Dinah Shore

Frances Rose Shore

Also known as Dinah Shore With Chorus And Orchestra, Shore
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Discography of Dinah Shore:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 A Friend Of Yours / I Fall In Love Too Easily / I Can't Believe That You're In Live With Me 4 Audio V Disc
2 Dinah Shore 4 Audio 1956 RCA Camden
3 Chantez-Chantez / Honkeytonk-Heart 2 Audio 1957 RCA
4 Fascination / Till 2 Audio 1957 RCA Italiana
5 From The Musical Production "Call Me Madam" 4 Audio 1950 RCA Victor
6 Songs For Sometime Losers 10 Audio 1967 Project 3 Total Sound
7 Keep It A Secret 2 Audio 1953 His Master's Voice
8 Holding Hands At Midnight 12 Audio RCA
9 Holding Hands At Midnight 12 Audio 1989 RCA
10 Sings Cole Porter And Richard Rodgers 10 Audio 1957 Harmony (4)
11 The Best Of Dinah Shore 11 Audio 1981 RCA
12 Blue Canary 4 Audio Victor
13 Holding Hands At Midnight 12 Audio 1980 RCA
14 The End Of A Love Affair / Getting To Know You 2 Audio 1951 RCA Victor
15 Somebody Loves Me / Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out Of Dry / Candy 3 Audio V Disc
16 Blue Canary / Eternally 2 Audio 1953 RCA Victor
17 Who'll Buy My Violets? 4 Audio 1946-08-07 Columbia
18 Anniversary Song 2 Audio Columbia
19 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To / Manhattan Serenade 2 Audio 1942 Victor
20 Dinah, Yes Indeed! 13 Audio Music For Pleasure
21 Shoo-Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy / Here I Go Again 2 Audio 1946 Columbia
22 (It's Gonna Depend On) The Way That The Wind Blows 2 Audio 1946 Columbia
23 I Got Lost In His Arms / Doin' What Comes Natur'lly 2 Audio 1946 Columbia
24 Bouquet Of Blues 12 Audio 1956 RCA Victor
25 Fascination / Till 2 Audio 1957 RCA Victor
26 Bouquet Of Blues 12 Audio 1988 RCA
27 Dearly Beloved 2 Audio 1942 Victor
28 In Gershwin Show Hits 4 Audio 1945 RCA Victor
29 Kokomo, Indiana 2 Audio 1947-06-00 Columbia
30 The Gypsy / Laughing On The Outside 2 Audio 1946 Columbia
31 Dinah Shore Sings The Blues 8 Audio RCA Victor
32 Season's Greetings 4 Audio Capitol Records
33 It Was Written In The Stars 4 Audio 1948 Columbia
34 Button And Bows 2 Audio 1948 Columbia
35 Dinah Sings Some Blues With Red 12 Audio 1985 Capitol Records
36 Dinah, Yes Indeed! 14 Audio 1959 Capitol Records
37 Double Shuffle / Senator From Tennessee 2 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
38 Keep It A Secret/ Bella Musica 4 Audio 1953 His Master's Voice
39 Canadian Capers / It's Better To Conceal Than Reveal 2 Audio 1950 Columbia
40 Love Songs, Sung By Dinah Shore 10 Audio 1958 Harmony (4)
41 My Bel Ami / I'll Close My Eyes 2 Audio 1947-01-06 Columbia
42 Speak A Word Of Love (I Wish, I Wish) / Dear Hearts And Gentle People 2 Audio 1949 Columbia
43 Together / I Learned A Lesson I'll Never Forget 2 Audio Victor
44 Fascination / Till 2 Audio 1957 RCA
45 You'll Always Be The One I Love / (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons 2 Audio 1946 Columbia
46 Ev'rything I Love / Happy In Love 2 Audio Bluebird (3)
47 This Is No Laughing Matter / I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good 2 Audio Bluebird (3)
48 I Look At Heaven (When I Look At You) / I Can't Give You Anything But Love 2 Audio 1942 Bluebird (3)
49 My Man (Mon Homme) / Somebody Loves Me 2 Audio 1940 Bluebird (3)
50 Who's Sorry Now 41 Audio History


American singer, actress, and television personality. She was most popular during the Big Band era of the 1940s and 1950s.

Born : February 29, 1916 // Winchester, TN, United States

Died : February 24, 1994 // Los Angeles, CA, United States

After failing singing auditions for the bands of Benny Goodman and both Jimmy Dorsey and his brother Tommy Dorsey, Shore struck out on her own to become the first singer of her era to achieve huge solo success. She had a string of 80 charted popular hits, lasting from 1940 into the late '50s, and after appearing in a handful of films went on to a four-decade career in American television, starring in her own music and variety shows in the '50s and '60s and hosting two talk shows in the '70s. TV Guide magazine ranked her at #16 on their list of the top fifty television stars of all time. Stylistically, Dinah Shore was compared to two singers who followed her in the mid-to-late '40s and early '50s, Doris Day and Patti Page.


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