Sunday with Schwartz - December 8, 2013

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Sunday, December 08, 2013

By the time Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim recorded their album together, Bossa Nova had erupted within jazz and pop audiences. In 1967, Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim was released and Jonathan has the inside story. 




Small Potatoes – Waltz Of The Wallflowers -  Waltz Of The Wallflowers

Rebecca Parris – Love Comes And Goes – Love Comes And Goes

Frank Sinatra – Home On The Range – The Columbia Years:  1943-1952

Johnny Mercer – I Got Out Of Bed On The Right Side – Demonstration Recording

Esther Williams – I Got Out Of Bed On The Right Side – Dangerous When Wet

Kate McGarry – The Lamp Is Low – The Target

Frank Sinatra – It Came Upon A The Midnight Clear – The Sinatra Christmas Album

Rebecca Luker – Greenwich Time – Greenwich Time

Andre Previn – All The Things You Are – Songs By Jerome Kern

Paul Weston – All The Things You Are – The Columbia Album Of Jerome Kern

Nat King Cole – The Christmas Song – The Complete Capitol Recordings Of The Nat King Cole Trio

Miles Davis – Someday My Prince Will Come – Love Songs

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got You Under My Skin – Songs For Swingin’ Lovers

Frank Sinatra – Day In, Day Out – Nice ‘n’ Easy

Frank Sinatra – The Nearness Of You – Nice ‘n’ Easy

Frank Sinatra – With Every Breath I Take – Close To You

Frank Sinatra – It’s Sunday – The Reprise Collection

Frank Sinatra – From This Moment On – A Swingin’ Affair

Frank Sinatra – My Blue Heaven – Sinatra’s Swingin’ Session

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm – Ring A Ding Ding

Frank Sinatra – I Love You – Sinatra & Swingin’ Brass

Frank Sinatra – East Of The Sun – I Remember Tommy

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got A Crush On You – Sinatra Sings Gershwin

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got You Under My Skin – Songs For Swingin’ Lovers

The Hampton String Quartet – Let It Snow – What If Mozart Had Written “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.”   

Tierney Sutton – O Come All Ye Faithful – Spirit Of The Carols

Tierney Sutton – April In Paris/Free Man In Paris – After Blue

Tony Bennett – I’ve Got Just About Everything – When Lights Are Low

Marty Winkler – I Gotta Stop Breaking My Own Heart – Heavenly Bodies

Brian Stokes Mitchell – What Kind Of Fool Am I? – Simply Broadway

Astrud Gilberto/Stan Getz – The Girl From Ipanema – The Girl From Ipanema:The Antonio Carlos Jobim Songbook

Ron Renninger – Twilight – Another Kite To Fly

Patrick Williams –There You Go Again – Aurora

Ella Fitzgerald – Nice Work If You Can Get It - Twelve Nights In Hollywood

Ella Fitzgerald – I Can’t Get Started - Twelve Nights In Hollywood

Ella Fitzgerald – Give Me The Simple Life - Twelve Nights In Hollywood

Ella Fitzgerald – Caravan - Twelve Nights In Hollywood

John Lennon – Imagine – Imagine

The Beatles – Hey, Jude – The Beatles, 1967-1970

Frank Sinatra – I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now – String Along

Lynn Stein – Meet Me At No Special Place – Everything I Got

Jack Jones – Rosalie – Bewitched

Jon Davis – So In Love – Beauty And The Blues

Emerson String Quartet – Rectus - The Art Of The Fugue

Mel Torme – Keeping Myself For You – Lulu’s Back In Town

Frank Sinatra – Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection

Nancy Harms – I’m Pulling Through – In The Indigo

Nancy LaMott – What Child Is This?/I Wonder As I Wander – Just In Time For Christmas


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Comments [3]

Victoria Booth from Brooklyn NY

Hello! Today on your show you played a performance from I believe Town Hall NYC & if I'm correct there was a folk group singing. A line from their song was something of the such, "We will go to your brother's children's violin recital...." Can you please identify the song/group. Thank you so very much!

Dec. 08 2013 08:05 PM
bill from NYC

Hi there -
I discover so much great music on your show - thanks so much, keep it up!
Today (Sun 12/08) you played some great music by Tierney Sutton. Please identify the Christmas song which you played before "April in Paris", so that I can down load it.
Thanks so much,

Bill Markle

Dec. 08 2013 06:21 PM
Captain Eddie from Villanova, PA.

As always, just another "thank you" for keeping this music alive.
From a grateful daily listener.

And oh, how I/we would love a current listing what we're listening to.....

Dec. 08 2013 02:04 PM

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