My Favorite Things
My Favorite Things (m. Richard Rodgers, w. Oscar Hammerstein II) was introduced by Mary Martin and Patricia Neway in the original Broadway production of The Sound of Music, 1959.
The Hi-Lo’s – from their 1960 album Broadway Playbill
Julie Andrews and chorus — on the Garry Moore Show, 1961
Grant Green Quartet – Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 31 January 1962, originally released on Green’s album Oleo, 1962. The track is included on disc 2 of the 1997 Grant Green compilation The Complete Quartets with Sonny Clark.
- Sonny Clark (p)
- Grant Green(g)
- Sam Jones (b)
- Louis Hayes (d)
Jack Jones – from The Jack Jones Christmas Album, 1964
Betty Carter — recorded at Sound Makers, New York City, April 1964 — Betty Carter (vo) Harold Mabern (pf) Bob Cranshaw (b) Roy McCurdy (ds) Kenny Burrell (g)
Julie Andrews — from the soundtrack album (I think) of the 1965 film adaptation of The Sound of Music
We Five – from the album You Were On My Mind, 1965
Barbra Streisand — A Christmas Album, 1967
Tony Bennett – from Snowfall: The Tony Bennett Christmas Album, 1968
Video provider MidnightSwinger says,
October 1, 1968: Anthony Benedetto steps into CBS 30th Street Studio in New York to lay down six tracks for ‘Snowfall,’ his upcoming Christmas album (four songs having already been recorded in London during summer ’67). Each song is arranged and conducted by Robert Farnon, including this smashing big band arrangement of the ‘Sound of Music’ standard which would become the album’s kickoff track.
The New Swing Sextet — from their 1969 LP Swingin’ Along
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Lola, piano recital (HD)