Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Mad About the Boy
5 3:02
2 What a Diff’rence a Day Makes
3 2:31
3 Baby (You’ve Got What It Takes)
2:47
4 This Bitter Earth
2:28
5 I’ve Got a Crush on You
3:08
6 All of Me
3:45
7 Sometimes I’m Happy
2:19
8 Our Love Is Here to Stay
3:10
9 Come on Home
3:26
10 A Sunday Kind of Love
3:20
11 My Ideal
2:22
12 Dream
2:44
13 There’ll Be Some Changes Made
3:02
14 Blue Gardenia
5:18
15 Black and Blue
2:58
16 Teach Me Tonight
2:47
17 Pennies From Heaven
2 2:18
18 Give Me Back My Tears
2:41
19 Darn That Dream
5:19
20 Blue Skies
7:51
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 I Get a Kick Out of You
6:20
2 Love for Sale
2:14
3 After You’ve Gone
3:38
4 More Than You Know
3:53
5 Birth of the Blues
3:58
6 What Is This Thing Called Love?
6:45
7 Let’s Do It
2:35
8 I’ve Got a Feeling I’m Falling
2:24
9 Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now
2:37
10 Again
3:26
11 Stairway to the Stars
3:03
12 Everybody Loves My Baby
2:41
13 Half as Much
2:33
14 My Devotion
3:09
15 If I Were a Bell
2:08
16 Caravan
2:40
17 Makin’ Whoopee
2:29
18 Cold, Cold Heart
3:23
19 It Could Happen to You
2:21
20 Honeysuckle Rose
2:38
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 A Rockin’ Good Way
2:30
2 Big Deal
2:45
3 Come Rain or Come Shine
3:14
4 Someone’s Rockin’ My Dreamboat
2:03
5 There Is No Greater Love
2:17
6 I Concentrate on You
3:05
7 On the Sunny Side of the Street
2:30
8 If I Loved You
2:30
9 I Remember You
2:47
10 If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
2:51
11 Perdido
3:27
12 I’m Through With Love
2:29
13 It’s Magic
2:32
14 Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby?
3:00
15 Send Me to the Electric Chair
3:17
16 Resolution Blues
3:18
17 Big Long Slidin’ Thing
2:59
18 Long John Blues
3:12
19 Short John
2:55
20 Backwater Blues
4:41
CD 4
# Title Rating Length
1 September in the Rain
2:10
2 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
3:25
3 I Cried for You
2:30
4 (Remember Me) I’m the One Who Loves You
2:45
5 I Thought About You
3:03
6 Stardust
3:40
7 I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
7:04
8 Time After Time
2:31
9 Nothing in the World
3:19
10 Careless Love
3:36
11 Bye Bye Blues
7:01
12 So in Love
4:28
13 Stormy Weather
3:05
14 Easy Living
5:03
15 This Can’t Be Love
6:54
16 T’Ain’t Nobody’s Biz-Ness If I Do
3:29
17 Christopher Columbus
2:49
18 You're Crying
3:29
19 But Not for Me
2:27
20 Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye
2:32
CD 5
# Title Rating Length
1 Manhattan
4:19
2 Unforgettable
2:43
3 Love Walked In
2:12
4 I’ve Got You Under My Skin
5:30
5 Squeeze Me
2:11
6 Willow Weep for Me
3:29
7 I Believe
3:25
8 A Cottage for Sale
3:18
9 Look to the Rainbow
5 2:49
10 Lover Come Back to Me
9:49
11 I Apologize
3:22
12 Just One More Chance
2:54
13 I Wanna Be Loved
2:51
14 Since I Fell for You
2:42
15 My Song
2:58
16 Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
3:10
17 Tell Me Why
3:01
18 If I Had You
4:46
19 Soft Wind
3:04
20 The Age of Miracles
2:35

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1956-04-24) (track 7)
New York, New York, United States (1956-04-25) (track 11)
strings:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 11)
drums:
Panama Francis (track 2)
flute:
Jerome Richardson (track 2)
guitar:
Kenny Burrell (track 2)
double bass:
Milt Hinton (track 2)
alto saxophone:
Cannonball Adderley (1956-04-24) (track 7)
Cannonball Adderley (1956-04-25) (track 11)
piano:
Joe Zawinul (track 2)
Junior Mance (1956-04-24) (track 7)
Junior Mance (1956-04-25) (track 11)
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (track 2)
arranger:
Hal Mooney (tracks 7, 11)
Chris Walden (track 16)
Belford Hendricks (track 2)
composer:
Irving Caesar (track 7)
Newell Chase (track 11)
George Gershwin (composer) (track 8)
María Grever (track 2)
Gene de Paul (track 16)
Fats Waller (track 15)
Richard A. Whiting (track 11)
Noël Coward (track 1)
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 4)
Irving Berlin (1926) (track 20)
George Gershwin (composer) (1928) (track 5)
Arthur Johnston (American composer and songwriter) (1936) (track 17)
Jimmy Van Heusen (1939) (track 19)
Johnny Mercer (1944) (track 12)
conductor:
Belford Hendricks (track 2)
Hal Mooney (1956-04-24) (track 7)
Hal Mooney (1956-04-25) (track 11)
lead vocals:
Dinah Washington (track 2)
lyricist:
Stanley Adams (US lyricist & songwriter) (track 2)
Harry Brooks (jazz pianist & songwriter) (track 15)
Sammy Cahn (track 16)
Noël Coward (track 1)
Ira Gershwin (track 8)
Billy Higgins (1920s composer) (track 13)
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 4)
Andy Razaf (track 15)
Leo Robin (track 11)
Vincent Youmans (track 7)
Irving Berlin (1926) (track 20)
Ira Gershwin (1928) (track 5)
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) (1936) (track 17)
Eddie DeLange (1939) (track 19)
Johnny Mercer (1944) (track 12)
orchestra:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 7, 11)
performer:
producer:
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 2)
publisher:
Harry H. Pace (1921) (track 13)
vocals:
Dinah Washington (1949) (track 18)
Dinah Washington (1952) (track 1)
Dinah Washington (1953) (track 17)
Dinah Washington (1954) (tracks 16, 19–20)
Dinah Washington (1955) (tracks 6, 9–10, 13–14)
Dinah Washington (1956) (tracks 5, 8)
Dinah Washington (1956-04-24) (track 7)
Dinah Washington (1956-04-25) (track 11)
Dinah Washington (1957) (track 15)
Dinah Washington (1959) (tracks 3–4, 12)
writer:
Barbara Belle (track 10)
Brook Benton (track 3)
Juanita Hill (track 9)
Lester Lee (track 14)
Zoe Anita Leonard (track 10)
Louis Prima (track 10)
Stan Rhodes (track 10)
Bob Russell (US songwriter/lyricist Sidney Keith "Bob" Russell) (track 14)
Murray Stein (track 3)
Dinah Washington (track 9)
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 3)
Gerald Marks (1932) (track 6)
Seymour Simons (1932) (track 6)
publisher:
Bourne Co. (track 6)
Cahn Music Company (track 16)
Capitol Songs Inc. (track 12)
Chappell Music (track 8)
Chappell Music Ltd. (tracks 1, 8)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 2)
Harms, Inc. (track 7)
Hub Music Co Inc (track 16)
Leeds Music Inc. (track 10)
Maurice Music (track 2)
Scarsdale Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 19)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (tracks 5, 12, 14)
Warner Music Corp. (track 12)
Edward B. Marks Music Co. (founded originally as J. Stern & Co. in 1894, renamed in 1919) (1924) (track 13)
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1938) (track 8)
arrangements:
Mad About the Boy (arr Paul Campbell) (track 1)
cover recording of:
Black and Blue (track 15)
Dream (track 12)
Mad About the Boy (track 1)
Teach Me Tonight (track 16)
Sometimes I’m Happy (1956-04-24) (track 7)
What a Diff’rence a Day Made (1959-06 – 1959-08) (track 2)
later parody versions:
There’ll Be Some Changes Made (parody version) (track 13)
later translated versions:
later versions:
part of:
Hit the Deck (1927 musical) (track 7)
Treasure Girl (1928 musical) (track 5)
recording of:
All of Me (track 6)
Blue Gardenia (track 14)
Blue Skies (track 20)
Come On Home (track 9)
Darn That Dream (track 19)
My Ideal (from "Playboy of Paris") (track 11)
Pennies From Heaven (track 17)
This Bitter Earth (track 4)
referred to in medleys:
Bing Crosby Medley (tracks 17, 20)
Ja-Da Medley (tracks 6, 17)
translated version of:

CD 2

additional writer:
Cab Calloway (track 5)
arranger:
Rabih Abou-Khalil (track 16)
composer:
Walter Donaldson (track 17)
Ray Henderson (track 5)
Harry Link (track 8)
Frank Loesser (track 15)
Matty Malneck (track 11)
Lionel Newman (track 10)
Jack Palmer (Jazz pianist and composer) (track 12)
Frank Signorelli (track 11)
Claudius Valk (track 6)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track 19)
Fats Waller (tracks 8–9)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 18)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (track 12)
Vincent Youmans (track 4)
Turner Layton (1918) (track 3)
Fats Waller (1928) (track 20)
Cole Porter (1928) (track 7)
Cole Porter (1929) (track 6)
Cole Porter (1930) (track 2)
Cole Porter (1934) (track 1)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1937) (track 16)
Juan Tizol (1937) (track 16)
Curley Williams (1951) (track 13)
lyricist:
Frank Loesser (track 15)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 18)
Lew Brown (track 5)
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) (track 19)
Dorcas Cochran (track 10)
Buddy DeSylva (track 5)
Edward Eliscu (track 4)
Gus Kahn (track 17)
Mitchell Parish (track 11)
Andy Razaf (track 9)
Billy Rose (tracks 4, 8)
Henry Creamer (1918) (track 3)
Cole Porter (1928) (track 7)
Andy Razaf (1928) (track 20)
Cole Porter (1929) (track 6)
Cole Porter (1930) (track 2)
Cole Porter (1934) (track 1)
Irving Mills (1937) (track 16)
Curley Williams (1951) (track 13)
orchestra:
vocals:
Dinah Washington (1947) (track 11)
Dinah Washington (1951) (track 18)
Dinah Washington (1952) (tracks 13–14)
Dinah Washington (1954) (track 2)
Dinah Washington (1955) (tracks 1, 4–6)
Dinah Washington (1956) (tracks 7, 15–17)
Dinah Washington (1957) (tracks 8–9, 12, 20)
Dinah Washington (1958) (track 3)
Dinah Washington (1959) (track 19)
Dinah Washington (1960) (track 10)
writer:
Roc Hillman (Writer/Arranger) (track 14)
John Napton (track 14)
publisher:
Beth Dryer Music (track 17)
Chappell & Co. (tracks 2, 19)
Chappell Music (track 1)
Chappell Music Ltd. (tracks 1–2)
Harms, Inc. (tracks 1–2)
Hiriam Music (track 18)
Mills Music, Inc. (track 16)
Sony/ATV Harmony (tracks 16, 19)
Sony/ATV Harmony UK (track 19)
Tobago Music Co. (track 17)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 17)
Warner/Chappell (track 6)
Lafleur Music Ltd. (1995-12-12 –) (track 16)
arrangements:
Caravan (arranged by Au) (track 16)
Let's Do It (track 7)
cover recording of:
Caravan (track 16)
Cold, Cold Heart (track 18)
Honeysuckle Rose (track 20)
More Than You Know (track 4)
is the basis for:
Fried Bananas (jazz interpretation of "It Could Happen to You") (track 19)
later parody versions:
Hör auf zu regnen (track 17)
It Could Happen to You (Sinatra parody) (track 19)
later translated versions:
Hälften så kär (track 13)
Makin' Whoopee (track 17)
Sei mal verliebt (track 7)
later versions:
Har ni cykellås (track 20)
Let's Do It (Noël Coward version) (track 7)
part of:
Anything Goes (track 1)
Can‐Can (1960 musical film) (track 7)
Paris (1928 musical) (track 7)
Guys and Dolls (full musical) (track 15)
recording of:
Again (track 10)
Birth of the Blues (track 5)
Half as Much (track 13)
If I Were a Bell (Guys and Dolls) (track 15)
Love for Sale (track 2)
Makin’ Whoopee! (track 17)
My Devotion (track 14)
referred to in medleys:
Love Medley (track 2)
Ja-Da Medley (tracks 3, 16)

CD 3

recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (1956-04-24) (track 7)
drumset [drums]:
Max Roach (1958) (track 20)
drums:
Panama Francis (tracks 9, 12–13)
flute:
Jerome Richardson (tracks 9, 12–13)
guitar:
Kenny Burrell (tracks 9, 12–13)
bass:
Paul West (bass) (1958) (track 20)
double bass:
Milt Hinton (tracks 9, 12–13)
alto saxophone:
Cannonball Adderley (1956-04-24) (track 7)
piano:
Joe Zawinul (tracks 9, 12–13)
Junior Mance (1956-04-24) (track 7)
Wynton Kelly (1958) (track 20)
piano arranger:
James P. Johnson (1927) (track 20)
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (tracks 9, 12–13)
arranger:
Hal Mooney (track 7)
Belford Hendricks (tracks 9, 12–13)
composer:
Isham Jones (track 5)
Fud Livingston (track 12)
Matty Malneck (track 12)
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter) (track 7)
Richard Rodgers (track 8)
Jule Styne (track 13)
Elroy Crane (track 19)
Tommy George (track 18)
James P. Johnson (1926) (track 10)
Bessie Smith (1927) (track 20)
Cole Porter (1940) (track 6)
Victor Schertzinger (1941) (track 9)
Juan Tizol (1941) (track 11)
Harold Arlen (1946) (track 3)
conductor:
Belford Hendricks (tracks 9, 12–13)
Hal Mooney (1956-04-24) (track 7)
lead vocals:
Dinah Washington (tracks 9, 12–13)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn (track 13)
Elroy Crane (track 19)
Dorothy Fields (US Tin Pan Alley librettist and lyricist) (track 7)
Tommy George (track 18)
Gus Kahn (track 12)
Marty Symes (Lyricist) (track 5)
Henry Creamer (1926) (track 10)
Bessie Smith (1927) (track 20)
Cole Porter (1940) (track 6)
Johnny Mercer (1941) (track 9)
Ervin Drake (1944) (track 11)
Hans J. Lengsfelder (1944) (track 11)
Johnny Mercer (1946) (track 3)
orchestra:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 7)
producer:
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (tracks 9, 12–13)
vocals:
Dinah Washington (1948) (track 18)
Dinah Washington (1949) (track 16)
Dinah Washington (1950) (tracks 2, 8)
Dinah Washington (1954) (tracks 3, 5, 17, 19)
Dinah Washington (1955) (track 6)
Dinah Washington (1956) (tracks 11, 14)
Dinah Washington (1956-04-24) (track 7)
Dinah Washington (1957) (tracks 4, 15)
Dinah Washington (1958) (tracks 10, 20)
Brook Benton (1960) (track 1)
Dinah Washington (1960) (track 1)
writer:
Brook Benton (track 1)
George Brooks (composer, early 20th century) (track 15)
Luchi de Jesus (track 1)
Leroy Kirkland (track 17)
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
Leon René (track 4)
Otis René (track 4)
Emerson C. Scott (track 4)
Teddy Stewart (track 2)
Leonard Swain (track 16)
Mamie Thomas (track 17)
Dinah Washington (tracks 2, 16)
Bill Austin (1944) (track 14)
Louis Jordan (American jazz, blues and rhythm & blues musician and songwriter) (1944) (track 14)
publisher:
cover recording of:
A Rockin' Good Way (track 1)
I Remember You (1959-06 – 1959-08) (track 9)
I'm Through With Love (1959-06 – 1959-08) (track 12)
It’s Magic (1959-06 – 1959-08) (track 13)
is the basis for:
wossaproblem (track 20)
later parody versions:
Come Rain or Come Shine (Friars Club Tribute version) (track 3)
later translated versions:
If I Loved You (Japanese version) (track 8)
L'amour viendra (If I Loved You) (track 8)
On the Sunny Side of the Street (Portuguese version) (track 7)
Quando sogno (track 7)
later versions:
Backwater Blues (Leadbelly Arrangement) (track 20)
Backwater Blues (Dylan Arrangement) (track 20)
live recording of:
Backwater Blues (track 20)
part of:
Carousel (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical) (track 8)
recording of:
Big Deal (track 2)
If I Loved You (Carousel) (track 8)
Long John Blues (track 18)
Perdido (with lyrics) (track 11)
Resolution Blues (track 16)
Short John (track 19)
referred to in medleys:
Carousel Suite (track 8)
version of:
Perdido (original instrumental version) (track 11)

CD 4

drums:
Panama Francis (track 8)
flute:
Jerome Richardson (track 8)
guitar:
Kenny Burrell (track 8)
double bass:
Milt Hinton (track 8)
piano:
Joe Zawinul (track 8)
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (track 8)
arranger:
Belford Hendricks (track 8)
composer:
Dave Bennett (Songwriter) (track 11)
Chu Berry (track 17)
Arthur Freed (track 3)
Porter Grainger (track 16)
Chauncey Gray (track 11)
Jerome Kern (track 2)
Bert Lown (track 11)
Abe Lyman (track 3)
Ralph Rainger (track 14)
Everett Robbins (track 16)
Jule Styne (track 8)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track 5)
Stuart Hamblen (track 4)
Leo Robin (track 14)
Hoagy Carmichael (1927) (track 6)
George Gershwin (composer) (1930) (track 19)
Fred F. Hamm (1930) (track 11)
Harold Arlen (1933) (track 13)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (1937) (track 1)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1938) (track 7)
Richard Rodgers (1938) (track 15)
Cole Porter (1944) (track 20)
Cole Porter (1948) (track 12)
conductor:
Belford Hendricks (track 8)
lead vocals:
Dinah Washington (track 8)
lyricist:
Porter Grainger (track 16)
Gus Arnheim (track 3)
Sammy Cahn (track 8)
Stuart Hamblen (track 4)
Otto Harbach (track 2)
Johnny Mercer (track 5)
Andy Razaf (track 17)
Leo Robin (track 14)
Mitchell Parish (1929) (track 6)
Ira Gershwin (1930) (track 19)
Ted Koehler (1933) (track 13)
Al Dubin (1937) (track 1)
Lorenz Hart (1938) (track 15)
Irving Mills (1938) (track 7)
Henry Nemo (1938) (track 7)
John Redmond (House vocalist) (1938) (track 7)
Cole Porter (1944) (track 20)
Cole Porter (1948) (track 12)
orchestra:
producer:
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 8)
vocals:
Dinah Washington (1952) (tracks 3, 13)
Dinah Washington (1954) (tracks 4, 7, 11)
Dinah Washington (1955) (tracks 2, 5, 14–15)
Dinah Washington (1956) (tracks 18–20)
Dinah Washington (1957) (tracks 10, 16–17)
Dinah Washington (1959) (track 9)
Dinah Washington (1960) (tracks 1, 6, 12)
writer:
Brook Benton (track 9)
Leonard Feather (track 18)
Belford Hendricks (track 9)
Quincy Jones (track 18)
Martha Koenig (track 10)
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 9)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (track 10)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 10)
Ralph Rainger (1937) (track 14)
Leo Robin (1937) (track 14)
publisher:
Arthur Freed Music (track 3)
Chappell & Co. (tracks 2, 20)
Chappell & Co., Inc. (tracks 12, 20)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 13)
Famous Music (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody) (track 14)
Jerry Leiber Music (track 5)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 16)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 16)
Mills Music, Inc. (track 6)
Sands Music Corp. (track 8)
T.B. Harms (US sheet music publisher 1875 sold to Warner Brothers 1929 sold to Welk Music 1970) (track 2)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 2)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 5)
New World Music Co. (1930) (track 19)
Henrees Music co. (1937) (track 1)
peermusic UK (UK publisher) (1937) (track 1)
arrangements:
Dym (Smoke Gets in Your Eyes) (for two violins and piano, Frolov) (track 2)
Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye (for choir, Bennett) (track 20)
cover recording of:
So in Love (from Kiss Me, Kate) (track 12)
Stardust (the jazz standard) (track 6)
Time After Time (1959-06 – 1959-08) (track 8)
later parody versions:
Time After Time (Friars Club Tribute version) (track 8)
later translated versions:
Fumo negli occhi (track 2)
Nua ned fia mi (track 19)
Polvere di stelle (track 6)
later versions:
Avec la bouche (track 11)
Nostalgia (Marie Myriam song) (track 13)
part of:
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical) (track 19)
Crazy For You (1992 Musical) (track 19)
Girl Crazy (1930 Musical) (track 19)
Roberta (track 2)
Kiss Me, Kate (musical) (track 12)
recording of:
But Not for Me (track 19)
Bye Bye Blues (track 11)
Careless Love (track 10)
Easy Living (track 14)
I Cried for You (track 3)
Stormy Weather (track 13)
You’re Crying (track 18)
referred to in medleys:
Septemberly (jazz instrumental medley of "Tenderly" and "September in the Rain") (track 1)

CD 5

drums:
Panama Francis (track 1)
flute:
Jerome Richardson (track 1)
guitar:
Kenny Burrell (track 1)
double bass:
Milt Hinton (track 1)
piano:
Joe Zawinul (track 1)
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (track 1)
arranger:
Belford Hendricks (track 1)
composer:
Al Alberts (track 17)
Fred Royal (track 19)
Benny Goodman (clarinetist and bandleader) (track 19)
Buddy Johnson (track 14)
Arthur Johnston (American composer and songwriter) (track 12)
Burton Lane (track 9)
Willard Robison (track 8)
Fats Waller (track 5)
Irving Gordon (track 2)
Richard Rodgers (1925) (track 1)
Sigmund Romberg (1928) (track 10)
George Gershwin (composer) (1930) (track 3)
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green) (1932) (track 13)
Ann Ronell (1932) (track 6)
Cole Porter (1936) (track 4)
Duke Ellington (American composer, pianist, & jazz bandleader) (1940) (track 16)
conductor:
Belford Hendricks (track 1)
lead vocals:
Dinah Washington (track 1)
lyricist:
Fred Royal (track 19)
Buddy Johnson (track 14)
Larry Conley (track 8)
Sam Coslow (track 12)
Marty Gold (track 17)
Irving Gordon (track 2)
EY. Harburg (track 9)
Edward Heyman (track 13)
Billy Rose (track 13)
Clarence Williams (track 5)
Lorenz Hart (1925) (track 1)
Oscar Hammerstein II (1928) (track 10)
Ann Ronell (1932) (track 6)
Cole Porter (1936) (track 4)
Ira Gershwin (1937) (track 3)
Bob Russell (US songwriter/lyricist Sidney Keith "Bob" Russell) (1942) (track 16)
producer:
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
vocals:
Dinah Washington (1947) (track 14)
Dinah Washington (1950) (track 13)
Dinah Washington (1951) (tracks 11–12)
Dinah Washington (1952) (tracks 15, 17)
Dinah Washington (1953) (track 16)
Dinah Washington (1954) (tracks 4, 10, 19)
Dinah Washington (1955) (tracks 6, 8–9, 18)
Dinah Washington (1957) (track 5)
Dinah Washington (1959) (tracks 2, 20)
Dinah Washington (1960) (tracks 3, 7)
writer:
James Campbell (British songwriter and music publisher) (track 18)
Reginald Connelly (track 18)
Ervin Drake (track 7)
Al Goodhart (track 11)
Irvin Graham (track 7)
Belford Hendricks (track 20)
Al Hoffman (track 11)
David James Mattis (track 15)
Ed G. Nelson (track 11)
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 20)
Ted Shapiro (track 18)
Jimmy Shirl (track 7)
Murray Stein (track 20)
Al Stillman (track 7)
publisher:
Bourne Co. (track 2)
Chappell & Co. (track 9)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 5)
Sony/ATV Harmony (track 16)
Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) (track 10)
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1938) (track 3)
株式会社ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (2017-04-01 –) (track 10)
arrangements:
Love Walked In (for solo piano, transcr. by Grainger) (track 3)
cover recording of:
My Song (track 15)
Squeeze Me (track 5)
Willow Weep for Me (track 6)
Manhattan (1959-06 – 1959-08) (track 1)
later translated versions:
恋人よ我に帰れ (今は淋しく 君は去りて 忘れられない あの面影…) (track 10)
part of:
Born to Dance (track 4)
Finian's Rainbow (track 9)
recording of:
A Cottage for Sale (track 8)
Age of Miracles (track 20)
I Apologize (track 11)
I Believe (track 7)
I Wanna Be Loved (track 13)
If I Had You (track 18)
Look to the Rainbow (from "Finian's Rainbow") (track 9)
Love Walked In (track 3)
Lover, Come Back to Me (The New Moon) (track 10)
Soft Winds (track 19)
Tell Me Why (track 17)
Unforgettable (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Love Medley (track 3)
version of:
Never No Lament (track 16)

Release

liner notes: Phil Graham (liner note writer) (2011)
copyrighted by: Demon Music Group Ltd. (a BBC Worldwide Ltd. subsidiary; for release labels, use "Demon Music Group") (2011)
phonographic copyright by: Demon Music Group Ltd. (a BBC Worldwide Ltd. subsidiary; for release labels, use "Demon Music Group") (2011)
ASIN: UK: B005J4CBO0 [info]
Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/release/8931385 [info]

Release Group

part of: 100 Hits Legends (number: 25)