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Jerry Smith And His Pianos – Sweet 'N' Sassy, Sunrise Serenade. Label: ABC Records – 45-11230. Written-By – Frankie Carle, Jack Lawrence (2). 2:05. Written-By – Jerry Smith (4). 1:50.
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Sweet Serenade Lyrics. Come on, let's toast the champagne, this one's for the life Did everything you could to be here for the night Man, it feels good, everything is right Energy is strong enough to brighten city lights My whole team winning, no vision on quitting I'd rather say I did than let them busters say I didn't.
Sunrise Serenade" is a jazz song written by Frankie Carle with lyrics by Jack Lawrence. It was first recorded in 1939 by Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra with Carle on piano as Decca 2321. It soon became Carle's signature piece. Glenn Miller released a famous recording of it a few months later, arranged by Bill Finnegan, with "Moonlight Serenade" on the backside (Bluebird 10214).
Surrounded by strings and syrupy arrangements, Vaughan brings her lovely voice to bear on a dozen standards on Sweet 'N' Sassy. James Gavin's liner notes refers to the results as "mood music," a mellow variation on jazz that proved quite popular during the '50s and '60s. A relaxed, languid pace predominates pieces like "More Than You Know" and "Lazy Afternoon," while melancholy infuses "Slowly" and "Just Married Today
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