Hot Moonlight! Karen Lynn Gorney Sings the Music of Jay Gorney. Ms. Gorney, daughter of the composer, sings ten of her father's songs, including five with lyrics by Yip: Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?; Hot Moonlight; Ah, But Is It Love?; Adrift on a Star; What Wouldn't I Do for That Man? Gorney Music, 2003.
The Slightly Irreverent Mitchell Trio, originally released as an LP in 1964, contains several of Yip's humorous poems set to music: An African Song (On That Great Civilized Morning); Yevtushenko?; Less Majeste; For the Man of Extinction; Achtung!; Red, White and Blue Cross; Shall I Write a Letter to My Congressman?; and Back to the … Continue Reading ››
Over the Rainbow: The Great Songs of Yip Harburg. With 30 tracks sung by Lena Horne, Tony Bennett, Maureen McGovern, Tommy Hollis, Judy Garland, Catherine Russell, Groucho Marx, Yip and many others. Coming soon from The Yip Harburg Foundation.
Nancy Stearns: Yip Harburg: With Humor and Hope, 2009. Based on a cabaret show Stearns performed at Don't Tell Mama, in New York City, this CD highlights Harburg's songs of social comment – songs dealing with women's rights, racial equality, the environment, money, power, peace and love. It includes “One Sweet Morning,” an anthem to … Continue Reading ››
In September 2013 Warner Bros. will release 3-D and IMAX theatrical versions in the USA and internationally of The Wizard of Oz as part of a promotion for the film's 75th anniversary in 2014. And on October 1 the company will release a 5-disc DVD set, with new bonus features.