Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

SONG ARTIST ALBUM LABEL
"Everything Old Is New Again" PETER ALLEN AT HIS BEST A&M Records
"April In Paris" freddy martin GREATEST
JAZZ HITS
Stardust Records
"C'est Pour Ca" EDITH PIAF AU
CARNEGIE HALL
EMI / Capitol Records
"C'est L'Amour" " the best of... Capitol Records
" 'Cause I Love You" " THE RARE PIAF DRG Records
"Hymne A L'Amour
(If You Love Me, Really Love Me)"
" AT
CARNEGIE HALL
January 13, 1957
Peters
International Records
"April In Paris" SAL VIVANO THE STANDARDS OF LOVE - live FRIA Records
"When April Sings"
Deanna Durbin
SWEETHEART
OF SONG
Hallmark Records
"April Showers" AL JOLSON THE BEST OF THE DECCA YEARS DECCA / MCA Records
"April Snow" EILEEN FARRELL UP IN CENTRAL PARK DECCA
Broadway
Records
"April Played
The Fiddle"
TOMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA &
FRANK SINATRA
THE SONG
HAS ENDED
RCA Records
"April Come
She May"
KARRIN ALLYSON 'rOUND mIDNIGHT Concord Records
"In April" MARGARET WHITING TAKING MY TURN 150 Music Records
"Lost April" NAT COLE 4 DISC BOX SET Capitol Records
"Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat" VINCENT WOLFE WEAVER OF DREAMS Z-Jazz Records
"Padam, Padam, Padam" EDITH PIAF AU
CARNEGIE HALL
EMI / Capitol Records
"L' Accordeoniste" " " "
"April In Paris" ELLA FITZGERALD
& OSCAR PETERSON
ELLA & OSCAR Concord
Records
"Milord" EDITH PIAF the best of... Capitol Records
"La Homme
A La Moto"
" AU
CARNEGIE HALL
EMI / Capitol Records
"Yesterday When I Was Young" CHARLES AZNAVOUR AU
CARNEGIE HALL
EMI Records
"Those Were
The Days"
DENISE SUMMERFORD SHOUT! THE
MOD MUSICAL
Rhino Records
"What Happened To The Old Days?" CHITA RIVERA, RON CARROLL &
MEL JOHNSON, jR
THE RINK Jay Records
"Whatever Happened
To Melody?"
MICHAEL FEINSTEIN FOREVER Elektra Records
"On Such A Night As This" LIZA MINNELLI CONFESSIONS DECCA Records
"Try To Remember" JERRY ORBACH OFF-BROADWAY DECCA
Broadway
Records
"La Vie En Rose" EDITH PIAF AT
CARNEGIE HALL
January 13, 1957
Peters
International Records
"Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" " THE BEST OF... Capitol Record
"April In Paris" COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA APRIL IN PARIS Verve Records
"Everything Old Is New Again" PETER ALLEN AT HIS BEST A&M Records

 

Show Description

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011
9:00PM-11:00PM

This Sunday on EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN
we feature the music of

Edith Piaf Edith Piaf Edith Piaf
EDITH PIAF
Some of the songs from her career
that we will hear:

  • "La Vie En Rose"
  • MICHEL EMER'S "L'Accordeoniste"
  • "Hymne A L'Amour"(MARGUERITE MONNOT / EDITH PIAF)
  • of course, "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien"
  • and "L'Homme A La Moto"
    from the CD PIAF AU CARNEGIE HALL
    released thru EMI / Angel Records (7243 5938632 4)
  • And More!

 


We'll listen to four renditions of
"April In Paris"
by VERNON DUKE & E. Y. (YIP) HARBURG
with performances by:

  • FREDDY MARTIN
  • COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA
  • ELLA FITZGERALD
  • And a new recording by SAL VIVIANO
    from his CD THE STANDARDS OF LOVE - LIVE
    released on FRIA Records

 


"When April Sings"

Songs Of The Season:

"April Played The Fiddle", "In April",
"April Come She Will",
"Lost April", "April Showers"


and your suggestions emailed to oldisnew@earthlink.net

 


Those Were The Days

Songs that Celebrate the Our Past:

"What Happened To The Old Days", "Dear Departed Past", "Whatever Happened To Melody",
"Try To Remember", "On Such A Night As This"


and your suggestions emailed to oldisnew@earthlink.net


 


THE NEW CD "PICK OF THE WEEK" IS:

Vincent Wolfe : Weaver of Dreams

 


You Must Remember This:



Previously Released CDs To Keep In Mind:

Au Carnegie Hall

CHARLES AZNAVOUR - AU CARNEGIE HALL
released thru EMI Latin Records




GIVE AWAYS, GIVE AWAYS!!!

During this week's broadcast,
we will give away 2 copies of:

Vincent Wolfe : Weaver of Dreams


 


Surprise Give-Away

(a new segment)

Tune in each week to win
an unannounced CD or Book!


 

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