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CDs with: King, Teddi

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
Hoagy Carmichael.
Star dust (Frank Sinatra) -- Rockin' chair (Mildred Bailey) -- Small fry (Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer) -- Little old lady (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Georgia on my mind (Ethel Waters) -- Blue orchids (Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Jack Leonard) -- Lazy river (Mills Brothers) -- Skylark (Billy Eckstine) -- The lamplighter's serenade (Glenn Miller Orchestra featuring Ray Eberle) -- Ivy (Dick Haymes) -- The nearness of you (Sarah Vaughan) -- My resistance is low (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Memphis in June (Johnny Mercer) -- When love goes wrong (Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) -- New Orleans (Teddi King) -- Heart and soul (Four Aces with Al Alberts) -- Baltimore oriole (Barbara Lea) -- Winter moon (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Judy (Tony Bennett) -- I get along without you very well (Rosemary Clooney).
CD 1850
Jerome Kern.
The song is you (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra ; with Frank Sinatra) -- Ol' man river (Paul Robeson) -- Bill (Helen Morgan) -- Yesterdays (Billie Holiday) -- The last time I saw Paris (Kate Smith) -- In love in vain (Margaret Whiting) -- Long ago and far away (Dick Haymes and Helen Forrest) -- Look for the silver lining (Judy Garland) -- Can't help lovin' that man (Lena Horne) -- I won't dance (Jack Cassidy and Kaye Ballard) -- Poor Pierrot (Mabel Mercer) -- Nobody else but me (Bobby Short) -- The way you look tonight (Teddi King) -- Smoke gets in your eyes (Sarah Vaughan) -- Why was I born? (Gogi Grant) -- A sure thing (David Allyn) -- All the things you are (Gordon MacRae) -- A fine romance (Ella Fitzgerald) -- Lovely to look at (Oscar Peterson Trio) -- I'm old fashioned (Eileen Farrell) -- Pick yourself up (Nat "King" Cole).
CD 1857
Oscar Hammerstein II.
People will say we're in love (Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts) -- Soliloquy (John Raitt) -- Lover, come back to me (Billie Holiday) -- It might as well be spring (Margaret Whiting) -- It's a grand night for singing (Dick Haymes) -- Who? (Judy Garland) -- If I loved you (Jo Stafford) -- The gentleman is a dope (Lisa Kirk) -- Some enchanted evening (Ezio Pinza) -- I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair (Mary Martin) -- A kiss to build a dream on (Louis Armstrong and the All-Stars) -- No other love (Perry Como) -- Everybody's got a home but me (Judy Tyler) -- When I grow too old to dream (Teddi King) -- I've told every little star (David Allyn) -- I'm one of God's children (Judy Holliday) -- All in fun (Mabel Mercer) -- Love, look away (Marilyn Horne) -- Hello, young lovers (Barbara Cook) -- The folks who live on the hill (Mel Tormé) -- The sound of music (Julie Andrews).
CD 1855
Songs. Selections
Star dust (Frank Sinatra) -- Rockin' chair (Mildred Bailey) -- Small fry (Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer) -- Little old lady (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Georgia on my mind (Ethel Waters) -- Blue orchids (Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Jack Leonard) -- Lazy river (Mills Brothers) -- Skylark (Billy Eckstine) -- The lamplighter's serenade (Glenn Miller Orchestra featuring Ray Eberle) -- Ivy (Dick Haymes) -- The nearness of you (Sarah Vaughan) -- My resistance is low (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Memphis in June (Johnny Mercer) -- When love goes wrong (Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell) -- New Orleans (Teddi King) -- Heart and soul (Four Aces with Al Alberts) -- Baltimore oriole (Barbara Lea) -- Winter moon (Hoagy Carmichael) -- Judy (Tony Bennett) -- I get along without you very well (Rosemary Clooney).
CD 1850
Songs. Selections
The song is you (Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra ; with Frank Sinatra) -- Ol' man river (Paul Robeson) -- Bill (Helen Morgan) -- Yesterdays (Billie Holiday) -- The last time I saw Paris (Kate Smith) -- In love in vain (Margaret Whiting) -- Long ago and far away (Dick Haymes and Helen Forrest) -- Look for the silver lining (Judy Garland) -- Can't help lovin' that man (Lena Horne) -- I won't dance (Jack Cassidy and Kaye Ballard) -- Poor Pierrot (Mabel Mercer) -- Nobody else but me (Bobby Short) -- The way you look tonight (Teddi King) -- Smoke gets in your eyes (Sarah Vaughan) -- Why was I born? (Gogi Grant) -- A sure thing (David Allyn) -- All the things you are (Gordon MacRae) -- A fine romance (Ella Fitzgerald) -- Lovely to look at (Oscar Peterson Trio) -- I'm old fashioned (Eileen Farrell) -- Pick yourself up (Nat "King" Cole).
CD 1857
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