Mabel Mercer

February 3, 1900
April 20, 1984
United Kingdom
English-born cabaret singer


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Covers by Mabel Mercer

Title Performer Release date Originally by
July 1955 Mary Jane Walsh, Sunnie O'Dea, Nanette Fabray and ensemble
July 1955 Fred Astaire
May 1960 Frances Mercer and Jack Whiting
1980 Cleo Laine
1956 Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Terry Shand
1969 Judy Collins
February 1953 Jack Buchanan
1980 Jessie Matthews
May 1960 Count Basie and His Orchestra, Bobby Darin
1969 Ethel Merman
1980 Jackie Cain & Roy Kral
July 1955 Nan Wynn
July 1955 Moya Nugent
1980 Muriel Angelus
February 1953 Doris Day - Orchestra under the direction of Frank Comstock
February 1953 Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour and His Orchestra
1969 The Beatles
Hello My Lover Goodbye Mabel Mercer 1974 Unverified
1952 Gertrude Lawrence
Here's to Us Mabel Mercer & Bobby Short 1968 Unverified
1956 Shannon Bolin
July 1955 Patricia Morison
June 1959 Ivy St. Helier
1980 Cab Calloway and The Cabaliers
June 1959 Maurice Chevalier
1969 Mel Tormé
1956 Lena Horne
June 1959 George Givot and Josephine Huston
July 1955 Peter Cookson
July 1955 Ethel Merman & Bob Hope
May 1960 Blossom Dearie
1980 Sydney Chaplin and Judy Holliday
1956 Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orch. - Vocal Refrain by Jimmy Ray
1952 June Knight & Charles Walters
1956 Kaye Ballard
May 1960 George Murphy [US]
1952 Gloria Grafton
July 1955 Jessie Matthews, Sonnie Hale and Ensemble
1969 Vicky, Vicky - Orch. Arno Flor
1956 John Battles
1956 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
June 1959 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Eugenie Baird
May 1960 Jan Clayton
June 1959 Roy Hoyer, Evelyn Herbert, John Lambert, Francetta Malloy, Ruth White, and Girls
July 1955 Dorothy Vernon, Thurston Crane, Grace Hartman, Paul Hartman and Girls
1956 Peter Chambers and Lucette Valsy
June 1959 Noël Coward - Orchestra direction, piano accompaniment and arrangements by Peter Matz
1980 Glynis Johns
July 1955 Patricia Morison
1956 Betty Comden, Nancy Walker, Adolph Green and Cris Alexander
1968 Simon and Garfunkel
1969 Jesse Belvin with Marty Paich and His Orchestra
1952 Margaret Whiting
1969 Dorothy Dickson
June 1959 Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra
February 1953 Lotte Lenya, Inez Matthews
1980 Jerry Orbach
July 1955 Priscilla Gillette & William Redfield
1956 Ronald Graham
July 1955 Derek Williams & Margaret Adams
1980 Edith Piaf, Bob Sands with Orchestra conducted by Bill Loose
July 1955 Barbara Ashley
1953 Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians
1956 Julie Andrews and Cast
1980 Ray McKinley and Some of The Boys
May 1960 Cy Coleman
1956 David Daniels and Gloria Marlowe
May 1960 Frances Langford, Libby Bennett, Ann Miller & Lucille Ball [dubbed by Trudy Erwin]