Sunday, March 19th, 2005
This Sunday on EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN
we feature the music of
ANITA O' DAY
Some of the songs from her career
that we will hear:
"Just In Time" with CAL TJADER
FRANK LOESSER'S "Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year"
"The Ballad Of All The Sad Young Men" (Fran Landesman/Tommy Wolf)
of course, "Let Me Off Uptown" with ROY ELDRIDGE & GENE KRUPA
and "The Nearness Of You"
from her new CD INDESTRUCTIBLE
released thru KAYO Stereophonic
We'll listen to four renditions of
"Spring Is Here "
by RICHARD RODGERS & LORENZ HART
with performances by:
THE FOUR FRESHMAN
An In-Studio Interview with
Prior to her engagement in
"THE PARK AVENUE WHIRL"
@ FEINSTEIN'S AT THE REGENCY
VINCE GIORDANO & HIS NIGHTHAWKS
THOSE FAB "50's"
Songs of the Decade:
DEAN MARTIN sings "Memories Are Made Of This"
"Hey There" performed by ROSEMARY CLOONEY
THE McGUIRE SISTERS' recording of "Sincerely"
JEFF HARNAR performs "Love, Look Away"
"Growing Pains" recorded by JESSICA MOLASKEY and
STEPHEN SONDHEIM'S recording of "Ten Years Old"
THE NEW CD "PICK OF THE WEEK" IS:
- BARRY MANILOW - THE GREAT SONGS OF THE FIFTIES
released thru Arista Records .