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We'll have more with Max Weinberg about the life and legacy of Charlie Watts in the coming days. For now, a take from Bruce Springsteen, from the succinct Foreword he wrote for The Big Beat' s second edition, published in Today's New York Times obituary smartly quotes from this piece of writing, but missing is the sense that Charlie Watts dominated Bruce's thoughts there, despite the other 13 major talents represented in the book.
So for us, an extended excerpt is in order:. He's a great example of the kind of power a great drummer can bring to his band, deepening not only the physical force of the music, but also the depth of emotion and heart the songwriter gets out of his characters.
When Mick sings, 'It's only rock 'n' roll but I like it,' Charlie's in back showing you why! Oh no! This is terribly shocking. He singlehandedly brought the Rock world some real class. Rock and Roll will miss him profoundly. We are significantly less without him.
A monumentally sad day learning my personal hero Charlie Watts has died. Charlie Watts Rest In Peace my friend. Approximately 90 minutes into the event, in the middle of Barry Manilow's setthe concert was halted on account of nearby lightning strikes.
The crowd was asked to head for shelter with hopes of restarting the concert later. While Mayor Bill de Blasio announced intentions of restarting the concert around 10pm without an audience, the remainder of the show would eventually be called off altogether.
Springsteen wisely stayed away from the chaos on CNN, as entertaining as it may have been. No word as of yet if the event will be rescheduled for another date.
That night, Springsteen raised money, awareness, and the roof at the Sports Arena. The show served as a gateway to his own style of activism, and it also led to a vital series of songs about veterans coming home. Muller traced its roots, challenges, and Bruce's role in aiding the VVA mission. Our year retrospective in Backstreets 72 featured crucial photography from Neal Preston. Like the opening image above, which at first glance may not seem like the most notable concert shot… until you notice the crutches in the air.
Springsteen talked to the crowd before the show about the purpose of the benefit, and he asked Muller to address the audience, too.
From his wheelchair, Muller delivered his own moving speech about "ending the silence" about the Vietnam war, with this night as "the first step. Muller credits Springsteen with saving the organization from going under and allowing a more coherent movement to gain momentum; he went on to share a Nobel Peace Prize for his commitment to banning landmines. Later, we characterized the August 20 date as "a history lesson, an act of decency, and a demonstration of credibility.
Most of all, it was a coming out party, and Springsteen was there to play. We'd be remiss if we didn't mention the music, which was simply next-level stuff that night. Already working with a somewhat retooled show after his European tour, the song set stands today, as it has since he took his bows with the E Street Band that night, as his most passionate. It's even that magnificent performance from Leedscomplete with horns — love seeing Springsteen dip into his own Live Archive series.
The DJ could have filled the entire hour with his own music "Freehold," "My City of Ruins," you name itbut as usual we got a mix of genres and artists, all with home and small towns on their minds. So during this show we're going to listen to a variety of outstanding artists and their take on where they come from. He began with Neko Case's ode to her own hometown. Why that title? Leading with this one feels like it could be Bruce's own olive branch to the city, after his illness there on tour in was blamed on the "Tacoma Aroma.
And what a voice she has! There is something in the very directness of that voice that makes her stand out from her contemporaries, and she is one of my favorite singers. And from there, straight to Hell! We get a few more geographical specifics, in terms of hometown roots: Detroit, courtesy of Bob Seger, with "that great voice"; and Salford, Lancashire, in the Pogues' "Dirty Old Town" not Dublinas one might thinkled by the "the immortal Shane MacGowan. Whether its pride of place or a darker view Daniel Johnston's got vampires living in his!
After all, Bruce's own life has illustrated that old saw, you can take the boy out of New Jersey but you can't take New Jersey out of the boy. Even if he'd rather not have a rest stop there with his name on it.
Springsteen shows a surprising fondness for contemporary country singers in Volume 26, sifting some gold from not only Chief "Springsteen" singer Eric Church, but also Morgan Wallen, Kane Brown, and Dierks Bentley. Bentley's track, "Home," takes an even wider scope, as one of those "measuring the distance between the American Dream and American reality" songs Springsteen is fond of.
Eddie and the Cruisers may have been from a small Jersey town, but in real life John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band hail from a shore town a few states away. Cafferty performed with Springsteen a dozen times between andafter which his Top 10 hit "On the Dark Side" became the greatest Boss pastiche there's ever been apologies to Bruce Springstone.
If you ever wondered whether Springsteen hears it as a rip-off or an homage, kind words in Volume 26 should tip you off:. They are out of Narragansett, Rhode Island, I believe. John's career began in the s; he had some major success with the soundtrack for the Eddie and the Cruisers pictures — that For All We Know - Various - And Suddenly Its Evening (Vinyl went triple platinum. So congratulations on that, Johnny, and thank you for that beautiful song. I wrote this next song after driving by the J.
Newberry's on Main Street in Freehold and seeing my own self-portrait — bandana included — painted in black velvet. With Bruce Lee to my left and a German Shepherd to my right, in their own individual paintings. And I had to go in and buy one! So I did.
And I came home, and I hung it up in my hall, waiting for folks to come in and get the joke, and… nobody did. And so it goes. God forgive me, because this is the life I have chosen. And that was the E Street Band live in Leeds, with our auxiliary E Streeters front and center: our great horn section, and our great singers.
After one from "my friend and neighbor, Johnny Bon Jovi, with Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland," Bruce gave some additional background on "My Hometown," and — given that he's been talking in recent months about "vault" releases — perhaps a glimpse of our future:. This was shortly atfer my roadtrip west with my road buddy Matt Delia.
I spent a good portion of that winter in a Hollywood cottage up towards Laurel Canyon — the previous home of Sidney Toler, star of the Charlie Chan films — and I wrote quite a bit up there, a lot of still-unreleased music, someday to see the light of day, I'm sure.
And before the "Glory Days" finale, a fitting benediction and some hometown pride of his own:. I wanna say, God bless you and your hometown.
A special shout-out to my great friend and one of the kings of show jumping, Nick Skelton, for his guidance and inspiration.
May all of your days forever be glorious. James Theatre the show will close on September 4. With new Covid precautionary measures requiring all in the building to wear a mask, Bruce Springsteen wore a black one himself as he took the stage, removing it shortly thereafter to begin the performance. Before "My Hometown," he thanked the audience for remaining masked up. Despite apparently having a mild case of the sniffles, Springsteen sounded terrific. Unsurprisingly, though he peppered in a few new jokes, there were no significant changes to the show — the model setlist has remained the same since opening night on June He did, however, choose one recent news item to react to — a certain lyrical debate that peaked just as Springsteen on Broadway went on break.
After singing the first line of "Thunder Road" — "The screen door slams, Mary's dress sways" — Bruce took a dramatic pause before repeating that last word, speaking it loudly and clearly: "Sways. Just as many unswayed "waves" proponents will carry on trusting the art rather than the artist on this particular subject.
Presumably because of the heightened Covid precautions, Springsteen remained socially distanced from the front row rather than shaking hands as he typically has, but he had more kisses than usual to blow to the audience. And, of course, some waves. Here's what's on the docket in the coming days:. Tonight, Springsteen and Scialfa are back on the boards at the St.
James Theatre and with the U. Equestrian Team winning silver in the Team Jumping event, they return as proud parents of an Olympic medalist to begin the second and final stretch of performances in this Broadway run. Proof of vaccination had been required since the show's opening; now, with COVID concerns rising again due to the Delta variant, attendees will need to mask up: "Masks are required to be worn properly at all times except while actively eating or drinking when seated.
Including tonight's return, fourteen shows remain — as producer Jon Landau told us in June, "nobody's thinking" about an extension — with closing night on Saturday, September 4. Volume 26 will air at 10am and 6pm ET tomorrow on E Street Radio, with additional broadcasts on Thursday at noon, Friday at 6am and 4pm, Saturday at 2pm, Sun at 10pm, Monday at 7am, and Tuesday at 12am.
It's such an important occasion that we dedicated an entire issue of Backstreets to it 20 years ago, including an extensive interview with VVAF president Bob Muller who Springsteen brought out on stage that night. Muller told Backstreets of the August 20 concert, "That was the turnaround event, realy, in our history of putting together a coherent Vietnam veterans' movement We had no money, we had no support… we were going down. It was our darkest moment, and I say that very honestly. It literally turned us around.
For more on the historic concert — the full Bob Muller interview, concert and backstage photos, speech transcriptions, performance highlights, and more — we encourage you to check out Backstreets A tweet from Springsteen has made it clear that his participation will be "for one song only," but Bruce will be making a special appearance during the We Love NYC concert in Central Parkjoining Patti Smith to perform their co-written "Because the Night.
For those who can't make it to Central Park on Saturday or don't want to brave the crowdsthe live event will be broadcast globally on CNN. In a memoir, Howling at the MoonYetnikoff recounted adventures, triumphs, and professional relationships with everyone from Marvin Gaye to Mick Jagger to Springsteen.
Though they'd met bytheir work began in earnest around When Springsteen was in Los Angeles mixing The Riverthey sat down to discuss what would be Bruce's fifth album — Yetnikoff could not recall the single-record version, which Springsteen had handed in the year before — and he learned that it would be a two-record set.
So you're going to have to figure out the rest, like how you sell two records, how you price it and promote it. You're spending a fortune! You know something? It's your money.
We lay it out, but it's an advance against royalties. Another galvanizing moment came when Springsteen presented Columbia with Nebraskawhich Yetnikoff liked immediately, listening twice in succession at Jon Landau's office in mid-' He didn't know how I was going to react," Yetnikoff said.
But we are going to sell a respectable amount. Yetnikoff put his own capital behind Nebraska : some colleagues at CBS expected an E Street Band record and were dubious of this one's commercial viability.
People weren't going to argue with me because I was too crazy," he told us. But I wanted to do a good job. Though he had the heart and mind to help guide record sales while remaining sensitive to Springsteen's creative needs, Yetnikoff claimed he never had much of an ear — save for Bruce's vocal, always pleading after hearing a mix, "Could I hear some more voice, please? Byof course, Yetnikoff got his wish, as Born in the U.
The pair had a good working relationship, but Yetnikoff knew that Springsteen didn't use drugs, which is one reason they didn't hang out, save for the occasional social visit. In his later years, Yetnikoff was forthcoming about his addiction, treatment, and his undoing after Sony absorbed the label. Even before he left Sony inYetnikoff had stepped back from the relationship, in part, he said, because Springsteen, who'd dismissed the E Street Band and sought a new creative direction, no longer required day-to-day attention.
But Yetnikoff wasn't pleased when Springsteen joined with Amnesty International for the Conspiracy of Hope tour, believing the organization was biased against Israel.
Part of that had to do with my own arrogance, my own ego," Yetnikoff said. But byhe regretted judging Springsteen, as he told Backstreets: "He was doing things I don't like, but hey, his politics are his politics.
He has the right to do that. At the time, if I had called Bruce and said, 'Hey let's sit down and work this out,' I'm sure he would've said yes. I owe him an apology. After leaving Sony inYetnikoff founded his own record label and had a hand in film production. In his later years, Yetnikoff remained devoted to helping people discover paths to sobriety. It's developed. Greatness is a decision you make. You make that decision every single day with everything you do, no matter how small.
Whatever it is. Certain shows loom large on many Best of Tour lists. Hartford Louis Paris And now that concert — the second night of two at Fenway Park on the Wrecking Ball tour — has its rightful place in Bruce Springsteen's Live Archive series. Now, every city in Not-New-Jersey thinks it is Bruce's secret favorite place to play looking at you, Philadelphia.
But most of us know the answer is actually Boston. In fact, we'd be happy with monthly releases of just classic Boston shows for the rest of the year. You can now rest easy, Archive Series planners. Hard part's done. August 15, - photograph by Michael Zorn. My obvious Beantown pride aside, expectations tend to be high when Bruce hits Boston. On the Wrecking Ball tour, however, the first of the two-show Fenway stand was… not great.
I've seen quite a few Springsteen shows, and there is only a handful when I've left thinking, "Okay, maybe it's time to take a break. I think Bruce may have felt the same. Because he casually strolled out on the second night with a completely different vibe.
The visual and the tone go a long way to understanding the groove of Night 2, so take a look below Bruce starts talking about a minute in. And we open with Bruce and Roy on a stripped-down "Thunder Road" — which you could say was completely out of left field, had we not been standing in that general area.
Then: "Let's start with the hits! Let's start with the summertime hits right now! Where was this coming from? August 15, - photograph by A. One of my favorite insights from Bruce's Super Bowl journal was his fear of not being "in the moment" from the very start of the minute halftime show.
During a three-hour concert he can call an audible if he feels himself wandering, in order to shake things — and himself — up. No such luxury in seconds of a carefully white-boarded Springsteen Experience. That feeling of aliveness and being in the moment is what the entire second night in Fenway felt like. A minute-to-minute openness on Bruce's part to the show being something different. Okay, so we've got a Great Opening Set. We've got the Vibe.
It's Augustso we're comfortably in the sign-request era. Over time, some selections hit me better than others. You soon realize that the best Bruce covers are not songs by the Stones or Van Morrison. If your neighborhood's Dads band would play it at the community pool on a Friday night, it's not going to be a transcendent Springsteen cover.
Rather, it's the more obscure frat rock, novelty, and soul songs that tend to lead to E Street magic. I vividly remember "Hang On Sloopy" from Greensboro in tearing the roof off the place.
If Fenway had a roof, it would have been the same for me for this night's "Knock on Wood. Such great fun, with enough rough edges that it still had the heady tension of an impromptu one-off. With those last three requests, themes of summer merged with their natural companion: nostalgia. Which is not Bruce's typical go-to move. The audience may want to relive the '78 intro to "Prove It All Night" yes, this is foreshadowingbut it's his nature to play a new song instead. He would say — has said — that that's his job, right?
But first "Frankie" got a mid-song rap about writing the song in the s and watching the fireflies on the front porch. And, one-by-one, For All We Know - Various - And Suddenly Its Evening (Vinyl lit up Fenway. That was a moment. Next up, "Prove It All Night. This was a sign request as well. My memory is hazy, and I can't get a good YouTube visual, but I believe the '78 intro was mentioned on the sign.
And the feeling of wondering if the intro was going to happen, and then it starting to happen, and we were back to the Darkness tour, not just a brief nod but going on for a full three minutes… that feeling is what's hard to capture when just listening to an Archive release a decade later. The folks who understandably listen to St. Louis and wonder what the big deal was — I get it.
It's tough to get the feel of the room, and it's easy to lose some wonder and anticipation as you're holding the setlist in your hand. But listen with fresh, attentive ears if you can. Accessories were subdued. Golden chains, gold-button earrings and rhinestone clips were finding their way back into the wild after having been stashed away in favor of homemade jewelry for a few years.
A shorter, polished, shoulder-length page boy or a close crop with upturned bangs framing face were the hairstyles of the new. Shorter hair prompted a call for hats. A chic evening choice was the little black veiled hat, often accompanied by boas in fur or feathers. The trend leaned toward the inconspicuous and comfortable. A new fad — piping — showed up on blazers and suits. Infashion designers tried to change tight fitting, body hugging clothing styles into something a bit looser.
Like, a lot looser. The silhouette in was significantly different in this way. The Big Look or The Droop, depending on your viewdesigners hoped, would sending customers back to the stores specifically for dresses. After the midi skirt disaster, fashion designers were desperate for some good news. Many shops had shut due to poor sales, made worse by an ongoing recession.
Frankly, people were finding their trusty sweater, t-shirt and pair of jeans and they wore them nearly every day. This did not help the fashion industry prosper. In fact, the t-shirt, once considered underwear only, was now being blazoned with slogans, sports teams and anything else you could imagine, making it one of the hottest fashion items worn by casual men and women alike. Typical of The Big Look was a circular cape, tossed over a bulky sweater and shirt hanging around the knee.
Coats were full and tentlike. Standouts were the steamer coat, raglan-sleeved, as well as cardigans or kimonos of dressing gown proportions with yokes, smockings and drop-shoulders. Berets, muffling scarves and high-heeled, baggily crushed boots were essential in Leather belts, slender neck chains, delicate rhinestone ropes, lace-edged chiffon kerchiefs, silk flowers all proved to be worthy ornaments.
The wavering line between sportswear and tailored suits blurred further with the introduction of the leisure suit. While they were intended for the country, they appeared everywhere — just short of the office. Men still loved their flannel. New shapes leaned toward the body and their fullness was tamed.
Designers such as Geoffrey Beene also softened bulk by wrapping the waist and balancing smock-like shirts with slim skirts and straight-leg pants. Skirts sported dressmaker details such as yokes, tucks, pleats, smocking, dirndl gathers, wraps, cargo pockets or ropes.
Layering added a rich look in Double blouses, multiple sweaters, pants under tunic dresses, jumpers over dresses, hoods under hats and shawls over everything. The triangular scarf was the ultimate layer. Denim, the familiar blue-jeans material, moved into fashion respectability as young and old alike flocked to wear it in a variety of ways. Old clothes, meticulously made of castoff finery, once the special domain of eccentrics, became the rage. Young people flocked to antique shops swooping up hand-me-down evening bags.
Art Deco jewelry, smudgy-pink georgette dresses and the wispy undergarments of the s. The jumpsuit was a huge success in It came in hard-working fabrics like twill, drill, duck, baby-wale corduroy and seersucker. Menswear came closer to translating the high European tailoring tradition into comfortable clothes. The new look, called the quasi-European suit, had slightly padded shoulders, higher arm holes, a more prominent waist suppression, open patch pockets and a light flare to both jacket and pants.
Mostly an instrumental twenty-minute-plus piece similar to " Echoes ", the opening four-note guitar phrase reminded Waters of the lingering ghost of former band-member Syd Barrett. Gilmour disagreed, but was outvoted three to one. Waters did not recognise him. In Mason's Pink Floyd memoir Inside Outhe recalled Barrett's conversation as "desultory and not entirely sensible".
He sat round and talked for a bit but he wasn't really there. Waters was reportedly reduced to tears by the sight of his former bandmate. When fellow visitor Andrew King asked how Barrett had gained so much weight, Barrett said he had a large refrigerator in his kitchen and had been eating lots of pork chops. He mentioned that he was ready to help with the recording, but while listening to the mix of "Shine On", showed no signs of understanding its relevance to him.
Barrett joined Gilmour's wedding reception in the EMI canteen, but left without saying goodbye. Apart from Waters seeing Barrett buying sweets in Harrods a couple of years later, it was the last time any member of the band saw him alive. Barrett's appearance may have influenced the final version of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond"; a subtle refrain performed by Wright from " See Emily Play " is audible towards the end.
I found that terribly sad. Wine glasses had been filled with varying amounts of fluid, and recordings were made of a wet finger circling the edge of each glass. These recordings were multi-tracked into chords. Menuhin watched as Grappelli played on the song "Wish You Were Here"; however, the band later decided his contribution was unsuitable and, untilit was believed that the piece had been wiped.
Recording sessions had twice been interrupted by US tours one in April and the other in June and the final sessions, which occurred after the band's performance at Knebworthproved particularly troublesome for Waters. His problems stemmed in part from the stresses placed upon his voice while recording the lead vocals of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond".
Gilmour was asked to sing in his place,  but declined, and eventually colleague and friend Roy Harper was asked to stand in. Harper was recording his own album in another of Abbey Road's studios, and Gilmour had already performed some guitar licks for him. Waters later regretted the decision, believing he should have performed the song.
Roy Harper, performing at the same event, on discovering that his stage costume was missing, proceeded to destroy one of Pink Floyd's vans, injuring himself in the process. This delayed the normal setup procedure of the band's sound system. As a pair of World War II Supermarine Spitfire had been booked to fly over the crowd during their entrance, the band were not able to delay their set.
The result was that a power supply problem pushed Wright's keyboards completely out of tune, damaging the band's performance. At one point he left the stage, but the band were able to continue with a less sensitive keyboard, a piano and a simpler light show. Following a brief intermission, they returned to perform The Dark Side of the Moonbut critics displeased about being denied access backstage savaged the performance.
Storm Thorgerson had accompanied the band on their tour and had given serious thought to the meaning of the lyrics, eventually deciding that the songs were, in general, concerned with "unfulfilled presence", rather than Barrett's illness.
Thorgerson had noted that Roxy Music 's Country Life was sold in an opaque green cellophane sleeve — censoring the cover image — and he copied the idea, concealing the artwork for Wish You Were Here in a black-coloured shrink-wrap therefore making the album art "absent". The concept behind "Welcome to the Machine" and "Have a Cigar" suggested the use of a handshake an often empty gestureand George Hardie designed a sticker containing the album's logo of two mechanical hands engaged in a handshake, to be placed on the opaque sleeve the mechanical handshake logo would also appear on the labels of the vinyl album this time in a black and blue background.
The album's cover images were photographed by Aubrey "Po" Powell, Storm's partner at the design studio Hipgnosisand inspired by the idea that people tend to conceal their true feelings, for fear of "getting burned", and thus two businessmen were pictured shaking hands, one man on fire. Two stuntmen were used Ronnie Rondell and Danny Rogersone dressed in a fireproof suit covered by a business suit.
His head was protected by a hood, underneath a wig. The photograph was taken at Warner Bros. Studios in Californiaknown at the time as The Burbank Studios. The two stuntmen changed positions, and the image was later reversed. The album's back cover depicts a faceless "Floyd salesman", in Thorgerson's words, "selling his soul" in the desert shot in the Yuma Desert in California again by Aubrey "Po" Powell. The absence of wrists and ankles signifies his presence as an "empty suit".
The inner sleeve shows a veil concealing a nude woman in a windswept Norfolk grove, and a splash-less diver at Mono Lake — titled Monosee the German translation of Mono Lake on the liner notes — in California again emphasising the theme of absence.
EMI were less concerned;   the band were reportedly extremely happy with the end product, and when presented with a pre-production mockup, they accepted it with a spontaneous round of applause. Tennessee Waltz 4. Cry 5. Sh-Boom 7. Come on a My House 8. You Belong to Me 9. Tell Me Why Oh My Papa My Truly Truly Fair That's Amore Secret Love I Love You I Apologize I'm Yours Lover Young at Heart Dear Hearts and Gentle People Good Night Irene Rag Mop Tracks of Disc 2 1.
Guy Is a Guy 2. It Isn't Fair 3. I Get So Lonely LP). Music Music Music 5. My Heart Cries For You 6. Cry of the Wild Goose 7. Hey There 8. I Need You Now 9.
I Went to Your Wedding Teach Me Tonight Mona Lisa Play a Simple Melody Kiss of Fire Glow Worm Make Love to Me Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart Cold, Cold Heart Hoop-Dee-Doo Wheel of Fortune I Can Dream, Can't I? Sentimental Me World Is Waiting For the Sunrise Slow Poke Tracks of Disc 3 1.
Pretend 2. Little Things Mean a Lot 3. Mister Sandman 4. Any Time 5. Ricochet 6. Because of You 7. On Top of Old Smokey 8. Jezebel 9. Sin It's No Sin Shrimp Boats Vaya con Dios Doggie in the Window Here in My Heart Be My Love Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy Half as Much I Wanna Be Loved Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Wanted Tell Me You're Mine Little White Cloud That Cried I'm Walking Behind You You, You, You.
Collection CD. Crazy Rhythm 2. In A Little Spanish Town 3. Funny Little Pedro 5. For You 6. Swingin' On Nothin' 7. Embraceable You 8. There Are Such Things 9. Snooty Little Cutie How Sweet You Are It Could Happen To You Walkin' My Baby Back Home Ridin' On The Gravy Train Smilin' Through Ivy Tim Tayshun Temptation Feudin', Fussin' And A Fightin' The Stanley Steamer The Serenade Of The Bells The Nightingale Haunted Heart Tracks of Disc 2 1.
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 2. If I Loved You 3. Clabberin' Up For Rain 4. The Prisoner Of Love Song 5. Say Something Sweet To your Sweetheart 6. The Bluebird Of Happiness 7. A' You're Adorable 8. Why Can't You Behave 9. Smiles Whispering Hope The Last Mile Home Ragtime Cowboy Joe Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo It's Great To Be Alive On The Outgoing Tide Sometime The Old Rugged Cross Autumn Leaves La Vie En Rose Goodnight Irene Juanita Use Your Imagination A Friend Of Johnny's The Tennessee Waltz Tracks of Disc 3 1.
It Is No Secret 2. Teardrops From My Eyes 3. San Antonio Rose 4. With These Hands 5. Allentown Jail 6. Star Of Hope 7. The Hawaiian War Chant 8. Shrimp Boats 9. Hey, Good Lookin' Love,Mystery And Adventure The Moment I Saw You Heaven Drops Her Curtain Down A-Round The Corner Raminay Jambalaya Without My Lover Bolero Gaucho A Bushel And A Peck Floatin' Down To Cotton Town Beautiful Isle Of Somewhere Green Grow The Rushes, O Taking A Chance On Love Indiscretion One Love Forever I Got A Sweetie 2.
Young And Foolish 3. The Christmas Song 4. Suddenly There's A Valley 5. Moonlight In Vermont 6. Sleigh Ride 7. Almost Like Being In Love 8. The Gypsy In My Soul 9. Bells Are Ringing On London Bridge Autumn In New York Silence Is Golden Sweet Little Darlin' I'll Be Seeing You Lazy Moon Pinetops Boogie Paris In The Spring The Midnight Sun For You Old Joe Clark Cripple Creek For Me And My Gal Adios My Love.
Play A Simple Melody 2. Hit The Road To Dreamland 3. The Man I Love 4. Sentimental Journey 6. Fools Rush In 7. Straighten Up And Fly Right 8. I Remember You How Deep Is The Ocean? Over The Rainbow Stardust Down By The Riverside Goody Goody Cheek To Cheek Tracks of Disc 2 1.
Anything Goes 2. Blueberry Hill 5. For Me And My Gal 6. My Blue Heaven Well, Did You Evah? Cruising Down The River 2. I Know Why 3. Five Minutes More 5. Painting The Clouds With Sunshine 6. Heartaches 7. Marie 8. If I Loved You Satin Doll Shoo Shoo Baby Skyliner American Patrol Swinging On A Star Rum And Coca Cola The Very Thought Of You Till LP) End Of Time Stormy Weather As Time Goes By.
Serenade Of The Bells 2. On The Alamo 3. No Other Love 4. Red River Valley 5. Ivy 6. A Sunday Kind Of Love 8. The Gentleman Is A Dope 9. Tumbling Tumbleweeds Day By Day Haunted Heart
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