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Playlist for Sunday, December 31, 2006

A New Year's Eve Special Celebration Of Vocalists Singing Mostly Standards Mostly With Orchestra Backup

Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Doris Day—Sentimental Journey—1952/53—Sings 22 Original Recordings—Hindsight
• Johnny Hartman—Ain’t Misbehavin’—1955—Songs From The Heart—Bethlehem
• Ray Charles—Come Rain Or Come Shine—1960—VA: Great American Songwriters, Vol. 2: Johnny Mercer—Rhino

• Ron Kaplan—No Moon At All—2001—Dedicated—Kapland Records (Ron Kaplan will be at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center on Thursday, Jan. 25th, starting at 7 pm)
• Betty Carter—Let’s Fall In Love—1956—Social Call—CBS Collector’s Series
• Diana Krall with the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orch—Come Dance With Me—2006—From This Moment On—Verve
• Ray Charles/Ct. Basie Orch—How Long has This Been Going On—mid-70’s & 2006—Ray Charles + Ct. Basie Orchestra = Genus²—Concord

• Ella Fitzgerald—Out Of This World—1960/61—Sings The Harold Arlen Songbook—Verve
• Louis Armstrong—Makin’ Whoopee—1957—The Wonderful World Of Louis Armstrong—Time/Life
• Billie Holiday—What Is This Thing Called Love—1945—The Complete Decca Recordings—Decca
• Billie Holiday—You’re My Thrill—1949—The Complete Decca Recordings—Decca
• Billie Holiday—Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)—1944—The Complete Decca Recordings—Decca

• Nat King Cole—Mood Indigo—1958—Spotlight On—Capitol
• Mel Tormé—Take The ‘A’ Train—1962—VA: Great American Songwriters: Duke Ellington And Billy Strayhorn—Rhino
• Nancy Wilson—Satin Doll—1958—VA: Great American Songwriters: Duke Ellington And Billy Strayhorn—Rhino
• Mel Tormé With The Marty Paich Dek-Tette— Lulu’s Back In Town—1956—Lulu’s Back In Town—Bethlehem
• Jo Stafford with Paul Weston And His Orch—Sometimes I’m Happy—1945—Spotlight On--Capitol

• Ella Fitzgerald—Somewhere Over The Rainbow—1960/61—Sings The Harold Arlen Songbook—Verve
• Ella Fitzgerald—Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive—1960/61—Sings The Harold Arlen Songbook—Verve
• Ella Fitzgerald—I’ve Got The World On A String—1960/61—Sings The Harold Arlen Songbook—Verve

• Frank Sinatra—In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning—1955—In The Wee Small Hours—Capitol
• Frank Sinatra—I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin’—1957—A Swingin’ Affair!—Capitol
• Frank Sinatra—Just One Of Those Things—1954—Songs For Young Lovers/Swing Easy—Capitol
• Frank Sinatra—Violets For You Furs—1953—Songs For Young Lovers/Swing Easy--Capitol
• June Christy—You Took Advantage Of Me—1956—The Misty Miss Christy—Capitol

• Tony Bennett—The Shadow Of Your Smile—1965—The Essential Tony Bennett—Columbia Legacy
• Tony Bennett/Bill Evans—But Beautiful—1975—Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album—Original Jazz Classics
• Tony Bennett—The Best Is Yet To Come—1960—The Essential Tony Bennett—Columbia Legacy

• Peggy Lee—Close Your Eyes—1963—Spotlight On—Capitol
• Peggy Lee—I’m Beginning To See The Light—1958—Spotlight On—Capitol
• Johnny Hartman—I Could Write A Book—1980—VA: Remembering Madison County—Mariposa/Warner Brothers
• Johnny Hartman—Will You Still Be Mine—1980—VA: Remembering Madison County—Mariposa/Warner Brothers
• Johnny Hartman—I See Your Face Before Me—1980—VA: Remembering Madison County—Mariposa/Warner Brothers

• Carmen McRae—If I Could Be With You—1959—I’ll Be Seeing You—Decca
• Carmen McRae—Bye Bye Blackbird—1958—I’ll Be Seeing You—Decca
• Carmen McRae—Invitation—1958—I’ll Be Seeing You—Decca
• Joe Williams—Nevertheless—1956—Jazz ‘Round Midnight—Verve
• Dinah Washington—Willow Weep For Me—1955—Jazz ‘Round Midnight—Verve

• Johnny Cunningham and Susan McKeown—Auld Lang Syne—2001—A Winter Talisman—Sheila-na-gig Music

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