Here's an album in my "celebrity vocal" category that I've had for quite awhile but just got around to digitizing. I couldn't find the release year on this one and my celebrity vocals book just says "196?", so that's all I know. There was an earlier 10" version of this album released in 1954 on MGM, but this is a 12" later release on Columbia which was a promotion by Post Cereals. Danny Thomas sings the songs, music is by the Spencer-Hagen Orchestra featuring Walter Popp at the piano, and Danny's TV family (Marjorie Lord, Rusty Hamer, and Angela Cartwright) are all on hand. I never saw "Make Room for Daddy" (the name of the show the first three years) or "The Danny Thomas Show", so I'm not familiar with any of the characters, but I know that Marjorie was "Kathy", Rusty was "Russ", and Angela was "Linda". So, I'm wondering who is the "Terry" that speaks at the beginning of "Daddy's Little Girl" - is it Danny's real-life daughter, Terry? And if it is, then why didn't Marlo participate in this record? Gosh, I hope these questions don't make me lose sleep tonight (because I'm the kind of person that would). Hope you like it!
Side 1: 1. Danny Thomas Theme and My Blue Heaven - has a skip in it 2. Linda's Wedding Day 3. It All Depends on You 4. Daddy's Little Girl 5. But Beautiful 6. When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along
Side 2: 1. Glory of Love 2. September Song 3. My Funny Valentine - has a skip in it 4. You Make Me Feel So Young 5. Violets for Your Furs 6. Scarlet Ribbons 7. Love In A Home