38096 There Ought to Be a Society w.Sy Schaeffer/ They Can't Make a Lady Out of Me (both rec.12/12/47)
38223 Put the Blame on Mame / Just a Shade on the Blue Side (both 12/12/47)
38385 A Little Bird Told Me / If That Isn't Love What Is? both w. Jerry Wayne (both 12/7/48)
38387 I Got Lucky in the Rain / You Say the Nicest Things Baby both w. Jerry Wayne (both 12/7/48)
38448 I Didn't Know the Gun Was Loaded / Anything Can Happen When You're Lonesome both w. The Mariners (both 3/1/49)
1048 Some Enchanted Evening / Wonderful Guy (both 6/16/49) Harmony label
1084 Merry Christmas Polka / You're All I Want for Christmas (both 10/10/49) Harmony label
38677 Poison Ivy / I Don't Know Whether to Laugh or Cry Over You both w. The Mariners (both 12/1/49)
38726 If I Had You on a Desert Island w. Arthur Godfrey< Davis on 1 side only > (2/2/50)
38815 Darn It Baby, That's Love w. Arthur Godfrey/ Cross Your Heart (both 4/11/50)
38890 Have You Ever Been Lonely? w. Bill Lawrence (5/7/50) / Charms of the City w. The Mariners (4/11/50)
38894 I Like That / I'm Bashful both w. Arthur Godfrey (both 6/11/50)
39025 Li'l Ol' You / Longing both w. Bill Lawrence (both 9/21/50)
39076 Lovin' You Continu'ly Blues / Long Before I Knew You w. The Mariners (both 11/5/50)
39326 Maggie Blues w. Arthur Godfrey/ Love and Devotion (both 3/18/51)
39488 Sweet Violets w. Haleloke/ My Darling Man w. Arthur Godfrey (both 6/24/51)
39537 You / Mad About Him, Sad About Him, How Can I Be Glad Without Him Blues (both 8/2/51)
39593 I've Got My Washing to Do / I Swallowed the Gum, Ma w.Sy Schaeffer(both 8/2/51)
38689 Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now / Hold the Phone (both 2/7/52)
39593 I Love Him So Much I Could Scream / Exactly Like You w. Arthur Godfrey (4/26/54)
40183 Moon, June, Spoon w. Arthur Godfrey< Davis on 1 side only > (10/1/53)
40251 After You've Gone w. w. Arthur Godfrey< Davis on 1 side only > (5/10/54)
-- Hold Me / I'm Sitting Pretty (both 5/10/54) unreleased
Albums (only songs performed by Janette are listed)
ROMEO LOVES JULIET (Rainbow #DM-310 - 1947) w. Marshall Young, Larry Clinton Orch.
You've Heard This Story Before w. Marshall Young
Coffee, Cokes & Cigarettes
Questions w. Marshall Young
A Little Doodad
Walk Before You Run w. Marshall Young
JANETTE DAVIS SINGS POPULAR SONGS OF THE SOUTH (Royale #VLP-6076) w. Ralph Flanagan Orch.
Down Yonder in New Orleans
Getting Sentimental Over You
Stars Fell on Alabama
I Don't Care
Georgia on My Mind
Moon Over Miami
Crying for the Carolines
I'm Coming Virginia
ARTHUR GODFREY'S TV CALENDAR SHOW (Columbia #GL-521 - 1953)
Give a Cheer
Everything That's Yours is Mine w. Julius LaRosa
CHRISTMASwith ARTHUR GODFREY AND ALL THE LITTLE GODFREYS (Columbia #CL-540 - 1953)
White Christmas w. Arthur Godfrey, cast
A VISIT TO NEW YORKwith ARTHUR GODFREY & ALL THE LITTLE GODFREYS (Columbia #CL-653 - 1955)
Lullaby of Broadway
EP 45' album
JANETTE DAVIS(Columbia #B-1858 - 1954)
Some Enchanted Evening
Moon June Spoon w. Arthur Godfrey
Hold the Phone
Janette's Songs on Commercial CD Compilation Albums
JANETTE DAVIS SHOW& PERRY COMO SUPPER CLUB 2 Radio Shows (Redmond Nostalgia CD - Issued 2004)
from: "The Janette Davis Show" (1947):
Theme; I'll Get By
On the Sunny Side of the Street
I Never Loved Anyone
It's Easy to Remember
Put the Blame on Mame.
from "The Perry Como Show" (1948):
There Ought to Be a Society
THE EDDY DUCHIN SHOWAFRS Radio Airchecks (Redmond Nostalgia CD #1092) 4 Complete Duchin Shows
Deed I Do
ARTHUR GODFREY: THE OLD REDHEADColumbia records (Sony CD #CCM1772 - Issued 2000)
Exactly Like You (duet w. Godfrey)
ARTHUR GODFREY & HIS FRIENDSColumbia records (Jasmine Double-CD #JASCD146 - Issued 2007)
Love & Devotion
When You & I Were Young Maggie Blues (duet w. Godfrey)
Charms of the City (duet w. the Mariners)
Longing and Have You Ever Been Lonely? (2 duets w. Bill Lawrence)
GIRLS ALLOWED:Female Vocalists of the 50's (Jasmine Double-CD #JASCD524 - Issued 2010)
A Wonderful Guy
Some Enchanted Evening
Her Radio Commercial
Not sure this qualifies for the Discography page, but what the
hell. From the late 1940s and well into the mid-1950s, those of us
who are, as they say, "a certain age" couldn't avoid hearing an
endlessly repeated Carolina Rice radio commercial. It was sung by an
anonymous young lady with a soft Southern drawl. Unbeknownst to
listeners, the singer was Janette Davis.
"Nothin' could be finah than a box of Carolinah Rice / So nice
Caroliiiiiiii-na, the extra long grain rice.
Ah come from Carolina so pahdon my drawl.
I'm heah to mention long-grain rice to y'all.
lt makes right fancy eat'n, it's tasty and so nice,
For quawlity and nourishment it's Carolinah Rice.
Theah's three ways to serve rice to make it worthwhile,
Pressure-cooked, Suthern or Oriental style.
Serve it in a dozen ways, take mah advice,
Nothin's e-co-no-mi-cal as Carolinah Rice.
Caroliiiiiiii-nah, the extra long-grain Rice."