Jonathan's Weekend Playlists

Monday, August 25, 2014

Saturday, August 23 2014

Mose Allison - You Can't Push People Around - Jazz Profile: Mose Allison
Stacey Kent - Shall We Dance - Let Yourself Go
Stacey Kent - Shall We Dance - In Love Again
Jo Stafford - Where Are You - The Portrait Edition
Take 6 - Sweet Georgia Brown - The Standard
Tierney Sutton - Answer Me My Love - After Blue
Stan Getz - Sweet Rain - Sweet Rain
Peggy Lee - Ready To Begin Again - Peggy Lee Sings Leiber And Stoller
Loston Harris - You Can't Love 'Em All - Swingfully Yours
Helen Carr - Why Do I Love You - The Complete Bethlehem Collection
Joe Mooney - Crazy She Calls Me - Lush Life
Dave McKenna - A Gal In Calico - Dancing In The Dark
Sarah Vaughan - You Turned The Tables On Me - Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan
Frank Sinatra - The Way You Look Tonight - The V-Discs, Volume 1
Frank Sinatra - Aren't You Glad You're You - The V-Discs, Volume 2
Frank Sinatra - Speak Low - The V-Discs, Volume 1
Frank Sinatra/Dinah Shore - The Night Is Young And You're So Beautiful - The V-Discs, Volume 2
Frank Sinatra - I'll Be Around - The V-Discs, Volume 1
Frank Sinatra - Ol' Man River - The V-Discs, Volume 2
Frank Sinatra - Too Marvelous For Words - Songs For Swingin' Lovers
Frank Sinatra - If I Had You - A Swingin' Affair
Frank Sinatra - The House I Live In - 1961 Inaugural Gala
Frank Sinatra - Once I Loved - Sinatra-Jobim
Frank Sinatra - A Cottage For Sale - No One Cares
Frank Sinatra - The Gal That Got Away/It Never Entered My Mind - She Shot Me Down
Count Basie - Unbeknownst - The Kansas City Suite
Meredith D'Ambrosio - You And The Night And The Music - By Myself
Jessica Molaskey - Growing Pains - Make Believe
Judy Garland - In Between - Collector's Gems From The MGM Films
Miles Davis - Stella By Starlight - Love Songs
Polly Gibbons - So Good - Many Faces Of Love
Al Jarreau - The Masquerade Is Over - 1965
Bing Crosby - Far Away Places - Crosby Classics
Jackie Allen - Living Without You - Tangled
Jackie Allen - I'll Be Around - Love Is Blue
Frank Sinatra - I Can't Believe I'm Losing You - Softly, As I Leave You
Sandy Stewart/Bill Charlap - Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe/A Sleepin Bee -
    Love Is Here To Stay
Trio Concertant - Zingaro - Trio Concertant
Mark Murphy/Fred Hersh - Last Night When We Were Young - Last Night When We Were Young
Curtis Stigers - Love Is Here To Stay - Hooray For Love
Carly Simon/James Taylor - Mockingbird - Hotcakes
Polly Gibbons - Not Like This - Many Faces Of Love
Polly Gibbons - Please Send Me Someone To Love - Many Faces Of Love
Maria Friedman - Now And Then - Now And Then
Tony Bennett - When Joanna Loved Me - The Many Moods Of Tony
Bobby McFerrin - Brief Eternity - Vocabularies
The Cleveland Jazz Orchestra - Darn That Dream - Traditions
Bob And Ray - Bomb Deactivator - The Best Of Bob And Ray
Travelin' Light - Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home - Makin' Whoopee
Frank Sinatra - Let's Fall In Love - Ring A Ding Ding
Nancy LaMott -  If I Loved You - What's Good About Goodbye

Sunday, August 24 2014

Abbey Lincoln - Throw It Away - A Turtle's Dream
Miles Davis - Bye Bye Blackbird - The Essential Miles Davis
Diana Panton - Please Be Kind - Pink
Brian Stokes Mitchell - Some Other Time - Simply Broadway
Ann Hampton Callaway - In A Mellow Tone - From Sassy To Divine
Charlie Haden/Pat Metheny - Two For The Road - Beyond The Missouri Sky
Melody Gardot - Mira - The Absence
Harold Arlen - Last Night When We Were Young - The 1955 Walden Sessions
Tierney Sutton - Devil May Care - I'm With The Band
Neil Young - Ohio - Greatest Hits
Helen Merrill - When Lights Are Low - Music Makers
Frank Sinatra - I Hadn't Anyone Till You - Sinatra And Strings
Frank Sinatra - Moonlight Becomes You - Moonlight Sinatra
Frank Sinatra - I Have Dreamed - The Concert Sinatra
Frank Sinatra - All My Tomorrows - My Way
Frank Sinatra - You Are There - The World We Knew
Frank Sinatra - More Than You Know - Trilogy
Frank Sinatra - She Says - Watertown
Frank Sinatra - I Like The Sunrise - Francis A. & Edward K.
Frank Sinatra - The Game Is Over - The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings
Ray Kennedy - By Myself - The Music Of Arthur Schwartz
Dave McKenna - By Myself - Dancing In The Dark
Fred Astaire - By Myself - The Band Wagon
Albert Brooks - Phone Call To Americans - A Star Is Bought
The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun - Abbey Road
John Coltrane - Acknowledgement - A Love Supreme
Cyrille Aimee - Caravan - It's A Good Day
Tony Bennett - A Weaver Of Dreams/There Will Never Be Another You - Astoria
Tony Bennett - Forget The Woman - The Art Of Excellence
Tony Bennett - Moonlight In Vermont - Here's To The Ladies
Tony Bennett - Where Did The Magic Go - Astoria
Polly Gibbons - Love Comes And Goes - Many Faces Of Love
Buddy Rich/Cathy Rich - The Beat Goes On - Big Swing Face
Kenny Rankin - Because Of You - Because Of You
Nancy Wilson - Sufferin' With The Blues - The Best Of Nancy Wilson
Kate McGarry - This Is Always - Show Me
Nina Simone - Since I Fell For You - Since I Fell For You
Fred Astaire - Lovely To Look At - The Astaire Story
Beverly Kenney - A Woman's Intuition - Beverly Kenney Sings For Playboys
Frank Sinatra - Let's Get Lost - Sentimental Journey: Hits From The Second World War
Count Basie - The Queen Bee - Straight Ahea
Mel Torme - Let's Call The Whole Thing Off - Mel Torme Sings Fred Astaire
Ella Fitzgerald/Louis Armstrong - Let's Call The Whole Thing Off - Ella And Louis Again
Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers - Let's Call The Whole Thing Off - Fred Astaire At RKO
The McGarrigle Sisters - Kiss And Say Goodbye - Kate And Anna McGarrigle
Joni Mitchell - Carey - Hits
Cyrille Aimee - Good Morning Cowboy - Smile
Pete McGuinness - Who Cares - Voice Like A Horn
Kate Smith - God Bless America - American Songbook Series: Irving Berlin
Frank Sinatra -  Someone To Watch Over Me - Nice 'n' Easy
Bobby Broom - My Ideal - My Shining Hour
Nancy LaMott - I Got The Sun In The Morning - Listen To My Heart


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