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Monday, March 24, 2014

Heralded as “a leading member of a new generation of composers" by The New York Times, Tony award winning composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown, is a master of melody. This week, he stops by The Deluxe Apartment to talk with John and Jessica about his current project, The Bridges of Madison County

Episode Playlist:

Esther Williams & Cast - I Got out of Bed on the Right Side (Dangerous When Wet OMPS)

Bobby Short - Love Is a Dancing Thing (Nobody Else but Me)

Jessica Molaskey - Happy Habit (A Kiss to Build a Dream On)

Chicago Jazz Orch./Cyrille Aimee - What a Little Moonlight Can Do (Burstin' Out)

Catherine Russell - I'm in the Mood for Love (Strictly Romancin')

John Pizzarelli - So Danco Samba (Bossa Nova)

Jason Robert Brown - I Could Be in Love With Someone Like You (Wearing Someone Else's Clothes)

The Last Five Years OBC - A Summer in Ohio (The Last Five Years OC)

Steven Pasquale & Kelli O'Hara - Falling Into You (The Bridges of Madison County OBC)

Jessica Molaskey & Jason Robert Brown - Stars and the Moon (Songs for a New World)

Whitney Bashor - Another Life (The Bridges of Madison County OBC)

Songs for a New World - Hear My Song (Songs for a New World)

Dean Martin - Standing on the Corner (Dino: The Essential Dean Martin)

Annie Ross - T’ain't What You Do (Skylark)

Stan Getz with Gerry Mulligan - Anything Goes (Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Let's Call the Whole Thing Off (The Best of Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong)

John Pizzarelli - You've Got to Be Carefully Taught (With a Song in My Heart)

Sarah Vaughan - I'm Glad There Is You (Eight Classic Albums)

Louis Prima - I Feel So Smoochie (Say It With a Slap)

 

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Comments [2]

Frank from Manhattan

I would like to listen to past shows of Radio Deluxe. Can that be done? And how?

Apr. 20 2014 07:20 PM
Stephen Hendrickson from new york city

Are past shows listed as Archived available to listen to or download. I cannot find any button that says "listen" or "play".

Mar. 23 2014 04:27 PM

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