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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, March 20, 2016 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Frank Sinatra o/ Count Basie Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) It Might as Well Be Swing Reprise
The Four Freshmen Show Me the Way to Get Out of This World Best of the Four Freshmen
Fats Waller & His Rhythm Am I In Another World Complete Recorded Works Vol. 4 JSP
Django Reinhardt Beyond the Sea The Indispensible Jazz Tribune inst.
Billie Holiday o/ Teddy WIlson Gloomy Sunday Lady Day Sony
Nat King Cole Trio How Does It Feel The Vocal Classics 1942-1946 Capitol
The Mills Brothers Someday (You'll Want Me to Want You) Anthology 1931-1968 MCA
Benny Goodman Orchestra Honeysuckle Rose The Famous Carnegie Hall Concert Columbia great request, thanks for the pick-me-up!
The Leroy Holmes Singers The Worst Darn Winter in Years Snowflakes and Sweethearts for all friends up north who are getting snow!! in late March!!
Dick Powell o/ Victor Young Speaking of the Weather The Song Is Harold Arlen ASV Living Era
Mildred Bailey Don't Be That Way 1931-1939 L'Art Vocal
Billie HOliday No More Complete Decca Recordings Verve
Fats Waller That's How I Feel Today Complete Recorded Works Vol. 2 JSP
Kay Kyser The Bad Humour Man A Strict Education in Music Jasmine
Ray Anthony Mr. Anthony's Boogie The Young Man with the Horn Capitol great request!
Eartha Kitt Monotonous Legendary BMG
Desi Arnaz Straw Hat Song The Best of Desi Arnaz the Mambo King RCA/BMG
Louis Prima Chinatown, My Chinatown Selection of Louis Prima Gold
Ethel Merman You're the Top I Get a Kick Out of You Flapper great request!
Ben Bernie & His Orchestra Sweet Georgia Brown Sweet Georgia Brown and Other Hot Numbers Retrieval Records rec. 1925 Bernie wrote Sweet Georgia Brown
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five Big Butter and Egg Man from the West Hot Fives and Sevens JSP
The Boswell Sisters o/ The Dorsey Brothers Everybody Loves My Baby Bunny Berigan the Key Sessions JSP
Jelly Roll Morton Doctor Jazz Jazz Greats Vol. 17
Ted Weems Somebody Stole My Gal The Essential Ted Weems 1923-1930 Retrieval Records inst.
Pearl Bailey You Can Be Replaced Head over High Heels Trikont great request!
Chico O'Farrill El Bodeguero Frenesi Tumbao
Sarah Vaughan o/ Dizzy Gillespie Love Come Back to Me Perdido! Live at Birdland, 1953 Verve love how she flubs the lyric about a minute into the song
Jose Curbelo and His Orchestra El Rey Del Mambo Live at the China Doll in New York 1946, Vol. 2 Tumbao this and the previous both sound to me like they were introduced by Symphony Sid
Louis Jordan Somebody Done Hoodooed the Hoodoo Man Let the Good Times Roll Bear Family rec 1940
Natalie Cole That Sunday, That Summer Unforgettable: With Love
Frank Sinatra You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me Songs for Swingin' Lovers Capitol
Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong Our Love is Here to Stay Ella and Louis Again Verve
Chet Baker Look for the Silver Lining The Best of Chet Baker Sings Bluebird
Dinah Washington Willow Weep for Me Jazz 'Round Midnight
Blossom Dearie Johnny One Note Blossom Dearie Verve
Pearl Bailey & the Charioteers Don't Ever Leave Me The Great American Composers - Jerome Kern Smithsonian Folkways