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Graham Pass brings you the finest crooners, songbirds, vocal groups and instrumentalists.

More swinging performances from across the years and around the world spotlighting the finest crooners, songbirds, small groups, big bands, orchestras and instrumentalists.

Also, we’ll be meeting two more witnesses to musical history from Graham’s archive of interviews:
In part one, legendary American Singer Jo Stafford who was born one hundred years ago on November the 12th, 1917…

And in part two, Composer, Arranger, Trombonist and Bandleader Ray Conniff who was born 101 years ago on November the 6th, 1916…

And Graham’s musical theme this week is a celebration in words and music of… “The Weather”.

2 hours

Music Played

  • The Graham Pass Show

    • Artie Shaw

      Let’s Walk

    • Ella Fitzgerald

      Can’t Buy Me Love

    • Mel Tormé

      Sunday In New York

    • Nancy Wilson

      On Green Dolphin Street

    • Nat King Cole

      Breezin’ Along With The Breeze

    • Carminho

      A Felicidade

    • Tommy Dorsey

      Oh! Look At Me Now

    • Jo Stafford

      A Sunday Kind Of Love

    • Quincy Jones


    • Sarah Vaughan

      How High The Moon

    • Ken Mackintosh

      The Champ

    • Astrud Gilberto


    • Frank Sinatra

      Gone With The Wind

    • Martha Tilton

      What A Deal

    • George Shearing

      September In The Rain

    • Sammy Davis Jr.

      Guys And Dolls

    • The Hi-Lo’s

      Button Up Your Overcoat

    • Art Tatum

      Runnin’ Wild

    • Barbra Streisand

      Soon It’s Gonna Rain

    • Johnny Mercer

      Accentuate The Positive

    • Artie Shaw

      Just Kiddin’ Around

    • Ray Conniff

      Deep Purple

    • Buddy Bregman

      Singin’ In The Rain

    • Buddy Greco

      Secret Love

    • Diana Krall

      I Get Along Without You Very Well

    • Stuff Smith and His Onyx Club Boys


    • Sérgio Mendes

      Constant Rain

    • Johnny Desmond


    • Petula Clark

      Lucky Day

    • Tommy Dorsey

      Opus No. 1