May 6, 2017 Playlist

The Three Suns - Love In the AfternoonFeaturing break music from
Love In the Afternoon
by the Three Suns

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

Peggy Lee and George Shearing “Always True To You In My Fashion” from Original Jazz, Vol. 2

Fred Waring and His Orchestra “Holiday For Strings” from A String Of Pearls – Great Songs Of the 40s

Frankie Laine “Georgia On My Mind” from That’s My Desire

Sammy Davis, Jr. and Carmen McRae “They Didn’t Believe Me” from Boy Meets Girl: Sammy Davis Jr. and Carmen McRae on Decca

Artie Shaw and His Orchestra “Special Delivery Stomp” from The Artie Shaw Story: Frenesi

Lionel Hampton “Stompology” from Founder Of the Jazz Vibes: 1930-1944

Ella Fitzgerald w/ Benny Goodman & His Orchestra “Did You Mean it?” from The Birth of Swing (1935-1936)

Ray Eberle w/ Glenn Miller & His Orchestra “Polka Dots and Moonbeams” from The Unforgettable Glenn Miller

Bea Wain w/ Larry Clinton & His Orchestra “You Go To My Head” from The Great Band Era (1938)

Johnny Mathis “When Sunny Gets Blue” from A Personal Collection

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

Dean Martin “Love Me, My Love” from Capitol Collectors Series

Connie Francis “(I’ll Be With You) In Apple Blossom Time” from Greatest American Waltzes Sung By Connie Francis

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

Nat King Cole “Tenderly” from Unforgettable: The Best of Nat King Cole

Dinah Washington “If I Were A Bell” from Compact Jazz: Dinah Washington

The Mills Brothers “Yours” from The Mellow Years

Bob Eberly & Helen O’Connell w/ Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra “Besame Mucho” from The Jimmy Dorsey Years

Dick Powell “The Girl On the Police Gazette” from The Dick Powell Song Book

Vera Lynn “Be Careful, It’s My Heart” from Sincerely Yours

Fats Waller “Sweet Thing” from One Never Knows, Do One?

Hildegarde “Isn’t This A Lovely Day!” from Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup [LOCAL]

The Ames Brothers “Sentimental Me” from The Best of the Ames Brothers

The Platters “Twilight Time” from All-Time Greatest Hits

Jim Reeves “Have I Stayed Away Too Long?” from The Mellow Magic of Jim Reeves

Julie London “Blue Moon” from Heavy Petting Mix

Doris Day “Dream A Little Dream Of Me” from Day By Night

Johnny Hartman “The More I See You” from The Johnny Hartman Collection (1947-1972)

Hoagy Carmichael “I’ve Been Hit” from The Essential Collection

Eydie Gorme “I Wanna Be Loved By You” from Eydie Gormé Vamps the Roaring 20’s

Sam Cooke “You Send Me” from Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964 [REQUEST]

Billy Eckstine “As Time Goes By” from Once More with Feeling

Vic Damone “The Night Has A Thousand Eyes” from Vic Damone Sings

Mildred Bailey “When Days Is Done” from Jazz Infusion – Mildred Bailey

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