7 Deadly Sins: Sloth

with Diana

Labor Day Special

Monday, September 4, 2017
14:00 to 16:00
Rock/etc
other shows

ArtistSongAlbumLabelCommentsRequest
Nat King ColeLazy Hazy Crazy Days of SummerNat King Cole
Hoagy CarmichaelLazy BonesStardust MelodyHoagy was the "King of Lazy" - Lazy Bones is a Tin Pan Alley song written in 1933, with lyrics by Johnny Mercer and music by Hoagy Carmichael. Major hit records at the time of introduction included Ted Lewis and Mildred Bailey. Jonathan King's 1971 revival was a Top 20 hit in the UK and was played on US soft rock stations, earning a position on Billboard's Easy Listening chart, reached #34
Ted Lewis OrchestraLazy BonesRMCover of Lazy Bones
Hoagy CarmichaelLazy RiverAnd his Orchestra1930
Hoagy CarmichaelRockin ChairAnd his orchestra1929. Frank Sinatra recorded a definitive version.
Norah Jones & Seth McFarlaneTwo Sleepy PeopleMusic is Better than WordsWritten by Hoagy Carmichael in 1938, this has been covered by the likes of Bob Hope & Shirley Ross
Louis Armstrong & Bing CrosbyLazy RiverBing & Satchmo
Rosemary ClooneyUp a Lazy RiverThe Rosemary Clooney ShowCovered by Rosemary Clooney in 1956, this song is by Hoagy Carmichael and Sidney Arodin, published in 1930. The melody is by Arodin, arranged and with words modified by Carmichael.
The Four PrepsLazy Summer NightEarly in the MorningThis song peaked at #21 in the charts in 1958
The Brothers FourSlothTry to Remember1965
Spanky & Our GangLazy DaySpanky & Our Gang1967
The Left BankeLazy Day There's Gonna be a Storm1967
Lou MonteLuna Mezza MareRCAPeaked at #12 in1958
Al JolsonLazyRCACOVER 1 of Irving Berlin's 1924 classic, this version also from 1924
Bing CrosbyLazyHoliday Inn 1942COVER 2 of Irving Berlin's Lazy for the 1942 film Holiday Inn
Marilyn MonroeLazyThere's no Business like Show BusinessCOVER 3 of Irving Berlin's Lazy for the 1954 film There's no Business like Show Business
Ella FitzgeraldLazyPaul Weston & His OrchestraCOVER 4 of Irving Berlin's Lazy in 1958
Golden EarringThe Vanilla QueenMoontanCOVER 5-sih - "Vanilla Queen" twice samples Marilyn Monroe's character in There's No Business Like Show Business: "Well, in simple English I'm..." from the "Lazy" performance and "What's your name, Honey?" from the "Heat Wave" performance.
Hoagy CarmichaelWinter MoonHoagy Sings CarmichaelPacific Jazz1956 - his last significant recordings R
Fairport ConventionSlothFull House1970
Deep PurpleLazyMachine Head1972
Brendan PerrySlothEye of the Hunter1999
Love and RocketsLazyEarth Sun Moon1987
Songs for ChildrenLazy MarySongs for ChildrenCreepy amirite
Paul WhitemanLazy RiverPaul Whiteman
NOFXLazy45 or 46 Sons that Weren't Good Enough to Go On Our Other Records2002
PhishThe SlothLive at Alpine Valley 2010
Heartless BastardsLazyStairs and Elevators 2005
Ne-Yo Lazy LoveSingle2012
David ByrneLazyGrown Backwards2004
LeToya LuckettLazyLady Love2009