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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, June 28, 2009 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Nat King Cole Thou Swell Live at the Sands Blue Note happy birthday Richard Rodgers!
Jimmy Dorsey Orch. Oh! What a Beautiful Morning Swing Era 1944-45 inst.
Freddy Martin Orch. v/ Merv Griffin Manhattan Radio & Recording Rarities from Garrick Gaeties (1925)
Maurice Chevalier Mimi 16 Classic Performances Love Me Tonight (1932)
Bing Crosby It's Easy to Remember Bing! His Legendary Years MCA Mississippi (1935)
Rosemary Clooney You Took Advantage of Me Greatest Hits RCA Present Arms (1928)
Mel Torme Mountain Greenery Mel Torme in Hollywood Verve The Garrick Gaieties (1926)
Richard Rodgers Mountain Greenery Pianola Playtime inst.
Ella Fitzgerald With a Song in My Heart The Rodgers and Hart Songbook Verve Spring is Here (1929)
Frank Sinatra Dancing on the Ceiling In the Wee Small Hours Capitol Ever Green (1930)
Johnny Hartman Isn't It Romantic? Unforgettable Impulse Love Me Tonight (1932)
Peggy Lee Lover The Singles EMI/Capitol Love Me Tonight (1932)
Mel Torme Blue Moon Spotlight on Mel Torme Capitol originally written for Hollywood Party or Manhattan Melodrama
the Marcels Blue Moon Blue Moon Collectables Richard Rodgers hated this version with a passion
Tommy Dorsey Orch. The Blue Room Anthology of Big Band Swing Decca inst.
Benny Goodman v/ Helen Ward There's a Small Hotel Queen of Big Band Swing ASV Living Era On Your Toes (1936)
Sammy Davis Jr. My Romance The Wham of Sam Warner Jumbo (1935)
Lena Horne Where or When Stormy Weather RCA Babes in Arms (1937)
Judy Garland & Mickey Rooney I WIsh I Were In Love Again Romantic Duets from MGM Classics Rhino Babes in Arms (1937) (version from biopic Words and Music)
Chet Baker My Funny Valentine The Best of Chet Baker Sings Blue Note Babes in Arms (1937)
Ted Heath Johnny One Note More Lost Treasures of Ted Heath Babes in Arms (1937)
Frank Sinatra The Lady is a Tramp A Swingin' Affair Capitol Babes in Arms (1937)
Sarah Vaughan Have You Met Miss Jones? Isn't It Romantic? Capitol Sings Rodgers and Hart Capitol Id' Rather Be Right (1937)
Ella Fitzgerald Ev'rything I've Got The Rodgers and Hart Songbook Verve By Jupiter (1942)
Sammy Davis Jr. Falling in Love with Love The Wham of Sam Warner The Boys from Syracuse (1938)
Nat King Cole This Can't Be Love Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic Pal Joey (1940)
Anita O'Day Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered Anita Sings the Most Polygram Pal Joey (1940)
Billie Holiday I Didn't Know What Time It Was Lady in Autumn: Best of the Verve Years Verve Too Many Girls (1939)
Blossom Dearie The Surrey with the Fringe On Top Verve Jazz Masters Verve Oklahoma! (1943)
Nancy Wilson People Will Say We're In Love Hello Young Lovers: Capitol Sings Rodgers and Hammerstein Capitol Oklahoma! (1943)
Carmen McRae That's For Me The Original Decca Recordings Decca State Fair (1945)
Dinah Shore The Gentleman Is a Dope 16 Most Requested Songs: Encore Sony Allegro (1947)
Peggy Lee Bali Ha'i Cocktail Hour Columbia Hour South Pacific (1949)
Stan Getz w/ Astrud Gilberto & Joao Gilberto It Might as Well Be Spring Getz au Go Go Verve State Fair, song won Oscar
Perry Como Some Enchanted Evening Yesterday and Today RCA South Pacific (1949)
Bobby Darin Hello Young Lovers Hello Young Lovers: Capitol Sings Rodgers and Hammerstein Capitol The King and I (1951)
Bing Crosby Getting to Know You Bing! His Legendary Years MCA The King and I (1951)
Jo Stafford No Other Love Yes Indeed! Proper UK Me and Juliet (1953)
Peggy Lee I Enjoy Being a Girl Hello Young Lovers: Capitol Sings Rodgers and Hammerstein Capitol Flower Drum Song (1958)
John Coltrane My Favorite Things My Favorite Things Blue Note The Sound of Music (1959)
Original Cast Recording So Long, Farewell The Sound of Music so long until next week!