- Nothing Can Stop Me Now!
- Music That Makes Me Dance
- I’ll Only Miss Him When I Think of Him
- Love Conquers All
- Kiss Me
- Pink Taffeta Sample Size 10
- Where Am I Going
- Till There Was You
- Love Affair
- You’ll Never Know
- Come Back to Me
- I’m the Greatest Star
- Some Summer Day
- Doodle Doo Doo
- September Song
- Some People
- There Are Two Sides of Everything
- Sunrise, Sunset
- One More Time
- Le Deluge
Produced and arranged by Don Costa
Orchestras conducted by Richard Marx and Phil Ford
Originally released on Decca Records, 1966 – 1967
Mimi Hines’s enduring career as a singer and a comedienne began August 28, 1958 when she and her partner, Phil Ford, appeared for the first time on The Tonight Show. She sang “Till There Was You,” Jack Paar cried, and Ford and Hines were in instant demand, frequently appearing on that show and many others.
After headlining in all the top nightclubs and showrooms in the country, Hines parlayed her career by replacing Barbra Streisand on Broadway in Funny Girl, running this star vehicle for 18 months on her own star power. Following Funny Girl, she starred in national touring companies of I Do! I Do! and The Prisoner of Second Avenue, as well as star packages of Anything Goes, Never Too Late, The Pajama Game, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, No, No, Nanette, Sugar and many others.
During this period, Hines also recorded two very successful albums for Decca, reissued by Harbinger for the first time on CD.
Hines continues to headline in nightclubs and concert halls throughout the world, most recently at Feinstein’s at the Regency. She appeared with the Los Angeles Pops Orchestra and starred in national tours of Sugar Babies and Nite Club Confidential and, along with such peers as Rosemary Clooney and Eydie Gorme, on a recorded salute to Johnny Mercer titled Mostly Mercer.