Song Makin' Whoopee by Walter Donaldson & Gus Kahn(1928), with lyrics for vocal performance and accompaniment chords for Ukulele, Guitar Banjo etc.

Song Makin' Whoopee by Walter Donaldson & Gus song lyric for vocal performance plus accompaniment chords for Ukulele, Guitar, Banjo etc.

"Makin' Whoopee"  George Olsen & his Music  1928

"Makin' Whoopee" George Olsen his Music 1928

Makin' Whoopee (Propaganda version) German Nazi Propaganda - Charlie and His Orchestra was a Nazi sponsored swing band that reworked popular jazz songs that were then broadcast via radio into major Allied cities. These songs emphasized the inevitable victory of the Germans, the fault of the Jews, and mockery of Allied efforts. Truly a fascinating bit of  history.

This is exemplary for the notorious Charlie recordings from WWII, when the nazi propaganda was trying to subvert the stamina of their enimies.

"Makin' Whoopee" - Additional Lyrics

"Makin' Whoopee" - Additional Lyrics

Makin Whoopee Recording | Smule

Frank Filipetti and Marty Paich; Marc Shaiman and Harry Connick, Jr. Compilation producers: Marc S

♬♪♫  Shirley Horn: "Live" at the Village Vanguard (1961) - 1. Sometimes I'm Happy 2. If I Should Lose You 3. Summertime 4. Good for Nothin' Joe 5. Day In, Day Out 6. 'Round Midnight (Instrumental) 7. He Needs Me 8. Makin' Whoopee ~ YouTube

Sometimes I'm Happy If I Should Lose You Summertime Good for Nothin' Joe Day In, Day Out 'Round Midnight (Instrumental) He Needs Me M.

Paul Whiteman Orchestra & Bing Crosby - Makin` Whoopee 1928

Artist - Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra, Bing Crosby From the Broadway show 'Whoopee' 1928 Making: Edit: - lyrics - Everytime I hear that ma.

Makin' Whoopee feat. Cigarbox Annie - Sydney - Eventfinder

Makin' Whoopee feat. Cigarbox Annie - Sydney - Eventfinder

Michelle Pfeiffer - Makin' Whoopee

Susie Diamond & The Fabulous Baker Boys

Makin' Whoopee (Frank Sinatra - with Lyrics)

From the often rated 'best' of all time Sinatra LPs, Songs for Swinging Lovers from 1956 with Nelson Riddle conducting - here's Frank singing 'I've Got You Under My Skin' - The song would become one of his signature tunes.

When I first heard Dinah Washington, I asked "Who is she? Where has she been all my life"?  That betrays my ignorance more than anything else.       Here Dinah Washington sings what is her best known song 'What A Difference A Day Made' and 'Making Whopee' with the Louis Jordan Band. Louis and our prez Ronald Reagan (!) make the announcements.    One of few videos I could find of Dinah Washington performing.

Dinah Washington singing 'What a Difference a Day Makes' and 'Making Whoopee' with the Louis Jordan Band in The TV segment is announced by Louis and 'Ronnie' Reagan.