'Tis Autumn is a 1941 jazz standard written by Henry Nemo. It was first recorded by Nat King Cole. It was later recorded by Chet Baker several times, including his 1959 album Chet, and later with Bill Evans. Red Garland recorded it for his 1959 album All Kinds of Weather and Jackie Paris recorded it for The Song Is Paris (1962). Joe Pass recorded it for several albums, including Simplicity (1967) and Checkmate (1981) and one with Ella Fitzgerald for their 1976 album Fitzgerald and Pass... Again. American jazz singer Stacey Kent covered it for her 2003 album The Boy Next Door. It has also been covered by Stan Getz, Bruce Eskovitz, Carmen McRae, Lee Konitz, Spike Robinson, Eddie Higgins and Bennie Wallace. Redd Foxx and Timmie Rogers sang a duet of it on the "Brother Can You Spare an Act" episode of SANFORD AND SON.
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