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Frank, Gil, and Friends (Music)

Tue Aug 14th 2018 8.00am–10.00am

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9:43am

Aretha Franklin “Freeway of Love”
composed by Jeffrey Cohen; Narada Michael Walden
from Who`s Zoomin' Who? (Arista 1985)

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9:58am

Frank Sinatra “Goodbye”
composed by Gordon Jenkins
from Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely (Capitol 1958)

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9:54am

Frank Sinatra “Just Friends”
composed by John Klenner; Sam Lewis
from No One Cares (Capitol Records 1959)

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9:51am

Frank Sinatra “It's a Blue World”
composed by Robert Wright; George Forrest
from Point of No Return (Capitol Records 1961)

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9:39am

Frank Sinatra “In the Still of the Night”
composed by Cole Porter
from Ring-a-Ding-Ding (Reprise 1961)

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9:36am

Frank Sinatra “I See It Now”
composed by Alec Wilder; William Engvick
from September of My Years (Reprise 1965)

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9:31am

Frank Sinatra “Hey Look, No Cryin'”
composed by Jule Styne; Susan Birkenhead
from She Shot Me Down (Reprise Records 1981)

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9:28am

Frank Sinatra “S'posin'”
composed by Paul Denniker; Andy Razaf
from Sinatra's Swingin Session (Capitol 1961)

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9:24am

Frank Sinatra “Close to You”
composed by Burt Bacharach; Hal David
from Sinatra and Company (Reprise Records 1971)

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9:22am

Frank Sinatra “Misty”
composed by Erroll Garner; Johnny Burke
from Sinatra and Strings (Reprise 1962)

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9:19am

Frank Sinatra “Pick Yourself Up”
composed by Jerome Kern; Dorothy Fields
from Sinatra and Swingin' Brass (Reprise 1962)

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9:14am

Frank Sinatra “When You're Smiling (the Whole World Smiles With You)”
composed by Mark Fisher; Larry Shay; Joe Goodwin
from Sing and Dance with Frank Sinatra (Columbia 1950)

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9:11am

Frank Sinatra “Love isn't Just for the Young”
composed by Bernard Knee; Herbert Miller
from Softly, As I Leave You (Reprise 1964)

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9:08am

Frank Sinatra “You Turned My World Around”
composed by Bert Kaempfert; Herbert Rehbein; Kim Carnes; David Ellingson
from Some Nice Things I've Missed (Reprise 1974)

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9:04am

Frank Sinatra “Old Devil Moon”
composed by Burton Lane; E.Y. "Yip" Harburg
from Songs for Swingin' Lovers Album (Capitol 1956)

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8:59am

Aretha Franklin “Drinking Again”
composed by Doris Tauber; Johnny Mercer (2016)

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8:55am

Frank Sinatra; Aretha Franklin “What Now, My Love”
composed by Gilbert Bercaud; Pierre Dalanoe; Carl Sigman
from Duets (Capitol 1993)

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8:49am

Aretha Franklin “Only the Lonely”
composed by Jimmy Van Heusen; Sammy Cahn
from Drinking Again (2016)

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8:45am

Frank Sinatra “Get Happy”
composed by Harold Arlen; Ted Koehler
from Swing Easy (Capitol Records 1954)

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8:42am

Frank Sinatra “Don't be That Way”
composed by Edgar Sampson; Benny Goodman; Mitchell Parish
from Swing Along with Me (Reprise Records 1961)

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8:39am

Frank Sinatra “Somewhere My Love (Lara's Theme)”
composed by Maurice Jarre; Paul Francis Webster
from That's Life Album (Reprise 1966)

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8:35am

Frank Sinatra “This is the Night”
composed by Redd Evans; Lewis Bellin
from The Columbia Years (1943-1952): The Complete Recordings (Columbia Records 1993)

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8:30am

Frank Sinatra “Everybody Ought to be in Love”
composed by Paul Anka
from The Singles (Reprise Records 1978)

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8:27am

Frank Sinatra “Your Love for Me”
composed by Sol Parker
from The Complete Capitol Singles Collection (Capitol Records 1996)

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8:22am

Frank Sinatra “Poinciana (Song of the Tree)”
composed by Nat Simon; Manuel Lliso; Buddy Bernier
from The Columbia Years (1943-1952): The Complete Recordings (Columbia Records 1993)

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8:19am

Frank Sinatra “California”
composed by Jimmy Van Heusen; Sammy Cahn
from The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings (Reprise 1995)

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8:13am

Frank Sinatra “I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)”
composed by Fred Ahlert; Roy Turk
from The Voice of Frank Sinatra (Columbia Records 1946)

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8:11am

Frank Sinatra “Song Sung Blue”
composed by Neil Diamond
from Trilogy: The Present: Some Very Good Years MP3 Single (Reprise 1980)

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8:06am

Frank Sinatra; Tommy Dorsey “Our Love Affair (Take 2)”
composed by Roger Edens; Arthur Freed
from The Song is You (RCA 1994)

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8:01am

Frank Sinatra “Maybe You'll Be There”
composed by Rube Bloom; Sammy Gallop
from Where are You? (Capitol 1957)

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7:59am

Rosemary Clooney; Big Kahuna and the Copa Cat Pack “The Singer”
composed by Joe Cocuzzo; Vincent Falcone, Jr.
from Sentimental Journey: The Girl Singer and Her New Big Band (Concord Records 2001)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.