Cahn wrote a new verse for Frank Sinatra’s 1984 recording on L.A. Is My Lady, referencing Sinatra’s many love affairs.
The song was recorded several times in 1954 and 1955. The version by Janet Brace was apparently first, making the Billboard chart on 10/23/54 and eventually reaching No. 23. The most influential recording, an R&B top hit in 1954 by Dinah Washington, was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999. Another hit version of the song was recorded by The DeCastro Sisters, charting at number two in 1955 and covered by Al Jarreau in 1981 (Breakin’ Away)
Breakin’ Away is an album by Al Jarreau, released on June 30, 1981, through the Warner Bros. Records label. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA. Breakin’ Away was the best performance Al Jarreau had on the charts. It stayed on the Billboard 200 for 103 weeks and peaked at #9.The album also hit […]
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