Joseph J. Lilley

Joseph J. Lilley (August 16, 1913 – January 1, 1971) was an American composer, songwriter and orchestrator. He worked for Paramount Studios from 1943 and was involved in many of the studio's successful musicals. Lilley was nominated at the 32nd Academy Awards for Li'l Abner in Best Musical Score.

Birth and Death Data: Born August 16, 1913 (Providence), Died January 1, 1971 (North Hollywood)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1940 - 1955

Roles Represented in DAHR: leader, composer, arranger

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Recordings

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Victor S-052882 10-in. 11/12/1943 Jingle, jangle, jingle The Midnighters ; Nilo Sérgio Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo composer  
Victor PBS-061961 10-in. 12/8/1941 I said no Lou Bring ; Nan Wynn Female vocal solo, with orchestra arranger  
Victor PBS-072404 10-in. 5/28/1942 Jingle, jangle, jingle Freddy Martin Orchestra ; Clyde Rogers ; Stuart Wade Jazz/dance band, with male vocal duet composer  
Victor BS-075256 10-in. 6/4/1942 Jingle, jangle, jingle Wood-Nymphs ; Barry Wood Male vocal solo, with female vocal quartet and jazz/dance band composer  
Victor D6VB-2073 10-in. 5/19/1946 My fickle eye The Four Hits ; Betty Hutton ; Joe Lilley Orchestra Female vocal solo, with male vocal quartet and jazz/dance band leader  
Victor D6VB-2074 10-in. 5/19/1946 Wherever there's me, there's you The Four Hits ; Betty Hutton ; Joe Lilley Orchestra Female vocal solo, with male vocal quartet and jazz/dance band leader  
Victor D6VB-2091 10-in. 7/7/1946 What did you put in that kiss Betty Hutton ; Joe Lilley Orchestra Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band leader  
Victor D6VB-2092 10-in. 7/7/1946 Walkin' away with my heart Betty Hutton ; Joe Lilley Orchestra Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band leader  
Victor D6VB-2159 10-in. 9/13/1946 Don't tell me that story Betty Hutton Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band leader, composer  
Victor D6VB-3123 10-in. 10/19/1946 It's lovin' time Betty Hutton Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band leader  
Victor D6VB-3124 10-in. 10/19/1946 The more I go out with somebody else Betty Hutton Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band leader  
Victor D7VB-1921 10-in. 10/24/1947 Friendly mountains Don Cornell ; Kaydets ; Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye Male vocal solo, with female vocal group and jazz/dance band composer  
Decca 67901 10-in. 6/14/1940 Stout hearted men Paul Gregory leader  
Decca 67902 10-in. 6/14/1940 Paree Frank Forest leader  
Decca 67903 10-in. 6/14/1940 Softly as in a morning sunrise Frank Forest leader  
Decca 67904 10-in. 6/14/1940 One kiss Vocalist(s) (unidentified; Decca Records) leader  
Decca 67905 10-in. 6/14/1940 Wanting you Frank Forest ; Florence George leader  
Decca 67906 10-in. 6/14/1940 Lover, come back to me! Florence George leader  
Decca 86772 9/9/1954 Blue skies ; Mandy Bing Crosby ; Danny Kaye leader  
Decca 86945 10/19/1954 Mandy Bing Crosby ; Danny Kaye leader  
Decca L 8895 12/27/1955 John Barleycorn Bing Crosby leader  
Decca L 8896 12/27/1955 When you're in love-1 Bing Crosby leader  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Lilley, Joseph J.," accessed July 16, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109340.

Lilley, Joseph J.. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved July 16, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/109340.

"Lilley, Joseph J.." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 16 July 2024.

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