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IRA'S BLEND #46: JAZZ VOCAL STANDARDS



IRA’S BLEND #46: JAZZ VOCAL STANDARDS
Broadcast 14-9-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Diana Krall – Dream a Little Dream of Me
Arthur Prysock – I’m Through with Love
Chet Baker & Kenny Burrell – You’re Mine You
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Natalie Cole – Ask a Woman Who Knows
Dianne Schuur – The Very Thought of You
Helen Merrill – Born to Be Blue
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Jeri Southern – If I Had You
Gladys Knight – Since I Fell for You
Michael Buble – Too Close for Comfort
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Anita O’Day – Crazy He Calls Me
Cassandra Wilson – I’m Old Fashioned
Brian Blade – Brother
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Queen Latifah – I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl
Morgana King – Bill
Tony Bennett w/ Bill Charlap – I Get Along Without You Very Well
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Chaka Khan – Lullaby of Birdland
Aaron Neville – Cry Me a River
Dorothy Dandridge – Stay With It
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Billie Holiday – God Bless the Child
Rosemary Clooney – Deed I Do
Teddi King – A Cottage for Sale
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Shirley Horn – Fever
Dianne Reeves – Oh Lady Be Good
Johnny Hartman - Unforgettable
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Betty Carter – You Go to My Head
Blossom Dearie – Someone to Watch Over Me
Bill Henderson – At Long Last Love
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Fred Astaire – Steppin’ Out with My Baby
Jimmy Rushing – Every Day I Have the Blues
Buddy Greco – The Party’s Over

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