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The best in late night sounds from Lena Horne, Chris Connor, George Shearing and Curtis Stigers

Music 'til Midnight, the best in timeless standards and late night sounds performed by Lena Horne, Chris Connor, George Shearing, The Singers Unlimited and Curtis Stigers.

Music 'til Midnight, the best in timeless standards and late night sounds performed by Lena Horne, Chris Connor, George Shearing, The Singers Unlimited and Curtis Stigers. Tonight's featured album is Sarah Vaughan Sings The Mancini Songbook. Released in 1965, the featured songs include Mr Lucky, Days Of Wine and Roses, Dreamsville and Moon River and arranged for Sarah by writers including Frank Foster, Billy Byers, Bob James and Robert Farnon.

57 minutes

Music Played

  • Chris Connor

    A Taste Of Honey

    • Sings gentle Bossa Nova.
    • JUST A MEMORY.
  • Count Basie

    South Of The Border

    • Frankly Basie.
    • Verve.
  • George Benson

    Walkin' My Baby Back Hone

    • Big Boss Band.
    • WArner.
  • Sarah Vaughan

    Mr. Lucky

    • Sarah Vaughan Sings The Mancini Songbook.
    • Verve.
  • Sarah Vaughan

    Days Of Wine And Roses

    • Sarah Vaughan Sings The Mancini Songbook.
    • Verve.
  • George Shearing Trio & Robert Farnon

    Strange Enchantment

    • On Target.
    • MEMOIR.
  • Tony Bennett

    My Favourite Things

    • Snowfall: The Tony Bennett Christmas Album.
    • Sony.
  • Lena Horne

    I Have Dreamed

    • Lena: A New Album.
    • Dutton Vocalion.
  • The Singers Unlimited

    The More I See You

    • Sentimental Journey.
    • MPS.
  • Sarah Vaughan

    Moon River

    • Sarah Vaughan Sings The Mancini Songbook.
    • Verve.
  • Sarah Vaughan

    Dreamsville

    • Sarah Vaughan Sings The Mancini Songbook.
    • Verve.
  • Mel Tormé

    Lullaby Of Birdland

    • Mel Torme with the Marty Paich Dek-Tette.
    • Rhino.
  • Curtis Stigers

    San Diago Serenade

    • Reall Emotional.
    • Concord.

Sarah Vaughan: Jazz Scene, BBC 1970

Robert Farnon and Tony Bennett: BBC 1968

Bob James

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