Darn That Dream

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"Darn That Dream" is a popular song with music by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Eddie DeLange, published in 1939.

The song was introduced in the Broadway musical Swingin' The Dream.

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-Benny Goodman and his orchestra (vocal: Mildred Bailey) (1940) - Original Version -Blue Barron and his orchestra (vocal: Russ Carlyle) (1940) -Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra (vocal: Anita Boyer) (1940) -Miles Davis - Birth Of The Cool (vocal by Kenny Hagood) (1950) -Clifford Brown and Max Roach - Brown and Roach Incorporated (1954) -Dexter Gordon (1955) - Also on 1964 with Chet Baker. -Tony Bennett - Cloud 7 (1955) -Ahmad Jamal (released 1955) - From the record "Chamber Of The New Jazz" -Thelonious Monk (1956) -Billie Holiday - Body and Soul (1957) -Sarah Vaughan with Count Basie Orchestra - No Count Sarah (1958) -Art Farmer - Modern Art (1958) -Ella Fitzgerald and Nelson Riddle on the Verve Records album Ella Swings Gently with Nelson (1962) -Bill Evans and Jim Hall (1963) -Cedar Walton - The Pentagon (1976) -Clifford Jordan (1976) -Andrew Hill - Verona Rag (1987) -Tom Harrell - Labyrinth (1996) -Dinah Washington - Dinah Jams (1954 remastered in 1990) -Chet Baker - Best Of Chet Baker Plays (1992) -Dianne Reeves - A Little Moonlight (2003) – Quintorigo - In Cattività (2003) -Royce Campbell - Six by Six: A Jazz Guitar Celebration (2005) -Doris Day - You're My Thrill/Young at Heart (2007) -Vijay Iyer - Solo (2010) -Pearl Django - Système D (2010)

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