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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, February 1, 2015 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Perry Como & The Satisfiers Dig You Later Great Romantic Memories of the War Years
Artie Shaw v/ Helen Forrest Deep Purple Begin the Beguine Membran
Glenn Miller Orchestra v/ Marion Hutton My! My! The Marion Hutton Collection
The Andrews Sisters Corns for My Country 50th Anniversary Collection Capitol
Vaughn Monroe Stop Watching the Clock 1943 Circle
Al Cooper's Savoy Sultans Jeep's Blues 1938-41 Chronological Classics
Pearl Bailey & Hot Lips Page Ain't She Sweet Takes Two Tango ASV great request! Always happy to play Pearl Bailey
Kay Starr What Can I Say Dear After I Say I'm Sorry Original Studio Radio Transcription Swing Factory
Mel Torme Three Little Words Jazz and Velvet Proper UK radio transcription
Nat King Cole Trio Come To Baby, Do The Vocal Classics 1942-1946 Capitol
Charles Trenet La Mer The Immortals
Duke Ellington Orchestra Chloe (Song of the Swamp) The Blanton-Webster Band RCA inst.
McKinney's Cotton Pickers Gee, Ain't I Good to You? Fats Waller Complete Recorded Works Vol. 2 JSP feat. Fats Waller & Coleman Hawkins
Skinnay Ennis & His Orchestra Strange Enchantment Halloween Stomp Jass
Slim Gaillard Blue Skies Laughing in Rhythm Proper UK
Maxine Sullivan Loch Lomond Say it With a Kiss Jasmine
Pearl Bailey I'm Lazy, That's All Takes Two to Tango ASV
Oscar Peterson They Can't Take That Away From Me Plays Pretty inst.
Joni James Why Don't You Believe Me Why Don't You Believe Me? The 15 Best Songs by Joni James great request!
Ella Fitzgerald To Keep My Love Alive Rodgers & Hart Songbook Verve
Doris Day Someone Like You Golden Girl (The Columbia Recordings 1944-1966) Columbia
Cuarteto D'Aida Las Mulatas del cha-cha-cha Cuarteto D'Aida RCA
Dinah Washington Relax Max The Swingin' Miss "D" Emarcy prod. Quincy Jones
Lalo Guerrero Y Sus Cinco Lobos Los Chucos Suaves Pachuco Boogie Arhoolie
Louis Jordan Beans and Cornbread Let the Good Times Roll Bear Family
Skeets Tolbert and his Gentlemen of Swing Big Fat Butterfly 1940-1942 Chronological Classics
Cab Calloway Beale Street Mama Best of the Big Bands rec. 1932 great request!
Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra New King Porter Stomp Big Band Jazz Vol 1
Coleman Hawkins Fanfare The Essential Sides Remastered Proper UK inst. rec 1933
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra I've Got the World on a String "Satchmo" Ambassador of Jazz Verve
Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies Copenhagen The Daddy of Western Swing Proper UK
Willie Lewis & His Entertainers Coquette 1936-38 Chronological Classics
Ray Eberle o/ Glenn Miller Skylark Wartime Heart-Throbs Reader's Digest great request!
Benny Goodman Trio Moonglow Let's Dance Big Band Jump rec. 1936
Ed Lang & His Orchestra Mildred Bailey What Kind Of Man Is You? Hoagy Carmichael: First of the Singer-Songwriters Proper UK
Al Bowlly On a Steamer Coming Over The Very Thought of You Sanctuary
Gus Armheim & His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra v/ Bing Crosby Ho Hum! The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands Jasmine
Al Hirt If You Go Away (Ne Me Quitte Pas) Music to Watch Girls By inst. rec 1933
Frank Sinatra A Man Alone The Reprise Collection Reprise r.i.p. Rod McKuen songwriter died Jan 29