Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1-01 Can't We Be Friends 4 3:50
1-02 Isn't This a Lovely Day 3.5 6:20
1-03 Moonlight in Vermont 5 3:45
1-04 They Can't Take That Away From Me 4.5 4:43
1-05 Under a Blanket of Blue 4 4:21
1-06 Tenderly 4 5:11
1-07 A Foggy Day 4 4:36
1-08 Stars Fell on Alabama 4 3:37
1-09 Cheek to Cheek 4 5:57
1-10 The Nearness of You 4 5:45
1-11 April in Paris 4.5 6:35
1-12 Don't Be That Way 4:58
1-13 Makin' Whoopee 3:58
1-14 They All Laughed 3:49
1-15 Comes Love 2:28
1-16 Autumn in New York 5:57
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
2-01 Let's Do It 8:44
2-02 Stompin' at the Savoy 3.5 5:16
2-03 I Won't Dance 4:49
2-04 Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good to You? 4:15
2-05 Let's Call the Whole Thing Off 4 4:14
2-06 These Foolish Things 7:39
2-07 I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm 4 3:11
2-08 Willow Weep for Me 4:18
2-09 I'm Puttin' All My Eggs in One Basket 3 3:31
2-10 A Fine Romance 4 3:52
2-11 Ill Wind 3:44
2-12 Love Is Here to Stay 3 4:00
2-13 I Get a Kick Out of You 4:18
2-14 Learnin' the Blues 7:15
2-15 You Won't Be Satisfied 3:53
2-16 Undecided 3:40
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
3-01 Overture 10:53
3-02 Summertime 5:01
3-03 I Wants to Stay Here 4:38
3-04 My Man's Gone Now 4:03
3-05 I Got Plenty O' Nuttin' 3:54
3-06 Buzzard Song 3:00
3-07 Bess, You Is My Woman Now 5:30
3-08 It Ain't Necessarily So 6:36
3-09 What You Want Wid Bess 2:02
3-10 A Woman Is a Sometime Thing 4:50
3-11 Oh, Doctor Jesus 2:01
3-12 Medley: Here Come de Honey Man / Crab Man / Oh, Dey's So Fresh and Fine (Strawberry Woman) 3:31
3-13 There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York 4:56
3-14 Bess, Oh Where's My Bess? 2:37
3-15 Oh, Lawd, I'm On My Way 2:57

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Los Angeles, California, United States (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (tracks 1-05–1-06, 1-11)
Buddy Rich (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-01–1-11)
Louie Bellson (1957) (tracks 1-13, 1-15)
Louie Bellson (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Louie Bellson (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1956) (track 1-02)
Louis Armstrong (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-01, 1-03–1-11)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
guitar:
Herb Ellis (jazz guitarist) (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-01–1-11)
Herb Ellis (jazz guitarist) (1957) (tracks 1-13, 1-15)
Herb Ellis (jazz guitarist) (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Herb Ellis (jazz guitarist) (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
bass:
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-01–1-11)
double bass:
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1957) (tracks 1-13, 1-15)
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
piano:
Oscar Peterson (Canadian jazz pianist and composer) (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-01–1-11)
Oscar Peterson (Canadian jazz pianist and composer) (1957) (tracks 1-13, 1-15)
Oscar Peterson (Canadian jazz pianist and composer) (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Oscar Peterson (Canadian jazz pianist and composer) (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
additional lyricist:
Al J. Neiburg (lyricist) (1933) (track 1-05)
composer:
Walter Donaldson (track 1-13)
Benny Goodman (clarinetist and bandleader) (track 1-12)
Frank Perkins (track 1-08)
Edgar Sampson (track 1-12)
Sam H. Stept (track 1-15)
Karl Suessdorf (track 1-03)
Kay Swift (track 1-01)
Charles Tobias (Tin Pan Alley songwriter) (track 1-15)
Vernon Duke (track 1-16)
Vernon Duke (1932) (track 1-11)
Jerry Livingston (songwriter) (1933) (track 1-05)
Irving Berlin (1935) (tracks 1-02, 1-09)
George Gershwin (composer) (1937) (tracks 1-04, 1-07, 1-14)
Hoagy Carmichael (1938) (track 1-10)
Walter Gross (American composer) (1946) (track 1-06)
lyricist:
John Blackburn (songwriter) (track 1-03)
Lew Brown (track 1-15)
Vernon Duke (track 1-16)
Paul James (Lyricist, aka James Warburg) (track 1-01)
Gus Kahn (track 1-13)
Mitchell Parish (tracks 1-08, 1-12)
Yip Harburg (1932) (track 1-11)
Marty Symes (lyricist) (1933) (track 1-05)
Irving Berlin (1935) (tracks 1-02, 1-09)
Ira Gershwin (1937) (tracks 1-04, 1-07, 1-14)
Ned Washington (1938) (track 1-10)
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter) (1946) (track 1-06)
performer:
Louis Armstrong (track 1-09)
Ella Fitzgerald (tracks 1-09, 1-11)
Louis Armstrong (1956-08-18) (tracks 1-06–1-07)
Ella Fitzgerald (1956-08-18) (tracks 1-06–1-07)
vocals:
Louis Armstrong (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-04, 1-07, 1-09)
Ella Fitzgerald (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-01–1-11)
Louis Armstrong (1956-08-16 – 1967-08-16) (tracks 1-01–1-03, 1-05–1-06, 1-08, 1-10–1-11)
Louis Armstrong (1957) (tracks 1-13, 1-15)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957) (tracks 1-13, 1-15)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-23) (tracks 1-14, 1-16)
publisher:
Beth Dryer Music (track 1-13)
Chappell & Co. (tracks 1-06, 1-16)
Chappell & Co., Inc. (track 1-04)
Chappell Morris Music (track 1-06)
Chappell Music Ltd. (tracks 1-07, 1-11)
Chappell/Morris Ltd. (track 1-06)
EMI Mills Music Inc. (ASCAP-affiliated) (track 1-08)
Edwin Morris Music (track 1-06)
Famous Chappell (track 1-10)
Ira Gershwin Music (track 1-04)
Mills Music (track 1-08)
Sony/ATV Harmony (track 1-10)
Sony/ATV Harmony UK (track 1-10)
Tobago Music Co. (track 1-13)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (tracks 1-04, 1-07, 1-13)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 1-03)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track 1-04)
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1937) (tracks 1-04, 1-14)
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1956-08-16) (tracks 1-01–1-11)
arrangements:
cover recording of:
Tenderly (1956-08-16) (track 1-06)
later parody versions:
Can’t We Be Friends (Sinatra / Fitzgerald parody) (track 1-01)
Hör auf zu regnen (track 1-13)
later translated versions:
A Newö heit (track 1-07)
Des nimmt ma kana weg (track 1-04)
Jour de brouillard (track 1-07)
Kind mot kind (track 1-09)
Makin' Whoopee (track 1-13)
Um dia de garoa (track 1-07)
part of:
A Damsel in Distress (1937 film score) (track 1-07)
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical) (track 1-04)
Crazy For You (1992 Musical) (track 1-04)
Shall We Dance (1937 film soundtrack) (tracks 1-04, 1-14)
recording of:
Cheek to Cheek (from “Top Hat”) (track 1-09)
Stars Fell on Alabama (track 1-08)
A Foggy Day (in London Town) (1956-08-16) (track 1-07)
April in Paris (1956-08-16) (track 1-11)
Can’t We Be Friends? (1956-08-16) (track 1-01)
Isn’t This a Lovely Day? (from “Top Hat”) (1956-08-16) (track 1-02)
Moonlight in Vermont (1956-08-16) (track 1-03)
The Nearness of You (1956-08-16) (track 1-10)
They Can’t Take That Away From Me (from “Shall We Dance”) (1956-08-16) (track 1-04)
Under a Blanket of Blue (1956-08-16) (track 1-05)
Comes Love (1957) (track 1-15)
Makin’ Whoopee! (1957) (track 1-13)
Don’t Be That Way (1957-08-13) (track 1-12)
Autumn in New York (1934) (1957-08-23) (track 1-16)
They All Laughed (from “Shall We Dance”) (1957-08-23) (track 1-14)
referred to in medleys:
Septemberly (jazz instrumental medley of "Tenderly" and "September in the Rain") (track 1-06)
Top Hat Medley (Charlie Kunz) (tracks 1-02, 1-09, 1-09)

CD 2

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-10)
Los Angeles, California, United States (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
drums (drum set):
Louie Bellson (1957) (tracks 2-01, 2-06, 2-08, 2-10–2-11, 2-13–2-14)
Louie Bellson (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-09–2-10)
Louie Bellson (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1957) (tracks 2-08, 2-10, 2-14)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-10)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
guitar:
Herb Ellis (jazz guitarist) (1957) (tracks 2-01, 2-06, 2-08, 2-10–2-11, 2-13–2-14)
Herb Ellis (jazz guitarist) (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-09–2-10)
Herb Ellis (jazz guitarist) (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
bass:
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1957-08-13) (track 2-09)
double bass:
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1957) (tracks 2-01, 2-06, 2-08, 2-10–2-11, 2-13–2-14)
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-10)
Ray Brown (jazz bassist) (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
piano:
Oscar Peterson (Canadian jazz pianist and composer) (1957) (tracks 2-01, 2-06, 2-08, 2-10–2-11, 2-13–2-14)
Oscar Peterson (Canadian jazz pianist and composer) (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-09–2-10)
Oscar Peterson (Canadian jazz pianist and composer) (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
additional composer:
Harry Link (track 2-06)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (track 2-12)
Benny Goodman (clarinetist and bandleader) (track 2-02)
Jerome Kern (track 2-03)
Don Redman (track 2-04)
Edgar Sampson (track 2-02)
Chick Webb (track 2-02)
Dolores Vicki Silvers (track 2-14)
Cole Porter (composer) (1928) (track 2-01)
Ann Ronell (1932) (track 2-08)
Harold Arlen (1934) (track 2-11)
Cole Porter (composer) (1934) (track 2-13)
Jack Strachey (1935) (track 2-06)
Jerome Kern (1936) (tracks 2-10, 2-10)
Irving Berlin (1936) (track 2-09)
George Gershwin (composer) (1937) (track 2-05)
Irving Berlin (1937) (track 2-07)
Charlie Shavers (1938) (track 2-16)
lead vocals:
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-13) (track 2-10)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-13) (track 2-10)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (track 2-12)
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter) (track 2-03)
Andy Razaf (tracks 2-02, 2-04)
Dolores Vicki Silvers (track 2-14)
Cole Porter (composer) (1928) (track 2-01)
Ann Ronell (1932) (track 2-08)
Ted Koehler (1934) (track 2-11)
Cole Porter (composer) (1934) (track 2-13)
Dorothy Fields (US Tin Pan Alley librettist and lyricist) (1935) (track 2-03)
Eric Maschwitz (1935) (track 2-06)
Irving Berlin (1936) (track 2-09)
Dorothy Fields (US Tin Pan Alley librettist and lyricist) (1936) (tracks 2-10, 2-10)
Irving Berlin (1937) (track 2-07)
Ira Gershwin (1937) (track 2-05)
Sid Robin (1938) (track 2-16)
performer:
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-13) (track 2-07)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-13) (track 2-07)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-23) (track 2-12)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04, 2-12)
vocals:
Louis Armstrong (1957) (tracks 2-01, 2-06, 2-08, 2-10–2-11, 2-13–2-14)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957) (tracks 2-01, 2-06, 2-08, 2-10–2-11, 2-13–2-14)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-09)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-13) (tracks 2-03, 2-07, 2-09)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-23) (tracks 2-02, 2-04–2-05, 2-12)
publisher:
Ann Ronell Music (track 2-08)
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) (tracks 2-06, 2-08)
Chappell & Co. (tracks 2-10, 2-10)
Chappell & Co., Inc. (track 2-12)
Chappell Music (tracks 2-12–2-13)
Chappell Music Ltd. (tracks 2-03, 2-12–2-13)
Cotton Club Publishing (track 2-03)
EMI Robbins Catalog (ASCAP) (track 2-02)
George Gershwin Music (track 2-12)
Harms, Inc. (track 2-13)
Ira Gershwin Music (track 2-12)
Lafleur Music Ltd. (track 2-06)
Memory Lane Music Ltd. (track 2-03)
Ragbag Music (ASCAP) (track 2-02)
Razaf Music (track 2-04)
Rytvoc (ASCAP) (track 2-02)
T.B. Harms Co. (track 2-03)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 2-03)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 2-12)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 2-12)
Warner Bros Inc. (ASCAP) (not for release label use!) (track 2-13)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 2-07)
日音 Synch事業部 (track 2-08)
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1937) (track 2-05)
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1938) (track 2-12)
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1957-08-13) (track 2-09)
arrangements:
Let's Do It (track 2-01)
cover recording of:
Learnin’ the Blues (1957) (track 2-14)
is based on:
I Won’t Dance (1934, lyrics by Hammerstein/Harbach, from "Three Sisters") (track 2-03)
later translated versions:
Ces petites choses (track 2-06)
Een heel verschil (track 2-05)
Façamos (Vamos amar) (track 2-01)
Gemmas doch afoch auf (track 2-05)
Sei mal verliebt (track 2-01)
later versions:
Baby Girl (track 2-06)
Let's Do It (Noël Coward version) (track 2-01)
Såna små ting (track 2-06)
part of:
Anything Goes (track 2-13)
Can‐Can (1960 musical film) (track 2-01)
Paris (1928 musical) (track 2-01)
Shall We Dance (1937 film soundtrack) (track 2-05)
The Goldwyn Follies (track 2-12)
recording of:
Undecided (track 2-16)
A Fine Romance (from “Swing Time”) (1957) (track 2-10)
I Get a Kick Out of You (1957) (track 2-13)
Ill Wind (1957) (track 2-11)
Willow Weep for Me (1957) (track 2-08)
A Fine Romance (from “Swing Time”) (1957-08-13) (track 2-10)
I Won’t Dance (1935, lyrics by Dorothy Fields, from "Roberta") (1957-08-13) (track 2-03)
I’m Putting All My Eggs in One Basket (from “Follow the Fleet”) (1957-08-13) (track 2-09)
I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (1957-08-13) (track 2-07)
Gee, Baby Ain't I Good to You (1957-08-23) (track 2-04)
Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (from “Shall We Dance”) (1957-08-23) (track 2-05)
Love Is Here to Stay (1957-08-23) (track 2-12)
Stompin’ at the Savoy (1957-08-23) (track 2-02)
referred to in medleys:
Follow the Fleet Medley (Charlie Kunz) (track 2-09)
Swing Time Medley (tracks 2-10, 2-10)
Bugle Call Rag Medley (track 2-16)

CD 3

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
violin:
Victor Arno (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Victor Arno (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
drums (drum set):
Alvin Stoller (1957) (tracks 3-09, 3-11, 3-13)
Alvin Stoller (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Alvin Stoller (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
trumpet:
Frank Beach (trombone, trumpet) (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Frank Beach (trombone, trumpet) (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
guitar:
Tony Rizzi (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Tony Rizzi (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
double bass:
Joe Mondragon (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Joe Mondragon (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
piano:
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (1957) (tracks 3-09, 3-11, 3-13)
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Paul Smith (Paul Thatcher Smith, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader) (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
trombone:
Buddy Childers (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Buddy Childers (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
French horn:
Vincent DeRosa (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Vincent DeRosa (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (tracks 3-02, 3-04–3-05, 3-07–3-12, 3-12–3-13)
George Gershwin (composer) (1934 – 1935) (tracks 3-06–3-07)
conductor:
Russell Garcia (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Russell Garcia (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (tracks 3-02, 3-04–3-07, 3-07–3-10, 3-12, 3-12–3-13)
Dorothy Heyward (playwright) (tracks 3-02, 3-04, 3-08)
DuBose Heyward (tracks 3-02, 3-04–3-07, 3-07–3-10, 3-12, 3-12–3-13)
vocals:
Louis Armstrong (1957) (tracks 3-09, 3-11, 3-13)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957) (tracks 3-09, 3-11, 3-13)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-18) (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07)
Louis Armstrong (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (track 3-12)
Ella Fitzgerald (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (tracks 3-06, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. (track 3-02)
Chappell & Co., Inc. (track 3-02)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 3-02)
George Gershwin Music (track 3-02)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 3-02)
Warner/Chappell (track 3-02)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (tracks 3-02, 3-08)
Ira Gershwin Music (1935) (track 3-02)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (1935) (track 3-02)
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1935) (track 3-05)
was commissioned by:
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1935) (track 3-08)
edits:
arrangements:
12 Songs: Summertime (track 3-02)
Porgy and Bess: A Woman Is a Sometime Thing (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 3-10)
Porgy and Bess: Bess, You Is My Woman Now (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 3-07)
Porgy and Bess: Tempo di Blues (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 3-13)
Summertime (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3-02)
is based on:
is the basis for:
And the Living Is Easy (track 3-02)
Doin’ Time (track 3-02)
Porgy and Bess Suite: “Bess, you is my woman now” (for brass; arr. Alan Fernie) (track 3-07)
Summertime (Rick Wakeman arrangement) (track 3-02)
The Bones of You (track 3-02)
later translated parody versions:
Tschibuti (track 3-02)
later translated versions:
C'est l'été (track 3-02)
Sommartid (track 3-02)
Summa is (track 3-02)
later versions:
It Ain’t Necessarily So (from ‘Porgy and Bess’) (arrangement for 48 violas) (track 3-08)
part of:
Porgy and Bess (track 3-05)
Porgy and Bess: Act I (tracks 3-04, 3-10, 3-12)
Porgy and Bess: Act II (tracks 3-06–3-07, 3-09, 3-11–3-12)
recording of:
Bess, You Is My Woman Now (Porgy and Bess) (track 3-07)
It Ain’t Necessarily So (jazz standard originally from Porgy and Bess; catch-all for unspecified pop and jazz arrangements) (track 3-08)
My Man’s Gone Now (aria from Porgy and Bess, use this for non-opera or instrumental recordings) (track 3-04)
I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’ (Porgy and Bess, catch-all for jazz & pop arrangements) (1957-08-18) (track 3-05)
Summertime (American songbook standard from 1935 opera Porgy and Bess) (1957-08-18) (track 3-02)
Porgy and Bess: Act I, Scene I. “Here come de honey man” (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (track 3-12)
Porgy and Bess: Act II, Scene I. “Buzzard keep on flyin’” (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (track 3-06)
Porgy and Bess: “Oh, Doctor Jesus” (this title appears several times in Act II) (1957-08-18 – 1957-10-14) (track 3-11)
referred to in medleys:
Porgy and Bess Suite (tracks 3-02, 3-05, 3-07–3-08)