There Will Never Be Another You

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"There Will Never Be Another You"
Music byHarry Warren
Lyrics byMack Gordon
Published1942
LanguageEnglish
Original artistJoan Merrill
 
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"There Will Never Be Another You"
Music byHarry Warren
Lyrics byMack Gordon
Published1942
LanguageEnglish
Original artistJoan Merrill

"There Will Never Be Another You" is a popular song with music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Mack Gordon for the Twentieth Century Fox musical Iceland (1942) starring Sonja Henie and John Payne. The songs in the film featured Joan Merrill accompanied by Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra.[1] The song was published in 1942, and is at least since the 1950s and Chet Baker's 1954 recording one of the widely known and performed standards of the jazz repertoire.[2]

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There Will Never Be Another You on tenor saxophone.

Recorded versions[edit]

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DateMain recording artistFeatured vocalists / instrumentalAlbum title, notes
1942Joan Merrill with Sammy Kaye and His OrchestraJoan MerrillFrom 20th Century Fox musical film Iceland.[1] Released on Bluebird #11574[3]
1942Teddy Powell and His Orchestra(instrumental)Recorded July 17, 1942, released on Bluebird #11568[3]
1942Woody Herman and His Orchestra(instrumental)Recorded July 24, 1942, released as 78 by Decca[4]
1942Tommy TuckerTommy TuckerRecorded July 31, 1942, released on Okeh #6702[5]
1943Sammy Kaye and His OrchestraNancy Norman
19??Gordon Jenkins & His Orchestra(instrumental)Released as 78 on Capitol #119[6]
1950Andrews Sisters with Gordon Jenkins and His OrchestraAndrews SistersReleased as single B-side (w/ "Can't We Talk It Over") by Decca (#9-27115); the song is part of several Best-Of albums.
1950Lionel Hampton Quintet(instrumental)Recorded January 16, 1950, released as 78 by Decca[7]
1950Sonny Stitt Quartet(instrumental)Recorded June 28, 1950, released on 1958 compilation album Stitt's Bits
1952Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio(instrumental)Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio
1953Art Tatum(instrumental)Recorded December 28/29, 1953, reissued on several compilations, e.g. The Tatum Solo Masterpieces
1954Chet BakerChet BakerChet Baker Sings, released 1956
1955Nat King Cole with Nelson RiddleNat King ColeNat King Cole Sings for Two in Love; version featured in the film The World According to Garp (1982)
1956Count Basie and Joe WilliamsJoe WilliamsThe Greatest!! Count Basie Plays, Joe Williams Sings Standards
1956Doris Day with Paul WestonDoris DayRecorded Sept. 17-20, 1956, arranged and conducted by Paul Weston, rel. on Day by Day (Columbia CL-942)
1956Hank Mobley Sextet (with Donald Byrd)(instrumental)The Jazz Message of Hank Mobley
1956Rita ReysRita ReysThe Cool Voice of Rita Reys
1956Stan Getz Quartet(instrumental)The Steamer
1957Buddy Collette Quartet(instrumental)Nice Day with Buddy Collette
1957Four FreshmenFour FreshmenFour Freshmen and Five Trumpets
1957Jackie and Roy with Bill Holman's OrchestraJackie and RoyFree and Easy!
1958Max Roach Quintet (with Booker Little)(instrumental)Deeds, Not Words
1958Peter Nero and His Trio(instrumental)Our Love Is Here to Stay (B-side features Mike Di Napoli's The Magic Rhythms)
1959Sonny Rollins Trio(instrumental)St Thomas - Sonny Rollins Trio in Stockholm 1959 (1984)
1950sJohnny Dankworth(instrumental)Appears on the 2010 compilation CD Too Cool for the Blues
1961Frank Sinatra with Orchestra arranged and conducted by Axel StordahlFrank SinatraPoint of No Return (Capitol Records #1676)
1961Shirley Bassey with Geoff Love and His OrchestraShirley BasseyShirley
1963Doc Severinsen and His Orchestra(instrumental)Torch Songs for Trumpet
1963Gary Burton, Sonny Rollins, Clark Terry(instrumental)3 in Jazz
1965Nancy WilsonNancy WilsonGentle Is My Love
1965Sammy Davis, Jr.Sammy Davis, Jr.When the Feeling Hits You!
1965Sonny Rollins(instrumental)There Will Never Be Another You , released in 1978
1966Chris MontezChris MontezReleased as single coupled with hit[8] "The More I See You", LP The More I See You released the same year
1966Don Patterson Trio(instrumental)First issued on the CD release of Soul People (1993)
1967Andy WilliamsAndy WilliamsLove, Andy
1967Julie LondonJulie LondonNice Girls Don't Stay for Breakfast
1973André Previn & Peter Nero(instrumental)The Magic Moods of Andre Previn & Peter Nero
1973George Benson, George Duvivier, Al Harewood, Mickey Tucker(instrumental)Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon Vol. I, released 1981
1974Chet Baker and Lee Konitz(instrumental)In Concert (first issued on the expanded CD rerelease in 1992)
1970/80Tito MinaTito MinaFilipino version released sometime in the late 70s / early 80s(?), played in a samba mood
1994Rosemary ClooneyRosemary ClooneyDemi-Centennial, another version on The Rosemary Clooney Show Songs from the Classic Television Series[9]
2004Caetano VelosoCaetano VelosoA Foreign Sound
2012Matt Dusk with Arturo SandovalMatt DuskMy Funny Valentine: The Chet Baker Songbook
2013Eliane EliasEliane EliasI Thought About You (A Tribute to Chet Baker)
2013Paul Kuhn(instrumental)The L.A. Session

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Joan Merrill at JazzStandards.com
  2. ^ "There Will Never Be Another You" at JazzStandards.com
  3. ^ a b Bluebird Records in the 11500 to 11590 series
  4. ^ Decca Records in the 18000 to 18499 series
  5. ^ Okeh Records in the 6500 to 6999 series
  6. ^ Capitol Records in the 100 to 499 series
  7. ^ Decca Records in the 27000 to 27495 series
  8. ^ "Chris Montez > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles". Allmusic. 
  9. ^ 3/7/04 - The Rosemary Clooney: Show Songs from the Classic Television Series

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