Annotation

Reissue, 45 RPM, 180 gram Vinyl.

Annotation last modified on 2013-03-21 18:36 .

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Come Rain or Come Shine
3:17
A2 Autumn Leaves
5:22
A3 Witchcraft
4:30
B1 When I Fall in Love
4:50
B2 Peri's Scope
3:11
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 What Is This Thing Called Love?
4:33
C2 Spring Is Here
5:01
D1 Someday My Prince Will Come
4:48
D2 Blue in Green
5:18

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

drums (drum set):
Paul Motian (US jazz drummer, percussionist & composer) (1959-12-28) (tracks A1, A3–B2)
double bass [bass]:
Scott LaFaro (1959-12-28) (tracks A1, A3–B2)
piano:
Bill Evans (pianist) (1959-12-28) (tracks A1, A3–B2)
composer:
Cy Coleman (track A3)
Bill Evans (pianist) (track B2)
Victor Young (American composer, arranger, violinist & conductor) (track B1)
Joseph Kosma (composer) (1945) (track A2)
Harold Arlen (1946) (track A1)
lyricist:
Edward Heyman (track B1)
Carolyn Leigh (track A3)
Jacques Prévert (1945) (track A2)
Johnny Mercer (1946) (track A1)
producer:
Orrin Keepnews (tracks A1, A3–B2)
recording engineer:
Jack Higgins (recording engineer) (1959-12-28) (tracks A1, A3–B2)
translator:
Johnny Mercer (1947) (track A2)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. (track B1)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track B1)
Enoch & Cie. (track A2)
Intersong U.S.A. (track B1)
Morley Music Corp. (track A2)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track B1)
recorded at:
Reeves Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (1959-12-28) (tracks A1, A3–B2)
instrumental recording of:
Autumn Leaves (jazz standard) (track A2)
Come Rain or Come Shine (1959-12-28) (track A1)
When I Fall in Love (1959-12-28) (track B1)
Witchcraft (1959-12-28) (track A3)
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
Come Rain or Come Shine (Friars Club Tribute version) (track A1)
later translated versions:
Las hojas muertas (Autumn Leaves) (track A2)
Rudens zelts (track A2)
Une fille d'enfer (track A3)
later versions:
The Fall (track A2)
recording of:
Peri's Scope (1959-12-28) (track B2)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:
Les Feuilles mortes (track A2)

12" Vinyl 2

drums (drum set):
Paul Motian (US jazz drummer, percussionist & composer) (1959-12-28) (tracks C1–D2)
double bass [bass]:
Scott LaFaro (1959-12-28) (tracks C1–D2)
piano:
Bill Evans (pianist) (1959-12-28) (tracks C1–D2)
composer:
Frank Churchill (track D1)
Miles Davis (jazz trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter) (track D2)
Bill Evans (pianist) (track D2)
Cole Porter (composer) (1929) (track C1)
Richard Rodgers (1938) (track C2)
lyricist:
Larry Morey (track D1)
Cole Porter (composer) (1929) (track C1)
Lorenz Hart (1938) (track C2)
producer:
Orrin Keepnews (tracks C1–D2)
recording engineer:
Jack Higgins (recording engineer) (1959-12-28) (tracks C1–D2)
publisher:
Jazz Horn Music (track D2)
Warner/Chappell (track C1)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track D2)
Bourne Co. (1937) (track D1)
recorded at:
Reeves Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (1959-12-28) (tracks C1–D2)
instrumental recording of:
Someday My Prince Will Come (1959-12-28) (track D1)
Spring Is Here (1959-12-28) (track C2)
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1959-12-28) (track C1)
is the basis for:
later translated versions:
O meu príncipe vai chegar (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937) (track D1)
Un jour mon prince viendra (Blanche-Neige et les sept nains) (track D1)
part of:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score) (track D1)
Wake Up and Dream (1929 revue) (number) (track C1)
recording of:
Blue in Green (1959-12-28) (track D2)
referred to in medleys:
Fantasmic! (theme park show soundtrack) (track D1)