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78 rpm records

All non-promo Capitol singles were released on both 78s and 45s

Baby Mine / When I See An Elephant Fly, Columbia 36460, 1941


Bidin’ My Time, RCA Victor 12332


Blue Moon / I'll Walk Alone / They're Either Too Young Or Too Old, Capitol 15743


Boy! What Love Has Done to Me! /Tonight We Love, Columbia 36414, 1941


But Where Are You / If You Love Me, Brunswick 02166, February 13, 1936


But Where Are You / Please Believe Me, Decca 710A/B, February 13, 1936


Cling to Me / Can't Get Out of This Mood, Capitol 2116, June, 1952


Fascinating Rhythm / Oh, Lady Be Good / Strike Up The Band, etc. Medley, RCA Victor 12336


For Every Man There's A Woman, V-Disc 858-B


For You, For Me, For Evermore / A Garden in the Rain, Majestic 1086, September 1946


Hands Across the Table / Who's Your Little Who-Zis! by Dean Martin, Capitol mx20030


I Believe / With A Song In My Heart, Capitol 1692, July 1954


                  I Believe / Ghost of a Rose, Capitol 2332, January 1953


If You Love Me / It's Great To Be In Love Again, Decca 725A/B, February 13, 1936


I Got Lost in His Arms / Millionaires Don't Whistle, Majestic 1049


I Got Rhythm, Gershwin / Of Thee I Sing, Gershwin, RCA Victor 12332


I Only Have Eyes For You / A New Moon Is Over My Shoulder, Decca 181A/B, September 1934 (I Only Have Eyes For You was the #20 Pop hit of 1934)


I'll Never Be The Same / I Wonder, Capitol 3033, 1954

                  I'll Walk Alone / With A Song In My Heart, Capitol 2044, April 1952
                  (I'll Walk Alone was the #14 Pop hit of 1952) 


                  I Solemnly Swear / Backward, Turn Backward, Capitol 2755


It's All in Your Heart / Wait and See, Capitol, 2708


June Kisses / Under Vesuvian Skies [not a Froman vocal], Victor 22460, June 10, 1930
With Henry Thies and His Orchestra


Lost In A Fog / A New Moon, Brunswick 01902, September 14, 1934


Melancholy Baby / Lost in A Fog, Decca, 180A/B, September 1934


Melancholy Baby / I Only Have Eyes For You, Brunswick 01927, September 14, 1934


Millionaires Don't Whistle / I Got Lost in His Arms, (with Jerry Gray Orchestra,) Majestic 1048, May 1946


                  Musica De Gershwin, RCA Victor, 1A-0008-A&B
                  Oh Gee Oh Joy / 'S Wonderful / Do It Again / Strike Up the Band (part 1)

My Bill / Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man V-disc 668a 1941
with Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra


My Shining Hour / If I Loved You a Mountain, Capitol 2496, June 1953


No! / My Love My Life, Capitol 2219, September 1952


Of Thee I Sing / Lady Be Good /Fascinating Rhythm /Strike Up The Band /Bidin and more, RCA 12332

Medley from Girl Crazy


Please Believe Me / It's Great To Be In Love Again, Brunswick 02174, February 13, 1936

Robe of Calvary / The Sound of Love Capitol, 2639 (or 2693), November 1953


Sharing / My Sweetheart Serenade [not a Froman vocal] RCA Victor 22461, June 10, 1930


Someone To Watch Over Me / Do-Do-Do / Swanee, etc., RCA Victor 12335


Song From Desiree / The Finger Of Suspicion Points At You, Capitol C1424, 1954


Stay Where You Are / Laughing, Capitol 2241 Dj St, October 1952


Tea For Two / An American Medley Part 1, Capitol 15742


The Answer To My Prayer/ Summertime In Venice, Capitol 3164, 1955


The Man I Love, RCA Victor 12333


Tonight We Love / Boy! What Love Has Done To Me, Columbia, 1941


Wait and See / It's All In Your Heart, Capitol 2708, 1952-53


Wish You Were Here / Mine, Capitol Records, July, 1952
This was # 25 on the Pop list for 1952


You, So It's You / Linger In My Arms A Little Longer, Baby (with Jerry Gray Orchestra) Majestic 1049, May 1946

45 rpm singles

American Medley Opening / It's A Good Day, Capitol 15741, 1950


American Medley (Pt. 2) / Tea For Two, Capitol 15742, 1950


Backward,Turn Backward / I Solemnly Swear, Capitol F2755, 1954


Blue Moon / I'll Walk Alone / They're Either Too Young or Too Old, Capitol 6F-15743, 1950


Can't Get Out of This Mood / Cling to Me, Capitol F 2116, 1952


Embraceable You / Get Happy, Capitol 15744, 1950


Finger Of Suspicion Points At You / Song From Desiree, Capitol F2979, 1954


Ghost Of A Rose / I Believe, Capitol F2332, 1953


I Believe / With A Song In My Heart, Capitol 1692 (?), 1951


I Wonder / I'll Never Be The Same, Capitol 3033, 1955


If I Love You A Mountain / My Shining Hour, Capitol 2496, 1953


It's All In Your Heart / Wait And See, Capitol 2708, 1954


It's Great To Be In Love Again / If You Love Me, Decca 91105


Laughing / Stay Where You Are, Capitol 2241, 1952


Melancholy Baby / Lost In A Fog, Decca 11052


Mine / Wish You Were Here, Capitol F 2154, 1952


No! / My Love, My Life, Capitol (2219), 1952


One Little Candle / You'll Never Walk Alone, Capitol 14658


Please Believe Me / But Where Are You, Decca 911054, Reissue, Decca Collectors Classic


Robe of Calvary / The Sound of Love, Capitol F2639, 1953
(reached #28 on Billboard chart; 1953)


Sharing / My Sweetheart Serenade [not a Froman vocal] RCA Victor 22461


Sound Foundation, A / I Wantcha Around, Capitol 3220, 1955


Summertime in Venice / You're the Answer to My Prayer, Capitol F 3164


With a Song in My Heart / I'll Walk Alone, Capitol F 2044, 1952

78 rpm albums

Gershwin Memorial Album, RCA Victor C-29, 1938


With a Song in My Heart, Capitol 7-15741 to 44, 1952
4-10" 78 rpm discs


Gems From Gershwin (5-78s), RCA Victor, July 10, 1938

45 rpm extended-play (EP) albums


                      Faith, Capitol EAP-726

                      Gems From Gershwin, RCA Victor EPBT 3055


Jane Froman Favorites, Capitol EAP 1-429

                      Jane Froman Sings, Capitol EAP 1-600


                      Jane Froman Sings, Royale EP 254


Yours Alone, Capitol EBF 354

                      Jane Froman Songs At Sunset, Part 1 (1956 UK 4-track 7" vinyl EP EAP-1-889)


                      Moonlight and Roses, Royale EP 152

33 rpm long-play (LP) albums

A Right To Sing The Blues, AEI 2105, 1980


But Beautiful, Janey R 400, 1985


                      Faith, Capitol T 726


Gershwin Memorial Album, RCA Victor C-29, 1938
Recorded from the RCA Magic Key Gershwin Memorial Program of July 10, 1938

                      Jane Froman and Orchestra, Royale 18108 [ 10" ]


Jane Froman-The Memorable Radio Years 1934-1950, Star-Tone, ST 220, 1974
Previously unreleased performances 1934 through 1950

Let's Go To Church, Capitol T1042
Gordon Macrae, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jane Froman, Faron Young, Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely


Meet The Girls, Halo 50254 Jane sings "A Garden in the Rain" and "Linger In My Arms"


                      Pal Joey, Capitol W 310, (Australia )


                      Songs At Sunset, Capitol T 889


                      Souvenir Album, Decca DL 6021 10"


Those Wonderful 30s - Stars of Broadway, Nightclubs and Vaudeville, DEA-72, 1968
Jane sings "Boy What Love Has Done To Me"


Those Wonderful Girls of Stage, Screen and Radio, Epic, SN 6059, 1968
Jane sings "Lost In A Fog"


                      With a Song in My Heart, Capitol M 11891, T-309 (soundtrack)


                      Yours Alone: Love Songs By Jane Froman, Capitol H 354 (10")

Compact Disc (CD) Albums


                      Gems From Gershwin: Magic Key Program, RCA Victor 63275


                      Jane Froman on Capitol, (Audio CD) Collector's Choice, Capitol Recordings, April 21, 1998


                      Jane Froman: The Star Through Three Decades (Audio CD), Original Cast Record, 2000


                      My Heart Speaks, Jasmine Music, April 7, 1998


Pal Joey, Capitol, October 25, 1990, (1952 Broadway Cast Recording)


Pal Joey, Broadway Angel D 103147


                      Songs at Sunset / Faith, (with extra tracks) Box Office, January 1, 2000


The Great Girl Singers, Capitol SLB 6962, 1974 ("With A Song In My Heart")


With a Song in My Heart, EMI-Capitol Music, ???


                      With a Song in My Heart, Good Music Record Co. 157924


                      With A Song In My Heart / Yours Alone (Original Recordings, 1930-1952), Box Office, January 1,                       2000


                      With a Song In My Heart (from the 1952 film) / Pal Joey (with 1952 cast members) DRG 19054,                       Remastered. Original Release Date: August 12, 2003


                      Ziegfield Follies of 1934, (Original Cast), 1997

Sheet Music Covers



                      "A Boy and a Girl Were Dancing"


"After All I've Been to You" (WHMC)



                      "Backward, Turn Backward"


                        "City Called Heaven (Population of Two)"


"Cling to Me"


"How Long Has This Been Going On" (WHMC)


                      "I Believe"


"I'll Walk Alone "


"It's All in Your Heart "


"I Wonder"


                      "Just A Little Home For The Old Folks" 1932.


"Little Skipper" (WHMC)


"Lost in a Fog"


"Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland" (WHMC)


                       "More Than You Know" 1929


                      "My Wishing Song" (WHMC)


                       "Number Ten Lullaby Lane"


"Somebody Loses, Somebody Wins" 1932


                      "So Rare"


                       "The House Is Haunted" 1934


                      "The Lamp Is Low"


"Tired" (WHMC)


                      "Where Am I?"

Audio Cassettes

Radio Years, Cassette, Demand Performance, October 10, 1996


                   Capitol Recordings, Cassette, Collector's Choice, April 21, 1998

With gratitude to all the help from Bob Beck, The Online 78rpm Discological Project,
and other sources too numerous to mention.

***Jane Froman fans living in or visiting the Chicago area can listen to any of Jane's studio recordings in the complete collection in the music department on 8th floor of the Chicago Public Library at 400 South State Street.***

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