Scratchy Vinyl, September 10 2011

What a shift in season we are seeing in southern illinois! A week ago I was dripping sweat and wearing sandals, and now I am searching for my socks and digging out my wool!  Today felt like a good day to play some songs for those who are lucky enough to sleep in, curled up and dreamy,  happy to be wrapped up in a blanket.  Make sure to get out and see the early fall turning trees, enjoy the last of the peaches, and remember how beautiful autumn can be!

Athletes Foot, Classic Tenors
The World Is Waiting For a Sunrise, Jess Stacey
Long Moan, Classic Tenors
I’ve Got a Right To Sing The Blues, Billie Holiday
Pawn Ticket,  Ray Bryant
Why Don’t You Do Right, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra with Peggy Lee
Who?, Eric Rogers and His Orchestra
Good Mornin’, David Carroll and His Orchestra
Cecilia,  Jonah Jones Quartet
Them Was The Good Old Days,  The Sundowners
The Prisioners Song,  Frankie Carle
Plant You now, Dig You Later, My Pal Joey
Life is Just A Bowl of Cherries,  Carol Sloane
Dreaming Out Loud,  Artie Shaw and His Orchestra with Martha Tilton
Frim Fram Sauce,  Nat King Cole Trio
Round Midnight, Thelonious Monk
Thelonious, Bud Powell
Livin’ In The Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight, Bing Crosby
It’s A Pity To Say Goodnight, June Christy
Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea,  The Firehouse Five Plus Two
Ain’t She Sweet,  Eric Rogers and His Orchestra
Guess Things Happen That Way,  Johnny Cash
Stateside,  Mel Tillis and Friends
Breathless, Jerry Lee Lewis
If You’ve Got The Money Honey, I’ve Got the Time,  Willie Nelson and Family
 May the Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose, Little Jimmy Dickens
Cab Driver, The Mills Brothers
I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl,  Nina Simone
Cloudy,  Simon and Garfunkel
Summer Boy, Buffy Sainte-Marie
Come Sunday,  Duke Ellington with Mahalia Jackson
I’ll Get By, Billie Holiday


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