The song of the day for Thursday, January 28, 2021, is “All The Things You Are.”
About This Song
“All The Things You Are” was written by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein for the 1939 musical Very Warm For May. In American Popular Song, Alec Wilder considers it to be one of Kern’s finest songs and with good reason. It’s a beautiful tune and Hammerstein’s lyrics are excellent.
About This Version
Tony Bennett first recorded “All The Things You Are” in 1962 at his concert at Carnegie Hall, an abbreviated version of which was released on a 4-LP set as Tony Bennett at Carnegie Hall. The 1997 reissue on 2 CDs included the full concert. Ralph Sharon arranged and conducted the orchestra.
Listen to All The Things You Are (From “Very Warm For May”) – Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY – June 1962 on Spotify. Tony Bennett · Song · 1962.
“All The Things You Are,” as well as Tony Bennett at Carnegie Hall, is available from Apple Music.