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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, July 23, 2017 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Anita O'Day Let's Begin Pick Yourself Up Polygram Happy 10th Anniversary Divaville Lounge
Laurie Johnson Happy Go Lively Music for TV Dinners Scamp
Sammy Davis Jr. Yes I Can! I Gotta Be Me Reprise this set: songs I played in July / Aug 2007, still like a lot, but never seem to play anymore
Dean Martin Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes Classic Dean Phantom Imports
Bing Crosby You Belong To My Heart (Now and Forever) Bing! His LEgendary Years BMG
Dorothy Lamour That Sentimental Sandwich Lovelight in the Starlight Jasmine
The Three Suns Ballin' the Jack 1949-56 Circle
Johnny Mercer and Jack Teagarden The Old Music Master Too Marvelous for Words: Songs of Johnny Mercer Capitol my first ever theme show was a birthday tribute to Johnny Mercer in November 2007
Johnny Mercer Blues in the Night Too Marvelous for Words: Songs of Johnny Mercer Capitol
Johnny Mercer Summer Wind My Huckleberry Friend DRG
Glenn Miller Orchestra A String of Pearls The Popular Recordings 1938-1942 RCA
Sarah Ovenall & Derick Ovenall Interview with Derick Ovenall s/t
Glenn Miller Orchestra v/ Tex Beneke Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree RCA Original Masters RCA in 2009 I interviewed my dad on air about his experiences in WWII and after
Fats Waller Ain't Misbehavin' Complete Recorded Works Vol. 2 JSP
Collins & Harlan The Aba Daba Honeymoon The Best of Arthur Collins Mondo Tunes for New Year's Eve 2010 I did the "Divaville Lounge Wayback Machine," a song a year from 1911 - 1965. This song is from 1914
King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band v/ Bessie Smith St. Louis Blues Satchmo Ambassador of Jazz Verve rec. 1925
The Andrews Sisters Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen 50th Anniversary Collection MCA rec. 1937
Bing Crosby Swinging on a Star Cocktail Hour Columbia River rec. 1944
Julie London Cry Me a River The Very Best of Julie London Capitol rec. 1955
Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli Nocturne Nuages
Francesca Bucca, Giuseppe Bucca, Santa Salsera Interview with Giuseppe Bucca s/t
Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli Chasing Shadows The Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP
Benny Goodman Orchestra v/ Martha Tilton Once in a While Live at the Madhattan Room 6 Nov 1937 otr-cat.com in 2011 I did a theme show all about the year 1937 which changed my life: the leader of the Mint Julep Jazz Band heard the show & asked me to DJ their band breaks, introducing me to the world of live swing DJing
Benny Goodman Trio More Than You Know Live at the Madhattan Room 6 Nov 1937 otr-cat.com
Billie Holiday I'll Never Be the Same Lady Day Sony this is one of Holiday's first recordings with Lester Young
Duke Ellington Orchestra Caravan Fitch Is On the Air 18 March 1937 otr-cat.com
Duke Ellington Orchestra v/ Ivie Anderson One, Two, Button Your Shoe Fitch Is On the Air 18 March 1937 otr-cat.com
Bing Crosby Sweet Leilani Bing! His LEgendary Years MCA one of the top 5 songs of 1937, according to Billboard (?) not sure where this data comes from
Art Tatum The Sheik of Araby Anthology of British Vintage Jazz Vol 3 Ihor
Sarah Ovenall & Derick Ovenall Interview with Derick Ovenall s/t
Duke Ellington Orchestra Rockin' in Rhythm Black, Brown and Beige Columbia
Essential Count Basie The World is Mad Columbia Masterworks
Fred Astaire Night and Day The Great Entertainers Direct Source in 2014 I did a show called "Two Takes on a Standard," comparing early & later recordings of evergreen songs
Frank Sinatra Night and Day The Capitol Years Capitol
Ben Bernie & His Orchestra Sweet Georgia Brown Sweet Georgia Brown and Other Hot Numbers Retrieval Records
Anita O'Day Sweet Georgia Brown Pick Yourself Up Polygram
Oscar Peterson They Can't Take That Away from Me Plays Pretty Verve
Frank Sinatra o/ Count Basie The Best is Yet to Come It Might as Well Be Swing Reprise I hope the best is yet to come! Here's to 10 more years