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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, January 20, 2013 | 14:00 to 16:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Frank Sinatra o/ Tommy Dorsey It Started All Over Again The Song is You! Columbia
Bea Wain You Started Something My Reverie ASV Living Era
Fred Astaire I've Got Beginner's Luck Top Hat, White Tie and Tails
Vera Lynn There's a Land of Begin Again The Wartime Year - Wartime Memories
Fats Waller A Sweet Beginning Like This The Complete REcorded Works Vol. 3 JSP
Dave Pell This Could Be the Start of Something Space Age Lounge Vol. 2 inst.
Ella Fitzgerald This Could Be the Start of Something Twelve Nights in Hollywood Verve
Count Basie Orchestra v/ Joe Williams Smack Dab in the Middle Joe WIlliams' Finest Hour
Sammy Davis Jr. o/ Sam Butera and the Witnesses When the Feeling Hits You When the Feeling Hits You! Rhino
Paul Bascomb Pink Cadillac For Jumpers Only! Delmark
Cab Calloway Who's Yehoodi? 1930-1939
Duke Ellington Orchestra Sultry Serenade Duke: The Columbia Years Columbia inst.
Louis Jordan The Two Little Squirrels (Nuts to You) Let the Good Times Roll Bear Family
Jimmie Lunceford Orch I'm Nuts About Screwy Music Swingsation v/ Sy Oliver?
Billie Holiday o/ Teddy Wilson What a Little Moonlight Can Do Lady Day Sony feat. Benny Goodman & Roy Eldridge
Benny Goodman Orchestra She's a Latin from Manhattan "Let's Dance" Broadcast from the 1935 radio program that made Goodman a star
Glenn Miller Orch v/ Marion Hutton, Text Beneke & The Modernaires Juke Box Saturday Night The Popular Recordings 1938-1942 RCA
Harry James Ciribiribin Strictly Instrumental
The Ink Spots Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat Greatest Hits
Maxine Sullivan Please Be Kind Say it With a Kiss
Peggy Lee My Last Affair Peggy Lee with the Dave Barbour Band Capitol
Richard Himber v/ Stuart Allen Blame It On My Last Affair The Golden Age of American Dance Bands Jasmine
Sammy Davis Jr. Don't Blame Me It's All Over but the Swinging/I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues Reprise
Frank Sinatra Blame It On My Youth Close to You and More Capitol
Nat King Cole Trio I've Only Myself to Blame Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic
Ben Webster Quintet Don't Blame Me Big Ben Proper UK inst.
Julie London Call Me Irresponsible The Very Best of Julie London
Eartha Kitt Just An Old-fashioned Girl Legendary BMG
Faye Simmons You Hit Me Baby Like an Atomic Bomb 78" Grand
Ella Fitzgerald o/ Count Basie Them There Eyes Ella and Basie! On the Sunny Side of the Street
Lena Horne Watch What Happens Sex Kittens in Hi-Fi: The Brunettes DCC
Denny Mclain Watch What Happens Mondo Hollywood Capitol inst.
Ralph Flanagan The Only Red We Want Is the Red We've Got (In The Old Red Whit and Blue) Hits and Highlights of 1950 Cold War patriotic song
Peggy Lee, Johnny Mercer & Margaret Whiting o/ Benny Goodman The Freedom Train Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman The Complete Recordings 1941-1947 RCA as a counterpoint, this song celebrates political dissent. Song was written to commmemorate the Freedom Train, a train tour of the founding documents of the US
Kay Kyser Thank Your Lucky Stars and Stripes A Strict Education in Music
Count Basie Orch v/ Jimmy Rushing For the Good of Your Country 1938-1945 Masters of Jazz
Frank Sinatra o/ Tommy Dorsey Dig Down Deep The Song is You! RCA
Geraldo & His Orchestra We Must All Stick Together Wartime Memories - The Wartime Years
The Jesters What Makes a Good American? Little Songs on Big Subjects
Ben Selvin & His Orchestra Happy Days are Here Again The Golden Age of American Sweet Bands Jasmine
Casa Loma Orchestra Happy Days are Here Again The Great Depression ASV Living Era inst.
Sammy Davis Jr. I'll Begin Again Yes I Can! Rhino