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I only have eyes for you (Warren/Dubin)

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Nick Bufano
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"I only have eyes for you"  is a love song composed in 1934 by Harry Warren and Al Dubin (Lyrics).

My version is inspired by the Sinatra's one, with Count Basie Orchestra.

Hope you'll enjoy! It's recorded live from my bedroom :-)

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Nick, you made my day. Awesome performance. I love this kind of music. Have you done " I left my heart in San Francisco or Fly me to the moon".. your voice is perfect for these songs.

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Nick, you made my day. Awesome performance. I love this kind of music. Have you done " I left my heart in San Francisco or Fly me to the moon".. your voice is perfect for these songs.

​Hi Pekka, thanks for the feedback!

I use to sing this kind of music above all...so I have various recording of "Fly me to the moon" that is a great classic, but I never tryied "I left my heart i San Francisco".

This is an old one, somewhere I should have a live recording with my old Jazz band.,,

 

 

 

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Great performance, Nick! I like this kind of music. In spite that I am a metalhead, I used to sing songs by Tony Bennet and Michael Buble.

​Thank you!

I heard your version of Just in Time, and liked it! I guess that you can do almost everything with your insane vocal cords :-)

 

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