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NEW-Swingin'WithDannyLane #9
September 17, 2016 07:50 AM PDT
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The Swingin’ With Danny Lane series highlights the music of the swing era and the dances that thrived in the ballrooms dance halls. Danny Lane guides you through a one hour swing workout. Do the Lindy Hop or choose your favorite dance. Just keep swingin'. This episode includes:
1) Them There Eyes by Benny Goodman & His Big Band
2) Boo-Wah Boo-Wah by Cab Calloway
3) Two O'Clock Jump by Harry James & His Orchestra
4) The Trouble With Me Is You by The Bob Crosby Band (w/ Teddy Grace, vocal)
5) Southern Scandal by Stan Kenton & His Orchestra
6) A Woman Is A Sometime Thing by Louis Armstrong
7) On The Street Where You Live by Quincy Jones
8) Christopher Columbus by Maxine Sullivan
9) Tickle Toe by Count Basie & His Orchestra (Lester Young, tenor sax)
10) You & Me & The Bottle Makes 3 Tonight (Baby) by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
11) Dinah by Duke Ellington
12) Just Another Rhumba by Ella Fitzgerald
13) Jumpin' Jive by Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive
14) Who Ya Hunchin' by Chick Webb
15) I Hear Music by Gene Krupa (w/ Irene Daye, vocal)
16) Swingin' The Blues by Gene Harris All Star Big Band
17) If Dreams Come True by Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra (Lester Young, tenor sax; Billie Holiday, vocal)
18) I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo by Glenn Miller

NEW-BigBandHour#8
September 02, 2016 09:19 AM PDT
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Music from a bygone era but just as fresh as the memories you have for it. Let's go back in time with Danny Lane for the best hour of your day. Request your favorite Big Band song to dannymemorylane@gmail.com
In this episode you'll hear:
1) You're A Heavenly Thing by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra
2) Let's Get Away From It All by Frank Sinatra (w/ The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra & Connie Haines and the Pied Pipers, vocal)
3) Just One of Those Things by Sonny Burke & His Orchestra
4) Sock Hop by Si Zentner & His Orchestra
5) Stop, Pretty Baby, Stop by Count Basie (w/ Joe Williams, vocal)
6) Old Spice by Lucky Millinder
7) Alexander's Ragtime Band by Ray Charles
8) Perdido by Harry James & His Orchestra
9) A Bushel And A Peck by Perry Como & Betty Hutton
10) Take The "A" Train by Marica Hiraga
11) Jericho by Cozy Cole
12) King Porter Stomp by Ted Heath
13) Ration Blues by Louis Jordan
14) Little Brown Jug by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
15) Oop Bop Sh'bam by Buddy Rich
16) I Didn't Know What Time It Was by The Les Brown Orchestra
17) Johnson Rag by Xavier Cugat
18) Just You, Just Me by Red Norvo & His Orchestra
19) Somebody Somewhere by Doris Day
20) Tiger Rag by Al Hirt

NEW-ClassicPopStandards#6
August 28, 2016 03:50 PM PDT
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“Classic-Pop Standards” is a one-hour program inspired by the Great American Songbook. This series of podcasts features the singers, the lyricists, and the composers of the music we call “American Standards.” Come along with us as we honor the great songwriters by never forgetting their music. These are songs with not only a history, but with a future; Songs born along Tin Pan Alley, on 42nd Street, at the Brill building, and down Broadway. Danny Lane brings new life to the Great American Songbook on “Classic-Pop Standards”.
Comments to: dannymemorylane@gmail.com

In this episode, you’ll hear:
1) Standing On The Corner by The Four Freshmen
2) People Will Say We're In Love by Lena Horne
3) Almost Like Being In Love by Nat King Cole
4) Take A Little Time To Smile by Peggy Lee
5) Something's Gotta Give by Bing Crosby (w/ Buddy Cole And His Trio)
6) Don't Rain On My Parade by Linda Eder
7) Someone To Watch Over Me by Melissa Manchester
8) Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree by Barry Manilow & Debra Byrd (w/ The Glenn Miller Orchestra)
9) Nice 'n' Easy by Frank Sinatra
10) Fine And Mellow [Live] by Eva Cassidy
11) Ruby by Vic Damone
12) They Can't Take That Away From Me by Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
13) The Best Thing For You Would Be Me by Rosemary Clooney
14) Thanks For The Memory by Rod Stewart
15) If I Were A Bell by Beverly Kenney
16) Dream Along With Me (I'm On My Way To A Star) by Perry Como (w/ The Ray Charles Singers)
17) How Do You Keep The Music Playing by Tony Bennett & Aretha Franklin
18) Sweet Lorraine [Instrumental] by The Beegie Adair Trio

NEW-MusicOfTheCottonClub(2016)
August 21, 2016 01:58 PM PDT
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The Cotton Club was a New York City nightclub located first in the Harlem neighborhood on West 142nd St & Lenox Ave (644 Lenox Ave) from 1923 to 1935 and then for a brief period from 1936 to 1940 in the midtown Theater District. The club operated most notably during the Prohibition Era. The Cotton Club served as a favorite meeting spot on "Celebrity Nights" on Sundays, which featured guests such as Jimmy Durante, George Gershwin, Sophie Tucker, Al Jolson, Mae West, Richard Rodgers, Irving Berlin, Eddie Cantor, Fanny Brice, Langston Hughes, and Judy Garland. This special one-hour presentation revisits the music and musicians that helped to make The Cotton Club famous. It has been remixed and remastered for 2016. You’ll hear these songs:
1) Goody Goody by Benny Goodman
2) Spreadin' Rhythm Around by Nell Carter & The Cast of “Ain’t Misbehavin’
3) Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby? by Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
4) Sugar Foot Stomp by Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra
5) The Joint Is Jumping by Fats Waller & His Rhythm
6) You Ain't Got It No More by Laura Mayo
7) Satin Doll by Ella Fitzgerald (w/ Duke Ellington & His Orchestra)
8) Stay With It by Dorothy Dandridge
9) Keeping Out of Mischief Now by Louis Armstrong & All His Stars
10) Nice Work If You Can Get It by Billie Holiday
11) Goody Goody by Lew Raymond and his Orchestra
12) Vote For Mr. Rhythm by Ella Fitzgerald (w/ Chick Webb & His Orch.)
13) Cotton Tail by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra (w/ Ben Webster, tenor sax)
14) Drop Me Off In Harlem by Marica Hiraga
15) Jumpin' Jive by Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
16) Am I Blue? By Margie Day
17) Black Bottom by Bob Crosby And His Orchestra (Bob Crosby, vocal)
18) Take The "A" Train by Freda Payne
19) Don't Get Around Much Anymore by David Huntsinger & Friends

NEW-HitParadeJukebox#8
August 14, 2016 02:24 PM PDT
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For many of us, the Jukebox was the center of our social life while we grew up. We hung out wherever we found the music. At the pizza shop, the ice cream stand, the roller skating rink, and the soda fountain. We dropped a lot of nickels, dimes, and quarters into the Jukebox slot. The songs we played sent a message to our friends and the world, “These are the songs we love”. But we were always trying to impress the girls by playing the “coolest” songs. Listen here, and remember our Hit Parade. This episode includes:
1) Juke Box Baby by Perry Como
2) Tutti Frutti by Pat Boone
3) Jim Dandy by LaVern Baker & The Gliders
4) Be-Bop-A-Lula by The Everly Brothers
5) All Shook Up by Elvis Presley
6) He's Got The Whole World (In His Hands) by Laurie London
7) Blue Monday by Fats Domino
8) I Feel Good by Shirley & Lee
9) A Rose And A Baby Ruth by George Hamilton IV
10) A Lover's Question by Brook Benton
11) Lovin' Machine by Wynonie Harris
12) Priscilla by Eddie Cooley & The Dimples
13) The Great Pretender by The Platters (Tony Williams, lead vocal)
14) You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love) by Connie Francis
15) The Continental by Frank Sinatra
16) Singing The Blues by Frankie Laine
17) Please, Mr. Sun by Johnnie Ray
18) Swingin' Down the Lane by Kay Starr
19) Let's Fall In Love by Vic Damone
20) Bad Motorcycle by The Storey Sisters
21) The Frim Fram Sauce by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald
22) On the Street Where You Live by Mel Tormé
23) Baseball Boogie by Mabel Scott
24) Take Me Out To The Ballgame by King Curtis

NEW-ThoseWereTheDays#9
August 08, 2016 04:54 PM PDT
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How many times recently have you said “Those were the days”? We all know that you can’t go back, but you can remember the good old days. Danny Lane’s Those Were The Days series is just the way to remember. This is nostalgia at its best and it just might be the best hour of your day. Enjoy. This episode includes:
1) Glow Worm by The Mills Brothers
2) Takes Two To Tango by Pearl Bailey & The Don Redman Orchestra
3) Knock On Wood by Dooley Wilson
4) Old Cape Cod by Patti Page
5) Powder Your Face With Sunshine by Dean Martin
6) In The Still Of The Night by Ella Fitzgerald (w/ Buddy Bregman & Orch.)
7) Cheek To Cheek by Frank Sinatra
8) Perfidia by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra (w/ Helen Forrest, vocal)
9) Ain't We Got Fun by Doris Day (w/ Paul Weston & His Orchestra and The Norman Luboff Choir)
10) Charleston Alley by Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra
11) Bandstand Boogie [theme from "American Bandstand"] by Les Elgart And His Orchestra
12) Undecided by The Ames Brothers
13) Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! by The Andrews Sisters
14) Make Believe Ballroom Time by Glenn Miller Orchestra (w/ The Modernaires, vocals)
15) Head Over Heels In Love by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (Edythe Wright, vocal)
16) Diga Diga Doo by Artie Shaw & His Orchestra
17) I Don't Know Enough About You by Peggy Lee
18) Four Brothers by Woody Herman
19) I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) by Duke Ellington And His Orchestra (w/ Ivie Anderson, vocal)
20) Moonlight In Vermont by Margaret Whiting
21) Remembering You by Roger Kellaway

ClassicPopStandards#5
July 31, 2016 05:57 PM PDT
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“Classic-Pop Standards” is a one-hour program inspired by the Great American Songbook. This series of podcasts features the singers, the lyricists, and the composers of the music we call “American Standards.” Come along with us as we honor the great songwriters by never forgetting their music. These are songs with not only a history, but with a future; Songs born along Tin Pan Alley, on 42nd Street, at the Brill building, and down Broadway. Danny Lane brings new life to the Great American Songbook on “Classic-Pop Standards”. In this episode, you’ll hear:
1) Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea [Excerpt] by Benny Goodman / Harold Arlen (music) [1932]
2) This Could Be The Start Of Something Big by Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gormé / Steve Allen (music & lyrics) [1956]
3) Once In Love With Amy by Sammy Davis Jr. / Frank Loesser (music & lyrics) [1948]
4) Keepin' Out of Mischief Now by Dinah Washington (w/ Ernie Wilkins and His Orch.) / Fats Waller & Andy Razaf [1932]
5) Come Fly With Me by Frank Sinatra & Luis Miguel / Jimmy Van Heusen (music) & Sammy Cahn (lyrics) [1957]
6) Out of This World by Freda Payne / Harold Arlen (music) & Johnny Mercer (lyrics) [1944]
7) A Kiss To Build A Dream On by Louis Armstrong / Composed by Burt Kalmer/Harry Ruby/Oscar Hammerstein II [1935]
8) Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea by Mel Tormé / Harold Arlen (music) & Ted Koehler (lyrics) [1932]
9) I Remember You by Ella Fitzgerald (w/ Nelson Riddle's Orch) / Victor Schertzinger (music) & Johnny Mercer (lyrics) [1941]
10) The Way You Look Tonight by Michael Bublé / Dorothy Fields (lyrics) & Jerome Kern (music) [1936]
11) True Love by Patsy Cline / Cole Porter [1956]
12) Begin The Beguine by Andy Williams / Cole Porter [1935]
13) Maybe This Time by Liza Minnelli / John Kander (music) & Fred Ebb (lyrics) [1964]
14) It's Only A Paper Moon by Bobby Darin / Harold Arlen (music) & Yip Harburg and Billy Rose (lyrics) [1933]
15) It Had To Be You by Harry Connick, Jr. / Isham Jones (music) & Gus Kahn (lyrics) [1924]
16) The Night We Called It a Day by Doris Day / Matt Dennis (music) & Tom Adair (lyrics) [1941]
17) On The Sunny Side Of The Street by Tony Bennett & Willie Nelson / Dorothy Fields (lyrics) & Jimmy McHugh (music) [1930]
18) Evergreen by Barbra Streisand / Barbra Streisand (music) & Paul Williams (lyrics) [1976]
19) Tonight by Johnny Mathis / Stephen Sondheim (lyrics) & Leonard Bernstein (music) [1956]
20) Blue Eyes by The American Patrol Orchestra / Jerome Kern (music) [1928]

HitParadeJukebox#7
July 24, 2016 05:06 PM PDT
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For many of us, the Jukebox was the center of our social life while we grew up. We hung out wherever we found the music. At the pizza shop (for me it was Tony & Ann’s), the ice cream stand (Doc Davis’), and the soda fountain (The Rexall). We spent a lot of nickels, dimes, and quarters. Jukeboxes, and the songs we played, sent a message to our friends and the world, “These are the songs we love”. And, of course, we were always trying to impress the girls by playing the “coolest” songs. Listen here, and remember our Hit Parade. This episode includes:
1) Mess Around by Ray Charles
2) Rum And Coca-Cola by The Andrews Sisters
3) Jo-Ann by The Playmates
4) Tell Me Why by The Four Aces (Featuring Al Alberts)
5) Matilda, Matilda by Harry Belafonte
6) The Jones Boy by The Mills Brothers
7) Cross Over The Bridge by Patti Page
8) Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes by Perry Como
9) Since I Met You Baby by Ivory Joe Hunter
10) Teardrops from My Eyes by Ruth Brown
11) A Very Precious Love by The Ames Brothers
12) The Birth Of The Blues by Sammy Davis Jr.
13) In the Middle of an Island by Tony Bennett
14) Wonderful! Wonderful! By Johnny Mathis
15) Let's Get Away From It All by Louis Prima & Keely Smith
16) Darktown Strutter's Ball by The Platters
17) Earth Angel by The Crew Cuts
18) See You Later, Alligator by Bill Haley & His Comets
19) Night And Day by Steve Lawrence
20) He's My Dreamboat by Connie Francis
21) Patricia by Pérez Prado

NEW-BigBandHour#7
July 17, 2016 01:27 PM PDT
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Music from a bygone era but just as fresh as the memories you have for it. Let's go back in time with Danny Lane for the best hour of your day. Request your favorite Big Band song to dannymemorylane@gmail.com
In this episode you'll hear:
1) South Of The Border by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra
2) Mr. Five By Five by Harry Betts & His Orchestra
3) Cheek to Cheek by Billy May & His Orchestra
4) Seems Like Old Times by Vaughn Monroe & His Orch. (w/ The Norton Sisters, vocals)
5) Mahogany Hall Stomp by Bunny Berigan
6) Clap Hands! Here Comes Charlie by Red Norvo & His Orchestra
7) Taking A Chance On Love by Ella Fitzgerald
8) Rose Room by Artie Shaw & His Orchestra
9) Oh, Look At Me Now! By Frank Sinatra (w/ The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra & Connie Haines and the Pied Pipers)
10) How High the Moon by Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra
11) If I Were A Bell by Joni James
12) Blueberry Hill by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra (w/ Ray Eberle, vocal)
13) Hi De Ho Romeo by Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
14) Northwest Passage by Woody Herman Big Band
15) The Music Goes 'Round And Around by Tommy Dorsey & His Clambake Seven (Edythe Wright, vocal)
16) Sambo Americano by Sonny Burke & His Orchestra
17) Until The Real Thing Comes Along by Billie Holiday
18) Lester Leaps Again by Lester Young
19) Sunny Side of the Street by The Don Lusher Big Band

NEW-Swingin'WithDannyLane#8
July 11, 2016 01:45 PM PDT
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The SWDL series highlights the music of the swing era and much more. Danny Lane guides you through a one hour workout. Do the Lindy Hop or choose your favorite dance. Just keep swingin'. This episode includes:
1) The Hucklebuck by Doc Severinsen & His Big Band (Barbara Morrison, vocal)
2) Christopher Columbus by Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
3) Imbote by The Debbie Curtis Big Band & Swing Orchestra
4) Things Ain't What They Used To Be by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
5) One O'clock Jump by The Clark Sisters
6) Too Close For Comfort by Patti Austin (w/ The WDR Big Band)
7) Royal Garden Blues by Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra
8) Sent for You Yesterday and Here You Come Today by Count Basie (w/ Jimmie Rushing, vocal)
9) Jump Jive An' Wail by The Brian Setzer Orchestra
10) Tuxedo Junction by Erskine Hawkins
11) Take the "A" Train by Ike Carpenter & His Orchestra
12) 'S Wonderful by Dutch Swing College Band (w/ Laura Fygi, vocal)
13) Wednesday Night Hop by Andy Kirk & His 12 Clouds of Joy
14) At The Woodchopper's Ball by Woody Herman
15) Pick Up The Phone by Swingerhead
16) Five Guys Named Moe by Louis Jordan
17) Boogie Woogie by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra
18) Sing, Sing, Sing by The American Patrol Orchestra

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