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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, November 8, 2009 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Sammy Davis Jr & Carmen McRae Happy to Make Your Acquaintance Boy Meets Girl Verve
Rosemary Clooney o/ Perez Prado Like a Woman Touch of Tabasco BMG
Eartha Kitt If I Was a Boy Legendary BMG
Ted Weems Orch v/ Parker Gibbs Everybody Loves My Girl The Essential Ted Weems 1923-1930 Challenge Records
Count Basie Orch v/ Jimmy Rushing I Want a Little Girl The Essential Count Basie Sony
Red McKenzie's Mound City Blue Blowers feat. Fats Waller Girls Like You Were Meant for Boys Like Me Fats Waller the Complete Recorded Works vol 2 JSP inst.
Louis Prima w/ Keely Smith Hey Boy! Hey Girl! Wild, Cool & Swingin' Capitol
Marilyn Monroe & Donald O'Connor A Man Chases a Girl Some Like it Hot
Patti Page o/ Pete Rugolo The Thrill is Gone In the Land of Hi-Fi Verve
Carmen Miranda Caroom Pa-Pa Anthology One Way Records
Peggy Lee Fantastico Ole a la Lee! Capitol
Artie Shaw Orch Frenesi Begin the Beguine Membran inst.
Johnny Mercer Glow Worm Too Marvelous for Words: Capitol Sings Johnny Mercer Catpiol
Frank Sinatra Day In, Day Out Come Dance With Me! Capitol
Ella Fitzgerald Someone to Watch Over Me The Complete Songbooks Verve great request!
Nat King Cole You're Looking at Me The Complete After Midnight Sessions Essential Jazz Classics
Mel Torme o/ Sonny Burke Black Moonlight Jazz and Velvet Proper UK
George SHearing I'd Love to Make Love to You Paper Moon Telarc inst.
Bing Crosby I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams Bing! His Legendary Years MCA
The Boswell Sisters If I Had a Million Dollars SHout, Sister, Shout! ASV Living Era
Rudy Vallee Ha-Cha Cha Heigh Ho Everybody! Pearl
Al Bowlly o/ Ray Noble You Ought to See Sally on Sunday The Very Thought of You Sanctuary
Louis Armstrong Honey Don't You Love Me Anymore Jazz Tribune: Young Louis Armstrong RCA
Django Reinhardt Swing 42 The Indispensable Django Reinhardt RCA inast.
Sonora Mantancera Manteca La Ola Marina
Fred Astaire Needle in a Haystack Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers at RKO Rhino
Dorothy Lamour THe Moon of Manakoura Lovelight in the Starlight Jasmine
The Mills Brothers You Always Hurt the One You Love Anthology 1931-1968 MCA
Louis Jordan I'm Gonna Leave You on the Outskirts of Town Let the Good Times Roll: The Anthology 1938-1953 MCA
Fletcher Henderson Orch The House of David Blues Tidal Wave Decca inst.
Frankie Carle Orch v/ Paul Allen Counting the Days Sentimental Journey
Perry Como Long Ago and Far Away Wartime Heart-Throbs (1939-1945) ASV Living Era
Glenn Miller ORch At Last The Popular Recordings 1938-1942 RCA
Fats Waller You Stayed Away Too Long The Complete REcorded Works Volume 3 JSP
Marlene Dietrich Sei Lieb Zu Mir (Mean to Me) Sei Lieb Zu Mir D3 Entertainment
Fred Astaire Dearly Beloved Too Marvelous for Words: Songs of Johnny Mercer ASV Living Era
Nat Shilkret Orch v/ Lawrence Tibbett Last Night When We Were Young The Song Is... Harold Arlen ASV Living Era
BIllie Holiday Why Was I Born? The Quintissential Billie HOliday Sony
Nat King Cole I See Your Face Before Me The Piano Style of Nat King Cole Capitol inst.
Frank Sinatra The Night We Called It a Day Where Are You? Capitol