Cole PorterSongwriter of the week: Cole Porter

Many classics on this show to complement the classic music of our songwriter of the week, Cole Porter.


part 1

  1. covertheweekJoss Stone, L.O.V.E. (Bert Kaempfert and Milt Gabler)
  2. Rebecca Ferguson & John Legend, Bridges (John Legend J Loos Steve Robson)
  3. Alanis Morrissette, Let’s do it (Let’s Fall in love) 2005, Canada/US, 3.22 (Cole Porter, 1928)
    first introduced in Porter’s first Broadway success, the musical Paris (1928) by French chanteuse Irène Bordoni and has since been covered by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong , even Kim Basinger and now Alanis Morrissette
  4. Sarah McQuaid, Yellowstone
  5. Michael Bubblé, I’ve got you under my skin (Cole Porter, 1936), 2005

part 2

  1. Ellie Goulding, Your Song (Elton John), 3’10, 2012, UK
  2. Lena Horne, I Love Paris (Cole Porter, 1953)
  3. Elton John & Kiki Dee, True Love (Cole Porter, 1956), 1993
  4. Jo Bywater, Riches to Rags, 2015
  5. B. J. Thomas, Raindrops keep falling on my head (Hal David, Burt Bacharach)

part 3

  1. Nina Simone, I shall be released (Bob Dylan)
  2. Manu Dibango, Si tu vois ma mère (Sidney Bechet) – soundtrack of the week
    featured in the Woody Allen film Midnight in Paris (2011).
  3. Neneh Cherry, Woman
  4. Steve Pledger, Matches in the wind
  5. Oscar Peterson, Every time we say goodbye (trio) (Cole Porter)


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