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The Palace of Nostalgia

Music from Bygone Times. Featuring the special song ‘Soliloquy’ by Frank Sinatra, an eight-minute ‘monologue’ on fatherhood to a son… or perhaps a daughter. Accompanied by arranger and conductor Nelson Riddle, known for his work on ‘You do something to me’, without Sinatra.

Gypsy swing by Dutch master on clarinet Bernard Berkhout with the Rosenberg Trio (‘Last minute swing’).

The curious collaboration between Marlene Dietrich and Rosemary Clooney.

Another Marlene, flaunting beautiful legs, in Flemish singer-songwriter Zjef Vanuytsel’s ‘Hop Marlene’.

Jaap Fischer on the tribulations of a king, and Cornelis Vreeswijk with a Swedish song which translated to ‘On a beautiful Pentecost day.’

The Art Pepper Quartet (‘Pepper Pot’). And another saxophonist, Sonny Criss, in Paris (‘Don’t blame me’).

Two versions of ‘Tip-toe through the tulips’, by British ‘king of jazz’ Jack Hylton and the ‘crooning troubadour’ from the Roaring Twenties, Nick Lucas.

Also: Mary Cleere Haran (‘Way out west’), Mary Ann McCall (‘Mean to me’), Nat King Cole (‘I’m thru with love’), The Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra, en Hoagy Carmichael with what was once Johnny Cash’s number one hit (‘I walk the line’).

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