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Playlist for Bandstand 30 January 2016

19H00 – 20H00

  • BARRY MANILOW – COME FLY WITH ME/COME DANCE WITH ME
  • NANCY WILSON – THE SECOND TIME AROUND
  • TOMMY WATT ORCHESTRA – THE TENDER TRAP
  • DEAN MARTIN – AIN’T THAT A KICK IN THE HEAD
  • SCOTT HAMILTON WITH STRINGS – NANCY
  • FRANK SINATRA – ALL MY TOMORROWS
  • LENA HORNE – COME ON STRONG
  • VIC DAMONE – MY BABY LOVES TO SWING
  • NAT KING COLE – SOMEWHERE ALONG THE WAY
  • ARTHUR PRYSOCK/COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA – I COULD HAVE TOLD YOU
  • NAT KING COLE – WHEN I FALL IN LOVE

20H00 – 21H00

  • DEAN MARTIN – ARRIVEDERCI ROMA
  • STEPHANE GRAPPELLI – WHY DO I LOVE YOU?
  • ERNESTINE ANDERSON – THEY DIDN’T BELIEVE ME
  • WILLIAM WARFIELD – OL’ MAN RIVER
  • MARGARET WHITING – CAN’T HELP LOVIN’ DAT MAN OF MINE
  • KEELY SMITH – THE SONG IS YOU
  • THE PLATTERS – SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES
  • ROSEMARY CLOONEY – ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE
  • FRANK SINATRA – THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT
  • NANCY WILSON – DEARLY BELOVED
  • NAT KING COLE/GEORGE SHEARING – PICK YOURSELF UP
  • JOHN WILLIAMS AND THE BOSTON POPS ORCHESTRA – LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY

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