Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Rhumboogie 2:33
2 Scrub Me Mama With a Boogie Beat 2:36
3 I’ve Got a Guy in Kalamazoo 2:52
4 Rumours Are Flying 2:55
5 South America, Take It Away 3:06
6 Cuanto le gusta? 3:06
7 South American Way 2:42
8 I Want My Mama 2:38
9 Pagan Love Song 2:28
10 Let’s Have Another One 2:54
11 Chattanooga Choo Choo 2:53
12 Nice Work If You Can Get It 2:54
13 Ti-Pi-Tin 2:39
14 How Lucky You Are 2:47
15 Too Fat Polka (She’s Too Fat for Me) 2:27
16 The Wedding Samba 3:02
17 Have I Told You Lately That I Love You 3:20
18 When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam’ 2:45
19 Lullaby of Broadway 2:46
20 Billy Boy 3:14
21 Shortnin’ Bread 2:53
22 One Two Three O’Leary 2:56
23 Straighten Up and Fly Right 2:30
24 Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby 3:03
25 Love Is Where You Find It 2:44
26 Alexander’s Ragtime Band 2:59
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 There’s No Business Like Show Business The Andrews Sisters 2:54
2 You Call Everybody Darling The Andrews Sisters 2:24
3 Pistol Packin’ Mama The Andrews Sisters 3:03
4 The Old Piano Roll Blues The Andrews Sisters feat. Al Jolson 3:05
5 I See, I See The Andrews Sisters 2:47
6 Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella The Andrews Sisters 2:38
7 Hit the Road The Andrews Sisters 2:33
8 Strip Polka The Andrews Sisters 2:53
9 Why Talk About Love? The Andrews Sisters 2:55
10 Yodelin’ Jive The Andrews Sisters 3:01
11 Anything You Can Do The Andrews Sisters 3:03
12 The Matador The Andrews Sisters 3:21
13 Near You The Andrews Sisters 3:01
14 Sha-Sha The Andrews Sisters 2:54
15 Just a Simple Melody The Andrews Sisters 2:42
16 The Jumpin’ Jive The Andrews Sisters 2:46
17 Says My Heart The Andrews Sisters 2:47
18 Lullaby to a Jitterbug The Andrews Sisters 3:01
19 Well All Right The Andrews Sisters 3:09
20 Begin the Beguine The Andrews Sisters 2:46
21 Elmer’s Tune The Andrews Sisters 2:28
22 Down by the O-hi-o The Andrews Sisters 2:58
23 There’s a Fella Waiting in Poughkeepsie The Andrews Sisters 2:50
24 Along the Navajo Trail The Andrews Sisters 2:48
25 I Wanna Be Loved The Andrews Sisters 3:15
26 I Can Dream, Can’t I The Andrews Sisters 2:40
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 Bei mir bist du schön 3:05
2 Hold Tight, Hold Tight 3:12
3 (I’ll Be With You) In Apple Blossom Time 2:58
4 Ciribiribin 3:03
5 Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy 2:40
6 Oh! Ma-Ma 2:25
7 Say 'Si, Si' (Para Vigo Me Voy) 2:28
8 Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny! Oh! 2:43
9 Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree 2:56
10 Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar 2:47
11 Chico’s Love Song 3:00
12 Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) 2 3:02
13 Don’t Fence Me In 3:06
14 Teresa 2:55
15 Beer Barrel Polka 2:52
16 Joseph, Joseph 2:44
17 Pennsylvania Polka 2:47
18 Ferryboat Serenade 3:03
19 The Woodpecker Song 2:55
20 Pennsylvania 6-5000 3:03
21 Shoo-Shoo Baby 2:50
22 Rum and Coca-Cola 3:09
23 The Woody Woodpecker Song 2:09
24 Blue Tail Fly 2:44
25 Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive 2:44

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1947-11-29) (track 6)
composer:
Nacio Herb Brown (US songwriter) (track 9)
Ross MacLean (track 15)
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter) (track 7)
Don Raye (track 2)
Arthur Richardson (track 15)
Gabriel Ruiz (Mexican composer) (track 6)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (tracks 3, 25)
Mack Gordon (track 3)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 21)
Irving Berlin (1911) (track 26)
Irving Berlin (1912) (track 18)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (1935) (track 19)
George Gershwin (composer) (1937) (track 12)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (1941) (track 11)
conductor:
Vic Schoen (1937-11-24) (track 12)
lyricist:
Don Raye (track 2)
Al Dubin (tracks 7, 19, 25)
Arthur Freed (track 9)
Ray Gilbert (track 6)
Mack Gordon (track 3)
Johnny Mercer (track 25)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 21)
Irving Berlin (1911) (track 26)
Irving Berlin (1912) (track 18)
Ira Gershwin (1937) (track 12)
Mack Gordon (1941) (track 11)
orchestra:
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1947-08-04) (track 14)
Bando da Lua e Garoto (1947-11-29) (track 6)
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1947-11-29) (track 6)
vocals:
The Andrews Sisters (tracks 4, 9, 11, 21)
The Andrews Sisters (1937-11-24) (track 12)
The Andrews Sisters (1938-02-21) (track 13)
The Andrews Sisters (1944-05-02) (track 23)
The Andrews Sisters (1947-08-04) (track 14)
The Andrews Sisters (1947-11-29) (track 6)
Carmen Miranda (1947-11-29) (track 6)
writer:
Bennie Benjamin (track 4)
Nat King Cole (track 23)
María Grever (track 13)
Dan Howell (track 20)
Eddie Cassen (track 14)
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter) (track 20)
Raymond Leveen (track 13)
Irving Mills (track 23)
Desmond O’Connor (track 14)
Hughie Prince (track 10)
Don Raye (track 10)
George David Weiss (track 4)
Bill Austin (1944) (track 24)
Louis Jordan (US jazz, blues and r&b musician and songwriter) (1944) (track 24)
publisher:
EMI Mills Music (ASCAP-affiliated) (track 23)
M. Witmark & Sons (track 19)
Mills Music (track 23)
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1937) (track 12)
arrangements:
Short’nin’ Bread (Wood/Wolfe arrangement) (track 21)
is the basis for:
Shortnin’ Bread (track 21)
Zoom Theme (track 26)
later parody versions:
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Chattanooga Choo‐Choo (Portuguese version) (track 11)
later versions:
La Dondon dodue (track 15)
part of:
42nd Street (full musical) (track 19)
A Damsel in Distress (1937 film score) (track 12)
Crazy For You (1992 Musical) (track 12)
Easter Parade (full musical) (track 18)
recording of:
Love Is Where You Find It (Warren/Dubin/Mercer song) (track 25)
Rumors Are Flying (track 4)
South American Way (track 7)
Too Fat Polka (track 15)
Nice Work If You Can Get It (1937-11-24) (track 12)
Ti-Pi-Tin (1938-02-21) (track 13)
Short’nin’ Bread (traditional song) (1938-02-22) (track 21)
Pagan Love Song (1938-06-04) (track 9)
Billy Boy (1938-11-21) (track 20)
Chattanooga Choo Choo (1941-11-15) (track 11)
(I’ve Got a Gal in) Kalamazoo (1942-07-17) (track 3)
Lullaby of Broadway (from "Gold Diggers of 1935") (1944) (track 19)
Straighten Up and Fly Right (1944-05-02) (track 23)
How Lucky You Are (1947-08-04) (track 14)
Cuanto le gusta (1947-11-29) (track 6)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

recorded in:
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1947-03-19) (tracks 1, 11)
composer:
Elmer Albrecht (track 21)
Harold Arlen (track 23)
James Horner (track 20)
Dick Jurgens (track 21)
Irving Berlin (tracks 1, 11)
Johnny Mercer (track 8)
Sammy Fain (1928) (track 6)
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (1932) (track 25)
Cole Porter (composer) (1935) (track 20)
Sammy Fain (1938) (track 26)
Francis Craig (1947) (track 13)
lyricist:
Irving Berlin (tracks 1, 11)
Sammy Gallop (track 21)
Edward Heyman (track 25)
Johnny Mercer (tracks 8, 23)
Billy Rose (lyricist and Broadway producer) (track 25)
Francis Wheeler (track 6)
Irving Kahal (1928) (track 6)
Cole Porter (composer) (1935) (track 20)
Irving Kahal (1938) (track 26)
Kermit Goell (1947) (track 13)
orchestra:
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1947-03-19) (tracks 1, 11)
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1947-12-10) (track 6)
Bill Ternent and His Orchestra (1948-07-26) (track 2)
orchestrator:
Billy May (track 26)
performer:
Al Jolson (track 4)
vocals:
The Andrews Sisters (tracks 13, 25)
The Andrews Sisters (1938) (track 18)
The Andrews Sisters (1940-07-15) (track 7)
The Andrews Sisters (1941-09-26) (track 21)
The Andrews Sisters (1942) (track 8)
The Andrews Sisters (1947-03-19) (tracks 1, 11)
Bing Crosby (1947-03-19) (tracks 1, 11)
Dick Haymes (1947-03-19) (tracks 1, 11)
The Andrews Sisters (1947-12-10) (track 6)
The Andrews Sisters (1948) (track 2)
The Andrews Sisters (1948-07-26) (track 2)
writer:
Sammy Cahn (track 15)
Saul Chaplin (track 15)
Cy Coben (track 4)
Frances Faye (track 19)
Dan Howell (track 19)
Adolf King (track 14)
Manny Kurtz (track 14)
Sam Martin (songwriter) (track 2)
Sidney Mitchell (track 9)
Abe Olman (track 22)
Lew Pollack (track 9)
Hughie Prince (tracks 7, 10)
Don Raye (tracks 7, 10, 19)
Vic Schoen (track 7)
Ben Trace (track 2)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track 14)
Clem Watts (track 2)
Jack Yellen (track 22)
phonographic copyright by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (track 1)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 20)
Irving Berlin Ltd. (track 1)
Warner/Chappell (tracks 1, 11)
Chappell & Co., Inc. (1938) (track 26)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (1938) (track 26)
arrangements:
There’s No Business Like Show Business (for band, Richards) (track 1)
cover recording of:
I Wanna Be Loved (track 25)
is the basis for:
Divine biguine (french) (track 20)
later parody versions:
St Sigfrids plan (track 21)
later translated versions:
Beguine (track 20)
愛的開始 (track 20)
later versions:
Begin the Beguine (unknown language, not English) (track 20)
part of:
Jubilee (track 20)
Annie Get Your Gun (tracks 1, 11)
recording of:
Near You (track 13)
Yodelin' Jive (track 10)
Lullaby to a Little Jitterbug (1938) (track 18)
Sha-Sha (aka Sha! Sha!) (1938-07-27) (track 14)
Begin the Beguine (1939-02-06) (track 20)
Down by the Ohio (1940-02-21) (track 22)
Hit the Road (1940-07-15) (track 7)
Elmer’s Tune (1941-09-26) (track 21)
Strip Polka (1942-07-17) (track 8)
Anything You Can Do (from "Annie Get Your Gun") (1947-03-19) (track 11)
There’s No Business Like Show Business (from "Annie Get Your Gun") (1947-03-19) (track 1)
Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella (1947-12-10) (track 6)
You Call Everybody Darling (1948-07-26) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Annie Get Your Gun Suite (tracks 1, 11)

CD 3

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1941-01-02) (track 5)
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1944-12-08) (track 25)
additional composer:
Morey Amsterdam (track 22)
Saul Chaplin (track 1)
additional lyricist:
Paul Baron (conductor) (track 22)
Jeri Sullivan (track 22)
arranger:
Eduard Ingriš (1927 – 1934) (track 15)
composer:
Lionel Belasco (track 22)
Kent Brandow (track 2)
Jerry Gray (US big band arranger and conductor) (track 20)
Lenny Kent (track 2)
Abe Olman (track 8)
Sholom Secunda (track 1)
Albert Von Tilzer (track 3)
Leonard Ware (American jazz guitar player and composer) (track 2)
Sammy Cahn (track 16)
Nellie Casman (track 16)
Saul Chaplin (track 16)
Eldo Di Lazzaro (tracks 18–19)
Phil Moore (composer, jazz pianist and orchestra leader) (track 21)
Jaromír Vejvoda (1927) (track 15)
Harold Arlen (1944) (track 25)
Carl Sigman (1947) (track 12)
conductor:
Vic Schoen (1944-12-08) (track 25)
lyricist:
Leonard Ware (American jazz guitar player and composer) (track 2)
Harold Adamson (track 18)
Sammy Cahn (tracks 1, 16)
Nellie Casman (track 16)
Saul Chaplin (track 16)
Bruno Cherubini (brother of Bixio Cherubini) (track 19)
Eldo Di Lazzaro (track 19)
Neville Fleeson (track 3)
Lord Invader (calypso vocalist and songwriter) (track 22)
Phil Moore (composer, jazz pianist and orchestra leader) (track 21)
Ed Rose (lyricist) (track 8)
Carl Sigman (track 20)
Johnny Mercer (1944) (track 25)
Bob Hilliard (1947) (track 12)
orchestra:
Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra (1938-11-21) (track 2)
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1940) (track 3)
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1940-08-28) (track 10)
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1941-01-02) (track 5)
Vic Schoen's Orchestra (1944-12-08) (track 25)
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (1947-09-27) (track 12)
translator:
Lew Brown (1939) (track 15)
Wladimir A. Timm (1939) (track 15)
vocals:
The Andrews Sisters (tracks 14, 16)
Dick Haymes (track 14)
The Andrews Sisters (1938-11-21) (track 2)
The Andrews Sisters (1939-05-03) (track 15)
The Andrews Sisters (1939-11-09) (track 8)
The Andrews Sisters (1940) (tracks 3, 18–19)
The Andrews Sisters (1940-08-28) (track 10)
The Andrews Sisters (1941-01-02) (track 5)
Laverne Andrews (1941-01-02) (track 5)
Maxene Andrews (1941-01-02) (track 5)
Patti Andrews (1941-01-02) (track 5)
The Andrews Sisters (1942-05-28) (track 17)
The Andrews Sisters (1944-10-18) (track 22)
The Andrews Sisters (1944-12-08) (track 25)
Bing Crosby (1944-12-08) (track 25)
The Andrews Sisters (1947-09-27) (track 12)
Danny Kaye (1947-09-27) (track 12)
writer:
Kent Brandow (track 2)
Lew Brown (track 6)
Bob Hilliard (track 12)
Jack Hoffman (track 14)
Lenny Kent (track 2)
Lester Lee (track 17)
Zeke Manners (track 17)
Hughie Prince (tracks 5, 10)
Don Raye (tracks 5, 10)
Rudy Vallée (track 6)
Leonard Ware (American jazz guitar player and composer) (track 2)
Carl Sigman (track 12)
phonographic copyright by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (track 25)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1940) (track 3)
Geffen Records (1941) (track 5)
publisher:
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 21)
arrangements:
later translated versions:
Bongo bongo (track 12)
Jāzep, Jāzep (track 16)
Rhum et Coca-Cola (track 22)
Sä kaunehin oot (track 1)
later versions:
Frida oum papa (Beer Barrel Polka) (track 15)
recording of:
Bei mir bist du schön (English version) (track 1)
Oh Ma-Ma! (track 6)
Shoo Shoo Baby (track 21)
Joseph Joseph (1938-02-21) (track 16)
Hold Tight (1938-11-21) (track 2)
Beer Barrel Polka (1939-05-03) (track 15)
Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! (1939-11-09) (track 8)
Ferry Boat Serenade (1940) (track 18)
Woodpecker Song (1940-02-21) (track 19)
Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar (1940 song) (1940-08-28) (track 10)
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (1941-01-02) (track 5)
Pennsylvania Polka (1942-05-28) (track 17)
Rum and Coca-Cola (calypso) (1944-10-18) (track 22)
Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive (1944-12-08) (track 25)
Civilization (Angel in the Wings) (1947-09-27) (track 12)
Teresa (1948) (track 14)
referred to in medleys:
Bing Crosby Medley (track 25)
Polkas on 45 (track 15)
Ja-Da Medley (track 1)
translated version of:
Bei mir bistu shein (original Yiddish version) (track 1)
Škoda lásky (track 15)