I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE * JOE TURNER * PARLOPHONE 2773 * UK
I Can't Give You Anything But Love was written by Jimmy McHugh (music) and Dorothy Fields (lyrics) in 1928 and first sung by Adelaide Hall at Les Ambassadeurs Club in New York in January 1928 in Blackbird Review which transferred to Broadway later that year as the highly successful Blackbirds of 1928.
Joe Turner's superfine Bluesy cut was recorded in New York, February 9th 1940, and first released in the US on Vocalion 5496, with Joe Sullivan and His Cafe Society Orchestra: Ed Anderson; trumpet, Benny Morton; trombone, Edmond Hall; clarinet, Danny Polo; clarinet/tenor saxophone, Joe Sullivan; piano, Freddy Green; guitar, Henry Turner; string bass and Johnny Wells; drums.
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