Radio Deluxe with John Pizzarelli

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Monday, March 10, 2014

In this episode, Radio Deluxe brings you jazz for your Saturday morning. Streaming from the New York's most deluxe living room, John and Jessica play a big of Melanie Gardot, Catherine Russell, and many more. 

Episode Playlist:

Catherine Russell - Lucille (Bring It Back)

Ray Charles - California Here I Come (The Genius Hits the Road)

Melody Gardot - If the Stars Were Mine (My One and Only Thrill)

Count Basie - Splanky (Live at the Sands)

Frank Sinatra - You Make Me Feel So Young (In Concert: Sinatra at the Sands)

Larry Goldings - Coronation (Long Story Short)

Karrin Allyson - I'm Always Chasing Rainbows ('Round Midnight)

Alan Pasqua - Highwy 14 (My New Old Friend)

Kurt Elling - And We Will Fly (Nightmoves)

John Pizzarelli - Traffic Jam/The Kicker (Double Exposure)

Horace Silver - The Kicker (Song for My Father)

The Harry Allen -Joe Cohn Quartet - Guys and Dolls (Music from Guys and Dolls)

Guys and Dolls OBC - Guys and Dolls (Guys and Dolls OBC)

Kiss Me, Kate OBC - Another Op'nin', Another Show (Kiss Me, Kate OBC)

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum OBC - Comedy Tonight (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum)

Millicent Martin & Julia McKenzie - Can That Boy Foxtrot! (Side by Side by Sondheim)

Diana Krall - Let's Fall in Love (Live in Paris)

Emilie-Claire Barlow - All I Do Is Dream of You (The Very Thought of You)

Patrick Williams - Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night of the Week) (Sinatraland)

All of Me - All of Me (A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra)

Kate McGarry - Ten Little Indians (Genevieve and Ferdinand)

Dave Van Ronk - The Garden State Stomp (Going Back to Brooklyn)

Dave Frishberg - Van Lingle Mungo (Classics)

Harry Allen - Paper Doll (Harry Allen)


Hosted by:

Jessica Molaskey and John Pizzarelli

Comments [1]

Fred Peterson from Los Angeles area

Please forward this to John Pizzarelli:
Hi, John-
Congrats on your wonderful programming on SiriusXM.
Maybe you could help me re a little research.

In 1956 I was training in Canada at the RCAF base at Portage la Prairie. In the Officers’ Mess we had a no-charge juke-box-like player that I think was loaded with 78s. One of my favorites was “Skyliner” by Charlie Barnet. I would like to find out, and acquire, a recording of that same version. I have downloaded a similar Charlie Barnet “Club Mix” version of Skyliner… “Electro Swing, the Club”, but I think it’s not quite the same. Can you provide any info on what version I might have been listening to in 1956?

Best wishes, Fred Peterson E/m:

Jun. 27 2014 01:36 PM

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