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THE CAREER OF MARTHA TILTON

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MOVIES

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Lonely Little Camera Girl (1941)
Words and music by Jay Livingston & Ray Evans
from PRC's "Crime, Inc."

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My Lullaby To Nothin' (1940)
Words and Music by Pinky Tomlin, Harry Tobias; Orchestration by Milton Rosen
from Universal's "Tickled Pinky"

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One Way Ticket To Your Heart (Duet) (1940)
Words and Music by Pinky Tomlin, Harry Tobias and Paul Parks; Orchestration by Milton Rosen
Duet with Pinky Tomlin, from Universal's "Tickled Pinky"

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"AND THE ANGELS SING," SUNG FOR THE FIRST TIME

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And the Angels Sing (1939)
January 31, 1939 "Camel Caravan" Radio Broadcast from New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra. After banter between Benny, Martha and Johnny Mercer, Martha debuts the original version of "And the Angels Sing" (to the tune "Fralich in Swing" with new lyric--including an additional verse not recorded later--by Johnny Mercer)

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NON-CAPITOL STUDIO RECORDINGS

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And the Angels Sing (1939)
Victor 26170, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Pass That Peace Pipe
Majestic 1176, with Orchestra

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The Wedding Cake Walk (1941)
Decca 4029

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CAPITOL RECORDINGS

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All of Me (1947)
Capitol 395, Accompaniment styled by Ernie Felice

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The Angels Cried (1942)
Capitol 105, with Orchestra and The Mellowaires

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And the Angels Sing (1955)
Capitol LP S-706, with Benny Goodman Orchestra

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As If I Didn't Have Enough on My Mind (1946)
Capitol 244, with Paul Weston Orchestra

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Ballin' the Jack (1949)
Capitol 618, Duet with Hal Derwin, Frank de Vol Orchestra

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Blow, Gabriel, Blow (1947)
Capitol 15129, Dean Elliot Orchestra

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Coming Through the Rye (1942)
Capitol 138, with Gordon Jenkins Orchestra

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Connecticut (1946)
Capitol 345, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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Does Everyone Know About This? (1944)
Capitol [XX], with Orchestra; Eddie Miller, tenor saxophone

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Down the Stairs, Out the Door (Went My Baby) (1947)
Capitol [Unissued], with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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Every So Often (1947)
Capitol 440, Accompaniment styled by Ernie Felice

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Everything I Have Is Yours (1944)
Capitol [Unissued], with Orchestra; Eddie Miller, tenor saxophone

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Exactly Like You (1946)
Capitol [Unissued], with Carl Kresstette

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A Fine Romance (1946)
Capitol 10072, duet with Johnny Mercer, with Paul Weston Orchestra

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Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love (1946)
Capitol 299, with Orchestra

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Honeyfoglin' Time (1946)
Capitol 299, with Orchestra; Honeyfogle is "to coax, wheedle, cajole"

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How Are Things in Glocca Morra? (1946)
Capitol 345, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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I Like It Better All the Time (1947)
Capitol 15250, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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I Should Care (Ver. 1) (1944)
Capitol [Unissued], with Orchestra; Eddie Miller, tenor saxophone

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I Should Care (Ver. 2) (1944)
Capitol 184, with Orchestra; Eddie Miller, tenor saxophone

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I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder (1947)
Capitol 395, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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If I Had a Talking Picture of You (1947)
Capitol 10087, duet with Johnny Mercer, with Paul Weston Orchestra

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I'll Remember April (1942)
Capitol 105, with Gordon Jenkins Orchestra; Martha's Favorite Recording

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I'll Walk Alone (1944)
Capitol 157, with Orchestra

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I'm Not So Bright (1947)
Capitol 15042, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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I'm Old Fashioned (1942)
Capitol [XX]

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The Last Time I Saw You (1945)
Capitol 222

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Moon Dreams (1942)
Capitol 138, with Orchestra and The Mellowaires

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(When the Moonlight Feel) On the Waterfall (1947)
Capitol 15149, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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Ready Set Go (1947)
Capitol 15129, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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Serenade in Blue (1942)
Capitol 108, with Paul Whiteman Orchestra

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Somewhere In The Night (1946)
Capitol 272, with Paul Weston Orchestra

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A Stranger in This Town (1944)
Capitol 184, with Orchestra; Eddie Miller, tenor saxophone

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Take Me Back (1949)
Capitol 618, duet with Hal Derwin, with Frank de Vol Orchestra

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Texas Polka (1944)
Capitol 157, with Orchestra

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That's Gratitude (1947)
Capitol 15042, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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That's My Desire (1947)
Capitol395, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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(Ah Yes) There's Good Blues Tonight (1946)
Capitol 244, with Orchestra and Vocal Octet

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These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You) (1946)
Capitol [Unissued], with Carl Kresstette

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This Can't Be Love (1946)
Capitol [Unissued], with Carl Kresstette

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Time On My Hands (1946)
Capitol [Unissued], with Carl Kresstette

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What a Deal (1945)
Capitol 222

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Where Flamingos Fly (1947)
Capitol 15149, with Dean Elliot Orchestra

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You Make Me Feel So Young (1946)
Capitol 272, with Paul Weston Orchestra

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STANDARD TRANSCRIPTIONS

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Blow, Gabriel, Blow (1944)
Standard Transcription, with unknown combo

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Broadway Caballero (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Easy Street (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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G'Bye Now (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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I Touched a Star (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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I'll Get By (1944)
Standard Transcription, with unknown combo

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It's De-Lovely (1944)
Standard Transcription, with unknown combo

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Just Quote Me (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Listen To My Heart (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Love and I (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Make A Miracle (1948)
Standard Transcription, from Martha Tilton radio show

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My Dream is Yours (1948)
Standard Transcription, from Martha Tilton radio show

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My Ideal (1944)
Standard Transcription, with unknown combo

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My Sister and I (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Number Ten Lullabye Lane (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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One Kiss For Tomorrow (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Practice Makes Perfect (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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The Same Old Story (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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San Fernando Valley (1944)
Standard Transcription, with unknown combo

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The Sky Without the Stars (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Walkin' By the River (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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Why Dream (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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You Was (1948)
Standard Transcription, duet with Jack Smith

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You're A Mystery in Me (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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You're Grand (1941)
Standard Transcription, with Don Allen Orchestra

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BAND REMOTES

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Afraid to Dream (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Bob White (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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The Dixieland Band (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Farewell, My Love (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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I'd Like to See Some Mo' of Samoa (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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If It's the Last Thing I Do (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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In the Still of The Night (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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It's Wonderful (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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I've Hitched My Wagon to a Star (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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I Wanna Be in Winchell's Column (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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The Lady Is a Tramp (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Loch Lomond (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Mama, That Moon Is Here Again (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Me, Myself and I (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Once In a While (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Pop-Corn Man (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Rockin' The Town (to broadcast close) (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Stardust On The Moon (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Sweet Someone (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Sweet Stranger (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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That Old Feeling (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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You and I Know (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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You're My Desire (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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Yours and Mine (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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You Showed Me the Way (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart (1937)
1937 CBS Radio Broadcast from Madhattan Room in Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, with Benny Goodman and Orchestra

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ON THE RADIO - VARIOUS

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Beyond the Blue Horizon
V-Disc 524-B, Martha Tilton and Her V-Disc Play-Fellows

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Blue Skies / After You've Gone (1947)
Jubilee 227

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If I Had You
V-Disc 556-B, Martha Tilton and Her V-Disc Play-Fellows

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I've Got a Right to Know / The Nightingale Remembers (w/Curt Massey)
Guest Star 373

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Three Little Words / I'm Beginning To See the Light / (It's Only A) Paper Moon
Your Star Time, with Buzz Adlam and Orchestra

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You Came Along (from Out of Nowhere)
V-Disc 487-B, Martha Tilton and Her V-Disc Playboys

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LIZ TILTON, SISTER

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Liz Tilton: And the Angels Sing (1938)
with Ray Noble Orchestra

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Liz Tilton: Comin' Thru the Rye (???)
Jubilee, Episode #200

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Liz Tilton: Dear Old Donegal (1941)
with Bob Crosby Orchestra

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Liz Tilton: How Deep Is the Ocean (????)
Jubilee, Episode #200

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Liz Tilton: It's Love, Love, Love (1944)
Lang-Worth Transcription, with Jan Garber and Orchestra

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Liz Tilton: The Same Little Words (1944)
Lang-Worth Transcription, with Jan Garber and Orchestra

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Liz Tilton: San Fernando Valley (1944)
Lang-Worth Transcription, with Jan Garber and Orchestra

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Liz Tilton: Will You Still Be Mine? (1941)
with Bob Crosby Orchestra

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Liz Tilton: Wo Ho (1944)
Lang-Worth Transcription, with Jan Garber and Orchestra