Jonathan's Weekend Playlists

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Saturday, July 26 2014

Lee Michaels – Heighty Hi - Lee Michaels
Cyrille Aimee – September in the Rain – Burstin’ Out
Dick Haymes – I Love You Samantha – Keep It Simple
Ray Kennedy – Haunted Heart - The Ray Kennedy Trio Plays The Music Of Arthur Schwartz
Bob Dylan – Forever Young - Planet Waves
Diana Panton – Five Minutes More - Pink
Diana Panton – If The Moon Turns Green - If The Moon Turns Green
Stephen Pasquale – In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning -Somethin' Like Love
Count Basie - How Sweet It is - Warm Breeze
Esther Williams - I Got Out of Bed on The Right Side - Dangerous When Wet
Johnny Mercer – I Got Out of Bed on the Right Side - Demonstration Record
Frank Sinatra with the Basie Band – Fly Me To The Moon - Sinatra-Basie
Frank Sinatra – It’s Easy To Remember - Close To You
Frank Sinatra – We’ll Be Together Again - Songs For Swingin' Lovers
Frank Sinatra – From This Moment On - A Swingin' Affair
Frank Sinatra – Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home - Where Are You
Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got The World On A String - The Complete Capitol Singles Collection
Frank Sinatra – Too Marvelous For Words - Songs For Swingin' Lovers
Frank Sinatra – Winners - Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back
Frank Sinatra – Winners - Demonstration Record
Frank Sinatra – Winners - Demonstration Record
Stan Getz/Gerry Mulligan -  I Didn’t Know What Time It Was - Getz Meets Mulligan In Hi-Fi
Nancy LaMott – I Didn’t Know What Time It Was - Live At Tavern On The Green
Katharine Greene - The Song Is You - Demonstration Record
Cyrille Aimee – Long As You’re Living - Burstin' Out Brian Stokes Mitchell – Sorry, Grateful - Simply Broadway
Tommy Cecil and Bill Mays – Anyone Can Whistle - Side By Side
Dianne Reeves -  Darn That Dream - A Little Moonlight 
George Shearing – Darn That Dream - Long Hot Summer
Mel Torme/Gerry Mulligan – Darn That Dream - Re-birth Of The Cool
Nancy Harms – Midnight Sun - Dreams in Apartments 
Al Jarreau - A Sleepin’ Bee - 1965
Mary Stallings – Serenade in Blue - I Waited For You 
Louis Armstrong – It Takes Two to Tango - All Time Greatest Hits
Lester Young – It Takes Two to Tango - Lester Young With The Oscar Peterson Trio
Gary Urwin Jazz Orchestra – Lush Life/Adagio for Strings - Living In The Moment 
Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got You Under My Skin - Songs For Swingin' Lovers 
Kate McGarry – I Just Found Out About Love  - Girl Talk 
Nat King Cole – Night Lights - Night Lights 
Cyrille Aimee – Long As You're Living - Burstin' Out 
Nancy LaMott – Sophisticated Lady - Ask Me Again

Sunday, July 29 2014

Eydie Gormé - When the Wind Was Green - Love Is A Season
Eydie Gormé - If He Walked Into My Life - The Hits Of Steve Lawrence And Eydie Gorme
John Pizzarelli - I Remember - Bossa Nova
Diana Panton - Manha De Carnaval - To Brazil With Love
Frank Sinatra - A Day in the Life of a Fool - My Way
Cyrille Aimee - Dindi - Bursitn' Out
Nelson Riddle - Little Girl Blue – Nelson Riddle Interprets Great Music, Great Films, Great Sounds
Paul Marinaro - Devil May Care - Without A Song
Blossom Dearie - Manhattan - Once Upon A Summertime
Rebecca Luker/Paul Schwatz - Habanera – Aria Seg 2:
Frank Sinatra - When You’re Smiling – Sinatra's Swingin' Session
Frank Sinatra - I Could Have Danced All Night – Come Dance With Me
Frank Sinatra - I Believe – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection
Frank Sinatra - Take a Chance – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection
Frank Sinatra - Same Old Saturday Night – This Is Sinatra, Volume 2
Frank Sinatra - Lonesome Road – A Swingin' Affair
Frank Sinatra - Pennies from Heaven – Songs For Swingin' Lovers
Frank Sinatra - Sunday – Swing Easy
Frank Sinatra - You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me – Songs For Swingin' Lovers
Frank Sinatra - The Coffee Song – Ring A Ding Ding
Diana Panton - My Ideal - Diana Panton - Pink
Bob and Ray – Charles The Poet - Vintage Bob & Ray Vol. 2
Count Basie/Oscar Peterson - Memories of You – Night Rider
Diana Panton - Destination Moon - If The Moon Turns Green
Chet Baker - Darn That Dream – The Best Of Chet Baker Plays
Jackie and Roy - Darn That Dream – Bits & Pieces and Free & Easy
Mandy Patinkin/Michael Grody - Poems – Oscar & Steve
Audra Macdonald - Edelweiss – Go Back Home Seg 3:
Anita O’Day - Love Me or Leave Me – Anita Sings The Most
Frank Sinatra - Love Me or Leave Me – Perfectly Frank
Ruth Brown - I’m gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town – The Big Band Sound Of Thad Jones-Mel Lewis
Brian Stokes Mitchell - It Ain’t Necessarily So – Simply Broadway
Rebecca Kilgore - My Heart is a Hobo – The Music Of Jimmy Van Heusen
Errol Flynn – Amanda McBroom - A Waiting Heart
Mel Torme - Autumn in New York – Songs Of New York
Diana Panton - I’ve Told Ev’ry Little Star - If The Moon Turns Green
Count Basie - Basie-Straight Ahead – Straight Ahead
Eydie Gormé - What Did I have That I Don’t Have – The Hits Of Steve Lawrence And Eydie Gorme Seg 4:
Eydie Gormé - Love Letters - Eydie In Love
Eydie Gormé - Every time We Say Goodbye - Softly, As I Leave You
Jimmy Van Heusen - You My Love – Jimmy Van Heusen Plays Jimmy Van Heusen
Frank Sinatra - You, My Love – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection
Rebecca Luker - He Never Did That Before – Greenwich Time
The Konrad Paszkudzki Trio - It Ain’t Necessarily So – The Konrad Paszkudzki Trio
Cyrille Aimee - It Don’t Mean a Thing if it Ain’t Got That Swing – Burstin' Out
Nancy Lamott - Right As The Rain – Ask Me Again
Sandy Stewart/Bill Charlap - It Might As Well Be Spring – Love Is Here To Stay
Dick Haymes - What’s New – What's New
Audra McDonald - I Wish I Were In Love Again – Happy Songs
Ray Charles & Betty Carter - Side By Side – Ray Charles & Betty Carter
Barbra Streisand - How Are Things In Glocca Morra?/Heather On The Hill – Release Me
Frank Sinatra - Love Walked In – Sinatra Swings



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Jennifer from New York, NY

Thank you for posting these lists! If I understand correctly, Jonathan plays whatever he wants, switching things around and/or popping in impromptu songs if he wants-----and then someone follows along and takes the playlist notes. Brilliant!

Jul. 30 2014 11:47 AM

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