" Fly Me to the Moon (...) is a song written in 1954 by Bart Howard. Kaye Ballard made the first recording of the song the year it was written. Since then, it has become a fre...Show More
How good is this? Two songs for the price of one. Just kidding. I remember this song from the mid '50's when Louis Prima and Keely Smith would show up on some TV show. It's a s...Show More
After the rain, I felt a little Jazzy. So Covered this one to warm up our hearts. Hope you enjoyed it. (Short n Sweet).
Hope you enjoy this old Ella Fitzgerald hit. Thanks for listening.
A re-mix of any older recording. Thanks to any listening~~~
"A Taste Of Honey" Tony Bennett
"Fifty Years: The Artistry of Tony Bennett Disc 2" Trk:20 2004
Bobby Scott; Ric Marlow
As many of you know, this is one of my favorite songs. I try to do a cover of it every few years. And it's been a while so I thought I'd give it a try. This famous tune has been su...Show More
I WANT A LITTLE SUGAR IN MY BOWL (1962 Blues, Soul) Nina Simone
A huge thank you to Jerry for sending me the backing track to this beautiful song.
(2009 Jazz) Melody Gardot
Looks like I am having a foolish good singing day (I think). - Just another song with Fool in the title.
MY VALENTINE__Paul McCartney (2012 Jazz)
First time Singing this! ..Just found it.
MY FUNNY VALENTINE (fr. The Fabulous Baker Boys)__Michelle Pfeiffer (1989 Jazz, Film) §
R.I.P - Vic Damone. we lost on Jan 11, 2018.
From the film of the same name starring Doris Day and Rock Hudson. Recorded in 1964 but not as a single.
Thanks for listening...Beryl x x x
Recorded in 1964 for the film of the same name starring Doris Day and Rock Hudson.
Hope you like my version. Thanks for listening...Beryl..x x
From the film of the same name, with Doris Day and Rock Hudson. Was recorded in 1964 on Columbia Records, but not released as a single.
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For the February - Love Song challenge - You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It) - this is the Patsy Cline track, of course I stray off-track. This is recorded live in my man...Show More
This is the 1955 jazzy Judy Garland version. The original track was by Al Jolson in the Broadway musical Sinbad in 1918. (I hope that's right). Hope you like my version...Thanks ...Show More
The middle eight is my buddie Satchmo's way of thanking Bubbadan for giving us all the chance to make new friends and the freedom to sing our socks off.
"I Will Wait for You" is the English version of "Je ne pourrai jamais vivre sans toi", a song from the French musical The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Les Parapluies...Show More
Happy New Year To All! Let's hope that this song is true. Bob
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