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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, March 4, 2018 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Benny Goodman Orchestra Hooray for Hollywood Hollywood Hotel OST 90th Academy Awards are tonight!
Frances Williams Hollywood Party That's Entertainment: The Ultimate Anthology of MGM Musicals on today's show, every Oscar winning song from 1934-1965
Don Swan & His Orchestra Hooray for Hollywood Mambo Fever Capitol
Ginger Rogers The Continental Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers at RKO Rhino 1934 Best Song winner from THE GAY DIVORCEE, m. Con Conrad, l. Herb Magidson
Dick Powell Lullaby of Broadway Charming Gents of Stage and Screen ASV Living Era 1935 GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935, m. Harry Warren, l. Al Dubin
Fred Astaire The Way You Look Tonight Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers at RKO Rhino 1936 SWING TIME, m. Jerome Kern, l. Dorothy Fields
Bing Crosby Sweet Leilani Bing! His Legendary Years BMG 1937 WAIKIKI WEDDING, m. & l. Harry Owens
Oscar Peterson Trio They Can't Take That Away from Me Oscar Peterson Plays Pretty nominated 1937 SHALL WE DANCE, m. George Gershwin l. Ira Gershwin
Bob Hope & Shirley Ross Thanks for the Memory Make Mine a Double 1938 THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1938, m. Ralph Rainger l. Leo Robin
Judy Garland Over the Rainbow Academy Award Winning Music from MGM Classics 1939 THE WIZARD OF OZ, m. Harold Arlen l. Yip Harburg
Cliff Edwards When You Wish Upon a Star Singin' In the Rain ASV Living Era 1940 PINOCCHIO, m. Leigh Harline l. Ned Washington
Ann Sothern The Last Time I Saw Paris Academy Award Winning Music from MGM Classics 1941 LADY BE GOOD, m. Jerome Kern l. Oscar Hammerstein
Alvino Rey Blues in the Night Ultra-Lounge: Space Capades Capitol nominated 1941 BLUES IN THE NIGHT, m. Harold Arlen l. Johnny Mercer
William Gillespie Blues In the Night Blues in the Night OST this song should have won in 1941, & Jerome Kern, the composer of the winning song, petitioned the Academy to get a rules change tht would have disqualified his own song. The award was changed to "Best Original Song" and from then on had to be written for the movie
Bing Crosby White Christmas Bing! His Legendary Years BMG 1942 HOLIDAY INN m. & l. Irving Berlin
Alice Faye You'll Never Know Hello, Frisco, Hello OST 1943 HELLO, FRISCO, HELLO, m. Harry Warren l. Mack Gordon
Bing Crosby Swinging on a Star Swinging on a Star 1944 GOING MY WAY, m. James Van Heusen l. Johnny Burke
Jeanne Crain It Might as Well Be Spring State Fair OST 1945 STATE FAIR, m. Richard Rodgers l. Oscar Hammerstein
Stan Getz It Might as Well Be Spring The Complete Roost Recordings
Judy Garland On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe The Complete Decca Masters 1946 THE HARVEY GIRLS, m. Harry Warren, l. Johnny Mercer
Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah And the Winner Is: Capitol Sings the Best Movie Songs Capitol 1947 SONG OF THE SOUTH, m. Allie Wrubal, l. Ray Gilbert, sung by James Baskett in the movie
Bob Hope Buttons and Bows And the Winner Is: Capitol Sings the Best Movie Songs Capitol 1948 THE PALEFACE, m. & l. Jay Livingston & Ray Evans
Esther Williams and Ricardo Montalban Baby, It's Cold Outside Neptune's Daughter OST 1949 NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER, m. & l. Frank Loesser
Nat King Cole Mona Lisa The Extraordinary Nat King Cole 1950 CAPTAIN CAREY, USA, m. & l. Ray Evans & Jay Livingston
Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening Great American Songwriters: Johnny Mercer 1951 HERE COMES THE GROOM, m. Hoagy Carmichael l. Johnny Mercer
Charlie Byrd A Kiss to Build a Dream On For Louis nominated 1951 THE STRIP, m. & l. Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby & Oscar Hammerstein
Tex Ritter Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (High Noon) High Noon OST 1952 HIGH NOON, m. Dimitri Tiomkin, l. Ned Washington
Doris Day o/ Paul Weston Secret Love Golden Girl Columbia 1953 CALAMITY JANE, m. Sammy Fain l. Paul Francis Webster
Frank Sinatra Three Coins in the Fountain The Complete Capitol Singles Collection Capitol 1954 THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN, m. Jules Stye, l. Sammy Cahn
The Four Aces Love is a Many-Splendored Thing The Four Aces: Greatest Hits 1955 LOVE IS A MANY-SPLENDORED THING, m. Sammy Fain l. Paul Francis Webster
Doris Day Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Que Sera) Sentimental Journey: Pop Vocal Classics Vol. 4 Columbia 1956 THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, m. & l. Jay Livingston & Ray Evans
Frank Sinatra All the Way The Capitol Years Capitol 1957 THE JOKER IS WILD, m. James Van Heusen l. Sammy Cahn
Dimitri Tiompkins Wild is the Wind Wild is the Wind nominated 1957 WILD IS THE WIND, m. Dimitri Tiompkins l. Ned Washington
Louis Jourdan o/ MGM Studio Orchestra Gigi Academy Award Winning Music from MGM Classics 1958 GIGI, m. Frederick Loewe, l. Alan Jay Lerner
Frank Sinatra High Hopes The Complete Capitol Singles Collection Capitol 1959 A HOLE IN THE HEAD, m. James Van Heusen l. Sammy Cahn
Melina Mercouri Never on Sunday Never on Sunday OST 1960 NEVER ON SUNDAY, m. & l. Manos Hadjidakis
Audrey Hepburn Moon River Music from the Films of Audrey Hepburn 1961 BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, m. Henry Mancini l. Johnny Mercer
Billy Eckstine Days of Wine and Roses Now Singing in 12 Great Movies 1962 DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES m. Henry Mancini l. Johnny Mercer
Frank Sinatra Call Me Irresponsible Nothing But the Best 1963 PAPA'S DELICATE CONDITION, m. James Van Heusen l. Sammy Cahn
Dick Van Dyke Chim Chim Cher-ee Mary Poppins OST 1964 MARY POPPINS, m. & l. Richard Sherman and Robert Sherman
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass I Will Wait for You SRO nominated 1965 THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG, m. Michel Legrand, l. Jacques Demy, English l. Norman Gimbel
Shirley Bassey The Shadow of your Smile Let Me Sing and I'm Happy 1965 THE SANDPIPER, m. Johnny Mandel l. Paul Francis Webster