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PLAYLIST FOR “THE ‘I’ WORD” (6.22.19)

23 Jun

The “I” Word – it’s one hot topic these days, although there are a lot of people in D.C. so nervous about it they can’t can’t bring themselves to say the entire word. Hence: The “I” Word. Well, I can think of a bunch of “I” Word songs that directly apply to or illustrate what’s happening in our world today. I did save some personal favorites for the last half hour of the show. 

(“I”-Word)  /  SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • (Irresponsible)  /  CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE  /  Bobby Darin  /  “Hello Dolly To Goodbye Charlie”
  • (Invite)  /  IF I HAD YOU  /  Nnenna Freelon  /  “Live”
  • (Intransigence)  /  I WON’T DANCE  /  Frank Sinatra & Count Basie  /  “Sinatra/Basie: The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings”
  • (Irritating)  /  YOU IRRITATE ME SO  /  Audrey Morris  /  “The Voice Of Audrey Morris”
  • (Irrational)  /  I DON’T KNOW WHY  /  Tony Bennett  /  “Tony Makes It Happen”
  • (Idiocy)  /  YOU’RE A CAD  /  Hilary Gardner & Charles Ruggiero  /  “The Bird & The Bee”
  • (Absolute Immunity)  /  I WISH I DIDN’T LOVE YOU SO  /  Steven Pasquale  /  “Somethin’ Like Love”
  • (Impossible)  /  THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM  /  (Mystery Vocalists)  /  The Singing Nuns  /  “Sounds Of Joyous Music”
  • (Instructive)  /  IN A MELLOW TONE  /  Brianna Thomas & Eyal Vilner Big Band  /  “Swing Out”
  • (Irony)  /  I’M NOT TALKING  /  Mose Allison  /  “The Mose Chronicles”
  • (Imbroglio)  /  WAITER, OH WAITER  /  Stacey Kent  /  “The Changing Lights”
  • (Immature)  /  I DON’T WANT TO  /  Chaise Lounge  /  “Second Hand Smoke”
  • (Imagination)  /  IMAGINATION  /  Jesse Belvin  /  “Mr. Easy”
  • (Intermission)  /  INTERMISSION RIFF  /  Stan Kenton Orchestra  /  “Stompin’ At Newport”
  • (Indefatigable)  /  WHILE WE’RE YOUNG  /  Mary Stallings  /  “Songs Were Made To Sing”
  • (Innocence)  /  BLAME IT ON MY YOUTH  /  Kenny Rankin  /  “Haven’t We Met?”
  • (Indulgent)  /  GEE, BABY, AIN’T I GOOD TO YOU  /  Haley Reinhart/Jeff Goldblum & Mildred Snitzer Orch.  /“The Capitol Sessions”
  • (Infinite)  /  LOST IN THE STARS  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  William Shatner w/ Ernie Watts  /  “Seeking Major Tom”
  • (Immoral)  /  I WANT TO BE EVIL  /  Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings  /  “Groovin”
  • (Idealistic)  /  THE RAINBOW CONNECTION  /  Bobby Scott  /  “Slowly”
  • (Immutable)  /  WHY TRY TO CHANGE ME NOW  /  Marlene VerPlanck  /  “Ballads…Mostly”
  • (Irreplaceable)  /  LATE LAMENT  /  Keith Jarrett  /  “After The Fall”
  • (Incomparable)  /  I LIKE THE SUNRISE  /  Ella Fitzgerald  /  “Ella At Dukes’ Place”
  • (Insightful)  /  FRAGILE  /  Sting  /  “Live In Berlin”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “SOMETHING GOOD MIGHT HAPPEN” (6.8.19)

9 Jun

I’m have always been a “the-glass-is-half-empty” kind of guy. (I also worry who’s been drinking from that glass.) Why? Growing up, my family had a clear and distinct world view: “Something bad might happen.” So this week I challenged – no, I dared myself to look through the eyes of people who actually (and inexplicably) see the world positively. I played song after song about things possibly going right and how to make that happen. Happily I got through it but only by repeating my daily, personal affirmation: “What on earth were you thinking?” 

 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • SOMETHING’S COMING  /  Lilly Thornton  /  “Something’s Coming”
  • A BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP  /  Tony Bennett  /  “Tony Makes it Happen”
  • THIS COULD BE THE START OF SOMETHING BIG  /  Monica Ramey  /  “Monica Ramey & The Beegie Adair Trio”
  • IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU  /  Johnny Hartman  /  “This One’s For Tedi”
  • FROM THIS MOMENT ON  /  The Carpenters  /  “The Essential Collection”
  • WATCH WHAT HAPPENS  /  Joe Williams  /  “Joe Williams Live In Las Vegas”
  • SHALL WE DANCE?  /  Norma Winstone  /  “Manhattan In The Rain”
  • HAVEN’T WE MET?  /  Kenny Rankin  /  “Silver Morning”
  • EVERYTHING’S COMIN’ UP ROSES  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Carol Burnett  /  “Let Me Entertain You: Carol Burnett Sings”
  • IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT  /  Ashley Pezzotti  /  “We’ve Only Just Begun”
  • IF I HAD YOU  /  Willie Nelson & Diana Krall  /  “American Classic”
  • THE BEST IS YET TO COME  /  Audrey Bernstein  /  “Audrey Bernstein Loves Blue”
  • IN A MELLOW TONE  /  Cody Owen Stine  /  “Brunch At The Renaissance”
  • I FEEL A SONG COMING ON  /  Chris Connor & Maynard Ferguson  /  “Two’s Company”
  • BLUE SKIES  /  Dr. John  /  “Afterglow”
  • I’M BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT  /  Jenna Mammina & Rolf Sturm  /  Spark
  • SHINE ON YOUR SHOES  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Jerry Lewis  /  “Just Sings”
  • TAKE A CHANCE  /  Rebecca Dumaine  /  “Happy Madness”
  • HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES?  /  Tony Lindsay w/ Michael O’Neill Quintet  /  “Pacific Standard Time”
  • THIRD TIME IS A CHARM  /  Mary Stallings  /  “Songs Were Made To Sing”
  • A SLEEPIN’ BEE  /  John Doakes  /  “True Love”
  • THE MAN WITH THE HORN  /  Calabria Foti  /  “Prelude To A Kiss”
  • I LIKE THE SUNRISE  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Francis A. & Edward K.”
  • DREAM  /  Joanie Sommers  /  “Dream”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO LAZINESS” (6.1.19)

1 Jun

I was feeling too lazy to come up with a theme for this week until I suddenly realized that I…well, I’m sure you’re way ahead of me now so I’ll stop there.  Below is the playlist of the laziest songs, laziest excuses, and laziest fantasies I could squeeze into two hours, though I’m sure you’ll agree that lazy is definitely not a word that applies to any of the singers and musicians. 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • BIDIN’ MY TIME  /  Nat Cole  /  “Let’s Face The Music”
  • I’M LAZY THAT’S ALL  /  Catherine Russell  /  “Sentimental Streak”
  • LAZY DAY  /  Tony Bennett  /  “With Love”
  • AIN’T DOIN’ BAD DOIN’ NOTHIN’  /  Barbara Lusch  /  “Barbara Lusch”
  • UP A LAZY RIVER  /  The Mills Brothers & Count Basie  /  “The Board Of Directors”
  • LAZYBONES  /  Nellie McKay  /  “Sister Orchid”
  • NICE AND EASY  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Nice & Easy”
  • WHAT’S WRONG WITH BEING LAZY  /  Jean Laughlin  /  “Miracle Of Life”
  • SITTIN’ ON THE DOCK OF THE BAY  /  Otis Redding  /  “The Best Of Otis Redding”
  • LAZY AFTERNOON  /  Shirley Horn  /  “Lazy Afternoon”
  • THE FISHIN’ HOLE  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Andy Griffith  /  “American Originals”
  • TOO DARN HOT  /  Deborah Lippman  /  “Nightingale”       
  • SMALL DAY TOMORROW  /  Ian Shaw  /  “A Ghost In Every Bar”
  • THE LAZIEST GAL IN TOWN  /  Nina Simone  /  “Broadway-Blues-Ballads”
  • EASY DOES IT  /  Marina The Kats  /  “Wild”
  • YOU CAN COUNT ON ME  /  Mose Allison  /  “Wild Man On The Loose”
  • LAZY  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Marilyn Monroe  /  “The Magic Of Marilyn”
  • GONE FOR THE DAY  /  Veronica Swift  /  “Lonely Woman”
  • DAYDREAM  /  The Lovin’ Spoonful  /  “Daydream”
  • DAY DREAM  /  Sarah  Vaughan  /  Sarah Vaughan Sings The Duke Ellington Songbook”
  • SUNDAY IN NEW YORK  /  Mel Torme  /  “Hollywood Swing & Jazz”
  • FEELIN’ GROOVY  /  Emilie-Claire Barlow & The Metropole Orch.  /  “Clear Day”
  • EASY DOES IT  /  Oscar Peterson  /  “Night Train”
  • LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE  /  Roberta Donnay  /  “What’s Your Story?”
  • CANOE  /  Kat Edmonson  /  “Old Fashioned Gal”
  • LAZIN’ AROUND WITH YOU  /  Kate Reid  /  “The Heart Already Knows”
  • GIVE ME THE SIMPLE LIFE  /  Paul Jost  /  “Simple Life”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “UNCIVIL DISCOURSE” (5.19.19)

19 May

Angry. Bitter. Vindictive. Sarcastic. Belittling. Bullying – no I’m not trying to come up with my professional wrestler name. Haven’t you noticed? That’s how people talk to each other these days. Whatever happened to listening? Whatever happened to “if you don’t have anything nice to say…” I mean, whatever happened to civil discourse? I know, that’s so old world. Okay, I’ll join the new world – if only for two hours. 

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • GOODY GOODY  /  Frank Sinatra  /  “Sinatra & Swingin’ Brass”
  • EVERYTHING I’VE GOT BELONGS TO YOU  /  Johanna Sillanpaa  /  “From This Side”
  • YOUR MIND IS ON VACATION  /  Curtis Stigers  /  “Real Emotional”
  • IN THE NAME OF LOVE  /  Alan & Stacey Schulman  /  “As Is”
  • HOUND DOG  /  Casey Abrams  /  “Jazz”
  • SO LONG YOU FOOL  /  Sophie Milman  /  “Make Someone Happy”
  • KILLED A CAT  /  Kenny Rankin  /  “Silver Morning”
  • BABY I DON’T CRY OVER YOU  /  Yamit Lemoine  /  “Ain’t Misbehavin’”
  • DON’T LET THE SUN CATCH YOU CRYING  /  Ray Charles  /  “The Genius of Ray Charles”
  • WHY DON’T YOU DO RIGHT  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Amy Irving  /  “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”
  • IT’S TOO LATE /  Kevin Mahogany  /  “The Vienna Affair”
  • DO NOTHING TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME  /  Tony Bennett  /  “Bennett Sing Ellington: Hot & Cool”
  • I’M GONNA LOCK MY HEART  /  Karina Corradini  /  “Bridge To Infinity”
  • LET’S TALK ABOUT ME  /  The Hot Club Sandwich  /  “At The Matrix”
  • MOST GENTLEMEN DON’T LIKE LOVE  /  Betty Carter  /  “The Cole Porter Songbook”
  • GIRL TALK  /  Ernie Andrews  /  “Girl Talk”
  • DANCE ON YOUR OWN  /  Carol Welsman  /  “I Like Men”
  • GET OUT OF TOWN  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Dirk Bogarde  /  “Lyrics For Lovers”
  • YOU’RE A CAD  /  Hilary Gardner & Charles Ruggiero  /  “The Bird & The Bee”
  • CAN’T WE BE FRIENDS?  /  Seth MacFarlane  /  “Once In A While”
  • YOU’RE BLASÉ  /  Stan Getz  /  “Spring Is Here”
  • YOU IRRITATE ME SO  /  Hetty Kate & The Dan McLean Hot Six  /  “The Umbrella Man”
  • TELL ME THE TRUTH  /  Cormac Kenevey  /  “This Is Living”
  • LIVING IN THE WRONG TIME  /  Paul Jost  /  “Simple Life”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY 2019” (4.27.19)

28 Apr

Okay, I know I was celebrating International Jazz Day a little early. But I was eager to feature a few of the singers from around the world who are fighting the good fight to keep jazz alive, thriving, and swinging. I also asked some of my favorites to  record messages introducing a song or singer important and influential to them. Not surprisingly, these wonderful singers all chose American singers as their gold standard. If only that were true here in the country where jazz was born. 

(Country)  /  SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • (Argentina)  /  I’M GONNA LOCK MY HEART  /  Karina Corradini  /  “Bridge To Infinity”
  • (Brazil)  /  THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU  /  Tony Bennett & Ana Carolina  /  “Viva Duets”
  • (France)  /  IL POETA  /  Sarah Lancman  /  “Intermezzo”
  • (Ireland)  /  MOVIES  /  Cormac Kenevey  /  “This Is Living”
  • (Introduction by Cormac Kenevey:)
  • CHEEK TO CHEEK  /  Mel Torme  /  “Mel Torme Sings Fred Astaire”
  • (Poland)  /  LAZY AFTERNOON  /  Beata Pater  /  “Tet”
  • (Italy)  /  ALMOST IN YOUR ARMS  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Sophia Loren  /  “I Wanna Guy”
  • (Belgium)  /  BLUES FOR IKE  /  Django Reinhardt  /  “Nuages”
  • (Sweden)  /  YOU’VE CHANGED  /  Ellen Andersson  /  “I’ll Be Seeing You”
  • (Introduction by Ellen Andersson:)
  • DOXY  /  Kurt Elling & Branford Marsalis  /  “Upward Spiral”
  • (Austria)  /  STICK TO WHAT YOU GOT  /  Marina & The Kats  /  “Stick To What You Got – Radio Edit”
  • (Switzerland)  /  MAKE SURE YOU’RE SURE  /  Nicole Herzog  /  “Intimacy”
  • (Ireland & Wales)  /  COOL LIFE  /  Judith Owen & Ian Shaw  /  “The Beautiful Damage Collection”
  • (Wales)  /  HOW LITTLE WE KNOW  /  Ian Shaw  /  “Shine Sister Shine”
  • (Introduction by Ian Shaw:)
  • BETTER DAYS  /  Dianne Reeves  /  “The Best Of Dianne Reeves”
  • (Australia)  /  IT’S ALL ABOUT LOVE  /  Sarah McKenzie  /  “Secrets Of My Heart”
  • (Canada)  /  CHEZ MOI  /  Emilie-Claire Barlow  /  “Seur Ce Soir”
  • (Introduction by Emilie-Claire Barlow:)
  • SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP  /  Mel Torme  /  “Mel Torme Swings Shubert Alley”
  • (Germany)  /  DAY DREAM  /  William Evans  /  “Schlitten”
  • (Mexico)  /  MY FOOLISH HEART  /  Iraida Noriega  /  “Quien Eres Tu?”
  • (Introduction by Iraida Noriega:)
  • ESPERANTO  /  Kurt Elling  /  “Live In Chicago”
  • (Germany)  /  BEING ME  /  Esther Kaiser  /  “Learning How To Listen”
  • (New York, NY)  /  PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR: “OPEN BORDERS” (4.6.19)

7 Apr

I opened the southern border wide to celebrate just a small fraction of the songs, musicians, singers from the other side of the border who have given us so much great music. Plus I played the only Frank Sinatra song I can think of where he deliberately sings off key. And to help drive home the point of this week’s show, I also played a song from the new Broadway musical Hadestown, in which Hades, more of a demagogue than demigod, sings about building his wall around Hadestown. Sound chillingly familiar?

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • I DON’T KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT YOU  /  Delicatessen  /  “Goodnight Kiss”
  • I’M OLD FASHIONED  /  Delicatessen  /  “Goodnight Kiss”
  • TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT  /  Ruben Blades & Jazz At Lincoln Center Jazz Orch.  /  “Una Noche Con Ruben Blades”
  • JANGADA  /  Claudia Villela  /  “JazzaNova”
  • AGUAS DE MARCO  /  Tom Jobim & Elis Regina  /  “Elis & Tom”
  • WILLOW WEEP FOR ME  /  Arturo O’Farrill & Claudia Acuna  /  “In These Shoes”
  • DORALICE  /  Joao Gilberto & Stan Getz  /  “Getz/Gilberto”
  • ONE NOTE SAMBA  /  Astrud Gilberto  /  “Stan Getz: The Bossa Nova Years”
  • TIJUANA GIFT SHOP  /  Charles Mingus  /  “Tijuana Moods”
  • END OF THE WORLD  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Vikki Carr  /  “From The Columbia Records Vaults”
  • O PATO  /  Emilie-Claire Barlow  /  “The Very Thought of You
  • AGUA DE BEBER  /  Al Jarreau  /  “Glow”
  • WHY WE BUILD THE WALL  /  Patrick Page  /  “Hadestown: The Myth, The Musical”
  • BESAME MUCHO  /  Jackie Ryan  /  “The Best of Love Songs”
  • DESAFINADO  /  Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim  /  “Sinatra/Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings”
  • SWING MENOR  /  Angel Parra Trio  /  “Uno Ano Mas”
  • AQUI SE HABLA EN AMOR  /  Nat Cole  /  “More Cole Espanol”
  • LA PUERTA  /  Iraida Noriega & Zinco Big Band  /  “Asi Era Entonces, Ahora…”
  • A CAPPELLA IN ACAPULCO  /  The Real Group  /  “Unreal!”
  • THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT  /  Tony Bennett & Thalia  /  “Viva Duets”
  • QUIZAS, QUIZAS, QUIZAS  /  Magos Herrera & Sanchal Vasandani  /  “Quizas, Quizas, Quizas”
  • LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE  /  Paulinho Garcia  /  “Beautiful Love”
  • YOU’RE MY THRILL  /  Camila Meza  /  “Prism”
  • ONLY TRUST YOUR HEART  /  Atrud Gilberto & Stan Getz  /  “Stan Getz: The Bossa Nova Years”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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PLAYLIST FOR “I’M IN THE MOOD FOR THE SUBJUNCTIVE” (3.30.19)

30 Mar

In an effort to save an endangered and near extinct treasure – good grammar, I renewed my effort to MGGA – Make Grammar Great Again – and offered a remedial lesson in the subjunctive, that form of grammar that expresses wishes and desires for things we don’t have. Of course, I had a lot of help from some wonderful adjunct songwriters and singers. Wish you’d never heard of the subjunctive mood? Hey, maybe you understand this stuff better than you think.

SONG TITLE  /  Artist  /  CD Or Album Title

  • I WISH I WERE IN LOVE AGAIN  /  Gillian Margot  /  “Black Butterfly”
  • IF DREAMS COME TRUE  /  Joe Williams  /  “Prez & Joe”
  • IF I WERE A BELL  /  Stacey Kent  /  “Dreamer In Concert”
  • IF YOU WERE A SONG  /  Billy Brandt  /  “The Ballad Of Larry’s Neighbor”
  • IF THE STARS WERE MINE  /  Melody Gardot  /  “My One And Only Thrill”
  • I WISH I KNEW  /  Jimmy Scott  /  “The Source”
  • IF JAMES TAYLOR WERE ON FIRE  /  Paul And Storm  /  “Gumbo Pants”
  • IF I WERE A BOY  /  Reba McEntire  /  “All The Woman I Am”
  • IF I WERE A CARPENTER  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Leonard Nimoy  /  “Spaced Out – The Best Of Leonard Nimoy”
  • I WISH I KNEW (HOW IT WOULD FEEL TO BE FREE)  /  Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orch.  /  “The Capitol Studio Sessions”
  • IF I LOVED YOU  /  Nancy LaMott  /  “What’s Good About Goodbye”
  • IF YOU WERE MINE  /  Tony Bennett  /  “I Wanna Be Around”
  • IF I HAD YOU  /  Nnenna Freelon  /  Nnenna Freelon Live”
  • IS YOU IS OR IS YOU AIN’T  /  Catherine Russell  /  “Alone Together”
  • IF JAMES TAYLOR WERE ON FIRE AT THE BOTTOM OF A WELL  /  Paul & Storm  /  “Gumbo Pants”
  • IF I ONLY HAD A BRAIN  /  John Doakes  /  “Forever Reasons”
  • IF I ONLY HAD A HEART  /  Michelle Lordi  /  “Drive”
  • IF LOVE WERE ALL  /  (Mystery Vocalist)  /  Alan Cumming  /  “Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs”
  • IF I WERE YOU  /  Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson  /  “The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia”
  • I WISH I DIDN’T LOVE YOU SO  /  Steven Pasquale  /  “Somethin’ Like Love”
  • IF YOU LOVE ME  /  Shirley Horn  /  “Here’s To Life”
  • THAT’S MY DESIRE  /  Ray Stevens  /  “Grover’s Hat Project”
  • IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW  /  Chet Baker, Philip Catherine  /  “Late Night Jazz”
  • IF YOU WERE THE ONLY BOY  /  Bernadette Peters  /  “Sondheim, Etc., Etc.”
  • PARIS MISMATCH  /  (Theme Music)  /  Cody Owen Stine

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