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PLAYLIST FOR “HERE’S TO THE (GRACIOUS!) LOSERS (10.1.22)

3 Oct

A couple of weeks ago I was watching a college football game.  The final score was pretty humiliating – 77 to 21.  And after the game, do you know what the losing coach said?  “We lost.”   He didn’t say, the game was rigged or it was stolen.  He didn’t say someone in Venezuela or somewhere tampered with the scoreboard.  He just said, “We lost.  And it reminded me of a time long long ago when people actually admitted defeat, honestly and graciously. So I wanted to give them a little love and give a musical salute to all the gracious losers. Of course I tossed in a few sore losers just for comparison sake. 

 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • HERE’S TO THE LOSERS  /  Mathilde Santing  /  “Luck Be A Lady”
  • YOU CAN DEPEND ON ME  /  Joe Williams  /   “Ballad & Blues Master”
  • JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS  /  Calabria Foti  /  “Just One Of Those Things”
  • FORGET THE WOMAN  /  Tony Bennett  /  “The Art Of Excellence”
  • GOODY GOODY  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /  “Ella At The Opera House”
  • I GUESS I’LL HAVE TO CHANGE MY PLANS  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “A Swingin’ Affair”
  • THE SUMMER WIND  /  Madeleine Peyroux  /  “Half The Perfect World”
  • GONE WITH THE WIND  /  Ahmad Jamal Trio  /  “Live At The Pershing Vol. 2”
  • THE SHOW MUST GO ON  /  Dinah Washington  /   “Ballads”
  • SOMEDAY  /  (Mystery Sore Loser)  /  Jose Feliciano  /  “Fantastic Feliciano”
  • NO REGRETS  /  Phoebe Snow  /  Second Childhood”
  • I WISH YOU LOVE  /  Natalie Cole  /  “Take A Look”
  • BUT NOT FOR ME   /  Joe Pesci & Joey DeFrancesco  /  “Falling In Love With Love”
  • YOU CAN HAVE HIM  /  Nina Simone  /  “Nina Simone At Town Hall”
  • IT’S TOO LATE  /  Kevin Mahogany  /  “The Vienna Affair”
  • I UNDERSTAND  /  Kelly Green Trio  /  “Volume One”
  • SOMETIME WHEN YOU’RE LONELY  /  Mark Murphy  /  “The Dream”
  • MANHATTAN  /  Sara Bareilles  /  “Brave Enough”
  • WHAT’S NEW?  /  Bill Evans Trio & Jeremy Steig  /  “What’s New?”
  • I’LL BE AROUND  /  Willie Nelson  /  “My Way”
  • I CAN’T MAKE YOU LOVE ME  /  Candace Springs  /  “The Women Who Raised Me”
  • HEY, THAT’S NO WAY TO SAY GOODBYE  /  Leonard Cohen  /  “Live In London”
  • TRAV’LIN’ LIGHT  /  Queen Latifah  /  “Trav’lin’ Light”
  • BLAME IT ON MY YOUTH  /  Kenny Rankin  /  “Professional Dreamer”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “SPRING BREAK” (3.26.22)

27 Mar

I desperately need a break. I desperately need something to celebrate. I tried to combine the two with a tribute to Spring. But not without first opening the show with another Ukrainian jazz artist. I’m watching the world fall apart but from a distance. Living in Kyiv, Alina’s view is terrifyingly closer. Yet she tells me she and her family are safe and trying to stay positive. Glory to Ukraine!

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • GONE WITH THE WIND  / Alina Zalozna Quartet  
  • JOY SPRING  /  Alexis Cole  /   “Sky Blossom”
  • IT’S ANYBODY’S SPRING  /  Seth MacFarlane  /  “Music Is Better Than Words”
  • SPRING IN MANHATTAN  /  Blossom Dearie  /   “Spring In Manhattan”
  • HURRY, IT’S LOVELY UP HERE  /  Mark Jennett  /   “Everybody Says Don’t”
  • LET’S DO IT  /  Lady Gaga  /   “Love For Sale”
  • HERE COMEAS THE SUN  /  The Beatles  /   “Abbey Road”
  • TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME  /  Tom Kubis Big Band  /   “Take Me Out To The Ball Game”
  • SPRING  /  Susie Arioli  /   “Spring”  
  • SPRING IS HERE  /  Frank Sinatra  /   “Only The Lonely”
  • I GET ALONG WITHOUT YOU VERY WELL  /  Ellen Andersson  /   “You Should Have Told Me”
  • APRIL SHOWERS  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /   Captain Kangaroo  /   “Captain Kangaroo”
  • I’LL REMEMBER APRIL  /  Modern Jazz Quartet  /   “European Tour”
  • THEY SAY IT’S SPRING  /  Marissa Mulder  /   “Illusions”
  • IT’S NICE WEATHER FOR DUCKS  /  Ronny Whyte  /   “Whyte Wolf”
  • WATERS OF MARCH  /  Luciana Souza  /   “The New Bossa Nova”
  • POISONING PIGEONS IN THE PARK  /  Tom Lehrer  /   “An Evening Wasted With Tom Lehrer”
  • IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /   Debby Boone  /   “Reflections Of Rosemary”
  • SPRING IS WHERE YOU ARE  /  Mark Murphy  /   “September Ballads”
  • SPRING CAN REALLY HANG YOU UP THE MOST  /  Betty Carter  /  “Inside Betty Carter ”
  • SPRINGSVILLE  /  Miles Davis  /   “Miles Ahead”
  • THERE’LL BE ANOTHER SPRING  /  Peggy Lee & George Shearing  /   “Beauty & The Beat”
  • ANOTHER SPRING  /  Sammy Davis Jr.  /   “That’s All”
  • ANOTHER SPRING  /  Nina Simone  /   “Nina Simone & Piano”
  • YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING  /  Tony Bennett & Bill Evans  /   “Together Again”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /   Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “DISINFORMATION WEEK” (3.5.22)

6 Mar

Disinformation. It’s a word we’re hearing frequently these days. Some people call Disinformation propaganda; some people with a straight face call it alternative facts. I call it pernicious lies. So I spent two hours defining and explicating Disinformation; and, most importantly, telling people how to protect themselves from it. JUST KIDDING! You know me. Instead, I spent the two hours exploiting this sensitive issue and squeezing every last drop of irony and rueful laughter from it. But before things got too silly, I started the show with a much-too appropriately titled Ukrainian folk song, recognizing the only thing breaking apart faster than my heart is the world

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • DO NOT ASK WHY MY EYES ARE TEARY  /  Bob Arthurs & Steve Lamattina  /   “Jazz It Up: Ukrainian Songs For Three Dads”
  • PENNIES FROM HEAVEN  /  Frank Sinatra & Count Basie  /   “Sinatra/Basie: The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings”
  • WHEN YOU’RE SMILING  /  Carol Welsman  /   “I Like Men”
  • I’VE GOT MY LOVE TO KEEP ME WARM  /  Jose James  /   “Merry Christmas From Jose James”
  • THE ICE HOTEL  /  Stacey Kent  /   “Breakfast On The Morning Tram”
  • SLEEPIN’ BEE  /  Johnny Hartman  /  “I Just Dropped By To Say Hello”
  • LITTLE WHITE LIES  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /   “Ella Swings Lightly”
  • IT’S ONLY A PAPER MOON  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Buddy Rich  /  “Buddy 100”
  • ODE TO BILLIE JO  /  Buddy Rich Big Band  /   “Mercy, Mercy”
  • SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET  /  John Pizzarelli Trio  /   “Dear Mr. Cole”
  • FORBIDDEN FRUIT  /  Nina Simone  /   “Forbidden Fruit”
  • WHEN IN ROME  /  Tony Bennett & Bill Evans  /   “The Tony Bennett Bill Evans Album”
  • YOU CAN’T PULL THE WOOL OVER MY EYES  /  Catherine Russell  /   “Alone Together”
  • BLIZZARD OF LIES  /  Dave Frishberg  /   “Dave Frishberg Classics”
  • DREAM  /  Sarah Vaughan  /   “Sarah Vaughan Live At Mister Kelly’s”
  • SCATSVILLE  /  Michael Franks  /   “Rendezvous In Rio”
  • PEOPLE WILL SAY WE’RE IN LOVE  /  Ray Charles & Betty Carter  /   “Ray Charles & Betty Carter”
  • WRAP YOUR TROUBLES IN DREAMS  /  Jonathan Karrant & Joshua White  /   “Shadows Fall”
  • NEVER NEVER LAND  /  Carol Sloane  /   “Live At 30th Street”
  • DO NOTHIN’ TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME  /  Mark Murphy  /   “Once To Every Heart”
  • THE LIES OF HANDSOME MEN  /  Maud Hixson
  • IT AIN’T NECESSARILY SO  /  Art Farmer/Benny Golson Jazztet  /   “The Complete Argo Mercury Recordings”
  • A DREAM IS A WISH YOUR HEART MAKES  /  Kat Edmonson  /   “Dreamers Do”
  • WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR  /  Gregory Porter  /   “Jazz Loves Disney”
  • PEACE  /  Norah Jones  /   “Come Away With Me”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /   Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “ANNIVERSARY” (1.8.22)

9 Jan

 2022 is just a week old, but it’s been an eventful week. We observed the one-year anniversary of one of the most disgraceful, unforgettable, unforgivable moments in American history. On a happier note – there are happier notes. WMNR Fine Arts Radio celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2022.  On a personal note, my wife and I celebrated our 52nd anniversary this week. Did we go to a fabulous restaurant?  No, not when omicron is on most menus as a main course. Did we go ice skating? (Something Megan has loved her entire life.) Let me just say that the only things more brittle than my ego are my bones. So we went dancing instead?  Did you hear what I just said about my bones?  Actually, no, that one’s more about my ego.  Which finally brings me to this week’s theme if anyone is still awake. I wanted to celebrate my anniversary and my wife with some of the music that brought us together, some of the music Megan and I discovered together, some of the music that has sustained us. In short: just when you thought this show couldn’t get more self-indulgent, I presented two hours of Music We Love on this Happy Anniversary edition of Turntable For One. (Starting with the music that played when Megan walked down the aisle at our wedding.)

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD or Album Title

  • MY FUNNY VALENTINE  /  Michel LeGrand  /  “At Shelly’s Manne-Hole”
  • YOU DON’T LOVE ME WHEN I CRY  / Laura Nyro  /   “New York Tendaberry”
  • CLOSE ENOUGH FOR LOVE  /  Tony Bennett  /   “The Art Of Romance”
  • BLOOD COUNT  /  Stan Getz  /   “Anniversary”
  • THE MASON  /  David Patrick Kelly  /   “Working”
  • I’LL BE LONG GONE  /  Cold Blood  /   “Thriller”
  • WHERE OR WHEN  /  Harry Connick Jr.  /   “When Harry Met Sally”
  • WHERE OR WHEN  /  Frank Sinatra  /   “Only The Lonely”
  • YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS  /  Cody Owen Stine  /   (Live Performance)
  • I’M THRU WITH LOVE  /  Diana Krall  /   “All For You”
  • YOU’RE SO VAIN  /  Carly Simon  /   “No Secrets”
  • AMERICAN TUNE  /  Simon & Garfunkel  /   “Concert In Central Park”
  • I WISH I DIDN’T LOVE YOU SO  /  Steven Pasquale  /   “Somethin‘ Like Love”
  • EMBRACEABLE YOU  Lillie Huddleston  /   “How Long Has This Been Going On”
  • HOUSE OF GOLD  /  Kenny Rankin  /   “The Kenny Rankin Album”
  • WHAT ARE YOU DOING THE REST OF YOUR LIFE  /  The Real Group  /   “Unreal”
  • I’M LOST  /  Carmen McRae  /   “Bittersweet”
  • LOVE THEME FROM “SPARTACUS”  /  Bill Evans & Jeremy Steig  /   “What’s New”
  • TEA AND SYMPATHY  /  Janis Ian  /   “Between The Lines”
  • FOR ALL WE KNOW  /  Donny Hathaway & Roberta Flack  /   “A Donny Hathaway Collection”
  • TWO FOR THE ROAD  /  Nancy LaMott  /   “The Best Of Nancy LaMott”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /   Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “LIGHTBULB MOMENTS” (11.13.21)

15 Nov

They don’t happen often and they don’t happen to everyone. But if one does happen to you, it could change your life. Of course I’m talking about an IRS audit. Of course I’m not talking about an IRS audit. I’m talking about those out-of-the-blue, eye opening moments of inspiration or maybe self-discovery. One thing: they’re always moments of clarity. I don’t know what you call them: Serendipity? Intuition? Divine Intervention? Years and years of therapy? I called them something else this week. I called them Lightbulb Moments because that’s how I could get two-hours of music out of them – tossing in a few personal lightbulb moments that changed my own musical life.

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • I JUST FOUND OUT ABOUT LOVE  /  The Jimmy Stahl Big Band w/ Genevieve-Renee Bisson  /  “I Just Found Out About Love”
  • I’M BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT  /  Al Jarreau  /  “Accentuate The Positive”
  • I USED TO BE COLOR BLIND  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /  “Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Irving Berlin Songbook”
  • I NEVER KNEW  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Swing Along With Me”
  • HOW LONG HAS THIS BEEN GOING ON  /  Delicatessen  /  “My Baby Just Cares For Me”
  • ON A CLEAR DAY  /  Tuck & Patti  /  “Love Warriors”
  • DETOUR AHEAD  /  Kurt Elling  /  “Flirting With Twilight”
  • IF I WERE A BELL  /  Stacey Kent  /  “Dreamer In Concert”
  • NESSUN DORMA  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Marie Osmond  /  “Nessun Dorma”
  • ARTISTRY IN RHYTHM  /  Stan Kenton  /  “At The Las Vegas Tropicana”
  • YOU TURNED THE TABLES ON ME  /  Cyrille Aimee & Mchael Valeanu  /  “I’ll Be Seeing You”
  • THERE’LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE  /  Tony Bennett  /  “Life Is Beautiful”
  • YOU’VE CHANGED  /  Kellye Gray  /  “KG3 Live At The Bugle Boy”
  • UNTIL I MET YOU  /  Melissa Morgan  /  “Until I Met You”
  • EV’RY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE  /  Ray Charles & Betty Carter  /  “Ray Charles & Betty Carter”
  • I WAS A FOOL TO LET YOU GO  /  Frank Sinatra Jr.  /  “That Face”
  • IT NEVER ENTERED MY MIND  /  Helen Merrill m /  “Live At Nalen”
  • WE THE PEOPLE  /  Ben Sidran  /  “Who’s The Old Man Now?”
  • IT ONLY HAPPENS ONCE  /  Samara Joy  /  “Samara Joy”
  • HERE’S THAT RAINY DAY  /  Kenny Rankin  /  “The Kenny Rankin Album”
  • MY FOOLISH HEART  /  Bill Evans  /  “Waltz For Debby”
  • YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS  /  Boz Scaggs  /  “But Beautiful: Standards Vol. 1”
  • MEANING OF THE BLUES  /  Carmen McRae  /  “Bittersweet”
  • BECAUSE WE’RE KIDS  /  Rebecca Kilgore  /  “The Rebecca Kilgore Trio Vol. 1”
  • BROTHER WHERE ARE YOU?  /  Oscar Brown Jr.  /  “Mr. Brown Goes To Washington”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “IN THE COMPANY OF ACCOMPANISTS” (5.22.21)

23 May

Usually I shine the spotlight on the singer behind the mic, but this week I also wanted to pay tribute to some of the other people on the bandstand, the indispensable musicians who are just as adept and flexible and generous in supporting a singer as they are in taking a solo. 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist & Accompanist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • EVERYTHING I’VE GOT BELONGS TO YOU  /  Hilary Gardner & Ehud Asherie  /  “The Late Set”
  • YOU CAN DEPEND ON ME  /  Joe Williams & Norman Simmons  /  “Ballad & Blues Master”
  • ALICE IN WONDERLAND  /  Roberta Gambarini & Dave Brubeck  /  “Everybody Wants To Be A Cat”
  • MISTY  /  Ella Fitzgerald & Paul Smith  /  “Ella Fitzgerald For Lovers”
  • MISTY  /  Ella Fitzgerald & The London Symphony Orchestra  /  “Someone To Watch Over Me”
  • I WANT TO BE A SIDEMAN  /  Connie Evingson & Dave Frishberg  /  “Little Did I Dream”
  • DO NOTHIN’ TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME  /  Al Hibbler & Rahsaan Roland Kirk  /  “A Meeting Of The Times”
  • I SHOULD CARE  /  Diahann Carroll & Andre Previn  /  “The Andre Previn Trio”
  • FOR MY LADY  /  The Real Group & Toots Thielemans  /  “One For All”
  • THE LAMP IS LOW  /  (Mystery Accompanist)  /  Carmen McRae & Shirley Horn  /  “Sarah: Dedicated To You”
  • OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY  /  Shirley Horn  Trio/  “Live At Vine Street”
  • THEY SAY IT’S WONDERFUL  /  Kurt Elling & Lawrence Hobgood  /  “Dedicated To You”
  • SONG FOR MY FATHER  /  Lillie Huddleston & Cody Owen Stine  /  “How Longs Has This Been Going On?”
  • HERE COMES THE SUN  /  Yo-Yo- Ma & James Taylor  /  “Songs Of Joy & Peace”
  • LA VIE EN ROSE/AU PRIVAVE  /  Rebecca Dumaine & Dave Miller  /  “Someday, Someday”
  • I’M GONNA SIT RIGHT DOWN  /  (Mystery Accompanist)  /  Paul McCartney & Diana Krall  /  “Kisses On The Bottom”
  • DEED I DO  /  Diana Krall  /  “Diana Krall Live In Paris”
  • AZURE-TE  /  Nat King Cole & George Shearing  /  “Nat King Cole Sings & George Shearing Plays”
  • DAY BY DAY  /  Lauren Henderson & Sullivan Fortner  /  “The Songbook Session”
  • THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME  /  Tuck & Patti  /  “Love Warriors”
  • YOU’RE NEARER (Take 9)  /  Tony Bennett & Bill Evans  /  “The Complete Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Recordings”
  • MOON RIVER  /  Nancy LaMott & Christopher Marlowe  /  “Come Rain Or Come Shine”
  • SOME OTHER TIME  /  Mark Winkler & David Benoit  /  “Old Friends”
  • TWO FOR THE ROAD  /  Tierney Sutton & Christian Jacob  /  “I’m With The Band”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “BROTHER FROM ANOTHER MOTHER…KINDA…SORTA” (5.15.21)

16 May

Can two things be different and the same? I mean, they’re different but really they’re the same. What about Drake Devil Dogs & Hostess Susie-Qs? Or Ring Dings and Ding Dongs? Or Yodels and Ho-Hos? Probably shouldn’t be writing this when I’m so hungry. And does this applies to music? Can two songs, two different songs really be the same song, like twins? Look over this week’s playlist and decide for yourself.

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • JUST FRIENDS  /  Sarah Vaughan  /  “Linger Awhile”
  • CAN’T WE BE FRIENDS?  /  Jamie Cullum  /  “Twentysomething”
  • I’M SHADOWING YOU  /  Blossom Dearie  /  “Me & Phil”
  • YOU’RE GONNA SEE A LOT OF ME  /  Lisa Ekdahl  /  “When Did You Leave Heaven?
  • YOU ARE TOO BEAUTIFUL  /    Johnny Hartman & John Coltrane  /  “Johnny Hartman For Lovers”
  • YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL TO ME  /  Katrine Madsen  /  “You Are So Beautiful To Me”
  • IN THE WEE SMALL HOURS OF THE MORNING  /  Five Play  /  “Five Play Plus”
  • WHEN YOUR LOVER HAS GONE  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Marvin Gaye  /  “When I’m Alone I Cry”
  • I USED TO BE COLOR BLIND  /  Anita O’Day  /  “Pick Yourself Up”
  • I NEVER KNEW  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Come Swing With Me”
  • IT’S ALRIGHT WITH ME  /  Kari Kirkland  /  “Wild Is The Wind”
  • DON’T MISUNDERSTAND  /  Gregory Porter  /  “Love Letter”
  • I HAVE THE FEELING I’VE BEEN HERE BEFORE  /  Greta Matassa  /  “Two For The Road”
  • WHERE OR WHEN  /  Rene Froger  /  “Pure”
  • I JUST DROPPED BY TO SAY HELLO  /  Melissa Morgan  /  “Until I Met You”
  • I JUST DROPPED BY TO SAY HELLO  /  Johnny Hartman  /  “I Just Dropped by to Say Hello”
  • MAY I COME IN  /  Kevin Mahogany  /  “My Romance”
  • LAST NIGHT WHEN WE WERE YOUNG  /  Madeleine Peyroux  /  “Anthem”
  • YOUNG AND FOOLISH (Take 4)  /  Tony Bennett & Bill Evans  /  “The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album”
  • DREAM DANCING  /  Stacey Kent  /  “Close Your Eyes”
  • DANCING ON THE CEILING  /  Frank D’Rone  /  “Double Exposure”
  • GIVE ME THE SIMPLE LIFE  /  Mary Stallings  /  “Song Were Made To Sing”
  • THE FOLKS WHO LIVE ON THE HILL  /  Paul Jost  /  “Simple Life”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO THE ADVERB” (4.10.21)

11 Apr

Intelligently, flawlessly, compassionately, thrillingly, unbelievably – these are just a few of the words no one has ever used in describing how I put this show together. Why? Well, I’m going to tell myself that it’s because people just don’t know how to use adverbs. So clearly it’s time for another lesson in Making Grammar Great Again. That’s why I presented proudly, defiantly, fearlessly, and oh so timely, a musical tribute to Adverbs this week.

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • LOVE YOU MADLY  /  Ethel Ennis  /  “Love You Madly”
  • SLOWLY  /  Bobby Scott  /  “Slowly”
  • TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT  /  Kari Kirkland  /  “Wild Is The Wind”
  •  JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS  /  Harry Connick Jr.  /  “True Love”
  • IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT  /  Ashley Pezzotti  /  “We’ve Only Just Begun”
  • NEVERTHELESS  /  Frank Sinatra  /  Nice ‘N Easy”
  • NEVER LET ME GO  /  Jackie Allen  /  “Never Let Me Go”
  • MY BABY JUST CARES FOR ME  /  George Michael  /  “Symphonica”
  • YOU BETTER GO NOW  /  Etta Jones  /  “A Soulful Sunday Live At The Leftbank”
  • WE AIN’T GOIN’ NOWHERE  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Merv Griffin & Rita Farrell  /  “The Essential Merv Griffin”
  • LOVER COME BACK TO ME  /  Jack Brandfield  /  “I’ll Never Be The Same”
  • TENDERLY  /  Jose James  /  “Yesterday I Had The Blues”
  • NEVER WILL I MARRY  /  Kelly Green  /  “Life Rearranged”
  • DON’T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE  /  Kevin Mahogany  /  “Live In Torino-Italy”
  • YOU’VE GOT TO BE CAREFULLY TAUGHT  /  Veronica Swift  /  “This Bitter Earth”
  • SOMETIME WHEN YOU’RE LONELY  /  Mark Murphy & Metropole Orchestra  /  “The Dream”
  • ‘DEED I DO  /  Ellen Andersson  /  “You Should Have Told Me”
  • THEN I’LL BE TIRED OF YOU  /  The Hi-Los  /  “Harmony In Jazz”
  • QUIETLY THERE  /  Shirley Horn  /  “Here’s To Life”
  • QUIET NOW  /  Bill Evans Trio /  “Turn Out The Stars”
  • ONLY TRUST YOUR HEART  /  Astrud Gilberto & Stan Getz  /  “Getz Au-Go-Go”
  • TOO LATE NOW  /  Roberta Gambarini  /  “Easy To Love”
  • WE’LL BE TOGETHER AGAIN  /  Tony Bennett & Bill Evans  /  “The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “IT’S ABOUT TIME” – AN ARCHIVE RE-BROADCAST (3.13.21)

14 Mar

While everyone else was moving their clocks ahead an hour, I was turning my clock back a couple of years to the program of “timely” songs I did just before Daylight Savings Time kicked in in 2019. 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT TIME IT WAS  /  Monica Ramey  /  “Make Someone Happy”
  • TIME TO SMILE  /  Tony Bennett  /  “The Art Of Romance”
  • MOONLIGHT SAVINGS TIME  /  Blossom Dearie  /  “My New Celebrity Is You”
  • TIME AFTER TIME  /  Lou Watson  /  “Taking A Chance On Love”
  • SO LITTLE TIME  /  Catherine Russell  /  “Sentimental Streak”
  • I FORGET THE TIME  /  Frankie Laine  /  “Reunion In Rhythm”
  • AS TIME GOES BY  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /  “Ella In Budapest”
  • A TIME FOR LOVE  /  The Swingle Singers  /  “Mood Swings”
  • JUST IN TIME  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Marvin Gaye  /  “Live At The Copa”
  • I’M LATE  /  Ann Richards  /  “The Many Moods Of Ann Richards”
  • LONELY TIME  /  Maynard Ferguson  /  “A Message From Birdland”
  • TIME IS A FUNNY THING  /  Karrin Allyson  /  “Some Of That Sunshine”
  • TIME ON MY HANDS  /  Rose Murphy  /  “Rose Murphy”
  • BY THE TIME A GET TO PHOENIX  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Cycles”
  • SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES  /  Diane Keaton  /  “Annie Hall”
  • KILLING TIME  /  Ian Shaw  /  “A Ghost In Every Bar”
  • KILLING TIME  /  Carol Welsman  /  “Alone Together”
  • ANYTIME, ANY DAY, ANYWHERE  /  Nat King Cole  /  “Big Band Cole”
  • 11:60 PM  /  Hetty Kate & The Irwell Street String Band  /  “11:60 PM”
  • IF I COULD BE WITH YOU  /  Dinah Washington  /  “Sexy Jazz”
  • PEOPLE TIME  /  Stan Getz  /  “Yours & Mine”
  • FRENCH FRIES & CHAMPAGNE / The Hot Sardines / “French Fries & Champagne”
  • TIME AND LOVE  /  Mark Winkler  /  “The Laura Nyro Project”
  • SOME OTHER TIME  /  Monica Zetterlund & Bill Evans  /  “Waltz For Debby”
  • TIME YOU OLD GYPSY  /  Julius LaRosa  /  “That’s A Wrap”
  • TIME TO GO  /  Sinne Eeg  /  “Dreams”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO DIRECT ADDRESS” (1.16.21)

17 Jan

“What we got here is failure to communicate,” said one of the most reprehensible yet prescient movie villains of all time. That line of dialogue has been playing frequently in my head these days. How can we communicate better? Of course, my answer to this and so many other questions is simple: better grammar. So in my continuing effort to leave no listener behind, I made a case for the vocative case, another term for the function of grammar known as direct address. All of the songs served as examples, using a name, a term of endearment, or a feeling to grab the attention of the intended object of communication. If only the rest of the world would function according to the orderly, predictable precepts in my dog-eared high school grammar book.

 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD or Album Title 

  • HEY YOU WITH THE CRAZY EYES  /  Loston Harris  /  “Swingfully Yours”
  • MATCHMAKER, MATCHMAKER  /  Carmen Lundy  /  “Girl Talk”
  • MAM’SELLE  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Nice ‘N Easy”
  • HONEY PIE  /  Tuck & Patti  /  “Love Warriors”
  • HELLO MA BABY  /  Julian Yeo  /  “1923”
  • HELLO BABE  /  Madeleine Peyroux  /  Secular Hymns”
  • MY CHERI AMOUR  /  (Mystery Vocalists)  /  Joe Pesci & Adam Levine  /  “Pesci….Still Singing”
  • WAITER MAKE MINE BLUES  /  Anita O’Day  /  “Waiter Make Mine Blues”
  • WAITER ASK THE MAN TO PLAY THE BLUES  /  Freddy Cole  /  “Waiter Ask The Man To Play The Blues”
  • WAITER, OH WAITER  /  Stacey Kent  /  “The Changing Lights”
  • DINNER FOR ONE, PLEASE, JAMES  /  Joe Williams  /  “Ballad & Blues Master”
  • FEET DO YOUR STUFF  /  Sarah Moule  /  “It’s A Nice Thought”
  • RUBY, MY DEAR  /  Thelonious Monk  /  “At Palo Alto”
  • BALLERINA  /  Gregory Porter  /  “Nat King Cole And Me”
  • GEORGIA ROSE  /  Queen Latifah  /  “Trav’lin’ Light”
  • HURRY IT’S LOVELY UP HERE  /  Mark Jennett  /  “Everybody Says Don’t”
  • BEAUTIFUL LOVE  /  Sinne Eeg  /  “Eeg/Fonnesbaek”
  • YOU, YOU’RE DRIVING ME CRAZY  /  Van Morrison & Joey DeFrancesco  /  “You’re Driving me Crazy”
  • LOVER MAN  /  Nicole Herzog  /  “I Loves You Billie”
  • BLUES, YOU’RE THE MOTHER OF SIN  /  Tom Rust  /  “Lucky To Be Me”
  • GOOD MORNING HEARTACHE  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /  “Returns To Berlin”
  • MY FOOLISH HEART  /  Bill Evans Trio /  “Waltz For Debby”
  • CRY BUTTERCUP CRY  /  Cecile McLorin Salvant & Artemis  /  “Artemis”
  • LITTLE MAN YOU’VE HAD A BUSY DAY  /  Jeff Goldblum & Mildred Snitzer Orch.  /  “The Capitol Sessions”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

 

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