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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, June 28, 2015 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Astrud Gilberto Look to the Rainbow Look to the Rainbow Verve Pride weekend!
Peggy Lee It's a Good Day Capitol From the Vaults, Vol. 2 Capitol
Nat King Cole Paint Yourself a Rainbow Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic
Frank Sinatra Love and Marriage The Reprise Collection Reprise
Bobby Darin & Johnny Mercer Two of a Kind As Long As I'm Singing
Sammy Davis Jr. I Married an Angel All-Star Spectacular Collector's Choice
Jack Wilbur and His Band We'll All Go Riding On a Rainbow Songs the Bonzo Dog Band Taught Us
Mills Blue Rhythm Band A Rainbow Filled With Music 1933-1936 Retrieval Records
Cab Calloway Don't Falter at the Altar Are You Hep to the Jive? Sony
The Jesters I'm Proud to Be Me Little Songs on Big Subjects
Johnny Hartman Today I Love Everybody Unforgettable Impulse!
Wayne Newton L-O-V-E Wild, Cool & Swingin' Capitol
Rosemary Clooney o/ Nelson Riddle Get Me to the Church On TIme Rosie Solves the Swingin' Riddle Bluebird
Cole Porter You're the Top Nipper's Greatest Hits: The 30s ASV recorded 1934, Porter singing his own song. Porter, gay composer & lyricist, made enormous contribution to the Great American Songbook
Fred Astaire Night and Day Fascinatin' Rhythm ASV c. Cole Porter, for Broadway show THE GAY DIVORCE
Mel Torme It's De-Lovely The Bethlehem Years Bethlehem Archive
Anita O'Day From This Moment On Anita O'Day Swings Cole Porter with Billy May Verve
Kay Starr C'est Magnifique Cocktails with Cole Porter Capitol
Sarah Vaughan What Is This Thing Called Love? Sassy Swings the Tivoli rec. live in Sweden 1963
Leo Reisman & His Orchestra What Is This Thing Called Love? The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands Jasmine rec. 1930, song was written in 1929
Billie Holiday o/ Teddy Wilson Easy to Love Lady Day Sony
Lena Horne Love for Sale Night and Day: the Cole Porter Songbook Verve
Ella Fitzgerald You Do Something to Me The Cole Porter Songbook Verve
Noel Coward Let's Do It The Noel Coward Album Sony
Noel Coward A Room With a View Revue and War Years JSP rec. 1928
Noel Coward Mad Dogs and Englishmen Revue and War Years JSP rec. 1932
BIlly Strayhorn (vocal and piano) Lush Life Lush Life Red Baron Strayhorn performing his own song. Strayhorn worked for Ellington as arranger & composer for his entire career, & was more or less openly gay as early as the 1940s
Duke Ellington Orchestra Satin Doll The Complete Capitol REcordings Mosaic
Duke Ellington Orchestra Take the 'A' Train The Blanton-Webster Band RCA one of Strayhorn's first compositions for Ellington
Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends Lotus Blossom Snatch and Grab It EPM
Duke Ellington Orchestra Chelsea Bridge The Blanton-Webster Band RCA written 1941
Chet Baker My Funny Valentine The Best of Chet Baker Sings Blue Note gay lyricist Lorenz Hart
Mel Torme Blue Moon Capitol Songs Rodgers & Hart Capitol this was Rodgers & Hart's most successful song
Sarah Vaughan Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye Cocktails with Cole Porter Capitol written by Cole Porter