January 21, 2017 Playlist

Frank Sinatra “High Hopes” from The Hit Maker

Ella Fitzgerald “Manhattan” from The Rodgers and Hart Songbook

Rosemary Clooney “You Took Advantage Of Me” from The Classic Rosemary Clooney

Vic Damone “The Touch Of Your Lips” from That Towering Feeling!

Nat King Cole “Somewhere Along the Way” from The Greatest Hits

Peggy Lee “Fever” from The Very Thought Of You: A Romantic Crooners Collection

Al Martino “When You’re Mine” from Capitol Collectors Series

Jo Stafford & Gordon MacRae “Wunderbar” from Memory Songs

Lew Sherwood w/ Eddy Duchin & His Orchestra “I’ve Told Every Little Star” from Eddy Duchin – Best of the Big Bands [REQUEST]

Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra “Stay As Sweet As You Are” from Top Hits of the 1930s

Judy Garland and Gene Kelly “When You Wore A Tulip” from The Very Best of Judy Garland

Irene Daye w/ Charlie Spivak (trumpet) & Orchestra “Sweetheart Of All My Dreams” from Great Songs of 1945

Fats Waller and His Rhythm “Fats Waller Stomp” from A Handful of Keys: 1922-1935

Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees “A Little Kiss Each Morning” from Heigh-Ho Everybody, This is Rudy Vallee

Buddy Clark “Peg O My Heart” from The Greatest Crooners

Helen Forrest w/ Harry James & His Orchestra “I Had The Craziest Dream” from Best of Big Bands: Harry James

The Royal Memorial Orchestra “Swingin’ On A Star” from Swingin’ On A Star

Louis Prima “Oh, Marie” from Oh, Marie [REQUEST]

Louis Armstrong & Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five “You Rascal You (Single)” from You Rascal You (Single)

Dean Martin “Pretty Baby” from That’s Amore: The Best of Dean Martin

Johnny Hartman and John Coltrane “Dedicated To You” from John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman

Julie London “It Never Entered My Mind” from Julie Is Her Name

Joe Williams (Orchestra conducted by Ralph Carmichael) “My Coloring Book” from For You

Bing Crosby “Ol’ Buttermilk Sky” from Bing Crosby Treasury: The Songs I Love [REQUEST]

Jack Jones “It’s Impossible” from Hooray For Love: The Great Gentlemen Of Song

Fred Astaire “Night and Day” from Steppin’ Out: Astaire Sings

The Diamonds “Little Darlin’” from Moments To Remember: The Golden Hits of the ’50s and ’60s

Perry Como “Gypsy In My Soul” from Saturday Night With Mr. C

Dinah Washington “Unforgettable” from Uptown Lounge

Tony Bennett “Old Devil Moon” from It’s Tony Bennett

Jack Teagarden “Stars Fell On Alabama” from Father of Jazz Trombone

Mildred Bailey “Concentratin’” from Jazz Infusion – Mildred Bailey

Sam Cooke “A Change Is Gonna Come” from Sam Cooke – Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964

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