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That's All (dobro version)

Bob Haymes & Alan Brandt ©1952

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Stardust (dobro version)

Hoagy Carmichael ©1927

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Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Duke Ellington, Bob Russel ©1940

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Stormy Weather

Harold Arlen - Ted Koehler ©1933

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The Look of Love

Burt Bacharach and Hal David ©1967

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Just Squeeze Me

Duke Ellington, lyrics Lee Gains ©1941

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Girl from Ipanema (Dobro Version)

Antônio Carlos Jobim, with lyrics by Vinicius de Morae. English lyrics Norman Gimbel ©1962

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Dindi (dobro version)

Antônio Carlos Jobim, with lyrics by Aloysio de Oliveira. English lyrics Ray Gilbert ©1965

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Is You Is or Is You Ain't my Baby?

Louis Jordan, Billy Austin ©1944

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Birth of the Blues

Ray Henderson, lyrics Buddy G. DeSylva & Lew Brown ©1926

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(I Love You for) Sentimental Reasons

Ivory "Deek" Watson & William "Pat" Best ©1945

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C'est si Bon

Henri Betti - André Hornez ©1947
English lyrics Jerry Seelen ©1950

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Fishin' Blues

The "Sun Moon and Stars" Dobro honors my lovely bride's request for "Fishin' Blues"

Henry Thomas? Traditional?

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Comes Love (Dobro version)

I've had a great "embarrasment of riches" problem in that a few of my friends were very good slide players. This provided a convenient excuse to avoid umm, learning, and practice, and things like that.

But the "Sun Moon and Stars" Dobro has taken my heart, and I am having fun being an absolute beginner:

Sam H. Stept, lyrics by Lew Brown and Charles Tobias ©1939.

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Danny Boy

I reserve license to reprise this for St. Patricks Day on the green electric mandolin. But it has a warmth on the tenor:

Traditional

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Fly Me to the Moon (Tenor)

Bart Howard ©1954

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Misty (Tenor Version)

The Tenorcaster! And "Our Song."

Errol Garner ©1954

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He Fell for the Magic of 3/4 Time

This is my first original tune in more than 25 years. Thanks to some great old friends -- and new -- who got together to help me do it.

John Kranz ©2017

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I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas

Pachyderms and yuletide greetings from all your friends at Live at the Coffeehouse!

John Rox ©1953

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Blues in the Night

Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer ©1941

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In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening

Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer ©1951

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I'll Take Romance

Ben Oakland & Oscar Hammerstein II ©1938

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Walkin' in Memphis

Marc Cohn ©1991

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Willow Weep for Me

Ann Ronnel ©1932

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Wave

One more Father's Day tribute -- as I was blessed with two. My Father-in-law was a big fan of Jobim.

Antonio Carlos Jobim ©1967

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Who Can I Turn To?

Two life lessons from today's selection:
1. Never underestimate the healing power of a sad but pretty song.
2. Don't get too worked up over grammar.

Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley ©1964

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O Canada!

From Wikipedia: The song was originally commissioned by Lieutenant Governor of Quebec Théodore Robitaille for the 1880 Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day ceremony; Calixa Lavallée composed the music, after which, words were written by the poet and judge Sir Adolphe-Basile Routhier. The lyrics were originally in French; an English version was created in 1906. Robert Stanley Weir wrote in 1908 another English version, which is the official and most popular version, one that is not a literal translation of the French. Weir's lyrics have been revised twice, taking their present form in 1980, but the French lyrics remain unaltered. "O Canada" had served as a de facto national anthem since 1939, officially becoming Canada's national anthem in 1980 when the Act of Parliament making it so received royal assent and became effective on July 1 as part of that year's Dominion Day (now known as Canada Day) celebrations.

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Beauty and the Beast

Howard Ashman - Alan Menken ©1991

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Ths Time the Dream's on Me

Harold Arlen - Johnny Mercer ©1941

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You Never Can Tell

Requiescat in pace, Mister Berry.

Chuck Berry ©1964

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I'm an Old Cowhand from the Rio Grande

Johnny Mercer ©1932

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The Song is You

Jerome Kern - Oscar Hammerstein II ©1932

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All in the Game

"The only No. 1 pop single to have been co-written by a U.S. Vice President or winner of the Nobel Peace Prize."

Music Charles Gates Dawes ©1911; lyrics Carl Sigman ©1951

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Blame it on my Youth

Oscar Levant and Edward Heyman ©1934

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What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?

Wishing y'all a prosperous and generally awesome 2017!

Frank Loesser ©1947

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Like Someone in Love

Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen ©1944

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Dahil Sa Iyo

In honor of the greatest Mother-in-law and Father-in-law of all time.

Mike Velarde, Jr. ©1938

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Like Someone in Love

Only one camera and severe performance flaws -- y'all should get a discount on this one. But I did want to show the new Epiphone Gold Top.

Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen ©1944

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Smile

Charlie Chaplin ©1936. Lyrics John Turner & Geoffrey Parsons ©1954

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Time After Time

Sammy Cahn - Jule Styne ©1947

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What'll I Do?


Irving Berlin, ©1923

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Where or When

Rodgers & Hart, ©1937

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Three Coins in the Fountain

Keep them Sammy Cahn tunes coming! ©1954

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What Now My Love?

Gilbert Bécaud and lyricist Pierre Delanoë. (English lyrics Carl Sigman) ©1961

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Too Marvelous for Words

Johnny Mercer Richard Whiting ©1937

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September in the Rain

Harry Warren and Al Dubin ©1937

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Christmas Is

Christmas Is

Percy Faith ©1966

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Where the Columbines Grow

The Colorado State Song on its Centenary.

For an interesting look at the composer and the tune, Rob Natelson has an interesting paper.

A.J. Fynn ©1911

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Here, There and Everywhere

Lennon-McCartney

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I Will

Lennon-McCartney

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Till There Was You

Meredith Wilson ©1957

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La Vie en Rose Blues

In case last years's shuffle version was not odd enough, I added some blues licks.

Edith Piaf ©1945

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Thinking Out Loud

My friend Tyler sang this at his mother's wedding and killed it. I had the misfortune to follow him.

In spite of that brutal upstaging, I was quite taken with the tune.

Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge ©2014

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Unforgettable/What a Wonderful World

Unforgettable -- Irving Gordon ©1951
What a Wonderful World -- Bob Thiele and George David Weiss. © 1967

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Always

I confess I did not know about Nick Lucas until I found myself the proud owner of a "Nick Lucas Model" guitar. Researching the great cowboy singer, I was struck that his repertoire closely match my Father's favorite songs -- even including one I thought Dad had written. I heard Dad sing this 100 times; here 'tis in Nick Lucas style (though I cannot pull off the operatic tenor voice). Irving Berlin ©1925

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Red River Valley

Riza lends me her banjolele for this traditional tune.

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I Wish You Love

Charles Trenet.

You Dont Know Me

Eddy Arnold & Cindy Walker ©1955

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Ain't Misbehavin'

Fats Waller, Harry Brooks, and Andy Razaf ©1929

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Misty

Errol Garner ©1952

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Do you Know what it Means?

Eddie DeLange and Louis Alter ©1947

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Scotch and Soda

Dave Guard of the Kingston Trio gets the writing credit, but its provenance is a bit more complicated.

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Imagination

Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen ©1940

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I'm Old Fashioned

Jerome Kern & Johnny Mercer ©1942;

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If I Were A Bell (Tenor)

Frank Loesser ©1950;

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Auld Lang Syne

Trad. Lyrics by Robert Burns.

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Pretty Paper

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Midnight Sun

Lionel Hampton and Johnny Mercer ©1947

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Angel

A special request from coffeehouse friend Sugarchuck. Jazz-schmazz, let's hear some Hendrix!

Jimi Hendrix ©1970

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Lullaby Of Broadway

Harry Warren ©1935

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Lullaby of Birdland

George Shearing and George David Weiss ©1952

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What a Wonderful World

I played this for the wedding of my lovely niece, Kyler to newly-minted nephew, Jaimie. But it was drier to reprise it in the Coffeehouse Studios... #kyandjamietietheknot

Bob Thiele and George David Weiss ©1967

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A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

You know what they say . . . "Once you go four -- you'll never want more!" The tenor is back for my favorite tune:

Eric Maschwitz and Manning Sherwin ©1939

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Azure Te

Don Wolf, Bill Davis ©1952

Happy Bastille Day!

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My Baby Just Cares for Me

Walter Donaldson with lyrics by Gus Kahn ©1930

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Bein' Green

Joe Raposo ©1970

I struggled to find the right guitar for this tune. I wanted a more acoustic tone for the open/midrange chords without losing the low end. I hope I made the right choice.

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That's How Strong my Love is

Roosevelt Jamison ©1964

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That's Amore

Harry Warren (born Salvatore Antonio Guaragna) and lyrics Jack Brooks ©1952

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'Deed I Do

Fred Rose & Walter Hirsch ©1926

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If I Were a Bell

Take the new, green guitar out for a spin...

Frank Loesser ©1950

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Kind Hearted Woman

We've had requests before, but this was the first request with a delicate guitar paring. Our sommelier wanted to hear "Kind Hearted Woman" on "the surf green guitar/"

Voila! Ooh-eh the surf-verte guitare...

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Blue Christmas

Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson © 1948

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'Till I Gain Control Again

Rodney Crowell © 1975

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Stars Fell on Alabama

Time to take the new guitar out for a spin. In honor of her difficult humidity journey to Colorado: Stars Fell on Alabama by Frank Perkins and Mitchell Parish © 1934

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Maybe You'll be There

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Straighten Up and Fly Right

Nat King Cole & Irving Mills © 1943

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I've Got Rhythm

George & Ira Gershwin

(Flintstones Theme by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera)

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St. Louis Blues

W.C. Handy ©1914

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Makin' Whoopie

A few friends join me for a Fats Waller tune:

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My Funny Valentine

My mother was born on Valentine's Day. And she always did a great job pretending to like my music. So this one's for her:

My Funny Valentine from liveatthecoffeehouse on Vimeo.


Rodgers & Hart meet the new mandolin.

[Originally posted Feb 8, 2011]

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Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!

Hat. Uke. Sammy Cahn tune...

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Comes Love

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That's All

Alan Brandt and Bob Haymes ©1952

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At Last

At Last! The coffeehouse finally features a Mack Gordon and Harry Warren tune! (© 1941)

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Stardust

We'll be back to the Sugarchuck sessions next week. But I had a bunch of new gear to try out. Who better than Hoagy Carmichael?

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Rainbow Connection

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Tangerine

Last time I did a Johnny Mercer song, I got several compliments -- plus one for the hat. Here's another great Johnny Mercer song. In the hat.

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This Time the Dream's on Me

Johnny Mercer and Harol Arlen -- can't go wrong.

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Girl from Ipanema

The standard of standards: Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Girl from Ipanema."

UPDATE: Bumped for The 50th Anniversary (Original date Jun 24, 2010)

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Have You Met Miss Jones?

Rogers & Hart, ©1935

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That Mesmerizing Mendellsohn Tune

As played on the Titanic, 100 years ago! Irving Berlin c1909

Honey, listen to that dreamy tune they're playin'
Won't you tell me how on earth you keep from swayin'?
Umm! Umm! Oh, that Mendelssohn Spring Song tune
If you ever loved me show me now or never
Lord, I wish they'd play that music on forever
Umm! Umm! Oh, that Mendelssohn tune
My honey.

Love me to that ever lovin' Spring Song melody
Please me, honey, squeeze me to that Mendelssohn strain
Kiss me like you would your mother
One good kiss deserves another
That's the only music that was ever meant for me
That tantalizin', hypnotizin', mesmerizin' Mendelssohn tune.

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Do Nuthin' 'Till you Hear from Me

His Dukeness again.

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Don't Fence Me In

Cole Porter, ©1934. I get accused of too many slow, rubato ballads but this really is a pretty melody -- it deserves a little air.

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Prelude to a Kiss

Duke!

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Jingle Bell Rock

Jingle Bell Rock was written by Joseph Carleton Beal and James Ross Boothe, but the song owes its popularity to Hank Garland's guitar work. Just sayin'

Now I know how Santa feels, because I recorded this on Christmas Eve and rushed to get it out to the good little boys and girls (but you can listen to...)

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Let it Snow (2011)


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Christmas in New Orleans


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Misty (Instrumental)

Errol Garner, ©1951. But, more importantly, "Our Song."

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Birth of the Blues

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Heaven Please

By the great Percy Mayfield. I learned this "on the street" and may not have all the right lyrics. But it's a great tune for a blue guitar.

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How High the Moon

Nancy Hamilton (lyrics) and Morgan Lewis (music) wrote this great tune, but I will always associate it with the immortal Les Paul. And I just bought a this new Les Paul guitar...

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Stars Fell on Alabama

jk solo on this great Frank Perkins -Mitchell Parish tune.


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Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!

jk keeps them Sammy Cahn tunes coming -- in a Santa Hat!


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Freight Train

The 60's folk revival brought this song back, but most did not credit Elizabeth Cotten who wrote it.


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Kindhearted Woman Blues

By the one and only Robert Johnson.


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That Old Black Magic

How can you not close out the Halloween medly with Johnny Mercer's "That Old Black Magic?"


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Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

The Halloween medley continues (I think we can milk this for this week and next...)

Rodgers and Hart's Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered:


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Witchcraft

Happy Halloween from Live at the Coffehouse dot Com!

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I'm in the Mood for Love

Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields's "I'm in the Mood for Love" from 1935.


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Everything Happens to Me

Love this Tom Adair & Matt Dennis tune. A bit of Googling shows a Johnny Mercer/Hoagy Carmichael song by the same name. I've got to go hunting for that -- I've never heard it.


Sabor a Mi

Love this tune! Original words and music by Alvaro Carrillo. English lyrics by Mel Mitchell.

Thanks to my lovely Mother-in-law for the charts!

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Polka Dots and Moonbeams

Watching the Tour de France, and the "King of the Mountains" is awarded a Polka Dot jersey by two attractive young French women in Polka Dot dresses.

Made me think of this great Jimmy Van Huesen-Johnny Burke song:

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The Deal

Can't have a coffeehouse with no Dead tunes, it's in the rules. This is one of my favorites.


Misty

Erroll Garner's classic -- our song.


It Takes a Lot to Laugh

It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry.

I always liked this Bob Dylan tune. And we needed a little more blues around here...


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Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

What a great song. I heard a terrible elevator-music version in a Chinese restaurant and the tune stuck in my head. (You should have heard their version of "Whiter Shade of Pale.")

The coffeehouse muse ran down the tune for me. It was written by John D. Loudermilk.


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Sunny Side of the Street

Longtime fave. Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields ©1930


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This Nearly Was Mine

Rodgers and Hammerstein (South Pacific, 1949). Too sad to sing, so here's an instrumental:

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Jeepers Creepers

A beloved relative was over and picked up my Johnny Mercer book, It is truly amazing how many incredible songs he enlyriced.


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Over the Rainbow

Harold Arlen's bewitching melody. (And those are E Y Harbirg's lyrics running in your mind.)

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All the Things You Are

Mister Jerome Kern

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A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

Gotta get Brooke into the coffeehouse to sing it, but in the meantime...


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All the Way

Keep them Sammy Cahn tunes coming! Sammy Cahn and Jimmie Van Huesen's "All the Way."

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If I Ruled the World

Here's one for you Angel fans. "If I Ruled the World" by Leslie Bricusse and Cyril Ornadel,

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La Vie En Rose

Edith Piaf's classic, La Vie En Rose. I started using the "Kindhearted Woman" intro and thought if I was going to play it as a blues, I better get out the telecaster.

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Misty

I'm my own guest this week. I found some old video laying around that my friend Byurhan had shot with his new camera. He bought it when he was visiting from Ireland 2003-4, sometime around then. Here's Errol Garner's Misty:

It is "our song" and it is fun to see the old house and my lovely bride's clapping with two hands. Can't say I remember the shirt -- but it goes with the Cinema Verite, n'est ce pas?

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It Could Happen to You

In a just world, Greg Keelor and Jim Cuddy (you bet I had to look that up) wold be household names for this wonderful tune.

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Alfie

I used to sing this song to my friends' cat. Now I understand Alfie has gone to kitty heaven after 17 years.

Neither my feline friend nor I ever made it past the first eight bars, so I had to learn this tune for the coffeehouse's first special dedication.

It's an unusual and pretty song from Burt Bacharach and Hal David in 1966.

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Pennies from Heaven

What a great old Johnny Burke tune. My favorite version is from New Orleans trumpet master Leroy Jones but I snuck in a little homage to Louis Prima ("Sunshine and Ravioli").

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How High the Moon

How Red the Guitar! How Strong the coffee!

How long we gotta talk like this?

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Since I Fell for You

The crimsonburst telecaster gets another workout on Buddy Johnson's "Since I Fell for You."

[Note to wardrobe: don't schedule the red shirt with the red guitar again. Maybe a maple colored shirt with a black pickguard or something...]

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Moonlight in Vermont

My Dad played piano and once told me that all the great players viewed this as their favorite tune: great changes, pretty melody. John Blackburn and Karl Suessdorf are not exactly household names, but in a just world they would be for writing "Moonlight in Vermont."

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Days of Wine and Roses

Music by Henry Mancini and lyrics by Johnny Mercer -- how you gonna beat that?

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I've Got You Under My Skin

Something about a Telecaster® and a Cole Porter tune: "I've Got You Under My Skin."

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Frim Fram Sauce

All my favorite players are on vacation, but I've dug up a golden oldie from last year. I played at my cousins' wedding reception:

Mazel Tov Mosh and Annabelle!

And special thanks to rustyvision.com for this video and buckets of good advice and technical direction. All the cool things you see around here are his, all the mistakes are mine.

Don't Get Around Much Anymore

I'm the guest this week with a solo rendition of Duke Ellington's "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" ©1942.


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Till There Was You

jk solo here on "'Till There Was You," from Meridith Wilson's The Music Man.

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If I Only Had a Brain

We are still assembling "headliner" videos of me and Brooke, but here is a solo version of Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg's "If I Only Had a Brain"



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