“Mancini - Mercer”

Guest:  Bobby Burgess

Original Air Date:   November 10, 1973

This week’s Lawrence Welk Show from 1973 salutes songwriters Henry Mancini
and Johnny Mercer. The show unfolds with dancers Bobby and Cissy and the
Orchestra performing “Goody, Goody.” Ken Delo sings “Fools Rush In,” and
the whole cast gets together in the “Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening.”

01 – Goody, Goody - orchestra intro., danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

02 – Days of Wine and Roses - orchestra, featuring guest Henry Mancini on piano

03 – All His Children - Guy Hovis and Ralna English

04 – Dearly Beloved - Norma Zimmer

05 – Jeepers Creepers - danced by Arthur Duncan

06 – Dream - Sandi Griffiths, with Dick, Cissy, Norma, Charlie, Gail, Curt,
                        with Bob Ralston on organ, Buddy Merrill and Neil Levang
                        on guitars, Richard Maloof on bass, and featuring Russ Klein
                        on saxophone

07 – Charade - Myron Floren on accordion

08 – You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby - Larry Hooper and Gail Farrell,
                                                                                both singing and playing piano

09 – That Old Black Magic - orchestra

10 – Dear Heart - Jimmy Roberts

11 – Fools Rush In - Ken Delo

12 – Theme from “Laura” - orchestra

13 – Send a Little Love My Way (from “Oklahoma Crude”) - Norma, Gail,
                                                        Tanya, Sandi, Anacani, Ralna, danced by
                                                        Bobby Burgess, Cissy King, Jack Imel and
                                                        Mary Lou Metzger, with Neil Levang on banjo,
                                                        Myron Floren on accordion and Richard
                                                        Maloof on tuba

14 – Hey, Porter - Clay Hart, also on guitar, with Buddy Merrill and Neil Levang
                                 on electric guitars

15 – Moon River - Joe Feeney, with Bob Ralston on organ

16 – Blues in the Night - Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Bob Havens on trombone,
                                            Johnny Zell - on trumpet, Dick Dale on saxophone
                                            and the rhythm section

17 – Sweetheart Tree - Gail, Mary Lou, Ralna, Sandi, Norma, Ken, Jimmy,
                                          Guy, Joe, danced by Bobby and Cissy, with Henry
                                          Mancini at the player piano

18 – Accentuate the Positive - Anacani and Tanya Falan

19 – In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening - Arthur, Mary Lou, Ken, Cissy,
                                                                                 Bobby, Tanya, Dick, Sandi, Larry,
                                                                                 Anacani, Ralna, Guy, Gail, Norma,
                                                                                 Jimmy, Joe