- Liner Notes: Mark Marymount
- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2003
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album #1: Columbia Records CL 1138 (1958)
- Original Album #2: Columbia Records CS 8432 (1961)
Description by OLDIES.com:
This compact disc contains two Polly Bergen LPs originally released by Columbia Records in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The first features her and her father, Bill Bergen. The second features selections from Jules Styne's "Do Re Mi" (his follow-up to "Gypsy") and Irving Berlin's "Annie Get Your Gun," and an orchestra under the direction of Luther Henderson.
- 1.Craw Fishin'
- 2.Cool Water
- 3.San Antonio Rose
- 4.Tennessee Waltz
- 5.Maple On The Hill
- 6.Tumbling Tumbleweeds
- 7.Farther Along
- 8.Two Jolly Old Bums
- 9.Molly Darling
- 10.Pop's Smokey Mountain Blues
- 11.Mountain Dew
- 12.There's A Gold Mine In The Sky
- 13.In The Garden
- 14.What's New At The Zoo
- 15.Make Someone Happy
- 16.Cry Like The Wind
- 17.I Know About Love
- 18.Asking For You
- 20.There's No Business Like Show Business
- 21.I Got The Sun In The Morning
- 22.They Say It's Wonderful
- 23.Doin' What Comes Natur'lly
- 24.I Got Lost In His Arms
- 25.My Defenses Are Down
2 LPs on 1 CD: POLLY & HER POP (1958)/DO RE MI-ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (1961).
Originally released on Columbia.
Liner Note Author: Mark Marymont.
Recording information: 02/26/1958-02/23/1961.
A two-for-one collection that brings together two of Polly Bergen's recordings for Columbia. Polly and Her Pop, from 1958, pairs the singer/actress with her father for a country-pop session that's far rootsier than Bergen's normal show tune fare, including versions of "San Antonio Rose," "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and "Tennessee Waltz." Do Re Mi and Annie Get Your Gun, from 1961, finds Bergen treading familiar territory with "There's No Business Like Show Business," "My Defenses Are Down," and "I Got the Sun in the Morning." ~ Wade Kergan