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I Love You

Featuring the music of Emilia Vancini
Duration: 2:03

Vocalist Emilia Vancini's and pianist Augusto Pirodda's joyful take on Cole Porter's classic. From Emilia Vancini's latest release "And If You Fall, You Fall. Available now at Bandcamp.
VIDEO

I Love You

Featuring the music of Taylor Eigsti & Julian Lage
Duration: 6:35

Taylor Eigsti & Julian Lage at The Falcon

I Love You

Label: Spice of Life
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Gypsy In My Soul; I Don't Mind; I Love You; Serenade In Blue; All The Things You Are; Blue Moon; So Many Stars; The Days Of Wine And Roses; Someone To Watch Over Me; The Breeze And I; I'm In The Mood For Love; But Beautiful; I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me; You Must Believe In Spring.

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Stephanie Nakasian: I Love You

Read "I Love You" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Jazz Vocalist Stephanie Nakasian has an active history over the past several decades, working with vocal jazz legend Jon Hendricks and Family in the mid-1980s. Around that time, I first saw Nakasian when she appeared with Phil Woods. Nowadays, Nakasian resides in Charlottesville, Virginia, where she has been recording and, with her pianist/partner, Hod O'Brien, has ...

VIDEO

I Love You

Featuring the music of Herb Ellis
Duration: 6:07

Guitarist Herb Ellis, bassist Bob Magnusson and drummer Sherman Ferguson play the Cole Porter standard, "I Love You".

I Love You

Label: Enja Records
Released: 1958

I Love You

Label: Magneoton
Released: 1954


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