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Sunday, December 01, 2013

In this episode, Jonathan shares his childhood memories of Los Angeles, California and The Hollywood Bowl

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 TheJonathanChannel.org.

 

Playlist:

Sarah Vaughan – Until I Met You – Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan

Bobby Troup – Lullaby Of Birdland – The Feeling Of Jazz

Woody Allen – I’m Through With Love – Everyone Says I Love You

Louis Armstrong – Takes Two To Tango – Classics

Lester Young – Takes Two To Tango – The President Plays

Mildred Bailey – Penthouse Serenade – All Of Me

James Taylor – Mean Old Man – October Road

Cassandra Wilson – Tennessee Waltz – Rendezvous

Michael Feinstein – One Day At A Time – Big City Rhythms

Michael Feinstein – How Little We Know – Big City Rhythms

Nat King Cole – How Little We Know – The Songs Of Johnny Mercer

Lauren Bacall – How Little We Know – To Have And Have Not

Stacey Kent – This Happy Madness – The Changing Lights

Tierney Sutton – Answer Me, My Love – After Blue 

Frank Sinatra – Look What You’ve Doine To My Heart – On The Radio

Frank Sinatra – For You – Your Hit Parade

Frank Sinatra – Don’cha Go ‘Way Mad –On The Radio

Frank Sinatra – Don’cha Go ‘Way Mad –Sinatra & Swingin’ Brass

Frank Sinatra – Haunted Heart – Your Hit Parade

Frank Sinatra – Again – A Voice In Time

Frank Sinatra – I Will Wait For You – That’s Life

Frank Sinatra – Sunday – The Unheard Sinatra

Frank Sinatra – Sunday – Swing Easy

Frank Sinatra – Ol’ Man River – The Unheard Sinatra

Bessie Smith – Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town – The Essential Bessie Smith

Brian Stokes Mitchell – How To Handle A Woman – Simply Broadway

Nancy Harms – From My First Moment - Dreams In Apartments

Christian Jacob – Too Close For Comfort – The Christian Jacob Trio

Amanda McBroom – Errol Flynn – A Waiting Heart

Boz Scaggs – For All We Know – But Beautiful

Tony Bennett – Remind Me – Forty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett, Vol. 4

Tony Bennett – Moments Like This – The Art Of Excellence

Tony Bennett – Last Night When We Were Young - Perfectly Frank

Tony Bennett – Until I Met You – Forty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett, Vol. 2

Tony Bennett – It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie – When Lights Were Low

Woody Allen – The Moose - Standup Comic

Ella Fitzgerald/Louis Armstrong – Don’t Be That Way – Ella And Louis Again

Tierney Sutton – Court And Spark - After Blue

Joni Mitchell – Down To You – Court And Spark

Frank Sinatra – That’s Life – That’s Life

Tommy Cecil/Bill Mays – Johanna - Our Time

Sal Viviano - One Of The Good Guys - Closer Than Ever

Christiane Noll - Life Story – Closer Than Ever

Count Basie – After The Rain – Farmer’s Market Barbecue

Loston Harris – Nice Work If You Can Get It – Swingingfully Yours

Kate McGarry – Show Me – Show Me

Mark Murphy – It Amazes Me – Dim The Lights

Cyrille Aimee – Well, You Needn’t – Live At Birdland

Jamie Cullum – Too Close For Comfort – Pointless Nostalgic

Frank Sinatra – Pennies From Heaven – Sinatra-Basie

Frank Sinatra – Crazy Love – The Complete Capital Singles Collection

Nancy LaMott – I’ll Be Home Fior Christmas – Just In Time For Christmas

 

 

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Comments [12]

ed from NYC

I'd be happy to donate $500 per year to WNYC to keep these great songs on the air.

I'll donate $1000 if there was a host who wasn't so pompous

Dec. 02 2013 05:30 PM
Persephone from Pittsburgh

@Victor I think it was Joni Mitchell's "Court and Spark" sung by Tierney Sutton, a cut off her newish album, "After Blue." Jonathan's been playing a lot of music from it, and I've totally fallen for it, because I love both those artists...

Dec. 01 2013 09:18 PM
David J. Panitz from NY

http://greatamericanstandards.blogspot.com

"I had a rendezvous with somebody new?" "Your cousin?" Excuse me? Because all of the blase confessions, I love how the song swings non-chalantly. If you have bad news, best to pretend that it's no big deal. While Ella and Frank both recorded this song, check out Lucy Ann Polk's version.

Dec. 01 2013 07:19 PM
victor from Morningside heights

playlist anywhere?

Dec. 01 2013 06:40 PM
Lois from Forest Hills NY

On the Satie piece...there was an exciting earlier version sung by Cleo Laine...different lyrics...wonderful sound.

Dec. 01 2013 04:59 PM
Mary Beth Busto from Royal Oak, Michigan

'Binder' is the word you're shooting for. :) Great show today - one of those I wish could go on forever!

Dec. 01 2013 03:40 PM

Binders of women.

Dec. 01 2013 03:39 PM
Victor from Morningside Heights

Who did the version of the Joni Mitchell song before Jonathan played Joni singing, "Down To You"?

Dec. 01 2013 03:31 PM
Michael Broder from Brooklyn, NY

Liza does a great version of "Remind Me" on her recent album of intimate ballads. I have from time to time wondered, Jonathan, why you totally overlooked that album. It may not be technically perfect, but it is so full of emotion, passion, and wit--I really wish you would play it on the show.

Dec. 01 2013 02:10 PM
Maurie Leahy from Dallas Tx

I love the sounds, songs and music

Maurice
Dallas, TX

Dec. 01 2013 01:26 PM
Cynzanne from Brooklyn

Now that you've played "Don'cha Go Away Mad" and irritated all your female listeners. Have a nice day.

Dec. 01 2013 01:21 PM
Chuck Genco

"In 1944, when he was 16, Williams was hired by director Howard Hawks to sing vocals that were to be dubbed over the voice of the musically inexperienced 19 year old Lauren Bacall in To Have And Have Not."

Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/entertainment/music_nightlife/Andy-Williams-Lauren-Bacall-and-To-Have-and-Have-Not.html#1iWQ8BoqGtvQLdvO.99

Dec. 01 2013 12:55 PM

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