If I Should Lose You

If I Should Lose You (m. Ralph Rainger, w. Leo Robin) was introduced in the film Rose of the Rancho, a romantic comedy about early Spanish settlers in California which starred John Boles and Metropolitan Opera star Gladys Swarthout in her film debut.

Charlie Parker – recorded during sessions of 30 November 1949 and released on the album Bird with Strings in 1950


Hank Mobley – Final track from the album Soul Station. Recorded at the Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey – 7 Feb 1960.
Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone); Wynton Kelly (piano); Paul Chambers (bass); Art Blakey (drums)


Grant Green – a track from the album Born To Be Blue, Blue Note Records 1962


Nina Simone – from, I think, the 1966 album Wild is the Wind


Carmen Macrae – date unknown


George Shearing – This recording appears as track 7 on the compilation album Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 6: Rhapsodesia (1996). But I believe it first appeared on the album Black Satin (1956).


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