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"Divaville Lounge" with Sarah O (archive)

step into the lounge!
Sunday, November 18, 2007 | 15:00 to 17:00 | jazz/pop vocalists

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Johnny Mercer Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive Great American Songwriters: Johnny Mercer Rhino happy birthday Johnny Mercer!
Benny Goodman And the Angels Sing Benny Columbia inst.
Johnny Mercer & Jack Teagarden Fare Thee Well to Halrmen Drop me Off in Harlem ASV w/ Paul Whiteman orch.
Johnny Mercer & Nat King Cole My Baby Likes to BeBop The Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic
Johnny Mercer & Bing Crosby Mr. Meadowlark Bing Crosby Duets
Johnny Mercer & Jack Teagarden The Old Music Master Capitol Records from the Vaults, Vol. 1 Capitol w/ Paul Whiteman orch.
Bob Crosby and the Bobcats At the Jazz Band Ball At the Jazz Band Ball Past Perfect inst.
Frank Luther Out of Breath and Scared to Death of You Too Marvelous for Words ASV Mercer's first published song
Ethel Merman Satan's Little Lamb I Get a Kick Out of You Flapper Mercer's first recorded song 1932
Hoagy Carmichael Lazy Bones Stardust Melody: Hoagy Carmichael and Friends RCA Mercer's first hit and first collaberation with Carmichael 1933
Nat King Cole Trio Laura The Complete Capitol Recordings Mosaic inst.
Johnny Mercer & Judy Garland Friendship The Complete Decca Masters MCA Mercer's great love
June Christy I Remember You Spotlight on June Christy Capitol written for Judy
Frank Sinatra One for My Baby The Capitol Years Capitol written for Judy
Esquivel One for My Baby More of Other Worlds, Other Sounds Reprise inst.
Johnny Mercer Blues in the Night Too Marvelous for Words Capitol coauthored Harold Arlen
Anita O'Day & Gene Krupa Skylark Uptown Sony coauthored Hoagy Carmichael
Mel Torme My Shining Hour Mel Torme in Hollywood Verve coauthored Harold Arlen
Frank Sinatra (How Little It Matters) How Little We Know The Capitol Years Capitol coauthored Hoagy Carmichael
The Three Suns Glow Worm 1949-1956 Circle inst.
Bing Crosby You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby Bing! Legendary Years MCA composer Harry Warren
Mildred Bailey w/ Red Norvo Orch. Cuckoo in the Clock Mrs. Swing Proper UK composer Walter Donaldson
Fred Astaire Just Like Taking Candy from a Baby Starring Fred Astaire Columbia composer Robert Emmet Dolan
Helen Ward Day In Day Out Queen of Big Band Swing ASV composer Rube Bloom
Johnny Mercer Glow Worm Too Marvelous for Words Capitol composer Paul Lincke
Billie Holiday Too Marvelous for Words The Lady in Autumn Verve composer Richard Whiting
Ella Fitzgerald Midnight Sun The Complete Songbooks Verve composer Sonny Burke & Lionel Hampton)
The Three Suns Dream 1949-1956 Circle inst. composer Johnny Mercer
Julie London Goody Goody The Very Best of Julie London Capitol composer Johnny Mercer
Dinah Washington I wanna be around Sweet and Lovely: Great Ladies of Song Capitol composer Johnny Mercer
Louis Armstrong Jeepers Creepers The Ultimate Collection Polygram composer Johnny Mercer
Sammy! Somethings Gotta Give Yes I Can! Rhino composer Johnny Mercer
Blossom Dearie Charade May I Come In? UMVD composer Henry Mancini
Johnny Mercer Summer Wind My Huckeberry Friend DRG Johnny Mercer's last hit, 1965
Don Swan Hooray for Hollywood Mambo Fever Capitol inst. composer Richard Whiting
Judy Garland The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe The Complete Decca Masters MCA Academy Award winner 1946
Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening Great American Songwriters: Johnny Mercer Rhino Academy Award winner 1951
Audrey Hepburn Moon River Music from the Films of Audrey Hepburn Academy Award winner 1961
Peggy Lee The Days of Wine and Roses And the Winner Is ... Capitol Sings the Best Movie Songs Capitol Academy Award winner 1962
George Shearing Days of Wine and Roses Mondo Hollywood Capitol inst. composer Henry Mancini
Martha Tilton w/ Benny Goodman Gotta Get some Shut-eye Radio & Recording Rarities Lowlights composer Walter Donaldson