Livingston & Evans Film Tracks, Volume One, 2 Discs (CDR)

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Volume One – Disc One
Livingston & Evans Film Tracks
Volume One – Disc One

Selections from various films. Compositions by Jay Livingston and ray Evans that were extracted mostly from general “theme” LPs or 45s. The first disc deals with their film contributions between 1945-1951.

“On Stage Everybody” (1945)
1. Stuff Like That There – Betty Hutton
“Stork Club” (1945)
2. A Square in the Social Circle – Betty Hutton
“ Swing Hostess” (1946)
3. I’ll Eat My Hat – Jon Webber
(Sung in film by Martha Tilton)
“To Each His Own” (1946)
4. To Each His Own – Ink Spots
(Song used to promote movie – not used in movie)
“My Favorite Brunette” (1947)
5. My Favorite Bruette – Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour
6. Beside You – Hope, Lamour
“Golden earrings” (1947)
7. Golden Earrings – Peggy Lee
“Dream girl” (1947)
8. Dream Girl – Lee brown with Ray Kellogg vocal
“The Paleface” (1948)
9. Buttons & Bows – Bobe Hope and the Clark Sisters
(Won Academy Award for Best Song)
10. Metcha’ round the Corner – Jon Weber
“Isn’t It Romantic” (1948)
11. I Shoulda Quit While I was Ahead – Pearl Bailey
(sang it in the film)
“Samson and Delilah” (1949)
12. Song of Delilah – Nat King Cole
“The Great Lover” (1949)
13. A Thousand Violins – Tony Martin
14. Lucky Us – Dinah Shore, Buddy Clark
“Streets of Loredo” (1949)
15. The Streets of Loredo – Dennis day
“My Friend Irma” (1949)
16. My Own, My Only, My All – Dean Martin
17. Just For Fun – Dean Martin
“Bitter Victory” (1949)
18. You’re Wonderful – Billy Eckstine
(Music: Victor Young)
“My Friend Irma Goes West” (1950)
19. Baby, Obey Me! – Dean Martin with Corinne Calvet, Jerry Lewis
20. I’ll Always Love You (Day After Day) – Dean Martin
“Captain Carey, U.S.A.” (1950)
21. Mona Lisa – Nat King Cole
(Second Academy Award won by team)
“Fancy Pants” (1950)
22. Home Cookin’ – Margaret whiting, Bob Hope
“Copper Canyon” (1950)
23. Copper Canyon – Russ Morgan and the Morganaires
“Paid In Full” (1950)
24. You’re Wonderful – Buddy Clark
(Same Song as used in “Bitter Victory”)
“A Place In The Sun” (1951)
26. Never Before – Dean Martin
27. Sailor’s Polka – Dean Martin

 

Volume One – Disc Two
Selections from various films. Compositions by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans that were extracted from mostly general “theme” LPs or 45s. Disc Two of Volume One deals with their film contributions between 1951-2956.

“Here Comes the Groom” (1951)
1. Your Own Little House – Bing Crosby
2. Misto Christofo Columbo – Bing, Jane Wyman
3. Bonne Nuit – Bing Crosby
“The Mating Season” (1951)
4. The Mating Season – Michael Feinstein
(made for film but not used)
“My Favorite Spy” (1951)
5. Just a Moment More – Joan House with Frankie Carle & Orchestra
“Lemon Drop Kid” (1951)
6. Silver Bells – Bing Crosby, Carol Richards
7. It Doesn’t Cost a Dime to Dream – Jon Weber
“Somebody Loves Me” (1952)
8. Love Him – Betty Hutton
9. Mister Banjo Man – Betty Hutton
“Son of Paleface” (1952)
10. Wing Ding – Jane Russel, Bob Hope
“What Price Glory” (1952)
11. My Love, My Life – Jane Froman
“Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick” (1952)
12. Saturday Night in Punkin Crick – Cast/Step Right Up = Robert Merrill, Marthat Stewart/ Saturday Night in Punkin Crick – Cast
Here Come the Girls (1953)
13. Ya’ Got Class – Clooney, Bob Hope
“Houdini” (1953)
14. The Golden Years – Tony Martin
“Thunder in the East” (1953)
15. The Ruby and the Pearl – Nat King Cole
“The Stars Are Singing” (1953)
16. I Do! I Do! – Rosemary Clooney
17. Haven’t Got a Worry – Clooney
18. Lovely Weather For Ducks – Clooney
“Three Ring Circus” (1954)
19. Hey, Punchinello – Jerry Vale
“Red Garters” (1954)
20. Meet A Happy Guy – Guy Mitchell
21. Bad News – Rosemary Clooney
22. Men and Women – Guy Mitchell and Rosemary Clooney
“Lucy Gallant” (1955)
23. How Can I Tell Her – Four Freshmen
“Mister Roberts” (1955)
24. Let Me Hear You Whisper – Jo Stafford
“Second Greatest Sex” (1936)
25. The Second Greatest Sex – Kitty Kallen, George Shaw
“The Mole People” (1956)
26. The Mole People – Michael Feinstein
(“Cut” from film)
“The Man Who Knew Too Much” (1956)
27. Que Sera, Sera – Doris Day (Third Academy Award for Best Song)
28. We’ll Love Again – Doris Day
“The Scarlet Hour” (1956)
29. Never Let Me Go – Nat King Cole

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