Annie made her first call I'm Confessin' (II-185). Someone called Cousin Mary (II-93) as an instrumental. Back to vocals, we worked on I'm Glad There Is You. We went with another instrumental, this time Lullaby of Birdland (I-256). By this time Dick had found a seat, and we settled on I Could Write A Book (I-186). Annie changed the mood with Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out (I-303). Then we went to a Latin feel with Dick's choice of Meditation (I-266). A little more upbeat, Annie called for Get Happy (III-129). Dick had another Latin number he was fond of, Black Orpheus (I-49). Back to Annie, we played Easy To Love (I-128). We tried an instrumental on Straight, No Chaser (I-386), though it kind of clunked to a stop. So we wrapped things up with Annie singing Sugar (I-387).
Chet Baker, Almost Blue
Dinah Washington, September in the Rain
Charles Mingus, Jelly Roll
Duke Ellington Orchestra, Johnny Hodges, Alto
The Star-Crossed Lovers (from the Shakespeare Suite)