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At Carnegie Hall - Recorded Live - June 9, 1962

Tony Bennett with Ralph Sharon and His Orchestra

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Recorded on June 9, 1962, one week before the release of the I Left My Heart in San Francisco album that would catapult Tony Bennett's career into the stratosphere, this concert album effectively sums up his accomplishments so far. Some of the hits -- "Stranger in Paradise," "Rags to Riches," "Because of You" -- are still on the set list (although drastically rearranged), but clearly he has found his true repertoire in reinventions of older material like "All the Things You Are" (the version here is exquisite) and good choices of new songs -- he champions the team of Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, and introduces "San Francisco," which some in the audience already know. (Released as a single in advance of the San Francisco album, it was in the charts already.) And on the album's original four LP sides, Bennett managed to find time for such experiments as an up-tempo "Ol' Man River" featuring percussionist Candido, a throwback to his innovative Beat of My Heart album. More than his greatest-hits collections of the '50s and early '60s, it gives a broad sense of Bennett's work, and it does so in the format with which he's most comfortable -- live in concert.
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1
Introduction / Lullaby Of Broadway (From "Forty Second Street") Album Version
00:02:24

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - H. Warren, Composer - H. Warren, Lyricist - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - A. Dubin, Lyricist - A. Dubin, Composer - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Just In Time (From "Bells Are Ringing") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:02:21

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Betty Comden, Composer - Betty Comden, Lyricist - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Jule Styne, Composer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet - Adolph Green, Composer - Adolph Green, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
All The Things You Are (From "Very Warm For May") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:03:10

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - O. Hammerstein II, Composer - O. Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - J. Kern, Composer - J. Kern, Lyricist - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Fascinating Rhythm (From "Lady, Be Good") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:01:18

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - G. Gershwin, Composer - G. Gershwin, Lyricist - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - I. Gershwin, Composer - I. Gershwin, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division Sony Music Entertainment

5
Stranger In Paradise (From "Kismet") Album Version
00:03:18

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - G. Forrest, Composer - G. Forrest, Lyricist - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - A. Borodin, Composer - A. Borodin, Lyricist - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - R. WRIGHT, Lyricist - R. WRIGHT, Composer - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Our Love Is Here to Stay (From "The Goldwyn Follies") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:02:12

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - G. Gershwin, Composer - G. Gershwin, Lyricist - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - I. Gershwin, Composer - I. Gershwin, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division Sony Music Entertainment

7
Love Look Away (From "Flower Drum Song") Album Version
00:02:25

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - R. RODGERS, Composer - R. RODGERS, Lyricist - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - O. Hammerstein II, Composer - O. Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Climb Ev'ry Mountain (From "The Sound Of Music") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:02:11

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - R. RODGERS, Composer - R. RODGERS, Lyricist - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - O. Hammerstein II, Composer - O. Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Medley: Put On A Happy Face/Comes Once In A Lifetime Album Version
00:02:07

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Betty Comden, Lyricist - Betty Comden, Composer - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Jule Styne, Composer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - L. Adams, Composer - L. Adams, Lyricist - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - C. Strouse, Composer - C. Strouse, Lyricist - Adolph Green, Composer - Adolph Green, Lyricist - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
My Ship (From "Lady In The Dark") Album Version
00:02:39

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - I. Gershwin, Composer - I. Gershwin, Lyricist - Kurt Weill (1900-1950), Composer - Kurt Weill (1900-1950), Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Speak Low (From "One Touch Of Venus") Album Version
00:02:01

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - O. Nash, Composer - O. Nash, Lyricist - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Kurt Weill (1900-1950), Composer - Kurt Weill (1900-1950), Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Lost In The Stars (From "Lost In The Stars") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:03:36

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Kurt Weill (1900-1950), Composer - Kurt Weill (1900-1950), Lyricist - M. Anderson, Composer - M. Anderson, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
Always (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:01:43

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - I. Berlin, Composer - I. Berlin, Lyricist - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
Anything Goes (From "Anything Goes") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:01:36

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Vocal - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - C. Porter, Composer - C. Porter, Lyricist - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

15
Ol' Man River (From "Show Boat") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:02:52

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - O. Hammerstein II, Composer - O. Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - J. Kern, Composer - J. Kern, Lyricist - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
Lazy Afternoon (From "The Golden Apple") Album Version
00:02:42

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - J. Latouche, Composer - J. Latouche, Lyricist - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - J. Moross, Composer - J. Moross, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
Sometimes I'm Happy (From "Hit The Deck") Album Version
00:02:28

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - I. Caesar, Composer - I. Caesar, Lyricist - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - V. Youmans, Composer - V. Youmans, Lyricist - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - C. Grey, Composer - C. Grey, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

18
Have I Told You Lately? (From "I Can Get It For You Wholesale") Album Version
00:03:02

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - H. ROME, Composer - H. ROME, Lyricist - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

19
That Old Black Magic Album Version
00:01:24

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - H. Arlen, Composer - H. Arlen, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - J. Mercer, Composer - J. Mercer, Lyricist - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

20
A Sleepin' Bee (From "House Of Flowers") Album Version
00:02:57

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - T. Capote, Composer - T. Capote, Lyricist - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - H. Arlen, Composer - H. Arlen, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

21
I've Got The World On A String (From "I'll Get By") Album Version
00:03:03

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - T. Koehler, Composer - T. Koehler, Lyricist - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - H. Arlen, Composer - H. Arlen, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

22
What Good Does It Do (From "Jamaica") Album Version
00:03:53

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - H. Arlen, Composer - H. Arlen, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - E.Y. Harburg, Composer - E.Y. Harburg, Lyricist - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

23
One For My Baby (And One More for the Road) (FROM "The Sky's the Limit") (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:02:35

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - H. Arlen, Composer - H. Arlen, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - J. Mercer, Composer - J. Mercer, Lyricist - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

DISQUE 2

1
This Could Be The Start Of Something Big Album Version
00:01:36

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - S. Allen, Lyricist - S. Allen, Composer - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Without A Song (From "Great Day!") Album Version
00:03:04

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - V. Youmans, Composer - V. Youmans, Lyricist - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - B. Rose, Composer - B. Rose, Lyricist - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - E. Eliscu, Composer - E. Eliscu, Lyricist - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Toot Toot Tootsie (Goodbye) (From "Bombo") Album Version
00:01:29

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - E. Erdman, Composer - E. Erdman, Lyricist - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - G. Kahn, Composer - G. Kahn, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - T. Fiorito, Composer - T. Fiorito, Lyricist - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
It Amazes Me Album Version
00:03:19

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - C. Leigh, Composer - C. Leigh, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - C. Coleman, Composer - C. Coleman, Lyricist - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
The Rules Of The Road Album Version
00:02:25

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - C. Leigh, Composer - C. Leigh, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - C. Coleman, Composer - C. Coleman, Lyricist - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Firefly Album Version
00:01:07

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - C. Leigh, Composer - C. Leigh, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - C. Coleman, Composer - C. Coleman, Lyricist - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
The Best Is Yet To Come Album Version
00:02:36

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - C. Leigh, Composer - C. Leigh, Lyricist - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - C. Coleman, Composer - C. Coleman, Lyricist - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco Album Version
00:02:55

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - G. Cory, Composer - G. Cory, Lyricist - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - D. Cross, Composer - D. Cross, Lyricist - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Medley: (I Like New York In June) How About You/April In Paris Album Version
00:02:40

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - B. Lane, Composer - B. Lane, Lyricist - V. Duke, Composer - V. Duke, Lyricist - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ralph Freed, Composer - Ralph Freed, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - E.Y. Harburg, Lyricist - E.Y. Harburg, Composer - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Chicago (That Toddlin' Town) Album Version
00:01:23

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - F. Fisher, Composer - F. Fisher, Lyricist - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Solitude Album Version
00:03:37

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - I. Mills, Composer - I. Mills, Lyricist - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - E.K. Ellington, Composer - E.K. Ellington, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - E. DeLange, Composer - E. DeLange, Lyricist - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
I'm Just A Lucky So And So Album Version
00:02:31

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - E.K. Ellington, Composer - E.K. Ellington, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - M. David, Composer - M. David, Lyricist - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
Taking A Chance On Love (From "Cabin In The Sky") Album Version
00:01:35

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Tony Bennett with Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - John LaTouche, Composer - John LaTouche, Lyricist - Veron Duke, Composer - Veron Duke, Lyricist - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Ted Fetter, Composer - Ted Fetter, Lyricist - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?) Album Version
00:02:25

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - H. Warren, Composer - H. Warren, Lyricist - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - M. Gordon, Composer - M. Gordon, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

15
Pennies From Heaven (From "Pennies From Heaven") Album Version
00:02:21

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - J. Burke, Composer - J. Burke, Lyricist - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - A. Johnston, Composer - A. Johnston, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
Rags To Riches Album Version
00:01:09

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - J. Ross, Composer - J. Ross, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - R. Adler, Composer - R. Adler, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
Blue Velvet Album Version
00:02:44

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - L. Morris, Composer - L. Morris, Lyricist - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - B. Wayne, Composer - B. Wayne, Lyricist - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

18
Smile (From "Modern Times") Album Version
00:01:26

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - C. Chaplin, Composer - C. Chaplin, Lyricist - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - J. TURNER, Composer - J. TURNER, Lyricist - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - G. Parsons, Composer - G. Parsons, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

19
Because of You (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY - June 1962) Album Version
00:01:42

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - T. Wilkinson, Composer - T. Wilkinson, Lyricist - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - A. Hammerstein, Composer - A. Hammerstein, Lyricist - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

20
Sing You Sinners (From "Honey") Album Version
00:01:40

Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - W.F. HARLING, Composer - W.F. HARLING, Lyricist - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - S. Coslow, Composer - S. Coslow, Lyricist - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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De Glory Road Album Version
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Candido, Congas - Candido, Bongos - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Don DeVito, Executive Producer - J. Wolfe, Composer - J. Wolfe, Lyricist - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Piano - Ralph Sharon & His Orchestra, Performer - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Joe Malinaggi, Violin - Joe Soldo, Flute - Joe Soldo, Alto Saxophone - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Tony Bennett, Performer - Danny Bennett, Executive Producer - Sol Schlinger, Baritone Saxophone - Sol Schlinger, Bass Clarinet - Dick Meldonian, Flute - Dick Meldonian, Alto Saxophone - C. Wood, Composer - C. Wood, Lyricist - Berl Snyder, Violin - Murray Zimney, Edited By - Thomas Ruff, Mixing Engineer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Billy Exiner, Drums - Romeo Penque, Flute - Romeo Penque, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Rosengarden, Percussion - Bob Rosengarden, Timpani - Nick Travis, Trumpet - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Al Cohn, Tenor - Anthony Sophos, Acoustic Cello - Jack Lesburg, Bass - Sy Berger, Trombone - Al De Risi, Trumpet - Frank Laico, Recording Engineer - Alfred Brown, Viola - Mel Davis, Trumpet

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

Recorded on June 9, 1962, one week before the release of the I Left My Heart in San Francisco album that would catapult Tony Bennett's career into the stratosphere, this concert album effectively sums up his accomplishments so far. Some of the hits -- "Stranger in Paradise," "Rags to Riches," "Because of You" -- are still on the set list (although drastically rearranged), but clearly he has found his true repertoire in reinventions of older material like "All the Things You Are" (the version here is exquisite) and good choices of new songs -- he champions the team of Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, and introduces "San Francisco," which some in the audience already know. (Released as a single in advance of the San Francisco album, it was in the charts already.) And on the album's original four LP sides, Bennett managed to find time for such experiments as an up-tempo "Ol' Man River" featuring percussionist Candido, a throwback to his innovative Beat of My Heart album. More than his greatest-hits collections of the '50s and early '60s, it gives a broad sense of Bennett's work, and it does so in the format with which he's most comfortable -- live in concert.
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