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Playlist for Bandstand 28 November 2015

19H00 – 20H00

  • LAURA – 20TH CENTURY STUDIO ORCHESTRA
  • CONNIE FRANCIS – COME RAIN OR COME SHINE
  • BARRY MANILOW – AND THE ANGELS SING
  • LOUIS ARMSTRONG – JEEPERS CREEPERS
  • BUDDY GRECO – SATIN DOLL
  • WOODY HERMAN ORCHESTRA WITH STAN GETZ – EARLY AUTUMN
  • HENRY MANCINI ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS – DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES
  • ANDY WILLIAMS – MOON RIVER
  • DEAN MARTIN – N THE COOL, COOL, COOL OF THE EVENING
  • JUDY GARLAND – ON THE ATCHESON, TOPEKA AND THE SANTA FE
  • JO STAFFORD AND THE PIED PIPERS – DREAM
  • KENNY ROGERS – I REMEMBER YOU

20H00 – 21H00

  • FRANK SINATRA – WHY TRY TO CHANGE ME NOW
  • ELLA FITZGERALD – SOMEBODY LOVES ME
  • CLIFFORD BROWN – WHAT’S NEW
  • SARAH VAUGHAN/CLIFFORD BROWN – LULLABY OF BIRDLAND
  • MATT MONRO – AROUND THE WORLD
  • DORIS DAY – APRIL IN PARIS
  • THE MANHATTAN TRANSFER – ON A LITTLE STREET IN SINGAPORE
  • HARRY BELAFONTE – ISLAND IN THE SUN
  • MATT MONRO – FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
  • MATT MONRO – I GUESS IT WAS YOU ALL THE TIME
  • MATT MONRO – SOFTLY, AS I LEAVE YOU
  • MATT MONRO – WALK AWAY
  • MATT MONRO – SOMEWHERE

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