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Old 05-11-22, 07:21 AM
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Mellow Yellow – Donovan


Mellow Yellow by Big Maybelle


Mellow Yellow – Steve Marcus, Larry Coryell, Mike Nock


Mellow Yellow – Jeff Afdem


Mellow Yellow – Caterina Caselli


Mellow Yellow – Papa Benny’s Jazzband


Mellow Yellow – Herbie Mann


Mellow Yellow – The Al Capps Orchestra


Mellow Yellow – Senator Bobby & Senator McKinley


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Old 05-11-22, 08:10 AM
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*Here, There and Everywhere – Paul McCartney Take 14


*Emmylou Harris version


*Neri per Caso version


*Barbara Dickson version


*George Benson version


*Sutton Foster version



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Thursday, May 12, 2022



Everything's Coming Up Roses · Rita McKenzie


All Blues – Kitty Margolis


Angela (From “Taxi") · London Music Works · Evan Jolly


Never Can Say Goodbye – Dave Grusin & Lee Ritenour


Love For Sale – Adrienne West & Alessio Menconi


Moody’s Mood – George Benson


New York State Of Mind – ‘Round Midnight


On the Street Where You Live · Jordan Donica & Linda Mugleston


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Old 05-14-22, 06:04 AM
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Saturday, May 14, 2022



Wildflower · Euge Groove · Elliot Yamin


Yardbird Suite Carmen McRae


Ain't No Sunshine · David Sanborn


Aquarela do Brasil · Altamiro Carrilho · Gilson Peranzzetta · Sebastiăo Tapajós · Mauricio Einhorn


Birdland – The Manhattan Transfer


Canadian Sunset – Houston Person


Eleanor Rigby – Ray Charles


Deacon Blues · Midnite String Quartet


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Old 05-16-22, 04:48 AM
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Monday, May 16, 2022



Can’t Take My Eyes Off You – Berk & The Virtual Band


East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon) – Wynton Marsalis


Funny Face – Patti Austin


Too Close To Comfort – Sammy Davis Jr


West Coast Blues – Davis & Dow


"When You're Smiling" - Sundae + Mr. Goessl


A Man And A Woman – Free Design


Another Night in Tunisia – Manhattan Transfer with Bobby McFerrin and John Hendricks

Petite Fleur – Chris Barber’s Jazz Band


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Old 05-17-22, 07:42 AM
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"The Night We Called It a Day" is a popular song and jazz standard. The music was written by Matt Dennis, the lyrics by Tom Adair. The song was published in 1941.

One early recording of the song was notable in that it was Frank Sinatra's first solo recording (Bluebird 11463 in 1942). A review in Billboard called the recording "a sparkling example of song" with Sinatra's singing and Axel Stordahl's musical direction. Sinatra also made studio recordings of the song for Columbia records in 1947 and Capitol Records in 1957. On May 19, 2015, Bob Dylan sang it on the second-to-last episode of The Late Show with David Letterman.



Frank Sinatra version


Doris Day version


Diana Krall version


Bob Dylan version


Chris Connor version


David Rose – Andrej Hermlin & His Swing Dance Orchestra


Lennie Niehaus version


June Christy version


Mike Longo and the New York State of the Art Jazz Ensemble version

Callum Au · Claire Martin version


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Tuesday, May 17, 2022



Oh, What A Beautiful Morning – Trijntje Oosterhuis


Out Of Nowhere · Marshall Crenshaw · Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks


Stranger In Paradise · Karen Foster


The Look Of Love – Chris Botti


Too Marvelous for Words – Joe Gransden


Work Song – Sammy Davis Jr. / Count Basie


Yardbird Suite · Cyrille Aimée & Diego Figueiredo


Them There Eyes · Wynton Marsalis · Richard Galliano

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Old 05-18-22, 04:31 AM
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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Boléro – InsideOut


Boléro – Maybebop


Boléro · Cal Tjader

Boléro – Pink Martini


Boléro · Deviations Project


Boléro · René Dupéré · Cirque du Soleil · Luc Gilbert · Alain Berge

Boléro – David Garrett


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Old 05-19-22, 08:49 AM
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“Goin' Out of My Head" is a song written by Teddy Randazzo and Bobby Weinstein, initially recorded by Little Anthony and the Imperials in 1964. Randazzo, a childhood friend of the group, wrote the song especially for them, having also supplied the group with their previous Top 20 Hit "I'm on the Outside (Looking In)". Their original version of the song was a Billboard Top 10 Pop smash, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 1 in the Canadian RPM-list in 1965. The song peaked at No. 8 on Cashbox magazine's R&B chart (Billboard was in a chart recess for R&B listings at that time). The Little Anthony and the Imperials original recording is the best-known version of the song, although it has since been covered by many other artists, including the Zombies, who released a rendition as their last single on Decca Records.

*Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66


*Goin' Out Of My Head · Ella Fitzgerald · The Tee Carson Trio


*Going Out of My Head · Brian Alexander


*Goin' out of My Head (Live) · Under the Streetlamp


*Going out of My Head · Max Monno · Francesca Leone · Pippo Lombardo · Marco Giuliani · Gianluca Fraccalvieri · Fabio Delle Foglie


*Well I Think I'm Going out of My Head · Gordon Beck Quartet feat. Joy Marshall · Gordon Beck


*Ramsey Lewis Going Out Of My Head


*Goin' Out Of My Head · Rene Bloch · The Afro Blues Quintet


*Goin' Out of My Head · Guido di Leone, Vito Di Modugno, Mimmo Campanale


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Friday, May 20, 2022



The California Honeydrops - Fire and Rain


Dream a Little Dream – Nina Katrina


Africa – Perpetuum Jazzile


Time of the Season (Bonus Track) · Straight No Chaser


I'd Love to Change the World – Ten Years After


Sara Smile – Vance Gilbert


Wichita Lineman (Live) · Blue Grass Boogiemen · Spijk Groenendijk · Joost Van Es


Big Yellow Taxi – Emily Keener


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Monday, May 23, 2022



That's Entertainment! (From the 1953 Vincente Minnelli's Film "The Band Wagon")


You Make Me Feel So Young – Hyannis Sound


Won't You Be My Neighbor - Johnny Costa


"These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)" – Emmy Rossum


The Long and Winding Road - John Pizzarelli


That's Life · Frank Sinatra


Stardust – New York Voices


Polkadots And Moonbeams · The Hot Club Of Cowtown


Mountain Greenery · Kat Edmonson · Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks · Vince Giordano


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"Do It Again" is a song composed by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, performed by American rock group Steely Dan, which was released as a single from their 1972 debut album Can't Buy a Thrill. The single version differed from the album version, shortening the intro and outro and omitting the organ solo.

"Do It Again" features an electric sitar solo by Denny Dias. The "plastic organ" solo by Donald Fagen was performed on a Yamaha YC-30 with a sliding pitch-bending control.

David Palmer fronted the band during their live show, and sang "Do It Again" when the group played The Midnight Special in February 1973. Donald Fagen sang the vocal on the album version.

Cash Box described it as a "fine commercial effort with plenty of potential as a hit record," going on to say that it "is highlighted by some fine vocal harmony and superb arrangement."

*Do it Again (TV Midnight Special 1973) David Palmer


*Do It Again - Paul Hardcastle


*Do It Again – Sara Isaksson & Rebecka Törnqvist


*Do it Again –The Jolly Boys featuring Albert Minott


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"Les Trois Cloches" (French pronunciation: ​[le tʁwɑ klɔʃ] is a Swiss song written in French by Jean Villard Gilles. Édith Piaf and Les Compagnons de la chanson started their US tour in 1945/46 with this song, which was one of Piaf's greatest hits. The song was recorded by the Browns in 1959 in English as "The Three Bells" (with words adapted by Bert Reisfeld)." Dutch singer/comedian André van Duin had a Dutch Top 40 number one hit in 1982 with his Dutch comedy version of the song titled "Bim bam".



The Browns version


Edith Piaf & Les Compagnons De La Chanson version


Tina Arena version


The Isaacs version


Edith Piaf (English version)


Chet Atkins version


Nana Mouskouri – The King’s Singers version


Jerry Douglas · Mike Auldridge · Rob Ickes version


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"Dueling Banjos" is a bluegrass composition by Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith. The song was composed in 1954 by Smith as a banjo instrumental he called "Feudin' Banjos," which contained riffs from Smith, recorded in 1955 playing a four-string plectrum banjo and accompanied by five-string bluegrass banjo player Don Reno. The composition's first wide-scale airing was on a 1963 television episode of The Andy Griffith Show called "Briscoe Declares for Aunt Bee," in which it is played by visiting musical family the Darlings (played by The Dillards, a bluegrass group) along with Griffith himself.

The song was made famous by the 1972 film Deliverance, which also led to a successful lawsuit by the song's composer, as it was used in the film without Smith's permission. The film version was arranged and recorded by Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell, but only credited to Weissberg on a single subsequently issued in December 1972. It went to #2 for four weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973, all four weeks behind Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly with His Song," and topped the adult contemporary chart for two weeks the same year. It reached No. 1 for one week on both the Cashbox and Record World pop charts. The song also reached No. 5 on the Hot Country Singles chart at the same time it was on the Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary Singles charts. It was also nominated for the 30th Golden Globe Awards in the Best Original Song category.



Eric Weissberg & Steve Mandell version


Don Reno & Arthur Smith - Feudin Banjos (Dueling Banjos) (1955)


The Dilliards version


José Feliciano version


The Bluegrass Expedition version


Benny Martin & Johnny Gimble version


James Galway version


Mike Stevens – Raymond McLain


Bobby Denton version


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