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The Great American Songbook & Jazz Repertoire

What Is This Thing Called Love

                   Composer: Cole Porter; Arranger: Nelson Riddle
              Musicians:  Frank Sinatra (vocals); Nelson Riddle Orchestra; George Van Eps (guitar); Erno Neufeld,
              Samuel Cytron, Robert Gross, Alex Murray, Paul Nero, Henry Hill, Mischa Russell, Dan Lube, Victor Bay,
              Alex Beller, Harold Dicterow, David Frisina, Felix Slatkin, Paul C. Shure, Marshall Sosson,
              Harry Bluestone (violin); Maxine Johnson, Paul Robyn, Dave Sterkin, Milton Thomas, Alvin Dinkin (viola);
              Ennio Bolognini, Ray Kramer, Eleanor Slatkin, Cy Bernard (cello); Kathryn Julye (harp); Mahlon Clark,
              Justin Gordon, Warren Webb, Robert Lawson (reeds); Wilbur Schwartz (reeds, alto saxophone);
              Harry Klee (alto saxophone); Ted Nash, Babe Russin (tenor saxophone); Morton Friedman (baritone saxophone);
              Shorty Sherock, Harry "Sweets" Edison, John Best, Zeke Zarchy, Conrad Gozzo, Mickey Mangano, Mannie Klein
              (trumpet); Dick Noel, Paul Tanner, Jim Priddy, Juan Tizol, Francis Howard, Milt Bernhart (trombone);
              George Roberts (bass trombone); William "Bill" Miller (piano); Joe Comfort (bass); Irving Cottler, Alvin Stoller,
              (drums), Frank Flynn (percussion)
              Recording: In the Wee Small Hours, 1955

What Is This Thing Called Love

                   Composer: Cole Porter
              Musicians:  Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone); Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Jimmy Rowles (piano);
              Leroy Vinnegar (bass); Mel Lewis (drums)
              Recording: Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster, 1959

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