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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, July 7, 2019 | 12:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Henry ""Red" Allen v/ Jewel Paige Hip Hip Hooray The Jubilee Shows No. 21 & 22 today until 4: Songs of the 50 States!
Fats Waller & His Rhythm Square from Delaware Complete Recorded Works Vol. 6 JSP Delaware! The first state, ratified the Constitution 12/7/1787
Perry Como Delaware Yesterday and Today Columbia
The Andrews Sisters Pennsylvania Polka Rum & Coca Cola Eclipse Pennsylvania became a state 12/12/1787
Glenn Miller Orchestra Pennsylvania 6-5000 The Popular Recordings 1938-1942 RCA
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra Jersey Bounce Cassic Columbia & Okeh Orchestra Sessions Mosaic New Jersey: became a state 12/18/1787
Ella FItzgerald Jersey Bounce Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie! Verve
Anita O'Day Sweet Georgia Brown Anita O'Day: Finest Hour UMVD Georgia: 1/2/1788
Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra Georgia On My Mind Hoagy Carmichael First of the Singer Songwriters Proper UK
Hoosier Hot Shots Connie's Got Connections in Connecticut Rural Rhythm 1935-1942 Sony Connecticut: 1/9/1788
Judy Garland & Big Crosby Connecticut The Complete Decca Masters MCA
Maxine Sullivan Massachusetts Sings 1955-56 Fresh Sounds Massachusetts: 2/6/1788
Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra The Baltimore Bix Beiderbecke Volume 1: Singin' The Blues Maryland: 4/28/1788
Lowe Stokes Sailin' Down the Chesapeake Bay Lowe Stokes Vol. 1 (1927-1930) Document Records
Anita O'Day Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina Let Me Off Uptown Sony South Carolina: 5/23/1788
Jere Mahoney My Old New Hampshire Home Edison 5905 Edison New Hampshire: 6/21/1788
Peggy Lee I'm Coming Virginia Havin' Fun Storyville Virginia: 6/25/1788
Sammy Davis Jr. o/ Count Basie New York City Blues Our Shining Hour Verve New York: 7/26/1788
Ben Selvin and His Orchestra Do the New York The Young Benny Goodman Timeless Holland
Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra Carolina In the Morning The Issued Recordings, 1947 & 1949 Jazz Band North Carolina! 11/21/1789
Nat Gonella & His Trumpet Carolina The Nat Gonella Collection Acrobat
Pat Flowers Carolina in the Morning 1945-1947 Classics
Blossom Dearie Rhode Island is Famous for You Verve Jazz Masters 51 Verve Rhode Island: 5/29/1790
The Jesters There Were 13 Colonies Little Songs on Big Subjects Public Service Records
Jack Sheldon I'm Just a Bill Schoolhouse Rock! Washington DC: not a state but became the nation's capital in 7/16/1790
Sarah Vaughan Moonlight in Vermont No Count Sarah Polygram Vermont: 3/4/1791
Nat King Cole Trio Moonlight in Vermont Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic
Patsy Cline Blue Moon of Kentucky On The Air: Her Best TV Performances UME Kentucky: 6/1/1792
Ella FItzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra Louisville, KY Compelte Chick Webb and Ella Fitzgerald Decca Sessions Mosaic
Ella Mae Morse o/ Nelson Riddle Tennessee Saturday Night The Very Best of Ella Mae Morse Capitol Tennessee: 6/1/1796
Jimmie Driftwood Tennessee Stud The Best of Jimmie Driftwood Brownbeats Records
The Andrews Sisters o/ Glenn Miller Orchestra Down By the O-Hi-O (O My O!) The Chesterfield Broadcasts BMG Ohio: 3/1/1803
Milton Brown & His Brownies Down by the O-H-I-O Father of Western Swing Proper UK
Fats Waller & His Rhythm Louisiana Fairytale Complete Recorded Works Volume 4 JSP Louisiana: 4/30/1812
Bing Crosby & the Delta Rhythm Boys o/ Paul Whiteman Louisiana Bing Crosby 1926-1932 Timeless Holland
Mound City Blue Blowers Indiana Bunny Berigan the Key Sessions Proper UK Indiana: 12/11/1816
Vaughn Monroe Kokomo Indiana Racing With the Moon Future Noise Music
Johnny Mercer (Back Home Again) in Indiana The Capitol Vaults Collection Capitol
Kay Starr Mississippi Capitol Collector's Series Capitol Mississippi: 12/10/1817
Randy Brooke and his Orchestra v/ Harry Prime I Left My Heart in Mississippi Randy Brooks and his Orchestra: 1945-1947 Jazz Band
Nellie Lutcher Chi-Chi-Chi-Chicago The Best of Nellie Lutcher Blue Note Illinois: 12/3/1818
Louis Prima Chicago Boogie Big Band 1944-1947 Vol. 2 Elabeth
Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli Chicago The Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP
Freddie Martin & His Orchestra Stars Fell on Alabama The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands Jasmine Alabama: 12/14/1819
Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five I'm Alabama Bound Let the Good Times Roll: The Complete Decca Recordings Bear Family
Doris Day o/ Paul Weston Orchestra That Jane from Maine Golden Girl Columbia Maine: 3/15/1820
Etta Jones You Came a Long Way from St. Louis The Best of the Prestige Singles Prestige Missouri: 8/10/1821
Julia Lee Show Me Missouri Blues 1927-1946 Chronological Classics
Red Fox Chasers Arkansas Traveler I'm Going Down to North Carolina: The Complete Recordings of the Red Chasers Tompkins Square Arkansas: 6/15/1836
Red McKenzie and the Mound City Blue Blowers Arkansas Blues Fats Waller Complete Recorded Works Vol. 2 JSP
Judy Garland I Want to Go Back to Michigan Easter Parade OST Rhino Michigan 1/26/1837
Glenn Miller Orchestra I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo The Popular Recordings 1938-1942 RCA
Bing Crosby & the Andrews Sisters Talahassee American Songbook Series: Frank Loesser Smithsonian Florida: 3/3/1845
Tex Willams & His Western Caravan I Got Texas In My Soul Doughboys, Playboys & Cowboys Proper UK Texas: 12/29/1845
Mel Torme There's an X in the Middle of Texas The Capitol Rarities Capitol
Count Basie & His Orchestra Texas Shuffle Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie and Lester Young Recordings Mosaic
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Sioux City Sue The Tiffany Transcriptions Rhino Iowa: 12/28/1846
Eddy Duchin & His Orchestra My Cousin in Milwaukee Best of the Big Bands Wisconsin: 5/29/1848
Sammy Davis Jr. The Territory West Coast is the Best Coast La Jolla California Suite Collector's Choice California: 9/9/1850
Ray Charles California Here I Come The Genius Hits the Road Concord
Rufus Lumley Minneap'lis Minnesota 45" Afford Records Minnesota: 5/11/1858
Billy Murray Arrah Go On, I'm Going to Go Back to Oregon Radio & Recording Rarities Volume 21 Lowlights Oregon: 2/14/1859
Frank Sinatra Sunflower Embraceable You Fontana Kansas: 1/29/1861
Kansas City Seven Destination K.C. Classic 1936-1947 Count Basie and Lester Young Recordingsc Mosaic
Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five Salt Pork, West Virginia Let the Good Times Roll: The Complete Decca Recordings Bear Family West Virginia: 6/20/1861
Elvis Presley Viva Las Vegas Elvis at the Movies Sony Legacy Nevada: 10/31/1864
Groucho Marx & the Ken Lane Singers Omaha Nebraska 45" Warner Bros. Nebraska: 3/1/1867
Al Bowlly Colorado Sunset The Very Thought of You Sanctuary Colorado: 8/1/1876
Frank Sinatra I Got a Gal I Love in North and South Dakota Big Hits and Highlights of 1947, Vol. 9 North Dakota: 11/2/1889
Doris Day The Black Hills of Dakota 16 Most Requested Songs Columbia South Dakota: 11/2/1889
Patsy Montana Back on Montana Plains An Introduction to Country Music Perfect Cadance Records Montana 11/8/1889
Perry Como Seattle Seattle RCA Washington: 11/11/1889
Gene Krupa & His Orchestra Idaho Instrumental Mr. Krupa Jasmine Idaho: 7/3/1890
Connie Haines & Van Johnson Choo Choo Choo to Idaho The Duchess of Idaho OST MGM
Gene Autry Someday in Wyoming The Western Collection Varese Sarabande Wyoming: 7/10/1890
Peggy Lee & George Shearing I Lost my Sugar in Salt Lake City Beauty & the Beat! Capitol Utah: 1/4/1896
Smokey Wood & the Wood Chips Moonlight in Oklahoma Doughboys, Playboys & Cowboys Proper UK Oklahoma: 11/16/1907
Jack Guthrie Oklahoma Hills Country Hits of the 40s Emerald Echoes
Artie Shaw and His Orchestra Along the Santa Fe Trail Hollywood Palladium 1941 Cool Note New Mexico: 1/6/1912
Bing Crosby Along the Santa Fe Trail Bing Sings the Great Country Hits Capitol
The DeZurik Sisters The Arizona Yodeler American Yodeling, 1911-1946 Trikont Arizona: 2/14/1912
Johnny Horton North to Alaska 16 Biggest Hits Sony Alaska: 1/3/1959
Bing Crosby Blue Hawaii Bing! His Legendary Years BMG Hawaii: 8/21/1959
Ella Fitzgerald Hawaiian War Chant Capitol Sings Coast to Coast Capitol
Martin Denny Wedding Song Exotica II Scamp
The Jesters What Makes a Good American? LittleSongs on Big Subjects Public Service Records