P.S. I Love You (1934 song)
The original hit version in the 1930s was recorded by Rudy Vallée. It was revived in the 1950s by The Hilltoppers and in the 1960s by The Vogues, and again in 1984 by country music singer Tom T. Hall. A number of other versions have also been recorded.
- The Angels released a version in 1960 while they were still called The Starlets. The version went to #106 in the U.S.
- Rosemary Clooney - Rosemary Clooney Sings the Lyrics of Johnny Mercer (1988)
- Bing Crosby
- Tom T. Hall
- Lionel Hampton
- The Hilltoppers
- Billie Holiday recorded the song for Verve Records on September 3, 1954 in Los Angeles with Her Orchestra, consisting of Harry Edison on trumpet, Willie Smith on alto saxophone, Bobby Tucker on piano, Barney Kessel on guitar, Red Callender on bass and Chico Hamilton on drums. The song is featured on the 1999 reissue of Lady Sings the Blues.
- Bent Jædig
- Diana Krall
- Nancy LaMott
- Ketty Lester - Love Letters (1962)
- Susannah McCorkle - Ballad Essentials (2002)
- Nellie McKay for the 2007 P.S. I Love You film soundtrack
- Bette Midler for the 1991 For the Boys film soundtrack
- Frank Sinatra
- Kay Starr - I Cry By Night/Losers, Weepers (2003)
- Dodie Stevens
- Mel Torme
- Rudy Vallée
- Bobby Vinton
- The Vogues
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