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Friday, January 31, 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 - Azure-Te - The Best of the Columbia Years 1943-1952

Ella Fitzgerald - Treat Me Rough - Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George and Ira Gershwin Song Book

Nat King Cole - Let There Be Love - The World of Nat King Cole

Dinah Washington - Don't Go To Strangers - Jazz 'Round Midnight

Mel Torme - Alone Together - My Kind of Music

Stacy Sullivan - I Love The Way You're Breaking My Heart - It's A Good Day: A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee

Frank Sinatra - Summer Wind - The Songs of Johnny Mercer

Bill Charlap - Everything Happens To Me - I'm Old Fashioned

Bobby Troup - Walkin' Shoes - The Feeling of Jazz

Diana Krall - East Of The Sun - When I Look in Your Eyes

Tony Bennett - When Lights Are Low - When Lights Are Low

Anita O'Day - Love Me Or Leave Me - Anita Sings The Most

Kat Gang - How Sweet You Are - Kat Gang

Jimmy Rushing - All By Myself - Brubeck & Rushing

Joe Williams - How Sweet It Is - Presenting Joe Williams and Thad Jones/ Mel Lewis Orchestra

Count Basie - Flight to Nassau - Warm Breeze

Tierney Sutton - Pure Imagination - Demonstration Record

Tierney Sutton – Pure Imagination - Demonstration RecordTierney Sutton – Pure Imagination - Demonstration Record
John Pizzarelli - How About You? - Dear Mr. Sinatra

Jane Monheit - Why Can't You Behave? - Taking a Chance On Love

Jonathan Schwartz - Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea - Anyone Would Love You

Ella Fitzgerald - Sweet and Slow - Ella Swings Gently with Nelson

Doris Day - Remind Me - Duet

Frank Sinatra - We'll Be Together Again - Songs for Swingin' Lovers

Frank Sinatra - Memories of You - Classic Sinatra II

Lambert Hendricks & Ross - Moanin' - Twisted:The Best of Lambert Hendricks & Ross

Maude Maggart - It's The Talk of The Town - With Sweet Despair

Michael Feinstein – Medley - Everything I Have is Yours/Your Head on My Shoulder Michael Feinstein Sings the Burton Lane Songbook, Vol II

Lee Wiley – Manhattan - American Songbook Series Rodgers/Hart

Beverly Kenney - Violets For Your Furs - Come Swing With Me

Wesla Whitfield - He Was Too Good To Me - With A Song In My Heart

Dave McKenna - I See Your Face Before Me - Dancing In The Dark

Cyrille Aimee - Sunny Days - Just The Two Of Us

Bing Crosby - Among My Souvenirs - The Best of Bing Crosby

Margaret Whiting - Long Ago And Far Away - Sings The Jerome Kern Songbook

Brian Stokes Mitchell - Finishing the Hat - Simply Broadway

Nancy LaMott - Surrey With The Fringe On Top - Beautiful Baby

Mel Torme - You Leave Me Breathless - It's A Blue World

Rosemary Clooney - Learnin' the Blues - Jazz Singer

Helen Carr - You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me - Helen Carr: The Complete Bethlehem Collection

Frank Sinatra - Lonesome Road - A Swingin' Affair!

Frank Sinatra - All I Need is the Girl - The Reprise Collection

Frank Sinatra - It's A Wonderful World - Swing Along With Me

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

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Comments [1]

Vincent S. Beltrani, MD from Poughkeepsie, NY

Jonathon you're the top! What a pleasant surprise - you are truely expanding the "classics". I doubt there are very few lovers of classical music who do not appreciate your show. Keep it coming! Thanks

Jan. 31 2014 10:00 PM

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