Mildred Bailey

Mildred Rinker

Also known as Bailey, Mildred Bailey & Ensemble, Mildred Bailey & Her Orchestra, Mildred Bailey & The Treasury Ensemble, Mildred Bailey And Her Oxford Greys, Mildred Baily

Discography of Mildred Bailey:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Which Of The Great Forty-Eight / Just You, Just Me / Like Someone In Love / Love Is The Sweetest Thing 4 Audio V Disc
2 Right As The Rain / Evelina 2 Audio V Disc
3 Mildred Bailey 10 Audio 1973 Archive Of Folk & Jazz Music
4 It Had To Be You 18 Audio 2000 Past Perfect Silver Line
5 All That Glitters Is Not Gold / In Love In Vain 2 Audio 1946 Majestic
6 1944 (The CBS Radio Shows) 18 Audio 1979 Hindsight Records (2)
7 Her Greatest Performances 1929-1946 Volume Three 16 Audio 1962 CBS
8 The Ultimate Jazz Archive - Vocalists 87 Audio 2005 Membran
9 Ev'rything Depends On You / All Too Soon 2 Audio Decca
10 It Had To Be You 39 Audio History
11 Stop The Sun Stop The Moon (My Man's Gone) / Home 2 Audio 1938 Bluebird (3)
12 In Love 16 Audio 1998 Simitar
13 All Of Me 16 Audio 1972 Ember Records
14 The Majestic Mildred Bailey 17 Audio 1985 Savoy Jazz
15 At Sundown - Mildred Bailey Sings 14 Audio 1955 Halo
16 Sometimes I'm Happy 2 Audio Decca
17 Don't Worry 'Bout Strangers / Born To Be Blue 2 Audio Majestic
18 Barrel-House Music 2 Audio Parlophone
19 The Paul Whiteman Years 17 Audio 1984 Tono Records
20 The Great Ladies On V-Disc Vol. 2 13 Audio 1979 Dan
21 1944 (The CBS Radio Shows) 18 Audio 1979 Hindsight Records (2)
22 Greatest Performances 16 Audio 1989 CBS
23 A Portrait Of Mildred Bailey 1934-1940 16 Audio 1979 CBS/Sony
24 At Sundown / Lover, Come Back To Me 2 Audio Majestic
25 All Of Me 16 Audio 1972 Monmouth Evergreen
26 Me And The Blues 10 Audio 1992-09-00 Savoy Jazz
27 Mrs. Swing 104 Audio 2003 Proper Records Ltd.
28 Me And The Blues 15 Audio 2000
29 Down The Old Ox Road / Soon / Summertime / From The Land Of The Sky Blue Water 4 Audio V Disc
30 Mildred Bailey Sings 9 Audio 1951 Royale
31 The Rockin' Chair Lady, (Eight Of Her Greatest Performances) 8 Audio 1951 Decca


Mildred Bailey (born as Mildred Rinker, February 27, 1907 in Tekoa, Washington, USA - died December 12, 1951 in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA) was an American singer and band leader. She started her career 1929 in the orchestra of [a=Paul Whiteman] where she met her later husband [a=Red Norvo].


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