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A Bouquet Of Standards



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Ten irresistible cuts straight out of the Great American Songbook! In 1936, composer Jerome Kern and lyricist Dorothy Fields wrote the jazz standard The Way You Look Tonight. It was first popularized by Fred Astaire but was later recorded by dozens of artists, including Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, and Tony Bennett. In 1964, Sinatra would record The Best Is Yet To Come, a Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh composition that appeared on his 1964 album It Might As Well Be Spring. It would later become the last song Ol Blue Eyes ever performed in public. Sing these and other timeless jazz and pop standards.


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