[JPL] Monday February 14th 2011 "Jazz Til Dawn" * Radio Adelaide 101.5FM

Gregory L Fisher jazzviews at yahoo.com.au
Fri Feb 11 17:54:20 EST 2011


Jazz til Dawn continues ...  Bigger than ever!!!!!!

    

    Now from Sunday @ 12:00pm to 6am Monday .... that's 6.0 hours of
    Jazz!!!

    

    This Week’s Schedule

    

    12:00pm-1:00am The Breeze – John Deagan

    

    1:00am-2:00am Anything Goes – Lise Avery

    

        Anything Goes Lise Avery #533 

    “Anything Goes” - Tony Bennett with Count Basie &
      Orch (Themesong)

      “L’il Darlin’” - Count Basie and His Orchestra

      “Jive at Five” - Count Basie and His Orchestra

      “April in Paris” - Count Basie and His Orchestra

      “That Lucky ‘Ol Sun” - Louis Armstrong

      “I Got the Sun in the Morning” - Bing Crosby.

      “On the Sunny Side of the Street” - Judy Garland

      “Let’s Fall in Love” - Allanis Morrisette

      “When the Bloom is On the Sage” - Hot Club of Cowtown

      “Chicago” - Tony Bennett with Count Basie & Orch

      “Twelfth Street Rag” - Count Basie & His Orchestra

      “Deed I Do” - Count Basie & His Orchestra with Ella Fitzgerald

      “Jumpin’ at the Woodside” - Count Basie & His Orchestra with
      Lambert, Hendricks & Ross

    
    -4am New York Jazz – Tom Parker

    

    4-5am Anything Goes – Lise Avery

    

        Anything Goes Lise Avery #534

    “Anything Goes” - Tony Bennett with Count Basie &
      Orch (Themesong)

      “They Didn’t Believe Me” - Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry

      “Incoherent Blues” - Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry

      “Lovesick Blues” - Beegie Adair Trio

      “Baby Won’t You Please Come Home” - Dean Martin

      “Standing on the Corner Watching All the Girls Go By” - Dean
      Martin

      “The Long & Winding Road” - Ray Charles with Count Basie &
      Orch

      “Ain’t She Sweet?” - Jimmie Lunceford & Orch.

      “Baby Won’t You Please Come Home” - Jimmie Lunceford & Orch.

      “That Certain Party” - Dean Martin

      “Let the Good Times Roll” - Ray Charles with Count Basie &
      Orch

      “Brotherhood of Man” - Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry

      “Look What They’ve Done to My Song” - Ray Charles with Count Basie
      & Orch

    
    5-6am Jazz Made In Australia – hosted by Paula Langlands

    

    Check out the incidental music:

    

    Artist / CD Title / Track Title / Label

    Jim Hall / Concierto / You'd be So Nice To Come Home To / CTI

    Joe Temperley / Double Duke / Double Duke / Naxos Jazz

    Lew Del Gatto / Katewalk / Caravan / Naxos Jazz

    Ray Vega / Boperation / Tangerine / Concord:Universal

    

    * Australian artists on recording

    streaming live 24/7 at http://www.radio.adelaide.edu.au/listenonline


      


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