On the Street Where You Live

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On the Street Where You Live (m. Frederick Leowe, w. Alan Jay Lerner) was introduced in the 1956 Broadway musical My Fair Lady where it was sung by John Michael King, portraying the character Freddy Eynsford-Hill

John Michael King – from My Fair Lady (1956) original Broadway cast recording

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Vic Damone with Percy Faith and His Orchestra – 1956, #4 hit on the Billboard singles chart

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Shelly Manne & His Friends – 1956

Wikipedia says,

My Fair Lady, recorded by “Shelly Manne & His Friends” and released in 1956 by Contemporary Records, is the first album ever made consisting entirely of jazz versions of tunes from a single Broadway musical.[2] It was an instant hit and became one of the best-selling jazz albums of its day.[3] — Wikipedia

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Jonah Jones — from the 1957 LP Jonah Jones: Muted Jazz

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George Shearing – from The Shearing Piano, 1957, an album of solo piano pieces. According to a comment on the second video, Shearing references a theme by Francis Poulenc, “Trois Mouvements Perpétuels,” in the intro and in the conclusion.

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Chet Baker – album: Chet Baker Plays the Best of Lerner & Loewe, 1959

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Nat King Cole – recorded 11 September 1963 for his album Sings My Fair Lady, released in 1964

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From the film version of My Fair Lady (1964) — performed by Jeremy Brett, dubbed by Bill Shirley

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David Matthews and Friends

Uploaded by , 15 August 2009

A group of musicians associated with the Manhattan Jazz Orchestra, with special guest Jazz legend Hank Jones: piano; featuring Jim Pugh: trombone, Ryan Kisor: trumpet, Andy Snitzer: tenor sax, Terry Silverlight: drums and Chip Jackson: bass

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