Recent products featuring Teresa Brewer are listed below. Click on any title for more information.

CD: I Like Christmas: The Complete Holiday Recordings   (DEC 2012)
CD set: Miss Versatility   (AUG 2011)
CD set: Teresa's Treasure Trove   (APR 2011)
Rereleases on CD: Teresa's Vintage Albums!   (JAN 2011)
CD: A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl   (JUN 2008)
CD: Into the Fifties  (Lawrence Welk & His Orchestra)   (MAY 2008)
CD: Most of All  (Don Cornell)   (NOV 2007)
DVD: The Muppet Show Season 2   (JUL 2007)
CD: The Sound Exchange  (Les Brown)   (FEB 2007)
CD: Let Me Go Lover   (AUG 2006)
DVD: Original Amateur Hour   (APR 2006)
DVD: Muppet Show - Complete Series   (SEP 2005)
CD: Let Me Go Lover   (JUL 2005)
CD: Longing For You   (JUN 2005)
CD: Music Music Music   (MAY 2005)
DVD: Sweet Lorraine / Music Clips from the Swing Years   (APR 2005)
CD/.mp3: Bing Crosby "Old Time" Radio Shows   (NOV 2004)
DVD: The Abbott & Costello Show, 1951-1954   (SEP 2004)
DVD: The Very Best of the Ed Sullivan Show Vol. 1   (AUG 2004)
DVD: Sock Hop Rock Rarities Vol. 1   (APR 2004)
CD: The Singles   (JAN 2004)
DVD: Hank Williams: The Man and His Music   (NOV 2003)

If you have information about other products, or particular problems with those listed below, please notify us using the link at the bottom of this page so that we can update the site for other fans.


New Compilation of Teresa's Holiday Offerings:
I Like Christmas: The Complete Holiday Recordings

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes in the product liner notes...  

Music is a prominent feature of the Christmas season and its celebrations, and it takes on many formats and permutations. There are seasonal songs and religious ones. Mythical, traditional and novelty tunes must be included in the mix as well. And this new and unique collection by Teresa Brewer has a sampling of them all.

I Like Christmas includes, in one package, every holiday tune that Teresa recorded over her long career. And, as bonus tracks, we've thrown in some inspirational songs that complement the Christmas ones.

[Click here or visit MUSIC>Teresa's Products>Collections for a complete list of track titles.]

Teresa Brewer wraps the entire Yuletide season up with this collection of beautiful Christmas standards, timeless carols, and celebratory songs that perfectly capture the spirit of the holiday season. It makes you want Christmas to last all year long!

Please review ordering rules & requirements at the My Music Boutique (Arazol Music) Website prior to placing an order to assure that you are acquiring these recordings legally. Direct any questions regarding I Like Christmas, or any of the other CDs being offered by the company to Joan Sprunk.

NOTE: The Teresa Brewer Center has no connection with the My Music Boutique CD remastering services. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

Please note that in order to protect the rights of the artists, Arazol Music customers are required to own a copy of the vinyl record or tape prior to purchasing one of their remastered CD products.

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New 2-CD Set of Vintage Coral Releases:
Miss Versatility

Jasmine Record's new Teresa Brewer offering features nearly all of the songs from her Coral Records releases Heavenly Lover, When Your Lover Has Gone, Songs Everybody Knows, and Teresa Brewer and the Dixieland Band... plus a few other tracks that have not often been featured on CD. It's a 61-song collection on 2 CDs.

For more information, visit the Jasmine Records Website.


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NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Miss Versatility CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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New 4-CD Collection of Rare Recordings:
Teresa's Treasure Trove

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes...  

Teresa Brewer Newsflash: My Music Boutique, based in Arizona (USA,) is now offering for sale a four-CD, 97-song collection of Teresa’s hard-to-find (even impossible-to-find) songs and performances, appropriately entitled Teresa’s Treasure Trove. There are rare live performances, starting with “Darktown Strutters’ Ball”/”Sing, Sing, Sing” from a seven-year-old Teresa on the Major Bowes radio show in the late 1930s. You’ll also find four songs from her 1978 Carnegie Hall concert that were not included in the album released shortly thereafter. And selected appearances on television shows are included as well.

The compilation, in addition, has previously unreleased songs, alternate takes, rare single releases that have never been included in other collections, and tunes which Teresa sang as a guest artist on other musicians’ albums.

You’ll see that Teresa’s Treasure Trove is beautifully packaged as well, with about two dozen stunning photos – half in color – of the lovely Miss Music, pictures that are as rare as the music.

Please review ordering rules & requirements at the My Music Boutique (Arazol Music) Website prior to placing an order to assure that you are acquiring these recordings legally. Direct any questions regarding Teresa’s Treasure Trove, or any of the other CDs being offered by the company to Joan Sprunk.

Happy listening!

NOTE: The Teresa Brewer Center has no connection with the My Music Boutique CD remastering services. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

Please note that in order to protect the rights of the artists, Arazol Music customers are required to own a copy of the vinyl record or tape prior to purchasing one of their remastered CD products.

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New to CD:
More of Teresa's Vintage Albums!

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes...  

So many of you over the years have inquired about releases in compact disc format of Teresa's vinyl albums of the 1950s and '60s -- and even recordings from the 1970s and onward. You have wondered especially when the old Coral and Philips albums will be issued on CD. Well, wonder no more -- have we got good news for you! My Music Boutique in Arizona (USA) is currently offering over 30 of Teresa's out-of-print albums on CD, most of which are available in this format for the very first time.

Through the years, the TBC has probably received more inquiries about Teresa's "At Christmas Time" album than any other -- and we're happy to report that it is now available on CD! In addition, the company has for sale Teresa Brewer CDs such as "Naughty, Naughty, Naughty," "Heavenly Lover," "Teresa Brewer and the Dixieland Band," "Terrific Teresa Brewer," "Moments to Remember," "Golden Hits of 1964"-- and more than 30 others.

Please review ordering rules & requirements at the My Music Boutique (Arazol Music) Website prior to placing an order for remastered CDs to assure that you are acquiring these recordings legally. Direct any questions regarding CDs being offered by the company to Joan Sprunk.


SEE LISTING OF
ALL AVAILABLE CDs

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the My Music Boutique CD releases. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

Please note that in order to protect the rights of the artists, Arazol Music customers are required to own a copy of the vinyl record or tape prior to purchasing one of their remastered CD products.

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A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes...   This wonderful collection includes the following:

-- A good selection of some of Teresa’s mosst popular songs: Teresa had close to 40 songs that made the Billboard charts – some reached the top of charts, others didn’t fare as well, but they still qualified as hits. This set contains some of the big ones, things such as “Music! Music! Music! (Put Another Nickel In),” “A Tear Fell,” “Bo Weevil,” “Empty Arms,” “Mutual Admiration Society,” “You Send Me,” “You’ll Never Get Away” (with Don Cornell), “I Love Mickey,” and “A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl.” And such lesser-ranking chart-makers as “I Gotta Go Get My Baby,” “Crazy With Love,” “Shoot It Again” and “Teardrops in my Heart” are spotlighted as well.

-- The complete 1955 Coral album, Music, Muusic, Music:* Music, Music, Music was Teresa’s first long-playing album and it was filled with a dozen songs that were personal favorites of hers. It included a re-recording of her first big hit, “Music! Music! Music!,” and such staples of her early nightclub and concert act as “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” “There’ll Be Some Changes Made” and “When I Leave the World Behind.” Also among the delightful songs are “Nora Malone,” which made the British music charts in late spring of 1957, and “Where the Black-Eyed Susans Grow.”

-- The London songs: Teresa recorded a tottal of 32 sides for London Records between 1949 and 1951. Twenty-eight of them can be found on previously released Teresa Brewer compact disc compilations. This new set contains the remaining four: “Let’s Have a Party,” “He Can Come Back Anytime He Wants To,” “Counterfeit Kisses” and “Lonesome Gal.”

-- The Teresa Brewer/Don Cornell duets: Inn 1952 and 1953, Teresa recorded four songs with Coral label-mate, Don Cornell. All four tracks – “You’ll Never Get Away,” “The Hookey Song,” “The Glad Song” and “What Happened to the Music” – are included on this new release. “You’ll Never Get Away” reached #17 on the popularity charts and was her second hit for Coral.

-- The Teresa Brewer Christmas extended-play album: Coral released in 1953 a four-song extended-play album of cheerful and infectious Christmas songs by Teresa. They were “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus,” “Ebenezer Scrooge,” “Too Fat for the Chimney” and “I Just Can’t Wait Till Christmas.” All are included in this set.

-- The rare songs: A Sweet Old Fashioned GGirl has many songs that are being released in compact-disc format for the first time. Such long-forgotten gems, among the many found in the new compilation, are “How to Be Very, Very Popular,” “Goodbye, John,” “It’s the Same Old Jazz (Momma!),” “Baby, Be My Toy,” “The Ricky-Tick Song,” “Would I Were” and “Texas Millionaire.”

One last note: Teresa started her recording career in 1949. By the end of 1957, she had recorded 131 songs for London Records and Coral Records. With the release of this wonderful collection, all but four of those songs can now be found on compact discs. [Those four elusive songs are all from Teresa’s Christmas album, At Christmas Time: “(Take A) Step in the Right Direction,” “Mary Make-Believe,” “Lost, a Little Puppy” and “My Christmas Rosary.”]

This double-disc, 62-track CD set of Teresa's early recordings -- A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl -- is from Jasmine Records of Great Britain; catalog number JASCD 485.

Visit Jasmine Records for more product information or NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.


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NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Into the Fifties
Lawrence Welk & His Orchestra

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes...   In the summer of 1956, Teresa recorded two delightful songs with Lawrence Welk & His Orchestra: "Texas Millionaire" and "The Lingering Song."

A double-disc, 50-track CD set of Lawrence Welk favorites -- Lawrence Welk: Into the Fifties -- was released by Jasmine Records of Great Britain; catalog number JASCD 477. This compilation includes both of Teresa's 1956 recordings with the Orchestra -- the first time the songs have been available on CD!

Visit Jasmine Records for more product information or NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Into the Fifties CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Most of All
Don Cornell

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes...   In the early 1950s, Teresa recorded two singles (four sides) with fellow Coral Records artist, Don Cornell: "You'll Never Get Away"/"The Hookey Song" (1952) and "The Glad Song"/"What Happened to the Music" (1953). "You'll Never Get Away" made it to #17 on the Billboard record charts in the summer of 1952 and "The Glad Song" was the follow-up release by the singing partners the following summer.

Jasmine Records of Great Britain has released a double-disc, 57-track CD set by Don Cornell entitled Don Cornell: Most of All. This wonderful compilation includes all four of the songs he recorded with Teresa, plus the many hits that made Don Cornell famous.

Teresa and Don complemented each other beautifully, as a lot of you will remember. Now you can have these four classic duets, plus all the other Don Cornell songs, in the this wonderful Jasmine compilation. Anyone who has ever heard a compact disc issued by Jasmine knows that quality, excellence and wonderful listening are a guarantee!

Visit Jasmine Records for more product information or NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Most of All CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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The Muppet Show Season 2
1977-1978 TV Season

The Muppet Show, produced in the UK in the late 1970s, became one of the top syndicated comedies in TV history. After the success of the Muppets on Sesame Street, Jim Henson and his team created a new group of characters for the TV series -- including Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Scooter, Beauregard, Rowlf the Dog, and The Electric Mayhem. A celebrity guest star was featured on each episode.

This box set from Walt Disney Video contains all episodes of season 2 of the show, plus The Muppets Valentine Day Special, that aired prior to the debut of the series. Teresa guest-stars in episode #46 of season 2, singing "Cotton Fields," "Spinning Wheel" and "Music! Music! Music!" Sketches on Teresa's episode include: Miss Piggy on a diet, Pigs In Space: The Awful Truth, Wild Thing, Gonzo does Shakespeare... and more.

Visit Muppet Central for a complete description of season 2 episodes.

See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with The Muppet Show DVD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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The Sound Exchange
Les Brown and His Band of Renown

This new 2-CD set features a collection of tracks recorded by Les Brown and His Band of Renown for Coral Records in the 1950s. The collection includes vocals by popular singers of the day, including 8 songs with Teresa Brewer. Two of Teresa's songs are available for the first time on CD with this compilation: "I Just Can't Wait Till Christmas" and "Too Fat For the Chimney." Click here or visit MUSIC>Teresa's Products>Collections for titles of Teresa's tracks on the discs.

See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with The Sound Exchange CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Let Me Go Lover
New compilation CD

Not to be confused with the 2005 compilation with the same title, this CD features a selection of 25 of Teresa's recordings from the years 1949 to 1955, including three songs that have never before appeared on CD: "Shoot It Again," "I Don't Want to Be Lonely Tonight" and "How to Be Very, Very Popular." Click here or visit MUSIC>Teresa's Products>Collections for track titles.

At this time, we have only seen it available on eBay. See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Let Me Go Lover CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Original Amateur Hour
Featuring a performance by Teresa at age 7!

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes... "Before American Idol, there was The Original Amateur Hour." So goes the come-on blurb for the recently released DVD which features unknown performers before they became famous. The format for television's The Original Amateur Hour was taken directly from radio days' Major Bowes' Amateur Hour. Major Bowes presided over the weekly parade of mimics, kazoo players and one-man bands with genial good humor. A year and a half after the Major's death, the show was transferred from radio to television, with Ted Mack as its host. Listeners -- and viewers when the show switched to television -- voted for their favorites by telephone or postcard, with the finalists being awarded with scholarships. The television version of the show lasted from 1948 until 1960.

On an evening in November of 1938, little Teresa Brewer appeared on the radio show when it was still being hosted by Major Bowes. There is no film of her performing on the show but this DVD does feature a live audio recording of a seven-year-old Teresa singing "Darktown Strutters' Ball," with a half-dozen or so photos of Teresa as a child being shown during the song. Teresa has always said that she sang as an adult the same way she did as a child. Here is wonderful testimony to that claim!

Also on the DVD are, among others, such "Amateur Hour" alumni as Frank Sinatra, Pat Boone, Connie Francis, Gladys Knight, Beverly Sills, Maria Callas, Ann-Margret and 12-year-old Nick Carter in his pre-Backstreet Boys days. There is film footage of most of these performers when they appeared on the show.

Available from Amazon.com. See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Original Amateur Hour DVD set. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Muppet Show - Complete Series
Teresa is celebrity guest star on one episode of the series!

This DVD box set includes the full 5-year Muppet Show series, including Teresa's appearance in season 2. Click here or visit MUSIC>Radio/TV/Movie Appearances>TV&Video for track titles.

The Muppet Show, produced in the UK in the late 1970s, became one of the top syndicated comedies in TV history. After the success of the Muppets on Sesame Street, Jim Henson and his team created a new group of characters for the comedy show -- including Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Scooter, Beauregard, Rowlf the Dog, and The Electric Mayhem. Each show featured a celebrity guest star, who was typically either a personal friend or favorite of Henson or his manager. The Muppet Show lasted for 5 years / 120 episodes, and this DVD box set includes the complete, unedited series on 20 DVDs. Teresa appears during the second season, Episode 46, in 1977. On Teresa's show, Miss Piggy goes on a diet so she can do a ballet number. Other sketches/songs include: Pigs In Space: The Awful Truth, Wild Thing, Gonzo does Shakespeare while hanging by his nose from a boa, At the Dance, Cheese Cake, Muppet Labs: Nose Warmer, At the Hop, and Spinning Wheel.

Available from Empirical Film. See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Muppet Show DVD box set. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Let Me Go Lover
3 CDs in 3 Months! -- Another new compilation CD

This CD features, once again, a selection of 18 of Teresa's recordings from the years 1949 to 1954. Click here or visit MUSIC>Teresa's Products>Collections for track titles.

Released in the UK by Memory Lane Records. At this time, we have only seen it available on eBay. See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Let Me Go Lover CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Longing For You
Another new compilation CD

This CD reportedly features another selection of 28 of Teresa's recordings from the years 1949 to 1954. Click here or visit MUSIC>Teresa's Products>Collections for track titles.

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes... Another CD of Teresa's early recordings will be released in England soon -- on June 6, as a matter of fact. All songs are all at least 50 years old and this means they are considered Public Domain in England. Therefore, because there is no longer a copyright to them, Teresa unfortunately will not be getting any royalties. It's the fans, though, that will reap the royalties...in spades! Between 1949 and 1954, Teresa recorded 71 sides -- 32 for London and 39 for Coral. With the release of "Teresa Brewer -- Longing for You," all but about a dozen of the songs will have made it on to a commercially-released CD!

Released in the UK by Sepia Records and available from Allegro Music in the USA. Visit Sepia Records for information on distribution to other countries. See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Longing For You CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Music Music Music
A new compilation CD

This CD features 26 of Teresa's early recordings from the years 1949 to 1954. Click here or visit MUSIC>Teresa's Products>Collections for track titles.

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes... I just found out about a new "hits" CD that is being released in England on May 2. It has the usual biggies -- Let Me Go, Lover!, Ricochet, Till I Waltz Again with You, Music! Music! Music!, etc. Exactly half of the 26 songs had some degree of chart activity. Of the songs on the disc, six of them are making it on to a CD for the very first time: Au Revoir, Darktown Strutters Ball, Le Grand Tour de L'Amour, Longing for You, Skinnie Minnie, and Too Young to Tango.

Released in the UK and available from Virgin Megastores and other sources. See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Music Music Music CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Sweet Lorraine: Music Clips from the Swing Years
A collection of vintage musical performances from 1950s film clips.

This DVD has not been previewed by the Teresa Brewer Center. However, it is advertised as including 23 musical performances by various artists from the 1950s, including Teresa singing I've Got the Craziest Feeling.

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes... In 1951, Teresa made at least seven "soundies," and "I've Got the Craziest Feeling" is one of them. In the early days of television, stations at times needed a "filler" to complete their schedules. Without sophisticated equipment and technology in those days, and because of inexperience in general, a 'live' TV show may end earlier than scheduled, and the station could throw on a soundie to complete a segment of entertainment.

The DVD is available from the Venerable Music Company and has been offered on eBay. See MUSIC>Radio/TV/Movie Appearances for other details.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Sweet Lorraine / Swing Years DVD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Bing Crosby "Old Time" Radio Shows
Collections of Bing Crosby radio show recordings from the 1940s and 1950s -- some featuring performances by Teresa -- are now available on CD.

Bing Crosby hosted a series of radio variety shows beginning with Kraft Music Hall in the mid-1930s, and continuing with Philco Radio Time and shows sponsored by Chesterfield cigarettes and General Electric in the 1940s and into the 1950s. Teresa guest-starred on a number of the weekly shows in the early 1950s. The series included appearances by the most popular performers of the era -- Bob Hope, Dinah Shore, Lucille Ball, Phil Silvers, Frank Sinatra, Roy Rogers, Duke Ellington, Judy Garland and many many more.

Collections of these half-hour weekly radio shows are now available on CD. We have not listened to any of the new CDs, but we wanted to get the word out that they have been showing up frequently on the Internet auction sites. The products are typically in .mp3 format, and most of the products appear to contain a large number of the radio shows.

(The .mp3 format can provide over 40 hours of shows on 1 CD, but is not suitable for all CD players. Many newer DVD and portable CD players, your iPod, or your PC will play .mp3s -- but know your equipment before buying.)

The CDs have been regularly offered on eBay.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with The The Bing Crosby "Old Time" Radio CDs. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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The Abbott & Costello Show, 1951-1954
A collection of classic performances from Abbott & Costello's Colgate Comedy Hour

This is a 2-DVD set of 6 episodes from the Colgate Comedy Hour, including Teresa's 1953 appearance in an episode with Hoagie Carmichael. Teresa performs Roll Them Roly Boly Eyes and a medley of Dancin' With Someone and Till I Waltz Again With You. Teresa's episode was previously available on a VHS video collection titled LIVE from the Colgate Comedy Hour, Vol. 2. Other segments include the classic "Who's on First?" routine and guests Les Paul & Mary Ford, The Pied Pipers, Peggy Lee, Victor Borge, and more.

The DVD is available at Amazon.com and has been offered on eBay. See MUSIC>Radio/TV/Movie Appearances for other details.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with The The Abbott & Costello Show DVD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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The Very Best of the Ed Sullivan Show Vol. 1
"Unforgettable Performances"
A collection of classic performances from the 1950s-1970s Ed Sullivan Show

This collection was previously released on VHS video tape in 1991, and is now available on DVD. The DVD includes Teresa performing Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now in a 1956 appearance on the long running variety show.

The DVD is hosted by Carol Burnett, and features a total of 55 performances by the biggest and most famous artists of the era.

The DVD is available at Amazon.com and has been offered on eBay. See MUSIC>Radio/TV/Movie Appearances for other details.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with The Very Best of the Ed Sullivan Show DVD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Sock Hop Rock Rarities Vol. 1
A new compilation DVD of classic music performances

This DVD has not been previewed at the Teresa Brewer Center. However, promotional materials state that it includes 4 vintage music "videos" of Teresa performing Music Music Music, Till I Waltz Again With You, Ricochet, and A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl.

The DVD features a total of 46 performances by other artists of the era, including Bill Haley & The Comets, Frankie Lymon, The Duprees, Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Sam Cooke, The Everly Brothers, The Platters, The Diamonds and more.

The DVD is being offered on eBay. See MUSIC>Radio/TV/Movie Appearances for other details.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with The Sock Hop Rock Rarities DVD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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The Singles
A new compilation CD

This CD features 29 of Teresa's hit singles from the 1950s and early 1960s. Click here or visit MUSIC>Teresa's Products>Collections for track titles.

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes... Needless to say, it's wonderful having these 29 titles all on one disc, especially to have Pickle Up a Doodle on CD for the very first time, anywhere! Teresa had a total of 42 singles on the Billboard "Top 100" lists. Let's hope there'll be a "Teresa Brewer: The Singles, Volume II."

Available from Continental Records Company. See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for additional supplier information.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with The Singles CD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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Hank Williams:
The Man and His Music DVD

This DVD features the 1980 TV special honoring Hank Williams. Teresa appears as a guest on the broadcast.

Fan Club President Bill Munroe writes... This TV special has Teresa singing two of Hank Williams' songs: Your Cheatin' Heart and Honky Tonkin'. During the latter song, some dandy yodeling by Teresa is interspersed midway through. In the finale, Teresa joins the other guests (Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Brenda Lee, Waylon Jennings, Roy Acuff, and others) in the rousing, gospel-tinged song, I Saw the Light. All in all, it's a very entertaining show, made even more so by the appearance of Teresa.

See NEWS>Fan Services>Resources for possible suppliers. Previously released on VHS.

NOTE: Neither the Teresa Brewer Center nor the Teresa Brewer Fan Club are associated with the Hank Williams DVD. This listing is included on the website only as an informational service to website visitors.

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