Spring 2011 (3/19/11)

As Jessica opens a two-week run with Dave Frishberg at the Oak Room, John is in the deluxe living room, celebrating the start of spring and the 92and anniversary of his mentor, Nat King Cole.

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Dave Frishberg - My Attorney Bernie (Classics)
Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orch. - On the Sunny Side of the Street (On the Sunny Side of the Street)
Nat King Cole - The Frim Fram Sauce (The Classic Singles)
Nat King Cole - Straighten Up and Fly Right (Capitol Collector's Series)
Karrin Allyson - Help Me (Wild for You)
Oscar Peterson Trio - How About You? (The Oscar Peterson Trio at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival)
Nat King Cole - For Sentimental Reasons (Unforgettable)
Barbra Streisand - The Boy Next Door (Simply Streisand)
Jessica Molaskey - Danny Boy (Desert Island Dreamers)
Nat King Cole - Unforgettable (Unforgettable)
Freddy Cole - Cottage for Sale (Sings Mr. B.)
Carl Kress & Dick McDonough - Chicken a la Swing (Pioneers of Jazz Guitar: 1927-1939)
Oscar Peterson Trio - Younger Than Springtime (Great Connection)
Nat King Cole - Red Sails in the Sunset (Unforgettable)
Blossom Dearie - A Fine Spring Morning (Blossom Dearie)
Frank Sinatra - That's All (Sinatra & Strings)
Cheryl Bentyne - It Might as Well Be Spring (Talk of the Town)
Nat King Cole - The Best Man (For Sentimental Reasons)
Jessica Molaskey - The Circle Game/The Waters of March (Sitting in Limbo)
The Four Freshmen - Their Hearts Were Full of Spring (Capitol Collectors Series)
Emilie-Claire Barlow - You Must Believe In Spring (Haven't We Met?)
Nat King Cole Trio - Body and Soul (The Complete Capitol Transcription Sessions)
Ann Hampton Callaway - You Can't Rush Spring (Bring Back Romance)
Chet Baker - Spring Is Here (Deep in a Dream)
Nat King Cole Trio - Just You, Just Me (The Complete After Midnight Sessions)
Carly Simon & Jimmy Webb - Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year (Film Noir)
Billie Holiday - Some Other Spring (Jazz Masters 12)
Gene Harris - It Might as Well Be Spring (Black And Blue)