Editors’ Notes New Orleans native Harry Connick, Jr. launched his career as a piano prodigy playing classical music, but it wasn’t long before he was taken by the jazz scene of his hometown. And though his mostly instrumental debut album focused on his piano playing, his suave crooning style struck a chord with the public, and beginning the late '80s he found success interpreting the Great American Songbook, recalling the glory days of Frank Sinatra. In the mid-'90s he broadened his sound, putting his spin on Crescent City R&B and writing sophisticated adult pop songs, but his ease at singing standards with a big band remains a touchstone.

SONG
ALBUM
Mind If I Make Love to You
3:29
 
Just One of Those Things
3:12
 
It Had to Be You (Big Band and Vocals)
2:38
 
The Other Hours
4:00
 
Blue Light, Red Light (Someone's There)
3:28
 
One Fine Thing
3:39
 
The Way You Look Tonight
3:45
 
Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
3:40
 
There Is Always One More Time
30
3:49
 
Come By Me
4:00
 
City Beneath the Sea
5:58
 
Hear Me In the Harmony
4:45
 
Only You (And You Alone)
4:44
 
Tryin' to Matter
4:24
 
I Could Write a Book
2:27
 
You Didn't Know Me When
3:09
 
25
6:04
 
3:10
 
Over the Rainbow
4:14
 
Let's Just Kiss
7:30
 
The Very Thought of You
3:39
 
We Are In Love
2:40
 
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
5:10
 
Bayou Maharajah
4:43
 
Junco Partner
30
6:06
 
Do Dat Thing
5:32
 

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