My Romance is an album by the U.S. singer-songwriterCarly Simon, released in 1990. It is her fourteenth studio album, and her sixteenth album overall, as well as being her second album devoted to standards. The album peaked at #46 on the Billboard 200, and stayed on the chart for 17 weeks. Simon's version of "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" from this album was used in the hit 1993 film Sleepless In Seattle, as well as being featured on the film's soundtrack.
Carly in Concert: My Romance is a concert special for HBO, featuring Carly Simon and guest star Harry Connick, Jr., released on VHS in 1990. Harry Connick, Jr participates on piano, bass and vocal (duets). Directed by Kathy Daugherty. 73 min.
This was her second concert special for HBO, (the first was Carly Simon: Live From Martha's Vineyard from 1987.)