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Terry Tunes (2/28/15)


John & Jessica bid a fond farewell to the great trumpeter Clark Terry by playing favorites by him and others. They also tell tales of their recent adventures on The Jazz Cruise and in the frigid lands of Michigan.




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Freddy Cole - I Saw Stars (This and That)
Phil Woods - Walkin' Shoes (Groovin' to Marty Paich)
Sara Gazarek - Everything I've Got (Blossom & Bee)
Beverly Kenney - Give Me the Simple Life (Come Swing with Me)
Regina Carter - I'll Be Seeing You (I'll Be Seeing You: A Sentimental Journey)
Sarah Vaughan - Bidin' My Time (Sarah Vaughan Sings George Gershwin)
John & Bucky Pizzarelli - Ain't Oklahoma Pretty (Diggin' Up Bones)
Becca Stevens Band - Walking in the Air (CD Single)
Frank Sinatra - Fly Me to the Moon (The Reprise Collection)
Tony Bennett - Fly Me to the Moon (40 Years: The Artistry of Tony Bennett)
Helen Merrill - Just You, Just Me (Helen Merrill with Strings)
Art Tatum - Have You Met Miss Jones? (Solo Masterpieces)


Oscar Peterson - Brotherhood of Man (Oscar Peterson Trio + 1)
Oscar Peterson - Mumbles (Oscar Peterson Trio + 1)
Benjamin Schuer & Escapist Papers - Cookie-Tin Banjo (Cookie-Tin Banjo)
The Basie Alumni - Swinging for the Count (Swinging for the Count)
John Pizzarelli - Oh, Lady Be Good (My Blue Heaven)
Mabel Mercer - It's Delovely (Mabel Mercer Sings Cole Porter)
Annie Ross - I've Told Every Little Star (Skylark)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross - Jackie (The Swingers!)
Clark Terry - Rockin' in Rhythm (The Happy Horns of Clark Terry)
Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry - But Beautiful (Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry)

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"Among radio's greatest pleasures is each weekly installment of Radio Deluxe, two hours of great jazz and smart, sassy repartee from John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey, the hippest husband-and-wife team since Louis Prima and Keely Smith. "


Radio Deluxe with John Pizzarelli has enjoyed visits by many memorable guests since its first show on December 3, 2005. Regis Philbin dropped by on Christmas weekend; Janis Siegel, of the Manhattan Transfer, brought biscotti; Margaret Whiting broke into a live song about her "Uncle Johnny" Mercer; Liza loved what John and Jessie had done with the apartment; Keely Smith told about being engaged to Frank Sinatra; and Stacey Kent revealed her favorite ski resorts and why none of them are in Holland. Other guests have been Tony Danza, Steve Tyrell, Kenny Rankin, Peter Cincotti, Ann Hampton Callaway, and of course, the members of the John Pizzarelli Quartet, along with daughter Madeline Pizzarelli and her grandfather, Bucky Pizzarelli.