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I Left My Heart In San Francisco

Tony Bennett

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Along with his producer, Ernest Altschuler, and his arranger/pianist, Ralph Sharon, Tony Bennett had been searching for a repertoire and a musical approach beyond his long-gone pop work with Mitch Miller of the early '50s and his artistically pleasing but commercially dicey jazz work of the mid- to late '50s. It seemed to be a combination of Broadway songs and other contemporary material, carefully selected and arranged to show off Bennett's now-burnished vocals, which, as he approached the end of his thirties, were starting to be located in a more comfortable range closer to a baritone than a tenor. With this album, they found the key, not only by happening across a signature song in the title track, but also in the approach to songs like "Once Upon a Time," a gem from the flop musical All American, and Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh's "The Best Is Yet to Come," which Bennett helped make a standard. (Frank Sinatra didn't do it until two years later.) From here on until the world changed again toward the late '60s, Bennett would not have to feel that he had to compromise his art for popularity, making up-tempo singles in an attempt to meet the marketplace while longing to do ballads and swing material instead. I Left My Heart In San Francisco, a gold-selling Top Ten hit that stayed in the charts almost three years, demonstrated that he could have it all. (Tony Bennett won two 1962 Grammy Awards for the title song: Record of the Year and Best Solo Vocal Performance, Male.)
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1
(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco Album Version
00:02:57

Tony Bennett, Performer - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Didier C. Deutsch, Mastering Engineer - Douglas Cross, Composer - Douglas Cross, Lyricist - George Cory, Composer - George Cory, Lyricist - Darcy Proper, Mastering Engineer

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

2
Once Upon a Time Album Version
00:03:03

Tony Bennett; Arranged & conducted by Marty Manning with Ralph Sharon, Performer - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Charles Strouse, Composer - Lee Adams, Lyricist

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

3
Tender Is the Night Album Version
00:02:43

Tony Bennett, Performer - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - P.F. Webster, Composer - P.F. Webster, Lyricist - Sammy Fain, Composer - Sammy Fain, Lyricist

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

4
Smile Album Version
00:02:54

Tony Bennet; Conducted by Johnny Mandel with Tommy Flanagan, Piano; Arranged by Al Cohn, Performer - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - Charlie Chaplin, Composer - Tony Bennett, Vocal - John Turner, Lyricist - Johnny Mandel, Conductor - Geoffrey Parsons, Lyricist - Tommy Flanagan, Piano - Al Cohn, Arranger

Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Love for Sale Album Version
00:03:12

Tony Bennett, Performer - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - C. Porter, Composer - C. Porter, Lyricist

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

6
Taking a Chance on Love Album Version
00:01:57

Tony Bennett, Performer - Tony Bennett, Vocal - J. Latouche, Composer - J. Latouche, Lyricist - Mitch Miller, Producer - T. Fetter, Composer - T. Fetter, Lyricist - Al Ham, Producer - V. Duke, Composer - V. Duke, Lyricist - Count Basie & His Orchestra, Performer

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

7
Candy Kisses Album Version
00:02:29

Tony Bennett, Performer - Tony Bennett, Vocal - G. Morgan, Composer - G. Morgan, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer

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

8
Have I Told You Lately? Album Version
00:02:43

Tony Bennett, Performer - Tony Bennett, Vocal - Harold Rome, Composer - Harold Rome, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer

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

9
Rules of the Road Album Version
00:02:38

Tony Bennett, Performer - Tony Bennett, Vocal - C. Leigh, Composer - C. Leigh, Lyricist - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - C. Coleman, Composer - C. Coleman, Lyricist

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

10
Marry Young Album Version
00:02:25

Tony Bennett, Performer - Tony Bennett, Vocal - C. Leigh, Composer - C. Leigh, Lyricist - Mitch Miller, Producer - C. Coleman, Composer - C. Coleman, Lyricist

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

11
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Album Version
00:02:45

Tony Bennett, Performer - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - J. McCarthy, Composer - J. McCarthy, Lyricist - H. Carroll, Composer - H. Carroll, Lyricist

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

12
The Best Is Yet to Come Album Version
00:02:28

Tony Bennett, Performer - Ernie Altschuler, Producer - C. Leigh, Composer - C. Leigh, Lyricist - C. Coleman, Composer - C. Coleman, Lyricist

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

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Along with his producer, Ernest Altschuler, and his arranger/pianist, Ralph Sharon, Tony Bennett had been searching for a repertoire and a musical approach beyond his long-gone pop work with Mitch Miller of the early '50s and his artistically pleasing but commercially dicey jazz work of the mid- to late '50s. It seemed to be a combination of Broadway songs and other contemporary material, carefully selected and arranged to show off Bennett's now-burnished vocals, which, as he approached the end of his thirties, were starting to be located in a more comfortable range closer to a baritone than a tenor. With this album, they found the key, not only by happening across a signature song in the title track, but also in the approach to songs like "Once Upon a Time," a gem from the flop musical All American, and Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh's "The Best Is Yet to Come," which Bennett helped make a standard. (Frank Sinatra didn't do it until two years later.) From here on until the world changed again toward the late '60s, Bennett would not have to feel that he had to compromise his art for popularity, making up-tempo singles in an attempt to meet the marketplace while longing to do ballads and swing material instead. I Left My Heart In San Francisco, a gold-selling Top Ten hit that stayed in the charts almost three years, demonstrated that he could have it all. (Tony Bennett won two 1962 Grammy Awards for the title song: Record of the Year and Best Solo Vocal Performance, Male.)
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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