Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
|"Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered"|
"Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered" is a show tune and popular song from the 1940 Rodgers and Hart musical Pal Joey. The song was introduced by Vivienne Segal on December 25, 1940, in the Broadway production during Act I, Scene 6, and again in Act II, Scene 4, as a reprise. Segal also sang the song on both the 1950 hit record and in the 1952 Broadway revival. It was performed by Carol Bruce in the 1954 London production. A piano version by Bill Snyder was a giant hit in 1950.
Rod Stewart version
|"Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered"|
|Single by Rod Stewart and Cher|
|from the album As Time Goes By: The Great American Songbook, Volume II|
|Writer(s)||Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart|
In 2003 the song was released as a duet by English singer-songwriter Rod Stewart with American singer and actress Cher, as single from his second pop standards album, As Time Goes By: the Great American Songbook 2. It was released in 2003 by J Records. The cover also became a moderate hit on the Adult Contemporary chart in the United States, peaking at number 17.
|US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)||17|
- Benny Goodman and his Orchestra with vocal by Helen Forrest
- Columbia 35944 (matrix: CO-29579-1)
- Recorded: January 28, 1941
- Doris Day with The Mellomen and orchestra conducted by John Rarig
- Mel Tormé & Dave Lambert Singers with orchestra directed by Pete Rugolo
- Capitol 1000 (matrix: 5719-Y)
- Recorded: April 3, 1950
- Oscar Peterson with Barney Kessel (guitar) and Ray Brown (bass)
- From the album Oscar Peterson plays Richard Rodgers
- Recorded: December 7, 1953
- Ella Fitzgerald, with a studio orchestra conducted and arranged by Buddy Bregman
- From the album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Rodgers & Hart Songbook
- Recorded: August 1956
- Frank Sinatra from the film Pal Joey (1957), the album The Concert Sinatra (1963) and Duets II (1994)
- Anita O'Day, with the Oscar Peterson Quartet
- From the album Anita Sings The Most
- Recorded: January 31, 1957
- Barbra Streisand from The Third Album (1963)
- Frederica von Stade and the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by John McGlinn
- From the album My Funny Valentine -- Frederica von Stade sings Rodgers and Hart
- EMI D173428
- Released: 1990
- Patti LuPone
- Brad Mehldau
- From the album The Art of The Trio: Volume III
- Courtesy of Warner Bros Records Inc.
- Released: 1998
- Diane Schurr
- From the album Music is My Life
- Released: 1999
- Silje Nergaard
- From the album Port of Call
- Released: 2000
- The Supremes
- From the album The Supremes Sing Rodgers and Hart - The Complete Recordings
- Released 2002 (originally 1967)
- Samuel Barnett and Jamie Parker
- From the soundtrack album to the motion picture The History Boys and in the original play with the same title
- Released: 2005
- "Page scan of the original playbill for the opening night (12/25/1940) of Pal Joey (1940)". NYPL Digital Gallery. 1940. Image ID 1801557. Archived from Playbill scan for Pal Joey. Image ID 1801552.
- "Rod Stewart – Chart history" Billboard Adult Contemporary for Rod Stewart. Retrieved November 1, 2015.
- "The Barbra Streisand Album (1963)", Barbra Streisand Archives.
- "IMDB - The History Boys - Soundtrack". Retrieved 18 August 2009.
"The Third Man Theme" by Anton Karas
|Cash Box Best Sellers number-one song
(Vivienne Segal version)
July 8, 1950 – July 29, 1950
"Mona Lisa" by Nat King Cole