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"Divaville Lounge" with DJ Jilly Rizzo (archive)

presents the DJ Jilly Rizzo Experience
Sunday, August 23, 2009 | 14:00 to 16:00 | divaville lounge, baby!

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Nat King Cole 'deed i do Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic
the Ames Brothers you're driving me crazy Exactly Like You RCA
Jerry Vale the story of a starry night Stars in the Night Simmons
Bobby Darin everybody has the right to be wrong In a Broadway Bag Atlantic
Bennie Moten Orchesta jones law blues Kansas City Style: Young Bill Basie w/ the Bennie Moten Orchestra RCA inst.
Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys i can't go on this way Legends of Country Music Columbia Legacy happy birthday, Fred Rose
Hank Williams setting the woods on fire 24 Karat Hits MGM
Herman Kanin & his Ambassador Hotel Orchestra i'm the last of the red hot mammas That's What I Call Sweet Music: American Dance Orchestras of the 1920s Songbook
Tex Williams won't you ride in my little red wagon Vintage Collection Capitol happy birthday, Tex Williams
Bennie Moten Orchesta new vine street blues Kansas City Style: Young Bill Basie w/ the Bennie Moten Orchestra RCA inst.
Annie Ross i was doing all right the Great Jazz Vocalists Sing the Gershwin Songbook Blue Note
Doris Day the gypsy in my soul Day by Day Columbia
Judy Garland the last call for love Complete Decca Masters MCA
the King Sisters early autumn Spotlight on the King Sisters Capitol
the Dinning Sisters where or when Isn't It Romantic?: Capitol Sings Rodgers and Hart Capitol
Count Basie & his Orchestra the world is mad the Essential Count Basie Columbia Jazz inst.
Gene Kelly when you walk down manhattan with me Classic Gene Kelly Movies Blue Moon happy birthday, Gene Kelly
Barbara Lea mountain greenery Lea in Love OJC
Sammy Davis, Jr. that old black magic Great American Songwriters, vol. 2: Johnny Mercer Rhino
John Barry Orchestra 007 Thunderball OST UA happy birthday, Sean Connery
Julie Wilson too naive Julie Wilson at the St. Regis BMG
Caetano Veloso the carioca A Foreign Sound Universal
Mel Tormé pythagoras, how you stagger us Jazz and Velvet Proper
Eartha Kitt uska-dara: a turkish tale the Legendary Eartha Kitt BMG
Dean Martin hammer and nails Houston Reprise
Count Basie & his Orchestra what's your number the Essential Count Basie Columbia Jazz inst.
Ethel Merman i've got a right to sing the blues I Get a Kick Out of You Flapper
the Boswell Sisters everybody loves my baby Shout, Sister, Shout Living Era
Nellie Lutcher you better watch yourself, bub the Best of Nellie Lutcher Blue Note
Count Basie & his Orchestra undecided blues the Essential Count Basie Columbia Jazz vocals by Jimmy Rushing
Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra my blue heaven Swingsation GRP vocals by Sy Oliver, Willie Smith, Eddie Tompkins
Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra rose room Swingsation GRP inst.
Jack Teagarden & his Orchestra these things you left me It's Time for T! Jazz Classics happy birthday, Jack Teagarden
Billie Holiday here it is tomorrow again Lady Day Sony
Louis Armstrong sittin' in the dark Jazz Tribune: Young Louis Armstong RCA
Billy Eckstine it ain't like that no more 1944-1945 Melodie Jazz Classic
Jack Teagarden king porter stomp Jack Teagarden: Jazz Great Bethlehem Archives inst.
Frank Sinatra the night we called it a day Where Are You? Capitol