Saturday, January 26, 2013

Saturday morning tunes: With all of your faults, it's you I adore

I'm in the recording studio with my mates today, getting the pilot episode of our drama podcast in the can. (Details about that project in the near future)

So here's another guy in the studio. From the never-sufficiently-revered “A Little Touch of Schmillson in the Night” -- the first and best of the Standard Songbook Albums by a rocker, recorded in 1973 -- here's Harry Nilsson crooning “It Had to Be You,” “Always,” and “Makin' Whoopee,” arranger Gordon Jenkins, conducting the orchestra, was a collaborator with Frank Sinatra.

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