Summer by the Shore Lawrence's guest is Jo Ann Greer. Highlights: Row, Row, Row" is performed by: Dick, Natalie, Bobby, Barbara, Steve, Kathy, Jack, Diane and the Orchestra. Dick Cathcart on trumpet, Frank Scott at the organ and the string section perform "Moonlight and Roses". Diane, Kathy & Peggy Lennon sing "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me". "The Way You Look Tonight" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Norma Zimmer sings "It's So Peaceful in the Country". "Tea for Two" is danced by Arthur Duncan. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" is sung by Jimmy Roberts. Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Lawrence and Barbara, then Barbara & Bobby, Charlie & Jo Ann perform "Shall We Dance?" "Strangers in the Night" is sung by guest Jo Ann Greer. Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "Down Among the Sheltering Palms". Joe Feeney with Norma, Kathy, Diane, Natalie, Dick Cathcart, Steve, Jimmy, Dick perform "Born Free". "The King's Horses and the King's Men" is sung by Aladdin and danced by Bobby Burgess, Arthur Duncan, Jack Imel & Barbara Boylan. Natalie Nevins sings "Allegheny Moon". "Melody in F" is played by Charlotte Harris on cello. Aladdin & Bob Lido with Jo Ann Castle & Natalie Nevins perform "Back in Your Own Backyard". Steve Smith with Norma, Dick Cathcart, Charlie, Curt perform "More and More". Mahlon Clark on clarinet with saxophonists Bob Davis, Dick Dale, Russ Klein perform "Rose of Washington Square". A Medley of "Square Dance, Black Bottom, Big Band Swing" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Barbara Boylan. Barbara, Bobby, Arthur, Kathy, Natalie, Jack, Norma, Jimmy, Dick, Joe, Larry, Steve, Diane, Jo Ann Greer join in for the closing song of "Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer".moreless
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