PLAYLIST FOR “INFRASTRUCTURE WEEK” (2.19.22)

21 Feb

This week I paid tribute to the roads and highways, the bridges and tunnels, the power, communications, and water systems. I thought I’d better hurry up and celebrate Infrastructure Week before everything crumbles, fizzles out, implodes, and self-destructs. 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • ON THE ROAD AGAIN  /  Rosemary Clooney  /  “Still On The Road”
  • BROOKLYN BRIDGE  /  Hilary Gardner  /   “The Great City”
  • STREET OF DREAMS  /  Frank Sinatra  /   “Sinatra At The Sands”
  • BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS  /  Diana Krall  /   “All For you”
  • I’D RATHER DRINK MUDDY WATER  /  Lou Rawls  /   “The Legendary Lou Rawls”
  • TAKE THE A TRAIN  /  Carol Sloane  /   “Sophisticated Lady”
  • THE TROLLEY SONG  /  Rachael Price  /   “The Good Hours”
  • ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET  /  Cali Rose  /   “Are You Having Any Fun?”
  • ROUTE 66  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /   William Shatner  /   “The Blues”
  • KING OF THE ROAD  /  Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery  /   “Further Adventures of Jimmy & Wes”
  • SUNDAY AFTERNOON  /  Blossom Dearie  /   “Blossom Dearie Sings”
  • TRAFFIC AND WEATHER  /  Lorraine Feather  /   “Language”
  • THE WATERS OF MARCH  /  Mark Murphy  /   “Wild And Free”
  • I THOUGHT ABOUT YOU  /  Nancy Wilson  /   “But Beautiful”
  • MY CUTEY’S DUE AT THE TWO-TO-TWO TODAY  /  Bobby Darin & Johnny Mercer  /   “Two Of A Kind”
  • FEELIN’ GROOVY  /  Rachael MacFarlane  /   “Haley Sings”
  • BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS  /  Simon And Garfunkel  /  “The Concert In Central Park”
  • DESTINATION MOON  /    Dinah Washington  /   “Dinah ’62”
  • DANCING IN THE DARK  /  Tony Bennett  /   “Jazz”
  • WICHITA LINEMAN  Tania Grubbs  /   “Live At Maureen’s Jazz Cellar”
  • STREET SCENE  /  Stan Kenton  /   “The Stan Kenton Orchestra In Concert”
  • TWO FOR THE ROAD  /  Mark Winkler & David Benoit  /   “Old Friends”
  • DETOUR AHEAD  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /   “First Lady of Song”
  • THE HIGHWAY CODE  /  The Master Singers  /   “The Highway Code”
  • THE RULES OF THE ROAD  /  Nat King Cole  /   “The Billy May Sessions”
  • THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD  /  The Beatles  /   “Let It Be”
  • BRIDGES  /  Susannah McCorkle  /   “Sabia”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /   Cody Owen Stine

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2 Responses to “PLAYLIST FOR “INFRASTRUCTURE WEEK” (2.19.22)”

  1. lucyanderson8888 February 21, 2022 at 3:00 PM #

    Hi!! I told you I would let you know when Kellye Gray’s posthumous release was happening and it’s happening tomorrow! 2.22.22!

    https://kellyegray.hearnow.com/

    i can also send you a soundcloud link for a listen in advance of tomorrow if you like.

    tonight, hopefully, we’ll have the songs up on the player on her website: kellyegray.com

    Thank you for keeping great music alive!

    Lucy Anderson https://www.houstoncitybook.com/kellye-gray/

    On Mon, Feb 21, 2022 at 12:36 PM TURNTABLE FOR ONE wrote:

    > H. William Stine posted: “This week I paid tribute to the roads and > highways, the bridges and tunnels, the power, communications, and water > systems. I thought I’d better hurry up and celebrate Infrastructure Week > before everything crumbles, fizzles out, and self-destructs. SONG” >

    • H. William Stine February 22, 2022 at 11:20 PM #

      Lucy –
      Thanks for this. Exciting but certainly bittersweet news. I can’t wait to hear where she took this music and hope that it will work for my show so I can share more of her music and share this tribute to her. As difficult as I know it is for any artist to put down a vision, whether on paper, canvas, or audio tape, I know this was painfully difficult and heart-wrenching for you, too. We have lost a wonderful singers; you have lost much more. But, again, thanks. Bill

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