Saturday, January 19, 2008

Swingin' From 7th Avenue

Tony Bennett - At Carnegie Hall June 9, 1962: Complete Concert

Disc 1
Mp3, Stereo, 320 kbps, 116.1 MB

1. Introduction/Lullaby Of Broadway
2. Just In Time
3. All The Things You Are
4. Fascinating Rhythm
5. Stranger In Paradise
6. Our Love Is Here To Stay
7. Love Look Away
8. Climb Ev'ry Mountain
9. Put On A Happy Face/Comes Once In A Lifetime
10. My Ship
11. Speak Low
12. Lost In The Stars
13. Always
14. Anything Goes
15. Ol' Man River
16. Lazy Afternoon
17. Sometimes I'm Happy
18. Have I Told You Lately?
19. That Old Black Magic
20. A Sleepin' Bee
21. I've Got The World On A String
22. What Good Does It Do
23. One For My Baby (And One For The Road)

Disc 2
Mp3, Stereo, 320 kbps, 106.6 MB

1. This Could Be The Start Of Something Big
2. Without A Song
3. Toot Toot Tootsie (Goodbye)
4. It Amazes Me
5. The Rules Of The Road
6. Firefly
7. The Best Is Yet To Come
8. (I Left My Heart) In San Francisco
9. (I Like New York In June) How About You/April In Paris
10. Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)
11. Solitude
12. I'm Just A Lucky So And So
13. Taking A Chance On Love
14. My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?)
15. Pennies From Heaven
16. Rags To Riches
17. Blue Velvet
18. Smile
19. Because Of You
20. Sing You Sinners
21. De Glory Road


Anonymous said...

Glad your back! Thanks for this and for everything else. Please keep it up!

Scoredaddy said...

Welcome back! Great choice to post.nm

Anonymous said...

You're back!! I was afraid we lost you. This is great. The variety is great -- Bennet to Zappa -- what can I say?

Anonymous said...

Thanks ffor sharing this, love listening to Tony Bennett.Glad to Have found you.

delancey said...

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--Romeo Alfa said...

This is a great recording, thanks for posting. I've seen Tony twice, most recently 5 years ago. There's good reason he was Sinatra's favorite. The version of San Francisco is worth the entire show. Incredible to hear the audience response, as the song had only been released the year before. Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

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