Yesterdays (1933 song)
|Song by Jerome Kern|
"Yesterdays" is a 1933 song about nostalgia  composed by Jerome Kern with lyrics by Otto Harbach. They wrote the song for Roberta, a musical based on the novel Gowns by Roberta by Alice Duer Miller. "Yesterdays" was overshadowed by the musical's more popular song, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", which was a number one hit for the Paul Whiteman orchestra.
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- Stevie Holland (More Than Words Can Say, 2006)
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- Coleman Hawkins – 1944
- Adam Makowicz
- Charles Mingus with Hampton Hawes – Mingus Three (1957)
- Oscar Peterson
- Bud Powell – (1950)
- Leo Reisman – 1933
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- Sonny Rollins and Coleman Hawkins – Sonny Meets Hawk! (1963)
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