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2022 IHTSB January 09 Benny Goodman, Ella Fitzgerald, Vic Damone...



Our selection today features some fabulous singers and musicians from the 1930s to the 1960s. Among our singers, Frank Sinatra and Helen Merrill bring us the lovely melodies and witty lyrics of songwriter Cole Porter. Bing joins us with the Ray Noble melody “The Touch of Your Lips”, and we hear Ella Fitzgerald with a delightful version of the Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields song “A fine Romance”. For a special treat, we enjoy some exquisite trumpet work from two of the most gifted exponents of the time, Miles Davis and Chet Baker. And we hear once again from Robert Farnon conducting his lovely arrangement of “Something to Remember You By” by the songwriting team of Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz.

IHTSB Jan 9, 2022

Artist Year Song Time

  1. Benny Goodman 1937 I've Hitched My Wagon To A Star 2:54
  2. Bing Crosby 1936 The Touch Of Your Lips 3:04
  3. Bob Crosby orchestra 1941 Elmer's Tune 2:57
  4. Bobby Hackett 1957 Indiana 2:59
  5. Ella Fitzgerald 1963 A Fine Romance 3:40
  6. Frank Sinatra 1948 Why Can't You Behave 3:20
  7. Dinah Shore 1951 I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight 3:02
  8. Chet Baker 1955 Let's Get Lost 3:44
  9. Robert Farnon 1955 Something to Remember You By 2:46
  10. Miles Davis 1959 Blue in Green 5:38
  11. Vic Damone 1961 Let's Face The Music And Dance 2:25
  12. Carroll Gibbons 1936 Love Walked In 2:59
  13. Helen Merrill 1954 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 4:20



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Our selection today features some fabulous singers and musicians from the 1930s to the 1960s. Among our singers, Frank Sinatra and Helen Merrill bring us the lovely melodies and witty lyrics of songwriter Cole Porter. Bing joins us with the Ray Noble melody “The Touch of Your Lips”, and we hear Ella Fitzgerald with a delightful version of the Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields song “A fine Romance”. For a special treat, we enjoy some exquisite trumpet work from two of the most gifted exponents of the time, Miles Davis and Chet Baker. And we hear once again from Robert Farnon conducting his lovely arrangement of “Something to Remember You By” by the songwriting team of Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz.

IHTSB Jan 9, 2022

Artist Year Song Time

  1. Benny Goodman 1937 I've Hitched My Wagon To A Star 2:54
  2. Bing Crosby 1936 The Touch Of Your Lips 3:04
  3. Bob Crosby orchestra 1941 Elmer's Tune 2:57
  4. Bobby Hackett 1957 Indiana 2:59
  5. Ella Fitzgerald 1963 A Fine Romance 3:40
  6. Frank Sinatra 1948 Why Can't You Behave 3:20
  7. Dinah Shore 1951 I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight 3:02
  8. Chet Baker 1955 Let's Get Lost 3:44
  9. Robert Farnon 1955 Something to Remember You By 2:46
  10. Miles Davis 1959 Blue in Green 5:38
  11. Vic Damone 1961 Let's Face The Music And Dance 2:25
  12. Carroll Gibbons 1936 Love Walked In 2:59
  13. Helen Merrill 1954 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 4:20



Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.