Here are the songs that were played on the Halloween Special  this morning (Tuesday, October 30th, 2012):
Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle: Puttin’ on the Ritz
Cab Calloway: The Nightmare
Bill Buchanan: Beware
Babs Tino: Dr. Jekyl or Mr. Hyde
Fred Astaire: Me and the Ghost Upstairs 
David Seville: Witch Doctor 
Louis Prima: Mr. Ghost Goes to Town
Bobby Please and the Pleasers: Monster
Putney Dandridge: The Skeleton in the Closet 
The Keytones: I Was a Teenage Monster
Dan Russo: Taint no Sin
Dick Jacobs and his Orchestra: The House of Frankenstein 
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with Dorothy Claire: Swingin’ at the Seance 
Glen Gray: Boogie Woogie Man 
Bert Convy: The Monster’s Hop 
Jackie Morningstar: Rocking the Graveyard 
The Kac-Ties: Mr. Werewolf 
The Zanies: The Mad Scientist 
Kay Starr: The Headless Horseman 
Henry Hall and his Orchestra: Hush, Hush, Hush (Here Comes the Boogeyman) 
Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs: Li’l Red Riding Hood

Image: Vinyl skull by Ted Riederer

Here are the songs that were played on the Halloween Special this morning (Tuesday, October 30th, 2012):

Gene Wilder and Peter Boyle: Puttin’ on the Ritz
Cab Calloway: The Nightmare
Bill Buchanan: Beware
Babs Tino: Dr. Jekyl or Mr. Hyde
Fred Astaire: Me and the Ghost Upstairs
David Seville: Witch Doctor
Louis Prima: Mr. Ghost Goes to Town
Bobby Please and the Pleasers: Monster
Putney Dandridge: The Skeleton in the Closet
The Keytones: I Was a Teenage Monster
Dan Russo: Taint no Sin
Dick Jacobs and his Orchestra: The House of Frankenstein
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with Dorothy Claire: Swingin’ at the Seance
Glen Gray: Boogie Woogie Man
Bert Convy: The Monster’s Hop
Jackie Morningstar: Rocking the Graveyard
The Kac-Ties: Mr. Werewolf
The Zanies: The Mad Scientist
Kay Starr: The Headless Horseman
Henry Hall and his Orchestra: Hush, Hush, Hush (Here Comes the Boogeyman)
Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs: Li’l Red Riding Hood

Image: Vinyl skull by Ted Riederer


Here are the songs that were played on the show Thursday, October 25th, 2012:
Judy Garland: Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
Judy Garland: Dear Mr Gable (You Made Me Love You)
Lawrence Welk: Start the Day Right
Eartha Kitt: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: East St. Louis Toodle-Oo 
Dinah Washington: Pennies from Heaven 
Kay Starr: Waiting at the End of the Road 
Louis Armstrong with Sy Oliver’s Orchestra: La Vie En Rose
Gayle Larson & Lew Raymond and Orchestra: Oop-Shoop
Julie London: The Man That Got Away 
Coleman Hawkins: Picasso
Nat “King” Cole: Mona Lisa
Tony Bennett: Sometimes I’m Happy
Charlie Parker: Old Folks
Fred Astaire: Cheek to Cheek 
George Shearing: Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid 
Lena Horne: Just One of Those Things 
Glenn Miller Orchestra: Chattanooga Choo-Choo
Ella Fitzgerald: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off
Image by Elo Designs

Here are the songs that were played on the show Thursday, October 25th, 2012:

Judy Garland: Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart
Judy Garland: Dear Mr Gable (You Made Me Love You)
Lawrence Welk: Start the Day Right
Eartha Kitt: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
Dinah Washington: Pennies from Heaven
Kay Starr: Waiting at the End of the Road
Louis Armstrong with Sy Oliver’s Orchestra: La Vie En Rose
Gayle Larson & Lew Raymond and Orchestra: Oop-Shoop
Julie London: The Man That Got Away
Coleman Hawkins: Picasso
Nat “King” Cole: Mona Lisa
Tony Bennett: Sometimes I’m Happy
Charlie Parker: Old Folks
Fred Astaire: Cheek to Cheek
George Shearing: Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid
Lena Horne: Just One of Those Things
Glenn Miller Orchestra: Chattanooga Choo-Choo
Ella Fitzgerald: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off

Image by Elo Designs


Here are the songs that were played on the show on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012:
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong: I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
Dinah Shore: All That Glitters is Not Gold
Fred Astaire: Puttin’ on the Ritz
Eartha Kitt: Oh John! (Please Don’t Kiss Me)
Oscar Peterson: Honey Dripper
Nat “King” Cole: Always You 
Sarah Vaughan: Sassy’s Blues
Bernard Hermann and Orchestra: North by Northwest (Theme)
Billy Eckstine: Strange Sensation
Lawrence Welk: Ain’t She Sweet
Dinah Washington: A Slick Chick on the Mellow Side 
Fats Waller: Moppin’ and Boppin’
Django Reinhardt: Vous Et Moi 
Cab Calloway: Come On With The Come On
Judy Garland: Down on Melody Farm 
Al “Jazzbo” Collins: The Discovery of America 
Image: Peanuts by Charles Shultz from March 1st 1953 courtesy peanutsroasted

Here are the songs that were played on the show on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012:

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong: I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
Dinah Shore: All That Glitters is Not Gold
Fred Astaire: Puttin’ on the Ritz
Eartha Kitt: Oh John! (Please Don’t Kiss Me)
Oscar Peterson: Honey Dripper
Nat “King” Cole: Always You
Sarah Vaughan: Sassy’s Blues
Bernard Hermann and Orchestra: North by Northwest (Theme)
Billy Eckstine: Strange Sensation
Lawrence Welk: Ain’t She Sweet
Dinah Washington: A Slick Chick on the Mellow Side
Fats Waller: Moppin’ and Boppin’
Django Reinhardt: Vous Et Moi
Cab Calloway: Come On With The Come On
Judy Garland: Down on Melody Farm
Al “Jazzbo” Collins: The Discovery of America

Image: Peanuts by Charles Shultz from March 1st 1953 courtesy peanutsroasted


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ever searched for a way to sum up the madness of crate digging?  an artist and fellow dusty fingered madman has managed to capture all the frustrations and social dysfunctions in a series of drawings entitled “crate digging… don’t do it.”
und am ende nimmt man doch wieder jeden laden, flohmarkt und discogs-link mit. die suche geht weiter.

malennachbruchzahlen:

ich weiß, diese serie ist steinalt, aber für alle, die es noch nicht kennen.

ever searched for a way to sum up the madness of crate digging?  an artist and fellow dusty fingered madman has managed to capture all the frustrations and social dysfunctions in a series of drawings entitled “crate digging… don’t do it.”

und am ende nimmt man doch wieder jeden laden, flohmarkt und discogs-link mit. die suche geht weiter.


Here are the songs that were played on the Ethel, Ella, and Eartha Special this morning (October 18th, 2012):
Duke Ellington: Introduction of Ella Fitzgerald
Ella Fitzgerald: Let’s Do It
Eartha Kitt: African Lullaby
Ethel Waters: Sweet Georgia Brown
Ella Fitzgerald: Blues in the Night
Eartha Kitt: Just an Old Fashioned Girl
Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (clip)
Ethel Waters: What Did I do to be so Black and Blue?
Ella Fitzgerald: The Real American Folk Song
Eartha Kitt: The Heel 
Ella Fitzgerald: You’ve Got What Gets Me
Ethel Waters: I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
Eartha Kitt: Le Danseur de Charleston
Ella Fitzgerald: This Can’t Be Love
Ethel Waters: When Your Lover Has Gone 
Eartha Kitt: I Want to be Evil
Ella Fitzgerald: Satin Doll
Eartha Kitt: Apres Moi
Image: Eartha Kitt, 1952. Photograph by Carl Van Vechten from the Marquette University Archives.

Here are the songs that were played on the Ethel, Ella, and Eartha Special this morning (October 18th, 2012):

Duke Ellington: Introduction of Ella Fitzgerald
Ella Fitzgerald: Let’s Do It
Eartha Kitt: African Lullaby
Ethel Waters: Sweet Georgia Brown
Ella Fitzgerald: Blues in the Night
Eartha Kitt: Just an Old Fashioned Girl
Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (clip)
Ethel Waters: What Did I do to be so Black and Blue?
Ella Fitzgerald: The Real American Folk Song
Eartha Kitt: The Heel
Ella Fitzgerald: You’ve Got What Gets Me
Ethel Waters: I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
Eartha Kitt: Le Danseur de Charleston
Ella Fitzgerald: This Can’t Be Love
Ethel Waters: When Your Lover Has Gone
Eartha Kitt: I Want to be Evil
Ella Fitzgerald: Satin Doll
Eartha Kitt: Apres Moi

Image: Eartha Kitt, 1952. Photograph by Carl Van Vechten from the Marquette University Archives.


Today on My Grandfather’s Records, it’s the Ethel, Ella, and Eartha special— music all by Ethel Waters, Ella Fitzgerald, and Eartha Kitt! That’s starting in 2 1/2 hours (8 AM AST, 9 AM PST, 12 noon Eastern) on KSUA 91.5 FM College! You can also listen online at KSUAradio.com. Don’t miss it!
Image: A very young Ethel Waters, courtesy Jazzateria. Photo by James Connelly

Today on My Grandfather’s Records, it’s the Ethel, Ella, and Eartha special— music all by Ethel Waters, Ella Fitzgerald, and Eartha Kitt! That’s starting in 2 1/2 hours (8 AM AST, 9 AM PST, 12 noon Eastern) on KSUA 91.5 FM College! You can also listen online at KSUAradio.com. Don’t miss it!

Image: A very young Ethel Waters, courtesy Jazzateria. Photo by James Connelly


These songs were played on this morning’s show (Tuesday, October 16th, 2012):
Tony Bennett: I’ve Got my Love to Keep Me Warm; I Love Winter Weather
Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra: Poi My Boy Will Make a Man Out of You
Eartha Kitt: Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love)
Pearl Bailey: Takes Two to Tango
Nat “King” Cole: Nature Boy
David Rose and his Orchestra: Sweet Leilani
Louis Armstrong: Jeepers Creepers
Dinah Shore: Blues in the Night
Dinah Washington: Cold, Cold Heart
Rosemary Clooney: Witchcraft
Ella Fitzgerald: I’m Old Fashioned
Coleman Hawkins: Cocktails For Two
Mel Tormé: Lulu’s Back in Town
Benny Goodman Orchestra: I Found a New Baby
Freddy Martin and his Orchestra with Artie Wayne: Now and Forever
The Three Suns: Peg o’ my Heart
Count Basie: Ain’t Misbehavin’
Al “Jazzbo” Collins: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Image: I’ve traced it back as far as thehumanmindwonders, but I don’t know if s/he made it or reblogged it from elsewhere.

These songs were played on this morning’s show (Tuesday, October 16th, 2012):

Tony Bennett: I’ve Got my Love to Keep Me Warm; I Love Winter Weather
Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiian Hotel Orchestra: Poi My Boy Will Make a Man Out of You
Eartha Kitt: Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love)
Pearl Bailey: Takes Two to Tango
Nat “King” Cole: Nature Boy
David Rose and his Orchestra: Sweet Leilani
Louis Armstrong: Jeepers Creepers
Dinah Shore: Blues in the Night
Dinah Washington: Cold, Cold Heart
Rosemary Clooney: Witchcraft
Ella Fitzgerald: I’m Old Fashioned
Coleman Hawkins: Cocktails For Two
Mel Tormé: Lulu’s Back in Town
Benny Goodman Orchestra: I Found a New Baby
Freddy Martin and his Orchestra with Artie Wayne: Now and Forever
The Three Suns: Peg o’ my Heart
Count Basie: Ain’t Misbehavin’
Al “Jazzbo” Collins: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Image: I’ve traced it back as far as thehumanmindwonders, but I don’t know if s/he made it or reblogged it from elsewhere.


Here are the songs that you heard on the Louis Armstrong Special (Thursday, October 11th, 2012):
Louis Armstrong with Sy Oliver’s Orchestra: La Vie En Rose
Louis Armstrong and His All Stars: Pennies from Heaven
Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald with Sy Oliver’s Orchestra: Dream a Little Dream of Me
Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra: Struttin’ with some Barbecue
Louis Armstrong and the Decca Mixed Choir: Nobody Knows De Trouble I’ve Seen
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra: Tiger Rag
Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra: Black and Blue
King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band: Dipper Mouth Blues (aka Sugar Foot Stomp)
Louis Armstrong & His Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra: Body and Soul
Louis Armstrong and The All Stars: Moon River
Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra: Chinatown, My Chinatown
Louis Armstrong & The All Stars (Live at the Hollywood Bowl, 1956): The Gypsy 
Louis Armstrong and Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter & His Orchestra: Gone Fishin’ (Live Radio Version)
Louis Armstrong & The All Stars: Cabaret
Louis Armstrong: What a Wonderful World
Image: Louis plays for his wife at Giza.

Here are the songs that you heard on the Louis Armstrong Special (Thursday, October 11th, 2012):

Louis Armstrong with Sy Oliver’s Orchestra: La Vie En Rose
Louis Armstrong and His All Stars: Pennies from Heaven
Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald with Sy Oliver’s Orchestra: Dream a Little Dream of Me
Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra: Struttin’ with some Barbecue
Louis Armstrong and the Decca Mixed Choir: Nobody Knows De Trouble I’ve Seen
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra: Tiger Rag
Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra: Black and Blue
King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band: Dipper Mouth Blues (aka Sugar Foot Stomp)
Louis Armstrong & His Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra: Body and Soul
Louis Armstrong and The All Stars: Moon River
Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra: Chinatown, My Chinatown
Louis Armstrong & The All Stars (Live at the Hollywood Bowl, 1956): The Gypsy
Louis Armstrong and Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter & His Orchestra: Gone Fishin’ (Live Radio Version)
Louis Armstrong & The All Stars: Cabaret
Louis Armstrong: What a Wonderful World

Image: Louis plays for his wife at Giza.


Here are the songs that were played on the show Tuesday, October 9th, 2012:
Eartha Kitt: Back in Business
Cab Calloway: Twee-Twee-Tweet
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra (with Ray Eberle and The Modernaires): Day Dreaming
Fats Waller: Sad Sap Sucker am I
Nat “King” Cole: Because of Rain 
Lennie Hayton with the MGM Studio Orchestra and Chorus: Till the Clouds Roll By
Louis Armstrong: Heebie Jeebies
Paul Robeson (with Emanuel Balaban conducting the Columbia Concert Orchestra): Ma Curly Headed Baby 
Gene Kelly & Georges Guetary: ‘S Wonderful
Robert Merril with Russ Case and his Orchestra: The Last Round Up 
Judy Garland: Love of my Life
Pearl Bailey & Dinah Shore: Mack the Knife
Pete Johnson: Boogie Woogie
Lena Horne: Stormy Weather
Ella Fitzgerald: That Certain Feeling
Judy Garland: Over the Rainbow
Image: Album Room from ocmafia

Here are the songs that were played on the show Tuesday, October 9th, 2012:

Eartha Kitt: Back in Business
Cab Calloway: Twee-Twee-Tweet
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra (with Ray Eberle and The Modernaires): Day Dreaming
Fats Waller: Sad Sap Sucker am I
Nat “King” Cole: Because of Rain
Lennie Hayton with the MGM Studio Orchestra and Chorus: Till the Clouds Roll By
Louis Armstrong: Heebie Jeebies
Paul Robeson (with Emanuel Balaban conducting the Columbia Concert Orchestra):
Ma Curly Headed Baby
Gene Kelly & Georges Guetary: ‘S Wonderful
Robert Merril with Russ Case and his Orchestra: The Last Round Up
Judy Garland: Love of my Life
Pearl Bailey & Dinah Shore: Mack the Knife
Pete Johnson: Boogie Woogie
Lena Horne: Stormy Weather
Ella Fitzgerald: That Certain Feeling
Judy Garland: Over the Rainbow

Image: Album Room from ocmafia


I just received notice that KSUA operations will be undergoing some maintenance tomorrow morning, so tomorrow’s show will have to be cancelled. I’m sorry about that, all. Due to the cancellation, I have moved the Louis Armstrong special to next Thursday (October 11th.) Please tune in for a regular show on Tuesday, October 9th, at 8 AM AST (9 AM Pacific,12 Noon Eastern). Thank you!
Image: “A Song of Black and Red" by Malo Tocquer

I just received notice that KSUA operations will be undergoing some maintenance tomorrow morning, so tomorrow’s show will have to be cancelled. I’m sorry about that, all. Due to the cancellation, I have moved the Louis Armstrong special to next Thursday (October 11th.) Please tune in for a regular show on Tuesday, October 9th, at 8 AM AST (9 AM Pacific,12 Noon Eastern). Thank you!

Image: “A Song of Black and Red" by Malo Tocquer


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These songs were played on today’s show (Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012):
Charles Gounod: Funeral March of a Marionette (Opening Theme to Alfred Hitchcock Presents)
Judy Garland: It Never Rains, But What it Pours
Sammy Kaye with Don Cornell and The Kaydets: Friendly Mountains
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: How Could You Do a Thing Like That To Me (Sultry Serenade)
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with The Four Modernaires: Make Believe Ballroom Time
Dinah Shore: I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night
Bing Crosby with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra: I’ve Got Plenty to be Thankful For
Fred Astaire: A Foggy Day
Lena Horne:  Somebody Loves Me
Paul Robeson with Emanuel Balaban and the Columbia Concert Orchestra: Wagon Wheels
Louis Armstrong: Black and Blue
Kathryn Grayson and Tony Martin with Lennie Hayton and the MGM Orchestra: Who Cares if My Boat Goes Upstream? / Make Believe
Kay Starr: Stormy Weather
Julie London: The Man That Got Away
Julie London: Cry Me a River
Eartha Kitt: C’est si bon (It’s so Good)
The Chordettes: Mr. Sandman

Happy College Radio Day, everyone!
Image: Rainbow Record, posted by albinodogontheprowl (account seems to be inactive now.) Anyone know who the original photographer was?

These songs were played on today’s show (Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012):

Charles Gounod: Funeral March of a Marionette (Opening Theme to Alfred Hitchcock Presents)
Judy Garland: It Never Rains, But What it Pours
Sammy Kaye with Don Cornell and The Kaydets: Friendly Mountains
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: How Could You Do a Thing Like That To Me (Sultry Serenade)
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with The Four Modernaires: Make Believe Ballroom Time
Dinah Shore: I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night
Bing Crosby with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra: I’ve Got Plenty to be Thankful For
Fred Astaire: A Foggy Day
Lena Horne: Somebody Loves Me
Paul Robeson with Emanuel Balaban and the Columbia Concert Orchestra: Wagon Wheels
Louis Armstrong: Black and Blue
Kathryn Grayson and Tony Martin with Lennie Hayton and the MGM Orchestra: Who Cares if My Boat Goes Upstream? / Make Believe
Kay Starr: Stormy Weather
Julie London: The Man That Got Away
Julie London: Cry Me a River
Eartha Kitt: C’est si bon (It’s so Good)
The Chordettes: Mr. Sandman

Happy College Radio Day, everyone!

Image: Rainbow Record, posted by albinodogontheprowl (account seems to be inactive now.) Anyone know who the original photographer was?


Here is the list of songs that were played on the show Thursday, September 27th, 2012:
Andy Williams: Moon River
Bing Crosby with Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians: Trade Winds
Cab Calloway: I Want to Rock
Eartha Kitt: Uska Dara (A Turkish Tale)
Lawrence Welk (featuring Lois Best and Walter Bloom): The Umbrella Man
Louis Armstrong: Shadrack
Gerald Adams: Daisy Bell
Rosemary Clooney: It’s Alright With Me
Judy Garland: Happy Harvest
Ella Fitzgerald (backed by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra): Caravan
Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Octoroon
Miklos Rozsa: Ben-Hur (Main Title)
Fred Astaire: Things Are Looking Up
Robert Merrill (backed by Russ Case and his Orchestra): Home on the Range
June Allison, Mickey Rooney, the M-G-M Chorus, & Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra: Treat Me Rough
Sammy Kaye (vocals by Don Cornell & Laura Leslie): May I Still Hold You (When the Dance is Over)
Image: Vinyl Love from ydr313

Here is the list of songs that were played on the show Thursday, September 27th, 2012:

Andy Williams: Moon River
Bing Crosby with Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians: Trade Winds
Cab Calloway: I Want to Rock
Eartha Kitt: Uska Dara (A Turkish Tale)
Lawrence Welk (featuring Lois Best and Walter Bloom): The Umbrella Man
Louis Armstrong: Shadrack
Gerald Adams: Daisy Bell
Rosemary Clooney: It’s Alright With Me
Judy Garland: Happy Harvest
Ella Fitzgerald (backed by Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra): Caravan
Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Octoroon
Miklos Rozsa: Ben-Hur (Main Title)
Fred Astaire: Things Are Looking Up
Robert Merrill (backed by Russ Case and his Orchestra): Home on the Range
June Allison, Mickey Rooney, the M-G-M Chorus, & Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra: Treat Me Rough
Sammy Kaye (vocals by Don Cornell & Laura Leslie): May I Still Hold You (When the Dance is Over)

Image: Vinyl Love from ydr313


Today on My Grandfather’s Records, we salute Andy Williams with his signature song, Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians bring us some music on the winds, Sammy Kaye wants to hold you, and Artie Shaw reminds us of how things have changed. All that and more starting after Democracy Now (in about five minutes) on KSUA 91.5 FM College! Listen online at KSUAradio.com
Image by Mike Davis

Today on My Grandfather’s Records, we salute Andy Williams with his signature song, Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians bring us some music on the winds, Sammy Kaye wants to hold you, and Artie Shaw reminds us of how things have changed. All that and more starting after Democracy Now (in about five minutes) on KSUA 91.5 FM College! Listen online at KSUAradio.com

Image by Mike Davis


Here is the playlist for the “King and Bing” show (just music by Nat “King” Cole and Bing Crosby) that was broadcast Tuesday, September 25th, 2012:
Bing Crosby: Just my Luck
Nat “King” Cole: Nature Boy
Bing Crosby: The Funny Old Hills
Nat “King” Cole: Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup
Bing Crosby (backed by John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra): I Have Eyes
Nat “King” Cole: Route 66
Bing Crosby (with Jay Blackton and Orchestra): You May Not Love Me
Nat “King” Cole: Orange Colored Sky
Bing Crosby (backed by Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra): Sweet Lorraine
Nat “King” Cole: Calypso Blues
Bing Crosby (with Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians): A Song of Old Hawaii
Nat “King” Cole: Smile
Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire: I’ll Capture Your Heart 
Nat “King” Cole: Tenderly
Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters: South America, Take it Away
Nat “King” Cole & Natalie Cole: Unforgettable
Image: Nat King Cole’s self-titled LP cover courtesy carter’s.

Here is the playlist for the “King and Bing” show (just music by Nat “King” Cole and Bing Crosby) that was broadcast Tuesday, September 25th, 2012:

Bing Crosby: Just my Luck
Nat “King” Cole: Nature Boy
Bing Crosby: The Funny Old Hills
Nat “King” Cole: Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup
Bing Crosby (backed by John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra): I Have Eyes
Nat “King” Cole: Route 66
Bing Crosby (with Jay Blackton and Orchestra): You May Not Love Me
Nat “King” Cole: Orange Colored Sky
Bing Crosby (backed by Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra): Sweet Lorraine
Nat “King” Cole: Calypso Blues
Bing Crosby (with Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians): A Song of Old Hawaii
Nat “King” Cole: Smile
Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire: I’ll Capture Your Heart
Nat “King” Cole: Tenderly
Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters: South America, Take it Away
Nat “King” Cole & Natalie Cole: Unforgettable

Image: Nat King Cole’s self-titled LP cover courtesy carter’s.



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