Gloria Wood Discography
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Gloria Wood Discography

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Gloria Wood sang with Kay Kyser in the 1940s, known chiefly for her vocal on The Woody Woodpecker Song.... later solo on Capitol for a number of sides, other labels. Hey Bellboy was one of most popular.. In the mid 1950's she did an entire LP of romantic ballads for Columbia. In the late 1950s did a record with Rick Nelson and other obscure labels.. Also headed up a choir featured on a Disney record and was a voice in any number of adverts (for instance with Stan Freberg), cartoons and record albums.
Coral 54 9-61396 Lover-Lover (Why Must We Part?)
by Charles Wolcott
cond. George Cates
2:33
Teen-Time
Zephyr 57 70-009 Sabourin Scoundrel Blues
Zephyr 57 70-010 Lullaby in Blue Someday Soon (from film "Bundle of Joy")
Capitol 2471 Hey, Bellboy! Anybody Hurt?
Capitol 2625 Oh, Honey By The Waters of the Minnetoka
Capitol 2426 Hello Sunshine Red Canary
Mastertone 2/3 Rhumba at the Matzo Ball In Brazil It's The Nuts
Columbia 4-41070 Back Door Mr. Sorrow

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