Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Playlist for Sunday March 22, 2015: We're (almost) in the Money!

 Week Two of Jazz 90.1's Spring Pledge Drive is underway, and I'm hoping these 2 On The Aisle selections will "transport" you to the phone or Jazz901.org to contribute! The station really needs your support, because without it, all the programs you enjoy (like maybe THIS ONE?) will be history.  REALLY!!!

So while I'm playing "Mame" and "Maybe This Time" and some of Angela and some of Babs, please give me a call with donation...and a request.  You pay, I play, for sure!  We'll have a little Ethel, a little Gwen, a little Pearl...even a little Groucho, to take that pledge "sting" away.  And if that ain't enough, I don't know what is.

 Mame (Charles Braswell, Company, Mame)
We're In The Money (Wanda Richert, Karen Prunczik, Ginny King, 42nd Street)
Money, Money (Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey, Cabaret)
Can You Use Any Money Today? (Ethel Merman, Call Me Madam)
Roll Your Socks Up (Company, New Girl In Town)
Flings (Lulu Bates, Thelma Ritter, Mara Landi, New Girl In Town)
At The Check Apron Ball (Ensemble, New Girl In Town)
Bless Your Beautiful Hide (Howard Keel, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers)
Lament/Lonesome Polecat (Ensemble, Seven Brides)
Sobbin' Women (Howard Keel, Ensemble, Seven Brides)
Miss Marmelstein (Barbra Streisand, I Can Get It For You Wholesale)
I'm The Greatest Star (Barbra Streisand, Funny Girl)
What Did I Have That I Don't Have Now (Barbra Streisand, On A Clear Day You Can
                   See Forever)
Outside Of That, I Love You (Summer Strallen, Tom Chambers, Top Hat)
There Must Be Something Better Than Love (Pearl Bailey, Arms And The Girl)
I Don't Think I'll Fall In Love Today (Nancy Walker, David Craig, Treasure Girl)
But Not For Me (Bobby Short, Bobby Short is K-Ra-Zy for Gershwin)
Maybe This Time (Liza Minnelli, Cabaret)
Vaudeville Ain't Dead; Catch Our Act At The Met (Bert Lahr, Dolores Grey, Two On
                   The Aisle)
The Laws Of My Administration (Groucho Marx, Duck Soup)
The Clown (Bert Lahr, Two On The Aisle)
All The Live Long Day (Company, Working)
Millwork (Robin Lamont, Working)
Something To Point To (Company, Working)
It's Today (Angela Lansbury, Mame)
Each Tomorrow Morning (Angela Lansbury, Dear World)
The Worst Pies In London (Angela Lansbury, Sweeney Todd)
Bells Are Ringing (Ensemble, Bells Are Ringing)
Long Before I Knew You (Sydney Chaplin, Judy Holliday, Bells Are Ringing)
The Party's Over (Judy Holliday, Bells Are Ringing)

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