I've Heard That Song Before (IHTSB) with Stephanie Robinson
I've Heard That Song Before (IHTSB) with Stephanie Robinson

IHTSB Apr 9, 2023

Our selection today features musicians and singers in recordings between 1929 and 1962. Fats Waller starts us off in his inimitable style with “You Had An Evening To Spare” from 1938. Among the lovely voices in our line up we’ll hear from Helen Forrest, Doris Day, Ethel Waters and Bobby Darin. In recordings from the 1940s and 1950s, Sidney Bechet, Armand Hug and Bud Freeman showcase some fine jazz along with their small jazz groups. And we’ll conclude with the delightful voice of Tony Bennett from 1951. Enjoy the wonderful music!

Artist Year Song Time

  1. Fats Waller 1938 You Had An Evening To Spare 2:51
  2. Andre Previn, Doris Day 1962 Nobody’s Heart 3:55
  3. Billy Butterfield 1946 Embraceable You 3:12
  4. Beryl Davis 1947 They Didn’t Believe Me 3:18
  5. Ethel Waters 1929 Am I Blue? 3:18
  6. Imperial Dance Orchestra 1932 Dream Sweetheart 2:39
  7. Ben Selvin & His Orchestra 1930 Sweepin’ The Clouds Away 3:31
  8. Bobby Darin 1962 A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square 3:02
  9. Armand Hug 1950 Sweetheart of All My Dreams 2:33
  10. Sidney Bechet 1951 Avalon 4:56
  11. Bud Freeman 1940 Shiim-Me-Sha-Wabble 2:55
  12. Helen Forrest 1942 I Can’t Begin to Tell You 2:59
  13. Tony Bennett 1951 Because of You 3:00
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