June 6, 2015 Playlist

Blossom Dearie “They Say It’s Spring” from Putumayo Jazz [REQUEST]

Dinah Washington “Call Me Irresponsible” from Call Me Irresponsible [REQUEST]

Ella Fitzgerald “Oh, Lady Be Good” from The George & Ira Gershwin Songbook

Johnny Hartman “I Thought About You” from The Johnny Hartman Collection (1947-1972)

Judy Garland “I Got Rhythm” from The Very Best of Judy Garland [REQUEST]

Enoch Light & His Charleston Orchestra “Last Night On the Back Porch” from The Roaring ’20s [REQUEST]

Al Martino “Volare (Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu) [1992 Remaster]” from Capitol Collectors Series [REQUEST]

Hoagy Carmichael “Rockin’ Chair” from Hoagy Sings Carmichael

Dean Martin “I’ll Always Love You (Day After Day)” from The Capitol Years

The Platters “I Love You a Thousand Times” from All-Time Greatest Hits

The Beatles “Love Me Do” from Please Please Me

The Orchestra and Chorus of Henry Mancini “Mostly For Lovers” from Dear Heart

Billie Holiday w/ Teddy Wilson Orchestra “When You’re Smiling” from The Legendary Tenor Saxophonists (1922-1940)

Lew Sherwood w/ Eddy Duchin & His Orchestra “Night and day” from Eddy Duchin – Best of the Big Bands

Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra “Stay As Sweet As You Are” from Top Hits of the 1930s

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

Frank Sinatra “It Was A Very Good Year” from September Of My Years

Tony Bennett “Just In Time” from Boulevard of Broken Dreams [REQUEST]

Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney “Isle of Capri” from Fancy Meeting You Here [REQUEST]

The Mills Brothers “Goodbye, Blues” from Top Hits Of the 1930s [REQUEST]

Lionel Hampton “When Lights are Low” from Founder Of the Jazz Vibes (1930-1944)

Cab Calloway “Everybody Eats When They Come To My House” from Cab Calloway

Vera Lynn “Yours” from Sincerely Yours

Louis Armstrong “Ain’t Misbehavin’” from The Legendary Male Vocalists Of Jazz (1925-1940)

Mike Douglas and The Campus Kids w/ Kay Kyser & His Orchestra “Ole Buttermilk Sky” from Best of the Big Bands

Erskine Hawkins “Tuxedo Junction” from The Only Big Band CD You’ll Ever Need

Fats Waller “After You’ve Gone” from A Handful of Keys (1922-1935)

Rosemary Clooney & Duke Ellington and His Orchestra “I Got It Bad” from Blue Rose [REQUEST]

Fred Astaire “Things Are Looking Up” from The Early Year at RKO

Q-Burns Abstract Message “You Can Dance” from Upstairs at Larry’s