The song of the day for Saturday, February 16, 2019, is “The Lady is a Tramp.”
About This Song
Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart wrote “The Lady is a Tramp” in 1937 for the Broadway musical Babes In Arms, where it was introduced by Mitzi Green. The song was meant as a spoof on the high society of New York, where the singer is clear about what she likes to do, no matter what everyone else is doing. “The Lady Is A Tramp” has been sung by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, and Lena Horne. More recently, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga sang a duet of this song on their 2011 album Duets II.
About This Version
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga recorded “The Lady is a Tramp” in 2011 for the album Duets II. It was the first time the pair worked together; in 2014 the duo released an album together: Cheek to Cheek. The excellent arrangement of “The Lady is a Tramp” is by the great Marion Evans.
The Lady is a Tramp
The Lady is a Tramp, a song by Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga on Spotify
“The Lady is a Tramp,” as well as Duets II, is available from iTunes.
And here’s our Saturday video–turquoise hair and all!
Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga – The Lady is a Tramp (from Duets II: The Great Performances)
Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga’s official music video for ‘The Lady Is A Tramp’. Click to listen to Tony Bennett on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/TonyBennettSpotify?IQid=TonyBLIAT As featured on Duets II.
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