Time After Time

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Frank Sinatra "It Happened in Brooklyn" (1947)-1

Time After Time (m. Jule Styne, w. Sammy Cahn) — introduced by Frank Sinatra and reprised by Kathryn Grayson in the 1947 film It Happened in Brooklyn

Frank Sinatra – recorded 24 October 1946, arrangement: Axel Stordahl

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Teddy Wilson Quartet featuring Sarah Vaughan – recorded in New York in November 1946 — Teddy Wilson – p, Charlie Ventura – ts, Remo Palmieri –  g, Billy Taylor – b, Sarah Vaughn – vo

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Kathryn Grayson — from It Happened in Brooklyn (1947)

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Steve Conway — issued in August 1947 on (UK) Columbia FB.3326, as the B-side of “Beware My Heart” (Sam Coslow)

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margaret-whiting-1-hx8Johnny Mercer and Margaret Whiting

Magaret Whiting – c. 1954 – recently used in the soundtrack of the film Julie & Julia (2009)

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Chet Baker – recorded in Los Angeles, CA, 15 February 1954; released on the album Chet Baker Sings — Chet Baker  (tp), Russ Freeman (p), Carson Smith (b), Bob Neal (d), overdubs: Bill Perkins (ts)

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Frank Sinatra with Nelson Riddle-01a

Frank Sinatra – recorded on 25 November 1957; arranged by Nelson Riddle

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1963 Stardust (LP)-John Coltrane-Prestige PR 7268, PrLP 7268

John Coltrane — recorded on 26 December 1958, at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ; issued on the 1963 LP Stardust, Prestige PR 7268, Prestige PRLP 7268 — John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Red Garland (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Art Taylor (drums)

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Paul Desmond-1

Paul Desmond — from the 1960 LP First Place Again, Warner Bros. WS 1356

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Jimmy Smith – from the 1960 album Plain Talk

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Lou Donaldson recorded in NYC on 17 July 1963, album: Signifyin’, 1963 — Tommy Turrentine (tp), Lou Donaldson (as), John Patton (org), Roy Montrell (b), Ben Dixon (d)

Full album video — “Time After Time” begins at 7:00, following the title track

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Judy Garland — from The Judy Garland Show, Episode 26; taped on 13 March 1964 and aired on 29 March 1964

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Chet Baker – live in Belgium, 1964

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Nancy Wilson – from her 1965 LP Gentle is My Love

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Billy Stewart – from his 1966 album of standards, Unbelievable

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