His best-known song, of course, is the immortal "Doodle-de-Do." The song would come to haunt Fleming, because audiences would scream "Doodle-de-Do!" at him whenever he tried to sing anything else.
Here is the original 1939 recording of "Doodle-de-Do."
Another version of "Doodle-de-Do," from Fleming's 1967 Live in Las Vegas album:
This is "Make a Wish Upon a Lovedream," a tender ballad, also from Live in Las Vegas:
"Please Step Down" is a song Amanda Sisk and I wrote for Max Fleming to perform in our 2005 production Burning Bush. Although Fleming wound up not appearing in the show, we did record this demo with him:
"Who is Ralph Piss?" is a song written and recorded by Max Fleming in 2009 for the documentary film of the same title (for more about the film, click here):
"Happy Syphilis Day" was written and recorded by Max Fleming in 2010 for the film New Faces of 1492:
Music Music Music Music Music (The Max Fleming Program)
In 2003, I produced a Max Fleming retrospective for the radio program Music Music Music Music Music. This recording includes interviews with Fleming associates, insights into his life and career, and a few of the original Fleming tracks available here.