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Disc 1

1. The Late, Late Show - Dakota Staton
2. 'Round Midnight - Frances Wayne
3. That Old Feeling - Chet Baker
4. I Cry By Night - Kay Starr
5. Take Five - Carmen McRae (with The Dave Brubeck Quartet)
6. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning - Frank Sinatra
7. I'm Beginning To See The Light - Peggy Lee
8. Where Flamingos Fly - Toni Harper
9. Ask Me Nice - Mose Allison
10. I'll Look Around - Billie Holiday
11. Stars Fell On Alabama - Carol Sloane
12. Moonray - Dakota Staton
13. When I Fall In Love - Brook Benton
14. Why Don't You Do Right - Helyne Stewart
15. Time After Time - Jacy Parker
16. I Cover The Waterfront - Sam Cooke
17. Angel Eyes - Anita O'Day
18. It Don't Mean A Thing - Louis Armstrong
19. Let's Slip Away - Cleo Laine
20. After Hours - Sarah Vaughan

Disc 2

1. Fever - Peggy Lee
2. Welcome To The Club - Nat King Cole
3. Along About Midnight - Dakota Staton
4. Taking A Chance On Love - Carol Sloane
5. What Do You See In Her - Kay Starr
6. Teach Me Tonight - James Ray
7. Oh What A Night For Love - Frances Wayne
8. I've Got It Bad And That Ain't Good - Gloria Lynne
9. Don't Get Around Much Anymore - Sam Cooke
10. You Go To My Head - Lena Horne
11. You And The Night And The Music - Toni Harper
12. Baby Won't You Please Come Home - Scatman Crothers
13. Night Mist - Dakota Staton
14. Trouble Blues - Fats Domino
15. These Foolish Things - Joy Bryan
16. Baby, I Don't Cry Over You - Billie Holiday
17. The Lady's In Love With You - Mel Tormé
18. A Blues Serenade - Anita O'Day
19. The Party's Over - Diahann Carroll (With André Previn)
20. Cry Me A River - Julie London

The Late Night Show


Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD726

Bar-Code 5060143497261

Availability: In stock


In the ’50s and early ’60s, there seemed hardly a single film noir that didn’t involve a scene in a nightclub. There’d be smoke, elegantly clad women in evening gowns that were all zip and hip… and sharp-suited men attempting to look cool by linking Marlboro’s with Martini’s. Amidst it all, there’d be a singer, sometimes seated at a piano, who would slow down the action for a moment or two with a song of lost love or maybe a touch of the blues. These were the 4am people - folk who drifted homewards just before dawn. And this 2CD compilation celebrates some of those singers and the songs which made that era so memorable.

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