Time After Time


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

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

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


Frank Sinatra accompanying himself on piano (dubbed by André Previn) in It Happened in Brooklyn (1947)


Kathryn Grayson, accompanied by Sinatra on piano (Previn dub)


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


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


margaret-whiting-1-hx8Johnny Mercer and Margaret Whiting

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


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)


Frank Sinatra with Nelson Riddle-01a

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



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)


Paul Desmond-1

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


Jimmy Smith – from the 1960 album Plain Talk


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)


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


Chet Baker – live in Belgium, 1964


Nancy Wilson – from her 1965 LP Gentle is My Love



Billy Stewart – from his 1966 album of standards, Unbelievable


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