PLAYLIST FOR “EMBARRASSING SITUATIONS” (AN ARCHIVE REPLAY) (4.4.15) #jazz. #jazzradio #jazzsingers

6 Apr

This week we took a trip down memory lane for an archive replay program from last September. Next time maybe you’ll remember to bring a GPS so we won’t get so lost. 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

 

  • I CANT TAKE YOU NOWHERE  /  Connie Evingson  /  “Little Did I Dream”
  • DON’T’CHA GO ‘WAY MAD  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /  “Live At The Opera House”
  • DINNER FOR ONE PLEASE, JAMES  /  Joe Williams  /  “Ballad And Blues Master”
  • WHERE ARE MY KEYS  /  Lorraine Feather  /  “Language”
  • YOUNG AT HEART  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Live At The Sands, November, 1961
  • YOU GO TO MY HEAD  /  Judy Garland  /  “Judy At Carnegie”
  • FEET DO YOUR STUFF  /  Ian Shaw  /  “A Ghost In Every Bar”
  • GUESS WHO I SAW TODAY  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Phyllis Diller  /  “Wet Toe In A Hot Socket”
  • WAITER, OH WAITER  /  Stacey Kent  /  “The Changing Lights”
  • YOU’RE TALKING TOO LOUD  /  Dave Tull  /  “I Just Want To Get Paid”
  • CHAMPAGNE  /  Kat Edmonson  /  “Way Down Low”
  • DID WE HAVE ANY FUN  /  Shepley Metcalf  /  “Something Irresistible”
  • LOOKS LIKE DECEMBER  /  Antonio Carlos Jobim  /  “Christmas For Lovers”
  • SOMETHING COOL  /  Cheryl Bentyne  /  “West Coast Cool”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine  

Here’s an embarrassing situation: not listening to a Turntable For One podcast on PRX, the Public Radio Exchange. Luckily for you, this is one embarrassing situation which is easy to avoid. Click the link below: 

http://www.prx.org/series/33284-turntable-for-one

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