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Everybody Loves My Baby - January 4, 2014

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Saturday, January 04, 2014

Brigitte Bardot is most known for her film career in the 1950's and 1960's. In addition to her work as an actress, Jonathan Schwartz reminds us, Bardot enjoyed success as a musician. During the 60's and 70's Bardot recorded several albums, in both French and English. In 1968, Bardot released a self-titled album complete with big band arrangements - including the standard Everybody Loves My Baby.

 

 

Playlist:

John Proulx – Do Nothin’ Til You Hear From Me - Moon And Sand

Anita O’Day – I Used To Be Color Blind – Pick Yourself Up

Kate McGarry – Life In America – Demonstration Recording

Meredith D’Ambrosio – You And The Night And The Music – By Myself

Eric Comstock – When Lights Are Low - No One Knows

Freddy Cole – Mam’selle – Talk To Me

James Moody – Love And Marriage – Young At Heart

Rebecca Luker – Unusual Way – Greenwich Time

Steven Pasquale – In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning – Somethin’ Like Love

Sandy Stewartt – Always – Love Is Here To Stay

Neil Young – Harvest Moon – Greatest Hits

Maria Friedman - Now And Then – Now And Then

Mandy Patinkin – No More – Mandy Patinkin

Jane Monheit – The Eagle And Me – Home

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got The World On A String – The Capitol Years

Frank Sinatra – I Believe – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection

Frank Sinatra – Lean Baby – Point Of No Return

Frank Sinatra – Stars Fell On Alabama – A Swingin’ Affair

Frank Sinatra – On The Sunny Side Of The Street – Come Swing With Me

Frank Sinatra – I Could Have Danced All Night – Come Dance With Me

Frank Sinatra – Blue Moon – Sinatra’s Swingin’ Session

Frank Sinatra – Swingin’ Down The Lane – Songs For Swingin’ Lovers

Frank Sinatra – Let’s Get Away From It All – Come Fly With Me

Frank Sinatra – Swingin’ On A Star – Academy Award Winners

Frank Sinatra - I Love Paris – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection

Clayton/Hamilton Jazz Orchestra - Shout Me Out! – Shout Me Out!

The McGarrigle Sisters – Talk To Me Of Mendocino – Kate & Anna McGarrigle

Jackie Paris – Everytime We Say Goodbye – The Intimate Jackie Paris

Ray Charles/Betty Carter – Everytime We Say Goodbye – Ray Charles And Betty Carter

Tierney Sutton – Big Yellow Taxi – After Blue

Tierney Sutton – Court And Spark – After Blue

Tony Bennett/Bill Evans – But Beautiful – The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album

Konrad Paszkudzki – I Won’t Dance – The Konrad Paszkudzki Trio

Frank Sinatra – I Won’t Dance – A Swingin’ Affair

Jefferson Airplane – Lather – Time Machine

Gerry Mulligan – People Will Say We’re In Love – The Complete Gerry Mulligan Quartet With Chet Baker

Barbra Streisand – Didn’t We – Release Me

Loston Harris – Nice Work If You Can Get It - Swingfully Yours

Fats Waller – Keepin’ Out Of Mischief Now – Greatest Hits

Brian Stokes Mitchell – The Impossible Dream – Simply Broadway

Diana Panton – I’ve Told Every Little Star – If The Moon Turns Green...

Hilary Gardner – Autumn In New York – The Great City

Dakota Staton – Crazy He Calls Me – Spotlight On Dakota Staton

Mel Torme – Just A Sittin’ And A Rockin’ – The Duke Ellington & Count Basie Songbooks

Mel Torme – Perfidia - Ole Torme

Mel Torme – I’m Gonna Laugh You Right Out Of My Life – Torme

Mel Torme – My Time Of Day – Songs Of New York

Mel Torme – That Old Feeling – Torme

Beverly Kenney – The Things We Did Last Summer - Snuggled On Your Shoulder

Irene Kral – The Touch Of Your Lips - Better Than Anything

Frank Sinatra – Golden Moment – My Kind Of Broadway

Nancy LaMott – What’s Good About Goodbye/The Promise – What’s Good About Goodbye

 

 

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Comments [9]

Patsy1 from NJ

When did Michael first appear on your radio show?

Jan. 25 2014 06:32 PM
Tom Thompson

Are playlists available for the Jonatah Schwartz show? If so, where, and for what time period? If not, I'm sure many listeners would appreciate that service. Thanks.

Tom T..

Jan. 06 2014 01:26 PM
Federico from NYC

Looking for the playlist; the spare, bass-and-melody version of "Do Nothing Till You Hear it from Me" was great. Who is it?

Jan. 05 2014 11:02 AM
L from Brooklyn

Is there a way to see a playlist of this show? When I go to the 'playlist' section it just sends me here, where I don't see one. There was a piano-based song at about 8:30pm of which I would like to find out the name.

Jan. 04 2014 11:54 PM
L Pleven from NYC

Jonathan,

Are you thinking about The Bitter End?

LP

Jan. 04 2014 10:01 PM
dollyellen from New York, Long Island

Thrilled for all of us to have you and the music anytime we can tune in.
Thanks for the excellence……..

best, Dolly Ellen Friedman a forever fan

Jan. 04 2014 09:13 PM
Philomena Post from Devon, PA

What a great discovery! I'll be listening from now on!

Jan. 04 2014 03:38 PM
James Yeager from Kendall Park N.J.

Dear Jonathan, Thank you for playing this music . My wife and I were distressed when you went to Saturday evenings,
but now your channel will always be there. How lucky you have made us .
Jim

Jan. 04 2014 02:09 PM
sherry deutsch burbach from long Island ny

Vaughn Monroe played Fly Me To The Moon for me at the Commodore Hotel, in the 40's. You are helping me to relive some of the best times in my life, with every song you broadcast.

Jan. 04 2014 12:40 PM

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