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Tom Morgan and Frank Foster

Former Capitol Records producer Tom Morgan recalls his days at the Capitol Tower. In part two, saxophonist Frank Foster remembers his time with the Count Basie Orchestra.

This week there are more exclusive interviews from Graham’s personal archive. In part one, former Capitol Records producer Tom Morgan recalls his days at the Capitol Tower with Peggy Lee and Billy May. In part two, saxophonist Frank Foster remembers his time with the Count Basie Orchestra. Graham’s musical theme this week is “Autumn”.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Hour 1

    • Tony Bennett

      The Moment Of Truth

    • Ella Fitzgerald

      THe Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

    • Frank Sinatra

      Autumn In New York

    • Sérgio Mendes

      Cinnamon And Clove

    • Peggy Lee

      Because I Love Him

    • Nat King Cole

      Autumn Leaves

    • Alvino Rey

      Blues In The Night

    • Harry Connick, Jr.

      We Are In Love

    • Judy Garland

      How Long Has This Been Going On

    • Mickey Rooney

      Manhattan

    • Sammy Davis Jr.

      September Song

    • Carmen McRae

      Tis Autumn

    • Matt Monro

      The Second Time Around

    • Barbra Streisand

      Autumn

    • The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra

      Doodletown Races

  • Hour 2

    • Julie London

      Fly Me To The Moon

    • Ray Charles

      Georgia On My Mind

    • Mary Cleere Haran

      This Heart Of Mine

    • Woody Herman

      Early Autumn

    • João Gilberto

      Damba Da Minha Terra

    • Count Basie

      Shiny Stockings

    • Sarah Vaughan

      Stopming At The Savoy

    • Henry Mancini

      Autumn Nocturne

    • Irene Kral

      Wonderful Life

    • Artie Shaw

      If It's You

    • Dinah Washington

      Spetember In The Rain

    • Nancy Wilson

      When The Meadow Was Blooming

    • Anthony Newley

      I Get Along Without You Very Well

    • Randy Brooks

      Tippin' In