Richard Rodger’s Birthday (6/30/12)

In honor of composer Richard Rodgers, born June 28, 1902, John & Jessica play some of the best songs ever written.

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James Taylor - Oh, What a Beautiful Morning (Covers)
Chet Baker - My Funny Valentine (My Funny Valentine)
Helen Merrill - People Will Say We're in Love (Dream of You)
Frank Sinatra - Soliloquy (The Reprise Collection)
John Pizzarelli - You've Got to Be Carefully Taught (With a Song in My Heart)
Richard Rodgers - It's Easy to Remember (Command Performance)
Richard Rodgers - Where's That Rainbow? (Command Performance)
Barbra Streisand - Where's That Rainbow? (My Name Is Barbra, Two)
Julie Andrews - Prelude and The Sound of Music (The Sound of Music OMPS)
Loston Harris - Shall We Dance? (Comes Love)
Mel Tormé with Marty Paich Dek-Tette - I Like to Recognize the Tune (Lulu's Back In Town)
Art Farmer - The Sweetest Sounds (Listen to Art Farmer and the Orchestra)
Barbara Cook - This Nearly Was Mine (Oscar Winners - A Tribute to Oscar Hammerstein II)
Barbara Cook - Dancing on the Ceiling (Barbara Cook Sings "From the Heart")
Bob Dorough - Johnny One Note (Devil May Care)
Victoria Clark - Dividing Day (The Light in the Piazza OBC)
Carol Burnett, Carol/Once Upon a Matress OBC - Shy (Once Upon a Matress OBC)
Carousel Orch./Joseph Littau - Carousel Waltz Suite (Selections from Carousel)
Nancy LaMott - Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Beautiful Baby)
Sussanah McCorkle - This Funny World (The Beginning, 1975)
Tony Bennett & Bill Evans - You're Nearer (The Complete Improv Recordings)
Jessica Molaskey - Stepsisters' Lament (Make Believe)
Blossom Dearie - Everything I've Got (Blossom Dearie)