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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, November 23, 2014 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Astrud Gilberto It's a Lovely Day Today Beach Samba Verve
Slim & Slam Laughin' in Rhythm Laughing in Rhythm Proper UK
Harry "the Hipster" Gibson Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine Flashbacks: High & Low Trikont
Cliff "Ukulele Ike" Edwards My Dog Loves Your Dog Singin' in the Rain ASV
Raymond Scott Manhattan Minuet Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights Columbia inst.
Ella Fitzergald The Starlit Hour live radio broadcast 26 Feb 1940 otr-cat.com
Charles Trenet La Mer The Immortals
Benny Goodman Trio Where or When live at the Madhattan Room 23 October 1937 otr-cat.com great request! I love this song!
Mildred Bailey The Moon Got In My Eyes Harlem Lullaby ASV
Fats Waller Swing Out to Victory Last Years 1940-43 RCA
Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra Ain't Misbehavin' Anthology of British Vintage Jazz Ihor inst.
Nancy Wilson On Green Dolphin Street Ballads Blues and Big Bands: THe Best of Nancy WIlson
Dinah Washington A Foggy Day After Hours with Miss D Emarcy
Frank Sinatra When I Take My Sugar to Tea Ring-a-Ding-Ding! Reprise
Perez Prado Skokiaan Mondo Mambo! Rhino
Mel Torme Swingin' on the Moon Swingin' on the Moon
Perez Prado Patricia Mondo Mambo! Rhino inst.
Beny More Yiri Yiri Bom Lo Mejor de Lo Mejor RCA Victor
Nat King Cole Just You, Just Me The Complete After Midnight Sessions Capitol
Eartha Kitt C'est Si Bon Legendary BMG
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong Dream a Little Dream of Me Satchmo: Ambassador of Jazz Verve
Nelson Riddle Darn That Dream Sing A Song with Riddle Capitol
Hoagy Carmichael Georgia On My Mind First of the Singer Songwriters Proper UK happy birthday!
Earl Hines Orchestra Skylark Earl Hines Sessions Mosaic all songs in this set written by Hoagy Carmichael
Fats Waller Two Sleepy People First of the Singer Songwriters Proper UK
Mel Torme Heart and Soul Jazz and Velvet Proper UK
Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong Up a Lazy River Havin' Fun Storyville
Johnny Hodges The Nearness of You Triple Play RCA inst.
Bennie Moten Orchestra v/ Jimmy Rushing New Orleans First of the Singer Songwriters Proper UK also written by Hoagy Carmichael
Louis Armstrong Dear Old Southland Hot Fives and Sevens JSP great request!
Ethel Waters Push-Out Cocktail Hour Columbia River
Billie Holiday Did I Remember? Lady Day Sony
Benny Goodman Orchestra Let's Dance / Hunkadola "Let's Dance" Broadcasts Circle
Duke Ellington Orchestra v/ Ivie Anderson Five O'Clock Whistle The Blanton-Webster Band RCA
Nat King Cole Trio Hit That Jive, Jack Hit That Jive, Jack Capitol
Slim Gaillard Popity Pop Laughing in Rhythm Proper UK
Skeets Tolbert & His Gentlemen of Swing Fill-Up 1940-1942 Chronological Classics inst.
Hoagy Carmichael Star Dust First of the Singer Songwriters Proper UK this hot jazz recording is the first time "Star Dust" was recorded, this is how Carmichael intended the song to sound
Hoagy Carmichael Star Dust Stardust, And Much More ASV Carmichael singing & accompanying himself on piano, this was recorded in 1960 after Carmichael's success as a songwriter had faded