Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
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|"Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart"|
|Single by The Trammps|
|B-side||"Penguin At The Big Apple"|
|Songwriter(s)||James F. Hanley|
|The Trammps singles chronology|
The most notable recordings were made by Judy Garland (who recorded it numerous times, including in the 1938 film Listen, Darling and for Decca Records in 1939) and by The Trammps (reaching No. 17 on the US Billboard R&B chart in 1972).
Bing Crosby recorded the song for his radio show and it was broadcast on January 17, 1954, and subsequently included in the album Bing Crosby: Shall We Dance? issued by the Crosby family in 2012.
Others artists and groups that have recorded this song include Ernestine Anderson, June Christy, Petula Clark, Frank Sinatra, Royce Campbell, the Kirby Stone Four, Billy Eckstine, Richard Himber Orchestra, Brenda Lee, Jesse Belvin, the Coasters, the Satintones, the Dimensions, Brent Spiner, Enoch Light, the Move, the Darts, the Rockin' Vickers, Chet Baker, Smoking Popes, Dinah Shore, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Rufus Wainwright (who recorded the song on a tribute album to Judy Garland), Barry Manilow (who recorded it as a duet with Judy Garland, sampling her 1961 version that appears on her album Judy at Carnegie Hall), and Kristin Chenoweth (on her album The Art of Elegance).
- "Judy Garland Songs on Decca Records". Jgdb.com. Retrieved 2016-10-02.
- "A Bing Crosby Discography". bingmagazine.co.uk. Retrieved February 18, 2018.
- "allmusic.com". allmusic.com. Retrieved February 18, 2018.
- "Barbra Streisand Archives | Early Demos, RCA Audition, Record Contract". Barbra-archives.com. Retrieved 2016-10-02.
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