January 14, 2012 Playlist

[1] Ole Buttermilk Sky (7/18/46) by Michael Douglas from The World of Kay Kyser

[2] Up A Lazy River by The Mills Brothers from Soundies: A Musical History

[3] It’s Been A Long, Long Time by Kitty Kallen w/ Harry James & His Orchestra from Best of the Big Bands

[4] Steppin’ Out With My Baby by Gordon MacRae from Alone & Together

[5] I Wish I Were In Love Again by Judy Garland from The Very Best of Judy Garland

[6] It’s Love, Love, Love! by Skip Nelson w/ Guy Lombardo & His Orchestra from A String Of Pearls

[7] You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me by Frank Sinatra from Songs For Swingin’ Lovers

[8] That’s All by Bobby Darin from That’s All

[9] My One and Only Love by Dean Martin from Amore (Remastered)

[10] Hey There by Rosemary Clooney from The Essential Rosemary Clooney

[11] I Cover the Waterfront by Johnny Hartman from The Johnny Hartman Collection (1947-1972)

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

[13] Am I Blue? by Hoagy Carmichael and Lauren Bacall (or Andy Williams?) from To Have and Have Not soundtrack [request]

[14] A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody by Hildegarde from Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup

[15] When I’m Cleaning Windows by George Formby from Top Hits of the 1930s

[16] Hello My Baby by Spike Jones from Featuring Spike Jones

[17] Route 66 by Nat King Cole from The Greatest Hits

[18] My Blue Heaven by Gene Austin from Happy Days Are Here Again

[19] Dear Heart by Andy Williams from Pop Memories of the 1960s

[20] Cynthia’s In Love by Perry Como from Cocktail Hour

[21] I Like Being Here With You by Peggy Lee from The Very Thought Of You: A Romantic Crooners Collection [request]

[22] Twelfth of Never by Johnny Mathis from A Personal Collection

[23] No, Not Much by The Four Lads from Moments to Remember: The Golden Hits of the ’50s and ’60s

[24] There! I’ve Said It Again by Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra from Sentimental Journey: Pop Vocal Classics

[25] A Kiss To Build A Dream On by Louis Armstrong from All-Time Greatest Hits

[26] Come Rain or Come Shine by Lou Rawls from Hooray For Love: The Great Gentlemen of Song

[27] Who’s Foolin Who by Kay Starr from Kay Starr Sings!

[28] Here In My Heart by Al Martino from Capitol Collectors Series

[29] Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me by Connie Frances from Shaken, Not Stirred

[30] Dance With A Dolly by Bing Crosby from The Songs I Love

[31] On An Evening In Roma by Dean Martin from The Capitol Collectors Series

[32] All the Things You Are by Vic Damone from That Towering Feeling!

[33] I’ll Get By (As Long As I Have You) by Dick Haymes w/ Harry James & His Or from Best of the Big Bands: Harry James

[34] Little Brown Jug by Glenn Miller & His Army Air Force B from Blueberry Hill: Big Band Favorites

[35] Coming In On A Wing & A Prayer by Eddie Cantor, Featuring Cookie Fair from The Entertainers of WWII

Bonus 3rd Hour of HPZ!

[36] If I Can Dream by Elvis Presley from Artist of the Century

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

[38] In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Even by Rosemary Clooney from The Essential Rosemary Clooney

[39] I’ve Got You Under My Skin by Frank Sinatra from Sinatra Reprise: The Very Good Years

[40] The Girl From Ipanema by The Four Freshman from Let’s Bacardi Party

[41] I Loves You Porgy by Ella Fitzgerald from Ella In Rome

[42] Night and Day by Fred Astaire from Cole Porter: the Ultimate Collection [request]

[43] Snuggled On Your Shoulder by Lew Sherwood from Best of the Big Bands: Eddy Duchin

[44] Cow Cow Boogie by The Mills Brothers from Mills Brothers and the Mellow Years

[45] I’m An Old Cowhand by Bing Crosby from Top Hits of the 1930s

[46] Release Me (And Let Me Love Again) by Engelbert Humperdinck from Pop Memories of the 60s [request]

[47] I’m Beginning To See the Light by Bobby Darin from Hooray For Love: The Great Gentlemen of Song

[48] April Love by Pat Boone from Moments to Remember: The Golden Hit

[49] Rum and Coca Cola by The Andrews Sisters from Golden Groups, Golden Memories [request]

[50] Sh-Boom by The Crew Cuts from I.Q. Soundtrack

[51] Sing Sing Sing by The Boston Pops (John Williams) from It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing

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