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Friday, January 17, 2014

Join Jonathan Schwartz live in the studio today from noon to 3PM ET. Jonathan, who has been host on WNYC for the past 14 years, hosts and curates the playlist, playing the music you know and love.

 

Playlist:

Frank Sinatra - Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams - Songs For Young Lovers & Swing Easy

Sarah Vaughan - You Hit The Spot - Swingin' Easy

Annette Sanders - Rhode Island Is Famous For You - Everything I Love

Tony Bennett - I Used to Be Color Blind - Life Is Beautiful

Mel Torme – Manhattan - Songs of New York

Margaret Whiting - Yesterdays - Sings The Jerome Kern Songbook

Chet Baker - Long Ago And Far Away - The Best Of Chet Baker Sings

Count Basie - Warm Breeze - Warm Breeze

Mel Torme – Manhattan - Songs of New York

Doris Day – Yes - Duet

Fats Waller - Two Sleepy People - The Very Best of Fats Waller

Tony DeSare - Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You - Last First Kiss

Ella Fitzgerald - Treat Me Rough - Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George and Ira Gershwin Song Book

Nancy Wilson - Midnight Sun - Nancy Wilson Ballads, Blues & Big Bands: The Best of Nancy Wilson

Bing Crosby - Bob White - The Songs of Johnny Mercer

Jeri Southern - Weren't We Fools - Meets Cole Porter/At the Crescendo

Nat King Cole - When I Grow Too Old To Dream - The Complete After Midnight Sessions

Benny Goodman - We'll Meet Again - Sentimental Journey: Hits From The Second World War

Frank Sinatra - When I Lost You - The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings

Billie Holiday - A Fine Romance - Billie Holiday First Issue: The Great American Song Book

Jonathan Schwartz - By Myself - New Sun in the Sky

Caetano Veloso - So In Love - A Forgeign Sound

Carly Simon - By Myself/I See Your Face Before Me - My Romance

Nelson Riddle - Bye Bye Blues - The Joy of Living/Love is a Game of Poker

Ella Fitzgerald - You're An Old Smoothie - Ella Swings Lightly

Frank Sinatra - Only The Lonely - Frank Sinatra Sings For Only The Lonely

Eydie Gorme - I Wanna Be Around - Don't Go to Strangers/Softly As I Leave You

Oscar Peterson - The Song is Ended - The Song is You:Best of the Verve Songbooks

Nat King Cole - Alone Too Long - The Classic Singles

Ella Fitzgerald - Shall We Dance - Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George and Ira Gershwin Song Book

Stacey Kent - Shall We Dance - Let Yourself Go

Nancy LaMott - What's Good About Goodbye? - Ask Me Again

Frank Sinatra - That's Life - Nothing But The Best

Jackie Allen – Lazy Afternoon – Love Is Blue

Mel Torme - It's A Blue World - It's A Blue World

Shirley Horn - Get Out Of Town - Close Enough For Love

Bobby Darin - All By Myself - Spotlight On Bobby Darin

Dinah Shore - The Gypsy - Sentimental Journey:Pop Vocal Classics, Vol 1 (1942-1946)

Frank Sinatra - The Gypsy - The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings

Stan Getz - There's A Small Hotel - The Jazz Giants Play Rodgers & Hart

Tony Bennett - There's A Small Hotel - Tony Bennett Sings the Rodgers & Hart Songbook

Kat Gang - Something To Remember You By - Kat Gang

Bill Henderson - All Or Nothing At All - Bill Henderson with The Oscar Peterson Trio

Frank Sinatra - The Lady Is A Tramp - The Capitol Years

Frank Sinatra - The Way You Look Tonight - The V-Discs Volume 1

Frank Sinatra - The Way You Look Tonight - Nothing But The Best

Frank Sinatra - The Birth of the Blues - The Best of the Columbia Years 1943-1952

 

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