Chocolate Sundae Sundae on a Saturday Night record label A Chocolate Sunday on a Saturday Night (1947). Doris Day had the hit record­ing of "Chocolate Sundae" that year. Civilization record label Civilization (1947). "Civilization" (sub­titled "Bongo Bongo Bongo") was a big hit for Danny Kaye and the Andrews Sisters. Music! Music! Music! record label Music! Music! Music! (1950). Teresa Brewer and the Dixie­land All Stars had a big hit with "Music! Music! Music!" in 1950.
Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy record label Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (1950). The B side of "Music! Music! Music!" and a song forever associated with Red Foley. Dancers in Love record label Dancers in Love (instrumental) (1947). Two Ton was a lifelong admirer--and later good personal friend--of Duke Ellington. This is one of several Ellington compositions that he recorded. The Bicycle Song record label The Bicycle Song (1950)
The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend record label The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (1949). The title song of a Preston Sturges film that starred Betty Grable as the beautiful blonde. Ev'rybody Kissed the Bride record label Ev'rybody Kissed the Bride (1949). A delightfully obscure novelty song. Ellie the Elegant Elephant record label Ellie the Elegant Elephant (1949)
I'm a Bigger Man That You record label I'm a Bigger Man That You (1949). Pairing Two Ton Baker and fellow Mercury recording artist Tiny Hill was a natural, as Hill also specialized in novelty songs--and he was as big as Two Ton! Looey the Local Locomotive record label Looey the Local Locomotive (1949) You Gotta Be a Hero Nowadays record label You Gotta Be a Hero Nowadays, Parts 1 & 2 (1949). Gus the Gopher, played (but uncredited) by the radio and early TV actress Elmira Roessler, starred on two albums with Ton Ton.

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