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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, December 5, 2021 | 16:00 to 18:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Josephine Baker & Adrien Lamy J'ai Deux Amours Cocktail Hour Columbia River on Nov 30 Baker was inducted into the Pantheon, one of France's highest honors, in recognition of her work as a WWII resistance fighter and civil rights activist. This was her most successful recording
Josephine Baker After I Say I'm Sorry Josephine Baker - Grands Succes rec 1926
Josephine Baker Blue Skies Cocktail Hour Columbia River rec 1927
Josephine Baker C'est Lui Head over High Heels Trikont rec 1934 from the film ZOU ZOU
Josephine Baker Reves Josephine Baker - Grands Succes rec 1935 from the film PRINCESS TAM TAM
Josephine Baker w/ Lecuona Cuban Boys La Conga Blicoti Cocktail Hour Columbia River rec 1936
Josephine Baker Voila Paris / Cha Cha Cha live performance rec 1955
Josephine Baker Don't Touch My Tomatoes The Fabulous Josephine Baker RCA Victor rec 1960
Josephine Baker La Seine The Fabulous Josephine Baker RCA Victor rec 1960
Josephine Baker Speech at the March on Washington March on Washington rec 1963 Baker was one of only two women who spoke at the March on Washington
Ella Fitzgerald & Dizzy Gillespie How High the Moon It Happened One Night in Concert Black Label rec 1947 at Ella's first performance at Carnegie Hall
Nat King Cole Bop Kick The Forgotten 1949 Carnegie Hall Concert Hep
Billy Eckstine Jelly Jelly 1946-47 Classics
Henri Salvador C'est le Be Bop Saint-Germain-Des-Pres RYM Musique
Sarah Vaughan Shulie A Bop Swingin' Easy EmArcy
Sarah Vaughan Perdido Perdido! Live at Birdland 1953 Natasha Imports
Taft Jordan & The Mob Louisiana Fairy Tale Sounds of Harlem Vol. 1 Hep
the Delta Rhythm Boys What Would It Take? the Trio's Complete Decca Recordings Plus (1936-47) MCA Les Paul Trio
the Cats & the Fiddle Nuts to You We Cats Will Sing For You, 1939-1940, vol. 1 ASV Living Era
Louis Jordan & his Tympany Five the Two Little Squirrels (Nuts to You) Let the Good Times Roll Decca
Cab Calloway Kickin' the Gong Around Jukebox Hits 1930-1950 Acrobat
Duke Ellington Orchestra the Mooche the Duke: The Columbia Years Columbia Legacy
Clarence Williams & his Blue Moaners You've Got to Be Modernistic the Clarence Williams Collection 1921-37 Collector's Classics
McKinney's Cotton Pickers Gee, Ain't I Good to You The Essential Sides Remastered, 1929-1933 JSP Records Coleman Hawkins
Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra When You're Smiling Satchmo: Louis Armstrong, Ambassador iof Jazz Universal
Libby Holman w/ the Brunswick Studio Orchestra Am I Blue? Flappers, Vamps, and Sweet Young Things ASV Living Era
Noel Coward World Weary the Revue and War Years, 1928-1952 JSP Records
Benny Goodman Sextet Rose Room Benny Goodman Sextet Columbia
Django Reinhardt My Melancholy Baby the Classic Early Recordings in Chronological Order JSP Records
Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra No Regrets Lady Day: the Master Takes & Singles Columbia Legacy
Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me Classic Brunswick & Columbia Teddy Wilson Sessions, 1934-1942 Mosaic v/ Frances Hunt
Benny Carter & his Orchestra Somebody Loves Me The Essential Sides Remastered, 1936-1939 JSP Records Coleman Hawkins
Doris Day o/ Paul Weston Pillow Talk Golden Girl Columbia Legacy
Ella Fitzgerald Slap That Bass the Complete Ella Fitzgerald Songbook Verve
Julie London Warm December Christmas Belles Universal
Ethel Merman Everything's Coming Up Roses There's No Business Like Show Business Razor & Tie
Dinah Washington Don't Come Knocking' At My Door Complete Dinah Washington on Mercury Mercury