BYE BYE BLACKBIRD

Latest update on 01/12/2017

Artist: Sam Lanin Orch.
Author: Mort Dixon/Ray Henderson
Label: Domino
Year: 1926

Was also released on Imperial, Regal, Bell, Banner and Puritan. Vocal: Arthur Hall. Same recording as Bob Green Dance Orch. for the Broadway label. Coauthor Ray Henderson also wrote Sonny Boy (Al Jolson) and The Thrill Is Gone (see there).

Covers:

1926:

Gene Austin

1926:

George Olsen

1926:

Nick Lucas

1926:

Leo Reisman

1926:

Eddie Cantor & The Duncan Sisters

1926:

Willy Derby [as 's Avonds In De Maneschijn]

1927:

Joséphine Baker

1948:

Ames Brothers

1948:

Russ Morgan

1955:

Peggy Lee

1956:

Miles Davis

1957:

Julie London

1957:

John Coltrane

1958:

Art Mooney

1960:

Rosemary Clooney

1961:

Les McCann

1961:

Mitch Miller

1961:

Sacha Distel [as Bye bye baby]

1962:

Everly Brothers

1962:

Nina Simone

1963:

Albert Ayler

1963:

Sammy Davis Jr.

1963:

Trini Lopez

1964:

Chet Baker

1964:

Oscar Peterson

1966:

Mickie Finn

1966:

José Feliciano

1968:

Ruth Brown

1969:

Joe Cocker [later also in film Sleepless In Seattle]

1970:

Ringo Starr

1972:

Liza Minnelli

1973:

Rashaan Roland Kirk

1980:

Jason Robarts [as Howard Hughes in film Melvin And Howard]

1986:

Toots Thielemans

1991:

Keith Jarrett [title track album, dedicated to Miles Davis who passed away a few days before]

1991:

Rickie Lee Jones

1991:

Ben Sidran

1996:

Tiny Tim with Brave Combo

2004:

Alison Moyet

2005:

Martha Wainwright

2012:

Paul McCartney

2017:

Van Morrison

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