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I'm Getting Sentimental Over You

Jim Hall Trio

 
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1964 (likely London)

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Written by George Bassman, “I'm Getting Sentimental Over You” was first performed in 1932 by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. Dorsey, a trombonist, was the first to carve out the melody line. Frank Sinatra would soon make it famous with his vocals, as he started out with Dorsey's orchestra.

Personnel:

Jim Hall, guitar
Steve Swallow, bass
Pete LaRoca, drums

The song would be performed later by The Ink Spots, The Glenn Miller Orchestra and Ella Fitzgerald -- before Thelonious Monk would make it a regular part of his live sets in the '50s.



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