Gisele MacKenzie – Loser's Lullabies. Label: Armed Forces Radio & Television Service Station Library – RL-48-3. Full title appears on labels as 'Gisele MacKENZIE sings of "Loser's Lullabies" With the Al Pellegrini Orchestra'. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): P-8341. Gisele MacKenzie With Al Pellegrini & Orchestra - Sings Of Loser's Lullabies (LP, Album).
Orchestra – The Emil Coleman Orchestra. Vocals – Gisele MacKenzie. the song actually performed is "Everything's Coming Up Roses". Other Versions (5 of 9) View All. Cat.At The Empire Room Of The Waldorf-Astoria (LP, Album).
Arranged By – Al Pellegrini. Conductor – Al Pellegrini. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.Gisele MacKenzie Sings Lullaby And Goodnight From 'Round The World (LP, Album, Mono).
Gisele MacKenzie With Emil Coleman & His Orchestra Conducted By Al Pellegrini. Gisele MacKenzie at The Waldorf-Astoria (LP, Album). World Record International.
Her first four albums - Gisele MacKenzie, Mam'selle Gisele, Christmas With Gisele and Gisele - were released on the Vik label, a division of RCA Records. Hard to Get: The Best of Gisele MacKenzie is an anthology devoted to the songs she recorded while at RCA. Also on the RCA label is a series of children's albums she produced for the Cricket Playhour. In the early '60s, MacKenzie released three albums - Gisele MacKenzie At the Empire Room of the Waldorf Astoria, Gisele MacKenzie Sings Lullaby and Goodnight, and Losers' Lullabies - and later toured the United States. She sang in nightclubs and performed the lead vocals in such musicals as The King and I, South Pacific, Hello Dolly and The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Gisele MacKenzie made a television "comeback" in the 1980s when she made guest appearances on MacGyver and Murder She Wrote.