AAT #28 (6.3.10) – Art Logan Memorial AAT

This post is long overdue, and incomplete. The former cannot be remedied; the latter will be taken care of when I find the playlist we wrote out at the time of the original webcast. In the meantime, here’s a partial list of the songs we played on the Art Logan Memorial Argyll Adventure Tree. You can listen to the podcast here.

Cattle Call – FRANK IFIELD
Baby Clementine – WOODY HERMAN & THE NEW THIRD HERD
Coney Island Washboard – PEE WEE HUNT
Swamp Fire – KAY STARR
You Went the Wrong Way Old King Louie – ALLAN SHERMAN
House Party – LOUIS JORDAN & HIS TIMAPNI FIVE
You Can’t Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd – ROGER MILLER
Many Happy Returns – KORLA PANDIT
Spanish Flea – HERB ALPERT & THE TIJUANA BRASS
Mexicali Rose – MANTOVANI & HIS ORCHESTRA
Milwaukee Polka – PATTI PAGE?
Merry-Go-Round – HOPKINS JR. HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Too Old to Cut the Mustard – ROSEMARY CLOONEY & MARLENE DIETRICH
Bell-Bottom Boogie – MERRILL MOORE
People – NAT “KING” COLE
I’m Always Chasing Rainbows – PERRY COMO
How Much is that Pickle in the Window? – MICKEY KATZ
Smiles – LAWRENCE WELK BAND
Leapfrog – LES BROWN
The Cuckoo Waltz – KEN GRIFFIN
C’est Si Bon – STAN FREBERG
The Texas Song – KAY STARR
Milord – BOBBY DARIN
I Left My Heart in San Francisco – TONY BENNETT
I Got a Right to Cry – JOE LIGGINS & HIS “HONEYDRIPPERS”
LIttle Rock Getaway – LES PAUL
Yokohama Mama – HARRY CAREY & HIS SIX SAKE SIPPERS
Clair de Lune – JOSE ITURBI
Caravan – ?
Holiday for Strings – ?
Glo-Worm – ?
?
Come Back to Sorrento – KORLA PANDIT
Old Joke with Sound Effects – WES HARRISON
Topsy Turvy – BEN JOE ZEPPA
Harlem Nocturne – ?
Baby I’m-A Want You – ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK
One Mint Julep – ?

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