Kaye Ballard Store

The estate of Kaye Ballard has made available the following items for purchase. All items are from Kaye’s personal inventory remaining in her home in Rancho Mirage, so quantities may be limited. Proceeds from the sale of these items will go to the Kaye Ballard™ Trust.

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My Life, In My Own Words,
With My Own MOUTH!

4 CD set

Based on her memoir, How I Lost 10 Pounds in 53 Years with Jim Hesselman, Kaye recounts stories from burlesque to vaudeville to big bands and nightclubs, from movies to television to Broadway. Gossipy and upbeat, Kaye shares anecdotes about hanging out at the Actor’s Studio with Marlon Brando...playing Greenwich Village cabarets in the 1950s...performing with Lenny Bruce at the Hungry i...doing live television in the 1950s and The Mothers-in-Law in the 1960s. Meet Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Bette Davis, Barbra Streisand, Doris Day, Judy Garland, Rogers and Hammerstein, Paul Lynde, Jimmy Durante, Bert Lahr, and practically everyone else in showbiz in the last sixty years, through the eyes and distinctive voice of the inimitable Kaye Ballard. Also included are snippets of songs and routines from long out of print recordings.

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$19.95 + shipping, handling, and applicable tax

Autographed Copies!

We now have a very limited number of autographed copies of this set available! Before she took her final bow, Kaye pre-signed a number of the copies with the inscription — on the booklet insert inside the jewel case — “Love, Kaye Ballard”

We are attempting to locate more inventory of the autographed CDs. Please check back at a later date.
We still have the unsigned CDs available.
$29.95 + shipping, handling, and tax

Kaye Ballard Sings
Fanny Brice


The original “Funny Girl,” the legendary Fanny Brice was a theatrical “split-personality” par excellence. She could bring tears to your eyes with hilarious comedy or through sad songs of unrequited love with equal ease. The star of burlesque, the Ziegfeld Follies, vaudeville, musical revues, radio, and film is remembered in this loving tribute album by Kaye Ballard — recorded long before the musical, “Funny Girl” made Barbra Streisand a household name. Kaye’s homage to a great artist is in the form of invocation, not imitation. It is, frankly, unabashedly nostalgic in presentation — a posthumous Valentine to a lady who could convulse you with a dialect sketch, make “baby talk” palatable and strikingly funny, or tear to tatters a torch song.

Tracks on this CD — remastered from the original 1958 LP, “The Fanny Brice Story in Song” — include an Overture, “I’m an Indian,” “Rose of Washington Square,” “Becky is Back at the Ballet,” “When You Know You’re not Forgotten,” “Oh How I Hate that Fellow Nathan,” “My Man,” “The Shiek of Avenue B,” “Song of the Sewing Machine,” “Second Hand Rose,” “Ain’t That the Way,” and “Lovie Joe.”

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We expect to have more in stock soon.
$12.99 + shipping, handling, and applicable tax

Kaye Ballard Sings
Her Favorite Songs


This compilation CD features 15 remastered Kaye Ballard tracks:

  1. Sing My Heart
  2. Mad About The Boy
  3. I Wanna Be Yours (duet with Arthur Siegel)
  4. The Very Thought Of You
  5. Here And Now
  6. If You Leave Paris
  7. We'll Gather Lilacs
  8. Nobody's Heart
  9. I Loved Him - He Didn't Love Me
  10. I'll Remember Him
  11. Maybe This Time
  12. Dialogue
  13. Nana
  14. Magic Time
  15. You Don't Need It

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Jaye + Kaye:
Long Time Friends


Kaye Ballard collaborates with her friend, the sassy, dusky-voiced Jaye P. Morgan.

Jaye P. began as a big band vocalist and had a #1 hit with “Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries” in 1951. Following a string of hits, the song stylist took to TV with appearances on Stop the Music, the Perry Como Show, the Ed Sullivan Show, and even landing her own variety show, The Jaye P. Morgan Show.

In the 1960s, Jaye P. took a break from show biz, but came back swinging in the 1970s having reinvented herself for a whole new generation. This new Jaye P. was hipper, fresher, saucier, sexier, funnier, and definitely crazier; among other things she became a perennial game show panelist, most notably on The Gong Show.

Tracks on this 1995 release include “It Don’t Mean a Thing/Stompin’ at the Savoy,” “Basin Street Blues,” “A Fine Romance,” “If You Leave Paris,” “Hero Song,” “A Nightingale Sang (In Berkley Square),” “You’e All the World to Me,” “Let Me Love You,” “Dr. Lookgood,” “We’ll Gather Lilacs,” “Change Partners” (with additional vocals by Mark Sendroff & Mike Costly), and “My Buddy.”

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$10.99 + shipping, handling, and applicable tax


Items will be shipped from Indiana

Items for sale on this site were in Kaye’s home at the time of her passing. They were collected from her home and shipped to an executor of her estate who resides in Indiana. As shipments arrive in Indiana from Kaye’s home in Rancho Mirage, it is determined which items are able to be sold and those items are listed for sale here on this online store. A few of the same items are also sold on eBay.

Since items arrive in smaller, periodic shipments, we do not know the totality of what items are available. It’s entirely possible, for example, that we may discover in a subsequent shipment autographed versions of items that are already being sold. Some items may go off sale only to return when more inventory of that item is discovered.

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