Audio Clips

Jeepers Creepers

Performed by: Louis Armstrong
From Swing! (Columbia 505458)

One For My Baby (And One More For the Road)

Performed by: Frank Sinatra
From Frank Sinatra: The Best of the Columbia Years 1943-1952 (Columbia/Legacy CAK 65620, 1995)
Recorded August 11, 1947
Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl.

That Old Black Magic

Performed by: Frank Sinatra
From Frank Sinatra: The Best of the Columbia Years 1943-1952 (Columbia/Legacy CAK 65620, 1995)
Recorded March 10, 1946

Blues In the Night

Performed by: Rosemary Clooney
From Rosemary Clooney: 16 Greatest Hits (Columbia/Legacy CK 63553, 2000)
Recorded April 25, 1952
Arranged and Conducted by Percy Faith.

Moon River

Performed by: Sarah Vaughan
From Trav'lin' Light: The Johnny Mercer Songbook (Verve Records 314 555 402-2, 1998)
Recorded 1964, United Recorders, Hollywood
With Quincy Jones's orchestra.

In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening

Performed by: Bing Crosby
From Bing Crosby: Academy Award Winners and Nominees (MCA/Decca 088 112274-2, 2000)
Recorded June 20, 1951
With Jane Wyman and Four Hits and A Miss and Matty Matlock's All-Stars.

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive

Performed by: Bing Crosby
From Bing Crosby: Academy Award Winners and Nominees (MCA/Decca 088 112274-2, 2000)
Recorded December 8, 1944
With the Williams Brothers Quartet and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra.

On the Atchinson, Topeka and the Sante Fe

Performed by: Bing Crosby
From Bing Crosby: Academy Award Winners and Nominees (MCA/Decca 088 112274-2, 2000)
Recorded February 17, 1944

Come Rain or Come Shine

Performed by: Anita O'day
From Blues In The Night (Verve Records 314 555 268-2, 1997)
Recorded April 6, 1959, Los Angeles

Day In Day Out

Performed by: Sarah Vaughan
From Blues In The Night (Verve Records 314 555 268-2, 1997)
Recorded July 19 and 21, 1963, Tivoli Garden, Copenhagen

Skylark

Performed by: Ella Fitzgerald
From Blues In The Night (Verve Records 314 555 268-2, 1997)
With the Nelson Riddle Orchestra.