Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 We Have All the Time in the World
3:16
2 (What a) Wonderful World
3:22
3 It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
3:58
4 St. Louis Blues
2:41
5 Don't Get Around Much Anymore
3:31
6 Everybody's Talkin' (Echoes)
3:02
7 The Mooche
3:38
8 We Shall Overcome
5:43
9 I'm Just a Lucky So and So
3:09
10 Give Peace a Change
3 4:21
11 Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
2:38
12 Mack the Knife
3:24
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Duke's Place
5:03
2 Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
3:59
3 I'm Beninning to See the Light
3:37
4 Mood Indigo
3:57
5 I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
5:31
6 In a Mellow Tone
4 3:48
7 Drop Me Off at Harlem
3:48
8 Solitude
4:54
9 Cotton Tail
3:42
10 Black and Tan Fantasy
4:00
11 The Beautiful American
3:07
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 Zip-a-dee-doo-dah
2:22
2 Ten Feet Off the Ground
2:46
3 Heigh-Ho (The Dwarf's Marching Song)
2:37
4 Whistle While You Work
4 1:56
5 Chim chim cher-ee
4 6:39
6 Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
2:07
7 'Bout Time
2:53
8 The Ballad of Davy Crocket
3:15
9 The Bare Necessities
2:26
10 When You Wish Upon a Star
4 4:28

Credits

CD 1

clarinet:
Barney Bigard (1955) (track 12)
Barney Bigard (1961-04-04) (track 7)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1955) (track 12)
Louis Armstrong (1961-04-04) (track 7)
membranophone:
Barrett Deems (1955) (track 12)
Danny Barcelona (1961-04-04) (track 7)
bass:
Arvell Shaw (1955) (track 12)
double bass:
Mort Herbert (1961-04-04) (track 7)
piano:
Billy Kyle (1955) (track 12)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1961-04-04) (track 7)
trombone:
Trummy Young (1955) (track 12)
Trummy Young (1961-04-04) (track 7)
composer:
John Barry (film composer; known for James Bond) (track 1)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (track 7)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 10)
Irving Mills (track 7)
Kurt Weill (track 12)
Fred Neil (track 6)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1940) (track 5)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1943) (track 11)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1945) (track 9)
lead vocals:
Louis Armstrong (1955) (track 12)
Louis Armstrong (1961-04-04) (track 7)
lyricist:
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 10)
Bertolt Brecht (track 12)
Hal David (track 1)
Fred Neil (track 6)
Bob Russell (US songwriter/lyricist Sidney Keith "Bob" Russell) (1942) (track 5)
Bob Russell (US songwriter/lyricist Sidney Keith "Bob" Russell) (1943) (track 11)
Mack David (1945) (track 9)
producer:
Bob Thiele (track 7)
recording engineer:
Ray Hall (engineer) (track 7)
translator:
Marc Blitzstein (1954) (track 12)
writer:
Bob Thiele (track 2)
George David Weiss (track 2)
publisher:
Abilene Music Inc. (track 2)
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks 2, 6)
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher) (track 5)
Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) (track 11)
Quartet Music Inc. (track 2)
Sony/ATV Harmony (tracks 5, 11)
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 12)
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (1961-04-03 – 1961-04-04) (track 7)
arrangements:
St. Louis Blues (for concert band, Nowak) (track 4)
cover recording of:
Give Peace a Chance (track 10)
Mack the Knife (1954 Blitzstein translation) (1955) (track 12)
is the basis for:
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
recording of:
St. Louis Blues (track 4)
The Mooche (1961-04-04) (track 7)
referred to in medleys:
Ja-Da Medley (track 4)
translated version of:
version of:
Concerto for Cootie (track 11)
Never No Lament (track 5)

CD 2

composer:
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (tracks 1, 9–10)
Bubber Miley (track 10)
Barney Bigard (1930) (track 4)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1930) (track 4)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1933) (track 7)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1934) (track 8)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1939) (track 6)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1944) (track 3)
Johnny Hodges (1944) (track 3)
Harry James (American big band leader, trumpeter & actor) (1944) (track 3)
lyricist:
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (track 9)
Bill Katz (track 1)
Ruth Roberts (track 1)
Bob Thiele (track 1)
Irving Mills (1930) (track 4)
Nick Kenny (1933) (track 7)
Eddie DeLange (1934) (track 8)
Irving Mills (1934) (track 8)
Milt Gabler (1939) (track 6)
Don George (1944) (track 3)
performer:
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (track 8)
vocals:
Louis Armstrong (track 8)
writer:
Eddie DeLange (track 8)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (track 8)
Irving Mills (track 8)
publisher:
EMI Robbins (track 6)
EMI Mills Music Inc. (1930) (track 4)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (1930) (track 4)
arrangements:
Solitude (for strings, Gould) (track 8)
cover recording of:
Mood Indigo (1930 jazz composition and song) (track 4)
later translated versions:
later versions:
recording of:
(In My) Solitude (track 8)
Cotton Tail (track 9)
Duke’s Place (track 1)
In a Mellow Tone (track 6)
version of:
"C" Jam Blues (track 1)

CD 3

composer:
G.Bruns (track 8)
Frank Churchill (tracks 3–4)
Terry Gilkyson (track 9)
Leigh Harline (track 10)
Robert B. Sherman (tracks 2, 5, 7)
Allie Wrubel (track 1)
Richard M. Sherman (tracks 2, 5, 7)
lyricist:
Terry Gilkyson (track 9)
Robert B. Sherman (tracks 2, 5, 7)
T.Blackburn (track 8)
Ray Gilbert (track 1)
Larry Morey (tracks 3–4)
Richard M. Sherman (tracks 2, 5, 7)
Ned Washington (track 10)
writer:
Mack David (1948) (track 6)
Al Hoffman (1948) (track 6)
Jerry Livingston (songwriter) (1948) (track 6)
publisher:
Bourne Co. (tracks 3, 10)
Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd. (tracks 5–6, 9)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 10)
Joy Music Inc. (track 1)
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (track 6)
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (1945) (track 1)
Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (1964) (tracks 5, 9)
cover recording of:
Chim Chim Cher-ee (Mary Poppins) (track 5)
is the basis for:
星に願いを (track 10)
later parody versions:
Chim Chim Cheree (Allan Sherman parody) (track 5)
later translated versions:
Ay ho / Cavar, cavar (Heigh Ho / Dig, Dig, Dig) (Blancanieves y los siete enanitos) (track 3)
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (French version) (track 6)
Bibbidi-bobbidi-bu (Italian version) (track 6)
Chante heigh ho (Heigh Ho) (track 3)
Chem cheminée (track 5)
Chim Chim Cherie (track 5)
Ehi-ho! (track 3)
Heigh-Ho (Blanche-Neige et les sept nains) (track 3)
Hej ho! (track 3)
Hey ho! (Biancaneve) (track 3)
Il en faut peu pour être heureux (Le Livre de La Jungle) (track 9)
Quand on prie la bonne étoile (Pinnochio) (track 10)
Siffler en travaillant (Blanche-Neige et les sept nains) (track 4)
ジッパ・ディー・ドゥー・ダー (Japanese Version of Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah) (track 1)
チム・チム・チェリー (Japanese Version of Chim Chim Cher-ee) (track 5)
ハイ・ホー (track 3)
星に願いを (Keisuke Yamakawa translation) (track 10)
星に願いを (track 10)
later versions:
Pavement Artist (Chim Chim Cher-ee) (Mary Poppins) (track 5)
part of:
Mary Poppins (stage version) (track 5)
Mary Poppins (1964 film version) (track 5)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score) (tracks 3–4)
The Jungle Book (1967 Disney film soundtrack) (track 9)
Cinderella (1950 Disney animated film) (track 6)
recording of:
'Bout Time (track 7)
Bibbidi‐Bobbidi‐Boo (Cinderella, 1950 animated film) (track 6)
Heigh‐Ho (The Dwarfs’ Marching Song) (track 3)
referred to in medleys:
Splash Mountain Medley (appears on The Legacy Collection: Disneyland) (track 1)
The Fantasyland Darkride Suite (appears on The Legacy Collection: Disneyland) (track 10)
Fantasmic! (theme park show soundtrack) (track 10)