Songbook Standards: As Time Goes By (My Music)

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December 5, 2015 on WOUB

– Jack Jones Hosts a Salute of All-Time Classics by the Singing Legends –

Hosted by crooner Jack Jones, SONGBOOK STANDARDS: AS TIME GOES BY (MY MUSIC) is a nostalgic hit parade of the best-loved songs from the iconic popular composers of the 1930s-1960s. These immortal melodies have become evergreens, embraced by the greatest performers of the past century and still performed by singers today. This all-star special offers rare footage not seen in decades, featuring Judy Garland, Johnny Mathis, Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Frank Sinatra and other legends singing favorites that span the generations.

SONGBOOK STANDARDS: AS TIME GOES BY (MY MUSIC) features these performances:

•    “Call Me Irresponsible”/ “People Will Say We’re in Love” – Jack Jones
•    “Smile” – Judy Garland
•    “True Love” – Bing Crosby and Patti Page
•    “Watch What Happens” – Lena Horne
•    “On a Clear Day”/”You Make Me Feel So Young” – Johnny Mathis
•    “Just One of Those Things” – Ella Fitzgerald
•    “Who Can I Turn To” – Perry Como
•    “Stardust” – Nat King Cole
•    “Cry Me a River” – Julie London
•    “Fly Me to The Moon” – Frank Sinatra
•    “The Best Is Yet to Come” – Peggy Lee
•    “They Can’t Take That Away From Me”  – Vic Damone
•    “As Time Goes By” – Steve Lawrence
•    “That Old Black Magic” – Louis Prima & Keely Smith
•    “The Man I Love” – Eydie Gorme
•    “Won’t You Come Home Bill Bailey” – Bobby Darin
•    “I Get a Kick Out of You” – Dinah Shore
•    “Moon River” – Andy Williams
•    “Mack the Knife” – Louis Armstrong
•    “Tenderly” – Rosemary Clooney
•    “The Lady Is a Tramp” – Sammy Davis, Jr.
•    “I’ll Be Seeing You” – Jo Stafford

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