July 18, 2020 Playlist

A Note from Grandma Cyd

During the June 27, 2020, broadcast of HPZ, I suggested we all pick up the book Me and White Supremacy: A 28-Day Challenge to Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor by Layla F. Saad. The reason I’m recommending this book specifically is because it requires learning, self-reflection, and most importantly, personal action. Learn more here.

Pete Fountain "Plenty Of Pete"Featuring break music from
Plenty Of Pete by Pete Fountain

Lorenzo Fuller, Eddie Sledge and Fred Davis w/ Orchestra conducted by Pembroke Davenport “Too Darn Hot” from Cole Porter: The Ultimate Collection

Ella Fitzgerald “Heat Wave” from The Irving Berlin Songbook

Perry Como “Papa Loves Mambo” from The Best of Perry Como

Louis Prima “Felicia No Capecia” from Heavy Petting Mix

Nancy Wilson “Wave” from Easy

Lena Horne “One For My Baby (And One More For the Road)” from Torch Songs

Engelbert Humperdinck “Walk Through This World With Me” from Release Me

Dean Martin “It Won’t Cool Off” from A Winter Romance

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

The Murmaids “Popsicles and Icicles” from Pop Memories of the ’60s

Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass “Lollipops and Roses” from Whipped Cream & Other Delights

Sammy Kaye and His Swing ‘n’ Sway Orchestra “Friends and Neighbors” from Best Of Big Bands: Sammy Kaye

Nat King Cole “Lazy Days Of Summer” from Unforgettable

Judy Garland “Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart” from The Very Best of Judy Garland

Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra “Sassin’ the Boss” from The Uncollected: Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra (1939-1940)

Helen Forrest w/ Benny Goodman and His Orchestra “Busy As A Bee (I’m Buzz Buzz Buzzin’)” from Benny and Helen: The Original Recordings Of the ’40s

Hank Jones “Heart and Soul” from The Classic Hoagy Carmichael

Frank Sinatra “Nancy” from Sinatra Reprise: The Very Good Years [REQUEST]

Dinah Washington “Dream” from Late Late Show

Johnny Mathis “Chances Are” from A Personal Collection

Pearl Bailey “World Weary” from Gems by Pearl Bailey

Lena Horne “Stormy Weather” from Uptown Lounge

Doris Day “Someday I’ll Find You” from I Have Dreamed

Elsie Carlisle “The Clouds Will Soon Roll By” from Top Hits of the 1930s

Dick Powell “Speaking Of The Weather” from Lullaby Of Broadway

Fats Waller “I’m Growing Fonder Of You” from One Never Knows, Do One?

Jack Teagarden “Ain’tcha Glad?” from Father of Jazz Trombone

Red Nichols & His Orchestra “Say It With Music” from There’s No Business Like Show Business: The Magical Songs of Irving Berlin

Louis Armstrong “A Kiss To Build A Dream On” from All-Time Greatest Hits

Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra “Somethin’ Stupid” from Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 [REQUEST]

Liberace “My Melancholy Baby” from Tenderly [LOCAL]

Pete Fountain “Blue Skies” from Plenty Of Pete