November 9, 2019 Playlist

"Music for Two People Alone" album cover

Featuring break music from
Music for Two People Alone
by The Melachrino Orchestra

Benny Goodman “Don’t Be That Way” from Original Jazz, Vol. 2

Ramsey Lewis “Hold It Right There” from Wade In the Water

Dinah Washington “If I Were a Bell” from Compact Jazz

Ella Fitzgerald “Manhattan” from The Very Best of the Rodgers and Hart Songbook

Vic Damone “Let’s Fall in Love” from That Towering Feeling

Duke Ellington “Satin Doll” from Satin Doll

Edythe Wright w/ Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra “(I’ve Got) Beginner’s Luck” from The Complete Tommy Dorsey, Volume III (1936-1937)

Helen Forrest w/ Harry James & His Orchestra “I’ve Heard That Song Before” from Best of Big Bands: Harry James

Dick Robertson w/ Eddy Duchin & His Orchestra “My Cousin in Milwaukee” from Eddy Duchin – Best of the Big Bands

June Christy w/ Stan Kenton & His Orchestra “Tampico” from Your Hit Parade (1945)

Artie Shaw & His Orchestra “Frenesi” from The Great Band Era (1940)

Jimmie Lunceford “Rhythm Is Our Business” from Jukebox Hits 1935-1947 [REQUEST]

Lou Rawls “Stormy Weather” from Hooray For Love: The Great Gentlemen Of Song [REQUEST]

Maxine Sullivan “Blue Skies” from Loch Lomond – The Essential Maxine Sullivan [REQUEST]

Nat King Cole “As Far As I’m Concerned” from Unforgettable

Johnny Hartman & Gerald Wilson “Unforgettable” from Unforgettable

Jonah Jones “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” from Jonah Jumps Again

Carmen McRae w/ Dave Brubeck “Take Five” from Take Five Recorded Live at Basin Street East

The Four Aces with Al Alberts “Mr. Sandman” from Happy Days Are Here Again!

The Crew Cuts “Earth Angel” from Moments To Remember: Golden Hits Of the ’50s and ’60s [REQUEST]

Don Ho “Tiny Bubbles” from Tiny Bubbles [REQUEST]

Georgia Gibbs “Dance With Me Henry” from Moments To Remember: Golden Hits Of the ’50s and ’60s

Vaughn Monroe “Riders In the Sky” from Classic Years of Vaughn Monroe, Vol. 1 [REQUEST]

Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five “G.I. Jive” from These Were Our Songs: These Were the Hits of WWII

Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and the Modernaires w/ Glenn Miller & His Orchestra “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)” from Remembering the ’40s

The Mills Brothers “Paper Doll” from Golden Groups, Golden Memories

Martha Tilton and Bob Crosby “Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag” from The Entertainers of WWII

Vera Lynn “The White Cliffs Of Dover” from Sincerely Yours

Elvis Presley “The Wonder of You” from Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits [REQUEST]

Rosemary Clooney & Bing Crosby “Brazil” from Fancy Meeting You Here (Remastered)

Wayne Newton “Danke Shoen” from The Very Thought Of You: A Romantic Crooners Collection

Pearl Bailey “Porter’s Love Song To A Chambermaid” from The One and Only Pearl Bailey Sings

Ben Bernie and His Orchestra “Au Revoir-Pleasant Dreams” from Happy Days Are Here Again