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Johnny Mercer

John Herndon "Johnny" Mercer (November 18, 1909 – June 25, 1976) was an American lyricist, songwriter and singer. Mercer was also a co-founder of Capitol Records.

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Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia 1933–1944 - Track Listing - Disc One
12/18/33 Columbia 2867D 1933 Riffin' the Scotch Johnny Mercer, Dick McDonough, Benny Goodman, Fordlee Buck 231 3. 10/25/35 Brunswick 1935 ... Eeny Meeny Meiny Mo Johnny Mercer and Matty Malneck 310 13. 10/25/35 Brunswick 1935 ... If You Were Mine Johnny Mercer and Matty Malneck 309 14 ...
List Of Songs Introduced By Fred Astaire
... With You 1942 Joan Leslie Harold Arlen Johnny Mercer The Sky's the Limit A Needle in a Haystack 1934 Con Conrad Herb Magidson The Gay Divorcee All to Myself ... Tommy Wolf London, July 22, 1975, UAS 19885/LA-580 Dearly Beloved 1942 Jerome Kern Johnny Mercer You Were Never Lovelier 1942, Decca 18491 Dig It 1940 Bernie Henighen Johnny Mercer Second Chorus ... Chisholm 1940 Bernie Henighen Johnny Mercer Second Chorus Los Angeles, September 22, 1940, Columbia 35852 Hoops 1931 Adele Astaire Arthur Schwartz Howard Dietz The Band Wagon New ...
My Huckleberry Friend - Track Listing
... Been a Beautiful Baby" (Harry Warren) – 254 "Little Ol' Tune" (Johnny Mercer) – 305 "Moon River" (Henry Mancini) – 343 "I Wanna Be In Love Again" (Johnny Mercer ... Meier, Hans Bradtke) – 339 "Little Ingenue" (Johnny Mercer) – 319 "Something's Gotta Give" (Johnny Mercer) – 234 "Satin Doll" (Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn) – 253 "It's Great to Be Alive" (Robert E ... Baby (and One More for the Road)" (Harold Arlen) – 358 All songs co-written by Johnny Mercer unless otherwise noted ...
Johnny Mercer - Sources and References - Bibliography
... Bach, Bob Mercer, Ginger (1982) ... Our Huckleberry Friend The Life, Times, and Lyrics of Johnny Mercer ... Skylark The Life and Times of Johnny Mercer ...
Paul Weston - Capitol and Columbia
... Weston met Johnny Mercer while working for Paramount in 1942 Mercer, who was preparing to start Capitol Records, wanted Weston to write for his new company ... Paul wrote, arranged and directed Mercer's "Strip Polka"-the first arrangement written for the new label on April 6, 1942 ... The strike brought the new company to a standstill until Johnny Mercer began his radio show, Johnny Mercer's Music Shop, in June 1943 ...

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    You must have been a beautiful baby.
    Johnny Mercer (1909–1976)

    You’ve got to
    Accent-tchu-ate the positive.
    —Johnny Mercer (1909–1976)

    Wha lies here?
    I, Johnny Doo.
    Hoo, Johnny, is that you?
    Ay, man, but a’m dead noo.
    —Anonymous. “Johnny Doo,” from Geoffrey Grigson’s Faber Book of Epigrams and Epitaphs, Faber & Faber (1977)