March 30, 2013 Playlist

[1] Moonlight Mood by Skip Nelson and the Modernaires w/ Glenn Miller & His Orchestra from The Great Band Era (1943)

[2] By the Fireside by Al Bowlly from Top Hits of the 1930s

[3] Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) by Billie Holiday from Happy Days Are Here Again!

[4] For Me and My Gal by Judy Garland & Gene Kelly from The Very Best of Judy Garland

[5] A-Tisket, A-Tasket by Ella Fitzgerald from The Early Years

[6] It Happened In Monterey by Rosemary Clooney & Bing Crosby from Fancy Meeting You Here

[7] Blue Moon by Frank Sinatra from Summer Is A Mixtape, Vol. VI

[8] Beyond the Sea by Bobby Darin from Best of Bobby Darin [request]

[9] As Time Goes By by Binnie Hale from Top Hits of the 1930s [request]

[10] I Cover the Waterfront by Artie Shaw from 22 Original Big Band Recordings

[11] I Wish I Were Twins by Fats Waller from A Handful of Keys (1922-1935)

[12] Easter Parade by Henry Hall from Top Hits of the 1930s

[13] That’s My Weakness Now by Bix Beiderbecke from Shaken, Not Stirred

[14] I May Be Wrong (But I Think You’re Wonderful) by Doris Day w/ Harry James & His Orchestra from Satin Dolls: The Women Of Jazz

[15] The More I See You by Dick Haymes from Great Songs of 1945 [request]

[16] Did You Ever Get That Feeling In the Moonlight? by Perry Como from Cocktail Hour

[17] Puttin’ On the Ritz by Fred Astaire from Fred Astaire’s Finest Hour [request]

[18] Meet Me In St. Louis by Judy Garland from Meet Me In St. Louis [request]

[19] Cottontail by Duck Ellington & His Orchestra from Soundies: A Musical History

[20] Inchworm by Danny Kaye from Hans Christian Andersen soundtrack

[21] I’ll See You In My Dreams by Jimmy Durante from As Time Goes By: The Best of Jimmy Durante

[22] Stardust by Nat King Cole from The Greatest of Nat King Cole

[23] Jean by Oliver from Pop Memories of the 60s

[24] Dear Heart by Andy Williams from Dear Heart

[25] Sail Away by Noel Coward from Noel Coward In New York

[26] Cry Me A River by Julie London from Julie Is Her Name

[27] On An Evening In Roma by Dean Martin from The Capitol Years

[28] Ol’ Buttermilk Sky by Bing Crosby from Bing Crosby Treasury: The Songs I Love

[29] Misty by Johnny Mathis from All-Time Greatest Hits

[30] Wait Till You See Her by Vic Damone from That Towering Feeling

[31] Paper Doll by The Mills Brothers from Sentimental Journey: Vol. 2

[32] You Do Something To Me by Frank Sinatra w/ George Siravo and His Orchestra from Cole Porter: The Ultimate Collection

[33] Night and Day by Lew Sherwood from Best of the Big Bands: Eddy Duchin

[34] “Murder,” He Says by Dinah Shore from The Very Best of Dinah Shore

[35] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Guy Mitchell from Great Hits of the Fantastic 50s

BONUS Third Hour!

[36] Mambo Italiano by Rosemary Clooney from Rosie’s Greatest Hits

[37] Worry Bird by Johnny Hartman from The Johnny Hartman Collection (1947-1972)

[38] They All Laughed by Dick Van Dyke from Songs I Like

[39] San Antonio Rose by Patsy Cline from The Essential Patsy Cline

[40] Same Old Saturday Night by Frank Sinatra from Gold

[41] You Don’t Know Me by Jerry Vale from —- [request]

[42] Rum & Coca Cola by The Andrews Sisters from Golden Groups, Golden Memories [request]

[43] Sh-Boom by The Crew Cuts from I.Q. soundtrack

[44] It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing by June Christy from The Best of June Christy

[45] Midnight Sun by Ella Fitzgerald from The Johnny Mercer Songbook

[46] In the Arms of Love by Andy Williams from The Way You Look Tonight: A Romantic Crooners Collection

[47] Love Me Tender by Elvis Presley from Artist of the Century

[48] Krazy Kat by Bix Beiderbecke from —- [request]

[49] Bali Ha’i by Paul Weston’s Orchestra from A String Of Pearls: Great Stars of the ’40s [request]

[50] The Tinkle Song by Ginny Simms & Harry Babbit w/ Kay Kyser & His Orchestra from —-

[51] Speaking Of the Weather by Dick Powell from Lullaby of Broadway

[52] Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball by Count Basie from Freedom: Songs From the Heart Of America

[53] Goo Goo Good Night by Eddie Cantor from If You Knew Susie