June 23, 2010 in Jazz Standards
I’ve been fascinated by this jazz standard ever since I was in high school. I was at the Lionel Hampton jazz festival in Moscow, Idaho, which is the biggest jazz festival in the world by student participants. I still remember hearing the Outstanding High School soloists on each instrument jam on this tune with no music at the evening concert. They sounded incredible. I HAD to learn this tune!
The last 5 bars have so many different changes on different recordings that it’s impossible to say what the “right” changes are. I have chosen to go with the Chet Baker/Oscar Peterson changes. You can’t argue with Oscar Peterson! The George Benson changes in the last 5 bars are probably closest to the changes written in the Real Book, although any of the recordings below have acceptable changes as long as the players agree by either talking about it or by listening. If they must use a chart, then it’s better to use the same chart.
There Will Never Be Another You pdf
These are some recordings by reputable artists. I feel it is interesting to get the feel for the recordings, even if you don’t download anything. If you do end up ordering something after visiting this link, this site gets a little kickback for everything you order from Amazon. Thanks for supporting us! We do appreciate it, and it helps to continue bringing good content to our viewers.
There Will Never Be Another You Play Along
Oscar Peterson plays There Will Never Be Another You
Chet Baker Plays There Will Never Be Another You
George Benson Plays There Will Never Be Another You
Bud Powell Plays There Will Never Be Another You
Count Basie Plays There Will Never Be Another You
Some Gypsy Jazz by Bireli Lagrene and Angelo Debarre