Sunday, MAY 30, 2004
PLAYLIST
SONG
ARTIST
ALBUM
LABEL
"Everything Old Is New Again"
PETER ALLEN
AT HIS BEST
A&M Records
"I Remember You"
MARGARET WHITING
TOO MARVELOUS FOR WORDS
Audiophile Records
"I Let A Song Go
Out Of My Heart"
DUKE ELLINGTON & JOYA SHERRILL
THIS IS...
RCA VICTOR Records
"Duke's Place"
ELLA FITZGERALD &
DUKE ELLINGTON
ELLA AT
DUKE'S PLACE
Verve Records
"Black And Tan Fantasy"
DUKE ELLINGTON
THIS IS...
RCA Victor
"I Remember You"
BETTE MIDLER
& JAMES CAAN
FOR THE BOYS
Atlantic Records
"Memories Of You"
LIONEL HAMPTON SEXTET
THE LEGENDARY DECCA RECORDINGS OF...
Decca Jazz
"Danny Boy"
PAUL ROBESON
THE ESSENTIAL...
Vanguard Records
"Only One Life"
MICHAEL FEINSTEIN
ONLY ONE LIFE
Concord Records
"I'll Never
Smile Again"
TOMMY DORSEY & FRANK SINATRA
THE SEVENTEEN NUMBER ONES
RCA Records
"I'll See You Again"
MAUDE MAGGART
LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING
N/A
"I'll Be Seeing You"
HILDEGARDE
THE INCOMPARABLE HILDEGARDE
Flapper Records
"We Live On
Borrowed Time"
NANCY LaMOTT
I'LL BE HERE
WITH YOU
Midder Music
"I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good"
DUKE ELLINGTON & IVY ANDERSON
THIS IS...
RCA Victor
"Mood Indigo"
DUKE ELLINGTON
...CARNEGIE HALL CONCERTS, JANUARY 1943
Prestige Records
"I Remember You"
EYDIE GORME
MOSTLY MERCER
Painted Smiles Records
"Sophisticated Lady"
ROSEMARY CLOONEY &
DUKE ELLINGTON
BLUE ROSE
Columbia Records
"Lush Life"
BILLY STRAYHORN & KAY DAVIS
DUKE ELLINGTON AT CARNEGIE HALL, 1948
Vintage Jazz Classics
"How Can I Keep From Singing?"
RENEMARIE
HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING?
MAXJAZZ Records
"I'd Rather Talk About You"
"
VERTIGO
"
"Together,
Wherever We Go"
DON REBIC TRIO
TOGETHER
N/A
"I'm Just A Lucky
So And So"
LOUIS ARMSTRONG & DUKE ELLINGTON
THE GREAT SUMMIT
Roulette Jazz
"Take the 'A' Train"
DUKE ELLINGTON
THIS IS...
RCA Victor
"I Remember You"
CHARLIE PARKER
PLAYS STANDARDS
Verve Records
"Everything Old Is New Again"
PETER ALLEN
AT HIS BEST
A&M Records
Sunday, MAY 30, 2004
DESCRIPTION

The music of
DUKE ELLINGTON
AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Some of the songs from his career
that we will hear:

  • "Mood Indigo"

  • "I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good"
    - with vocals by IVY ANDERSON

  • "Sophisticated Lady"
    - with vocals by ROSEMARY CLOONEY

  • "Lush Life" the debut performance by
    KAY DAVIS at Carnegie Hall, November 13th, 1948

  • And of course, "Take The "A" Train"

We'll listen to four renditions of
"I Remember You"
written by JOHNNY MERCER
& VICTOR SCHERTZINGER
with performances by:

  • MARGARET WHITING

  • CHARLIE PARKER

  • BETTE MIDLER & JAMES CAAN

  • and EYDIE GORME

And Songs Of Remembrance
with performances by:

  • "I'll See You Again"
    performed by MAUDE MAGGART

  • PAUL ROBESON sings "Danny Boy"

  • "Only One Life"
    recorded by MICHAEL FEINSTEIN

  • HILDEGARDE'S performance of
    "I'll Be Seeing You"

  • And YOUR SUGGESTIONS!

Plus, an In-Studio Performance by
RENEMARIE
currently performing at the
JAZZ AU BAR

THE "FEATURED" NEW CD OF THE WEEK IS:

  • THE DON REBIC TRIO TOGETHER
    independent release available thru
    DON REBIC.COM
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