This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright, you'll hear Johnny Mercer singing"Candy," Tommy Dorsey doing "I Hadn't Anyone Till You," Oscar Peterson's "Oh, Lady Be Good" and The Glenn Miller Orchestra performing "Pennsylvania 6-5000."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright: Tony Bennett sings both "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "Anything Goes" and, in the second half of the program, you'll hear the incomparable "At Last" by Etta James.
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright you can hear Charlie Barnet performing "Skyliner," Rosemary Clooney singing "From This Moment On" and Glenn Miller's "Little Brown Jug." You'll also enjoy Ella Fitzgerald singing "This Time the Dream's On Me" and Maxine Sullivan performing "Just in Time."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright you'll hear Buddy Morrow's "Night Train," Patrick Williams & His Big Band performing "In the Still of the Night," as well as Steve Tyrell's "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" and Eileen Farrell "Looking For a Boy."
Beautiful voices are the focus of this week's Swing with Bill Cartwright. You'll hear Mel Torme's "Long Ago and Far Away," Four Freshmen's "Charmaine" and Dinah Shore's "Willow Weep For Me;" as well as Nat Cole performing "Anytime, Any Day, Any Where" and the King Sisters' version of the classic "Take the A Train."
This week's Swing with Bill Cartwright has a little bit of everything -- from Louis Armstrong's version of "It Don't Mean a Thing" and Ralph Flanagan's "Slow Poke" to Merry Macs' "Mairzy Doats," Glen Gray's "Swanee River Boogie" and Nat King Cole's "Frim-Fram Sauce."
This week Swing with Bill Cartwright brings the classics as Johnny Mercer sings "Accentuate the Positive," Benny Goodman performs "Stompin' at the Savoy," and Frank Sinatra croons "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues."