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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, December 13, 2015 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Frank Sinatra To Be Perfectly Frank Opening / I've Got the World on a String A Voice on the Air Legacy happy 100th birthday!
Les Paul Trio Blue Skies The Trio's Complete Decca Recordings Les Paul wrote the whistling intro to "To Be Perfectly Frank"
The Hoboken Four Major Bowes' Show Opening / SHINE A Voice on Air Legacy 1935, Sinatra's earliest known recording!
Frank Sinatra Monologue on the Major Bowes Program Sinatra at the Sands Reprise spoken word
Frank Sinatra o/ Tommy Dorsey Carnaval de Broadway Opening / The One I Love A Voice on Air Legacy Spanish language radio broadcast
Frank Sinatra o/ Nelson Riddle Mr. Success The Complete Capitol Singles Collection Capitol
Frank Sinatra In the Still of The Night Ring-a-Ding-Ding! Reprise Sinatra's first album with Reprise, the label he founded when he left Capitol
Frank Sinatra o/ Count Basie Fly Me to the Moon It Might as Well Be Swing Reprise
Frank Sinatra o/ Metronome All-Stars Sweet Lorraine The Best of the Columbia Years Columbia rec. 1946, band included Coleman Hawkins, Johnny Hodges, Nat King Cole, Buddy Rich, arr. Sy Oliver
Nat King Cole I Get a Kick Out of You The Piano Style of Nat King Capitol inst.
Frank Sinatra I've Got a Crush On You On the Radio: The Lucky Trike "Lite Up Time" Shows 1949-50 Acrobat
Frank Sinatra w/ Slim Gaillard Trio Sinatra Introduces Slim Gaillard / Cement Mixer Put-Ti Pit-Ti A Voice on Air Legacy rec 1946
Frank Sinatra o/ Nelson Riddle The Tender Trap '57 in Concert DCC recorded in Seattle
Frank Sinatra w/ Red Norvo Quintet On the Road to Mandalay Live in Australia, 1959 the story he tells at the beginning was true: this song was kept off the British release of COME FLY WITH ME due to pressure from the Kipling family
Frank Sinatra The Lady Is a Tramp May 22, 1968 - Oakland Coliseum Baysound this concert was a benefit for Hubert Humphrey
Frank Sinatra o/ Count Basie I've Got You Under My Skin Sinatra at the Sands Reprise
Count Basie Orchestra Silks and Satins The Atomic Mr. Basie Blue Note inst.
Frank Sinatra o/ Don Costa Being' Green Sinatra and Company Reprise in this set: "songs you wouldn't expect Frank Sinatra to record"
Frank Sinatra Along the Navajo Trail A Voice on Air Legacy
Frank Sinatra Zip-A-Dee Doo Dah A Voice on Air Legacy
Frank Sinatra w/ the Nuggets & Big Dave's Music Two Hearts, Two Kisses (Make One Love) The Complete Capitol Singles Collection Capitol
Frank Sinatra o/ Gordon Jenkins This Town Ocean's Thirteen OST song written by Lee Hazlewood
Frank Sinatra Green Frank Sinatra Conducts Tone Poems of Color Capitol c. Gordon Jenkins
Frank Sinatra w Bing Crosby & Dean Martin The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York) Guys and Dolls OST Sinatra was apparently so resentful that Marlon Brando was chosen to play Sky Masterson while he played second comedy lead, that he and Brando were not on speaking terms on the set
Frank Sinatra w Sammy Davis Jr. Me And My Shadow Sammy and Friends Rhino in contrast, Sammy by all accounts need resented Frank having the limelight when they performed together
Frank Sinatra w/ Betty Garrett Come Up to My Place Sinatra in Hollywood: 1940 - 1964 Reprise this song exemplifies the "shy skinny kid" persona that Sinatra generally played early in his career
Frank Sinatra w/ King Cole Trio Sinatra Introduces Nat King Cole / Exactly Like You A Voice on Air Legacy recorded 1946
Frank Sinatra w/ Ella Fitzgerald & Oscar Peterson Trio Necessity Sinatra in Hollywood: 1940 - 1964 Reprise recorded for a never-completed animated film version of FINIAN'S RAINBOW
Frank Sinatra w/ Benny Goodman Sextet I Only Have Eyes For You A Voice on Air Legacy recorded 1946. Band lineup unknown, but at that time Goodman's sextet often included Slam Stewart, Cozy Cole, Mel Powell, Teddy WIlson & Red Norvo
Benny Goodman Sextet Breakfast Feud The Original Guitar Hero Sony
Frank Sinatra o/Axel Stordahl The Song is You The V-Discs: Columbia Years Columbia most of Sinatra's Columbia work was with Stordahl
Frank Sinatra o/ Gordon Jenkins I Cover the Waterfront Where Are You? Capitol this was Sinatra's first album with Jenkins and the first album he did for Capitol with someone other than Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra o/ Nelson Riddle Nice 'N' Easy Nice 'N' Easy Capitol by far most of Sinatra's work at Capitol was with Nelson Riddle
Frank Sinatra w/ Antonio Carlos Jobim The Girl from Ipanema Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim Reprise arranger Claus Ogerman, who was the arranger for Stan Getz, Wes Montgomery, Cal Tjader and others
Frank Sinatra o/ Billy May Come Fly With Me Come Fly With Me Capitol
Frank Sinatra o/ Nelson Riddle You Make Me Feel So Young Songs for Swingin' Lovers Capitol
Nelson Riddle Orchestra You Make Me Feel So Young / You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) Sing a Song With Riddle Capitol
Frank Sinatra o/ Ziggy Elman Closing and Theme: Put Your Dreams Away For Another Day On the Radio: The Lucky Trike "Lite Up Time" Shows 1949-50 Acrobat
Frank Sinatra Angel Eyes Only the Lonely Capitol