When you wish upon a star

From the Golden 78, released circa 1954. With Anne Lloyd, The Sandpipers, Mitchell Miller & Orchestra.



Vicky Dale – Are my ears on straight

From the Peter Pan 10″ 78, released circa early 1950s.


Uncle Don’s Nursery Songs

From the Varsity LP, released circa early 1950s.

A1 Mary Had A Little Lamb; Little Bo-Peep; Little Boy Blue; Baa Baa Black Sheep; Humpty Dumpty; Tom, Tom, The Piper’s Son; Jack And Jill
A2 Cock-a-Doodle Doo; Lazy Mary; Hot Cross Buns; To Market, To Market; Pussy Cat, Where Have You Been; Hickory Dickory Dock; Little Jack Horner; Sing A Song Of Sixpence
A3 Jack Sprat; Taffy; One, Two Buckle My Shoe; Diddle Diddle Dumpling; Thirty Days Has September; Nephew Of Mine
A4 Little Polly Flinders; Ride A Cock Horse; Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary; When; Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater; Simple Simon
B1 Little Tommy Tucker; Sneezing; Curly Locks; I Sell Sea Shells; I Saw A Ship A-Sailing; What Are Little Boys Made Of; Wee Willie Winkie
B2 The Frog Went A-Courting; Three Little Kittens
B3 There Was An Old Woman; A Bunch Of Blue Ribbons; Little Robin Red-Breast; Peter Piper; Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum; One Grasshopper Jumped Over The Other Grasshoppers Back
B4 The Green Grass Grew All Around


Tickety tock

Narrated by Knox Manning. Music by Billy May. Story by Warren Foster and Tedd Pierce. This was originally issued on a Capitol 78 circa 1949. I took this off a mid-70s Capitol album of reissues.


Taxi that hurried

From the Golden 78, released circa 1949.


Tawny Scrawny Lion

With Anne Lloyd, Mike Stewart, The Sandpipers, Mitchell Miller & Orchestra. Released circa 1952.


Synchronized Ball Skills

From an LP that teaches ball handling skills for children. From the Educational Activities LP, released in 1986.


Songs that help you learn French

From the Golden LP, released circa 1966.

Includes the songs

“There Was A Little Sailboat”,
“Go Tell Aunt Rhody”,
“I Have Lost The “Do”
“In My Clarinet”,
“Where, Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone”,
“My Brook, He Went A-Warring”
“Now The Sun Has Gone To Sleep”


Show and Tell

From 1964. Written by Joan Lamport and Jackie Reinach. With Ed Powell and Kay Lande. Musical director Jim Timmens.

Includes the tracks

“Let’s Measure Things (Yardsticks)”,
“Months of the Year”,
“Letters of the Alphabet”,
“How to Tell Left and Right”.
“Shapes (The Story of Poor Billy Blob)”,
“How to Tell Time”


Sherry Sue – Mexican Hat Dance

From the Cricket 78, released circa 1956.