Theater Jazz (11/16/13)

Jazz musicians love to play the great American standards, many of which originated in theater and movie productions. So this week, John & Jessica give us some beautiful examples of theater jazz.

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Nelson Riddle - People Will Say We're in Love (Oklahoma!)
Chico Hamilton Quintet - Some Enchanted Evening (Plays South Pacific & Ellington Suite)
Johnny Frigo & Bill Charlap - Poor Butterfly (Johnny Frigo's DNA Exposed!!)
Jessica Molaskey - When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along (Pentimento)
Ella Fitzgerald - Detour Ahead (The Best of the First Lady of Song)
Mel Torme – The Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Mel Torme Swings Shubert Alley)
Peggy Lee - Heart (Miss Peggy Lee)
Susannah McCorkle - They Can't Take That Away from Me (Someone to Watch Over Me)
Steven Pasquale - Maybe (Somethin' Like Love)
Shelly Manne & His Friends - I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face (My Fair Lady)
The Bil Charlap Trio - Cool (Somewhere)
Kate McGarry - I Just Found out About Love (Girl Talk)
Ray Brown - Tangerine (Some of My Best Friends Are…Guitarists)

Anita O'Day - It's Delovely (Anita O'Day Swings Cole Porter with Billy May)
Mildred Bailey - You Started Something (Sings…Me and the Blues)
Frank Sinatra - Thanks for the Memory (She Shot Me Down)
Nancy LaMott w/ Christopher Marlowe - Moon River (The Best of Nancy LaMott: American Popular Standards, Vol. 1)
Catherine Russell - Everybody Loves My Baby (Strictly Romancin')
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross - Jackie (The Swingers!)
John Pizzarelli & Kurt Elling - Perdido (Rockin' in Rhythm)
Betty Carter - Tight (The Audience with Betty Carter)
Oscar Peterson Trio - Cheek to Cheek (The Complete Mercury/Clef Recordings)
John Pizzarelli - Coffee, Black (Knowing You)
Stacey Kent - More Than You Know (A Fine Romance)
Rosemary Clooney - Will You Still Be Mine? (The Best of the Concord Years)
Jan Lundgren - Will You Still Be Mine? (Celebrating the Music of Matt Dennis)