At the Supper Club Part III (Stafford)

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At the Supper Club Part III
At the Supper Club Part III-Jo Stafford
Compilation album by Jo Stafford
Released June 21, 2011
Recorded 1945-1946, 1949
Genre Vocal
Label Sounds of Yesteryear
Jo Stafford chronology
At the Supper Club Part II At the Supper Club Part III
2011
N/A

At the Supper Club Part III is a 2011 album release of recordings by the American singer Jo Stafford. The tracks are taken from her appearances on The Chesterfield Supper Club, the NBC variety program of the 1940s. The recordings on this compilation were made with Lloyd Shafer and His Orchestra, Paul Weston and His Orchestra, Helen Carroll and The Satisfiers,[1][2][3] and The Starlighters.[3][4] Martin Block is the Master Of Ceremonies.

Track listing[edit]

  1. All The Things You Are (Orchestral Introduction)
  2. It's Only A Paper Moon
  3. Come Back To Sorrento
  4. My Guys Come Back
  5. Tampico
  6. Give Me The Simple Life
  7. Thou Swell
  8. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
  9. Catfish, Take A Look A That Worm
  10. Tumblin' Tumbleweeds
  11. Storybook Romance
  12. Ol' Man River
  13. When Your Lover Has Gone
  14. I May Be Wrong
  15. I Don't Know Enough About You
  16. You Always Hurt The One You Love
  17. Sometimes I'm Happy
  18. Love Is So Terrific
  19. Smoke Dreams
  20. 'S Wonderful
  21. Poor Butterfly
  22. Girls Were Made To Take Care Of Boys
  23. Buttons And Bows
  24. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
  25. One Mornin'
  26. Medley: Smoke Dreams/These Foolish Things
  27. Smoke Dreams
  28. Always True To You In My Fashion
  29. He's Gone Away
  30. Medley: Sleepy Time Down South/Memphis Blues
  31. Powder Your Face With Sunshine
  32. Smoke Dreams

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Helen Kress (Helen Carroll) obituary". Remick & Gendron Funeral Home. 12 March 2011. Archived from the original on 6 April 2011. Retrieved 6 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "The Satisfiers". Kokomo. Retrieved 6 April 2011. 
  3. ^ a b Ad for 'Chesterfield Supper Club'. Life. 13 January 1947. Retrieved 26 November 2010. 
  4. ^ Music industry trade ad for The Starlighters. Billboard. 24 January 1948. Retrieved 6 April 2011. 

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