Double Play-Play-Plays (6/2/13)

On Radio Deluxe, one record often leads to another one that’s similar. It may feature the same song or the same artist or even the same theme. Usually these doublets aren’t planned, but today John & Jessica purposely play some of their favorite “double play-play-plays.”

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Count Basie - Sweet Georgia Brown (Prime Time)
Anita O'Day - Sweet Georgia Brown (Live & Rare)
Joe Mooney - From Monday On (On the Rocks)
Freddy Cole - Getting Some Fun Out of Life (Because of You)
Madeleine Peyroux - Getting Some Fun Out of Life (Dreamland)
Curtis Stigers - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Real Emotional)
Paul McCartney - We Three (Kisses on the Bottom)
Tommy Dorsey & His Orch./Frank Sinatra - We Three (The Essential Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey & His Orch.)
The Tierney Sutton Band - Just You, Just Me (Blue in Green)
Jeff Hamilton Trio - Ain't That a Peach (Red Sparkle)
Peggy Lee - I Don't Know Enough About You (Cool Jazz)

The Allan Vaché Sextette - June Night (Swing and Other Things)
Duke Ellington - Love Scene (The Private Collection: Vol. 8, Studio Sessions, 1957)
Tony Bennett - Love Scene (Jazz)
Tom Scott & Paulette McWilliams - You Go to My Head (Tom Scott Presents Paulette Williams: Telling Stories)
George Barnes Quartet - Fascinatin' Rhythm (Don't Get Around Much Anymore)
Stan Kenton & His Orch. - Fascinatin' Rhythm (Sketches on Standards)
Emilie-Claire Barlow - Haven't We Met? (Haven't We Met?)
Johnny Mercer & Nat King Cole - Save the Bones for Henry Jones (Capitol Collectors Series)
Harry Connick, Jr. - It Had to Be You (When Harry Met Sally)
Les Paul - Blue Skies (20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best of Les Paul)
Les Paul & Bing Crosby - It's Been a Long, Long Time (Songs and Speeches That Inspired a Nation to Victory)
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Time - Riviera Paradise (The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble)
Count Basie & Oscar Peterson - Yes Sir, That's My Baby (Yes Sir, That's My Baby)