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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The Jonathan Channel provides an intimate, insightful, and original approach to the Great American Songbook. You can enjoy this eclectic mix of beloved music by visiting


Frank Sinatra - I Like to Lead When I Dance - Sinatra Sings the Songs of Van Heusen and Cahn

Jo Stafford - I Don't Want to Walk Without You - G.I. Jo

Nat King Cole - Blame It On My Youth - The Complete After Midnight Sessions

Ella Fitzgerald - All Too Soon - Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Duke Ellington Songbook

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

Nancy LaMott - It Might As Well Be Spring - Beautiful Baby

Mel Torme - Just A Sittin' And A Rockin' - The Duke Ellington & Count Basie Songbooks

Beverly Kenney - The More I See You - Sings with Jimmy Jones & the Basie-ites

Dianne Reeves - Fascinatin' Rhythm - The Calling: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan

John Pizzarelli - Jamboree Jones - Unreleased Demo

Bing Crosby - June In January - Bing His Legendary Years 1931 to 1957

Nelson Riddle - June In January - The Joy of Living/Love is a Game of Poker

Jimmy Dorsey - They're Either Too Young Or Too Old - The Songs of Dietz & Schwartz

Norah Jones - Carnival Town - Feels Like Home

Mildred Bailey - Tennessee Fish Fry - The Complete Columbia Recordings

Frank Sinatra – Imagination - I Remember Tommy

Louis Armstrong - Memories of You - Sentimental Journey: Hits From The Second World War

Rebecca Kilgore - I Saw Stars - I Saw Stars

Tony Bennett - I Got Lost In Her Arms - The Art Of Excellence

Sarah Vaughan - You're My Everything - The Songs of Harry Warren

Jack Jones - Who Can I Turn To - Jack Jones Paints a Tribute to Tony Bennett

Ella Fitzgerald - Out of this World - Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Harold Arlen Song Book

Carly Simon - You Are My Sunshine - Into White

Diana Krall - I Don't Know Enough About You - Love Scenes

Michael Feinstein - Rhode Island Is Famous For You - The Songs of Dietz & Schwartz

Mandy Patinkin - You Are Beautiful - Oscar & Steve

Carmen McRae - I'm Through With Love - After Glow

Sylvia McNair - I Wonder What Became of Me - Come Rain or Come Shine: The Harold Arlen Songbook

Frank Sinatra - South of the Border - The Complete Capitol Singles Collection

Frank Sinatra - The Man in the Looking Glass - September of My Years

Frank Sinatra - I See It Now - September of My Years

Bill Charlap - I'm Old Fashioned - I'm Old Fashioned

Jonathan Schwartz - I'm Old Fashioned - Anyone Would Love You

Billy Eckstine - Lullaby of the Leaves - Compact Jazz

Blossom Dearie - Everything I've Got - Blossom Dearie

Tony Bennett - Everybody Has The Blues - The Art Of Excellence

Count Basie - All Of Me - Sinatra At The Sands

Nancy Wilson - Satin Doll - Nancy Wilson Ballads, Blues & Big Bands: The Best of Nancy Wilson

Count Basie - All Of Me - Sinatra At The Sands

Kenny Rankin - Blame It On My Youth - Professional Dreamer

Annette Sanders - Love Dance - Everything I Love

Joe Mooney - Polka Dots and Moonbeams - Lush Life: Joe Mooney's Songs

Frank Sinatra - In The Still Of The Night - Ring-A-Ding Ding!

Frank Sinatra - Jeepers Creepers - Songs For Young Lovers & Swing Easy

Frank Sinatra - If You Are But a Dream - The Best of the Columbia Years 1943-1952


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Comments [2]

Bob from New York

Found the schedule on The Jonathan Channel website... my mistake. Great show as always.

Jan. 15 2014 03:08 PM
Bob from New York

Hi Jonathan,

Working from home, I'm really enjoying your new live broadcasts Wednesday through Friday. Thanks.

Jan. 15 2014 02:03 PM

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