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Vaughn Monroe

Vaughn Monroe
Aliases
Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
Real name
Vaughn Wilton Monroe
Born
October 7, 1911
Died
May 21, 1973
Country
United States
IPI
00021240741 1 work
Comments
Baritone singer, trumpeter in big band and traditional pop settings. Monroe was also a band leader.

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
December 1946 (6 artists)
July 24, 1942 (16 artists)
September 1941 (3 artists)
June 1954 (5 artists)
September 6, 1940 (5 artists)
December 1944 (7 artists)
August 1949 (128 artists)
1942 (205 artists)
Racing With The Moon Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1941 Unverified
March 7, 1941 John Pizzarelli, Jr.
June 1950 (11 artists)
May 1951 The Blue Diamonds
June 1954 (157 artists)
1941 (2 artists)
February 1943 (79 artists)
November 1945 (919 artists)
September 1945 (3 artists)
1946 (4 artists)
1952 (2 artists)
1946 (8 artists)
June 1942 (14 artists)

Covers by Vaughn Monroe

Title Performer Release date Originally by
January 1957 Fess Parker
1951 Ray Heatherton & Mitzi Green
1951 Elsie Carlisle
January 1957 (unknown)
1946 Wayne King & His Orchestra
1950 Tom-Tom & Male Chorus
June 19, 1942 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
October 1951 Rufus Smith
November 25, 1944 Al Bowlly
November 25, 1944 Judy Garland
1946 Frank Sinatra
October 1947 (unknown)
1941 Naemi Briese, Al Donahue and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Phil Brito
1967 Ethel Waters and The Jazz Masters
1945 Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Vocal by Roy Felton
December 1950 Everett Marshall
January 1941 Kate Smith
October 1940 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Allan Jones & Jeanette MacDonald
1959 Arkansas Barefoot Boys, Jimmie Driftwood
April 1951 (unknown)
January 1942 Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Vocal Refrain by Tommy Ryan
1949 Elton Britt
1942 Russ Morgan and His Orchestra
1951 Patricia Morison
1950 Dorothy Squires with Orchestra conducted by Billy Reid
July 18, 1941 Woody Herman and His Orchestra
April 1942 Eric Coates and Symphony Orchestra, Tony Martin with Orchestra under Direction of Victor Young
October 1945 Miss Walton and Mr. Macdonough
February 1946 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Vocal Chorus by Don Rodney and The Lombardo Trio
1945 (unknown), Lord Invader
March 1949 Burl Ives
January 1949 John Laurenz
1941 Fiorello Giraud
January 1942 Kate Smith
December 1948 Margaret Whiting with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra
1946 The Dolly Sisters
1946 Les Brown and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Doris Day
October 31, 1949 Buz Butler and Cass County Boys
March 8, 1952 Grandpa Jones and Ramona
1945 Roy Smeck and His Orchestra
July 1945 (unknown performer), Dorothy Lamour - Orchestra under Direction of Cy Feuer
October 1945 (unknown), Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ray Eberle
October 1945 Mark Andrews [US1], Henry Halstead and His Orchestra
July 1945 Valaida & Dee Lloyd McKaye
March 1942 Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra
August 1949 Isham Jones Orchestra
1941 Manuelita Arriola con el conjunto de Juan S. Garrido
November 1946 Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Marion Morgan
1950 Fritzi Scheff
July 1946 Kitty Kallen with Sonny Burke and His Orchestra
October 1952 Hadda Brooks
1947 Betty Hutton with Joe Lilley and His Orchestra
May 1947 Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1946 Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye
October 1945 Claire Carleton
June 1946 Smiley Burnette with The Sunshine Girls
August 1956 Rusty Draper
i 1950 Victor Herbert
1950 Orville Harrold
1946 Isham Jones, Guest Conductor with Ray Miller's Orchestra
1942 The Four Clefs
1951 William Gaxton & Ethel Merman
1942 Kate Smith - Orchestra under Direction of Jack Miller
1951 Les Brown and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Shirley Howard
November 1947 Jack Owens - Eddie Ballantine and His Orchestra
1942 Erskine Butterfield and His Blue Boys
January 1941 Gene Krupa and His Orchestra
August 1951 Chick Endor
December 1950 Doris Day - Orchestra under the Direction of Frank Comstock
1951 Frances Langford with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1946 The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
December 1955 The Orioles - Sid Bass Orch.
1951 (unknown), Edward Nell with The Foursome Quartet
1946 The Pickens Sisters
1948 Bob Atcher
December 1948 Darby and Tarlton
October 1945 Riley Puckett and Bob Nichols (Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett), Gene Austin
March 1949 Bing Crosby, William Bendix and Sir Cedric Hardwicke with Orchestra directed by Victor Young
April 1948 Roy Rogers and The Sons of The Pioneers
October 1945 Shirley Ross, Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kenneth Sargent
September 1955 The Cheers with Les Baxter's Orchestra and Chorus
1948 June Knight
October 1947 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal by Bob Carroll
1946 Judy Garland and Dick Haymes with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
1950 Bing Crosby with Lee Gordon Singers and Sonny Burke and His Orchestra
1950 Emma Trentini and Orville Harrold

Songs written by Vaughn Monroe

Original songs

Releases

Albums

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
You Can't See the Sun While You're Cryin' Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra December 1946 RCA Victor
Wringle Wrangle Vaughn Monroe January 1957 RCA Victor Bluebird Children's Records
Who Told You That Lie? Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra June 1946 RCA Victor
Where or When Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1951 RCA Victor
When the Lights Go On Again (All over the World) Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra July 24, 1942 Victor
Under Your Window Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1941 Bluebird
Two in Love Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra September 1941 Bluebird
This is Worth Fighting For Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra June 19, 1942 Victor
The Very Thought of You Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra November 25, 1944 RCA Victor
The Things We Did Last Summer Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1946 RCA Victor
The Stars Will Remember Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra October 1947 RCA Victor
The Shrine of Saint Cecilia Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1941 Bluebird
There I Go Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra September 6, 1940 Bluebird
The Night Is Young and You're So Beautiful Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra December 1950 RCA Victor
The Love I Long For Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra December 1944 RCA Victor
The Legend of Tiabi Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1948 RCA Victor
The Last Time I Saw Paris Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra January 1941 Bluebird
The Donkey Serenade Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra October 1940 Bluebird
The Battle of New Orleans Vaughn Monroe 1959 RCA Victor
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1 - Racing with the Moon Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Jack Fina, pianist - Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra April 1949 RCA Victor
Tattle-Tale Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1941 Bluebird
Tangerine Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1942 Bluebird
Tallahassee Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1947 RCA Victor
Sound Off (The Duckworth Chant) Vaughn Monroe April 1951 RCA Victor
Sometimes Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra January 1942 Bluebird
Someday Vaughn Monroe 1949 RCA Victor
Somebody Else Is Taking My Place Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1942 Bluebird
Sleepy Lagoon Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra April 1942 Bluebird
Seems Like Old Times Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Vaughn Monroe and The Norton Sisters February 1946 RCA Victor
Say No More Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra May 1947 RCA Victor
Rum and Coca-Cola Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1945 RCA Victor
Riders in the Sky Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra March 1949 RCA Victor
Red Roses for a Blue Lady Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra January 1949 RCA Victor
Racing with the Moon Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra March 7, 1941 Bluebird
Pagliacci - Vesti la giubba Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1941 Bluebird
Our Very Own Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra June 1950 RCA Victor
Old Soldiers Never Die Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra May 1951 RCA Victor
My Own True Love Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra December 1948 RCA Victor
Mule Train Vaughn Monroe October 31, 1949 RCA Victor
Mountain Laurel Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra March 8, 1952 RCA Victor
Moon over Miami Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1945 RCA Victor
Moonglow Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra July 1945 RCA Victor
Mister Sandman Vaughn Monroe with Orchestra June 1954 RCA Victor
Melody Time Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra April 1948 RCA Victor
Me and My Melinda Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra March 1942 Bluebird
Meanderin' Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra October 1951 RCA Victor
Make Believe Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra August 1949 RCA Victor
Love Me a Little Little Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra July 18, 1941 Bluebird
Life Can Be Beautiful Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra November 1946 RCA Victor
Let's Get Lost Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra February 1943 RCA Victor
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra November 1945 RCA Victor
Laura Lee Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra August 1951 RCA Victor
Just the Other Day Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra July 1946 RCA Victor
Just a Blue Serge Suit Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra September 1945 RCA Victor
Jump Back Honey Vaughn Monroe and Sunny Gale October 1952 RCA Victor
It's Dreamtime Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1946 RCA Victor
In the Middle of the House Vaughn Monroe August 1956 RCA Victor
I Don't Want to Walk Without You Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1942 Bluebird
How Soon? (Will I Be Seeing You) Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra November 1947 RCA Victor
Hound Dog Vaughn Monroe 1952 RCA Victor
Don't Go to Strangers Vaughn Monroe with Orchestra and Chorus December 1955 RCA Victor
Busy Doing Nothing Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra March 1949 RCA Victor
Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra September 1955 RCA Victor
Begin the Beguine Vaughn Monroe 1948 RCA Victor
Aren't You Kind of Glad We Did? Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1946 RCA Victor
A Marshmallow World Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra 1950 RCA Victor
All I Need Is You Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra June 1942 Victor