A Romantic Radio Deluxe

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Saturday, February 15, 2014

Spend this Valentines Day weekend with the hippest couple on Lexington Avenue - John and Jessica Molaskey. These two will be spinning their favorite jazz records and while keeping the spirit of love alive.

Episode Playlist:

Kate McGarry & Keith Ganz - American Tune (Genevieve and Ferdinand)

Frank Sinatra - Baubles, Bangles and Beads (Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim)

Kurt Elling - They Say It's Wonderful (Dedicated to You - Kurt Elling Sings the Music of Coltrane and Hartman)

The Jeff Hamilton Trio - Lullaby of the Leaves (From Studio 4)

Oscar Peterson & Benny Green - Someday My Prince Will Come (Oscar and Benny)

Nat King Cole Trio - Just You, Just Me (The Complete After Midnight Sessions)

Diana Krall/Ray Brown Trio - I Thought About You (Some of My Best Friends Are…Singers)

Anita O'Day - What a Little Moonlight Can Do (Trav'lin' Light)

Dave McKenna - C Jam Blues (Solo Piano)

Mel Lewis & the Vanguard Orch. - C Jam Blues (20 Years at the Village Vanguard)

Harry Allen Quartet – Paper Doll (Harry Allen)

Mel Torme - The Piccolino (Mel Torme Sings Fred Astaire)

Fred Astaire - The Continental (Steppin' Out: Astaire Sings)

Les Paul - The Carioca (The Lonesome Road)

Monika Borzym - Extarodinary Machine (Monika Borzym)

Gregory Porter - Imitation of Life (Be Good)

Jerry Douglas & Mumford & Sons - The Boxer (Traveler)

Cécile McLorin Salvant & The Jean-Francois Bonnel Paris Quintet - Exactly Like You (Cecile)

Dave Brubeck Quartet featuring Jimmy Rushing - All by Myself (Brubeck & Rushing)

Freddy Cole - Ma, She's Making Eyes at Me (Freddy Cole Sings Mr. B.)

Warren Cache - Dream Dancing (Dream Dancing)

Bill Charlap Trio - America (Somewhere: The Songs of Leonard Bernstein)

Jeff Hamilton Jazz – Three Little Words (Swing That Music)


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Jessica Molaskey and John Pizzarelli
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