Johnny H. Mercer
When credited with Harold Arlen, please use the joint credit: Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer .
Born 18 November 1909 in Savannah, Georgia, USA and died 25 June 1976 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
He won four Academy Awards for Best Original Song. He was a co-founder of Capitol Records.
Writing & Arrangement
|James Darren||Satin Doll (as Johnny H. Mercer) James Darren - This One's From The Heart (Album)||Concord Jazz||Europe||1999||Sell This Version|
|SOL SC-0008||Hod O'Brien Trio||Laura (as Johnny H. Mercer) Hod O'Brien Trio - Fanfare (CD, Album)||Spice of Life Inc.||SOL SC-0008||Japan||2004||Sell This Version|
|7559-79993-8||Joshua Redman||I'm An Old Cowhand (as Johnny H. Mercer) Joshua Redman - Back East (CD, Album)||Nonesuch||7559-79993-8||Europe||2007||Sell This Version|
|ERR-LP-01||Jimmy Scott||I Remember You - Tribute To Jimmy Scott - Featuring Monica Mancini & Arturo Sandoval (as Johnny H. Mercer) Jimmy Scott - I Go Back Home - A Story About Hoping And Dreaming (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num)||Eden River Records||ERR-LP-01||Germany||2016||Sell This Version|