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Soundtrack Credits 

Crazy Rhythm
Written by Irving Caesar, Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn
Unreleased Recording: Les Paul and the Melody Kings (1953)
How High the Moon
Written by Nancy Hamilton and Morgan Lewis
Live: Les Paul and his Trio
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford (1951)
Let the Good Times Roll
Written by Spo-De-Odee and Fleecie Moore
Live: Jon Paris, vocal; Les Paul and his Trio
Ain't That Good News
Written by Sam Cooke
Recording: Les Paul & Friends; Sam Cooke, vocal, with Les Paul and Jeff Beck (2005)
Dream Dust
Written by Eddie Seiler, Guy Wood and Sol Marcus
Recording: Les Paul (1946)
(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66
Written by Bobby Troup
Live: Sonya Hensley, vocal; Les Paul and his Trio
Blue Moon
Written by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers
Live: Tommy Emmanuel, guitar; Les Paul and his Trio
Just Because
Written by Joe Shelton, Sydney Robin and Bob Shelton
Recording: Les Paul (as Rhubarb Red), harmonica & vocal (1937)
Dark Town Strutters' Ball
Music by by Shelton Brooks
Live: John Colianni, piano; Les Paul and his Trio
Kim Marie
Written by Karl Hartwich
Recording: Karl Hartwich (1997)
Clarinet Polka
Written by A. Humpfat
Recording: Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra (1941) (as "The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra")
Moonglow
Music by Will Hudson and Irving Mills and words by Edgar De Lange
Recording: Les Paul (1946)
Hawaiian Paradise
Written by Harry Owens
Recording: Les Paul (1946)
Steel Guitar Rag
Written by Leon McAuliffe
Recording: Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys (as Bob Wills & Texas Playboys) (1936)
You Can't Take the Rattle Out of a Ford
Film short: Otto Gray & his Oklahoma Cowboys (1934)
Chicago Rhythm
Written by Lew Brown
Recording: Earl 'Fatha' Hines (as Earl Hines) (1929)
Chicago
Written by Fred Fisher
Vintage Montage: The DuPont Show of the Week (1961); Blossom Seeley, vocal; Lil Armstrong (as Lil Hardin), piano
Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight
Music by Theo. A. Metz with lyrics by 'Joe Hayden'
Feature film: National Barn Dance (1944)
Everybody Stomp
Written by Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel
Recording: The Hoosier Hotshots (as Hoosier Hot Shots) (1935)
It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing
Music by Duke Ellington, with lyrics by Irving Mills
Performed by Duke Ellington Orchestra
Film short: "Duke Ellington and His Orchestra" (1932)
Art's Blues
Music by Art Tatum
Feature film: The Fabulous Dorseys (1947); Art Tatum, piano (1946)
J'attendrai
Music by Dino Olivieri
Italian lyrics by Nino Rastelli
French lyrics by Louis Poterat
Short film: Django Reinhardt, and Stéphane Grappelli & the Hot Club of France (1938)
Blue Room
Written by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers
Unreleased recording: Les Paul and the Melody Kings (1935)
My Blue Heaven
Written by Walter Donaldson and George Whiting
Unreleased recording: Les Paul and the Melody Kings (1935)
Begin the Beguine
Written by Cole Porter
Live: Les Paul and his Trio
At Sundown
Written by Walter Donaldson
Feature film: The Big Broadcast (1932); Paul Whiteman and Orchestra (1932) (as "The Paul Whiteman Orchestra")
After You've Gone
Written by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton
Recording: Jimmy Atkins, vocal; Les Paul and his Trio (1939)
Goodbye, Lover, Goodbye
Short film: Chesterfield Pleasure Time Broadcast; Jimmy Atkins, vocal, and the Les Paul and his Trio; with Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians (as Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians) (1940)
Smoke Rings
Written by Gene Gifford and Ned Washington
Short film: Chesterfield Pleasure Time Broadcast; Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians (as Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians) (1940)
Cherokee
Written by Ray Noble
Radio recording: Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians (as Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians); Jimmy Atkins,vocal, with the Les Paul and Trio (1940)
Old Man Blues
Written by Duke Ellington
Short film: "Duke Ellington Orchestra" (1930)
Shoo, Shoo, Baby
Written by Phil Moore
Soundie: Carolyn Gray and the Les Paul Trio (1944)
Back Home in Indiana
Written by Ballard MacDonald and James F. Hanley
Radio recording: Les Paul Trio (1944)
It's Been a Long, Long Time
Music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Recording: Bing Crosby and the Les Paul Trio (1945)
Rumors Are Flying
Written by Bennie Benjamin and George David Weiss
Recording: The Andrews Sisters and Les Paul; Vic Schoen Orchestra (1946)
(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66
Written by Bobby Troup
Recording: The King Cole Trio (as Nat King Cole Trio) (1946)
Brazil
Written by Bob Russell and Ary Barroso
Recording: Les Paul (1948)
Lover
Written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
Recording: Les Paul (1948)
Nola
Written by Felix Arndt
Recording: Les Paul (1948)
You Are My Sunshine
Written by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell
Feature film: I'm from Arkansas (1944); vocals, Jimmy Wakely and The Sunshine Girls (1944)
Let's Fall in Love
(recorded c. 1950; released 1991)
Written by Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
Just One More Chance
(1951)
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
Bye Bye Blues
(1952)
Written by Bert Lown, Chauncey Gray, Dave Bennett, and Frederick Hamm
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
Tiger Rag
(1952)
Written by Nick LaRocca, Edwin B. Edwards, Henry Ragas, Tony Sbarbaro, and Larry Shields
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
Mocking Bird Hill
(1951)
Written by Vaughn Horton
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
I Really Don't Want To Know
(1954)
Written by Don Robertson and lyrics by Howard Barnes
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise
(1951)
Lyrics by Gene Lockhart and music by Ernest Seitz
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
Vaya Con Dios
(1953)
Written by Larry Russell, Inez James, and Buddy Pepper
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
I'm Sitting On Top Of The World
(1953)
Written by Ray Henderson, lyrics by Sam Lewis and Joe Young
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford
Rock Around The Clock
Written by Max Freedman and James E. Myers
Recording: Bill Haley and the Comets (as Bill Haley & the Comets) (1954)
Shake, Rattle, and Roll
Written by Charles F. Calhoun
Recording: Elvis Presley (1956)
Take Me In Your Arms and Hold Me
Written by Cindy Walker
Recording: Les Paul & Mary Ford (1952)
Deed I Do
Written by Walter Hirsch and Fred Rose
Recording: Chester & Lester; Chet Atkins & Les Paul (1976)
Avalon
Written by Buddy G. DeSylva, Al Jolson and Vincent Rose
Recording: Chester & Lester; Chet Atkins & Les Paul (1976)
Every Day I Have the Blues
Written by Pinetop Sparks and his brother Milton Sparks or Marion Sparks
Television: B.B. King; Cinemax, Les Paul: The Man Who Changed the Music (1988)
Peggy Sue
Written by Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, and Norman Petty
Television: Toast of the Town (1948) (as The Ed Sullivan Show); Buddy Holly and The Crickets (1957)
I Saw Her Standing There
Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Television: Drop-In TV Show; The Beatles (1963)
You Can't Take It With You Blues
Live: Steve Miller, vocal; Les Paul and his Trio
Alabamy Bound
Written by Ray Henderson , Buddy G. DeSylva and Bud Green
Television: The Les Paul & Mary Ford Show (1955)
Communication Breakdown
Written by John Bonham, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page
Recording: Led Zeppelin (1969)
My Generation
Written by Pete Townshend
Feature documentary: Monterey Pop (1968); The Who (1968)
Don't Worry Baby
Written by Brian Wilson and Roger Christian
Recording: The Beach Boys (1964)
Nature Boy
Written by Eden Ahbez
Live: Steve Miller, vocal; Les Paul and his Trio
Over the Rainbow
Written by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg
Live: Les Paul and his Trio
Sweet Georgia Brown
Musci by Ben Bernie and Maceo Pinkard and lyrics by Kenneth Casey
Live: Les Paul and his Trio
How High The Moon
Written by Nancy Hamilton and Morgan Lewis
Solo Guitar: Les Paul

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