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ClassicPopStandards#4
July 04, 2016 04:29 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”. Give us your feedback at dannymemorylane@gmail.com In this episode, you’ll hear:
1) Swingin' Down The Lane [Excerpt] by Les Brown / Isham Jones (music) & Gus Kahn (lyrics) [1923]
2) Let's Get Away From It All by Della Reese / Matt Dennis (music) / lyrics by Tom Adair (lyrics) [1941]
3) Nobody Else But Me by Tony Bennett / Jerome Kern (music)/Oscar Hammerstein II (lyrics) [1946]
4) Some Cats Know by Peggy Lee / Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller [1968]
5) Fever by Ray Charles & Natalie Cole / Eddie Cooley & John Davenport [1956]
6) Bounce Me Brother (With a Solid Four) by Ann Hampton Callaway / Don Raye and Hughie Prince (music & lyrics) [1941]
7) Someone To Watch Over Me by Rod Stewart / George Gershwin (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1926]
8) It's Love by Lena Horne / Betty Comden and Adolph Green (lyrics) & Leonard Bernstein (music) [1953]
9) When October Goes by Barry Manilow / Barry Manilow (music) & Johnny Mercer (lyrics) [1984]
10) The Shadow of Your Smile by Nancy Wilson / Johnny Mandel (music) & Paul Francis Webster (lyrics) [1965]
11) I'm The Big Band Singer by Rosemary Clooney / Merv Griffin (words & music)
12) To Make You Feel My Love by Kurt Darren / Bob Dylan [1997]
13) I Got Rhythm by Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra (Wendi Williams, vocal) / George Gershwin (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1930]
14) Almost Like Being In Love by Vic Damone / Alan Jay Lerner (lyrics) & Frederick Loewe (music) [1947]
15) Someone Like You by Linda Eder / Frank Wildhorn (music) & Frank Wildhorn, Leslie Bricusse and Steve Cuden (lyrics) [1990]
16) There Ain't Nobody Else by Bert Stratton / Bert Stratton [2002]
17) All I Ask Of You by Shirley Bassey / Andrew Lloyd Webber (Music) Charles Hart (Lyrics) [1984]
18) They Can't Take That Away From Me by Perry Como / George Gershwin (music)/Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1937]
19) Good Morning Heartache by Diana Ross / Dan Fisher, Irene Higginbotham, and Ervin Drake [1946]
20) Alaskan Nights by David Schwartz / David Schwartz [1992]

NEW-SuncoastSupperClub#6
June 28, 2016 08:07 PM PDT
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Years ago, the Make Believe Ballroom took you to the greatest ballrooms imaginable to listen to the great bands of the era. Come with us now as Danny Lane takes you to the Suncoast Supper Club. It’s just like being there. Imagine four stages with continuous music and a dance floor that swings. You’ll be under the stars and overlooking Sarasota Bay. On the main bandstand tonight is The Glenn Miller Orchestra. Also in the M’ Toto Lounge you’ll hear Patti Page, Sammy Davis Jr, and Lucy Ann Polk. Right this way, we’ve reserved a VIP table just for you. That's our virtual ballroom. Enjoy. On stage tonight are:
1) Let's Dance [Excerpt] by Benny Goodman & His Big Band
2) Bugle Call Rag by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra (w/ Ray McKinley, drums)
3) 'Deed I Do by Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra (Kathy Lane, vocal)
4) 'Tain't What You Do (It's The Way That You Do It) by Chick Webb (Ella Fitzgerald, vocal)
5) How About You by Frank Sinatra
6) Imagination by Lucy Ann Polk
7) (I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo by Glenn Miller (w/ Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke & The Modernaires)
8) Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller Orchestra
9) Ciribiribin by Pérez Prado & His Orchestra
10) They All Laughed by Patti Page
11) Red Bank Boogie by Count Basie Orchestra
12) American Patrol by Glenn Miller
13) My Romance by The Les Brown Orchestra
14) Out Of This World by Sammy Davis Jr.
15) St. Louis Blues March by Glenn Miller & The Army/Air Force Band
16) The G.I. Jive by Johnny Mercer
17) I'm Stepping Out With A Memory Tonight by The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra (w/ Helen O'Connell, vocal)
18) Jukebox Saturday Night by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra (w/ Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton & The Modernaires)
19) In The Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra
20) Let's Dance [Excerpt] by Benny Goodman & His Big Band

HitParadeJukebox#6
June 21, 2016 07:03 PM PDT
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The Hit Parade Jukebox series highlights the music from the days when the jukebox dominated our after-school social activities. And the songs we played with our nickels, dimes, and quarters determined the “hits” of the day. There’s even a tribute song (Track 14) to the great Jackie Robinson (#42). This episode features:
1) Boogie Woogie by The Clark Sisters
2) Sally Was A Good Old Girl by Bobby Darin
3) Lover Come Back by Doris Day
4) South of The Border (Down Mexico Way) by Frank Sinatra
5) Don't You Know by Della Reese
6) Revenge by Brook Benton
7) Frankie by Connie Francis
8) Love Roller Coaster by Big Joe Turner
9) Love Me Right by LaVern Baker
10) Have Mercy Baby by Billy Ward & The Dominoes
11) Fools Fall In Love by The Drifters
12) Honeysuckle Rose by Lena Horne
13) Bernadine by Pat Boone
14) Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball? by Buddy Johnson
15) Be My Life's Companion by Rosemary Clooney
16) Please Love Me Forever by Tommy Edwards
17) Volare (Nel Blu, Di Pinto Di Blu) by Dean Martin
18) Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead by Ella Fitzgerald
19) Rosetta by Frankie Laine
20) Sincerely by The McGuire Sisters
21) Big Man by The Four Preps
22) Too Young for the Blues by Joanie Sommers
23) Swingin' Down the Lane by Cootie Williams

ClassicPopStandards#3
June 02, 2016 07:00 PM PDT
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“Classic-Pop Standards” is a one-hour program inspired by the Great American Songbook. This new 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) Oh, Lady Be Good [Excerpt] by Benny Goodman Quintet / George Gershwin (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1924]
2) I Got Rhythm by Bobby Darin / George Gershwin (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1930]
3) September In The Rain by Dinah Washington / Harry Warren (music) & Al Dubin (lyrics) [1937]
4) I Can't Give You Anything But Love by Mel Tormé / Jimmy McHugh (music) & Dorothy Fields (lyrics) [1928]
5) Lover, Come Back To Me by Barbra Streisand / Sigmund Romberg (music) & Oscar Hammerstein II (lyrics) [1928]
6) I Get A Kick Out Of You by Frank Sinatra / Cole Porter (music & lyrics) [1934]
7) Blues In The Night by Eva Cassidy / Johnny Mercer (words) & Harold Arlen (music) [1941]
8) Thank Heaven for Little Girls by Maurice Chevalier / Alan Jay Lerner (lyrics) & Frederick Loewe (music) [1957]
9) It's De-Lovely by Ella Fitzgerald / Cole Porter (music & lyrics) [1936]
10) Once In Love With Amy by Dean Martin / Frank Loesser (music & lyrics) [1948]
11) Without A Memory by Judy Garland / Bob Hilliard (lyricist) & Milton De Lugg (composer)
12) Lulu's Back in Town by Dick Haymes / Al Dubin (lyrics) and Harry Warren (music) [1935]
13) My Heart Belongs To Daddy by Eartha Kitt / Cole Porter [1938]
14) A Foggy Day (In London Town) by Michael Bublé / George Gershwin (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1937]
15) I've Got the World On a String by Julie Budd / Harold Arlen (music) & Ted Koehler (lyrics) [1932]
16) My One And Only Love by Louis Armstrong / Guy Wood (music) & Robert Mellin (lyrics) [1952]
17) I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) by Carly Simon / Duke Ellington (music) & Paul Francis Webster (lyrics) [1941]
18) Come To Me, Bend To Me by Andy Williams / Alan Jay Lerner (lyrics) & Frederick Loewe (music)
19) Spring, Spring, Spring by JaLaLa / Johnny Mercer (lyrics) & Gene dePaul and Saul Chaplin (music) [1954]
20) Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered by Frank Sinatra & Patti LaBelle / Richard Rodgers (music) & Lorenz Hart (lyrics) [1940]
21) I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm by Les Brown / Irving Berlin (music & lyrics) [1937]

HitParadeJukebox#5
May 30, 2016 05:41 PM PDT
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The Hit Parade Jukebox series highlights the music from the days when the jukebox dominated our after-school social activities. And the songs we played with our nickels, dimes, and quarters determined the “hits” of the day. This episode features:
1) A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation) by Marty Robbins
2) Many Tears Ago by Connie Francis
3) Gum Drop by The Crew Cuts
4) Frankie and Johnnie by The King Sisters
5) Butterfly by Charlie Gracie
6) Ten Cents a Dance by Billy May and His Orch. (Anita O'Day, vocal)
7) My Boy, Flat Top by Dorothy Collins
8) Whole Lotta Lovin' by Fats Domino
9) On An Evening In Roma by Dean Martin
10) Corrine, Corrina by Big Joe Turner
11) The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise by Les Paul & Mary Ford
12) (Put Another Nickel In) Music, Music, Music by The Ames Brothers
13) Goody Goody by Rosemary Clooney
14) Just For The Fun Of It by Nat King Cole
15) A Fool Never Learns by Andy Williams
16) Teacher's Pet by Doris Day
17) Honey Love by The Drifters (w/ Clyde McPhatter)
18) Come To Baby Do by The Pied Pipers
19) Makin' Whoopee by Dinah Washington
20) On The Sunny Side of The Street by Frankie Laine
21) South of the Border by Gale Storm
22) More by Perry Como
23) Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy by The Satisfiers
24) Good Rockin' Tonight by Wynonie Harris

ClassicPopStandards#2
May 15, 2016 07:52 PM PDT
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“Classic-Pop Standards” is a one-hour program inspired by the Great American Songbook. This new 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) & Ted Koehler (lyrics) [1932]
2) The Best Is Yet To Come by Tony Bennett & Diana Krall / Cy Coleman (music) & Carolyn Leigh (lyrics) [1959]
3) Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat by Sammy Davis Jr. / Frank Loesser [1950]
4) Big Spender by Shirley Bassey / Cy Coleman (music) & Dorothy Fields (lyrics) [1966]
5) I've Got You Under My Skin by Peggy Lee / Cole Porter (1936)
6) Ain't Misbehavin' by Peter Cincotti / Thomas "Fats" Waller & Harry Brooks (music) Andy Razaf (lyrics)
7) I Won't Dance by Jane Monheit & Michael Buble / Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh (lyrics) and Jerome Kern (music)
8) Body And Soul by Carly Simon / Johnny Green (music) & Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, and Frank Eyton (lyrics) [1930]
9) The Song Is Ended (But the Melody Lingers On) by Nat King Cole / Irving Berlin (music) & Beda Loehner (lyrics) [1927]
10) 'Deed I Do by Sue Raney / Fred Rose (music) & Walter Hirsch (lyrics) [1926]
11) Long Ago And Far Away by Rod Stewart / Jerome Kern (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1944]
12) Only Love by Linda Eder / Frank Wildhorn (music) & Nan Knighton (lyrics)
13) Am I Blue? By Vic Damone / Harry Akst and Grant Clarke (1929)
14) Something's Got To Give by Rosemary Clooney / Johnny Mercer (words & music) [1954]
15) Good Thing Going (Going Gone) by Frank Sinatra / Stephen Sondheim (words & music) [1981]
16) I Wish I Didn't Love You So by k. d. lang / Frank Loesser (1947)
17) They Can't Take That Away From Me by Diana Krall / George Gershwin (music) & Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1937]
18) In A Sentimental Mood by Doc Severinsen & His Big Band / Duke Ellinton (music) [1935]

Swingin' w/DannyLane #7
May 01, 2016 06:40 PM PDT
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One hour of non-stop swing music. Danny Lane brings back memories of times gone by with an eye on the future. Swing music is back, in a big way. Dance like no one is watching. Keep swingin’.
In this episode you’ll hear:
1) Sing Me A Swing Song by Chick Webb & Ella Fitzgerald
2) You Never Know How You Look by Les Brown & His Orchestra
3) At The Fat Man's by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (Charlie Shavers, vocal)
4) Topsy by Count Basie & His Orchestra
5) The Joint is Really Jumpin' Down At Carnegie Hall by The Vaughn Monroe Orchestra
6) Pompton Turnpike by Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra
7) Jukebox Saturday Night by Glenn Miller (w/ Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke & The Modernaires, vocals)
8) Tuxedo Junction by Dave Pell & His Orchestra
9) Palm Springs Jump by Slim & Slam (Slam Stewart & Slim Gaillard & His Flat Foot Floogie Boys)
10) Blue Lou by The Metronome All-Star Band
11) You Couldn't Be Cuter by Benny Goodman & His Big Band (Martha Tilton, vocal)
12) Northwest Passage by Woody Herman
13) A Fine Romance by Lena Horne
14) What Is This Thing Called Love? By Artie Shaw & His Orchestra (Mel Torme & His Mel-Tones, vocals)
15) The Peanut Vendor by Stan Kenton & His Orchestra
16) Rockin' in Rhythm by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra and Ella Fitzgerald
17) Sing, Sing, Sing by Buddy Rich Quintet & Max Roach Quintet
18) You Make Me Feel So Young by Nancy Wright
19) Flying Home by Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra

ClassicPopStandards#1
April 26, 2016 07:25 AM PDT
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“Classic-Pop Standards” is a one-hour program inspired by the Great American Songbook. This new 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, down Broadway, and beyond. Danny Lane brings new life to the Great American Songbook on “Classic-Pop Standards”.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
1) The Lady Is A Tramp by Lena Horne / Richard Rodgers (music) & Lorenz Hart (lyrics) [1937]
2) I've Got The World On A String by Mel Tormé / Harold Arlen (music) & Ted Koehler (lyrics) [1932]
3) I'm Just Wild About Harry by Judy Garland / Eubie Blake (music) & Noble Sissle (lyrics) [1921]
4) Nancy (With The Laughing Face) by Frank Sinatra / Jimmy Van Heusen (music) & Phil Silvers (lyrics) [1942]
5) I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me by Dinah Washington / Jimmy McHugh (music) & Clarence Gaskill (lyrics) [1926]
6) Let's Call The Whole Thing Off by Harry Connick, Jr. / George & Ira Gershwin [1937]
7) Ten Cents a Dance by Doris Day / Richard Rodgers (music) & Lorenz Hart (lyrics) [1930]
8) I'll Never Stop Loving You by Andy Williams / Nicholas Brodzsky (music) & Sammy Cahn (lyrics) [1955]
9) Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please by Julie London / Cole Porter (music and lyrics) [1940]
10) Call Me Irresponsible by Michael Bublé / Jimmy Van Heusen (music) & Sammy Cahn (lyrics) [1962]
11) Let's Take A Walk Around The Block by Ella Fitzgerald / Harold Arlen (music) & Edgar “Yip” Harburg and Ira Gershwin (lyrics) [1934]
12) It Might Be You by Alan Bergman / Marilyn & Alan Bergman (lyrics), Dave Grusin (music) [1982]
13) All The Way by Billie Holiday / Jimmy Van Heusen (music) & Sammy Cahn (lyrics) [1957]
14) Evergreen by Paul Williams / Barbra Streisand & Paul Williams [1976]
15) Isn't It Romantic by Jack Jones / Richard Rodgers (music) & Lorenz Hart (lyrics) [1932]
16) We Have All The Time In The World by Louis Armstrong / John Barry (music) & Hal David (lyrics) [1969]
17) Don't Cry For Me Argentina by Patti LuPone / Andrew Lloyd Webber (music) & Tim Rice (lyrics) [1978]
18) Ain’t Misbehavin’ by Johnny Guarnieri / Thomas "Fats" Waller & Harry Brooks (music) Andy Razaf (lyric) [1929]

ThoseWereTheDays#2B
April 17, 2016 05:40 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) Jukebox Saturday Night by Glenn Miller (w/ Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke & The Modernaires)
2) Vaya Con Dios by Les Paul & Mary Ford
3) Leap Frog by Les Brown
4) Beyond The Sea by Bobby Darin
5) Till I Waltz Again With You by Teresa Brewer
6) Let True Love Begin by Nat King Cole
7) Take The "A" Train by The King Sisters
8) The Best Is Yet To Come by Frank Sinatra (w/ Count Basie Orch.)
9) Hardhearted Hannah by Ray Charles
10) Love Letters In The Sand by Pat Boone
11) Tammy by Debbie Reynolds
12) Ain't That A Kick In The Head by Dean Martin
13) Cherokee by Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra
14) It Had To Be You by Bobby Darin
15) Whatever Lola Wants by Sarah Vaughan
16) How High The Moon by Les Paul & Mary Ford
17) Teach Me Tonight by Dinah Washington
18) Baubles, Bangles And Beads by The Kirby Stone Four
19) Racing With The Moon by Vaughn Monroe
20) You Belong To Me by Jo Stafford
21) Remembering You by Roger Kellaway

SuncoastSupperClub#5
April 12, 2016 05:48 PM PDT
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Years ago, the Make Believe Ballroom took you to the greatest ballrooms imaginable to listen to the great bands of the era. Come with us now as Danny Lane takes you to the Suncoast Supper Club. It’s just like being there. Imagine 4 stages with continuous music and a dance floor that swings, overlooking Sarasota Bay and under the stars. On the main bandstand tonight is The Benny Goodman Orchestra. Also on stage you’ll hear Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, Doris Day, Nat “King” Cole, and many more. Right this way, your table is ready. That's our virtual ballroom. Enjoy.
On stage tonight are:
1) Why Don't You Do Right? by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra (Peggy Lee, vocal)
2) Cherry by Harry James & His Music Makers
3) The Creep by Stan Kenton & His Orchestra
4) (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 by Nat King Cole Trio
5) One O'Clock Jump by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra
6) Three Minutes on 52nd Street by Lionel Hampton
7) But Not for Me by Roy Eldridge & Friends
8) Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) by Chick Webb
9) Put the Blame On Mame by Anita Ellis
10) Pennies From Heaven by The Benny Goodman Octet (w/Jimmy Rushing)
11) Nice Work If You Can Get It by Sarah Vaughan
12) Things Ain't What They Used To Be by Duke Ellington
13) Boogie At The Band Box by Hadda Brooks
14) At The Woodchopper's Ball by Woody Herman
15) Roll 'Em by Benny Goodman & His Big Band
16) 9:20 Special by Count Basie & His Orchestra
17) It's Magic (from the film Romance On The High Seas) by Doris Day
18) Yes, Indeed! by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra

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