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Playlist for Bandstand 23 January 2016

19H00 – 20H00

  • BING CROSBY – SWINGING ON A STAR
  • STEVE TYRELL – ALL THE WAY
  • FRANK SINATRA – HIGH HOPES
  • JACK JONES – CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE
  • PETULA CLARK – DARN THAT DREAM
  • NANCY WILSON – HERE’S THAT RAINY DAY
  • DIANA KRALL – IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
  • ROSEMARY CLOONEY – AREN’T YOU GLAD YOU’RE YOU?
  • ACKER BILK – STRANGER ON THE SHORE
  • ACKER BILK – BUONA SERA
  • ANDY WILLIAMS – STRANGER ON THE SHORE
  • ACKER BILK – ONLY YOU

20H00 – 21H00

  • MATT MONRO – HERE AND NOW
  • MATT MONRO – HOW DO YOU DO?
  • SHIRLEY BASSEY – WITH THESE HANDS
  • BOBBY DARIN – ALWAYS
  • DINAH WASHINGTON – I’LL CLOSE MY EYES
  • CHARLIE PARKER WITH STRINGS – AUTUMN IN NEW YORK
  • DEAN MARTIN – IMAGINATION
  • DIANA ROSS – BUT BEAUTIFUL
  • NAT KING COLE – SUNDAY, MONDAY OR ALWAYS
  • GEORGE SHEARING – LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE
  • CHRIS CONNOR – SUDDENLY IT’S SPRING
  • FRANK SINATRA – OH, YOU CRAZY MOON
  • MICHAEL BUBLE – COME FLY WITH ME

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