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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, February 22, 2009 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
MGM Studio Orchestra Out of the Woods The Wizard of Oz MGM happy belated birthday Harold Arlen!
Ella Fitzgerald Get Happy The Harold Arlen Songbook Verve Arlen's first major hit, written 1930
Art Hodes & his Orchestra Get Happy The Song Is...Harold Arlen ASV Living Era lyricist Ted Koehler
Ben Selvin Orchestra Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Dance Band Classics written 1931
Cab Calloway Kicking the Gong Around 1930-1939 L'Art Vocal written 1931
Billie Holiday I've Gotta Right to Sing the Blues The Song Is...Harold Arlen ASV Living Era written 1932
Louis Armstrong I've Got the World on a String Jazz Tribune: Young Louis Armstrong RCA written 1932
Gus Arnheim Orch voc. Jimmy Newell Let's Fall in Love The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands Jasmine written 1933
Ethel Waters Stormy Weather Cocktail Hour Columbia River written 1933
Eddie Duchin Orch voc. Harold Arlen Ill Wind The Song Is...Harold Arlen ASV Living Era written 1934
Benny Goodman Orchestra As Long as I Live Big Band Swing written 1934
Django Reinhardt It's Only a Paper Moon The Indispensable Django Reinhardt RCA lyricist Yip Harburg
Groucho Marx Lydia the Tattooed Lady At the Circus Soundtrack Factory
Ethel Merman Satan's Little Lamb I get a Kick Out of You Flapper from "Americana", w. Harburg & Mercer
Nat King Cole and his Trio It's Only a Paper Moon The Complete After Midnight Sessions Essential Jazz Classics
Frank Sinatra Last Night When We Were Young In the Wee Small Hours Capitol
Barbra Streisand & Harold Arlen Ding-Dong! The WItch is Dead Duets
Neal Hefti Orchestra Over the Rainbow Bachelor in Paradise RHino inst.
Dinah Washington Come Rain or Come Shine Dinah Jams Polygram lyricist Johnny Mercer
Frank Sinatra One For My Baby Only the Lonely Capitol
Helen Merrill Anyplace I Hang My Hat is Home Dream of You Verve
Annie Ross This Time the Dream's On Me Sings a Song with Gerry Mulligan EMI
Sammy Davis Jr. Out of This World Live and Swingin': The Ultimate Rat Pack Collection Reprise
Oscar Peterson That Old Black Magic The Harold Arlen Songbook inst.
Bobby Short Hooray for Love How's Your Romance? Telarc Jazz lyricist Leo Robin 1948
Ella Fitzgerald Let's Take a Walk Around the Block The Harold Arlen Songbook Verve lyricist Ira Gershwin
Harold Arlen I Never Has Seen Snow Harold Arlen Sings Sweet and Hot lyricist Truman Capote
Pearl Bailey Tess' Torch Song Takes Two to Tango ASV Living Era lyricist Ted Koehler 1948
MGM Studio Orchestra Opening Credits The Wizard of Oz MGM inst.
Dinah Shore Blues in the Night Cocktail Hour Columbia River oscar nom. 1941, w. Johnny Mercer
Louis Prima That Old Black Magic Collector's Series Capitol nom.1942, w. Johnny Mercer
Mel Torme My Shining Hour Mel Torme in Hollywood Verve nom. 1943, w. Johnny Mercer
Georgia Gibbs Happiness is a Thing Called Joe The Best of Georgia Gibbs Polygram nom. 1943, w. Yip Harburg
MGM Studio Orchestra We're Not in Kansas Anymore The Wizard of Oz MGM inst.
Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band v. Johnny Desmond Now I Know Band Stand Heroes nom. 1944 w. Ted Koehler
Johnny Mercer Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive Capitol Collector's Series Capitol nom. 1944 w. Johnny Mercer
Peggy Lee For Every Man There's a Woman Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman The Complete Recordings Sony nom. 1948 w. Leo Robin
Judy Garland The Man That Got Away Sentimental Journey: Pop Vocal Classics Rhino nom. 1954 w/ Ira Gershwin
MGM Studio Orchestra There's No Place Like Home The Wizard of Oz MGM inst.
Judy Garland Over the Rainbow The Song Is...Harold Arlen ASV Living Era won Oscar 1940, w. Yip Harberg