Rebecca Kilgore (vocals) Ed Polcer (cornet) Dan Barrett (trombone, cornet) Tom Baker (cornet, trombone) Michael Supnick (trombone, cornet) Luca Velotti (saxophone, clarinet) Red Pellini (baritone saxophone) Evan Christopher (clarinet Jim Galloway (alto saxophone) Giampaolo Biagi (drums) Rossano Sportiello (piano) Guido Giacomini (bass)
Duke Heitger (tp) Dan Barrett (tb) Evan Christopher (cl, ts) Bernd Lotzky (p) David Blenkhorn (g) Kerry Lewis (b) Jeff Hamilton (dr)
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I Get Along Without You Very Well (Except Sometimes)
Lyrics ,Music:Hoagy Carmichael
The song was publishe 1939.
"I Get Along Without You Very Well" is a popular song composed by Hoagy Carmichael in 1939, with lyrics based on a poem written by Jane Brown Thompson. Thompson's identity as the author of the poem was for many years unknown; she died the night before the song was introduced on radio by Dick Powell.
The biggest-selling version was a 1939 recording by Red Norvo and his orchestra (vocal by Terry Allen).
I get along without you very well Of course, I do Except when soft rains fall And drip from leaves then I recall The thrill of being sheltered In your arms Of course, I do But I get along without you very well
I've forgotten you Just like I said I would Of course, I have Or maybe except when I hear your name Someone's laugh that's just the same I've forgotten you just like I should
What a guy What a fool am I To think my aching hearth Could keep the moon What's in store Should I phone once more No, no, no, no, no It's best that I stick to my tune
I said that I get along Without you very well Of course, I do Except perhaps in spring But then I should never Ever think of spring For that would Surely break my heart in two
The song was introduced by Alice Faye in the musical film Sing, Baby, Sing. The most popular recording was by Helen Ward with the Benny Goodman orchestra. It has since been recorded by numerous pop and jazz vocalists and orchestras.
I used to be the apple of your eye I had yo with me every day, But now whenever you are passing by You're always looking the other way It's little things like this That prompt me to say:
You turned the tables on me And now I'm falling for you; You turned the tables on me I can't believe that it's true
I always thought when you brought The lovely present you bought Why hadn't you brought me more,
But now if you'd come I'd welcome anything From the five and ten cent store,
You used to call me the top You put me up on a throne You let me fall with a drop And now I'm out on my own.
But after thinking it over and over, I got what was coming to me Just like the sting of a bee You turned the tables on me.
It's usually mentioned in connection with Billie Holiday, who recorded it on October 4, 1944.
According to one source, Holiday would refer to "No More" as one of her favorite songs.
You ain't gonna bother me no more Nohow Love just goes so far No more Woke up this morining and found I didn't care for you no more Nohow Never felt so good before You're down to my size It's over and done So honey, step down from your throne That look in your eyes
Don't bother me none Can take or leave you alone From my window Skys ain't grey nomore Not now Here's the day That I've been waiting for Got only one heart One heart with no spares Must save it for loving Somebody who cares So you ain't gonna bother me No more, no more
It was written in the early 1920s by pianists Porter Grainger, who had been Bessie Smith's accompanist, and Everett Robbins. The song was first recorded October 19, 1922 by Anna Meyer with the Original Memphis Five.
Early versions include Sara Martin (with Fats Waller on piano) (December 1, 1922 OKeh 8043), Alberta Hunter (February 1923 Paramount 12016), and Bessie Smith (April 26, 1923 Columbia 3898).
There ain't nothing I can do Or nothing I can say That folks don't criticize me
But I'm going to do Just as I want to anyway And don't care just what people say
If I should take a notion To jump into the ocean Ain't nobody's business if I do
If I go to church on Sunday Then cabaret all day Monday Ain't nobody's business if I do
If my man ain't got no money And I say "Take all of mine, honey" Ain't nobody's business if I do
If I give him my last nickel And it leaves me in a pickle Ain't nobody's business if I do
Well, I'd rather my man would hit me Than follow him to jump up and quit me Ain't nobody's business if I do
I swear, I won't call no copper If I'm beat up by my papa Ain't nobody's business if I do
Nobody's business Ain't nobody's business Nobody's business if I do
It was introduced in the 1960 film High Time, sung by Bing Crosby with Henry Mancini conducting his orchestra, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Love is lovelier the second time around Just as wonderful with both feet on the ground It's that second time you hear your love song sung Makes you think perhaps that love, like youth, is wasted on the young
Love's more comfortable the second time you fall Like a friendly home the second time you call Who can say what brought us to this miracle we've found? There are those who'll bet love comes but once, and yet I'm oh, so glad we met the second time around
Who can say what brought us to this miracle we've found? There are those who'll bet love comes but once, and yet I'm oh, so glad we met the second time around
Pianist of 1933 Casa Loma Orchestra, Jerry Livingston composer. Casa Loma in the castle hotel in Canada, orchestra that Clen Grey command had been playing jazz in the dance hall there. But the hotel closed for the Great Depression. When the band went on a North American tour reluctantly, rising star. Became the representative of the swing band. Livingston made this song has also been active in the field of film music.
Under a blanket of blue Just you and I beneath the stars Wrapped in the arms of sweet romance The night is ours yes Under a blanket of blue Let me be thrilled By all your charms Darling I know My heart will dance Within your arms yes Summer night is magic Enthralling me so The night would be tragic If you weren't here to share my dear Covered with Heaven above Let's dream a dream of love for two Wrapped in your arms of sweet romance Under a blanket of blue yes
Under a blanket of blue Just you and I beneath the stars Wrapped in the arms of sweet romance The night is ours
Under a blanket of blue Let me be thrilled By all your charms Dariling I know my heart will dance Within your arms A summer night's magic Enthralling me so The night would be tragic If you weren't here to share my dear Covered with Heaven above Let's dream a dream of love for two Wrapped in the arms of sweet romance Under a blanket of blue
A summer night7s magic oh yeah Enthralling me so The night would be tragic If you weren't here To share it my dear Covered with Heaven above Let's dream a dream of love for two Wrapped in the arms of sweet romance Under a blanket of blue Under a blanket of blue
Lazy Afternoon", a song from the 1954 Broadway musical The Golden Apple.
The musical premiered Off-Broadway in 1954 and then transferred to Broadway.
Temptation bluesy song with a languid atmosphere as a title. It's going to be this atmosphere and sing this song even "time. Tony Bennett is saying I do not know Have you made What kind of an image, but I and "I like this song. Is it a song of singer like, and whether the material Cuckoo indicating the ability of the singer, it's standard jazz many singers are singing, but the song like many of Duke Ellington, song lazy songs so popular in Japanese seems not.
It's a lazy afternoon And the beetle bugs are zooming And the tulip trees are blooming And there's not another human in view But us two
It's a lazy afternoon And the farmer leaves his reaping In the meadow cows are sleeping And the speckled trout start sleeping upstream As we dream
A fat pink cloud hangs over the hill Unfolding like a rose If you hold my hand and sit real still You can hear the grass as it grows
It's a hazy afternoon And I know a place that's quiet Except for daisies running riot And there's no one passing by it to see
"You're Blasé" is a jazz standard written in 1931 by Ord Hamilton (1900-1955) and R Bruce Sievier (1894-1953) and sung by Ella Fitzgerald on her albums Like Someone in Love (1957) and Take Love Easy (1973).
Sarah Vaughan recorded the song on her album How Long Has This Been Going On? (1978). Musicians on the recording were pianist Oscar Peterson, guitarist Joe Pass, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Louis Bellson. Julie London recorded the song on her first album Bethlehem's Girlfriends (1955) for Bethlehem Records.
Hamilton wrote the standard "My Sweet" (1932) and Sievier wrote the English version of "Parlez-moi d'amour" (1930) by Jean Lenoir.
You're deep just like a chasm You've no, enthusiasm You're tired and uninsipired. You're blase.
Your day is one of leisure In which you search for pleasure. You're bored when you're adored. You're blase.
While reaching for the moon, And the stars up in the sky, The simple things of normal life Are slowly passing by.
You sleep, the sun is shining; You wake, its time for dining. There's nothing new for you to do You're blase.
While reaching for the moon, And the stars up in the sky, The simple things of normal life Are slowly passing by.
You sleep, the sun is shining; You wake, its time for dining. There's nothing new for you to do You're blase. Blase.
George Olsen and His Orchestra released a version in 1932 that reached #1.
It has been recorded many times by many artists. Notable versions include: Billie Holiday - Lady Sings the Blues (2010 box set) Aretha Franklin for her album Laughing on the Outside (1962) Stacey Kent - The Boy Next Door (2003) Julie London on her 1955 LP album, Julie Is Her Name. Dinah Washington for her album In the Land of Hi-Fi (1956). Andy Williams for his album, Lonely Street (1959).
Say it isn't so. Say it isn't so. Everyone is saying you don't love me. Say it isn't so. Everywhere I go, everyone I know, whispered that You're growing tired of me. Say it isn't so.
People say that you found somebody new and it won't be long before you leave me. Say it isn't true.
Say that everything is still okay, that's all I want to know, And what they're saying, oh, please, say it isn't so.
People say that you found somebody new and it won't be long before you leave me. Say it isn't true. Say that everything is still okay, that's all I want to know, And what they're saying, please, say it isn't so.
Content "to loved with all your heart, you have forsaken me by creating a new lover. You. Not something fall again" mundane heartbreak song, and will not forget the extraordinary and yet AABA form, the usual is it is in the repetition casual part A of the second half. Even Kuchidzu's as it is, to be able to pronounce naturally really, "For I must have you or no one, And so I'm through with love." Japanese people will get used to a little good at the line here! And all of the break of the lyrics of part A look good as a "sigh". Become a real little by little during the 32 measures, and "sorrow abandoned to the other party was a ray" is, without claiming loudly, in turn back, chest becomes a Kyun completely.
I'm through with love I'll never fall again Said adieu to love Don't ever call again For I must have you or no one That's why I'm through with love
I've locked my heart I keep my feelings there I have stocked my heart Like an icy Frigadere For I need to care for no one That's why I'm through with love
Why did you lead me To think that you cared You didn't need me For you have your share Of slaves around you To hound you and swear Their deep devotion Emotion
Goodbye to Spring And all it meant to me It could never bring The things that used to be For I must have you or no one That's why I'm through with love
The original publication also credited singer Bee Palmer as co-composer. The song was published in 1930. The chorus uses virtually the same chord sequence as the 1925 composition "Has Anybody Seen My Gal?". The lyrics are an admonishment between parting lovers, where the singer asks the other to either speak nicely of her, or not at all.
Please don't talk about me when I'm gone Oh honey, though our friendship ceases from now on And listen, if you can't say anything real nice It's better not to talk at all is my advice
We're parting, you go your way I'll go mine It's best that we do Here's a kiss I hope that this brings lots of luck to you Oh makes no difference how I carry on Remember, please don't talk about me when I'm gone
We're parting, you go your way I'll go mine It's best that we do Here's a kiss I hope that this brings lots of luck to you Makes no difference how I carry on Remember, please don't talk about me Please don't talk about me Please don't talk about me when I'm gone
"Can't We Be Friends?" is a 1929 song written by Paul James and Kay Swift, introduced on Broadway in The Little Show by Libby Holman. It was later recorded by many artists such as Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, and Frank Sinatra. In fact, Ella and Frank sang this together (with special lyrics) on Frank's 1959 TV special.
I thought I'd found the man of my dreams. Now it seems, This is how the story ends: He's goin' to turn me down and say, "Can't We Be Friends?"
I thought for once it couldn't go wrong. Not for long! I can see the way this ends: Never again! Through with Love, Through with men! They play their game without shame, and who's to blame?
I thought I'd found a man I could trust. What a bust! This is how the story ends: He's goin' to turn me down and say, "Can't We Be Friends?"
I think this song is, whether we see somehow from the atmosphere, but to cut off the fetters of the party broke up, new season, I, and so romance ... new new, over the course of a positive look for in a season of coming spring it is a song are. But, the main character of this song hang their hope that "spring" it does not seem to be the first time. I'm waiting for the new spring and learned, this year even without the addition, while the never-ending cycle of unhappiness that is ... that in the spring that comes a year, is putting hope the same every time the "This time is".
Some other spring I’ll try to love Now I still cling To faded blossoms Fresh from worn Left chrushed and torn Like the love affair I mourn
Some other spring When twilight falls Will the night bring Another to me?
Not your kind But let me find It’s not true that love is blind Sunshine’s around me But deep in my heart it’s cold as ice Love, once you’ve found me But can that story unfold twice?
Some other spring Will my heart awake? Stirring to sing Love’s magic music Then forget the old duet Love in some other spring? Spring?