Scratchy Vinyl, July 16 2011

Yeehaw! Back to the Studio folks!  Suitibly situated for text typing, and talk talkin’!  Summer has been making me a dancin fool, and hopefully today’s spins gets your feet tappin’!

That’s a Plenty, Jimmy McPartland and His Dixielanders
This Could Be the Start of Something,  Jack Jones
My Sugar is So Refined, The Hi-Lo’s
Gypsy With a Song, Django Reinhardt
 A, You’re Adorable, Perry Como
It’s Alright With Me, Brenda Lee
Tonight I Shall Drink the Moon, Yannis Poulopoulos
Walk Out the Front Door, Bonnie Raitt
Night Owl, James Taylor and the Flying Machine
Everybody Sing,  Judy Garland
Dancing Tambourine, David Carrol and Orchestra
Saturday’s Child, The Monkees
Ghost Riders in the Sky, Baja Marimba Band
Prancin’ Filly, Chet Atkins
Cool Water, Eddie Arnold
The End of The World, Roy Acuff
Boy Named Sue, Johnny Cash at San Quentin
Satisfaction, The Rolling Stones
Sleep Come on and Take Me, Joseph Robechaux and His New Orleans Rhythm Boys
Insomnia, Steve Calt and David Mann
Got The Jitters, Don Redman and His Orchestra
In Dat Mornin’, Jimmie Lunceford and His Chickasaw Syncopators
You Can Depend on Me, Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra
Basement Blues, Noble Sissle and His Orchestra
Runnin’ Wild, Pearl Baily
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, Cab Calloway
A Musical Autobiography of Bing Crosby, with Buddy Cole and His Trio
Louis, Tutti’s Trumpets
I Could Write A Book,  Betty Carter and Ray Bryant
I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night, Harry James and His Orchestra with Helen Forrest
Lawd, You Made the Night Too Long, Louis Armstrong
Dexter Blues, Jay McShann and His Orchestra
St. James Infirmary, Cab Calloway

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