Top Margaret Whiting Albums
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Sings Rodgers and Hart (with Frank DeVol and His Orchestra)
Sings Rodgers and Hart (with Frank DeVol and His Orchestra)
[2020]
Let's Fall in Love: The Lost Recordings, Vol. 2
Let's Fall in Love: The Lost Recordings, Vol. 2
[2019]
Dream: The Lost Recordings
Dream: The Lost Recordings
[2016]
Margaret Whiting: 1949 - 1956
Margaret Whiting: 1949 - 1956
[2014]
Maggie Isn't Margaret Anymore / Pop Country
Maggie Isn't Margaret Anymore / Pop Country
[2013]
The Noble Margaret Whiting
The Noble Margaret Whiting
[2013]
Sings for the Starry-Eyed
Sings for the Starry-Eyed
[2012]
Collectors' Edition 1942-60
Collectors' Edition 1942-60
[2011]
Margaret Whiting's Great Hits
Margaret Whiting's Great Hits
[2011]
No Other Love
No Other Love
[2010]
Only Love Can Break A Heart
Only Love Can Break A Heart
[2009]
I Get A Kick Out Of You
I Get A Kick Out Of You
[2008]
Past Midnight
Past Midnight
[2008]
Slippin' Around
Slippin' Around
[2006]
Love Songs/Songs For the Starry Eyed
Love Songs/Songs For the Starry Eyed
[2003]
Hello Young Lovers
Hello Young Lovers
[2003]
The Complete Capitol Hits of Margaret Whiting
The Complete Capitol Hits of Margaret Whiting
[1999]
Then and Now
Then and Now
[1991]
Capitol Collectors Series
Capitol Collectors Series
[1990]
The Lady's in Love with You!
The Lady's in Love with You!
[1985]
Come a Little Closer
Come a Little Closer
[1982]
Too Marvelous for Words
Too Marvelous for Words
[1980]
Top Ten Hits
Top Ten Hits
[1963]
Margaret Whiting Sings the Jerome Kern Songbook, Vols. 1 & 2
Margaret Whiting Sings the Jerome Kern Songbook, Vols. 1 & 2
[1960]
Sings the Jerome Kern Song Book
Sings the Jerome Kern Song Book
[1960]
Margaret
Margaret
[1958]
Goin' Places
Goin' Places
[1957]
Great Ladies of Song: Spotlight On Margaret Whiting
Great Ladies of Song: Spotlight On Margaret Whiting
[1955]
Related Information for Margaret Whiting
Margaret Whiting (July 22, 1924-January 10, 2011) was an American traditional pop music singer in the 1940s and 1950s.Her musical talent may have been inherited; her father Richard Whiting, was a famous composer of popular songs. She also had an aunt, Margaret Young, who was also a singer and popular recording artist in the 1920s. In her childhood her singing ability was already noticed, and at the age of only seven she sang for singer-lyricist Johnny Mercer, with whom her father had worked on some popular songs. In 1942, Mercer started Capitol Records with two partners, and signed her as one of their earliest recording artists.Until the mid-1950s, she continued to record for Capitol, but as she ceased to record songs that charted as... read more