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Song of the Day #704

Song of the Day: We'll Be Together Again, words and music by Carl Fischer and singer Frankie Laine, was recorded by Tony Bennett and the great jazz pianist Bill Evans (audio clip at that link). This classic standard has also been recorded by Frankie Laine, Lena Horne, Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt, Cannonball Adderley (that's Nat Adderley on trumpet), Sammy Davis Jr. (with guitarist Laurindo Almeida), Stan Getz and Chet Baker, Stephane Grappelli, Marian McPartland (with Bruce Hornsby), the Four Freshmen, and the Stan Kenton Orchestra (audio clips at those links).