“Broadway Musicals”

Guest:  Norma Zimmer

Original Air Date:    November 27, 1971

It’s a champagne toast to Broadway! This show features the great songs from
“Sound of Music” and “My Fair Lady” and also presents Sandi and Sally
making-up as clowns for “Put On a Happy Face.” Guy Hovis and Ralna English
sing “People Will Say We're in Love,” Bobby and Cissy do a spectacular dance
number to “Dancing In the Dark,” and Tanya sings “Birth Of the Blues”
accompanied by some of the finest jazz artists in the business. The whole
group, led by Bobby and Cissy, winds things up with an energetic version of
“Black Bottom.”

01 - Medley of songs from "The Sound of Music" - orchestra

02 - I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face - Ken Delo

03 - Dancing in the Dark - danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King

04 - My Romance - Jimmy Roberts

05 - With a Little Bit of Luck - Myron Floren on accordion

06 - People Will Say We're in Love - Guy Hovis & Ralna English

07 - If I Loved You - Charlotte Harris on cello, Buddy Merrill on guitar,
                                    violinists Bob Lido, Joe Livoti, Harry Hyams on viola

08 - Put on a Happy Face - Sandi Griffiths & Salli Flynn

09 - Getting to Know You - orchestra

10 - How Are Things in Glocca Morra? - Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston on celesta

11 - You'll Never Walk Alone - Norma Zimmer

12 - This Can't Be Love - orchestra

13 - If Ever I Would Leave You - Bob Ralston at the organ

14 - Try to Remember - Clay Hart, also on guitar

15 - Are You Having Any Fun? - orchestra intro., Ralna, Gail, Norma, Mary Lou,
                                                         Salli, Sandi, Cissy, Dick, Joe, Jimmy, Ken, Guy,
                                                         Bobby, Arthur

16 - This Is My Lucky Day - danced by Arthur Duncan, sung by above chorus

17 - Birth of the Blues - Tanya Falan with Neil Levang on guitar, Bob Havens
                                           on trombone, Bob Smale on piano, and Peanuts Hucko
                                           on clarinet

18 - Black Bottom - sung and danced by Bobby Burgess, Cissy King, Jack Imel,
                                    Mary Lou Metzger, Arthur Duncan, Gail Farrell and sung
                                    by above chorus

19 - Adios, Au Revoir, Auf Wiedersehn - cast