"Sweet Lorraine" is a popular song by Cliff Burwell (music) and Mitchell Parish (lyrics) that was published in 1928 and has since become a jazz standard. It has been recorded by many artists, including Rudy Vallee in 1928, Teddy Wilson in 1935 and, most famously, by Nat King Cole in 1940.
- Rudy Vallée and Cliff Burwell, piano (Victor, June 1928, test recording)
- Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra (Vocalion Records 1207, August 23, 1928)
- Isham Jones (and his Orchestra, vocalist, Eddie Stone) (1932)
- Teddy Wilson (1935)
- King Cole Trio (Decca, 1940)
- Frank Sinatra (1941) - The Best Of The Columbia Years 1943-1952 (1995 & 2003)
- The Singers Unlimited - The Complete A Capella Sessions (2006)
- Coleman Hawkins' Swing Four (December, 1943)
- Art Tatum' (1944)
- Chet Baker (1954)
- June Christy - Cool Christy (2002)
- Louis Armstrong (1957)
- Marvin Gaye (1965)
- Stephane Grappelli, Lisa Eckinger, Ike Isaacs and the Diz Disley Trio (1975)
- (Joe Turner) Effervescent (1976)
- Harry Nilsson - Knnillssonn bonus track (1977)
- Jamie Cullum (1999)
- "Sweet Lorraine" at jazzstandards.com
- "Matrix BVE-Test-152. Sweet Lorraine / Rudy Vallée". University of California, Santa Barbara Library. Retrieved 2014-03-23.
- "Jimmie Noone's Apex Club Orchestra, Sweet Lorraine (1928)". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-03-23.
- Jimmie Noone: Apex Blues. The Original Decca Recordings. Liner notes by Richard Hadlock. Decca GRD-633, MCA Records and GRP Records 1994. Personnel include Jimmie Noone (clarinet), Joe Poston (alto saxophone), Earl Hines (piano), Bud Scott (banjo and guitar) and Johnny Wells (drums).
- "Nat King Cole – The Early Years". University of Missouri–Kansas City. Retrieved 2014-03-23.
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