July 2, 2016 Playlist

Woman on fire crackerRosemary Clooney “In the Cool, Cool, Cool Of the Evening” from The Essential Rosemary Clooney

Jonah Jones with the Jubilee Four, Dick Hyman and the New Disciples of Rhythm “Down By the Riverside” from That Righteous Feelin’

Pearl Bailey “Sweet Georgia Brown” from The One and Only Pearl Bailey Sings

Betty Harris “Sometime” from Soul Queen

Bobby Darin & Johnny Mercer “A Lonesome Polecat” from Two of a Kind

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

Fats Waller “You’re Not the Only Oyster In the Stew” from One Never Knows, Do One?

Lionel Hampton “Haven’t Named It Yet” from Founder Of the Jazz Vibes (1930-1944)

Paula Kelly w/ Al Donahue and His Orchestra “Jeepers Creepers” from Top Hits of the 1930s

Harry Babbitt w/ Kay Kyser and His Orchestra “If I Only Had A Brain” from Best of the Big Bands: Kay Kyser

Judy Garland “The Trolley Song” from The Very Best of Judy Garland

Dean Martin “Memories Are Made Of This” from That’s Amore: The Best of Dean Martin

Nat King Cole “Unforgettable” from The Greatest of Nat King Cole [REQUEST]

Dinah Washington “What A Difference A Day Makes” from Compact Jazz: Dinah Washington [REQUEST]

Ella Fitzgerald “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” from The Intimate Ella

Hoagy Carmichael “Stardust” from Happy Days Are Here Again!

Ethel Waters w/ Studio Orchestra “Miss Otis Regrets” from Cole Porter Centennial Collection

Elvis Presley “An American Trilogy” from Artist Of the Century

Bing Crosby “This Is A Great Country” from This Is Your Land

Perry Como “Tie A Yellow Ribbon” from The Best of Perry Como

Frank Sinatra “You’re A Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith” from This Land Is Your Land

Boston Pops Orchestra (Arthur Fielder, conductor) “Shenandoah” from American Salute

Gene Autry “Home On the Range” from Freedom: Songs From the Heart Of America

Paul Weston & His Orchestra “The Freedom Train” from Freedom: Songs From the Heart of America

Kate Smith “God Bless America” from These Were Our Songs (These Were Our Girls)

Nina Simone “I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free” from Freedom: Songs From the Heart Of America

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

Wayne King & His Orchestra “’Til Reveille” from Remembering the ’40s (1941)

Louis Jordan “G.I. Jive” from These Were Our Songs (These Were the Hits Of World War II)

Duke Ellington “Star Spangled Banner” from Freedom: Songs From the Heart of America [REQUEST]

Hildegarde “Lili Marlene” from Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup [LOCAL]

Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians “The Stars and Stripes forever” from This Land Is Your Land