Just in Time (song)
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|"Just in Time"|
|Single by Tony Bennett|
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"Just in Time" is a popular song with the melody written by Jule Styne and the lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green. It was introduced by Judy Holliday and Sydney Chaplin in the musical Bells Are Ringing in 1956. Judy Holliday and Dean Martin sang the song in the 1960 film of Bells Are Ringing. A recording of the song made by Tony Bennett was a hit that year. Decades later, Bennett recorded it again with Michael Bublé as part of his 2006 album Duets: An American Classic.
Dean Martin recorded a solo version as well and included the track on his 1960 album This Time I'm Swingin'!. It was later remastered as a duet with smooth jazz saxophonist Dave Koz for Martin's posthumously released 2007 album Forever Cool.
Judy Garland first recorded the song in concert April 26th, 1962 at the Manhattan Center; this recording was released on the 1989 album Judy Garland Live. She later sang "Just in Time" on episode 22 of The Judy Garland Show in February 1964.
Jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman recorded an instrumental version of the song on Spirit of the Moment - Live at the Village Vanguard.
Jazz vocalist Mel Tormé recorded a vocal of "Just in Time" on his Mel Tormé Swings Shubert Alley in 1960.
Regis Philbin recorded the song with his wife, Joy Philbin, on their album Just You, Just Me. This is a male-female duet rendition, other than the original by Sydney Chaplin and Judy Holliday. Betty White and her late husband (Allen Ludden) also recorded this song for a TV spot.
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