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Tony Bennett : the complete improv recordings [electronic resource].

Author/Creator:
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979.
Standardized Title:
Musical comedies. Selections; arranged
Publication:
Beverly Hills, CA : Concord Jazz, 2004.
Series:
Jazz music library
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource.
Subjects:
Jazz vocals.
Musicals -- Excerpts, Arranged.
Popular music -- United States.
Contents:
Life is beautiful
All mine
Bridges (Travessia)
Reflections
Experiment
This funny world
As time goes by
I used be color blind
Lost in the stars
There'll be some changes made
Cole Porter medley: What is this thing called love / Love for sale / You'd be so nice to come home to / Easy to love / It's alright with me / Night and day / Dream dancing / I've got you under my skin / Get out of town / What is this thing called love
There's always tomorrow
One
Mr. Magic
This can't be love
Blue moon
The lady is a tramp
Lover
Manhattan
Spring is here
Have you met Miss Jones?
Isn't it romantic?
Wait tilyou see her
I could write a book
Thou swell
The most beautiful girl in the world
There's a small hotel
I've got five dollars
You took advantage of me
I wish I were in love again
This funny world
My heart stood still
My romance
Mountain greenery
This can't be love [alternate, take #1]
I could write a book [alternate, take #2]
Thou swell [alternate, take #1]
The most beautiful girl in the world [alternate, take #4]
I wish I were in love again [alternate, take #3]
The bad and the beautiful
Lucky to be me
Make someone happy
You're nearer
A child is born
The two lonely people
You don't know what love is
Maybe September
Lonely girl
You must believe in spring
Who can I turn to?
Dream dancing
The bad and the beautiful [alternate, take #1]
The bad and the beautiful [alternate, take #2]
Make someone happy [alternate, take #5]
You're nearer [alternate, take #9]
A child is born [alternate, take #2]
A child is born [alternate, take #7]
Two lonely people [alternate, take #5]
You don't know what love is [alternate, take #16]
You don't know what love is [alternate, take #18]
Maybe September [alternate, take #5]
Maybe September [alternate, take #8]
Lonely girl [alternate, take #1]

You must believe in spring [alternate, take #1]
You must believe in spring [alternate, take #4]
Who can I turn to?
Watch what happens
Softly, as in a morning sunrise [instrumental]
Stompin' at the Savoy [instrumental]
While we're young
In a mellow tone
It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing) [instrumental]
Let's do it [instrumental]
'S wonderful
I left my heart in San Francisco.
Participant:
Sung by Tony Bennett, with the Ruby Braff/George Barnes Quartet (Ruby Braff, cornet ; George Barnes, Wayne Wright, guitars ; John Giuffrida, bass.
Notes:
Originally issued as compact disc.
Program notes by Will Friedwald on insert.
Recorded: CBS Recording Studios, New York City, July 12 and 16, 1973.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Jazz music library). Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Bennett, Tony, 1926-
Hart, Lorenz, 1895-1943.
Alexander Street Press.
Ruby Braff-George Barnes Quartet.
Other format:
CCD4-2255-2
OCLC:
689539928
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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