Sammy Cahn Centennial (6/22/13)

Great American lyricist Sammy Cahn was born June 18, 1913. John & Jessica celebrate his 100th anniversary with some songs and stories of Sammy, along with a few other things that come to mind.

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Lambert, Hendricks & Ross - Down for the Count (Sing a Song of Basie)
Harry Connick, Jr. - Being Alone (Every Man Should Know)
Harry Connick, Jr. - You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile (Songs I Heard)
Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five - Ain't Nobody Here but Us Chickens (The Best of Louis Jordan)
Dean Martin - Ain't That a Kick in the Head (The Capitol Collector's Series)
John Pizzarelli - If It's the Last Thing I Do (Knowing You)
Joni Mitchell - A Case of You (Both Sides Now)
Joni Mitchell - I Wish I Were In Love Again (Both Sides Now)
Diana Krall - Come Dance With Me (From This Moment On)
Les Paul & Bing Crosby - It's Been a Long, Long Time (Songs and Speeches That Inspired a Nation to Victory)
Maynard Ferguson - Come Blow Your Horn (Come Blow Your Horn)

The Tender Trap - The Tender Trap (Oscar Peterson Trio)
Jane Monheit w/The Frank & Joe Show - Manhattan (66 2/3)
Johnny Smith/Stan Getz - Jaguar (Moonlight in Vermont)
Tony Mottola & Bucky Pizzarelli - Satin Doll (Heart & Soul Guitar: Love Songs for a Romantic Evening)
Sarah Vaughan - I'm Glad There Is You (Eight Classic Albums)
Rosemary Clooney - It's De-Lovely (Sings the Music of Cole Porter)
Rosemary Clooney - We'll Be Together Again (Do You Miss New York?)
Shirley Horn - Come Fly with Me (Close Enough for Love)
Frank Sinatra - You're My Girl (The Columbia Years, 1943-1952 - The Complete Recordings)
Chet Baker - Time After Time (Chet Baker Sings)
Annie Ross - Tain't What You Do (Skylark)
Judy Garland & Gene Kelly - Be a Clown (Gotta Dance: The Best of Gene Kelly)
The John Bunch Trio - The Second Time Around (Tony's Tunes)