Posts Tagged ‘Helen Merrill’

If You Go Away

September 29, 2019

“If You Go Away,” an adaptation of Jacques Brel‘s “Ne me quitte pas,” with English lyrics by Rod McKuen, recorded by Helen Merrill and Stan Getz, 1990.

Stan Getz (tenor saxophone), Helen Merrill (vocal), Joachim Kühn (piano), Daniel Humair (drums), Jean-Francois Jenny Clark (bass).

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Snowfall

January 23, 2016

“Snowfall,” atmospheric music written by Claude Thornhill with lyrics by Ruth Thornhill, performed by Helen Merrill. Art Farmer is featured on flugelhorn.

“Snowflakes Whisper
‘Neath my window
Covering trees
Misty lights
Velvet breeze
‘Round my doorstep”

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