High Summer

High Summer

A program celebrating the fullness of summer that even includes a section for audience participation!

START
00.00
10.04
13.11
16.34
22.54
27.16
34.34
38.24
41.24
45.03
48.17
54.16
TITLE
A Remark You Made
Bring it on Home
Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana
Come Live with Me
Japanese Blue
Be Still My Heart
Grey Funnel Line
Grey Funnel Line
Lullaby for Erle
Dear Someone
Sandy
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
ARTIST
Weather Report
Sam Cooke, Lou Rawls
Andre Rieu
Stacey Kent
Silje Nergaard
Silje Nergaard
Delores Keane, Emmy Lou Harris, Mary Black
Maddy Prior, June Tabor
Silje Nergaard
Gillian Welsh
Bruce Springsteen
Bettye Swann
ALBUM
Heavy Weather
Best of Sam Cooke
Tuscany
Richard III
At First Light
Japanese Blue
Bringing It All Back Home
Silly Sisters
At First Light
Time
The Wild, The Innocent, The E Street Shuffle
Bettye Swann
LABEL
Sony
RCA
SLG
YouTube
Universal
Sony
YouTube
Chrysalis
Universal
Acony
Sony
EMI

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