363

Williams, Andy, 1967.

5 364

Willson, Meredith, 1980.

5 365

Wilson, Pete, 1983.

5 366

Winchell, Walter, 1957.

5 367

Winter, William, 1972.

5 368

Wolman, Judy, 2003-2005.

5 369

Wolpin, Eddie, 1951-1958.

5 370

Wood, Lorraine, 1973.

5 371

Woodworth, Harold, 1957.

5 372

Wright, Frank, 1956.

5 373

Writers Guild of America, West, 1959-1964.

5 374

Wynn, Mike, 1958.

5 375

Yorke, Robert, 1961.

5 376

Zukor, Adolph, 1952.

5 377

Unidentified.

5 378-382

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II.  Sheet music.

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of a variety of scores. The folders contain published scores, copies of manuscript scores, and several collections of popular songs. It includes Ray Evans’s five volumes of collected published scores of his songs, which he had bound in brown leather jackets. For one slightly larger, additional score of “The nicest thing” see box 140, folder 1729.

A.  Unbound.

Box Folder

A coach and four.

6 383

Ali baba.

6 384

All about love.

6 385

All at once.

6 386

All hands on deck.

6 387-388

All the time.

6 389

Alley-oop.

6 390

Almost in your arms.

6 391

Angel.

6 392

Angela.

6 393

Angeltown.

6 394

Another time, another place.

6 395

As I love you.

6 396

Baby, obey me!.

6 397

Back home.

6 398

Bad news.

6 399

Banana boat.

6 400

Beside you.

6 401

The big clock.

6 402

Bing! Bang! Bong!.

6 403

Bonanza.

6 404-408

Bonne nuit.

6 409

Bounce.

6 410

Brave man.

6 411

Brazilly willy.

6 412

Brotherhood.

6 413

Buttons and bows.

6 414-415

Caroleena.

6 416

Copper canyon.

6 417

Crosswinds.

6 418

Dear heart.

6 419

Dime and a dollar.

6 420

A donkey's lament.

6 420a

Dream girl.

6 421

Dreamboat.

6 422

Dreamsville.

6 423

Everything beautiful.

6 424

Fancy pants.

6 425

Femininity.

6 426

French heels.

6 427

G'Bye now.

6 428

Girls.

6 429

Glass mountain.

6 430

Golden earrings.

6 431

The golden years.

6 432

Good intentions.

6 433

The green years.

6 434

Haven't got a worry.

6 435

Heavenly days.

6 436

Hello there.

6 437

Hellzapoppin polka.

6 438

Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack.

6 439

Hey Punchinello.

6 440

Home cookin'.

6 441

Honey, oh my honey.

7 442

How can I tell her.

7 443

I do! I do! I do!.

7 444

I shoulda quit when I was ahead.

7 445

I waited so long.

7 446

I was a little too lonely.

7 447

I'll always love you.

7 448

In the arms of love.

7 449

Indiana dinner.

7 450

It doesn't cost a dime to dream.

7 451

It's a miracle.

7 452

It's never quite the same.

7 453

It's torment.

7 454

The joke's on me.

7 455

Just a moment more.

7 456

Just an honest mistake.

7 457

Lady killer.

7 458

The late scene.

7 459

Lazy lousy Lou.

7 460
Let it ride.
Note:

This Broadway show includes different song titles

7 461- 464

Let me be loved.

7 465

Let me hear you whisper.

7 466

Let me love you.

7 467

Let me so love.

7 468

Let's be lovers.

7 469

Let's go home.

7 470

Life does a man a favor.

7 471

Life is a beautiful thing.

7 472

Lola Lola.

7 473

Lonely girl.

7 474

Love is blind.

7 475

Love laughs at kings.

7 476

Lovely weather for ducks.

7 477

The loves of Omar Khayyam.

7 478

Lysander loves Hermia, Helena loves Demetrius.

7 479

Magic touch.

7 480

Mama, mama, mama (Where you get de cigar?).

7 481

Man and woman.

7 482

Marshmallow moon.

7 483

Mary goes round.

7 484

Maybe September.

7 485

Meet a happy guy.

7 486

Meetcha' round the corner.

7 487

Merrymaking ("What fools these mortals be").

7 488

Midsummer night.

7 489

Miss Julie July.

7 490

Mister Ed.

7 491

The mole people.

7 492

Mona Lisa.

8 493-496

The morning music of Montmartre.

8 497

Mr. Lucky.

8 498

My heart's in America.

8 499

My love loves me.

8 500

My love, my life.

8 501

My own true love.

8 502

Never let me go.

8 503

Never so beautiful.

8 504

Never too late.

8 505

Oh, captain!.

8 506-507

Open your arms.

8 508

The Paramount don't want me blues.

8 509

A place in the sun.

8 510

Pretty mandolin.

8 511

Purt nigh. But not plumb.

8 512

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be).

8 513-518

The Robin Randall song.

8 519

The ruby and the pearl.

8 520

Saddle the wind.

8 521

The same old army.

8 522

Santa Claus samba.

8 523

Say it with love.

8 524

The second greatest sex.

8 525

See the circus.

8 526

Silver bells.

8 527-528

Song of Delilah.

8 529

Souvenir, avenir.

8 530

A square in the social circle.

8 531

Streets of Laredo.

8 532

Stuff like that there.

8 533

Sugar boat.

8 534

Take a giant step.

8 535

Tammy.

8 536-544

Tell my love.

9 545

The temple of an understanding heart.

9 546

Thanks to you.

9 547

They obviously want me to sing.

9 548

Thirty six - twenty four - thirty six.

9 549

This happy feeling.

9 550

This is greater than I thought.

9 551

A thousand violins.

9 552

Time's a wastin' (The original yard bird song).

9 553

To each his own.

9 554-555

Tonight my love.

9 556

Unfair.

9 557

Vaquero.

9 558

Vertigo.

9 559

Wait until dark.

9 560

Warm as wine.

9 561

We'll love again.

9 562

We're not children.

9 563

What a deal.

9 564

What fools these mortals be.

9 565

What's the use of crying.

9 566

When you love someone.

9 567

Where can you be.

9 568

Wish me a rainbow.

9 569

Wond'rin' when.

9 570

Ya got class.

9 571

You don't know him.

9 572

You're wonderful.

9 573

B.  Bound.

Box Folder

Songs by Livingston and Evans. 1939-1950.

10

Songs by Livingston and Evans. 1951-1953.

10

Songs by Livingston and Evans. 1954-1959.

11

Songs by Livingston and Evans. 1959-1972.

11

Great songs by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans (Los Angeles: Famous Music Corporation, 1950).

11

50 golden oldies, vol. 2 (Frankfurt: J. Michel KG, undated).

12 574

50 golden oldies, vol. 3 (Frankfurt: J. Michel KG, undated).

12 575

50 golden oldies, vol. 3 (Frankfurt: J. Michel KG, 1999).

12 576

Mancini songbook (London: Compass Music Ltd., 1965).

12 577

MDW standard favoriten (Frankfurt: Melodie der Welt, undated).

12 578

Songs of the 50's (Milwaukee: E-Z Play Today Music Notation / Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, 1988).

12 579

C.  Other songwriters.

Box Folder
Que sera - Cancion mexicana.
Note

Lyrics and music by Tito and Pepe Guizar. Inscribed to Ray Evans.

12 580
Tell me why you smile, Mona Lisa.
Note

Music by Robert Stolz. Lyrics by Walter Reisch and Raymond B. Egan.

12 581

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III.  Lyrics, speeches, and other writings.

Scope and Contents note

This series comprises holographs, typescripts, some with handwritten annotations in pencil and ink, as well as laminated copies of typescripts. There are also some minutes of meetings and other unidentified writings.

A.  Lyrics.

Note

There are two additional lyrics in box 64, folder 1021.

Box Folder

The Betty Hutton show, 1962.

13 582

The bounce.

13 583

Canteen Kate.

13 584

Fun marches on.

13 585

The glass mountain.

13 586

Gotta get movin'.

13 587

Hellzapoppin polka.

13 588

Hopelessly romantic.

13 589

I was a little too lonely and you were a little too late.

13 590

The loves of Omar Khayyam.

13 591

Mamie from Mizzoo.

13 592

Mary goes round.

13 593
My heart's in America.
Note

Also: "My country right or wrong,"  "Musical stars and moonlit guitars"

13 594

My heart's on ice.

13 595

My heart's poppin.

13 596

On my way.

13 597

Once upon a horse.

13 598

The Oscar theme (The show is over).

13 599

The Oscar theme (You stayed away too long).

13 600

Penny ante.

13 601

Prima ballerina.

13 602

Tammy.

13 603

Tinkle bells (Silver bells).

13 604

Where did the music go.

13 605

Yesterday's music.

13 606

You never learned to cry.

13 607

B.  Speeches and other writings.

Box Folder

Notes about selected songs.

13 608

Academy "Thank You".

13 609

Caviar comes from virgin sturgeon.

13 610

Good-bye speech of Ray Evans at farewell dinner at Edo Cafeteria.

13 611

Livingston and Evans - Act number one.

13 612

Livingston and Evans - Act number two.

13 613

Livingston and Evans - Act number three.

13 614

Minutes of an unidentified meeting.

13 615

Olsen & Johnson.

13 616

Parody: National Safety Council.

13 617

Story in Hollywood - KNX Radio.

13 618

The streak continues.

13 619

Such sad songs for me.

13 620

To Ben Oakland.

13 621

What happens to defeated candidates.

13 622

Unidentified writings.

13 623

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IV.  Scripts.

Scope and Contents note

Includes original and photocopied typescripts, some with annotations.

Box Folder

Bon appetit, by Leonard Neubauer.

14 624

Book of musical comedy, by Charles Palmer.

14 625

Easy street, west, by Julius J. Epstein.

14 626

Kentucky lucky, by James H. Chapin.

14 627-628

King of Paris, by Guy Endore.

14 629

Livingston and Evans, I presume.

14 630-631

Let it ride.

15 632-634
Mr. Manhattan, by Sam Pogorelsky.
Note

Inscribed to Ray Evans by Sam Pogorelsky

15 635

Odyssey of Runyon Jones, by Norman Corwin.

15 636

Oh, captain!.

15 637-639

Oh, that dandy day in Caseville Town, by John Crawford.

15 640

Passions of Perichole, by Eugene Vale.

16 641

The petunia peddler, by Ed Gardner.

16 642

Red garters, by Michael Fessier.

16 643

The red parasol, by Edmund Beloin and Henry Garson.

16 644

The story of holly and ivy, by Phoebe and Henry Ephron.

16 645

TLC, by Bev Carter.

16 646

Too marverlous for words, by Paul Werth.

16 647

Vive la difference, by Alex Coppel.

16 648-649

Unidentified. Incipit: "Act I, scene 1. Scene: Beneath Plato's tree - and in a jet liner.".

16 650

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V.  Press clippings.

General note

Original, photocopied and laminated press clippings in folders and in scrapbooks. Represented are the years 1939-2009.

A.  Folders.

Box Folder

1939.

17 651

1941.

17 652-659

1946.

17 660

1947.

17 661

1949.

17 662-663

1950.

17 664

1951.

17 665-675

1952.

17 676-685

1953.

17 686-694

1954 (January-August).

17 695-699

1954 (September-December).

18 700-703

1955.

18 704-706

1956.

18 707-711

1957.

18 712-723

1958.

18 724-734

1959 (January-March).

18 735-737

1959 (April-December).

19 738-742

1960.

19 743-746

1961.

19 747-752

1962.

19 753-756

1963.

19 757-761

1964.

19 762-766

1965.

19 767-771

1966.

19 772-779

1967 (January-July).

19 780-781

1967 (September-December).

20 782-784

1968.

20 785-789

1969.

20 790-793

1972.

20 794

1975.

20 795

1977.

20 796

1978.

20 797-798

1979.

20 799-802
1980.
Note

Folder 805: 1980 clippings about Lisa Feinberg

20 803-805

1981.

20 806-807

1982.

20 808-809

1983.

20 810-811

1984.

20 812

1985.

20 813-814

1986.

20 815

1987.

21 816-817

1988.

21 818

1988 (Lewitzky, Bella, clippings 1988-1995).

21 819

1989.

21 820

1990.

21 821

1991.

21 822

1992.

21 823

1993.

21 824

1995.

21 825

1996.

21 826

1997.

21 827-828

1998.

21 829-836

1999.

21 837-839

2000.

21 840-841

2001.

21 842-844

2002.

21 845-849

2003.

21 850-856

2004.

21 857-860

2005.

21 861-868

2006.

22 869-873

2007.

22 874-878

2008.

22 879

2009.

22 880

Undated / Fragments.

22 881-885

B.  Scrapbooks.

Box
Volume 1, 1939-1947.
Note

Includes correspondence, interviews and scripts. Correspondents include Ole Olsen.

23
Volume 2, 1947-1949.
Note

Includes correspondence. Correspondents include Dwight H. Green, Edward Schellhorn, Jean Hersholt, Dinah Shore, Henry Ginsberg, Arthur Schwartz, Abe Meyer (MCA), Larry Schea (ASCAP), Bob Hope, Edgar Mannix, Norman Siegel (Paramount Pictures), Jacob H. Karp (Paramount Pictures), Frank Freeman (Paramount Pictures), Johnny Green

24
Volume 3, 1949-1950.
Note

Includes correspondence. Correspondents include Bob Hope and Wolfe Gilbert (ASCAP).

25
Volume 4, 1950-1951.
Note

Includes correspondence and schedules. Correspondents include Leonard Vannerson.

26

Scrap book 6, 1968-1977.

27

Scrap book 8, 1988-1996.

28

C.  Large clippings.

Box

1951-2005.

29

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VI.  Programs and tickets.

Scope and Contents note

A. Ray Evans: Folders 886-927 contain programs that involve Ray Evans and his songs. They span the years 1952-2008. B. Awards: Folders 928-936 focus on program materials related to honors and awards Ray Evans received. They include Academy Award tickets and the program to the 1951 Academy Awards Presentation, as well as a Walk of Fame Award program. C. Other: Folders 937-953 comprise various tickets and programs from 1948-2006. Included are theater tickets and a memorial speech for John Sigvard Olsen.

A.  Ray Evans.

Box Folder

1952 - Palace two-a-day, Betty Hutton.

30 886

1953 - Coronation, Betty Hutton.

30 887

1954 - Red garters -- That’s life, Betty Hutton (Satins and spurs).

30 888

1956 - Spring sing (Ray Evans, judge).

30 889

1957 - Spring sing (Ray Evans and Jay Livingston, honored guests) -- Hellzapoppin.

30 890

1958 - Oh captain!.

30 891

1960 - School Christmas program.

30 892

1962 - Dramatists Bulletin, volume 3, no. 1, October 1962.

30 893

1963 - Music from Hollywood.

30 894

1966 - Mitzi Gaynor Show.

30 895

1969 - Boomtown blast -- Tribute to Ray Evans - Salamanca High School.

30 896

1976 - Shades of things to come – University of Southern California (Evans and Livingston, judges).

30 897

1977 - Boomtown Share Show.

30 898

1978 - Hemophilia Foundation: An evening down memory lane -- "The Show" produced by Mort Lachman -- Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce: "A magical evening honoring Bob Hope" -- Duke University Medical Center ASCAP Songwriters' Festival (Duke Psychiatry Songwriters' Festival Benefit Show) -- Friars Club program -- In honor of George Slaff – Dinner.

30 899

1979 -- Hollywood Temple Beth El: Sammy Fain tribute program -- Playbill: Sugar babies.

30 900

1980 - Cattaraugus County Living Arts Association – Talent revue (honored guest Ray Evans) -- Alma media seminar -- Friars songwriters night.

30 901

1981 - Livingston and Evans, I presume (exhibit) -- Music Friends of Los Angeles -- International convention ASCAP.

30 902

1982 - Lyrics and lyricists -- Biltmore Bowl -- They wrote the songs – Saturday Presentations of variety attractions -- ASCAP 1982 country award winners -- Sugar Babies playbill.

30 903

1983 - American Guild of Authors and Composers (AGAC): The Songwriters Guild 10th annual Aggie awards.

30 904

1984 - Los Angeles Olympic Games tickets -- Vine St. Bar & Grill dinner reservation ticket -- Celebration supper ASCAP ticket -- Oscar salutes ASCAP.

30 905

1985 - Encore song writers on parade -- L.A. Public Theatre "40 Years of Movie Music".

30 906

1986 - Honoring John McCain.

30 907

1987 - NAS National Academy of Songwriters -- The show, produced by Melville Shavelson -- Ticket: Hall of Fame congratulations -- Benedum Center.

30 908

1989 - Mister Ed Fan Club -- Cattaraugus County Living Arts Center: Broadway salutes Cattaraugus County -- Songwriters' hall of fame.

30 909

1991 - Let it ride!.

30 910

1992 - Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters -- Summer festival of the Ellicottville, NY Chamber of Commerce -- Betty Clooney Foundation.

30 911

1993 - Cattaraugus County Living Arts Association, Tribute to Ray Evans and Jay Livingston.

30 912

1994 - Hollywood legends -- Seneca Theatre.

30 913

1995 - Walkway of dreams -- University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association of Southern California (Mask and Wig Club – A sworded affair).

31 914

1996 - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences – Salute to Livingston and Evans -- Los Angeles Music Week press conference -- Academy Salute to Livingston -- L'Ermitage Foundation -- American song ASCAP oral history series -- York Theatre Company – Oh captain! Playbill.

31 915

1997 - Johnny Mercer event timeline.

31 916

1998 - Los Angeles area alumni reunion – Pi Lambda Phi Educational Foundation -- "Let it ride" program -- Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts - Arts Council of St. Bonaventure University – Buttons and bows -- University Arts gala cabaret revue honoring Ray Evans -- Nashville Songwriters Association – "Tin Pan South".

31 917

1999 - Steven D. Harris presents "A tribute to Nat 'King' Cole" -- Beverly Hills Theatre Guild honors Hal Kanter -- Songwriters' hall of fame.

31 918

2000 - The Night Blooming Jazzmen (CD liner notes) -- Traveline jazz film SS Norway Jazz Cruises highlights -- Museum of Making Music: "Songwriting for the movies".

31 919

2002 - Pepperdine.edu/arts -- Cole family and representative Becerra thank you -- Buffalo Pops.

31 920

2003 - Ray Evans Seneca Theatre - Silver Bells Festival Concert -- Friends of The Mancini Musical -- Spring Luncheon with Michael Feinstein -- Sing! Sing! Sing! presents Award Winning Songs.

31 921

2004 - Academy for New Musical Theatre -- Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce -- Songwriters Guild of America -- Sing! Sing! Sing! -- Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters -- Student Performing Arts Presents.

31 922

2005 - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences -- USC -- New York in June (Mark Kershner).

31 923

2006 - L'Ermitage Foundation -- Center for the Arts -- The World Stage Gallery Jazz Vocal Workshop.

31 924

2007 - Hillcrest Country Club -- Raymond B. Evans Memorial.

31 925

2008 - Young Musicians Foundation.

31 926

Undated - Oh captain -- ASCAP -- Corona del sol -- Festival internacional da cancao popular -- Cattaraugus County Living Arts Association -- The yellow river -- Red garters -- In memory of Muriel E. Kaplan -- 1960 Jefferson School Yule program -- Hall of fame -- Feinstein's Music Quarterly -- Paramount Music Corporation -- Leo's Inn at Patchogue (University of Pennsylvania Continentals).

31 927-928

B.  Awards.

Box Folder

1959 - Academy Awards tickets.

31 929

1960 - Screen Writers' Twelfth Annual Awards.

31 930

1982 - American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Country Award Winnters 1982, program.

31 931

1983 - MG Founders Dinner Award -- Livingston and Evans Song Contest.

31 932

1990 - ASCAP Pop Music Awards.

31 933

2000 - Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America Walk of Fame Award.

31 935

2002 - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 75 Year Best Picture Winners (awards).

31 936

C.  Other.

Box Folder

1948 - The emperor waltz.

32 937

1950 - Playbill: Arms and the girl.

32 938

1957 - Two little drawing/caricatures.

32 939

1958 - Little picture/drawing of shepherd.

32 940

1959 - Windmill Theatre – Revudeville.

32 941

1963 - John Sigvard Olsen; Tribute to John ("Ole") Sigvard Olsen.

32 942

1965 - State of Florida Junior Miss (Miss American Junior Miss).

32 943

1967 - Writers Guild of America Annual Awards Show, list of names (not Evans).

32 944

1969 - Concerto for piano and orchestra: The yellow river.

32 945

1972 - The Odyssey of Runyon Jones.

32 946

1978 - Festival internacional de la cancion (Chile), program.

32 947

1984 - Manila Hotel Philippines dinner-menu -- Salamanca History re: Indians, finance.

32 948

1993 - Cattaraugus County Living Arts Center.

32 949

1996 - Academy Tribute to Stanley Donen.

32 950

1997 - Floating Jazz Festival.

32 951

1998 - Floating Jazz Festival.

32 952

2006 - Show boat -- Sing! Sing! Sing!.

32 953

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VII.  Photographs.

Scope and Contents note

Photographs from 1920 to 2007. Loose photographs are arranged by subject. There are 19 photo albums. Most are vacation pictures. Box 61 contains a few negatives pertaining to vacation trips.

A.  Loose photographs.

Box Folder

Early years - Photographs and posed portraits.

33

Early years - Visit to Salamanca in 1942.

33

Early years - House pre-Wyn.

33

Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans: Personal photographs.

33

Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans with friends.

33

Feinbergs: Doris, Lisa and Andy.

33

Ducketts: Lisa, Steve and Evan.

33

Feinbergs: Andy and Family.

33

Miscellaneous weddings.

33

Miscellaneous children.

33

Eileen, Aubry and family.

33

Wyn Ritchie Evans - later years.

33

Ray Evans - later years.

33

Ray Evans with pets.

33

Wyn Ritchie Evans with pets.

33

Cats - black and white.

33

Cats - color.

33

Dogs - black and white.

33

Dogs - color.

33

Cars.

33

House: Construction.

33

House: Personal photographs.

33

Ray Evans and Jay Livingston work photographs.

34

Parties at Evans's house, 1940-1960.

34

Miscellaneous costume parties, 1950-1960.

34

Birthday party for Ray Evans and Dominique Snyder.

34

Bishop Tutu, 1980s.

34

New Year's 1994.

34

Ray Evans's 80th birthday 1995.

34

Ray Evans's 90th birthday 2005.

34

Song title contest, Princess Cruise "Loveboat".

34

Cattaraugus County Living Arts Association Ray Evans tribute.

34

Bingthings Society.

34

Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters 1992.

34

Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame 1995.

35

Royal Rosarians circa 1994.

35

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Walk of Fame 2000.

35

Lucy award.

35

Miscallaneous appearances and honors.

35

Radio interview on "The surf".

35

Karen Knapp.

35

TV screen captures.

35

Penn.

35

Super Mall.

35

Oh captain! San Francisco 2003.

35

Seneca - Various photographs.

35

Ray Evans with the Academy Award.

35

Miscellaneous party photographs.

35

1933-1938 cruises.

36

Stella Polaris cruise 1959.

36

Afghanistan 1979.

36

Holland 1979.

36

India 1979.

36

Pakistan 1979.

36

Turkey.

36

Miscellaneous personal photographs.

36

50th class reunion Salamanca, NY, 1981.

37

Salamanca visit with Lisa Duckett and New York visit with Fred and Joan Nicholas, 1981.

37

Australia.

37

New Guinea.

37

Princess Cruise "Loveboat" 1982.

37

China (Shanghai) 1983.

37

Hong Kong 1983.

37

Malaysia 1983.

37

Singapore 1983.

37

Brazil 1983.

37

Argentina.

38

Germany 1984 (East and West Berlin, Dresden).

38

Armenia 1984.

38

Russia GDR: Baku 1986.

38

Russia GDR: Leningrad 1986.

38

Russia GDR: Moscow 1986.

38

Russia GDR: Odessa 1986.

38

Russia GDR: Samarkand 1986.

38

Russia GDR: Tashkent.

38

Russia GDR: Tblisi.

38

Russia GDR: Zagorsch.

38

Bournemouth, England 1980s.

38

Wellesville, NY 1980s.

38

Europe, miscellaneous 1980s.

38

Moca: Japan 1986.

38

Moca: Japan 1989.

38

Miscellaneous travel photographs.

38

Early Years (Grade School).

39 954

Early Years (High School).

39 955

Early Years (University).

39 956

1936.

39 957

1940s.

39 958-960

1940s - Work.

39 961

Work at Paramount, 1946.

39 962-963

Work at Paramount, 1948.

39 964

Work at Paramount, 1950s.

39 965

Work at Paramount, 1958-1969.

39 966

Work: Studio and promotional, 1950s.

39 967-970

Work: Academy Awards, 1950s.

39 971

Work: Appearances, 1950s-2006.

39 972-974

Work: Ray Evans and Jay Livingston portraits, 1960s-1990s.

39 975-976

Work: Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1995.

39 977

Work: Ray Evans, Jay Livingston and Michael Feinstein, 1990s.

39 978

Work: Baseball, 1950s-1990s.

39 979

Travel: Cuba, 1958.

40 980

Travel: New Zealand, 1982.

40 981

Travel: Japan, 1986-1998.

40 982

Ray Evans Day, Salamanca, 1950s.

40 983

Personal: Parties, 1976-1980.

40 984

Personal: Frances Evans.

40 985

Personal: At home.

40 986

Personal: House.

40 987

Personal: Tennis, Studebaker.

40 988

Personal: Feinberg family.

40 989

Personal: Unidentified people, landscape.

40 990

Rio de Janeiro, 1966-1968.

40 991

Other (Evans with unidentified woman), 2000s.

40 992

Audrey Cooper, 1940s.

40 993

Misc.: House, Seneca Theater, baseball photographs.

41

B.  Photo albums.

Box

#1 Ray Evans - Day book 2, 1949.

42

#6 Ray Evans - Africa trip, 1977.

43

#8 Ray Evans - Animals, Angelo, Norway, Hope dinner, Duke M.G. dinner, 1970-1979.

44

#11 Ray Evans - Tokyo, Xian, Nankin, Wuxi, 1980.

45

#12 Ray Evans - Shanghai, Guilin, Kwangchow, Hong Kong, 1980.

46

#14 Ray Evans - Chichen Hza, Uxmal, Cuba, 1980.

47

#15 Ray Evans - Book 1: Columbia, Ecuador, Galapagos, Lima Cuyco, 1981.

48

#16 Ray Evans - Book 2: Machu Picchu, Pisac, Cuzco, Quitos, Amazon, Panama, San Blas, 1981.

49

#17 Ray Evans - Publicity photographs, Oh captain: UCLA, Sweet Adalines, Aggies, Beilenson, miscellaneous.

50

#18 Ray Evans - So. Pac.: Queensland, New Guinea, Brisbane book 1, 1982.

51

#20 Ray Evans - Philippines, Thailand, Andy family, Linda, miscellaneous, 1984.

52

#21 Ray Evans - Southeast Asia, Burma, Malaysia, Sarawak, Sabah, 1984.

53

#22 Ray Evans - Africa, Chile, 1985.

54

#24 Ray Evans - Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, miscellaneous, 1987.

55

#25 Ray Evans - China, publicity photographs, 1988.

56

#30 Ray Evans - Norway, music, N.Y., New Years, family, Academy, Salamanca Walk, Star SGA, Nichion, miscellaneous, 1996-1997.

57

Ray Evans - 2005.

58

Ray Evans - Egypt, Jordan, Israel, 1978.

59

Ray Evans - Southern Africa, miscellaneous, 1990.

60

C.  Negatives.

Box

Vacation, party, landscapes, zoo, coastline, house, 1982.

61

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VIII.  Memorabilia.

Scope and Contents note

Memorabilia include Evans's diaries, birth certificate, marriage license, clarinet, high school yearbooks, senior thesis, eye glasses, cuff links, coins, travel documents, tribute albums, a tribute blanket, and documents pertaining to Evans's Studebaker. Furthermore, this series holds documents about Evans's house, including easement documents, plot plans, maps, documents about the architect William Beckett, and magazine pictures of the house. For larger photographs of the house see box 40, folder 987.

A.  Personal documents.

Box Folder

1939-1945 diary, 8.25 in. x 5.75 in.

62

Address book.

63

1982 diary, 6 in. x 4 in.

64 994

Birth certificate.

64 995

Marriage license.

64 996

1997 passport.

64 997

B.  Travel documents.

Box Folder

1938 Holland America Line - IDs.

64 998

1938 Holland America Line - Programs and certificate.

64 999

1959 Europe - Itineraries.

64 1000

1959 Europe - Travel documents.

64 1001

1959 Europe - Hotel receipts.

64 1002

1959 Europe - Purchases and receipts.

64 1003

1959 Europe - Restaurant guide.

64 1004

1959 Europe - American tourist.

64 1005

1959 Europe - Souvenirs.

64 1006

1959 Europe - Insurance policy.

64 1007

1970 UK - Itinerary.

64 1008

1970 UK - Travel notes.

64 1009

1970 UK - Hotel receipts.

64 1010

1970 UK - Purchases and receipts.

64 1011

1970 UK - Miscellaneous.

64 1012

1970 UK - Brochures.

64 1013

1978 Egypt, Israel, Jordan - Itinerary.

64 1014

1978 Egypt, Israel, Jordan - Hotels and participants.

64 1015

1978 Egypt, Israel, Jordan - Travel notes.

64 1016

1980 Mexico, Cuba - Itineraries.

64 1017

1980 Mexico, Cuba - Brochures.

64 1018

1980 - Mexico, Cuba - Travel diary.

64 1019-1020
1980 Mexico, Cuba - Travel notes and lyrics.
Note

Incipit of first lyric: "Fred sails in the sunset". Incipit of second lyric, sung to the tune of Que sera, sera: "Come see this lovely Cuban Isle"

64 1021

1980 Mexico, Cuba - Articles and clippings.

64 1022

1980 Mexico, Cuba - Miscellaneous.

64 1023

1980 Japan, China - Brochures and notes.

65 1024-1027

1980 Trip diary, 4 in. x 6 in.

65 1028

1981 Peru (Machu Picchu pass).

65 1029

1982 Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Tahiti - Itineraries and practical information.

65 1030

1982 Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Tahiti - Brochures Australia.

65 1031

1982 Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Tahiti - Brochures New Guinea.

65 1032

1982 Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Tahiti - Brochures New Zealand.

65 1033

C.  Cards and other documents.

Box Folder

Professional Ball Players membership card.

65 1034

Two invitation cards.

65 1035

Drawing of Ray Evans and Jay Livingston by Mil Shaw, 1965.

65 1036

Instruction on how to use a record player. Manuscript.

65 1037

Biographies of Ray Evans and Jay Livingston. Typescripts.

65 1038

Names and addresses.

65 1039

1984 Salamanca Rail Museum calendar.

65 1040

Blank postcards.

65 1041

Memorial celebration card.

65 1042

D.  Education.

Box

The Seneca. Salamanca High School yearbooks 1931, 1948, 1949.

66

The Seneca. Salamanca High School yearbooks 1968, 1969.

67

Salamanca Football Foundation book 2000.

67

University of Pennsylvania - Ray Evans: Senior research thesis: The relation between the central bank, member banks and the money market.

68

University of Pennsylvania - Yearbook 1936.

68

University of Pennsylvania - Transcripts.

68

University of Pennsylvania - 55th reunion directory.

68

Business cards.

68

University of Pennsylvania - The Record. Yearbooks 1933, 1934.

69

Pi Lambda Phi membership directories 1988, 2007.

70

E.  Small items.

Box

Jacket pin.

71

Cuff links.

71

Tie pin (Beta Gamma Sigma).

71

Pendant (Beta Gamma Sigma).

71

Tie pin (Lulu).

71

Jacket pin (75 Year - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences).

71

Tie clip (gold color).

71

Tie clip (University of Pennsylvania).

71

Cuff link.

71

Jacket pin (University of Pennsylvania).

71

Address tag, metal.

71

Eleven coins.

71

Ray Evans's eye glasses (three pairs).

72

F.  House.

Box Folder

Layout plan of contours, 1947.

73 1043

Easement documents, 1951-1961.

73 1044

Map of Evans's property, 1952.

73 1045-1046

Geologic report, 1962.

73 1047

Heating layout, 1952-1967.

73 1048

Plot plan drainage and driveway of the Davis residence.

73 1049

Plot plan exterior watering system.

73 1050

Real estate appraisals, 1970.

73 1051

Slope stability analysis, 1999.

73 1052

Seismic analysis, 1999.

73 1053

Soils - Geology file, 1999.

73 1054

1997 Uniform Building Code - Seismic design parameters, 1999.

73 1055

Soils - Geology file, 2000.

73 1056-1058

Architect William Beckett.

73 1059

Architectural record, 1956.

73 1060

California stylist, 1956.

73 1061

Pictorial living (Los Angeles Examiner), 13 May 1956.

73 1062

G.  Studebaker.

Box Folder

Studebaker chassis and drivetrain book.

74 1063

Studebaker engine rebuilding tips.

74 1064

Studebaker technical tips - Book one, 1980.

74 1065

You can drive a studebaker forever!.

74 1066

H.  Other items.

Box

Ray Evans's clarinet.

75

Salamanca blanket.

76

K.  Tribute albums.

Box

Three tribute albums, 2007.

77

Two tribute albums, 2007.

78

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IX.  Recording catalogs, song lists, and song earnings.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains recording catalogs and commercial recording lists. It includes a list of commercially and non-commercially recorded songs that have been transferred to DAT recordings and cassettes. One song catalog from April 1965 offers categorizations of Evans's songs, such as "production numbers," "ballads," and "songs about regions."

Box Folder

Commercial recording list, 1958.

79 1067

Ray Evans recording catalog I.

79 1068

Ray Evans recording catalog II.

79 1069

Ray Evans recording catalog III.

79 1070

Livingston and Evans: The complete song library - quesera-sera.com 1998.

79 1071

Best of motion pictures standard songs, television, soul hits.

79 1072

MCA - Livingston and Evans recording catalog for 6 DAT recordings.

79 1073

Selected songs of Jay Livingston and Ray Evans 1941-1957 on 78 records and cassettes.

79 1074

Evans song catalog, Standard catalog by Nacio Herb Brown.

79 1075

Songs by Livingston and Evans, 1975.

79 1076

Song earnings.

79 1077

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X.  Commercial audio recordings [RESTRICTED].

Scope and Contents note

This series is comprised of commercial audio recordings and some copies of commercial audio recordings. It is arranged by recording format, including analog sound discs, compact discs, and sound cassettes. The songs of Jay Livingston and Ray Evans make up the majority of the works represented. A small number of recordings without content by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans is included. The recordings span the years 1945-2007.

A.  10-in. analog sound discs.

Box Folder

A square in the social circle (Betty Hutton, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Capitol Records 220 (703-1A), 1945. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1078-1079

Stuff like that there (Betty Hutton, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Capitol Records 188 (527-3A), 1945. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1080-1081

What a deal (Martha Tilton, accompanied by orchestra). Capitol Records 222 (754-3A), 1945. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 3 copies.

80 1082-1084

On the other end of a kiss (Betty Hutton, accompanied by Joe Lilley and His Orchestra, and The Four Hits). RCA Victor 20-2012-A, 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1085

On the other end of a kiss (Buddy Clark, accompanied by Mitchell Ayres). Columbia 37211 (CO 37086), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1086-1087

Sepulveda (Alvino Rey and His Orchestra, vocal part by Jo Ann Ryan and Orchestra). Capitol 262 (1015), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1088-1089

Sepulveda (The King's Jesters). Vogue - The Picture Record R766 (P118), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1090

To each his own (Don Byas Quartette, with a tenor sax solo). Savoy 640-A (S-3330), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1091

To each his own (Trudy Erwin, accompanied by Opie Cates and his Orchestra). Four Star 1131 (431 AS), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1092

To each his own (The Esquire Trio, vocal part by Stan Stone). Rhapsody RR-109-E, 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1093

To each his own (Eddy Howard and His Orchestra, vocal part by Eddy Howard and Trio). Majestic 7188B (T-703), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1094-1095

To each his own (Ink Spots). Decca Personality Series 23615 A (L4226), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1096-1097

To each his own (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra, vocal part by Stuart Wade). RCA Victor 20-1921-A, 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1098

To each his own (Tony Martin with The Starlighters, accompanied by Al. Sack and His Orchestra). Mercury Popular 3022-A (374), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 4 copies.

80 1099-1102

To each his own (The Modernaires with Paul Kelly, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Mannie Klein). Columbia 37063 (HCO 1884), 1946. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1103-1104

Beside you (Eddy Howard and His Orchestra, vocal part by Eddy Howard and Trio). Majestic 1123A (T-1087), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1105

Beside you (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra, vocal part by Stuart Wade). RCA Victor 20-2208-A, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1106-1107

Beside you (Ziggy Elman and His Orchestra, vocal part by Bob Wanger). MGM 10002-B, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 3 copies.

80 1108-1110

Buttons and bows (Betty Hutton and Her Happy Valley Boys). Columbia 38284 (HCO 2853), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1111-1112

Buttons and bows (Gene Autry, with instrumental accompaniment). Columbia 20469 (HCO 3060), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1113

Buttons and bows (The Dinning Sisters, with The Art Van Damme Quintet). Capitol 15184 (2913-Y), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1114-1115

Buttons and bows (Betty Garrett, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Harold Mooney). MGM 10244-B, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1116

Buttons and bows (Evelyn Knight, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Mannie Klein). Decca Personality Series 24489A (L4592), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1117

Cincinnati (Martha Davis, accompanied by piano solo and rhythm accompaniment). Decca Personality Series 24335A (L4639), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1118-1119

Cincinnati (The Crew Chiefs, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Harold Mooney). MGM 10168-B, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1120-1121

Cincinnati (Ray McKinley and His Orchestra, vocal part by Ray McKinley). RCA Victor 20-2736-B, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

80 1122

Cincinnati (Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by Gloria Wood and The Campus Kids). Columbia 38157 (HCO 2787), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

80 1123-1124

Dream girl (Les Brown and His Orchestra, vocal part by Ray Kellogg). Columbia 38060 (HCO 2769), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 3 copies.

80 1125-1127

Dream girl (Carmen Cavallaro and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by Al Cernick). Decca Personality Series 24330A (L4715), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1128

Dream girl (Freddy Stewart, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Buddy Cole). Capitol Records 494 (2492)Y, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1129-1130

Dream girl (George Paxton and His Orchestra, vocal part by Dick Merrick). MGM 10153-A, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1131

G'Bye now (Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra, vocal part by Marilyn Duke). RCA Victor 20-2644-B, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1132

Golden earrings (Bing Crosby, accompanied by John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra). Decca Personality Series 24278A (L4604), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1133-1134

Golden earrings (Anita Ellis, accompanied by Harry Geller's Orchestra). Mercury Popular Series 3072 (1067), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1135-1136

Golden earrings (Dinah Shore, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Johnny Burke). Columbia 37932 (HCO 2583), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1137-1138

Golden earrings (Jack Fina and His Orchestra, vocal part by Harry Prime). MGM 10085-A, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1139

Golden earrings (Peggy Lee, accompanied by Dave Barbour and His Orchestra). Capitol 15009 (2278)Y, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1140-1141

Golden earrings (Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians). Decca Personality Series 24270A (74125), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1142

Golden earrings (Harry Prime, accompanied by Jack Fina and His Orchestra). MGM 10085-A, 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1143

Golden earrings (Victor Young and His Orchestra, violin solo by Toscha Seidel). Decca Personality Series 24277A (L4540), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1144

My favorite brunette (Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Capitol 381 (1641), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1145

My own true love (Vic Damone, accompanied by Camarata). Mercury Popular Series 5207 (1534), 1947. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1146

My own true love (Margaret Whiting, accompanied by Frank DeVol and His Orchestra). Capitol Records 15278 (2791)Y, 1947 (see also folder 1158). 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1147

Dream girl (Tex Beneke and His Orchestra, vocal by Garry Stevens). RCA Victor 20-2667-A, 1947 or 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1148-1149

Buttons and bows (Gracie Fields, accompanied by Bob Farnon and His Orchestra). London 355 (DR. 12699)B, 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1150-1151

Buttons and bows (Bob Hope with The Clark Sisters and orchestral accompaniment). Capitol Records 15292 (3472)Y, 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1152

Buttons and bows (Betty Rhodes, accompanied by Harry Zimmerman and His Orchestra). RCA Victor 20-3078-A, 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1153

Dream girl (Phil Brito, accompanied by Ted Dale and Orchestra). Musicraft Records 540 (5961), 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1154

Dream girl (Snooky Lanson, accompanied by Owen Bradley Quartet). Mercury Celebrity Series 5109 (1648), 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1155-1156

My own true love (Vaughn Monroe with His Orchestra, vocal by Vaughn Monroe). RCA Victor 20-3252-A, 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1157

My own true love (Margaret Whiting, accompanied by Frank DeVol and His Orchestra). Capitol Records 15278 (2791)Y, recorded 9 December 1947; published 1948. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1158

A thousand violins (Russ Case and His Orchestra, vocal by Stuart Foster). MGM 10554-A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1159

A thousand violins (Tony Martin, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Henri René). RCA Victor 20-3582-B, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1160

A thousand violins (Patti Page, accompanied by Mitch Miller's Orchestra). Mercury 5323 (2964), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1161

A thousand violins (Dinah Shore, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Harry Zimmerman). Columbia 38579 (HCO 3869), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1162

A thousand violins (Paul Weston and His Orchestra, and a vocal group). Capitol Records 57-756 (5021)Y, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1163

A thousand violins (Victor Young and His Singing Strings, vocal chorus by Sandy Evans). Decca Personality Series 24802 (L5165), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1164

Copper canyon (Teresa Brewer and Bobby Wayne, accompanied by Jack Pleis and His Orchestra). London 562 (DLG-50059)A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1165

Copper canyon (Art Lund with The Tritones, accompanied by Orchestra, conducted by LeRoy Holmes). MGM 10585-A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1166

Copper canyon (Madelyn Russel, accompanied by Mitch Miller's Orchestra). Mercury 5348 (3056), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

81 1167-1168

Having a wonderful wish (Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, vocal by Buddy Greco). Capitol Records 57-568 (4115)Y, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1169

Having a wonderful wish (Shep Fields and His Orchestra, vocal by Scottee Marsh). MGM 10454-B, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1170

Having a wonderful wish (Dinah Shore, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Harry Zimmerman). Columbia 38422 (HCO 3537), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1171

Just for fun (Jane Harvey, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Harold Mooney). MGM 10515A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1172

Just for fun. Columbia 38527 (HCO 3726; HCO 3727), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: Just for fun (Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by Bob Carrol) -- My own, my only, my all (Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by Bob Carroll).

81 1173

Just for fun. Capitol Records 57-691 (4520)Z; (4558)Y, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: Just for fun (Dean Martin, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra) -- My own, my only, my all (Dean Martin, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra).

81 1174

Just for fun (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra, vocal by Merv Griffin). RCA Victor 20-3518-B, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1175

Lucky us (Margaret Whiting and Bob Hope, accompanied by Billy May and His Orchestra). Capitol Records 57-783 (5202)Y, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1176

My friend Irma (The Modernaires, accompanied by orchestra conducted by Caesar Petrillo). Columbia Records 38589 (CCO 5073), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1177

My love loves me (Bob Darnell, accompanied by Jack Fina and His Orchestra). MGM 10566-A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1178

My love loves me (Richard Hayes, accompanied by Mitch Miller's Orchestra). Mercury Record 5328 (2972), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1179

My love loves me (Anne Shelton, accompanied by Paul Fenoulhet and His Orchestra). London 532 (DR. 13579)A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1180

My love loves me (Fran Warren, accompanied by orchestra). RCA Victor 20-3587-A (47-3086-A), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1181

My love loves me (Dorothy Carless, accompanied by orchestra). Decca Personality Series 24805 (75469), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

81 1182

My own, my only, my all (Monica Lewis, accompanied by Sy Oliver and His Orchestra, and The Aristokats). Decca Personality Series 24752 (75237), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1183

My own, my only, my all (Art Lund, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Johnny Thompson). MGM 10481-B, 1949. Note: disc broken. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1184

My own, my only, my all (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra, vocal refrain by Merv Griffin and The Martin Men). RCA Victor 20-3540-A (47-3030-A), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1185

My own, my only, my all (Frankie Laine, accompanied by Carl Fischer's Orchestra). Mercury 5311 (2853), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1186

Song of surrender (Mindy Carson, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Herni René). RCA Victor 20-3508-A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1187

Song of surrender (Buddy Clard, accompanied by choir and orchestra, conducted by Harry Zimmerman). Columbia 38546 (HCO 3801), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1188

Song of surrender (Dick Haymes, vocal with Jeffrey Alexander Chorus, chorus and orchestra, conducted by Victor Young). Decca Personality Series 24700A (L5085), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1189

Song of surrender (Vera Lynn, accompanied by Bob Farnon and His Orchestra). London 530 (DR. 13946)A, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1190

The streets of Laredo (Dennis Day, accompanied by The Rhythmaires, Charles Dant and His Orchestra). RCA Victor 20-3323-B, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1191

The streets of Laredo (Reggie Goff, accompanied by The Stapletones, Cyril Stapleton and His Orchestra). London 383 (DR.13056)B, 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1192

The streets of Laredo (Dick Haymes, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Victor Young). Decca Personality Series L 4866 (24565A), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1193

The streets of Laredo (Ray Noble and His Orchestra, vocal by Ken Carson and The Noblemen). Columbia 38409 (HCO 3506), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1194-1195

You're wonderful (Buddy Clard, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Hugo Winterhalter). Columbia 38647 (HCO 3761), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1196

You're wonderful (Bing Crosby, accompanied by Victor Young and His Orchestra). Decca Personality Series 24826 (L5003), 1949. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1197

Buttons and bows. Nippon Columbia A820, 1211402, 1940s or 1950s. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: Buttons and bows (Japanese version) -- Sentimental journey (Japanese version).

82 1198

Buttons and bows (Evelyn Knight, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Mannie Klein). Decca Personality Series 24489A (L4592), 1947. Note: disc broken. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1199

Songs without words (Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Capitol 77-638, Album DCN-170 (4455)Y, 1950. Note: Melody by Livingston and Evans for song contest album. 3 sound discs : 10 in.

82 1200-1202

Baby, obey me! (Russ Case and His Orchestra, vocal by Sally and Ray). MGM 10745-A, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1203

Copper canyon (Lisa Kirk, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Henri René). RCA Victor 20-3610-A (47-3116-A), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1204

Copper canyon (Russ Morgan and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by Russ Morgan and The Morganaires). Decca Personality Series 24904 (L5343), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1205

Home cookin' (Betty Garrett, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Harold Mooney). MGM 10707-B, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1206

Home cookin' (Bing Crosby, accompanied by Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires and Perry Botkin's String Band). Decca Personality Series 27019 (76144), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

82 1207-1208

Home cookin' (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra, vocal by Mery Griffin and The Martin Men). RCA Victor 20-3797-A (47-3797-A), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1209

Home cookin' (Dorothy Shay, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Russ Black). Columbia 38861 (CO 43266), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1210

Home cookin' (Margaret Whiting and Bob Hope, accompanied by The Starlighters, Billy May and His Orchestra). Capitol Records 1042 (6011-Z), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1211

I'll always love you. Capitol 1028 (5924)Z; (5923)Y, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: I'll always love you (Dean Martin, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra) -- Baby, obey me! (Dean Martin, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra).

82 1212

I'll always love you (Dinah Shore, accompanied by orchestra and choir, conducted by Harry Zimmerman). Columbia 38848 (RHCO 4052), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

82 1213-1214

I'll always love you (Martha Tilton, accompanied by Lee Gordon Singers and Orchestra). Coral Records 60258 (L5690), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1215

I'll always love you (Eileen Wilson and Don Cherry, accompanied by orchestra). Decca Personality Series 27244 (76858), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1216

Lucky us (Dinah Shore and Buddy Clark, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Ted Dale). Columbia 38668 (HCO 3897), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1217

Mona Lisa. Mercury 5447 (3443); (3442), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: Mona Lisa (Alexander Brothers, vocal duet with orchestral accompaniment) -- Home cookin' (Alexander Brothers, vocal duet with orchestral accompaniment).

82 1218

Mona Lisa (Buddy Cole playing Hammond Organ, with rhythm accompaniment). Capitol 1104 (6138)Y, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1219

Mona Lisa (Nat "King" Cole, accompanied by The Les Baxter Chorus and Orchestra). Capitol 1010 (5664)Z, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

82 1220-1221

Mona Lisa (Frank Culley and His Orchestra, with saxophone solo). Atlantic 918 (501), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1222

Mona Lisa (Dennis Day, accompanied by Ray Charles Choir, orchestra conducted by Henri René). RCA Victor 20-3753-A (47-3753-A), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1223

Mona Lisa (Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra, vocal by Harry Prime). RCA Victor 20-3888-A (47-3888-A), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1224

Mona Lisa (Harry James and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by Dick Williams). Columbia 38768 (RHCO 4022), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1225

Mona Lisa (Art Lund, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by LeRoy Holmes). MGM 10689-A, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1226

Mona Lisa (Moon Mullican, accompanied by string band). King 886-A (3072), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1227

Mona Lisa (Leighton Noble and His Orchestra, vocal by Leighton Noble). Coral 60250 (L5664), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1228

Mona Lisa (Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra, vocal by Tommy Lynn and Choir). London 619 (DLG-50195)A, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1229

Mona Lisa ("T" Texas Tyler "The Man With a Million Friends"). Four Star 1514 (3787), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1230

Mona Lisa (Jimmy Wakely, with instrumental accompaniment). Capitol 1151 (6442)Y, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1231

Mona Lisa (Victor Young and His Orchestra and Chorus, vocals by Don Cherry). Decca Personality Series 27048 (76288), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

82 1232

Silver bells (George Cates and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by The Heartbeats). Coral Records 60326 (L5851), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1233

Silver bells (Bing Crosby and Carol Richards, accompanied by John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra). Decca Personality Series 27229 (L5832), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1234

Silver bells (Doris Day with chorus, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by George Siravo). Columbia Records 39032, I-863 (RHCO 4273), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1235

Silver bells (Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra, vocal by Thelma Gracen and Ensemble). MGM 10841-A, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1236

Silver bells (Richard Hayes and Kitty Kallen, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Harry Geller). Mercury Record 5501 (3743), 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1237

Silver bells (Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely, accompanied by orchestra). Capitol Promotional Record 1255 (6623)Z, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1238

Song of Delilah (Mitch Miller and His Orchestra and Chorus, oboe by Mitch Miller, vocal by Burt Taylor). Columbia Special Record for Radio Stations CO 44248, 1950. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1239

Bonne nuit (Bing Crosby, accompanied by John Scott Trotter and Orchestra). Decca Personal Series 27679 (L6320), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1240

Bonne nuit (performded by Dean Martin, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Dick Stabile). Capitol Records 1703 (7327)Z, 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1241

Bonne nuit (Paul Weston and Orchestra with The Norman Luboff Choir). Columbia Records 39465 (RHCO 4479), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1242

Buttons and bows (Helen O'Connell, accompanied by Harold Mooney and His Orchestra). Coast Records 8032 (M-104-ASCAP), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1243

I'd like to baby you (Robert Q. Lewis, accompanied by Robert's Quities Orchestra, conducted by LeRoy Holmes). MGM 11116-A, 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1244

Let's go home (Roberta Lee, accompanied by The Blue Diamond Melody Boys). Decca Personality Series 28812 (82000), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1245

Life is a beautiful thing (Evenlyn Knight, accompanied by Perry Botkin and The Rhythmaires). Decca Personality Series 27874 (L6492), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1246

Life is a beautiful thing. RCA Victor Record Prevue [not for sale] 20-4421 (E1-VB 0745); (E1-VB 3862), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: Life is a beautiful thing -- Why should I believe in love (Dinah Shore, accompanied by Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus).

83 1246-A

Misto Cristofo Colombo (Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman). Decca Personal Series 27678 (L6319), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in. 2 copies.

83 1247-1248

My beloved (Dick Haymes, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Camarata). Decca Personality Series 27811 (81678), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1249

My beloved (Robert Merrill, accompanied by Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra). RCA Victor 20-4382 (E1 VB-3729), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1250

My love, my life (Jane Froman, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Sid Feller). Capitol Records 2219 (20043), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1251

The ruby and the pearl (Frankie Laine, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra, piano played by Carl Fischer). Columbia Records 39862 (RHCO 10253), 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1252

California rose (Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra, vocal by Vaugh Monroe). RCA Victor - Record Prevue (not for sale) 20-4688 (E2-VB-5669), 1952. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1252-A

Song of Delilah (Nat "King" Cole, accompanied by Dave Barbour and His Orchestra). Capitol Records 1501 (6562)Y, 1951. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1253

Aaron slick from Punkin Crick. RCA Victor LPM 3006 (EVL-3488); (EVL-3489), 1952. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: Side 1: Saturday night in Punkin Crick (Dinah Shore with Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus) -- My beloved (Robert Merrill with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra) -- Purt night but not plumb (Dinah Shore and Alan Young) -- Marshmallow moon (Dina Shore with Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus); Side 2: Why should I believe in love (Dinah Shore) -- Chores (Dinah shore and Alan Young with Henri René and His Orchestra) -- Still water (Robert Merrill with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus) -- Life is a beautiful thing (Dinah Shore with Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus).

83 1254

Haven't got a worry. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Columbia 39943 (RHCO 10360), 1952. Contents: Haven't got a worry (Rosemary Clooney, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra) -- Lovely weather for ducks (Rosemary Clooney, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra).

83 1255

Thanks to you (The Four Lads, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Mitch Miller). Columbia Special Records for Radio Stations 39865 (CO 48151), 1952. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1255-A

Brave man (Rosemary Clooney, accompanied by Percy Faith and His Orchestra and Chorus). Columbia Promotion Record 40187 (CO 50529), 1953. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1255-B

The golden years (Tony Martin, accompanied by Frank DeVol's Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 20-5208 (E3VB-0029), 1953. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1256

The golden years (Charles Nelson, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra and The Norman Luboff Choir). Columbia 39975 (RHCO 10418), 1953. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1257

Silver bells (The Fonaine Sisters, accompanied by Dick Contino and Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra). RCA Victor 20-3940-B (EO-VB-5653), 1953. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1257-A

Brave man (Burl Ives and Gordon Jenkins and His Chorus and Orchestra). Decca Personality Series 29088 (85992), 1954. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1258

Satins and spurs (Betty Hutton, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Nelson Ridddle). Capitol L-547, 1954. Note: Includes original album cover. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Contents: Side 1: Whoop-diddy-ay (performed with The Textor Singers) -- Wildcat smathers -- Satins and spurs -- Little rock roll; Side 2: I've had enough (performed with Earl Wrightson) -- Nobody cares -- Back home (performed with The Textor Singers) -- You're so right for me (performed with Earl Wrightson).

83 1259

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Van Wood Quartet). Fonit 15457-B (81937), 1956. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1260

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Flo Sandon's Orchestra, conducted by Federico Bergamini). Durium A 10872 (5220), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1261

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Lina Lancia, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Walter Malgoni). Philips P63203H (AA 63203.2 H), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1262

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Marino Marini and His Quartet, vocal by Marino Marini). Durium A 10897 (Biem 5273), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1263

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Emilio Pericoli, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Mio Mazzorchi). Odeon TW 4384, Mo 13634 (BIEM-A), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1264

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Israeli version). Makolit 310 (793), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1265

A thousand violins (Vera Lynn, accompanied by Bob Farnon and His Orchestra). London 507 (Dr. 13952)B, 1950s. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1266-1267

Mil violines (Los Tres Diamantes). RCA Victor 23-5342-A (51-5342-A), 1950s. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1268

Buttons and bows. 1 sound disc : 10 in. Nippon Columbia Records A820 (1211402), 1940s or 1950s. Contents: Buttons and bows (Japanese version) -- Sentimental journey (Japanese version).

83 1269

Mona Lisa (Blues performed by Luis Arcaraz y su Orquesta). RCA Victor 23-5322-A (51-5322-A), 1950s. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1270

Mona Lisa (Mambo performed by Pérez Prado y su Orquesta). RCA Victor 23-5415-A (51-5415-A), 1950s. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1271

Mona Lisa (Foxtrot performed by Gay Sextet, Raymonde Conde). Victor Co. of Japan A-1309 (P-2012), 1950s. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1272

Querida mia (Trio Guadalajara). RCA Victor 23-5206-A (51-5206-A), 1950s. 1 sound disc : 10 in.

83 1273

B.  7 in. analog sound discs.

Box Folder

A square in the social circle (Betty Hutton, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Capitol CCF-256, F15663 (45-703Y), 1950. 3 sound discs : 7 in.

84 1274-1276

Silver bells (Bing Crosby and Carole Richards, accompanied by John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra). Decca 9-27229 (45-L5832), "Sample Copy. Not for Sale," 1950. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1277

My beloved (Bob Sands, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Sid Feller). Capitol F 1897 (45-7754), 1951. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1278

My beloved (Dick Haymes, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Camarata). Decca 9-27811 (45-81678), 1951. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1279

Marshmallow moon (The Four Nights). Capitol F 1914 (45-7761), 1952. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1280

Marshmallow moon (Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, vocal chorus by Kenny Gardner and The Lombardo Trio). Decca 9-27962 (45-82086), 1952. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1281

Marshmallow moon (Dinah Shore, accompanied by Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 47-4493 (EIVW-3863), 1952. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1282

The ruby and the pearl (Leroy Holmes and His Orchestra and Chorus). MGM K11331-B, 1952. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1283

The ruby and the pearl (Jeri Southern, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Norman Leyden). Decca 9-28426 (45-83415), 1952. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1284

Wing ding (Bob Hope and Jane Russell, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Joe Lilley). Capitol F 2109 (45-10077), 1952. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

84 1285-1286

Wing ding (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra, vocal refrain by Merv Griffin and The Martin Men). RCA Victor 47-4640 (E2VW-5634), 1952. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1287

Let me be loved (Bill Darnel, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Paul Neilson). Decca 9-28936 (45-85388), 1953. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1288

The golden years (Russ Morgan and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by clyde Rogus and The Morganaires). Decca 9-28590 (45-L7034), 1953. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1289

When you love someone (Rosemary Clooney, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-40142 (RZSP 10631), 1953. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1290

Banana boat (Betty Hutton). Capitol F2776 (45-12469), 1954. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1291

C'est la guerre (Dick Stewart and The Page Trio). HifiRecord R-503-45 Side 1, 1954. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1292

Hey, Punchinello (Jerry Vale, accompanied by Jimmy Carroll's Orchestra and The Columbians). Columbia 4-40429 (ZSP 35064), 1954. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1293

Let me hear you whisper (Jo Stafford and David Hughes, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-40542 (RZSP 10760), 1954. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1294

Open your arms (Gordon MacRae, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Van Alexander). Capitol F2784 (45-12159), 1954. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1295

Stuffy (Molly Bee, accompanied by Van Alexander's Music). Capitol F 2790 (45-12304), 1954. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1296

The temple of understanding (Jo Stafford, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-40291 (RZSP 10762), 1954. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1297

Alley oop (Margie Rayburn, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Dennis Farnon). Capitol F 3180 (45-13922), undated. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1298

Chihuahua choo-choo (Ginny Gibson, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Joe Lipman). MGM K12019, 55-XY-219, 1955. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1299

Do it yourself (Hal March, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Norman Luboff). Columbia 4-40684 (ZSP 38142), 1955. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1300

How can I tell her (The Four Freshman, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Dick Reynolds). Capitol F 3154 (45-13519), 1955. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1301

Let me hear you whisper (Alfred Apaka and His Hawaiian Village Serenaders, with instrumental accompaniment). Cedda 9-29616 (45-L8522), 1955. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1302

Silver bells (Four Aces featuring Al Alberts, accompanied by vocals and orchestra, conducted by Jack Pleis). Decca Extended Play ED 2310 (2808), 1955. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1303

The second greatest sex (Kitty Kallen and Georgie Shaw, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Jack Pleis). Decca 9-29776 (45-88942), 1955. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1304

Tonight my love (Karen Chandler, accompanied by vocal and orchestra, conducted by Jack Pleis). Coral 9-61328 (45-86937), 1955. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1305

As I love you (Count Basie and His Orchestra, vocal by Joe Williams). Verve Records, V-2004x45-A (20037-2), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1306

C'est la guerre (Helen Grayco, accompanied by Harold Mooney and His Orchestra). Vik 4X-0219 (F4PW-1816), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

84 1307-1308

Let me be loved (The Chet Baker - Bud Shank Orchestra, vocal by Chet Baker). X641 (ST-1908), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

84 1309-1310

Buttons and bows. RCA Victor EPA 722 (G2PH-2667), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in. Contents: Buttons and bows -- Mona Lisa (Eddie Fisher, accompanied by Axel Stordahl's Orchestra and Chorus).

84 1311

Never let me go (Nat "King" Cole, with the Music of Nelson Riddle). Capitol F3390 (45-14884), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1312

Que sera, sera (George Blanès, accompanied by Armand Migiani and His Orchestra). Polydor 66008 A, probably 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1313

Que sera, sera (Edouard Duleu et son orchestre musette). Philips Minigroove AA 424.0361 E (424.036 PE), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1314

Que sera, sera (Henry Leca and His Orchestra). Philips N372.387F (AA 372.3871F), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1315

Que sera, sera (Luis Ariano, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by J. H. Rys). La Voix de son Maître 7GF378 (7XLA798), 1956 or 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1316

Silver bells (The Andrew Sisters, with Robert Mitchell Boys Choir, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Lynn Murray). Capitol F3583 (45-15930), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1317

Silver bells (The Fontane Sisters, accompanied by Billy Vaughn's Orchestra). Dot 45-15434, MW-9020, 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1318

Silver bells (Eddy Howard and His Orchestra). Mercury 70763x45, YW12482, 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1319

That's how it is (Rosemary Clooney, accompanied by Joe Seymour and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-40981 (RZSP 40002), 1956 (recorded 24 September 1956, sound disc was published 1957). 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1320

To each his own (the Three Chuckles, with Marty Gold and His Orchestra). Vik, SPV-7 (H4NW-6067), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

84 1321-1322

We'll love again (Doris Day, accompanied by Frank DeVol and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-40673 (RZSP33719), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1323

Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Doris Day, accompanied by Frank De Vol and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-40704 (ZSP 33718), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1324

Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Eddie Howard). Mercury 70881X45 (YW 13196), 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1325

Que sera, sera (Eddie Barclay and His Orchestra). Barclay 7E-Barc.32.965 (No. 72067A), probably 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1326

Que sera, sera (Jacqueline François, accompanied by Michel Legrand and His Orchestra). Philips N.372.390F (AA372.3901F), probably 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1327

Que sera, sera (Franck Pourcel and His Orchestra). La Voix de Son Maître 7 GF 377 (7xLA 768), probably 1956. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1328

As I love you (Carmen McRae, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Jack Pleis). Decca 9-30540 (45-101867), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

85 1329-1330

I waited so long (Jeri Southern, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Gus Levene). Decca 9-30556 (45-L10317), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

85 1331-1332

It's never quite the same (Jo Stafford, accompanied by Paul Weston and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-41129, RZSP 40630, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1333

Let me be loved (Eydie Gorme, arranged and conducted by Don Costa, trumpet solo by Bernie Glow). ABC-Paramount 45-9863 (AMP 45-3037), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1334

Let me be loved (Jimmy Kerr, arranged and conducted by Gus Levene). Surf SU5014-45, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1335

Let me be loved (Mantovani and His Orchestra, trumpet solo by Stan Newsome). London 45-1761 (DRF.23614), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1336

Let me be loved (Tommy Sands, with Bob Bain's Music). Capitol F3743 (45-16865), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1337

My love loves me (Bunny Bishop, arranged and conducted by Dominic Frontiere). Crystalette 705, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

85 1338-1339

My love loves me (The Four Coins, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Arnold Maxin). Epic 5-9258; ZSP 42769, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1340

Que sera, sera (Marie-José, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Jack Ledru). Odeon Moe 2079, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1341

Que sera, sera (Line Renaud, with Les Angels, directed by Christian Chevallier, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Pierre Guillermin). Pathé 45G1265, 7CT920, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1342

Silver bells (Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra (instrumental)). Coral 9-61902 (103,014), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

85 1343-1344

Silver bells (Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians). Capitol Pro 2213, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1345

Silver bells (Fred Waring). Capitol Promotional Record T-986 (from Fred Waring's album, Now is the caroling season), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1346

Tammy (George Barnes and His Music (instrumental)). Decca 9-30398 (45-103,774), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1347

Tammy (Joseph Gershenson and the Universal-International Orchestra (instrumental)). Coral 9-61845 (45-L10035), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

85 1348-1349

Tammy (Richard Heyman and His Orchestra and Chorus). Mercury 71123X45 (YW 15271), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1350

Tammy (Debbie Reynolds, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Joseph Gershenson). Coral 9-61851 (45-L10,036), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1351

Tammy (Bill Snyder, His Piano and Orchestra (instrumental)). Decca 9-30433 (45-102949), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1352

Tammy (The Ames Brothers, accompanied by Joe Reisman's Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 47-6930 (H2PW-3920), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1353

That's what you mean to me (Jose Duval, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Hal Kanner). Kapp K-177X, G9 OW-3500, 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1354

The loves of Omar Khayyam (Kay Cee Jones, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Charles Bud Dant). Decca 9-90329 (45-L10033), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1355

Tell my love (Billy Vaughn and His Orchestra). Dot 45-15575 (MW-9698), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1356

To each his own (Billy Ward and The Dominoes). Decca 9-30420 (45-L9779), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1357

Wait until dark (Gerri Granger). Columbia 4-44408 (JZSP 135988), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1358

All the time (Johnny Mathis, accompanied by Ray Ellis and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-41152 (ZSP 43182), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1359

Almost in your arms (Love song from Houseboat) (Steve Allan and His Chorus and Orchestra). Dot 45-15831 (MW 11747), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1360

Almost in your arms (Love song from Houseboat) (Les Baxter and His Chorus and Orchestra). Capitol F4011 (45-19285), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1361

Almost in your arms (Love song from Houseboat) (Sam Cooke). Keen 3-2006 (58402), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1362

Almost in your arms (Love song from Houseboat) (Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra). Mercury 71338X45 (YW 17614), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1363

Almost in your arms (Love song from Houseboat) (Montovanie and His Orchestra). London 45-1830 (DRF-25029), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

85 1364-1365

Almost in your arms (Love song from Houseboat) (Johnny Nash, arranged and conducted by Don Costa). ABC-Paramount 45-9960 (AMP 45-3364B), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1366

Almost in your arms (Love song from Houseboat) (Joe Reisman and His Orchestra and Chorus, guitar solo by Tony Mottola). RCA Victor 47-7286 (J2PW-4451), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1367

Another time, another place (Don Cherry). Columbia 4-41134 (JZSP 43148), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1368

Another time, another place (Mary Kaye Trio, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Jack Pleis). Decca 9-30596 (104,364), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1369

Another time, another place (Pat O'Day, accompanied by Henri René's Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 47-7191 (J2PW-1683), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

85 1370-1371

Another time, another place (Patti Page, accompanied by Vic Schoen and His Orchestra). Mercury 71294X45 (YW 16489), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1372

As I love you (Shirley Bassey, accompanied by Wally Scott and His Orchestra). Philips 45-PB.845 AA 326 (323.2F), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1373

Bing, bang, bong (Don Costa, His Orchestra and Chorus (instrumental)). ABC Paramount 45-9943 (AMP 45-3366), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1374

Bing! Bang! Bong!( performed by Leon Merian and His Orchestra, trumpet solo). Decca 9-30700 (105,220), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1375

Femininity (Abbe Lane, accompanied by Sid Ramin's Orchestra). RCA Victor 47-7169 (J2PW-0724), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1376

Hey, Madame (Guy Mitchell, accompanied by Jimmy Caroll and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-41146 (ZSP 43170), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1377

How do we know we're in love (Gogi Grant, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Frank De Vol). RCA Victor 47-7215 (H2PW-3164), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

85 1378

I waited so long (Gogi Grant). RCA Victor EPA 4185 (H2PH-8380), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1379

Life does a girl a favor. Contents: Life does a girl a favor -- We're not children (Jeri Southern, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Sy Oliver). Roulette R-4051: (12638), (12639), undated. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1380

Life does a man a favor (Vic Damone, accompanied by Percy Faith and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-41122 (ZSP 42116), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1381

The magic touch (Beverly Kenney, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Ralph Burns). Decca Sample Copy 9-20614 (104,419), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1382

The morning music on Montmartre (The Norman Luboff Choir). Columbia 4-41116 (RZSP 40579), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1383

Que sera, sera (Claude Goaty, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Gérard Calvi). Vogue V-45-351 (N.45 V.6198), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1384

Silver bells (Mitch Miller and the Gang). Columbia JZ[SP 58222], 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1385

Tammy (Pat Kirby, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Ralph Burns). Decca 9-30317 (45-101848), 1957. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

86 1386-1387

This happy feeling (Debby Reynolds, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by George Cates). Coral 9-61986 (45L 10,894), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1388

Vertigo (Hal Mooney and His Orchestra, vocal by Billy Eckstine). Mercury 71325X45 (YW17118), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1389

You don't know him (Rosemary Clooney, accompanied by Frank De Vol and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-41107 (RZSP 40559), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1390

You're so right for me (Tony Bennett, with Ralph Sharon and His Orchestra). Columbia 4-41127 (ZSP 43131), 1958. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1391

Angeltown (Bob Thompson, His Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 47-7587 (K2 PW-0105), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

86 1392-1393

Buttons and bows (Carol Jarvis). Dot 45-15912 (MW-12462), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1394

Dreamsville (Pat Suzuki, with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 47-7551 (K2PW-3723), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1395

Mona Lisa (Conway Twitty). MGM K12804 (59-XY-316), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1396

The same old army (The Sweet Corporals, arranged by H. Simeone and H. Montenegro). 20th Century Fox 45-158 (K 7974), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1397

Silver bells (The Ray Conniff Singers). Columbia 4-41484 (JZSP 48264), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1398

Silver bells (Bob and Dolores Hope, with orchestra). Coral 9-62237 (109,778), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1399

Take a giant step (Johnny Nash, arranged and conducted by Don Costa). ABC-Paramount 45-10,046 (AMP 45-3793), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

86 1400-1401

To each his own (Jane Morgan). Kapp K9-OW-2538, 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1402

The wish (Johnny Nash, arranged and conducted by Don Costa). ABC-Paramount 45-10,060 (AMP 45-3791), 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 4 copies.

86 1403-1406

Almost in my arms (Lex Golden and His Orchestra). Barbary Coast 45-025-1, probably 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

68 1407

Angeltown (Bob Brabeau, accompanied by Horace Heidt and His Orchestra). Magnolia Records Side 2 (1-B), probably 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1408

Mona Lisa (Carl Mann). Phillips 3539 (P-343), probably 1959. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1409

Silver bells (Raymond Lefevre and His Orchestra). Kapp KS-11390 (Special Disc Jockey Record AS-949), 1950s. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1410

How can I tell her? (The Spencer-Hagen Orchestra). "X" F4-PW-1946, 1950s. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1411

Almost in your arms (Johnny Nash, arranged and conducted by Don Costa). ABC Paramount 45-9960, 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1412

Bonanza ("Hacke" Björksten and His Orchestra). Cupol, CEP285 (5734), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1413

Bonanza (Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra). RCA Victor 47-7687 (K2PW-6105), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

86 1414-1415

Bonanza (David Rose and His Orchestra). MGM K 12965 (60-XY-181), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1416

Bonanza (The Travellers). Artist (Sweden) A45-10.013 (Fg. 797), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1417

Dreamsville (Andy Williams, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Archie Bleyer). Cadence 1381 (ZTSP-64962), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1418

Silver bells (Pat Boone, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Mart Lindsey). Dot 45-16160 (MB-12032), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1419

Silver bells (Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra, vocal by Ray Michaelis and The Kaydets). Decca 9-31174 (103,568), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1420

To each his own (The Platters). Mercury 71697 (YW 18180), 1960. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1421

All hands on deck (Pat Boone, arranged and conducted by Linoel Newman). Dot DEP-1098: EPM 1206, AA-EPM 5; EPM 1207, AA EPM 6, 1961. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies. Contents: Side 1: All hands on deck -- There's no one like you; Side 2: I've got it made (together with Buddy Hackett) -- Somewhere there's home.

86 1422-1423

Bonanza (Al Caiola and His Orchestra). United Artists UA 302 (ZTSP 66262), 1961. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

86 1424

Buttons and bows (Don Robertson, piano, organ and whistling). RCA Victor 47-7862 (M2PW-0125), 1961. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

86 1425-1426

Everything beautiful (The Norman Luboff Choir). RCA Victor 47-7941 (M2PW-4774), 1961. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 4 copies.

86 1427-1430

Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (Jimmy Elledge). RCA Victor 47-7946 (M2WW0-0949), 1961. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

87 1431-1433

Let it ride (The Blue Chips, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Cuck Sagle). RCA Victor 47-7935 (M5PW-32), 1961. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

87 1434-1436

Tammy (Fred Ellis, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Henry Jerome). Coral 62264 (110,298), 1961. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1437

As I love you (Jennie Smity, arranged and conducted by Bob Mersey). Canadian American Records CA-139 (6054), 1962. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1438-1439

Bonanza (Johnny Cash). Columbia 4-42512 (RZSP 70700), 1962. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1440-1441

Buttons and bows (The Browns, featuring Jim Edward Brown). RCA Victor 47-7997 (M2WW-1077), 1962. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

87 1442-1444

The Youngblood Hawke theme (Mike Daniels and His Orchestra). Groove 58-0051 (RGKM-6829), 1962. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1445-1446

Bonanza (Ralf Paulsen). Capitol 4986 (45-X44548) 6-173, 1963. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1447

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (The High Keyes, arranged and conducted by Calello). ATCO 45-6268 (63C-6960), 1963. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1448

Silver bells (Robert Goulet, arranged and conducted by Frank Hunter). Columbia JZSP 76416 (special album excerpt from album, This Christmas I spend with you (CL 2076-CS8876)), 1963. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

87 1449-1451

Dear heart (Jack Jones, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Don Costa). Kapp K-635 (K8725), 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1452

Dear heart (Henry Mancini's Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 47-8458 (RPKM-0577), 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1453-1454

Dear heart (Andy Williams, arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey). Columbia 4-43180 (JZSP 79161), 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1455

I was a little too lonely (And you were a little too late) (Pearl Bailey, accompanied by orchestra, conductec by Don Redman). Decca 31667 (115,133), promotional copy, 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1456-1457

Silver bells (Jerry Vale). Columbia JZSP 78922 (from Col. Alb., Christmas greetings from Jerry Vale (CL 2225/CS9025)), 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1458-1459

To each his own (The Tymes). Parkway P-908-A, 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1460-1461

Warm and willing (John Gary, arranged and conducted by Marty Gold). RCA Victor 47-8386 (RPKM-4250), 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1462

The Youngblood (Mitch Miller). Columbia 4-43149 (JZSP 78882), 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1463

Silver bells (Al Martino, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Peter DeAngelis). Capitol REcords 5311 (45-52911), probably 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1464-1465

What's yours? (The Mary Kaye Trio, solo by Mary Kaye, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Bob Smale). 20th Century Fox 457 (ZTSP-89339), probably 1964. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1466

Wish me a rainbow (Margie Rayburn). Dome 501 (A-21), 1960s. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1467

Angel (Johnny Tillotson, arranged and conducted by Charles Calello). MGM K13316 (65 XY 306), 1965. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1468

Ev'rything beautiful (Rudy Valentyne, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Richard Hayman). Roulette R-4619 (18456), 1965. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1469-1470

Never too late (Vic Damone, arranged and conducted by Marty Manning). Warner Bros. 5668 (HX51034), 1965. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1471-1472

Never too late (David Rose). MGM K 13427 (65 xy 91), 1965. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1473

Theme from 'Harlow' (Bobby Vinton, arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey). Epic 5-9814 (ZSP 110892), 1965. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1474-1475

Que sera, sera (Normie Rowe). Jubilee 45-5518 (JB 12189), probably 1965. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

87 1476-1477

The glass mountain. Columbia 4-43555 (JZSO 113157), (13156), 1965. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies. Contents: The glass mountain -- Song from 'The Oscar' (Percy Faith).

87 1478-1479

The glass mountain (Johnny Mathis). Mercury 72539 (YWI-37814), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

87 1480-1482

His own little island (Allan Sherman, accompanied by orchestra and chorus, conducted by Ralph Carmichael). Warner Bros. 5806 (JX 15035), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

87 1483

In the arms of love (Hal Frazier, arranged and conducted by Bill Justis). Reprise 0498 (J 5242), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1484

In the arms of love (Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra). Decca 32034 (117,844, from "Let's face the music and dance" (Decca DL 4823)), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1485

In the arms of love (Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus). RCA Victor 47-8857 (TPKM-0246, from "What did you do in the war, daddy?" (LPM 3648), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1486

In the arms of love (Andy Williams, arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey). Columbia 4-43737, ZSP 114969, 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1487-1488

Song from 'The Oscar' (Tony Bennett, arranged by Larry Wilcox, conducted by Johnny Mandel). Columbia 4-43508 (JZSP 112701), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

88 1489-1491

Song from 'The Oscar'. Columbia 4-43555, (JZSP 113158), (JZSP 113157), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in. Contents: Song from 'The Oscar' -- The glass mountain (Percy Faith).

88 1492

Tammy (Dean Courtney, arranged and conducted by Jimmy Wisner). RCA Victor 47-9049 (TPKM-7573), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1493

This could have been mine (Mary Lee Whitney). Loma 2044 (J 70121), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1494

We've loved before (Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and His Chorus). RCA Victor 47-8856 (TPKM-0218, from Arabesque (LPM-3623)), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 5 copies.

88 1496-1500

Wish me a rainbow. Kapp AS-945, (K-10090), (K-9610), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in. Contents: Wish me a rainbow (The Do-Re-Mi Children's Chorus) -- Wish me a rainbow (Hugh X. Lewis).

88 1501

Wish me a rainbow (Astrud Gilberto, arranged by Don Sebesky). Verve VK-10414 (100,386), US: 1967, UK: 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1502

Wish me a rainbow (Karen Verros, arranged and conducted by Pete King). Dot 45-16879 (MB 21145), 1966. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1503

In the arms of love (from "This love for you," performed by Al Martino). Capitol Pro 4286, 4287, 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

88 1504-1506

Let me so love (Ed Ames, arranged and conducted by Perry Botkin, Jr.). RCA 47-9319 (UPKM-0042), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1507

Silver bells (Booker T. and The M.G.'s (instrumental)). Stax 45-236 (Stx-11063 SP), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1508

Tammy (Gunter Kallmann Chorus, production and musical direction by Hans Bertram). Four Corners of the World FC 4-146 (K 18048), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1509

To each his own (Frankie Laine, arranged and conducted by Peter De Angelis). ABC Records 45-11032 (AMP 45-14608), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1510

Wait until dark (Henry Mancini and His Orchestra). RCA 47-9340 (UPKM-7532), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1511

Wait until dark (Sue Raney, arranged by Billy Byers). IR 6625 (IM-6399), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1512

Wait until dark (Mel Torme, arranged and conducted by Arnold Goland). Columbia 4-44399 (JZSP 118609), probably 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1513

Wait until dark (Earl Wilson, Jr., arranged by Marty Manning). Mercury 72761 (1-41380), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1514

Wish me a rainbow (The Gunter Kallmann Chorus, with orchestra and bells). Four Corners of the World FC 4-138 (K-10314), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1515

Wish me a rainbow (Leonie Norton). PJ 451-A, probably 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1516

Wish me a rainbow (Patti Page, arranged and conducted by Jack Elliott). Columbia 4-43990 (ZSP 116995), 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

88 1517-1519

Wish me a rainbow (Elli Saint-James). Capitol 5698 (45-56025), probably 1967. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1520

Silver bells (Perry Como with The Ray Charles Singers, arranged and conducted by Nick Perito). RCA SP-45-189 (WKPM-5616), 1968. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 3 copies.

88 1521-1523

Wait until dark (James Darren, produced by Dick Glasser, arranged by Al Capps). WB 7152 (K 16213), 1968. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1524

Someday you'll be sorry (Mike Douglas, accompanied by chorus and orchestra, conducted by Marty Manning). Decca 732495 (7-121,470), 1969. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1525

His own little island (The Don Tweedy Singers). Ovation Records OV/14-1012 (956 C-1012) (Z4KS-4173), 1960s or 1970s. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 4 copies.

88 1526-1529

Mil violines (Los Tres Diamantes). RCA Vicotr 51-5342-A, 1960s. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1530

Silver bells (Raymond Lefevre and His Orchestra). Kapp Special Disc Jockey Record KS-11390 (AS-949), 1960s. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

88 1531-1532

Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Mary Hopkin, produced by Paul McCartney). MFD by Apple Records 1823 (545-X47226), 1970. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1533

Silver bells (The Brady Buch, arranged and conducted by Tim O'Brien). Paramount Records PAA-0062 (MB-25606), 1970. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

88 1534-1535

A rock in a weary land (Johnny Mercer, arranged by Skip Martin). Commander C-1007-B, 1972. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1536

Where do I go from here? (Anita Kerr and The Anita Kerr Singers). Decca 33032 (7-L16,234), 1972. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 4 copies.

89 1537-1541

To each his own (Lamar Morris, produced by J. Vienneau). MGM M14719 (74 N 6200), 1974. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1542

The joke's on me (orchestra and chorus, from the original Motion Picture Soundtrack "W.C. Fields and Me"). MCA Records MCA 40552 (MC 4971), 1976. 1 sound disc : 7 in. 2 copies.

89 1543-1544

Que sera, sera (The Raes, produced by H. Hinde, arranged by E. Robertson). A&M Records DJAM 446 (AM 446 AS), 1977. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1545

His own little island (the Don Tweedy Singers). Ovation Records OV/14-1012 (956C-1012) (Z4KS-4173), 1960s or 1970s. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1546

To Rome with love (The Exotic Guitars, arranged and conducted by Bill Justis). Ranwood Records R856 (S-1150), 1970s. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1547

Warm and willing (Johnny Mathis, with Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra). PV 15626 (BVS 15626), 1981. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1548

Mister Ed (Tiny Tim and The Gloomchasers, produceg by Big Bucks Burnett). Broken Records BR F 001, 1984. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1549

Querida mia (I'll always love you) (Trio Guadalajara). RCA Victor 51-5206-A (23-5206-A), 1980s. 1 sound disc : 7 in.

89 1551

Various sound discs of songs written by other composers.

89 1552-1571

C.  12 in. analog sound discs.

Box Folder

To each his own (Joni James, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by David Terry). MGM Records E 3240 (E 3237), on album Joni James - When I Fall in Love, 1956. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

90 1572

Let me be loved (End title - Theme) (vocal by Tommy Sands, conducted by Leith Stevens). Capitol Records W881 (W2-881), on album The James Dean story - Music from the motion picture soundtrack, 1957. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

90 1573

Hits from "Oh Captain!" Columbia CL 1167, (x "Lp" 43321), (x "Lp" 43322), 1958. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: All the time (Johnny Mathis with Ray Ellis and His Orchestra) -- Surprise! (Rosemary Clooney with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra) -- Life does a man a favor (Vic Damone with Perry Faith and His Orchestra) -- It's never quite the same (Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra) -- Hey, Madame (Guy Mitchell with Jimmy Carroll and His Orchestra) -- A very proper town (Stan Freeman and His Quartet); Side 2: You're so right for me (Tony Bennett with Ralph Sharon and His Orchestra) -- You don't know him (Rosemary Clooney with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra) -- The morning music of Montmartre (The Norman Luboff Choir) -- Give it all you've got (Jill Corey with Glenn Osser and His Orchestra) -- We're not children (Don Cherry with Ray Conniff and His Orchestra) -- I've been there and I'm back (Stan Freeman and His Quartet).

90 1574

Oh captain!, The first jazz show performed by the All Stars Leonard Feather and Dick Hyman. MGM E 3650, 1958. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: Femininity -- You're so right for me -- You don't know him -- Hey, Madame -- We're not children; Side 2: All the time -- Life does a girl a favor -- Give it all you got -- Keep it simple.

90 1575

Stan Freeman and his quartet play Oh Captain! Columbia CL 1126, (x "Lp" 42831), (x "Lp" 42832), 1958. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: I've been there -- Life does a man a favor -- You don't know him -- We're not children -- You're so right for me; Side 2: Hey, Madame! -- A very proper town -- Give it all you got -- Surprise.

90 1576

Oh, captain! Columbia Masterworks OL 5280, (x "Lp" 42947), (x "Lp" 42948), 1958. 1 sound disc : 12 in. 2 copies. Contents: Side 1: Overture - A very proper town (Tony Randall and Ensemble) -- Life does a man a favor (Tony Randall and Jacquelin McKeever) -- Life does a man a favor (Tony Randall and Crew) -- Captain Henry St. James (Men's Chorus) -- Three paradises (Tony Randall and Edward Platt) -- Surprise (Jacquelin McKeever and Ensemble) -- Life does a man a favor / Hey, Madame! (Tony Randall) -- Femininity (Eileen Rodgers) -- It's never quite the same (Edward Platt, Jacquelin McKeever and Crew); Side 2: We're not children (Valentine and Jacquelin McKeever) -- Give it all you got / Love is hell (Susan Johnson and Ensemble) -- Keep it simple (Eileen) -- The morning music of Montmartre (Susan Johnson and Ensemble) -- You don't know him (Jacquelin McKeever and Eileen Rodgers) -- I've been there and I'm back (Tony Randall and Edward Platt) -- Double standard (Jacquelin McKeever and Eileen Rodgers) -- You're so right for me (Edward Platt and Eileen Rodgers) -- All the time (Tony Randall and Jacquelin McKeever) -- Finale (Ensemble).

90 1577-1578

Oh, captain! Columbia Special Products AOS 2002, (XSM 43159), (XSM 43160), 1958. 1 sound disc : 12 in. 2 copies. Contents: Side 1: Overture - A very proper town (Tony Randall and Ensemble) -- Life does a man a favor (Tony Randall and Jacquelin McKeever) -- Life does a man a favor (Tony Randall and Crew) -- Captain Henry St. James (Men's Chorus) -- Three paradises (Tony Randall and Edward Platt) -- Surprise (Jacquelin McKeever and Ensemble) -- Life does a man a favor / Hey, Madame! (Tony Randall) -- Femininity (Eileen Rodgers) -- It's never quite the same (Edward Platt, Jacquelin McKeever and Crew); Side 2: We're not children (Valentine and Jacquelin McKeever) -- Give it all you got / Love is hell (Susan Johnson and Ensemble) -- Keep it simple (Eileen) -- The morning music of Montmartre (Susan Johnson and Ensemble) -- You don't know him (Jacquelin McKeever and Eileen Rodgers) -- I've been there and I'm back (Tony Randall and Edward Platt) -- Double standard (Jacquelin McKeever and Eileen Rodgers) -- You're so right for me (Edward Platt and Eileen Rodgers) -- All the time (Tony Randall and Jacquelin McKeever) -- Finale (Ensemble).

90 1579-1580

Dancing with "Oh, Captain!" (Bob Prince Quintet). Harmony HL 7097, (x "Lp" 42842), (x "Lp" 42844), 1958. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: A very proper town -- Hey, Madame! -- Morning music of Montmartre -- You don't know him -- Give it all you got; Side 2: Surprise -- Life does a man a favor -- Keep it simple -- You're so right for me -- We're not children.

91 1581

The Ferrers sing selections from "Oh Captain." MGM E 3687, 1958. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: Captain Henry St. James (Rosemary Clooney ad José Ferrer) -- A very proper town (Clooney and Ferrer) -- Life does a man a favor (Clooney and Ferrer) -- Give it all you got (Clooney and Ferrer) -- Three paradises (José Ferrer) -- Keep it simple (Rosemary Clooney); Side 2: Morning music of Montmartre (Rosemary Clooney) -- Hey, Madame (Clooney and Ferrer) -- It's never quite the same (Clooney and Ferrer) -- We're not children (Clooney and Ferrer) -- Surprise (Judd Conlon Singers) -- All the time (José Ferrer) -- You're so right for me (Clooney and Ferrer).

91 1582

Dreamsville. Columbia CL 1327, (x "Lp" 45625), (x "Lp" 45626), 1959. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dreamsville -- Straight to baby (Lola Albright, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Henry Mancini).

91 1583

Tammy. Columbia CS 8172 (XSM 47478), 1959. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Tammy -- Golden earrings (Frank De Vol and His Orchestra).

91 1584

The great film hits: Ted Heath and his music. London PS 159 (ZAL 4310), 1959. Contents: Mona Lisa (Ted Heath and His Music). 1 sound disc : 12 in.

91 1585

The music from "Peter Gunn." RCA Victor LPM 1956 (J2PP-7172), 1959. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dreamsville (orchestra, conducted by Henry Mancini).

91 1586

The General Electric Theater presents "No man can tame me." Empire Record EBC 59-7487, 1959. 1 sound disc : 12 in. 2 copies. Contents: One hand tied behind my back (Gisele MacKenzie) -- How can I be alone again (Gisele MacKenzie and John Raitt) -- I heard (Eddie Foy and Chorus).

91 1587-1588

The Ray Conniff Singers: It's the talk of the town. Columbia CS 8143 (XSM 45809), 1959. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Buttons and bows (the Ray Conniff Singers).

91 1589

I have dreamed: Doris Day. Columbia CS 8460 (XSM 53504), 1960. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: We'll love again (Doris Day, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Jim Harbert).

92 1590

Music from "Mr. Lucky": composed and conducted by Henry Mancini. RCA Victor LSP 2198 (K2 PY-6527), 1960. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Mr. Lucky (orchestra, conducted by Henry Mancini).

92 1591

The magic touch: Bill Snyder. Decca DL 8958 (MG 7393), 1960. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: The magic touch (Bill Snyder, piano, accompanied by orchestra).

92 1592

"La dolce vita" and other great motion picture themes: Ray Ellis and His Orchestra. RCA Victor LSP 2410 (M2 PY-2115), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Que sera, sera (Ray Ellis and His Orchestra).

92 1593

Let it ride! RCA Victor LOC 1064, (M2PP-5421), (M2PP-5422), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. 2 copies. Contents: Side 1: Overture (orchestra) -- Run, run, run (Company) -- The nicest thing (Paula Stewart) -- Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (George Gobel) -- Broads ain't people (George Gobel, Harold Gary, Larry Alpert and Albert Linville) -- Let it ride (Sam Levene and Company) -- I'll learn ya (George Gobel and Sam Levene) -- Love, let me know (Paula Stewart and Stanley Griver) -- Happy birthday, Erwin (Birthday Girls); Side 2: Everything's beautiful (George Gobel and Birthday Girls) -- Who's doing what to Erwin?, (Paula Stewart, Ted Thurston, Stanley Grover and Maggie Worth) -- I wouldn't have had to (Barbara Nichols) -- There's something about a horse (Company) -- He needs you (George Gobel, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville and Sam Levene) -- Just an honest mistake (Ted Thurston, Stanley Simmonds and Company) -- His own little island (George Gobel) -- If flutterby wins (George Gobel, Sam Levene, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville, Harold Gary and Company) -- Finale.

92 1594

Let it ride! RCA Victor LSO 1064, (M2PY-5423), (M2PY-5424), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: Overture (orchestra) -- Run, run, run (Company) -- The nicest thing (Paula Stewart) -- Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (George Gobel) -- Broads ain't people (George Gobel, Harold Gary, Larry Alpert and Albert Linville) -- Let it ride (Sam Levene and Company) -- I'll learn ya (George Gobel and Sam Levene) -- Love, let me know (Paula Stewart and Stanley Griver) -- Happy birthday, Erwin (Birthday Girls); Side 2: Everything's beautiful (George Gobel and Birthday Girls) -- Who's doing what to Erwin?, (Paula Stewart, Ted Thurston, Stanley Grover and Maggie Worth) -- I wouldn't have had to (Barbara Nichols) -- There's something about a horse (Company) -- He needs you (George Gobel, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville and Sam Levene) -- Just an honest mistake (Ted Thurston, Stanley Simmonds and Company) -- His own little island (George Gobel) -- If flutterby wins (George Gobel, Sam Levene, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville, Harold Gary and Company) -- Finale.

92 1595

Let it ride! RCA Victor LOC 1064, (M2PY-5423), (M2PY-5424), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: Overture (orchestra) -- Run, run, run (Company) -- The nicest thing (Paula Stewart) -- Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (George Gobel) -- Broads ain't people (George Gobel, Harold Gary, Larry Alpert and Albert Linville) -- Let it ride (Sam Levene and Company) -- I'll learn ya (George Gobel and Sam Levene) -- Love, let me know (Paula Stewart and Stanley Griver) -- Happy birthday, Erwin (Birthday Girls); Side 2: Everything's beautiful (George Gobel and Birthday Girls) -- Who's doing what to Erwin?, (Paula Stewart, Ted Thurston, Stanley Grover and Maggie Worth) -- I wouldn't have had to (Barbara Nichols) -- There's something about a horse (Company) -- He needs you (George Gobel, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville and Sam Levene) -- Just an honest mistake (Ted Thurston, Stanley Simmonds and Company) -- His own little island (George Gobel) -- If flutterby wins (George Gobel, Sam Levene, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville, Harold Gary and Company) -- Finale.

92 1596

Let it ride! RCA Victor LSO 1064, (M2PY-5423), (M2PY-5424), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Side 1: Overture (orchestra) -- Run, run, run (Company) -- The nicest thing (Paula Stewart) -- Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (George Gobel) -- Broads ain't people (George Gobel, Harold Gary, Larry Alpert and Albert Linville) -- Let it ride (Sam Levene and Company) -- I'll learn ya (George Gobel and Sam Levene) -- Love, let me know (Paula Stewart and Stanley Griver) -- Happy birthday, Erwin (Birthday Girls); Side 2: Everything's beautiful (George Gobel and Birthday Girls) -- Who's doing what to Erwin?, (Paula Stewart, Ted Thurston, Stanley Grover and Maggie Worth) -- I wouldn't have had to (Barbara Nichols) -- There's something about a horse (Company) -- He needs you (George Gobel, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville and Sam Levene) -- Just an honest mistake (Ted Thurston, Stanley Simmonds and Company) -- His own little island (George Gobel) -- If flutterby wins (George Gobel, Sam Levene, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville, Harold Gary and Company) -- Finale.

92 1597

Meet a happy guy: Guy Porter. Capitol Records ST-1465 (ST1-1465), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Meet a happy guy (Guy Pastor).

92 1598

Many splendored themes: The Fantastic Strings of Felix Slatkin. Liberty Records LSS-14011, 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Bonanza -- Golden earrings.

92 1599

Johnny Mathis: I'll buy you a star. Columbia CS 8423 (XSM 52611), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Warm and willing.

92 1600

"Songs Without Words" contest by Jack Marshall. Capitol Records T-1601 (T1-1601), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Song without words (melody only, 2:35).

93 1601

Wonderland by night: Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra. Decca DL 74101, (7-7884), (7-7885), 1961. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: As I love you -- Tammy (Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra, trumpet solo by Charly Tabor).

93 1602

Bonanza: TV's original cast. RCA Victor LSP 2583, (N2PY-0488), (N2PY-0489), 1962. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Bonanza -- My sons, my sons (Lorne Green).

93 1603

Through children's eyes: The Limeliters. RCA Victor LPM 2512, 1962. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (The Limeliters).

93 1604

Living voices on Broadway. RCA Camden CAS 692, 1962. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Everything beautiful -- His own little island (arranged and conducted by Johnny Douglas).

93 1605

Warm and willing: Andy Williams. Columbia CL 1879 (x "Lp" 56883), 1962. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Warm and willing (arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey).

93 1606

Henry Mancini: Our man in Hollywood. RCA Victor LSP 2604 (N2PY-3292), 1963. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dreamsville (Henry Mancini and His Orchestra and Chorus).

93 1607

Tammy and eleven other great folk hits: Debbie Reynolds. Dot DLP 25,492, (LPS 75,879), (LPS 75,880), 1963. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Hey Jimmy, Joe, John, Jim, Jack! -- Tammy (Debbie Reynolds).

93 1608

Almost in your arms (Nancy Wilson, arranged and conducted by Jimmy Jones). Capitol Records T-1934 (T2-1934), 1963. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

93 1609

Roger Williams Academy Award Winners. Kapp KS-3406 (KS 4 3406 B), 1964. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Que sera, sera -- Buttons and bows (orchestra).

93 1610

Ronnie Dove: Right or wrong. Diamond Records D-5002 (M-5002-A), 1964. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: To each his own (Ronnie Dove, arranged by Bill Justis).

93 1611

Mancini plays the great Academy Award songs. RCA Victor PRM 151, (RNRM-0113), (RNRM-0114), 1964. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Que sera, sera -- Mona Lisa (Henry Mancini and his Orchestra and Chorus).

94 1612

Johnny Mathis: Love is everything. Mercury MG-20991, 1964. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Never let me go (Johnny Mathis, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Glenn Osser).

94 1613

Don Costa: Themes from "The umbrellas of Cherbourg." DCP-DCL 3806, 1964. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dear heart (Don Costa).

94 1614

We dig Mancini: The Anita Kerr Quartet. RCA Victor LPM 3428, (SPRM-3085), (SPRM-3086), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Mr. Lucky -- Bye-bye -- Dreamsville -- Dear heart (The Anita Kerr Quartet).

94 1615

Chucho Avellanet: Love and violins. United Artists UAS 6439 (UAS 6439A), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Mil violinos (Chucho Avellanet, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Leroy Holmes).

94 1616

Try a little love: Sam Cooke. RCA Victor LSP 3435, (S3RS-7368), (S3SRS-7369), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Almost in your arms -- To each his own -- Tammy (Sam Cooke).

94 1617

Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney: That Travelin' Two-Beat. Capitol Records T-2300, (T 1-2300), (T 2-2300), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. 2 copies. Contents: Side 1: That travelin' two-beat -- New Vienna Woods -- Knees up, Mother Brown -- Adios señorita; Side 2: Hear that band -- The daughter of Molly Malone -- That travelin' two-beat.

94 1618-1619

Warm and willing: Norrie Paramor. Capitol Records T-2357 (T-X-1-2357), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Warm and willing (Norrie Paramor and His Orchestra, vocal by Patricia Clark).

94 1620

Joanie Sommers: Softly, the Brazilian sound. Warner Bros. WS 1575 (S 38957), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dear heart (Joanie Sommers).

95 1621

Dear heart and other songs about love. RCA Victor LSP 2990 (RPRS-5489), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dear heart -- Mr. Lucky (Henri Mancini and His Orchestra and Chorus).

95 1622

Sarah Vaughan sings the Mancini songbook. Mercury MG-21009, 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dear heart -- Dreamsville (Sarah Vaughan).

95 1623

Venice blue: Bobby Darin. Capitol Records ST-2322 (ST 1-2322), 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Dear heart (Bobby Darin, arranged and conducted by Ernie Freeman and Richard Wess).

95 1624

The young Americans presented by Johnny Mathis. Mercury MG 21023/SR 61023, 1965. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Round and round the romance tree (Johnny Mathis).

95 1625

Brazil now: Les Baxter. GNP Crescendo Records GNP 2036, 1965. Note: Songs by other composers, album is inscribed to Ray Evans by Les Baxter. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

95 1626

Henry Mancini presents The Academy Award songs. RCA Victor LPM-6013, (SPRM-4579), (SPRM-4580), 1966. 2 sound discs : 12 in. Contents: Whatever will be, will be -- Mona Lisa -- Buttons and bows (Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus).

95 1627-1628

The Anita Kerr Singers: Slightly baroque. Warner Bros. Records WS 1665 (S 39169), 1966. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Mona Lisa (The Anita Kerr Singers).

95 1629

The best of Chet Atkins, Vol. 2. RCA Victor LPM 3558 (SPRM-7478), 1966. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Whatever will be, will be (Chet Atkins).

95 1630

I Festival Internacional da Cançao Popular: Rio de Janeiro 1966. Secretaria de Turismo do Estado da Guanabara, ST-1 to ST-6, 1966. 6 sound discs : 12 in. Contents: Song of nostalgia (Gogi Grant) -- Pot-pourri (of Mona Lisa and Que sera, sera).

96 1631-1636

Andy Williams: In the arms of love. Columbia CS 9333 (XSM 113912), 1966. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: In the arms of love (Andy Williams).

96 1637

Choice: John Gary. RCA Victor LSP 3501 (SPRS-4470), 1966. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Tammy (John Gary, arranged and conducted by Marty Parch).

96 1638

A merry Mancini Christmas. RCA Victor LSP 3612 (TPRS-4544), 1966. Note: "Silver bells" is part of a medley. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Silver bells (Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus).

96 1639

This property is condemned. Verve Records V/V6-8664 (MGS 332), 1966. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Wish me a rainbow (conducted by Kenyon Hopkins).

96 1640

Susana Colonna En Ritmo Jequibau: The exciting rhythm from Brazil. Chantecler CMG 2374, P-1968 (CMG 2374), 1966. Note: No Evans songs. Sound disc inscribed to Ray Evans signed by Mario Albanese and Ciro Pereira. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

96 1641

Sweet Maria: The Billy Vaughn Singers. Dot Record DLP 25,782 (LPS 76,492), 1967. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Wish me a rainbow (The Billy Vaughn Singers).

96 1642

Al Martino: This love for you. Capitol Records ST 2654 (ST1-2654), 1967. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: In the arms of love (Al Martino, accompanied by orchestra, conducted by Peter de Angelis).

96 1643

Stevie Wonder: Someday at Christmas. Tamla TS-281 (HS-1494-2/UR45-1798), 1967. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Silver bells (Stevie Wonder).

97 1644

That's life by The International Pop Orchestra. Wyncote W-9185, 1967. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Let me be loved (The International Pop Orchestra).

97 1645

Wish Me a Rainbow. RCA Camden CAS 2147 (UCRS-4623), 1967. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Wish me a rainbow (arranged by Bob Armstrong, produced by Ethel Gabriel).

97 1646

Hits of our time: Lawrence Welk. DOT DLP 3790 (LPM 56,515), 1967. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: In the arms of love -- Wish me a rainbow (Lawrence Welk and His Orchestra).

97 1647

II Festival Internacional da Cançao Popular, Rio. Ritmos Codil CDL 13,017, 1968. Note: No Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

97 1648

To each his own: Frankie Laine. ABC/S-628, 1968. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: To each his own (Frankie Laine).

97 1649

Voices in love: The Voices in Love Chorus. Monument SLP 18108, 1968. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: How can I tell her (The Voices in Love Chorus, arranged and produced by Bill Justis).

97 1650

Jerry Vale: You don't have to say you love me. Columbia CS 9574 (XSM 119700), 1968. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: To each his own (Jerry Vale).

97 1651

Festival in Brazil (various artists). Philips PHS 600-273, 1968. Note: No Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

97 1652

Academy Award hit songs, 1934-1967. London CHA S-1, (ZAL-8645), (ZAL-8646), 1969. 2 sound discs : 12 in. Contents: Buttons and bows -- Mona Lisa (Frank Chacksfield and His Orchestra).

97 1653-1654

The Oscar: original soundtrack. Columbi Masterworks OL 6550, XLP 112506-112507, 1969. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Kay and Frankie dance -- Song from the Oscar (Maybe Sptember) -- Song from the Oscar -- The glass mountain.

98 1655

Walter Wanderley set: When it was done. A&M Records SP-3018 (SP-3035), 1969. 1 sound disc : 12 in. 2 copies. Contents: Open your arms (Walter Wanderley).

98 1656-1657

Christmas gift 'rap: Merry Christmas from Motown. Motown MS 725, 5-681 (HS-1561, W4RS-6357), 1970. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Silver bells (Diana Ross & The Supremes).

98 1658

The Exotic Guitars: Holly holy. Ranwood Records R8073 (LPS-50, 150), 1970. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: To each his own (The Exotic Guitars, produced by Randy Wood, arranged and conducted by Bill Justis).

98 1659

Let me touch you: The Bob Crewe Generation. CGC-1000 (CXP-117-A), 1970. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Golden earrings -- To each his own (The Bob Crewe Generation).

98 1660

The Temptations Christmas card. Gordy GLPS-951 (HS-1802, Z4RS-4083), 1970. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Silver bells (produced by Barrett Strong and Clay McMurray).

98 1661

Gene Leis plays Beautiful guitar. One Star Project LSP 570, 1970. Note: Sound disc inscribed to Ray Evans; no Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

98 1662

A time to be jolly: Bing Crosby. Daybreak Records DR 2006 (AKRS-6265), 1971. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: 'Round and 'round the Christmas tree (Bing Crosby, arranged by Les Brown and Sonny Burke).

98 1663

Brass on ivory: Henry Mancini and Doc Severinsen. RCA LSP-4629 (BPRS-8101), 1972. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Brass on ivory -- Dreamsville (Henry Mancini and Doc Severinsen with orchestra and chorus).

98 1664

Johnny Mathis: All-time greatest hits. Columbia KG 31345 (BL 31346, C 31346), 1972. 2 sound discs : 12 in. Contents: All the time (Johnny Mathis with Ray Ellis and His Orchestra).

99 1665-1666

Johnny Prophet: This is my life. JJ Records JJ-2266 (JP-4273-2), 1972. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: In Laguna (Johnny Prophet).

99 1667

Chinese opera: Wo Chiao Pò (The Reunion). Lyrichord LLST 7232, 1972. Note: Sound disc inscribed to Ray Evans; No Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

99 1668

Donny. MGM Records M3G-4978, 1974. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Content: Mona Lisa (Donny Osmond, arranged by Don Costa).

99 1669

Moacir Santos: Saudade. Blue Note BN-LA260-G, 1974. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Kathy -- What's my name (Moacir Santos).

99 1670

Evocando Los Años Treinta: Rene Cospito. RCA Camden CAS-3447, 1974. Note: Sound disc inscribed to Ray Evans; No Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

99 1671

Woody Herman: Children of Lima. Fantasy F-9477 (F-9477B), 1975. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Never let me go (Woody Herman).

99 1672

Songwriters' Hall of Fame: The National Academy of Popular Music. Columbia Special Products P2-12656 P12657 (BS 12657), 1975. 2 sound discs : 12 in. 2 copies. Contents: Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Doris Day).

99 1673-1676

Three days of the condors: Original soundtrack recording. Capitol SW-11469 (SW2-11469), 1975. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Silver bells.

100 1677

W.C. Fields and me. MCA Records MCA-2092 (MCA 1011), 1976. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: The joke's on me (from motion picture soundtrack).

100 1678

Karel Gott: Die Goldene Stimme aus Prag. Polydor 249253, 1976. Note: Sound disc inscribed to Ray Evans; No Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

100 1679

The best of Dinah Shore. Columbia C 34395 (BL 34395), 1977. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Content: Buttons and bows (Dinah Shore and Her Happy Valley Boys) -- Golden earrings (Dinah Shore).

100 1680

Natalie Cole: Natalie...Live! Capitol SKBL 11709, 1978. 2 sound discs : 12 in. Que sera, sera (Natalie Cole).

100 1681-1682

A free man: Johnny Cash sing 20 Lieder aus einem freien Land voller Abenteuer. CBS Records 85032 (85032-2), 1981. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Bonanza (Johnny Cash).

100 1683

Die Goldenen 20 Gitarren-Schlager-Favoriten. Heimat Melodie PL 29737 (LC5635), 1981. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Bonanza (The Tennessee Guitars).

100 1684

Willie Nelson: Somewhere over the rainbow. Columbia C 36883 (AL 36883), 1981. 1 sound disc : 12 in. COntents: Mona Lisa (Willie Nelson).

100 1685

Christmas soul special. QAG Records QAG 1600 (QAG 1600-B19), 1982. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Silver bells (Wilson Pickett).

100 1686

Stuck on T.V.: Warren Schatz with The Universal City Orchestra. MCA Records MCA-5380 (MCA 3223), 1982. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Tammy (part of a medley).

100 1687

Merry Twismas from Conway Twitty and His Little Friends. Warner Bros. Recordings 23971-1, 1983. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Silver bells.

101 1688

Willie Nelson: Without a song. Columbia FC 39110, 1983. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Golden earrings -- To each his own (Willie Nelson).

101 1689

Elvis: A legendary performer, volume 4. RCA Records CPL 1-4848 (CPL 1-4848-A), 1983 (1954). 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Mona Lisa (Elvis Presley, produced by Joah Deary).

101 1690

Gabriela. RCA Victor 103.0585, 1983. Note: Sound disc inscribed to Ray Evans by Gabriela Jobim; No Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

101 1691

Larry O'Leno sings Billy Strayhorn. Painted Smiles Records PS-1349, 1984. Note: Sound disc inscribed to Ray Evans by Larry O'Leno; No Evans songs. 1 sound disc : 12 in.

101 1692

Love dance: Vivian Lord. Stash Records ST 241, 1985. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Never let me go (Vivian Lord, piano by Richard Kimball).

101 1693

Nat King Cole and His Trio: After midnight. Capitol Records EMS 1103 (EMS 1103A), 1986 (1956). 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: I Was a little too lonely and you were a little too late (Nat King Cole and His Trio).

101 1694

Tony Bennett: 'Bridges,' Travessia. LupSom 2L 4.4004 (2L 4.4004-B), 1987. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: All mine (Tony Bennett).

101 1695

Willie Nelson: What a wonderful world. Columbia C 44331 (BL 44331), 1988. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: To each his own (Willie Nelson).

101 1696

Julio Iglesias: Starry night. Columbia C 46857 (AL 46857), 1990. 1 sound disc : 12 in. Contents: Mona Lisa (Julio Iglesias).

101 1697

D.  4 3/4 in. digital sound discs.

The complete Livingston and Evans song library.
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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 computer optical disc : 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: Introductory CD-Rom, includes biography in English and French -- Songs alphabetical -- Songs complete list -- Songs by category -- Songs by artist -- Songs by decade -- Songs by record label.

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 1 of 10: 1. Adios senorita (Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney) -- 2. All the Time (Johnny Mathis) -- 3. All the time (Jackie Paris with Leonard Feather and Dick Hyman All Stars) -- 4. Angel (Johnny Tillotson) -- 5. Angeltown (Bob Grabeau with Horace Heidt and His Orchestra) -- 6. Anywhere but here (Rosemary Clooney, Jose Ferrer, Jay Livingston, Ray Kellog and Eileen Wilson) -- 7. As I love you (Joe Williams with Count Basie and His Orchestra) -- 8. As I love you (Jo Stafford with Paul Westn and His Orchestra) -- 9. As I love you (Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra) -- 10. As I love you (Carmen McRae) -- 11. As I love you (Shirley Bassey) -- 12. Banana boat (Betty Hutton with orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle) -- 13. Band baby (Johnny Mercer, Chesterfield Music Shop Radio Show) -- 14. The best undressed girl in town (Barbara Nichols) -- 15. Bonanza (Al Caiola and His Orchestra, 16. Bonanza (David Rose and His Orchestra) -- 17. Bonanza (Lome Greene) -- 18. Bonanza (Johnny Cash) -- 19. Bonanza (Ralf Paulsen) -- 20. Bonanza (Felix Slatkin) -- 21. Bonanza (Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra) -- 22. Bonanza (Marty Gold and His Orchestra) -- 23. Bonanza (The A Strings) -- 24. Bonanza (Arthur Fiedler and Boston Pops)) -- 25. Bye-bye (The Anita Kerr Quartet) -- 26. Bye-bye (Sarah Vaughan).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 2 of 10: 1. Calcutta (Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney, with Builly May and His Orchestra -- 2. C'est la guerre (Dick Steward and The Page Cavanaugh Trio) -- 3. Chihuahua choo-choo (Gloria Craig) -- 4. Chihuahua choo-choo (Donald O'Connor) -- 5. Cincinnati (Martha Davis) -- 6. Cincinnati (Ray McKinley and His Orchestra) -- 7. Cincinnati (Helen Forrest with the Crew Chiefs Orchestra, conducted by Harold Mooney) -- 8. Dear heart (Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus) -- 9. Dear heart (Andy Williams) -- 10. Dear heart (Joanie Sommers with Laurindo Almeida) -- 11. Dear heart (The Anita Kerr Quartet) -- 12. Dear heart (Jack Jones) -- 13. Dear heart (Sarah Vaughan) -- 14. Do it yourself (Cha Cha Cha) (Hal March with Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Norman Luboff) -- 15. Dreamsville (Henry Mancini and His Orchestra) -- 16. Dreamsville (Andy Williams) -- 17. Dreamsville (Lola Albright) -- 18. Dreamsville (Cleo Laine) -- 19. Dreamsville (The Anita Kerr Quartet) -- 20. Dreamsville (Sarah Vaughan) -- 21. Everything beautiful (Rudy Valentyne) -- 22. Everything beautiful (Rudy Valentyne) -- 23. Femininity (Leonard Feather, Dick Hyman All Stars, vocal by Marilyn Moore).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 3 of 10: 1. Frangipani blossom (Axel Stordahl, His Orchestra and Chorus) --2. G'Bye now (Frankie Masters) -- 3. G'Bye now (Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra, vocal by Marilyn Duke) -- 4. G'Bye now (Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights, chorus Ronnie Kemper) -- 5. Give it all you got (Leonard Feather/Dick Hyman All Stars, vocal by Marilyn Moore) -- 6. Give it all you got (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 7. Got an invitation (soundtrack from Swing Hostess) -- 8. Hear that band (Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney) -- 9. Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (Through Children's Eyes) (The Limeliters) -- 10. Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (Through Children's Eyes) (Debbie Reynolds) -- 11. Hey, Madame (Leonard Feather/Dick Hyman All Stars, vocal by Osie Johnson) -- 12. Hey, Madame (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 13. Highway polka (Johnny Mercer, Chesterfield Music Shop Radio Show) -- 14. His own little island (Alan Sherman) -- 15. Honorable congratulations (The McGuire Sisters, orchestra directed by Neal Hefti) -- 16. How do we know we're in love? (Gogi Grant, orchestra conducted by Frank DeVol) -- 17. How much will I love you? (Gogi Grant) -- 18. How much will I love you? (Liza Minelli) -- 19. I heard (Eddie Foy and John Raitt) -- 20. I'll eat my hat (Martha Tilton) -- 21. In Laguna (George Russell, His Orchestra and Chorus) -- 22. In the arms of love (Andy Williams) -- 23. In the arms of love (Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 4 of 10: 1. In the arms of love (Ed Ames) -- 2. In the arms of love (Al Martino) -- 3. It's never quite the same (Jo Stafford) -- 4. I've been there (And I'm Back) (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 5. I've had enough (Betty Hutton, orchestra arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle) -- 6. I waited so long (Nat King Cole) -- 7. I waited so long (Gogi Grant) -- 8. I was a little too lonely (And you were a little too late) (Nat King Cole and His Trio) -- 9. Kathy (Moacir Santos) -- 10. Keep it simple (Rosemary Clooney) -- 11. Keep it simple (Leonard Feather/Dick Hyman All Stars) -- 12. Knees up Mother Brown (Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney) 13. Let me be loved (Eydie Gorme, orchestra arranged and conducted by Don Costa) -- 14. Let me be loved (Larry Adler) -- 15. Let me be loved (Chet Baker, Bud Shank orchestra) -- 16. Let me be loved (Mantovani and His Orchestra, trumpet solo by Stan Newsome) -- 17. Let me be loved (Tommy Sands) -- 18. Let me be loved (Maureen Rene) -- 19. Let me be loved (Dietmar Schonherr) -- 20. Let me hear you whisper (Jo Stafford and David Hughes with Paul Weston's Orchestra) -- 21. Let me hear you whisper (Alfred Apaka and The Hawaiian Village Serenaders) -- 22. Let me hear you whisper (The Voices of Walter Schumann) -- 23. Let me so love (Ed Ames, orchestra arranged and conducted by Perry Botkin, Jr.) -- 24. Life does a man a favor (Vic Damone, orchestra conducted by Percy Faith).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 5 of 10: 1. Life does a man a favor (The Leonard Feather/Dick Hyman All Stars, vocal by Marilyn Moore) -- 2. Life does a man a favor (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 3. Mama, mama, mama (Where youget de cigar?) (Tony Travis with orchestra and chorus conducted by Harry Geller) -- 4. Mr. Ed (Jay Livingston) -- 5. Mister Ed (Tiny Tim) -- 6. Moon dreams (Flora Purim, arranged by Stanley Clarke) -- 7. Mr. Lucky (Herny Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus) -- 8. Mr. Lucky (Sarah Vaughan) -- 9. Mr. Lucky (The Anita Kerr Quartet) -- 10. Mr. Lucky (Marlene Ver Planck) -- 11. My heart's on ice (The Charioteers) -- 12. My heartzapoppin' (Olsen and Johnson, with The Four Belles) -- 13. My sons, my sons (Lorne Greene) -- 14. One hand tied behind my back (Gisele Mackenzie) -- 15. Oom-pah papa (Trav's Trio) -- 16. Oo-wah oh (Trav's Trio) -- 17. Open your arms (Gordon Macrae, chorus and orchestra by Van Alexander) -- 18. Open your arms (Let me walk right in) (Walter Wanderly, vocal by Milton Nascimento) -- 19. Punch and Judy (demonstration record) -- 20. 'Round and 'round the Christmas tree (Bing Crosby, Jack Halloran and the Voices of Christmas, orchestra conducted by Les Brown) -- 21. Satins and spurs (Betty Hutton and The Textor Singers) -- 22. Sepulveda (The King's Jesters) -- 23. Sepulveda (Alvino Rey and His Orchestra, vocal by Joanne Ryan) -- 24. Straight to baby (Lola Albright, Henry Mancini and His Orchestra) -- 25. Strange little girl (Audre Cooper) -- 26. Stuffy (Molly Bee with the Van Alexander Orchestra) -- 27. Sugar boat (The Mills Brothers).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 6 of 10: 1. Surprise (Rosemary Clooney) -- 2. Surprise (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 3. Take a giant step (Johnny Nash, arranged and conducted by Don Costa) -- 4. Tammy (Debbie Reynolds with Joseph Gershenson and the U-1 Orchestra) -- 5. Tammy (Debbie Reynolds) -- 6. Tammy (Joseph Gershenson and the U-1 Orchestra) -- 7. Tammy (Andy Williams Orchestra, conducted by Robert Mersey) -- 8. Tammy (Roger Williams) -- 9. Tammy (John Gary) -- 10. Tammy (Floyd Cramer) -- 11. Tammy (The Gunter Kallmann Chorus) -- 12. Tammy (Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra) -- 13. Tammy (Ray Conniff, His Orchestra and Chorus) -- 14. Tammy (Richard Hayman, His Orchestra and Chorus) -- 15. Tammy (Fred Ellis, chorus and orchestra directed by Henry Jerome) -- 16. Tammy (Bill Snyder, His Piano and Orchestra) -- 17. Tammy (Dean Courtney) -- 18. Tammy (The Ames Brothers with Joe Reisman's Orchestra and Chorus) -- 19. That ain't right (Betty Hutton) -- 20. That travelin' two-beat (Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney, arranged and conducted by Billy May) -- 21. That's you (Eres tu) (Perry Como with Joe Reisman's Orchestra and Chorus) -- 22. The cat and the canary (Johnny Mercer, Chesterfield Music Shop Radio Show) -- 23. The daughter of Molly Malone (Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney, arranged and conducted by Billy May) -- 24. The little rock roll (Betty Hutton, arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle) -- 25. The magic touch (Bill Snyder) -- 26. The mole people (Michael Feinstein).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 7 of 10: 1. The mole people (Ronny Whyte) -- 2. The morning music of Montmartre (Rosemary Clooney) -- 3. The Morning Music of Montmartre (Norman Luboff) -- 4. The new Vienna Woods (Bing Crosby and Rosemary clooney, orchestra arranged and conducted by Billy May) -- 5. The second greatest sex (Kitty Kallen and Georgie Shaw, with Jack Pleis and His Orchestra) -- 6. The temple of an understanding heart (Jo Stafford, with Paul Weston and His Orchestra) -- 7. This could have been mine (Mary Lee Whitney) -- 8. This happy feeling (Debbie Reynolds, orchestra directed by George Cates) -- 9. We'll love again (Doris Day, with Frank DeVol and His Orchestra) -- 10. We're not children (The Leonard Feather/Dick Heyman All Stars, vocals by Marilyn Moore and Jackie Paris) -- 11. We're not children (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 12. We've loved before (Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus) -- 13. What a deal (Martha Tilton) -- 14. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Doris Day, with Frank DeVol and His Orchestra) -- 15. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Sly and The Family Stone) -- 16. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (The Red Army Choir) -- 17. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Mary Hopkin) -- 18. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Chet Atkins) -- 19. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) Normie Rowe) -- 20. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (The High Keyes) -- 21. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Henry Mancini) -- 22. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (The Raes) -- 23. Whatever Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Carmela Ray) -- 24. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Peter Kraus with Connie Francis).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 8 of 10: 1. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Japanese version) -- 2. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Jacqueline François with Michel Le Grand and His Orchestra) -- 3. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Emilio Pericoli) -- 4. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Eddy Howard) -- 5. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Ray Ellis and His Orchestra) -- 6. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Israeli version) -- 7. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Holly Cole Trio) -- 8. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera) (Natalie Cole) -- 9. What's yours? (The Mary Kaye Trio) -- 10. Whopp-diddy-ay (Betty Hutton, orchestra arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle) -- 11. Wildcat Smathers (Betty Hutton, orchestra arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle) -- 12. The window wiper song (The Four Belles) -- 13. Without tears (Audre Cooper) -- 14. You don't know him (Rosemary Clooney) -- 15. You don't know him (The Leonard Feather/Dick Hyman All Stars, vocal by Marilyn Moore) -- 16. You don't know him (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 17. The Youngblood Hawke theme (On my way) (Mitch Miller) -- 18. You're so right for me (Peggy Lee) -- 19. You're so right for me (Tony Bennett) -- 20. You're so right for me (Stan Freeman and His Quartet) -- 21. You're so right for me (Sid Ramin and His Orchestra) -- 22. You're so right for me (The Leonard Feather/Dick Hyman All Stars, vocal by Jackie Paris) -- 23. You're so right for me (Betty Hutton and Earl Wrightson).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 9 of 10: Oh Captain! 1958: 1. Overture (orchestra) -- 2. A very proper town (Ensemble, Tony Randall) -- 3. Life does a man a favor (When it gives him simple joys) (Tony Randall, Jacquelyn McKeever) -- 4. Life does a man a favor (When it leads him down to the sea (Tony Randall, Edward Platt, George Ritner, Bruce MacKay, Louis Polacek, Nolan Van Way) -- 5. Captain Henry St. James (The Crew) -- 6. Three paradises (Tony Randall) -- 7. Surprise (Jacquelyn McKeever, Ensemble) -- 8. Life does a man a favor (When it puts him in Paree) (Tony Randall) -- 9. Hey, Madame (Tony Randall) -- 10. Femininity (Eileen Rodgers) -- 11. It's never quite the same (Edward Platt, The Crew) -- 12. It's never quite the same (Jacquelyn McKeever, Edward Platt, The Crew) -- 13. We're not children (Jacquelyn McKeever, Paul Valentine) -- 14. Give it all you got (Susan Johnson, Ensemble) -- 15. Love is hell (Susan Johnson) -- 16. Keep it simple (Eileen Rodgers) -- 17. The morning music of Montmartre (Susan Johnson, Ensemble) -- 18. You don't know him (Jacquelyn McKeever, Eileen Rodgers) -- 19. I've been there and I'm back (Edward Platt, Tony Randall) -- 20. Double standard (Jacquelin McKeever, Eileen Rodgers) -- 21. You're so right for me (Edward Platt, Eileen Rodgers) -- 22. All the time (Tony Randall, Jacquelyn McKeever) -- 23. Finale (Ensemble).

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The complete Livingston and Evans song library. Jay Livingston Music, Inc., undated. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: CD 10 of 10: Let It Ride! 1961: 1. Overture (orchestra) -- 2. Run, run, run (Company) -- 3. The nicest thing (Paula Stewart) -- 4. Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (George Gobel) -- 5. Broads ain't people (George Gobel, Harold Gary, Larry Alpert, and Albert Linville) -- 6. Let it ride (Sam Levene and Company) -- 7. I'll learn ya (George Gobel and Sam Levene) -- 8. Love, let me know (Paula Stewart and Stanley Grover) -- 9. Happy birthday, Erwin (Birthday Girls) -- 10. Everything beautiful (George Gobel and Birthday Girls) -- 11. Who's doing what to Erwin? (Paula Stewart, Ted Thurston, Stanley Grover and Maggie Worth) -- 12. I wouldn't have had to (Barbara Nichols) -- 13. There's something about a horse (Company) -- 14. He needs you (George Gobel, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville and Sam Levene) -- 15. Just an honest mistake (Ted Thurston, Stanley Simmonds and Company) -- 16. His own little island (George Gobel) -- 17. If flutterlby wins (George Gobel, Sam Levene, Larry Alpert, Albert Linville, Harold Gary and Company) -- 18. Finale (Entire Company).

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Record album #2. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. Never let me go (Nat King Cole) -- 2. The second greates sex (Kitty Allen and George Shaw) -- 3. Open your arms (Gordon MacRae) -- 4. Silver bells (Eddy Howard) -- 5. Silver bells (Bing Crosby and Carole Richards) -- 6. The golden years (Russ Morgan) -- 7. Let me love you (Bill Darnel) -- 8. Marshmallow moon (Dinah Shore) -- 9. Alley oop (Margie Rayburn) -- 10. Let me hear you whisper (Alfred Apaka) -- 11. Let me hear you whisper (Jo Stafford and David Hughes) -- 12. Let me be loved (Montovani and His Orchestra) -- 13. Let me be loved (Eydie Gorme) -- 14. Let me be loved (The Chet Baker-Bud Shank Orchestra) -- 15. Let me be loved (Jimmy Kerr).

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Record album #3. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. As I Love You (Joe Williams) -- 2. C'est la guerre (Dick Stewart and The Page Cavanaugh Trio) -- 3. My beloved (Bob Sands) -- 4. Chihuahua choo choo (Ginny Gibson) -- 5. Do it yourself (Bin Hal March) -- 6. Silver bells (The Andrew Sisters with The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir) -- 7. We'll love again (Doris Day) -- 8. Mil violines (Los Tres Diamantes) -- 9. How can I tell her? (The Spencer-Hagen Orchestra) -- 10. Whatever will be, will be (Que Sera, Sera) (Eddy Howard) -- 11. Pat-a-cake/Three blind mice/Jingle bells (Singing Dogs) -- Buttons and bows (Carol Jarvis) -- 13. Silver bells (Four Aces) -- 14. That's how it is (Rosemary Clooney).

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Record album #4. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. My beloved (Dick Haymes) -- 2. The ruby and the pearl (Leroy Holmes Orchestra) -- 3. When you love someone (Rosemary Clooney) -- 4. Stuffy (Molly Bee) -- 5. Hey, Punchinello (Jerry Vale) -- 6. Tonight my love (Karen Chandler) -- 7. Wing ding (Bob Hope and Jane Russell) -- 8. Wing ding tonight (Freddy Martin orchestra) -- 9. Marshmallow moon (The Four Knights) -- 10. Banana boat (Betty Hutton) -- 11. The temple of an understanding heart (Jo Stafford) -- 12. As I love you (Shirley Bassey) -- 13. The ruby and the pearl (Jerry Southern) -- 14. Marshmallow moon (Guy Lombardo) -- 15. To each his own (The Three Chuckles).

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Record album #5. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. All the time (Johnny Mathis) -- 2. Another time, another place (Pat O'Day) -- 3. Another time, another place (Patti Page) -- 4. Another time, another day (May Kaye Trio) -- 5. Another time, another place (Don Cherry) -- 6. My love loves me (The Four Coins) -- 7. The magic touch (Beverly Kenny) -- 8. How do we know we're in love (Gogi Grant) -- 9. Vertigo (Billy Eckstine) -- 10. Love song from houseboat (Steve Allen) -- 11. Love song from houseboat (Joe Reisman) -- 12. Love song from houseboat (Les Baxter) -- 13. Almost in your arms (Sam Cooke) -- 14. The happy feeling (Debbie Reynolds) -- 15. To each his own (Jane Morgan).

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Record album #6A. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Edouard Duleu) -- 2. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Eddie Barclay) -- 3. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Marie Jose) -- 4. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Claud Goaty) -- 5. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Luis Mariano) -- 6. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Henry Leca) -- 7. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Line Renaud) -- 8. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Franck Pourcel) -- 9. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Georges Blanes) -- 10. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Jacqueline François) -- 11. How can I tell her (The Four Freshman) -- 12. Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Doris Day).

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Record album #6B. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (13) C'est la guerre (Helen Grayco) -- 2. (14) Tammy (Pat Kirby) -- 3. (15) Silver bells (The Fonaine Sisters) -- 4. (16) Tammy (Richard Hayman) -- 5. (17) That's what you mean to me (Jose Duval) -- 6. (18) My love loves me (Bunny Bishop) -- 7. (19) Tammy (The Ames Brothers) -- 8. (20) Tell my love (Billy Vaughn) -- 9. (21) Tammy (Debbie Reynolds) -- 10. (22) Tammy (Joseph Gershenson) -- 11. (23) Let me be loved (Tommy Sands) -- 12. (24) The loves of Omar Khayyam (Kay Cee Jones).

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Record album #7. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (1) I waited so long (Jeri Southern) -- 2. (2) Silver bells (Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians) -- 3. (3) Tammy (George Barnes) -- 4. (4) To each his own (Billy Ward and The Dominoes) -- 5. (5) Tammy (Bill Snyder Orchestra) -- 6. (6) Hey, Madame (Guy Mitchell) -- 7. (7) Silver bells (Vincent Lopez) -- 8. (8A) We're not children (Abbe Lane) -- 9. (8B) Femininity (Abbe Lane) -- 10. (9A) Surprise (Rosemary Clooney) -- 11. (9B) You don't know him (Rosemary Clooney) -- 12. (10) The morning music of Montmartre (The Norman Luboff Choir) -- 13. (11) You're so right for me (Tony Bennett) -- 14. (12) Life does a man a favor (Vic Damone) -- 15. (13) It's never quite the same (Jo Stafford) -- 16. (14A) Life does a girl a favor (Jeri Southern) -- 17. (14B) We're not children - Jeri Southern (Jeri Southern) -- 18. (15) As I love you (Carmen McRae).

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Record album #8. Livingston and Evans music. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (2) Almost in your arms (Johnny Nash) -- 2. (3A) Almost in your arms (Vera Lynn) -- 3. (3B) Love song from houseboat (Mantovani) -- 4. (4) Love song from houseboat (Ralph Marterie) -- 5. (5A) Bing, bang, bong (Don Costa) -- 6. (5B) Love song from houseboat (Don Costa) -- 7. (6) Bing, bang, bong (Leon Merian Orchestra) -- 8. (7) Mona Lisa (Carl Mann) -- 9. (8) Mona Lisa (Conway Twitty) -- 10. (9) Dreamsville (Pat Suzuki) -- 11. (10A) Warm and willing (The sweet corporals) -- 12. (10B) The same old army (The sweet corporals) -- 13. (11) Angeltown (Bob Thompson Orchestra) -- 14. (12) Angeltown (Bob Grabeau) -- 15. (13) Take a giant step (Johnny Nash) -- 16. (14) Silver bells (The Ray Conniff Singers) -- 17. (15) The wish (Johnny Nash).

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Record album #9A. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (1A) The Youngblood Hawke (#1) (Mitch Miller) -- 2. (1B) The Youngblood Hawke (#2) (Mitch Miller) -- 3. (2)* Call me irresponsible (Jack Jones) -- 4. (3A)* Try a little tenderness (Neil K. Kyler) -- 5. (3B)* A lot of livin' to do (Neil Kyler) -- 6. (4) Almost in your arms (Lex Golden) -- 7. (5) Dreamsville (Andy Williams) -- 8. (6) Que sera, sera (The High Keyes) -- 9. (7) I was a little too lonely (Pearl Bailey) -- 10. (8) What's yours (The Mary Kaye Trio) -- 11. (9) Tammy (Fred Ellis) -- 12. (10) Warm and willing (John Gary) -- 13. (12) Bonanza (Al Caiola).

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Record album #9B. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (13) Bonanza (David Rose) -- 2. (14) Bonanza (Buddy Morrow) -- 3. (15) Bonanza (Johnny Cash) -- 4. (16) Bonanza (The Travellers) -- 5. (17) Bonanza (Ralf Paulsen) -- 6. (18) The Youngblood Hawke (Mike Daniels) -- 7. (19) As I love you (Jennie Smith) -- 8. (20) To each his own (The Platters) -- 9. (21) To each his own (The Tymes) -- 10. (22) Buttons and bows (The Browns) -- 11. (23) Buttons and bows (Don Robertson) -- 12. (24) Hey Jimmy Joe John Jim Jack (Jimmy Elledge).

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Record album #10A. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. Let it ride (The Blue Chips) -- 2. Everything beautiful (Norman Luboff) -- 3. His own little island (Norman Luboff) -- 4. Silver bells (Mitch Miller) -- 5. Silver bells (Bob and Dolores Hope) -- 6. Silver bells (Jerry Vale) -- 7. Silver bells (Pat Boone) -- 8. Silver bells (Sammy Kaye) -- 9. (Robert Goulet) -- 10. Silver bells (Al Martino) -- 11. Dear heart (Henry Mancini) -- 12. Dear heart (Jack Jones) -- 13. Dear heart (Andy Williams).

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Record album #10B. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (14) Angel (Johnny Tillotson) -- 2. (15) Ev'rything beautiful (Rudy Valentyne) -- 3. (16A) *Stormy monday blues (The Harlequins) -- 4. (16B) *You spec (The Harlequins) -- 5. (17) Lonely girl (Bobby Vinton) -- 6. (18) Never too late (David Rose) -- 7. (19) Never too late (Vic Damone) -- 8. (20) Song from the Oscar (Tony Bennett) -- 9. (21) Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Tony Bennett) -- 10. (22A) Song from the Oscar (Percy Faith) -- 11. (22B) The glass mountain (Percy Faith) -- 12. (23) The glass mountain (Johnny Mathis) -- 13. (24) You're gonna hear from me (Dory and Andre Previn).

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Record album #11A. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. Wish me a rainbow (Pattie Page) -- 2. This could have been mine (Mary Lee Whitney) -- 3. His own little island (Alan Sherman) -- 4. We've loved before (Henry Mancini) -- 5. (6) In the arms of love (-- 6. (7) Wish me a rainbow (Elli Saint-James) -- 7. (8A) *Esta saudade (Samba) -- 8. (8B) *Vem Chegando a Madrugada (Samba) -- 9. (8C) *Transformacao (Samba) -- 10. (9A) *Capoeira e Berimbau (Cyro Aguiar) -- 12. (9B) *A Loucura das Garotas (Cyro Aguiar) -- 13. (11) In the arms of love (Sammy Kaye) -- 14. (12A) *Chora, Ceu (Claudia) -- 15. (12B) *Mensagem (Claudia).

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Record album #11B. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (13) Wish me a rainbow (Gunter Kallman) -- 2. (14) Wish me a rainbow (Karen Verros) -- 3. (15) Wish me a rainbow (Astrud Gilberto) -- 4. (16) Wish me a rainbow (Margie Rayburn) -- 5. (17) Wish me a rainbow (Leonie Norton) -- 6. (18) In the arms of love (Henri Mancini) -- 7. (19) Tammy (Dean Coutney) -- 8. (20) In the arms of love (Andy Williams) -- 9. (21) In the arms of love (Al Martino) -- 10. (22) *Alfie (Jack Jones) -- 11. (23A) *Velho Pescador (Nana) -- 12. (23B) *Saveiros (Nana) -- 13. (24A) *Amor-Paz (Maysa) -- 14. (24B) *Dia Das Rosas (Maysa).

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Record album #34A. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. Wait until dark (Gerri Granger) -- 2. Wait until dark (Earl Wilson Jr.) -- 3. Wait until dark (Sue Raney) -- 4. Wait until dark (James Darren) -- 5. Wait until dark (Mel Torme) -- 6. Wait until dark (Henry Mancini Orchestra) -- 7. Silver bells (Booker T. and The M.G.'s) -- 8. Let me so love (Ed Ames) -- 9. Tammy (The Gunter Kallman Chorus) -- 10. To each his own (Frankie Laine) -- 11. Someday you'll be sorry (Mike Douglas) -- 12. To Rome with love (The Exotic Guitars) -- 13. Silver bells (Perry Como) -- 14. *Cinderella rockella (Shanda Lear).

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Record album #34B. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. (15A) Midnight cowboy (Henry Mancini Orchestra) -- 2. (15B) *Ballad of easy rider (The Byrds) -- 3. (16) Silver bells (Raymond Lefevre Orchestra) -- 4. (17A) *Raindrops keep fallin' on my head (B. J. Thomas) -- 5. (17B) *Come Saturday morning (The Sandpipers) -- 6. (18) Silver bells (The Brady Bunch) -- 7. (19) Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (Mary Hopkin) -- 8. (20) His own little island (The Don Tweedy Singers) -- 9. (21A) *Cantiga por Luciana (Eva) -- 10. (21B) *Meu Mundo (Eva) -- 11. (22A) *Regra Tres (Toquinho e Vinicius) -- 12. (22B) *Valsa para una Menininha (Toquinho e Vinicius) -- 13. (23A) Where do I go from here (Anita Kerr) -- 14. (23B) Carolina clown (Girl Demo) -- 15. (24A) *Celosa, Celosa, Celosa (Donald) -- 16. (24B) *Donde Vas, Chiquita Bonita (Donald).

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Record album #35. Livingston and Evans music and miscellaneous*. Undated. Note: Copies of commercial recordings, labels unidentified. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1.(1) To each his own (Lamar Morris) -- 2. (2A) *The way we were (Barbra Streisand) -- 3. (2B) *What are you doing the rest of your life (Barbra Streisand) -- 4. (3) The joke's on me (Henry Mancini Orchestra and Choir) -- 5. (4) I was a little too lonely (Pearl Bailey) -- 6. (5) Que sera, sera (Whatever will be, will be) (The Raes) -- 7. (6) Warm and willing (Johnny Mathis) -- 8. (7) Mister Ed (Tiny Tim and The Gloomchasers) -- 9. (8) Silver bells (The Judds) -- 10. (9A) Querida mia (Trio Guadalara) -- 11. (9B) Querida mia (R. Valentino and Gale Stoddard) -- 12. (10) *Frasier (Johnny Mercer).

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Que sera, sera: The songs of Livingston and Evans (Karen Benjamin and Alan Chapman). Completely Baked CD 914, 2006.1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. Bing! Bang! Bong! -- 2. I shoulda quit when I was ahead -- 3. Almost in your arms -- 4. Buttons and bows / Bonanza -- 5. How can I tell him? / Tammy -- 6. Ray: How we lost an Oscar -- 7. Femininity (from the musical) -- 7. Ray: The song with nine lives -- 9. Mona Lisa -- 10. Mister Ed -- 11. To each his own -- 12. The mole people -- 13. Ray: Jay's favorite song -- 14. Never let me go -- 15. Stuff like that there -- 16. Ray: Tinkle bell -- 17. Silver bells -- 18. Ray: A song for Hitchcock -- 19. Whatever will be, will be (Que sera, sera).

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Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney - That travelin' two-beat. Copy of a commercial recording, probably Collectors' Choice Music CCM-221-2; EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets 72435-34208-2-6, which was taken from Capitol LP 2300. 1 sound disc (CD) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 2 copies. Contents: 1. That travelin' two-beat -- 2. New Vienna Woods -- 3. Knees up, Mother Brown -- 4. Roamin' in the gloamin' -- 5. Adios senorita -- 6. Come to the mardi gras -- 7. Hear that band -- 8. The daughter of Molly Malone -- 9. The poor people of Paris -- 10. I get ideas -- 11. Ciao, ciao, bambina -- 12. That travelin' two-beat (reprise).

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