Music and Jazz

American Songbook


Doc Stull (guitar, ukulele and vocals) and Mary Harper (flute) take the open road through the American Songbook from Melancholy Baby to California Dreaming including folk, jazz, blues and country, a little rock and roll and a touch of Brazil.  Songs include:

On Broadway (1964)
Wayfaring Stranger (18th Century)
Blue Suede Shoes (1956)
Route 66 (1946)
Poor Side of Town (1966)
What a Wonderful World (1960)
California Dreaming (1965)
Secret Agent Man (1966)
Kansas City (1953)
Summertime (1935)
Stray Cat Strut (1981)
I’ve Got News For You (1957)
Lucky Man (1973)
Devil Woman (1962)
Up on the Roof (1962)
After You’ve Gone (1918)
Shine on Harvest Moon (1906)
All of Me (1931)
St. James Infirmary (18th Century)
Take a Letter Maria (1969)
Melancholy Baby (1912)
Poor Little Fool (1958)
Under the Boardwalk (1964)
Silvery Moon (1909)
Brother Can You Spare a Dime (1931)
Blue Moon (1934)
Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1910)
Don’t Worry About Me (1961)
Dream a Little Dream (1931)
Ain’t Missbehavin’ (1929)
A Day in the Life of a Fool (1959)
Meditation (1963)
Wave (1967)
La Vie en Rose (1946)
Moonglow (1946)
Corcavado (Quiet Nights) (1962)
Girl from Ipanema (1962)
The Look of Love (1967)
Mack the Knife (1928)
Fly Me to the Moon (1954)

Doc plays the classic song Route 66 for his class before a book-signing at Humboldt State University, 2011

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