PLAYLIST FOR “HOW TO MAKE A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION” (9.5.15) #jazz #jazzradio #jazz vocals

5 Sep

I’m back; first show of the new season.  And since I knew there must be many first-time listeners to the show, I wanted to give them some instructions on how they could make a good first impression on me. I know: It’s going to be a great year. 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • TOP HAT WHITE TIE AND TAILS  /Ella Fitzgerald  /  “The Irving Berlin Songbook”
  • TILL I GET IT RIGHT  /  Mark Winkler  /  Till I Get It Right”
  • SHINE ON YOUR SHOES  /  Jane Monheit  /  “Home”
  • A FOGGY DAY  /  Tony Bennett  /  “Perfectly Frank”
  • GOOD BAIT  /  The Real Group  /  “Live In Stockholm”
  • HAVEN’T WE MET  /  Kenny Rankin  /  “Haven’t We Met?”
  • GETTING TO KNOW YOU  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  John Lithgow  /  “Sunny Side Of The Street”
  • MY NEW CELEBRITY IS YOU  /  Blossom Dearie  /  “My New Celebrity Is You”
  • COME BLOW YOUR HORN  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Softly As I Leave You”
  • THEM THERE EYES  /  Carmen McRae  /  “Carmen McRae Sings Lover Man”
  • LOOKIN’ GOOD  /  Jamie Cullum  /  Sunday Express Vol. 2”
  • SOMETHING THERE  /  Christine Ebersol  /  “Strings Attached”
  • TAKE A LITTLE TIME TO SMILE  /  Freddie Cole  /  “Merry Go-Around”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

 

Just in case you forgot (because I haven’t been reminding you every week all summer: you can listen to a Turntable For One podcast on PRX, the Public Radio Exchange any time you want. Nobody’s the boss of you. Just click the link below. 

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

 

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