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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, July 20, 2014 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Julie London Fly Me to the Moon Boss Nova Ville Capitol 45th anniversary of the moon landing today!
Nat King Cole Destination Moon The King Swings Capitol
Mel Torme Swingin' On the Moon Swingin' on the Moon Verve
Martin Denny Moon of Manakoora Exotica Vol. III Scamp inst.
John F. Kennedy We Choose to Go to the Moon news broadcast
Ella Fitzgerald How High the Moon Ella in Berlin Verve
Anita O'Day Old Devil Moon Anita Sings the Most Verve
Peggy Lee Once Around the Moon The Singles Collection Capitol
Julie London No Moon At All Julie Is Her Name Capitol
Audrey Hepburn Moon River Music from the FIlms of Audrey Hepburn from the film Breakfast at Tiffany's
Henry Mancini Moon River Cha Cha Martinis with Mancini BMG inst.
Bing Crosby The Moon Was Yellow Bing! His Legendary Years BMG rec. 1932
Dick Himber Orchestra v/ Stuart Allen Me and the Moon The Golden Age of American Dance Bands Jasmine
Mildred Bailey The Moon Got In My Eyes Harlem Lullaby ASV
BIllie Holiday A Sailboat in the Moonlight Lady Day Sony
Artie Shaw There's Frost on the Moon Begin the Beguine Membran
Neil Armstrong Neil Armstrong Describes the Soil on the Moon NASA
Benny Goodman Trio Moonglow Let's Dance inst.
Bea Wain Oh, You Crazy Moon You Can Depend on Me ASV
King Cole Trio Beautiful Moons Ago Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic
Kiko Mendive Luna Lunera Un Cubano en Mexico Tumbao
The Boswell Sisters o/ Dorsey Brothers I Thank You Mister Moon Bunny Berigan the Key Sessions JSP rec.1931
Coleman Hawkins Blue Moon The Essential Sides Remastered Proper UK inst.
Ella Fitzgerald Blue Moon Twelve Nights in Hollywood Verve
Frank Sinatra When I Take My Sugar to Tea Ring-a-Ding-Ding! Reprise
Rosemary Clooney & Perez Prado Magic is the Moonlight A Touch of Tabasco
Lucho Bermudez y su orquesta Tolu Colombia
Elmer Bernstein The Great Escape theme The Great Escape RIP James Garner
Mongo Santamaria A La Luna Me Voy Sabroso! inst.
Dean Martin Lovey Kravezit Dean Martin Sings Songs from "The Silencers" Reprise inst.
Armando Trovajoli Decisione Easy Tempo Eighteenth Street Lounge
Esquivel Mucha Muchacha Space-Age Bachelor Pad Music
Duke Ellington Orchestra Absinthe Latin Rhythms in Hi-Fi DRG
Martin Denny Quiet Village Mondo Exotica Capitol
John Buzon Trio Squatty Roo Cha Cha on the Rocks Liberty
The Three Suns Fit as a Fiddle 1949-56 Circle inst.
Johnny Hodges Orchestra Squatty Roo The Indispensible Duke Ellington
Raymond Scott Powerhouse The Music of Raymond Scott saw Paul Taylor piece last night set to Raymond Scott it was amazing!
John Kirby 9.20 Special The Best of 1937-1945 Master Classics Records
Kay Starr Nevertheless I'm in Love with You Original Studio Radio Transcriptions happy birthday!
Maxine Sullivan Christopher Columbus Maxine Sullivan Sings 1955-56 Fresh Sounds
Dinah Washington Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby? The Swingin' Miss "D" Emarcy
Billy May Orchestra Patricia Organs in Orbit Capitol
Neil Armstrong One Small Step NASA
Django Reinhardt It's Only a Paper Moon The Indispensible Django Reinhardt inst.
DIck Jurgens & His Orchestra Don't Let That Moon Get Away The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands Jasmine