Friday, January 15, 2021

Playlist in the Morning (Kisses in the Night): Coffeetime Homebrew ep 40

The lovely and talented (and old record lover) Martha Davis!

Coffeetime, January 15, 2021, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Hank Mobley / Roll Call / Take Your Pick / Blue Note / 11.13.60 
Hank Mobley / Hank Mobley’s Second Message / Crazeology / Prestige / 7.27.56 
Cee Pee Johnson & his Orchestra / Swing Crazy / AFRS Jubilee #61 / Hollywood c. 12.44 / with Ernie “Bubbles” Whitman as emcee, dubbed in on 1.17.44 
Leo Reisman & his Orchestra / My Sweeter Than Sweet / Victor / 11.1.29 / vocal = Larry Levin 
Annisteen Allen & her Home Town Boys / More, More, More / Queen / 12.1.45
Billie Holiday / I’ll Look Around / Decca / 4.9.46 / with Billy Kyle & his Trio [quintet?] 

bed
Bucky Pizzarelli / Flashes - Solo 7-String Guitar, Volume 3 / Arbors Jazz / 2004

set 2
Wynton Kelly / Undiluted / My Ship / Verve / 2.5.65 
Paul Desmond / Glad to Be Unhappy / All Across the City / RCA Victor / 9.16.54 
Les Spann / Gemini / Afterthought / Jazzland / 12.8.60
Jim and Bob, the Genial Hawaiians [Jim Holstein and Bob Pauole] / St. Louis Blues / Bluebird / Chicago 12.12.33
Adrian Rollini & his Orchestra / Coffee in the Morning (And Kisses in the Night) / Melatone / 11.24.33 / vocal = Howard Phillips
Al Bowlly / Blue Moon / Victor / 7.20.35 / with Ray Noble & his Orchestra 
Dinah Washington / Pete / Mercury / Chicago 1947 / with Dave Young’s Orchestra
Martha Davis / Get Out Those Old Records / Coral / 2.13.51
Jiminy Cricket [Cliff Edwards] / Musical Highlights from the Mickey Mouse TV Show / I’m No Fool (As a Pedestrian); Stop, Look and Listen / Disneyland / Hollywood 1956

set 3
The Young Lions / Seeds of Sin / Vee-Jay / 4.25.60 
The Prestige All Stars / All Night Long / Boo-Lu / Prestige / 12.28.56 
Charlie Parker / Max Making Wax / Dial / 7.29.46 https://jdisc.columbia.edu/track/max-making-wax-0
The Four Vagabonds / Hit That Jive, Jack / Standard Transcription / 1943 
Kay Starr / So Tired / Capitol / Hollywood 11.2.48
Kenny Burrell / Weaver of Dreams / Until the Real Thing Comes Along / Columbia / 10.18.60 

set 4
Paul Desmond / Glad to Be Unhappy / All Through the Night / RCA Victor / 9.16.54 
Buddy Cole / S’posin / Capitol / Hollywood 1948
Jim and Bob, the Genial Hawaiians [Jim Holstein and Bob Pauole] / (Coffee in the Morning) Kisses in the Night / Bluebird / Chicago 12.12.33 / vocal = Jim Holstein 
June Christy & the Kentones / Get Happy / Capitol Transcription / Hollywood 7.31.46 
Tiny Grimes / Nightmare Blues / Atlantic / 8.1.48 
Richard Harris / Camelot / I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight / Warner Brothers movie soundtrack / Hollywood 1967
Golden Gate Quartet / Handwriting on the Wall / Okeh [unissued] / 12.3.41

last soulful song
Stevie Wonder / Songs in the Key of Life / Knocks Me Off My Feet / Tamla / 1976



Friday, January 08, 2021

Ooh! That Playlist: Coffeetime Homebrew ep 39

Thurl and the Mellomen sure do like that Plymouth.

Coffeetime, January 8, 2021, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Kenny Dorham / Whistle Stop / Windmill / Blue Note / 1.15.61 
Clifford Jordan & John Gilmore / Blowing in from Chicago / Let It Stand / Blue Note / 3.3.57 
Fletcher Henderson & his Orchestra / Static Strut / Harmony / 4.14.26
Bunny Berigan & his Men / Candlelights / Victor / 11.30.38 
Lloyd Keating [Ben Selvin] & his Music / Ooh! That Kiss / Velvet Tone / 12.7.31 / vocal = Smith Ballew
Amos Milburn / Walkin’ Blues / Aladdin / LA 1950
Mavis Rivers / Hooray for Love / Almost Like Being in Love / Capitol / Hollywood late summer 1960 / orchestra arranged & conducted by Jack Marshall

bed
Bucky Pizzarelli / Flashes - Solo 7-String Guitar, Volume 3 / Arbors Jazz / 2004

set 2
Shelly Manne / Li’l Abner / The Country’s in the Very Best of Hands / Contemporary / LA 2.57 
John Jenkins / John Jenkins with Kenny Burrell / Everything I Have Is Yours / Blue Note / 8.11.57 
Charlie Ventura / Plays Hi Fi Jazz / Stardust / Tops / 1957
Golden Gate Orchestra [The California Ramblers] / All Alone Monday / Edison / 10.7.26 / vocal = Arthur Fields 
King Cole Trio / Hit That Jive, Jack / MacGregor transcription / Hollywood 5.22.44 / vocal = Ida James
Herb “Flamingo” Jeffries / At Least You Could Save Me a Dream / Excelsior / LA 1944 / with Eddie Beal Trio & The Three Shades of Rhythm
The Mellomen with Thurl Ravenscroft / Yes, We Have No Bananas / Decca? / mid-1950s 
Scatman Crothers, Phil Harris, & Thurl Ravenscroft / Ev’rybody Wants to Be a Cat / Disneyland / Hollywood 1970

set 3
Dizzy Reece / Star Bright / The Rake / Blue Note / 11.19.59 
John Coltrane / Duke Ellington & John Coltrane / The Feeling of Jazz / Impulse! / 9.26.62 
Benny Goodman & his Orchestra / These Foolish Things Remind Me of You / Victor / 5.27.36 / vocal = Helen Ward 
The Dixiaires [Dixieaires] / Your Red Wagon / Continental / 1948 
Johnny Hartman / John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman / My One and Only Love / Impulse! / 3.7.63 

set 4
Zoot Sims / Zoot! / Swim, Jim / Riverside / 12.13, 18.56 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoot!
Bill Perkins / Just Friends / Diane-A-Flow / Pacfic Jazz / LA 11.12.56 
June Christy & the Kentones / You’re Blasé / Capitol Transcription / Hollywood 8.1.46 
Anthony Newley / Tony / Yes! We Have No Bananas / London / London 1961
Dixiaires [aka Dixieaires] / The Lord’s Alphabet / Sittin in With / LA 1951

last soulful song
The Pretenders / Just Be Yourself / Carnival / 1974

Friday, January 01, 2021

Walkin’ and Talkin’ (And Crying My Playlist Away): Coffeetime Homebrew ep 38

Joanie wondering where Peter Lorre went…

Coffeetime, January 1, 2021, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Horace Parlan / Happy Frame of Mind / A Tune for Richard / Blue Note / 2.14.63 
Lee Morgan / City Lights / Just by Myself / Blue Note / 8.25.57 
Count Basie & his Orchestra / Five O’Clock Whistle / Okeh / 1940
Benny Goodman & his Orchestra / He’s Not Worth Your Tears / Melotone / 1931 / vocal = Scrappy Lambert
Johnny Otis & his Orchestra / Get Together Blues / Savoy / LA 11.10.49 / vocal = Little Esther & Junior 
Bixie Crawford / Never to Cry Again / United / Chicago 2.12.53 

bed
Bucky Pizzarelli / Flashes - Solo 7-String Guitar, Volume 3 / Arbors Jazz / 2004

set 2
Stan Getz & Bill Evans / Getz & Evans / But Beautiful / Verve / 5.6.64 
Frank Wess / Frank Wess Quintet / Some Other Spring / Commodore / 5.8.54 
Eddie Lang & Carl Kress / Feeling My Way / Brunswick / 2.17.32
Henry Hall & the BBC Dance Orchestra / Hummin’ to Myself / Vocalion / London 5.24.32 / vocal = Jack Plant
The Comedian Harmonists / Whistle While You Work / HMV / London 12.8.38
Jimmie Lunceford & his Orchestra / Rhythm Is Our Business / Decca / 12.18.34 / vocal = Willie Smith
Dinah Washington / Walkin’ and Talkin’ (And Crying My Blues Away) / Mercury / Chicago 11.13.47 / with the Rudy Martin Trio
Mel Tormé / Sunday in New York / from soundtrack to the MGM movie / Hollywood 1963

set 3
Stanley Turrentine / [In Memory Of] / Sunday in New York / Blue Note / 6.3.64 
Julian “Cannonball” Adderley / In the Land of Hi Fi / Blues in Bohemia / EmArcy / 6.18.56 
Johnny Otis Band / Hangover Blues / Regent / LA 11.10.49 / Pete Lewis, guitar; Gene Phillips, Hawaiian guitar 
Ink Spots / I’ll Never Smile Again / Decca / 8.8.40 
Margaret Whiting & Bob Hope / Blind Date / Capitol / Hollywood 1950 / with the Starlighters and Billy May & his Orchestra
Johnny Desmond / Blue Smoke / You Go to My Head / Columbia / 1960

set 4
Jack Sheldon / Jack Sheldon & his Exciting All-Star Big-Band: Jack’s Groove / Aplomb / GNP / 8.57 
Jim Hall / Jazz Guitar / 9:20 Special / Pacific Jazz / LA 1.57 
Peggy Lee / Melancholy Lullaby / Capitol Transcription / Hollywood 5.14.46 / with Buddy Cole’s Four of a Kind 
Joanie Sommers / Come Alive / Sunday in New York / Columbia / 1967
Tom Jones / Along Came Jones / Endlessly / Decca / London 1965
Swan Silvertones / He Won’t Deny Me / Specialty / Pittsburgh 1951 

last soulful song
Tommie Young / Hit and Run Lover / Soul Power / Shreveport 1973



Friday, December 25, 2020

My Christmas Playlist for you: Coffeetime Homebrew ep 37

That’s me on the right….

Coffeetime, December 25, 2020, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Richard Wyands / An Uptown Christmas / Santa Claus is Coming to Town / Uptown / 9.6.85
Bobby Timmons / Holiday Soul / White Christmas / Prestige / 11.24.64 
Henry Hall & the BBC Dance Orchestra / The Santa Claus Express / HMV / London 10.23.35 / vocal = Dan Donovan & chorus
Dick Robertson & his Orchestra / Meet Me Under the Mistletoe / Decca / 10.18.41
Fats Waller / Winter Weather / Bluebird / 12.26.41
Johnny Otis Band / Happy New Year, Baby / Excelsior / 1947 / vocal = Lem Tally
Jo Stafford / Happy Holiday / Toyland / Columbia / 1955

bed
Dexter Gordon / The Panther! / The Christmas Song / Prestige / 7.7.70 

set 2
Frank Wess & Johnny Coles / An Uptown Christmas / I’ll Be Home for Christmas / Uptown / 2.11.85
Vince Guaraldi / A Charlie Brown Christmas / Greensleeves / Fantasy / LA 1965
Sammy Kaye / (Don’t Wait ’Til) The Night Before Christmas / Victor / 11.11.38 / vocal = The Three Barons 
Bing Crosby / Let’s Start the New Year Right / Decca / Hollywood 5.25.42 / with Bob Crosby & his Orchestra
Roy Milton / New Year’s Resolution / Specialty / Hollywood 12.31.47
Yogi Yorgesson / I Yust Go Nuts at Christmas / Capitol / Hollywood 10.18.49 / with the Johnny Duffy Trio 

bed
Don Patterson / Holiday Soul / Merry Christmas, Baby / Prestige / 11.25.64 

set 3
Jack Sheldon & Barry Harris / An Uptown Christmas / Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas / Uptown / 2.25.86
Bill Smith / Folk Jazz / Greensleeves / Contemporary / LA 1959
Delta Rhythm Boys / Jingle Bells / radio broadcast, Christmas Jubilee, AFRS Christmas Jubilee Show / Hollywood 1945
Hoagy Carmichael & his Orchestra / My Christmas Song for You / Ara / early 1945 / vocal = Martha Mears with Tudor Williams Quartet
Johnny Desmond / Sleigh Ride / MGM / Hollywood 1950 / with the Ray Charles Singers
Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely / Silver Bells / Capitol / Hollywood 9.20.50
Nat King Cole / A House With Love in It / TV broadcast, The Nat King Cole Show, NBC / 12.24.56 

bed
Gene Ammons / Night Lights / The Christmas Song / Prestige / 2.2.70 

set 4
Gerry Mulligan & Paul Desmond / Gerry Mulligan – Paul Desmond Quartet / Wintersong / Verve / Hollywood 8.2.57 
Les Brown & his Band of Renown / Concert Modern / The Nutcracker / Capitol / 1958
Eddie Cantor / The Only Thing I Want For Christmas (Is Just to Keep the Things That I've Got) / Columbia / 11.26.39 / with Jerry Joyce and his Orchestra and The Robert Mitchell “Boychoir” 
Lou Rawls / Merry Christmas. Ho! Ho! Ho! / Christmas Is / Capitol / Hollywood 7.17.67
The Pilgrim Travelers / I’ll Be Home for Christmas / Specialty [unissued] / Hollywood c. 1953

last soulful (Christmas) song
Donny Hathaway / This Christmas / Atco / Chicago 1970



Friday, December 18, 2020

Hello, Mister Playlist: Coffeetime Homebrew ep 36

In my imagination, that’s me in the lower left.

Coffeetime, December 18, 2020, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Red Garland / All Kinds of Weather / Winter Wonderland / Prestige / 11.27.58 
Duke Ellington & his Famous Orchestra / AFRS Christmas Jubilee Show aired 12.47 / Ring Dem Bells / radio transcription / Hollywood 7.11.46
Clarence Williams & his Orchestra / Christmas Night in Harlem / Vocalion / 3.23.34 / vocal = Chick Bullock 
Kay Kyser & his Orchestra / Hello, Mister Kringle / Columbia / LA 9.7.39 / vocal = Ginny Simms, Harry Babbitt, Sully Mason, & Ish Kabibble
Frank Sinatra / Christmas Dreaming / Columbia / Hollywood 6.26, 27.47 / with Axel Stordahl & his Orchestra
The Nic Nacs [The Robins] / Gonna Have a Merry Christmas / RPM / LA 1950 / with Little Esther
Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera Ellen / Snow / soundtrack, Paramount movie White Christmas / Hollywood 1953 
Ella Fitzgerald / Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas / Sleigh Ride / Verve / LA 7.15 & 16.60
Nancy Wilson / That’s What I Want for Christmas / Capitol / Hollywood 11.18.63

bed
Dexter Gordon / The Panther! / The Christmas Song / Prestige / 7.7.70 

set 2
Charles Schultz /A Charlie Brown Christmas original soundtrack / dialogue snippet / Buena Vista / LA 1977 / with Peter Robbins [Charlie Brown] & Christopher Shea [Linus]
Vince Guaraldi / A Charlie Brown Christmas / O Tannenbaum; Skating; Hark, the Herald Angels Sing; The Christmas Song; Christmas Time is Here (vocal) / Fantasy / LA 1965
Dean Martin / It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas / radio transcription / Hollywood c. 1950
Bing Crosby & Peggy Lee / Here Comes Santa Claus / radio broadcast, The Bing Crosby Show For Chesterfield / Hollywood 12.3.49 / with Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires {Conlon, Mack McLean, Charles Parlato, Loulie “Lily” Jean Norman, Gloria Wood} and John Scott Trotter & his Orchestra
Anne Lloyd & the Sandpipers / Christmas Songs and Carols / When Santa Claus Gets Your Letter / Golden Records / 1958 / with = Mitch Miller; cover by Lowell Hess
Doris Day / The Doris Day Christmas Album / The Christmas Waltz / Columbia / LA 1964

bed
Don Patterson / Holiday Soul / Merry Christmas, Baby / Prestige / 11.25.64 

set 3
Cranston East A Cappella Choir / Speak to One Another / Fum, Fum, Fum / Vogt / Cranston, RI fall 1972
Kenny Burrell / Have Yourself a Soulful Little Christmas / Merry Christmas Baby / Cadet / Chicago 10.66 / with Charles Stepney, piano; Cleveland Eaton, bass; Morris Jennings, drums
Steve Allen Trio / A Chiaroscuro Christmas / Jingle Bells / Chiaroscuro / Pittson PA, WVIA 1973
Henry Hall & the BBC Dance Orchestra / The Fairy on the Christmas Tree / HMV / London 11.29.36 / vocal = Three Sisters http://youtu.be/PKpW7SdxhRE
Mel Blanc and the Sportsmen / Jingle Bells / radio transcription AFRS Mail Call Christmas Special / Hollywood 40s
Kay Starr / December / radio transcription / Hollywood fall 1949 / with Billy Butterfield Quintet and background vocals by The Three Beaus & a Peep
Jo Stafford / Happy Holiday / Happy Holiday; Winter Weather / Columbia / 1955
Julie London / I’d Like You for Christmas / Liberty / LA 1957
Sammy Davis Jr. / It’s Christmas Time All Over The World / Reprise / LA mid-1965

bed
Gene Ammons / Night Lights / The Christmas Song / Prestige / 2.2.70 

set 4
Tommy Flanagan / An Uptown Christmas / The Christmas Waltz / Uptown / 8.12.87
Judy Garland / from the soundtrack to the film “Meet Me in St. Louis” / Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas / MGM / Hollywood 12.4.43
King Cole Trio / The Christmas Song / Capitol / Hollywood 6.14.46
Johnny Mercer / Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town; Jingle Bells (Capitol Promos) / Capitol / Hollywood 9.17.47; 1946 / with the Pied Pipers
James Brown & his Famous Flames / James Brown Christmas Album / Merry Christmas, I Love You / King / 1966
Dinah Washington / Make Me a Present of You / EmArcy / LA 11.11.55 / with Ernie Wilkins Orchestra
Golden Gate Quartet / Go Where I Send Thee / Bluebird / Charlotte, NC 8.4.37

last soulful (Christmas) song
Otis Redding / Soul Christmas / Merry Christmas, Baby / Atco / Memphis 2.67

Friday, December 11, 2020

The Best Playlists Happen While You’re Dancing: Coffeetime Homebrew ep 35

I love Kiddie Records Weekly!

Coffeetime, December 11, 2020, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Clark Terry / Serenade to a Bus Seat / Serenade to a Bus Seat / Riverside / 4.27.57
Kenny Dorham / Afro-Cuban / Minor’s Holiday [alt take] / Blue Note / 1.29.55
Bernie Cummins & his Orchestra / I Told Santa Claus to Bring Me You [written by Truman Virgil “Pinky” Tomlin] / Vocalion / 12.12.37 / vocal = Walter Cummins
Frankie Laine / Christmas Favorites / You’re All I Want For Christmas / Mercury / 1950
Cecil Gant / It’s Christmas Once Again / Decca / Nashville 10.13.50
Sparky / I Don’t Want a Lot for Christmas / Capitol / Hollywood 1952 / with music by Billy May 
Connee Boswell / Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! / Decca / Hollywood 1946 / with Russ Morgan & his Orchestra
Jo Stafford / Ski Trails / By the Fireside / Columbia / 1955 / with The Starlighters 

bed
Bucky Pizzarelli / Flashes - Solo 7-String Guitar, Volume 3 / Arbors Jazz / 2004

set 2
Ike Quebec / I’ve Got a Crush on You / Blue Note [unissued] / 1.20.62 
Jimmy Hamilton / Can’t Help Swinging / Dancing on the Ceiling / Prestige Swingville / 4.4.61
Eddy Duchin & his Orchestra / When Winter Comes / Brunswick / 5.16.39 / vocal = Johnny MacAfee
Bing Crosby / I’d Like to Hitch a Ride with Santa Claus / radio broadcast, Philco Radio Time / Hollywood 11.25.50 / duet with Lindsey Crosby; with John Scott Trotter & his Orchestra and Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires 
Bob Keeshan / Merry, Merry, Merry, Merry, Merry Christmas from Captain Kangaroo / Crackerjack Christmas / Golden Records / 1958 / with Jimmy Carroll & Orchestra and Mr. Green Jeans aka Lumpy Brannum
Danny Kaye / The Best Things Happen While You’re Dancing / soundtrack to White Christmas / Hollywood 1953 / dialogue with Vera-Ellen (ends, “I don’t weigh very much.”) 
Videocraft Chorus / soundtrack to TV show Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer / There’s Always Tomorrow / Decca / 1964 / vocal = Janet Orenstein
Billie Mae Richards & Paul Soles / soundtrack to TV show Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer / We’re a Couple of Misfits / Decca / 1964

set 3
Coleman Hawkins / Soul / Greensleeves / Prestige / 11.7.58 
Bill Harris / The Harris Touch / Yesterdays / EmArcy / 5.2.57 
Lowell Fulson / Christmas Party Shuffle / Swing Time / LA 1950
Sammy Kaye / Santa Claus Is on His Way / Victor / 1941 / vocal = The Three Kadets
Mills Brothers / On This Christmas Eve / Decca / 9.8.49 
Bing Crosby & Peggy Lee / Little Jack Frost Get Lost / radio broadcast, Philco Radio Time / Hollywood 1.11.50 / with John Scott Trotter & his Orchestra and Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires  
The Dinning Sisters & Bob Atcher / Christmas Island / Capitol / Hollywood 1950
Wardell Gray / Jingle Jangle Jump / Swing Time / LA 6.9.52 / vocal = Gladys Bentley 
Dean Martin / Christmas Blues / Capitol / Hollywood 10.5.53
Allen Keller / A New Look at the World / Christmas Road / Charlie Parker Records / early 1960s

set 4
Herb Geller / Sleigh Ride / EmArcy / 1954 
Oscar Moore / The Christmas Song / Horizon / Burbank 4.65
King Cole Trio / Jingle Bells / Standard transcription / LA 10.38
The Starlighters / I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm / Capitol / Hollywood 1948
June Hutton / Song of the Sleigh Bells / Capitol / Hollywood 11.26.52 / with Axel Stordahl & his Orchestra
Judy Holliday / Holliday with Mulligan / It Must Be Christmas / MGM [unissued] / 4.10-17.61 
Alphabetical Four / Go Where I Send Thee / Decca / 8.16.38

last soulful song
The Manhattans / ’Til You Come Back to Me / Carnival / 1969





Friday, December 04, 2020

Every Playlist Has Her Day: Coffeetime Homebrew ep 34

Dig the crazy sculpture behind Andy and the Islanders!

Coffeetime, December 4, 2020, Angelynn Grant

set 1
Lee Morgan / Take Twelve / Raggedy Ann / Jazzland / 1.24.62 
Clifford Jordan / Cliff Craft / Cliff Craft / Blue Note / 11.10.57 
Jan Garber & his Orchestra / Stardust / radio broadcast / c. 1940
Ray Noble & his Orchestra / By the Fireside / HMV / London 2.12.32 / vocal = Al Bowlly
Pee Wee Crayton / Every Dog Has His Day / Imperial / LA 4.29.54
Bev Kelly / Love Locked Out / Weak for the Man / Riverside / 10.27, 28, 30.59

bed
Bucky Pizzarelli / Flashes - Solo 7-String Guitar, Volume 3 / Arbors Jazz / 2004

set 2
Buddy De Franco / Live Date! / I’m Glad There Is You; There’s No You / Verve / 1958 
Bennie Green / Back on the Scene / Melba’s Mood / Blue Note / 3.23.58 
Irving Aaronson & his Commanders / Don’t Wake Me Up (Let Me Dream) / Edison / 1.20.26 / vocal = Frank Cornwell
Andy Iona & his Islanders / Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wa-I (A Hawaiian War Song) / Columbia / 8.29.34 / vocal = Andy Iona, Sam Koki, Allen Kila, Dan Stewart
Big Mama Thornton / No Jody for Me / Peacock / Houston 1951 / with Bill Harvey’s Band
Delta Rhythm Boys / Domaredansen / Metronome / Stockholm 9.8.50 / with the Metronome All-Stars
Solomon Burke / Words / Atlantic / 1963

set 3
Roland Kirk / Kirk’s Work / Funk Underneath / Prestige / 7.11.61 
Lem Winchester / Lem’s Beat / Lem & Aide / New Jazz / 4.19.60 
Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra / Violets for Your Furs / Victor / 8.19.51 / vocal = Frank Sinatra 
The Merry Macs / I’m Ridin’ for a Fall / Decca / 12.13.43 
Matt Dennis / Welcome Matt / By the Fireside / Jubilee / 1958

set 4
Art Farmer / To Sweden with Love / Kristallen den Fina (The Fine Crystal) / Atlantic / Stockholm 4.30.64
Gil Mellé / Patterns in Jazz / Long Ago and Far Away / Blue Note / 4.1.56 
Clifford Brown / You’re a Lucky Guy / Vogue / Paris 10.15.53 
Fats Waller / Hallelujah / radio broadcast / c. 1939
King Cole Trio / (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons / Capitol / 8.22.46
June Christy & the Kentones / I Can’t Believe You’re in Love with Me / Capitol Transcription / Hollywood 12.13.45
Nancy Wilson / Easy / Make Me a Present of You / Capitol / Hollywood1968
The Chosen Gospel Singers / No Room in the Hotel / Specialty / Hollywood 2.10.54

last soulful song
Ann Sexton / The Beginning / Be Serious / Sound Stage 7 / 1977