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Marian Montgomery

Marian Montgomery
Aliases
Marion Montgomery
Real name
Maud Runnells
Born
November 17, 1934
Died
July 22, 2002
Country
United Kingdom
Comments
Jazz vocalist. Her early career was in the United States, but she moved to the United Kingdom after wedding an Englishman. She initially recorded under the name "Marian" Montgomery, but changed this to "Marion" Montgomery later in her career.
Family
Laurie Holloway Husband

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
1964 (6 artists)
1964 (140 artists)
1972 (4 artists)

Covers by Marian Montgomery

Title Performer Release date Originally by
May 1963 Frank Crumit
May 1963 Missouri Jazz Band - Vocal Chorus Irving Kaufman
May 1963 Jay McShann at the Piano with Singing By Walter Brown
May 1963 Johnny Marvin
May 1963 Billie Holiday
May 1963 Henry Burr
May 1963 Joe Turner and Pete Johnson
May 1963 Art Tatum and His Band - Vocal Chorus by Joe Turner
May 1963 Johnny Mathis with Ray Conniff and His Orchestra
May 1963 Gene Austin
November 1963 Ella Johnson
November 1963 Arthur Collins
November 1963 Oscar Brown, Jr.
November 1963 Little Willie Littlefield
November 1963 Swing & Sway with Sammy Kaye
November 1963 Lil Green
November 1963 Sacha Distel et son ensemble, Sacha Distel, Betty Carter
November 1963 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra
November 1964 Irene Bordoni
November 1964 Clarence Williams' Trio
November 1964 Don Redman and His Orchestra
November 1964 Janet Brace
November 1964 Tony Bennett
November 1964 Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Vocal by Roy Felton
September 1966 (unknown), Anna Meyers and Original Memphis Five
September 1966 Bing Crosby and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
September 1966 Bea Wain with Orchestra
September 1966 Nancy Andrews
Covered by (3 artists)
September 1966 Jack Smith (The Whispering Baritone)
September 1966 Ella Logan
September 1966 Freddie Martin and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain Elmer Feldkamp
September 1966 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra, Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
1972 Gordon Lightfoot
1972 Labi Siffre
1972 John Lennon
1972 Bee Gees
1972 Joe South and The Believers
1972 Carole King
1988 Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra
1988 Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Helen Forrest
1988 Lillian Shade
1988 Ivan Lins, George Benson
1988 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Scrappy Lambert
1988 Jules Bledsoe
1988 Alfred Drake & Joan Roberts
1988 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
1988 Mitzi Green
1988 Willie Nelson
1988 Ray McKinley and Some of the Boys
1993 Campbell and Burr
1993 Ruth Etting
1993 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Scrappy Lambert
1993 Peerless Quartet
1996 Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1996 Ruby Hill with "St. Louis Woman" Choral Group and Orchestra under the direction of Leon Leonardi
1996 Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain and trumpet by "Hot Lips" Page
1996 Henry Mancini and His Orchestra with Chorus
1996 Ruby Hill, Harold Nicholas
1996 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Helen Ward
1996 [Unknown Studio Artists]
1996 The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1996 Woody Herman and His Orchestra
1996 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
1996 Fred Astaire & Rita Hayworth [dubbed by Nan Wynn]
1996 Dean Martin with Orchestra conducted by Dick Stabile
1996 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberly
1996 Dinah Shore with Orchestra
1996 Wynona Carr
1996 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Walter Hunt
1996 Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra
1996 Henry Mancini and His Orchestra and Chorus
1996 Lena Horne with Orchestra conducted by Horace Henderson
1996 Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1996 Don Mayfield and Orchestra
1996 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra, (unknown)
1996 Gene Krupa & His Orchestra
1996 Sammy Davis, Jr.
1996 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
1996 Priscilla Lane
1996 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kenny Sargent
1996 Richard Himber and His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra with Joey Nash
1996 Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake 7
1997 Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1997 Bill Withers
1997 (unknown), Doretta Morrow, Richard Oneto & Chorus
1997 Artie Shaw and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain and trumpet by "Hot Lips" Page
1997 Ginger Rogers and Willie Howard
1997 Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Arthur Hall
1997 Johnny Mercer, Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1997 Freddie Martin and His Orchestra
1997 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra, Woody Herman and His Orchestra
1997 The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1997 Harry Richman
1997 Ruth Etting
1997 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra with Vocal Refrain by Jack Fulton
1997 Harlan Leonard and His Rockets - Vocal Refrain by Myra Taylor
1997 Gladys Swarthout & John Boles
1997 Frank Sinatra
1997 Charley Pride
1997 Ruby Hill
1997 Abbie Mitchell
1997 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra
1997 Adele Astaire & Allen Kearns
1997 Adele Astaire
1997 Lisa Kirk

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Swings for Winners and Losers Marian Montgomery May 1963 Capitol Records
Let There Be Love, Let There Be Swing, Let There Be Marian Montgomery Marian Montgomery November 1963 Capitol Records
Lovin' Is Livin'...and Livin' Is Lovin' Marian Montgomery November 1964 Capitol Records
What's New? Marian Montgomery September 1966 Decca
Marian in the Morning Marian Montgomery 1972 Polydor
I Gotta Right to Sing Marion Montgomery 1988 Ronnie Scott's Jazz House Records
Makin' Whoopee with Marion Montgomery & Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz Marion Montgomery & Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz 1993 Bowstone
For the Love of Mercer - Volume 1 Marion Montgomery with The Laurie Holloway Trio 1996 (self-released)
For the Love of Mercer - Volume 2 Marion Montgomery with The Laurie Holloway Trio 1996 (self-released)
Nice and Easy Marion Montgomery 1997 Ronnie Scott's Jazz House Records
That Lady from Natchez Marion Montgomery 1997 Audiophile

Singles