The song of the day for Monday, April 12, 2021, is “I’ve Got Just About Everything.”
About This Song
Written by the marvelous jazz pianist and composer Bob Dorough, “I’ve Got Just About Everything” is a true joy to listen to. In his liner notes for Forty/Fifty Years: The Artistry of Tony Bennett, Bennett says that “this one explains how a singer feels when he sings a song everyone likes.” This song has been recorded by composer Dorough, Ann Hampton Calloway, and even Tuck and Patti.
About This Version
Tony Bennett recorded “I’ve Got Just About Everything” in 1964 for his album When Lights Are Low, featuring a Ralph Sharon arrangement. The Ralph Sharon Trio backs Bennett on this album, with Sharon on piano, Hal Gaylord on bass, and Billy Exiner on drums. Gaylord’s bass is especially good on this cut.
Listen to I’ve Got Just About Everything on Spotify. Tony Bennett · Song · 1964.
“I’ve Got Just About Everything,” as well as When Lights Are Low, is available from Apple Music.