Sunday, February 16th, 2014

SONG ARTIST ALBUM LABEL
"Everything Old Is New Again" PETER ALLEN AT HIS BEST A&M Records
"Wrap Your Trouble In Dreams" BING CROSBY The Big Broadcast (Bing in Hollywood
1931 - 1932)
Jazz Age
"Hello Young Lovers" NANCY WILSON LIVE FROM
LAS VEGAS
Capitol Records
"(You Don't Know) How Glad I Am" " Petticoat Collection, Vol. 3 Serenity Records
"If Dreams
Come True"
" SOMETHING WONDERFUL Capitol Records
"The Best Is Yet
To Come"
" BALLADS, BLUES & BIG BANDS - THE BEST OF... "
"Wrap Your Trouble In Dreams" MAXINE SULLIVAN MAXINE Audiophile Records
"You Must Believe In Spring" FREDDY COLE Always Fantasy Records
"Laughing At Life"
SUSANNAH McCORKLE
FROM BROKEN HEARTS TO
BLUE SKIES
Concord Records
"Always Look On The Bright Side
Of Life"
MICHAEL McGRATH,
TIM CURRY
& CAST
MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT DECCA
Broadway
Records
"Guess Who I
Saw Today"
Nancy Wilson SINGS SONGS OF LOST LOVE Capitol Records
"The Masquerade Is Over" " NANCY WILSON / CANNONBALL ADDERLEY "
"Wrap Your Trouble In Dreams" BOBBY RYDELL Salutes..."The Great Ones" Hallmark
"You Can Have Him" Nancy Wilson BALLADS, BLUES & BIG BANDS - THE BEST OF... Capitol Records
"Loving You" " jazz sketches on Sondheim Sony Classical
"A Wish" KAREN OBERLIN & SEAN HARKNESS A WISH Miranda Music
"Magic Moments Remembers
JOANIE SOMMERS"
MITCH GALLOB N/A N/A
"This Is All I Ask" NANCY WILSON TURNED TO BLUE MCG Jazz
"Wrap Your Trouble In Dreams"
MARY ANN McCALL
You're Mine, You
1939-'50
Hep Records
"Everything Old Is New Again" PETER ALLEN AT HIS BEST A&M Records

 

Show Description


 

 

 

Sunday, February 16th, 2014
9:00PM-11:00PM

This Sunday on EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN
we present a On-Air Fundraising Edition
featuring the music of


NANCY WILSON
Some of the songs from her career
that we will hear:

  • "Save Your Love For Me" — with CANNONBALL ADDERLEY
  • STEPHEN SONDHEIM'S "Loving You"
  • "(You Don't Know ) How Glad I Am" (JIMMY WILLIAMS / LARRY HARRISON)
  • of course, "Guess Who I Saw Today"
  • and
    "This Is All I Ask"  
    from her 2006 CD
    TURNED TO BLUE
    released thru MCG Jazz

 

 

 

 

 

  • And More!

 

 

 

We'll listen to four renditions of
"Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams"
( One of our most suggested "Philosophical Songs" )
Music by HARRY BARRIS
Lyrics by TED KOELHER & BILLY MOLL
with performances by:

  • BING CROSBY
  • BOBBY RYDELL
  • MAXINE SULLIVAN
  • And
    the re-issue by MARY ANN McCALL
    from her CD compilation
    YOU'RE MINE YOU
    released thru Hep Records














"Now Let Me Think"

Some More "Philosophical Songs" suggested by you!

"You'll Never Walk Alone", "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life",
"Some People", "You Must Believe in Spring", " Laughing at Life"
"Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries", "Just Around the River bend"


and your suggestions emailed to oldisnew@earthlink.net

 


THE NEW CD "PICK OF THE WEEK" IS:


KAREN OBERLIN / SEAN HARKNESS - A WISH
released thru Miranda Music

 


"You Must Remember This"

Previously Released CDs To Keep In Mind:

FREDDY COLE - ALWAYS
released thru Fantasy Records




"Magic Moments"


produced by MITCH GALLOB
This new segment presents the rarest of the rare.
It will surprise and delight you.

Remember singer JOANIE SOMMERS?
Mitch does! Join us as he celebrates Joanie
during her birth-month - born February 24, 1941
This segment offers an interesting glimpse of 'Show Biz' history.
Be sure to Tune In!

 


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