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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Music From The Show

The Essex Green, “The Sixties”
The Slip, “Tinderbox”

From Tony Bennett On Zen, Art And His Prolific Music Career:

“Just in Time” performed by Tony Bennett
“Blue Velvet” performed by Tony Bennett
“The Lady is a Tramp” performed by Tony Bennett
“I Left My Heart (In San Francisco)” performed by Tony Bennett
“The Best is Yet to Come” performed by Tony Bennett
“All the Things You Are” performed by Tony Bennett
“Cold, Cold Heart” performed by Tony Bennett
“Because of You” performed by Tony Bennett
“How do You Keep the Music Playing” performed by Tony Bennett
“Steppin’ Out With My Baby” performed by Tony Bennett (With Christina Aguilera)
“From this Moment On” performed by Tony Bennett
“Just in Time” performed by Tony Bennett
“Smile” performed by Tony Bennett
“Body and Soul” performed by Tony Bennett (with Amy Winehouse)
“Days of Wine And Roses” performed by Tony Bennett and Fred Evans
“Are you Havin’ Any Fun” performed by Tony Bennett (with Dani Martin)


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