Bewitching Dreams…
1950 HITS ARCHIVE: Bewitched – Gordon Jenkins (Bonnie Lou Williams & chorus, vocal)

Full Episode | The Lady In The Bottle | Season 1 Ep. 1 | I Dream of Jeannie

Bewitched | Original Black & White Pilot Episode | Season 1 Episode 1 | Classic TV Rewind

Bewitched   · Art Pepper Modern Art ℗ 1957 Blue Note Records Released on: 1988-01-01 Composer Lyricist: Richard Rodgers Composer Lyricist: Lorenz Hart
Ella Fitzgerald, with a studio orchestra conducted and arranged by Buddy Bregman. From the album “Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Rodgers & Hart Songbook” Recorded: August 1956

Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered:  Rosemary Clooney Sings Ballads ℗ 1985 Concord Records, Inc. Released on: 1985-01-01 Producer: Carl E. Jefferson Associated Performer, Vocals: Rosemary Clooney Composer: Richard Rodgers Author: Lorenz Hart 
Bewitched   · Nancy Wilson  Yesterday’s Love Songs, Today’s Blues ℗ 1963 Capitol Records, LLC Released on: 1991-01-01 Associated Performer, Trumpet: Al Porcino Associated Performer, Trumpet: Carmell Jones Associated Performer, Trumpet: Jules Chaikin Producer: Tom Morgan Associated Performer, Drums: Kenny Dennis Associated Performer, Trombone: John Ewing Associated Performer, Trumpet: Freddie Hill Associated Performer, Trombone: Lester Robertson Associated Performer, Bass Trombone: Kenny Shroyer Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Paul Horn Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Joe Maini Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Teddy Edwards Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Harold Land Associated Performer, Baritone Saxophone: Don Ruffell Associated Performer, Piano: Jack Wilson Associated Performer, Trombone: Bob Edmondson Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Jimmy Bond Conductor: Gerald Wilson Producer: Tom Morgan Studio Personnel, Remixer: Malcolm Addey Associated Performer, Guitar: Joe Pass Composer Lyricist: Richard Rodgers Composer Lyricist: Lorenz Hart
Bewitched · Lonnie Brooks Blues Jam Live Audio: Lonnie Brooks ℗ 2010 Creative Sounds, Inc.  
 Song:  Bewitched  Artist:  Dinah Washington  Album:  Bewitched 
Writers:  Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart  
Sarah Vaughan – Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered (Mercury Records 1956)
Bewitched – Rodgers & Hart Ginette Fertel, soprano Nicholas White, piano Recorded in NYC, December 2000

Frank Sinatra – Bewitched HQ

Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson – Ballad Medley: Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered / I Don’t Know Why I J  1957

Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered  Producer: Buck Ram Composer Lyricist: Richard Rodgers Composer Lyricist: Lorenz Hart

“Bewitched,” the television comedy starring Dick York and Elizabeth Montgomery as Darrin and Samantha Stephens, man and witch – er, wife, premiered in 1964. The theme song was written by Howard Greenfield and Jack Keller. Greenfield had written a number of successful songs with Neil Sedaka. Keller later recalled, “The pilot had used Frank Sinatra’s ‘Witchcraft,’ but they didn’t want to pay for ‘Witchcraft,’ so they asked us to write something. We only had a week to write the song, do the demo, and get it out to California, and they accepted it and they put it on.” But when the show aired the following season, an instrumental version of the song was used with music provided by Warren Baker who composed music for the series. Howard Greenfield and Jack Keller also wrote the theme song for “Gidget.” Johnny Tillotson – (Wait ‘Til You See) My Gidget… Steve Lawrence recorded the song and it was used for the flip-side of his 1964 single “I Will Wait For You.” As far as I’ve been able to determine, it was never released on any album. In 2005 when the movie starring Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell premiered, the song was included on the soundtrack, 41 years after it had been written. For this video, I used video excerpts from the original 1964 pilot episode of “Bewitched” along with photographs of Elizabeth Montgomery. When “Bewitched” premiered in 1964, Elizabeth Montgomery was 31 years old; Dick York was 36. Watching Ms. Montgomery and looking at the photographs, I have to say that she was one of most beautiful television actresses in the past 40 years. She is greatly missed! BEWITCHED (Words and Music by Howard Greenfield and Jack Keller) Bewitched! Bewitched! You’ve got me in your spell. Bewitched! Bewitched! You know your craft so well. Before I knew what you were doing I looked in your eyes. That brand of woo that you’ve been brew-in’ took me by surprise. You witch! You witch! One thing is for sure – That stuff you pitch, just hasn’t got a cure. My heart was under lock and key, but somehow it got unhitched. I never thought my heart could be had. But now I’m caught and I’m kinda glad to be, to be bewitched! Bewitched! Bewitched! My heart was under lock and key, but somehow it got unhitched. I never thought my heart could be had. But now I’m caught and I’m kinda glad that you, you do that crazy voodoo and I’m bewitched by you!
Bewitched · Carly Simon My Romance ℗ 1990 Arista Records LLC Released on: 1990-03-08 Composer, Lyricist: Lorenz Hart Producer: Frank Filipetti Composer, Lyricist: Richard Rodgers Producer: Marty Paich 
Song  Bewitched  Artist  Houston Person  Album  The Melody Lingers On
Song  Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered (Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center)  Artist  Lady Gaga
Album  Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
Due to the infamous and far-reaching ASCAP broadcasting ban of 1941 (look it up), no songs by America’s major composers could be played on the radio for the better part of the year. That’s one reason that the public remained largely unaware of the wonderful song score for Rodgers & Hart’s new stage play “Pal Joey.” “Bewitched” wouldn’t become a major song hit until 1950, though there were a couple of good recorded 1941 versions available in the stores by Leo Reisman and this earlest one by the Goodman band. CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Columbia 35944 – Bewitched (Rodgers-Hart) by Benny Goodman and his Orchestra, vocal by Helen Forrest, recorded in NYC January 28, 1941

Count Basie – piano Sonny Cohn, Gene Goe, Joe Newman, Waymon Reed – trumpet Frank Hooks, Grover Mitchell, Buddy Morrow – trombone Bill Hughes – bass trombone Bill Adkins, Jerry Dodgion – alto saxophone Eric Dixon – tenor saxophone, flute Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis – tenor saxophone Cecil Payne – baritone saxophone Freddie Green – guitar George Duvivier – bass Harold Jones – drums Chico O’Farrill – arranger Recorded February 23-25. 1970
Anita O’Day – Vocal…. Bob Corwin – Piano… Toshiyuki Miyama and The All-Star Orchestra and Takeshi Inomata and His West Liners… Recorded at Studio G, T.B.S Tokyo, December 30, 1963

Rita Hayworth – Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered  From the Soundtrack of the Columbia Pictures Movie “Pal Joey” Music & Lyrics By Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, Vocals By Jo Ann Greer

“Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” is from the 1940 Rodgers and Hart musical, Pal Joey. This recording was made by Linda Ronstadt in 1986 as a part of her Elektra/ Asylum album, For Sentimental Reasons, which was arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. The personnel include: Linda Ronstadt (vocals); Dennis Budimir, Bob Mann (guitar); Bud Shank (alto saxophone); Plas Johnson (tenor saxophone); Warren Luening (trumpet); Chauncey Welsch (trombone); Don Grolnick (piano); Bob Magnusson, Ray Brown (bass); John Guerin, Louie Bellson (drums); Mic Bell, Drake Frye, Clifford Holland, Carl Jones, Sr. (background vocals).
Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered · Rod Stewart · Cher As Time Goes By… The Great American Songbook: Volume II ℗ 2003 BMG Music, a unit of BMG Music Released on: 2003-09-30 Associated Performer: Rod Stewart feat. Cher Composer, Lyricist: Richard Rodgers Composer, Lyricist: Lorenz Hart Arranger, Producer: Richard Perry Piano, Synthesizer, Arranger: Mike Thompson Conductor, Arranger: Alan Broadbent Arranger: Arnold Stiefel Drums: Joe LaBarbera Bass Guitar: Reggie McBride Guitar: Larry Koonse Guitar: Dean Parks Guitar, Engineer: Aaron Kaplan Horn, Saxophone: Doug Webb Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer: Carter William Humphrey Recording Engineer: Bobby Ginsburg Misc. Prod.: Lauren Wild Engineer: Mark Gonzalez Engineer: Pablo Solorzano Engineer: Pooya Salettyar

Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered · LENA HORNE

I Dream of Jeanie · Vic LaRose & The Caberet Gang Swinging Stephen Foster

Genie in a Bottle – Christina Aguilera (’60s Style Cover) ft. Brielle Von Hugel

Brielle Von Hugel – Vocals: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: Conrad Bauer – Guitar… Adam Kubota – Bass… Martin Diller – Drums Scott Bradlee – Piano: YouTube: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Get my book: Arrangement: Scott Bradlee Engineered by Matt “Rook” Telford

‘I Dream of Jeannie’ Behind the Scenes

Christina Aguilera Genie In A Bottle Live

Clarence Williams, with Lonnie Johnson playing the guitar. ” In The Bottle Blues ” (1928)

Amy Winehouse – Back To Black  
Song  Voodoo Chile
Artist  All Them Witches  Album  Electric Ladyland (Redux)

Season of the Witch – Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Steve Stills
“Time of the Season” is a song by the British rock band The Zombies, featured on their 1968 album Odessey and Oracle. It was written by keyboard player Rod Argent and recorded at Abbey Road Studios in August 1967. The song’s characteristics include the voice of lead singer Colin Blunstone, the bass riff (which is similar to Ben E. King’s hit “Stand By Me”), and Rod Argent’s fast-paced psychedelic improvisation.
Song  Moon Blues  Artist  Otis Spann  Album  Sweet Giant Of The Blues
Songs / Tracks Listing 1. Let There Be Light/ Spirits Dancing In The Flesh (7:30) 2. Gypsy Woman (4:30) 3. It’s A Jungle Out There (4:32) 4. Soweto (Africa Libre) (5:07) 5. Choose (4:13) 6. Peace on Earth…Mother Earth..Third Stone From The Sun (4:23) 7. The Sun (4:23) 8. Full Moon (4:33) 9. Who’s That Lady (4:13) 10. Jin-Go-Lo-Ba (4:52) 11. Goodness and Mercy (4:32) Line-up / Musicians – Carlos Santana / guitars, vocals – Benny Rietveld / Bass – Armando Peraza / Congas, Bongos – Walfredo Reyes / Drums – Alex Ligertwood / Vocals – Chester Thompson / keyboards, vocals Guests Stephen King / vocals Wayne Shorter / sax Alphonso Johnson / bass Vernon Reid / guitar Paul Rekow / congas

Howlin’ Wolf – Moanin’ in the moonlight (full album)

(1965) Blues by Big Mama Thornton – Hound Dog and Down Home Shakedown: In the 1st part Big Mama Thornton is singing Hound Dog. 2:35 In the 2nd part Big Mama Thornton, John Lee Hooker, Big Walter Horton & Dr Ross are playing on the harmonica Down Home Shakedown. 

Corrine Corrina · Joe Turner Greatest Hits ℗ 1956 Atlantic Recording Corporation Producer: Ahmet Ertegun Guitar: Billy Mure Trumpet: Dick Vance Alto Saxophone: Earl Warren Piano: Ernie Hayes Guitar: George Barnes Producer: Jerry Wexler Trumpet: Jimmy Nottingham Vocals: Joe Turner Bass Guitar: Lloyd Trotman Drums: Panama Francis Saxophone: Sam Taylor Additional Vocals: The Cookies Writer: Chatman Composer: Chatman and Parish Writer: Parish Composer, Writer: Williams
Dust My Broom – Elmore James
The song “I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom” was recorded by Robert Johnson during his first recording session on November 23, 1936 in San Antonio. 
Robert Johnson was born on May 8, 1911 in Hazlehurst, Mississippi.

Robert Johnson – Love In Vain Blues (Takes 1&2) (1937)

Howlin’ Wolf  (Chester Arthur Burnett)born June 10, 1910 in White Station, Clay County, Mississippi

Chester’s final, live performance was in November, 1975 at the Chicago Amphitheater. Sharing the bill with B.B. King, Albert King, O. V. Wright, and Luther Allison, Wolf performed as he always did, even crawling across the stage during the song, “Crawling King Snake.” The crowd gave him a five-minute standing ovation. When he got offstage, a team of paramedics were called in to revive him.

Howlin Wolf – Dust My Broom (Live 1966)

Elmore James – The Sky Is Crying –Pin on Elmore James


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