NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR (1964)
Click on any of the following to get a discography of a given Fair attraction:
America, Be Seated!
American Express Pavillion
Billy Graham Pavillion
Carousel Of Progress
Mr. Booth Comes To Town
Les Poupées De Paris
To Broadway With Love
The Wonderful World Of Chemistry
The official World's Fair song was written by Richard Rodgers and was called "Fair Is Fair." Decades later, when STATE FAIR was turned into a stage musical, the music for "Fair Is Fair" found its way into some of the dance music of that show.
Fair Is Fair:
JP-14503 (Wild Bill Davison and the Salt City Six)
2. 45/Victor 47-8323 (The Norman Luboff Choir and Orchestra)
3. 7"/RecKard disc (Pembroke Davenport Singers and Orchestra)
4. Come To The Fair, RCA Camden (S) CAS-812 (The Living Voices conducted by Anita Kerr)
5. Struttin' At The World's Fair, Columbia (S) CS-8994 (The Dukes Of Dixieland) [reissued on The Dukes of Dixieland at Disneyland/Struttin' at the World's Fair, CD/Collectables 7624]
A demo is also known to exist performed by Earl Wrightson.
Kay Swift also contributed an instrumetal number called "Can't Will 'Em All," which was done for a "special production at the Fair."
Can't Win 'Em All:
1. Fine And Dandy: The Music Of Kay Swift, Mark 56 (M) 700 (Kay Swift, piano; Vincent Abato, saxophone; Homer Mensch, bass; Bradley Spinney, percussion)