Popular & Jazz

Akers, Karen. Just imagine.
DRG 5231.
[Includes "My ship."]

Akers, Karen. Presenting Karen Akers.
Rizzoli 1001.
[Includes "Trouble man."]

Akers, Karen. Unchained melodies.
DRG 5214.
[Includes "Here I'll stay."]

Nicole et Oswald d'Andrea
2 pianos

American Songbook Series: Kurt Weill.
Various performers.
Sony/Smithsonian Collection of Recordings RD 048-17/A 23954.
[Includes 20 of Weill's songs in popular arrangements, mostly from his American works.]

Andrews, Julie. Star! 
20th Century Fox 07822-11009-2.
[Includes "My ship" and "The Saga of Jenny."]

Andrews, Julie.Here I'll Stay: The Words of Alan Jay Lerner.
London Musicians Orchestra, Ian Fraser, cond.
Philips 446 219-2.
[Includes Love life "Here I'll Stay."]

Anirahtak. Das Kurt Weill Programm.
Anirahtak and the Jürgen Sturm Band.
Nabel CD 4638.

Armstrong, Frankie. Let No One Deceive You: Songs of Bertolt Brecht.
With Dave Van Ronk, with Leon Rosselson, guitar and piano, and others.
Flying Fish Records FF 70557.

Armstrong, Louis. Radio Classics of the '50s.
Louis Armstrong and his All-Stars.
CBS CK 45017.
[Includes "Mack the Knife."]

Ben Bagley's Alan Jay Lerner revisited.
Blossom Dearie, Dorothy Loudon, Roddy McDowall, Jerry Orbach, Nancy Walker.
Painted Smiles Records PSCD-141.
[Includes six songs from Love life.]

Ben Bagley's Ira Gershwin revisited.
Charles Rydell, Margaret Whiting and others.
Painted Smiles Records PSCD 135.
[Includes "A Rhyme for Angela" and "If love remains."]

Ben Bagley's Kurt Weill revisited.
Paula Laurence, Ann Miller, John Reardon, Chita Rivera, Arthur Siegel, Jo Sullivan.
Painted Smiles Records PSCD-108.

Ben Bagley's Kurt Weill revisited, vol. II.
Ellen Burstyn, Nell Carter, Blossom Dearie, Tammy Grimes, Estelle Parsons, John Reardon, Arthur Siegel, Jo Sullivan.
Painted Smiles Records PSCD-109.

Bennett, Tony. Unplugged.
With the Ralph Sharon Trio.
Columbia CK 66214.
[Includes "Speak Low."]

Broadway showstoppers.
Kevin Colson and others; London Sinfonietta, John McGlinn, cond.
Broadway Angel 0777 7 54586 2 6.
[Includes "September song."]

Brown, Georgia. Weill and Gershwin.
Pearl SHECD 9617.

Buckley, Betty. The London concert.
Sterling S1010-2.
[Includes "Pirate Jenny" and "Surabaya Johnny."]

Buckley, Betty. An Evening at Carnegie Hall.
Sterling S1012-2.
[Includes "September Song, " "Pirate Jenny," and "My Ship."]

Bunch, John. John Bunch Plays Kurt Weill.
Chiaroscuro RD(D) 144.

Chanticleer. Lost in the Stars.
With Ettore Stratta conducting the London Studio Orchestra.
Teldec 0630-13132-2.
[Includes "Lost in the Stars."]

Chiasson, Warren. Good Vibes for Kurt Weill.
Vibraphone, assisted by jazz musicians.
Audiophile ACD-236. [CD reissue of 1977 LP, with three additional songs.]

Collins, Judy. In my life.
Wea/Elektra Entertainment 74027.
[Includes "Pirate Jenny."]

Crawford, Michael. A Touch of music in the night.
Atlantic 7 82531-2.
[Includes "Speak low."]

Criswell, Kim. The Lorelei.
Angel CDC 7 54802 2.
[Includes "The Sage of Jenny."]

Delishious: Lyrics by Ira Gershwin.
Benjamin Sears, voice; Bradford Connor, piano.
Oakton Recordings ORCD0002.
[Includes "The Saga of Jenny."]

Die Dreigroschenoper
Joachim Kuhn (piano), Daniel Humair (drums), Jean-François Jenny-Clark (bass)
Verve 532498-2
[includes 8 excerpts]

Feinstein, Michael. Live at the Algonquin.
Elektra 9 60743-2.
[Includes "My ship."]

Feinstein, Michael. Over There: Songs of War and Peace, c. 1900-1920.
In English. Armen Guzelimian, piano.
EMI Angel CDC 7 49768 2 (CD).
[Includes "Reiterlied," "Im Volkston," and "Das schöne Kind."

Garland, Judy. 25th Anniversary Retrospective.
Capitol D 104098.
[Includes "It Never Was You."]

Garrett, Lesley. Prima donna.
With the Philharmonic Orchestra, Ivor Bolton, cond.
Silva America SSD 1023.
[Includes "What good would the moon be?"]

Lys Gauty: 1927-1936.
Chansophone 106.
[Includes "Je ne t'aime pas" and "J'attends un navire."]

Gomez, Jill. Jill Gomez in Cabaret Classics.
John Constable, piano.
Unicorn-Kanchana DKP 9055.
[Includes four songs from Marie Galante, "My Ship," "Lonely House," and "It Never Was You."]

Gregg Smith Singers. Songs of Humor and Satire.
Premier PRCD 1030.
[Includes "Ho, Billy, O!"]

Jacques Higelin et Catherine Sauvage chantent Boris Vian.
Disques Jacques Canetti 103172.
[Sauvage sings six songs by Weill.]

The Berlin-New York Project
Jazz meets Kurt Weill and Gershwin 
David Taylor : Tb. ; Daniel Schnyder : Sax. ; Kenny Drew Jr. : Pf. 
Sute from The Threepenny Opera 

Horne, Lena. The Men in My Life.
Three Cherries Records TC 64411.
[Includes "September Song.]

Volume I.
Huston, Walter,["September Song" from Knickerbocker Holiday];
Kaye, Danny, ["Tschaikowsky" from Lady in the Dark];
Lawrence, Gertrude, ["Jenny" from Lady in the Dark;
Martin, Mary, ["Speak Low" from One Touch of Venus].
Volume II.
Sullivan, Brian, ["Lonely House" from Street Scene].
Volume III.
American Musical Theater: Shows, Songs, and Stars.
The Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. CBS RD 036.

Huston, Walter. Original cast: the thirties.
Metropolitan Opera Guild MET 802CD.
[Includes "September song."]

Ildiko, Kishonti. Egy Fursca Lany.
Qualiton SLPM 16711.
[Broadway songs, in Hungarian. Includes "Tangoballade."]

Kaye, Danny, ["Tschaikovsky," from Lady in the dark];
Lawrence, Gertrude, ["The Saga of Jenny" and "My ship" from Lady in the dark];
Martin, Mary, ["I'm a stranger here myself," "Speak low" and "That's him" from One touch of Venus];
Lenya, Lotte, ["Sing me not a ballad" from The Firebrand of Florence].
Original cast: the forties, pt. one.
Metropolitan Opera Guild MET 803CD.

Kaye, Judy. Diva by diva.
Varese Sarabande VSD-5589.
[Includes "Mr. Right."]

Keller, Greta. Greta Keller und ihr Chanson.
Preiser Records 93157.
[Includes "September song," "Bilbao song" and "My ship."]

Krause, Dagmar. Supply & demand: songs by Brecht/Weill & Eisler.
Hannibal/Carthage 1317.

Laura Goes Blue. Laura Goes Weill.
Industrial Jive Records 04-14-92-01.

Lost in Boston II. Judy Kaye, Buddy Crutchfield & others.
Varese Sarabande VSD-5485.
[Includes "Italy in Technicolor," cut from Street Scene.]

Lost in the Stars, The Music of Kurt Weill.
Various rock, jazz, and popular singers.
A&MCD 5104.

Lovett, Lyle. Quiz show: from the original motion picture soundtrack.
Hollywood Records HR-62000-2.
[Includes "Moritat."]

LuPone, Patti. Patti LuPone: Live.
RCA Victor 09026-61797-2.
[Includes five Weill songs.]

Mack the knife and other Berlin Theater songs
The sextet of Orchestra USA
Michael Zwerin
BMG/RCA Victor 74321 59162 2
[Includes 10 Weill songs.]

Marcovicci, Andrea. I'll be seeing you: love songs of World War II.
Cabaret CACD 6001-2.
[Includes "Speak low."]

Met stars on Broadway.
Risë Stevens, Ezio Pinza and others.
Metropolitan Opera Guild MET 204CD.
[Includes "My ship" and "September song."]

Midler, Bette. Bette Midler.
Atlantic 82779.
[Includes "Surabaya Johnny."]

Midler, Bette. Live at last.
Wea/Atlantic 81461.
[Includes "Alabama song."]

Migenes, Julia. Smile.
Erato D 106421.
[Includes "Foolish heart."]

Minnelli, Liza. Liza live from Radio City Music Hall.
Columbia CK 53169.
[Includes "Here I'll stay."]

Minnelli, Liza. Liza Minnelli at Carnegie Hall.
[Includes "Here I'll Stay."]
Telarc CD-85502 (2 CD).

Musinowski, Sara.
Kurt Weill vom Broadway nach Berlin: die amerikanische Theatersongs in deutscher Nachdichtung.
Signum SIG X85-00.

Negri, Roberto. Kurt Weill: Un Pianoforte a Broadway.
Roberto Negri, piano.
RiverrecordsCDR 5405.

Jazz songs
Noga & Quartet
Sony 50616
1. I'm a stranger here myself / 2. My ship / 3. Alabama Song / 4. Ballad of the Nazi Soldier's Wife /
5. Lost in the Stars / 6. Speak low / 7. September Song / 8. Surabaya Johnny 

Odorici Quintet, Piero. With Eddie Henderson. Play Kurt Weill.
Newjazz NLM 0941.

Patinkin, Mandy. Dress casual.
CBS MK 45998.
[Includes "Tschaikovsky."]

Pindakaas Saxophon Quartett. Voyage.
Includes "Kanonensong" and "Youkali."
Fono 2000 FCD 20001.

Saloff, Spider. 1938.
Kopathaetics K-101.
[Includes "September song."]

A salute to American music.
Various performers & members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Conlon, cond.
RCA Victor 09026-61509-2.
[Includes "Ice cream sextet" and "September song."]

Schneider, Helen. Right as the rain.
Tomato R2 72244.
[Includes "My ship."]

Schneider, Helen. Songs of Kurt Weill.
Tomato R2 72198.

Schneider, Helen. A Walk on the Weill Side.
CBS Masterworks MK 45703 (CD); MT 45703 (cassette).

20th Century Blues.
Marianne Faithfull, Paul Trueblood, piano.
RCA Victor 74321 38656 2.

September songs: the music of Kurt Weill.
Various artists, including Betty Carter, Nick Cave, Elvis Costello, Charlie Haden, Lou Reed, Teresa Stratas.
Sony SK 63046.

Love Shouldn't Be Serious: Rosamund Shelley Sings Kurt Weill.
With Christopher Littlewood, piano.
Virtuosi Recordings mmp cd 1010.

Severinsen, Doc. Unforgettably Doc.
With Erich Kunzel & the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.
Telarc CD-80304.
[Includes "Speak low."]

The Sextet of Orchestra USA. Theatre Music of Kurt Weill.
Bluebird 6285-2-RB.
[Jazz arrangements; compact disc reissue.]

Silver, Cameron. Berlin to Babylon.
Entrée ECD 8100.
[Songs of Kurt Weill and Friedrich Hollaender.]

Simone, Nina. Nina Simone in concert.
SAT 780.
[Includes "Pirate Jenny."]

Smith, Jocelyn B. Blue light & nylons.
Blondell JBS 145.
[Includes 7 Weill songs.]

Sullivan, Brian, ["Ain't it awful, the heat" and "Lonely house" from Street scene];
Duncan, Todd ["Lost in the stars" from Lost in the stars];
Matthews, Inez, ["Stay well" from Lost in the stars];
Roane, Frank, ["Cry, the beloved country" from Lost in the stars].
Original cast: the forties, pt.two.
Metropolitan Opera Guild MET 804CD.

Streisand, Barbra. Barbra: Back to Broadway.
Columbia CK 44189.
[Includes "Speak Low."]

Thompson, Barbara. Barbara Song.
With the Medici String Quartet.
Virgin 7243 5 45167 2 6.

Thompson, Darcy. Love is the only thing that matters.
E-6 Records.
[Includes "September song."]

Whyte, Ronny. Walk on the Weill Side.
Featuring Eddie Monteiro, Boots Maleson, Joe Cocuzzo.
Audiophile ACD-289.

Wilson, Julie. Julie Wilson sings the Kurt Weill Songbook.
William Roy, piano.
DRG Records CDSL 5207.

Wilson, Lambert. Musicals.
EMI CDC 7 49792 2.
[Includes "Love song."]

Young Gods. The Young Gods Play Kurt Weill.
Play It Again
Sam Records BIAS 188.

You can't put ketchup on the moon: Broadway flops & roadkills, 1925-1955.
Various performers.
Rialto Recordings SLRR-9201.
[Includes "Love song."]

Zebra. Live Rock: mit Brecht/Weill Songs und Balladen.
Amiga 8 56 245. [Issued by VEB Deutsche Schallplatten, Berlin DDR.]