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CDs with: McGovern, Maureen

Dorothy Fields.
I can't give you anything but love (Louis Armstrong and his orchestra) (2:55) -- Diga diga do (The Mills Brothers) (3:06) -- Baby! (Adelaide Hall) (3:08) -- I'm in the mood for love (Frances Langford) (2:43) -- Never gonna dance (Fred Astaire) (3:12) -- I must have that man (Billie Holiday) (2:56) -- A lady needs a change (Ethel Merman) (2:32) -- Close as pages in a book (Bing Crosby) (3:06) -- Don't blame me (Nat "King" Cole Trio) (3:25) -- There must be something better than love (Pearl Bailey) (2:40) -- He had refinement (Shirley Booth) (3:55) -- Happy habit (Mae Barnes) (3:27) -- On the sunny side of the street (Joe Williams) (2:50) -- I feel a song coming on (Judy Garland) (2:08) -- You couldn't be cuter (Margaret Whiting) (2:01) -- Growing pains (Tony Bennett) (3:35) -- I feel merely marvelous (Mabel Mercer) (1:55) -- Make the man love me (Maureen McGovern) (3:24) -- Today I love everybody (Aretha Franklin) (3:25) -- Big spender (Peggy Lee) (2:03) -- Pink taffeta sample size 10 (Sylvia Syms) (4:15) -- If my friends could see me now (Gwen Verdon) (3:27).
CD 1852
George Gershwin / [Ira Gershwin, principal lyricist].
Swanee (Al Jolson) -- I'll build a stairway to paradise (Paul Whiteman and his orchestra) -- Do, do, do (Gertrude Lawrence and Harold French) -- The man I love (Lee Wiley) -- Embraceable you (Nat "King" Cole) -- But not for me (Judy Garland) -- Changing my tune (Mel Tormé and the Mel-Tones) -- Bidin' my time (Mary Martin) -- How long has this been going on? (Ella Fitzgerald) -- Fascinating rhythm ; They can't take that away from me (Fred Astaire) -- A foggy day (in London town) (Chris Connor) -- My cousin in Milwaukee (Nancy Walker) -- Soon (Kaye Ballard) -- 'S wonderful ; My man's gone now (Sarah Vaughan) -- Nice work if you can get it (Mel Tormé) -- Isn't it a pity? (Mabel Mercer) -- It ain't necessarily so (Cab Calloway) -- Hang on to me (Travis Hudson and Ronny Whyte) -- Love walked in (Bobby Short) -- Someone to watch over me (Lena Horne) -- Our love is here to stay (Michael Feinstein) -- Somebody loves me (Maureen McGovern).
CD 1854
Harold Arlen.
Over the rainbow (Judy Garland) -- I gotta right to sing the blues (Benny Goodman and his orchestra) -- You're a builder upper (Ethel Merman) -- Stormy weather (Lena Horne) -- It's only a paper moon (Nat Cole) -- That old black magic (Margaret Whiting) -- Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive (Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters) -- Happiness is just a thing called Joe (Frances Wayne) -- Get happy ; The man that got away (Judy Garland) -- Don't like goodbyes (Pearl Bailey) -- A sleepin' bee (Diahann Carroll) -- Lydia, the tattooed lady (Bobby Short) -- Come rain or shine (Joe Williams) -- My shining hour (Mabel Mercer) -- One for my baby (and one more for the road) (Fred Astaire) -- Blues in the night (Ella Fitzgerald) -- I've got the world on a string ; Last night when we were young (Tony Bennett) -- Between the devil and the deep blue sea (Oscar Peterson Trio) -- Right as rain (Maureen McGovern) -- When the sun comes out (Mel Torme).
CD 1848
Harry Warren.
The gold digger's song (We're in the money) (Ginger Rogers) -- The shadow waltz (Dick Powell) -- Lullaby of Broadway (Winifred Shaw) -- Chattanooga choo choo (Glenn Miller and his orchestra, featuring Tex Beneke and the Modernaires) -- I had the craziest dream (Harry James Orchestra, featuring Helen Forrest) -- Serenade in blue (Glenn Miller and his orchestra, featuring Ray Eberle and the Modernaires) -- The more I see you (Dick Haymes) -- This heart of mine (Maxine Sullivan) -- On the Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe (Judy Garland ; Merry Macs) -- Friendly star (Judy Garland) -- I want to be a dancin' man (Fred Astaire) -- I'll string along with you (King Cole Trio) -- No love, no nothin' (Jo Stafford) -- Boulevard of broken dreams (Tony Bennett) -- You'll never know (Rosemary Clooney) -- This is always (Teddi King) -- An affair to remember (Vic Damone) -- There will never be another you (Jackie and Roy) -- I only have eyes for you (David Allyn) -- Lulu's back in town (The Hi-Los) -- 42nd Street (Mel Tormé) -- You're getting to be a habit with me (Maureen McGovern).
CD 1866
Of thee I sing
Of thee I sing : Overture -- Wintergreen for President -- Who is the lucky girl to be? -- The dimple on my knee -- Because, because -- Never was there a girl so fair -- Some girls can bake a pie -- Love is sweeping the country -- Of thee I sing -- Finale Act I, A kiss for Cinderella -- Hello, good morning -- Who cares? -- The illegitmate daughter -- The Senator from Minnesota -- The Senate -- Jilted, I'm about to be a mother -- Posterity is just around the corner -- Trumpeter blow your golden horn -- Finale ultimo, Of thee I sing. Let 'em eat cake : Overture -- Tweedledee for President -- Union Square -- Shirts by the millions -- Comes the revolution -- Mine -- Climb up the social ladder -- The union league -- On and on and on -- Finale act I, Introduction -- I've brushed my teeth -- The General's gone to a party -- Mothers of the nation -- Let 'em eat cake -- Blue, blue, blue -- Who's the greatest? -- The league of nations -- No comprenez, no capish, no versteh -- When nations get together -- Why speak of money? ; Who's the greatest? (reprise) -- Up and at 'em -- The trial of Throttlebottom: That's what he did ; I know a foul ball ; Throttle Throttlebottom -- The trial of Wintergreen: It isn't what you did -- Mine (reprise) -- First lady and first gent -- Hanging Throttlebottom in the morning -- Fashion show -- Finale ultimo, Of thee I sing (reprise).
CD 1823
Of thee I sing ; Let 'em eat cake / music, George Gershwin ; lyrics, Ira Gershwin.
Of thee I sing : Overture -- Wintergreen for President -- Who is the lucky girl to be? -- The dimple on my knee -- Because, because -- Never was there a girl so fair -- Some girls can bake a pie -- Love is sweeping the country -- Of thee I sing -- Finale Act I, A kiss for Cinderella -- Hello, good morning -- Who cares? -- The illegitmate daughter -- The Senator from Minnesota -- The Senate -- Jilted, I'm about to be a mother -- Posterity is just around the corner -- Trumpeter blow your golden horn -- Finale ultimo, Of thee I sing. Let 'em eat cake : Overture -- Tweedledee for President -- Union Square -- Shirts by the millions -- Comes the revolution -- Mine -- Climb up the social ladder -- The union league -- On and on and on -- Finale act I, Introduction -- I've brushed my teeth -- The General's gone to a party -- Mothers of the nation -- Let 'em eat cake -- Blue, blue, blue -- Who's the greatest? -- The league of nations -- No comprenez, no capish, no versteh -- When nations get together -- Why speak of money? ; Who's the greatest? (reprise) -- Up and at 'em -- The trial of Throttlebottom: That's what he did ; I know a foul ball ; Throttle Throttlebottom -- The trial of Wintergreen: It isn't what you did -- Mine (reprise) -- First lady and first gent -- Hanging Throttlebottom in the morning -- Fashion show -- Finale ultimo, Of thee I sing (reprise).
CD 1823
Rodgers and Hart
Manhattan (Lee Wiley) (3:22) -- It's easy to remember (Bing Crosby) (3:13) -- Mimi (Maurice Chevalier) (2:23) -- Little girl blue (3:11) ; This can't be love (2:35) (Margaret Whiting) -- You are too beautiful (Dick Haymes) (2:51) -- I wish I were in love again (Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney) (2:25) -- The lady is a tramp (Lena Horne) (2:56) -- Blue moon (Mel Tormé) (3:09) -- Johnny one-note (Mary Martin) (2:37) -- Lover (Peggy Lee) (3:18) -- Falling in love with love (Portia Nelson) (3:56) -- This funny world (Matt Dennis) (2:39) -- I've got five dollars (Bobby Short) (1:50) -- Ten cents a dance (Doris Day) (3:08) -- Mountain greenery (Ella Fitzgerald) (2:13) -- Bewitched (Sarah Vaughan) (3:29) -- You took advantage of me (Elaine Stritch) (3:17) -- Isn't it romantic? (Carmen McRae) (2:58) -- Glad to be unhappy (Billie Holiday) (4:07) -- There's a small hotel (Joe Williams) (2:16) -- My funny Valentine (Tony Bennett) (2:34) -- Why can't I (Maureen McGovern) (3:37) -- Thou swell (Nat "King" Cole) (1:55).
CD 1861
Rodgers, Hart.
Manhattan (Lee Wiley) (3:22) -- It's easy to remember (Bing Crosby) (3:13) -- Mimi (Maurice Chevalier) (2:23) -- Little girl blue (3:11) ; This can't be love (2:35) (Margaret Whiting) -- You are too beautiful (Dick Haymes) (2:51) -- I wish I were in love again (Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney) (2:25) -- The lady is a tramp (Lena Horne) (2:56) -- Blue moon (Mel Tormé) (3:09) -- Johnny one-note (Mary Martin) (2:37) -- Lover (Peggy Lee) (3:18) -- Falling in love with love (Portia Nelson) (3:56) -- This funny world (Matt Dennis) (2:39) -- I've got five dollars (Bobby Short) (1:50) -- Ten cents a dance (Doris Day) (3:08) -- Mountain greenery (Ella Fitzgerald) (2:13) -- Bewitched (Sarah Vaughan) (3:29) -- You took advantage of me (Elaine Stritch) (3:17) -- Isn't it romantic? (Carmen McRae) (2:58) -- Glad to be unhappy (Billie Holiday) (4:07) -- There's a small hotel (Joe Williams) (2:16) -- My funny Valentine (Tony Bennett) (2:34) -- Why can't I (Maureen McGovern) (3:37) -- Thou swell (Nat "King" Cole) (1:55).
CD 1861
Songs. Selections
Manhattan (Lee Wiley) (3:22) -- It's easy to remember (Bing Crosby) (3:13) -- Mimi (Maurice Chevalier) (2:23) -- Little girl blue (3:11) ; This can't be love (2:35) (Margaret Whiting) -- You are too beautiful (Dick Haymes) (2:51) -- I wish I were in love again (Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney) (2:25) -- The lady is a tramp (Lena Horne) (2:56) -- Blue moon (Mel Tormé) (3:09) -- Johnny one-note (Mary Martin) (2:37) -- Lover (Peggy Lee) (3:18) -- Falling in love with love (Portia Nelson) (3:56) -- This funny world (Matt Dennis) (2:39) -- I've got five dollars (Bobby Short) (1:50) -- Ten cents a dance (Doris Day) (3:08) -- Mountain greenery (Ella Fitzgerald) (2:13) -- Bewitched (Sarah Vaughan) (3:29) -- You took advantage of me (Elaine Stritch) (3:17) -- Isn't it romantic? (Carmen McRae) (2:58) -- Glad to be unhappy (Billie Holiday) (4:07) -- There's a small hotel (Joe Williams) (2:16) -- My funny Valentine (Tony Bennett) (2:34) -- Why can't I (Maureen McGovern) (3:37) -- Thou swell (Nat "King" Cole) (1:55).
CD 1861
Songs. Selections
The gold digger's song (We're in the money) (Ginger Rogers) -- The shadow waltz (Dick Powell) -- Lullaby of Broadway (Winifred Shaw) -- Chattanooga choo choo (Glenn Miller and his orchestra, featuring Tex Beneke and the Modernaires) -- I had the craziest dream (Harry James Orchestra, featuring Helen Forrest) -- Serenade in blue (Glenn Miller and his orchestra, featuring Ray Eberle and the Modernaires) -- The more I see you (Dick Haymes) -- This heart of mine (Maxine Sullivan) -- On the Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe (Judy Garland ; Merry Macs) -- Friendly star (Judy Garland) -- I want to be a dancin' man (Fred Astaire) -- I'll string along with you (King Cole Trio) -- No love, no nothin' (Jo Stafford) -- Boulevard of broken dreams (Tony Bennett) -- You'll never know (Rosemary Clooney) -- This is always (Teddi King) -- An affair to remember (Vic Damone) -- There will never be another you (Jackie and Roy) -- I only have eyes for you (David Allyn) -- Lulu's back in town (The Hi-Los) -- 42nd Street (Mel Tormé) -- You're getting to be a habit with me (Maureen McGovern).
CD 1866
Songs. Selections
Over the rainbow (Judy Garland) -- I gotta right to sing the blues (Benny Goodman and his orchestra) -- You're a builder upper (Ethel Merman) -- Stormy weather (Lena Horne) -- It's only a paper moon (Nat Cole) -- That old black magic (Margaret Whiting) -- Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive (Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters) -- Happiness is just a thing called Joe (Frances Wayne) -- Get happy ; The man that got away (Judy Garland) -- Don't like goodbyes (Pearl Bailey) -- A sleepin' bee (Diahann Carroll) -- Lydia, the tattooed lady (Bobby Short) -- Come rain or shine (Joe Williams) -- My shining hour (Mabel Mercer) -- One for my baby (and one more for the road) (Fred Astaire) -- Blues in the night (Ella Fitzgerald) -- I've got the world on a string ; Last night when we were young (Tony Bennett) -- Between the devil and the deep blue sea (Oscar Peterson Trio) -- Right as rain (Maureen McGovern) -- When the sun comes out (Mel Torme).
CD 1848