All Of Me


All Of Me

All of Me

"All Of Me" est une chanson populaire et un standard de jazz écrit par Gerald Marks et Seymour Simons en 1931.

Tout d'abord enregistrée par Belle Baker, elle est devenue l'une des chansons les plus enregistrées de son époque, avec notamment les interprétations de Louis Armstrong, Mildred Bailey, Teddy Wilson, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Django Reinhardt et Willie Nelson. Dans les années 1970, lors d'un émission télévisée "Sanford and Son" , Redd Foxx, (rejoints par Scatman Crothers à la guitare) interprète une version courte mais mémorable. Au cours des dernières années, elle a été reprise par Pia Zadora, Anne Murray et Jason Danieley. En outre, une version Punk rock de la chanson a été enregistrée par NOFX. La chanson fut un grand succès pour Paul Whiteman et Louis Armstrong en 1932, et a été revisité avec succès par Johnnie Ray en 1952.

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"All of Me» apparaît dans la plupart des versions du Real Book.

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