|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Wild Christmas||8||Audio||1966||Dagonet Records|
|2||Mondo Absurdo Vol. 3: David Jones Vs. Mae West||22||Audio||1992-03-16||TPOS|
|3||Great Balls Of Fire||10||Audio||1972||MGM Records|
|4||The Temperance Lecture / The Day I Drank A Glass Of Water||10||Audio||1973||Amercian Album|
|5||Great Balls Of Fire||10||Audio||1972||MGM Records|
|6||Great Balls Of Fire||10||Audio||1972|
|7||Way Out West||11||Audio||1966||Capitol Records|
|8||Sixteen Sultry Songs Sung By Mae West "Queen Of Sex"||16||Audio||1987||Rosetta Records|
|9||Mae In December||8||Audio||1980||AEI Records|
|10||The Fabulous Mae West||12||Audio||1980||MCA Records|
|11||On The Chase & Sanborn Hour||3||Audio||1981||Radiola|
|12||The Fabulous Mae West||12||Audio||1973||MCA Records|
|13||Am I Too Young / He's Good For Me||2||Audio||Plaza Records (3)|
|14||Shakin' All Over / If You Gotta Go||2||Audio||1966||Tower|
|15||W. C. Fields & Mae West||10||Audio||1967-07-21|
|16||Great Balls Of Fire||2||Audio||1973-03-15||MGM Records|
|17||Great Balls Of Fire||2||Audio||1973-03-15||MGM Records|
|18||Way Out West||11||Audio||1966||Tower|
|19||Hard To Handle / You Gotta Taste All The Fruit||2||Audio||1970-07-00||20th Century Fox Records|
|20||The Fabulous Mae West||12||Audio||1980||MCA Records|
|21||Side By Side||8||Audio||1970||Harmony (4)|
|22||The Original Voice Tracks From Her Greatest Movies||14||Audio||1970||Decca|
|23||Way Out West||11||Audio||1966||Stateside|
|24||Great Balls Of Fire||2||Audio||MGM Records|
|25||The Fabulous Mae West||12||Audio||1956||Decca|
|26||Hard To Handle / You Gotta Taste All The Fruit||2||Audio||1970||20th Century Fox Records|
|27||1933 - 1954||43||Audio||2007||Nocturne|
|28||The Fabulous Mae West||12||Audio||1956||Decca|
|29||Great Balls Of Fire / Rock Around The Clock||2||Audio||1973||MGM Records|
|30||Way Out West||11||Audio||1966||Stateside|
|31||The Fabulous Mae West||12||Audio||2006||Rev-Ola|
|32||Great Balls Of Fire||10||Audio||1972||MGM Records|
|33||Ethel Merman (1932-1935) - Lyda Roberti (1934) - Mae West (1933)||15||Audio||Columbia Special Products|
Mae West (August 17, 1893 – November 22, 1980), born Mary Jane West in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, New York, was an American actress, playwright, screenwriter, and sex symbol.
Famous for her bawdy double entendres, West made a name for herself in vaudeville and on the legitimate stage in New York before moving to Hollywood to become renowned as a comedienne, actress and writer in the motion picture industry.
One of the most controversial stars of her day, West encountered many obstacles including early censorship and sexism. Perhaps her most famous quote is: "Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?"
When her movie career ended, she continued to perform on stage, in Las Vegas, in England, on radio and television, and recorded Rock and Roll albums.
In order to keep her appeal fresh with younger generations, she recorded two Rock and Roll albums, Way Out West and Wild Christmas in the late 1960s. The single "Treat Him Right," from Way Out West, made the album a financial success. She also recorded a number of parody songs including "Santa, Come Up and See Me Sometime," on the album Wild Christmas.
West recorded another album in the 1970s on MGM Records titled Great Balls of Fire, which covered songs by Elvis Presley, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.
Mae West is one of the people to appear on the famous cover of the Beatles' 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. When permission to use her likeness was requested, she refused. "No, I won't be on it. What would I be doing in a lonely hearts club?" In response, the Beatles personally wrote a letter asking her to reconsider. She changed her mind.