The song of the day for Monday, July 29, 2019, is “What a Little Moonlight Can Do.”
About This Song
“What a Little Moonlight Can Do” was written in 1934 by Harry M. Woods. This charming song was written while he was living and working temporarily in London at a British film studio as a composer. One of the songs he wrote was “What A Little Moonlight Can Do” for a movie called Road House. Billie Holiday, with Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra, recorded the song in 1935. You can listen to Lady Day’s version here.
About This Version
Tony Bennett recorded “What a Little Moonlight Can Do” in 1996 for his album of songs associated with Billie Holiday: Tony Bennett On Holiday.
“What a Little Moonlight Can Do,” as well as Tony Bennett on Holiday, is available from iTunes.