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Cole Porter Songbook

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Barbra Streisand with Ryan O'Neal  You're the Top (With Ryan O'Neal)   buy on itunes
Bobby Short  Dream Dancing   buy on itunes
Linda Ronstadt  Get Out of Town   buy on itunes
Jamie Cullum  I Get a Kick Out of You   buy on itunes
Natalie Cole  It's All Right With Me   buy on itunes
Patsy Cline  True Love   buy on itunes
Nat "King" Cole  Just One of Those Things   buy on itunes
Karrin Allyson  Night and Day   buy on itunes
Miles Davis  All of You   buy on itunes
Willie Nelson  Don't Fence Me In   buy on itunes
Shirley Horn  All Through the Night   buy on itunes
Ella Fitzgerald  Ace in the Hole   buy on itunes
Bobby Short  Why Shouldn't I   buy on itunes
Ella Fitzgerald  I Am In Love   buy on itunes
Bobby Short  I Hate You, Darling   buy on itunes
Betty Carter  Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love   buy on itunes
Sarah Vaughan & David Carroll Orchestra  Don't Look at Me That Way   buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra  Mind If I Make Love To You   buy on itunes
Morgana King  Ev'rything I Love   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  True Love   buy on itunes
Jim Hall  You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To   buy on itunes
Jorge Eduardo Velosa  So In Love   buy on itunes
Mickey Deems  Be Like the Bluebird   buy on itunes
Simply Red  Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye   buy on itunes
Robbie Williams  Well, Did You Evah   buy on itunes

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Vibrant voices have been serving up sizzling takes on Cole Porter’s tunes since the 1920s, but a new generation takes up the torch to interpret his evergreens for the 21st century. British boy wonder Jamie Cullum was just 24 when he bravely followed in Sinatra’s footsteps by swinging his way through “I Get a Kick Out of You” in 2003. Another English heartbreaker, Robbie Williams, was a 20-something, too, when he teamed with Jon Lovitz for a fresh take on the droll Frank/Bing duet from High Society “Well, Did You Evah.” And in ’08, when Natalie Cole crafted a GRAMMY®-winning sequel to her blockbuster album Unforgettable, Porter’s Can-Can paean to temptation “It’s All Right With Me” got a cool, coquette-ish update.
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