Sunday with Schwartz

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Sunday, February 09, 2014

Every Sunday, Jonathan Schwartz brings you four hours of stories and songs from the WNYC studios in New York City. If you aren't near a radio when Sunday afternoon comes around, you can always tune in by visiting, or on your phone with the WNYC mobile app.

Episode Playlist:

The Beatles – Hey Jude – The Beatles 1967-1970

Karrin Allyson – Turn Out The Stars – ‘Round Midnight

Tommy Cecil – Finishing The Hat – Our Time

Pete McGuinness – Tea For Two – Voice Like A Horn

Nancy Harms – It Could Happen To You – Dreams In Apartments

Bob Dylan – Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You – Nashville Skyline

Paul Desmond – Then I’ll Be Tired Of You – Desmond Blue

Diana Panton –A Little Girl, A Little Boy, A Little Moon - If The Moon Turns Green

Mel Torme – How Did She Look – Jazz ‘Round Midnight

Rebecca Kilgore – My Heart Is A Hobo – The Music Of Jimmy Van Heusen

Frank Sinatra – Song Of The Sabia – Sinatra-Jobim

Frank Sinatra – Love Isn’t Just For The Young - Softly As I Leave You

Frank Sinatra – Forget To Remember – The Reprise Collection

Frank Sinatra – A Garden In The Rain – Great Songs From Great Britain

Frank Sinatra – I See It Now – September Of My Years

Frank Sinatra – Pretty Colors – Cycles

Frank Sinatra – Pass Me By – Softly As I Leave You

Frank Sinatra – Pocketful Of Miracles – Sinatra’s Sinatra

Frank Sinatra – High Hopes – Classic Sinatra II

Frank Sinatra – Take A Chance – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection

Frank Sinatra – The Moon Was Yellow - The Complete Capitol Singles Collection

Frank Sinatra – The Moon Was Yellow – Moonlight Sinatra

Frank Sinatra – Lush Life – Demonstration Record

Jean-Pierre Rampal – An American In Paris – Fascinatin’ Rampal

Amanda McBroom – Best Friend – Midnight Matinee

Judy Collins – My Father - Who Knows Where The Time Goes

Nancy Lamott – Not Exactly Paris – Listen To My Heart

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

Rebecca Kilgore – That Old Gang Of Mine – I Wish You Love

Craig Carnelia – What You’d Call A Dream – Pictures In The Hall

Kate McGarry – East Of The Sun – Show Me

Brian Stokes Mitchell – Soliloquy – Simply Broadway

Loston Harris – You Can’t Love ‘Em All - Swingfully Yours

Anita O’Day – Lover Come Back To Me –The Lady Is A Tramp

Katie Eagleson – Irving Berlin Medley – In My Fashion

Steven Pasquale – The Lady’s In Love With You - Somethin’ Like Love

Champian Fulton – Darn That Dream – Sometimes I’m Happy

Alex Pangman –Are You Having Any Fun? – Have A Little Fun

Tony Bennett – Are You Having Any Fun? – Basie Swings Bennett Sings

Count Basie – Easin’ It – The Complete Routette Studio Recordings Of Count Basie

Cyrille Aimee – September In The Rain – Burstin’ Out

Boz Scaggs – You Don’t Know What Love Is – But Beautiful

Sarah Vaughan – You Stepped Out Of A Dream – Uptown Lounge

Patricia Barber – You And The Night And The Music – Modern Cool

Astrud Gilberto – The Girl From Ipanema – The Girl From Ipanema

Frank Sinatra – You’ll Always Be The One I Love – The Complete Capitol Singles Collection

Nancy LaMott – In Passing Years – Beautiful Baby



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Comments [4]

steve from nyc

i have listened to jonathan since WNEW and clearly understand the format of the show. jonathan's roots
go back to before the era of the beatles. every single song on the show today, the 50th anniversary of the beatles
should be one of theirs. i know all about the great american songbook and it's great. however, an entire
form of music has been made possible due to what happened on february 9, 1964. 24 hours of every other day, and weekends can be "standards" but not spending 4 hours on a culture changing event is wrong.

i am disappointed in jonathan, but he is not alone. no other nyc radio station has devoted an entire show
to the beatles, including 101.1 and 104.3 fm

does anyone get it?

Feb. 09 2014 02:36 PM
Gary H from Northern NJ

Need to know the name of the artist & album of the wonderful instrumental track that was played today was. It was a piano/upright bass duet. Simply beautiful but I missed hearing the artists name, etc after the track was played.

Feb. 09 2014 12:58 PM
Michael Simon Hall from NYC

Who did the jazz interpretation of Finishing the Hat at about Noon today? When will the playlist be posted for Jonathan's show today?


Feb. 09 2014 12:56 PM

I find this very relaxing and serene music. I'm glad my friend suggested this to me. Thanks JimJim >3

Feb. 09 2014 12:43 PM

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