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Anita Kerr (1927 – 2022) was an American singer, arranger, composer, conductor, pianist, and music producer. She recorded and performed with her vocal harmony groups in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Europe.


  • Voices in Hi-Fi (Decca, 1958) As Anita Kerr Quartet
  • On This Holy Night (Sesac, 1958) As Anita Kerr Quartet
  • The Velvet Voices (Sesac, 1959) As Anita Kerr Quartet
  • Velvet Voices Through The Night (Sesac, 1960) As Anita Kerr Singers
  • For You, For Me, Forevermore (Decca, 1960) As Anita Kerr Quartet
  • From Nashville...The Hit Sound (RCA, 1962) As Anita Kerr Singers
  • The Genius in Harmony (RCA, 1962) As Anita Kerr Singers
  • Love Well Seasoned (Sesac, 1963) As Anita Kerr Singers
  • Tender Words (RCA, 1963) As Anita Kerr Singers
  • We Dig Mancini (RCA, 1965) As Anita Kerr Quartet
  • The Scene Changes (RCA, 1965) As Anita Kerr Quartet with Perry Como
  • Mellow Moods of Love (RCA, 1965) As Anita Kerr Singers
  • Sunday Serenade (RCA, 1966) As Anita Kerr Quartet
  • And Now...the Anita Kerr Orchestra! (Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1966)
  • Slightly Baroque (Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1966)
  • All You Need Is Love (Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1967)
  • Bert Kaempfert Turns Us On (Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1967)
  • Sounds (Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968)
  • Georgia on my Mind (RCA Camden, 1968) As Anita Kerr Singers
  • Touchlove (Dot, 1969)
  • Anita Kerr Presents Les Tres Guitars (Dot, 1969)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Velvet Voices and Bold Brass (DOT 1969)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Spend This Holiday With Me (DOT 1969)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Reflect on the Hits of Burt Bacharach & Hal David (DOT 1969)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers It's Anita Kerr Country (DOT 1970)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Simon & Garfunkel Songbook (Philips 1971)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers We've Got A Groovy Thing Goin' (Philips 1971)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Grow To Know Me (Philips 1971)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers I Sang with Jim Reeves (Philips 1972)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers A Christmas Story: Angel in the Faded Blue Jeans (Ampex 1972)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers My Coloring Book (Philips 1973)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Daytime, Nighttime (Philips 1973)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Sentimental Journey (Philips 1974)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers Round Midnight (Philips 1974)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers (RCA 1975)
  • Gentle as Morning (Word, 1975)
  • Hallelujah Brass (Word, 1975)
  • Hallelujah Guitars! (Word, 1976)
  • Hymns with Kurt Kaiser (Word, 1977)
  • Precious Memories (Word, 1977)
  • The Sound of Warm (Monte Rosa, 1977)
  • Anita Kerr and the French Connection (RCA Victor, 1977)
  • Anita Kerr Performs Wonders (Century, 1979)
  • Together with Harry van Hoof, Pieter van Vollenhoven (Philips, 1979)
  • The Anita Kerr Singers With Love, from Anita (Carlin Music Corporation 1981)
  • In the Soul (Gaia, 1988)

With Rod McKuen & the San Sebastian Strings

  • The Earth (Warner Bros., 1967)
  • The Sea (Warner Bros., 1967)
  • The Sky (Warner Bros., 1968)
  • Home to the Sea (Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1968)
  • For Lovers (Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1969)
  • The Soft Sea (Warner Bros., 1970)
  • Winter (Warner Bros., 1972)
  • Spring (Warner Bros., 1973)
  • With Love (Warner Bros., 1975)

Linking in as of 2022

(Dance with the) Guitar Man, ..."Let Me Sing", A House Is Not a Home (song), A Touch of Velvet (Jim Reeves album), A Tribute to Roy Acuff: The King of Country Music, Alfie (Burt Bacharach song), All Alone Am I (album), All the Way (Brenda Lee album), Ann-Margret, Are You There (with Another Girl), At Seventeen, B. J. Baker, Beautiful music, Bert Kaempfert, Bill Anderson Sings Country Heart Songs, Bill Anderson Sings, Bill Porter (sound engineer), Brenda Lee (album), Brenda, That's All, Chet Atkins discography, Chet Atkins Plays Back Home Hymns, Christmas Story, Christmas with Chet Atkins, Come to the Sunshine: Soft Pop Nuggets from the WEA Vaults, Connie Smith (1965 album), Cotton Candy (album), Cute 'n' Country, Darrell McCall, Diary (Bread song), Dot Records, Dottie West Sings, Early Autumn (song), Eddy Arnold, Emotions (Brenda Lee album), Ernest Tubb discography, Eurovision Song Contest 1985, Forever (The Little Dippers song), From Nashville with Love, From This Pen, Galloping Guitar: The Early Years, Gene Maltais, Gene Merlino, Gentleman Jim (album), George Beverly Shea, Golden Favorites (Ernest Tubb album), Good 'n' Country, Good Times (Willie Nelson album), Grand Ole Opry Favorites, Grandma, What Great Songs You Sang!, Hank Locklin (1962 album), Hank Locklin Sings Eddy Arnold, Hank Locklin Sings Hank Williams, Happy Journey (album), Happy Tiger Records, He'll Have to Go, Hello Darlin' (song), Henry Mancini, Here Comes My Baby (album), Here's Patsy Cline, Here's the Answer, Hi-Fi Set, Honey in the Horn (album), I Can't Stay Mad at You, I Love You Drops, I'm Saving My Love, It Keeps Right On a-Hurtin', It's Such a Pretty World Today (album), Jim Reeves, Jingle Bell Rock, Kai Winding, Limbo (1972 film), List of 1950s musical artists, List of 1960s musical artists, List of cover versions of Vince Guaraldi songs, List of RCA Records artists, List of songs recorded by Dolly Parton, List of songs recorded by Madonna, List of songs recorded by Perry Como, List of Warner Records artists, List of works by Burl Ives, List of years in jazz, Little Dipper (disambiguation), Make the World Go Away, Marty Paich, Millie Kirkham, Modern Country (album), More of Old Golden Throat, Mountain Studios, My Coloring Book, My Prayer, My Special Angel, Nashville sound, Njårdhallen, No One Stands Alone (Don Gibson album), Old Golden Throat, Only the Lonely, Our Man in Nashville, Patsy Cline (1957 EP), Patsy Cline (album), Paul Gilley, Pet Sounds, Ralph D. Foster, Ray Conniff, Ray of Light, RCA Studio B, Red Foley, Remembering Patsy Cline & Jim Reeves, Reminiscing (Chet Atkins and Hank Snow album), Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash, Robin Ward (singer), Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree, Rod McKuen, Session musician, Sincerely, Brenda Lee, Skeeter Davis Sings The End of the World, Snooky Lanson, Still (Bill Anderson album), Sugar Lips (album), Summer Wind, Suppertime (Jimmie Davis song), Sweet Sounds by The Browns, Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985, Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest, Teen Scene, Terry Bradds, That Gibson Boy, That Honey Horn Sound, The Christmas Spirit, The Complete Studio Albums (1983–2008), The Confessions Tour (album), The Dixiebelles, The Early Years 1946–1957, The Ernest Tubb Story, The Essential Chet Atkins, The Nashville A-Team, The Part Where I Cry, The Ron Hicklin Singers, The Story of My Life (Marty Robbins song), The Versatile Burl Ives!, The Ways of Life, This Is...Brenda, This Song Is Just for You, Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray, Touch Me (Willie Nelson song), Travelin' (Chet Atkins album), We Five, What's New Pussycat? (song), Why Don't They Understand, Willingly, WLS (AM), You Don't Know Me (Cindy Walker song)

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