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Jazz, Standards, Big Band, and Swing
MIDI Files U - Z
Song Title Size Performer Sequencer
Unforgettable 33kb
3:08mpt
Written by Irving Gordon (1951)
The most popular version of the song was recorded by Nat King Cole in 1951,
with an arrangement written by Nelson Riddle.

Jazz, Standard, EZ Listening, Vocal, World
John Signorelli
Unforgettable 20kb
2:38mpt
Written by Irving Gordon (1951)
Nat Cole's original recording was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000.
Jazz, Standard, EZ Listening, Vocal, World
Bazza1
Midkar Member
Up A Lazy River 38kb
3:40mpt
The Mills Brothers
Jazz, Vocal, Classic Jazz
Mel Webb
Valentine 28kb
4:01mpt
Jim Brickman
Released in 1997 with vocal by Martina McBride.
Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Pop, EZ Listening, Adult Contemporary, New Age
Chris Schafehen
© 1997
The Very Thought of You
Version 1
  Added 12/04/2016
24kb
2:48mpt
Karaoke
Ray Noble (1934)
Pop, Standards
John Signorelli
The Very Thought of You
Version 2
  Added 12/04/2016
23kb
6:01mpt
Karaoke
Ray Noble (1934)
Pop, Standards
James Pitt‑Payne
Midkar Member
with Doug Grierson
Victoria Station 55kb
5:06mpt
Antonio Martorella Original
Antonio was featured on Les Gorven's MIDI Studio Consortium. (now defunct).
Original, New Age, Electronic, Jazz/Rock
Antonio Martorella
Walk Between The Raindrops
(organ lead)
42kb
2:34mpt
Composed by Donald Fagen
Jazz-Rock, Smooth Jazz, Pop
Stein Rimehaug
Drums by Norma Williams
Walk Between The Raindrops
(voice lead)
  Added 12/04/2016
32kb
2:42mpt
Composed by Donald Fagen
There are slight differences between the sequences. Anybody have a preference?
Jazz-Rock, Smooth Jazz, Pop
Stein Rimehaug
Drums by Norma Williams
Walking The Dog 45kb
2:54mpt
Rufus Thomas, The Bar-Kays
Jazz
Dale Aston
1997
Warm Pad 26kb
3:56mpt
Patrick Aalto
Slow And Melancholic, Jazz, Original
Patrick Aalto
1993
Washington & Lee Swing 16kb
1:59mpt
Thornton W. Allen, Arr. Dick Wellstood
Jazz, Big Band, New Orleans Jazz
Irwin Schwartz
1997
Washington Square 13kb
2:00mpt
Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen
Jazz, Dixieland, Traditional
Bob Sorem
2000
Washington Square 9kb
2:04mpt
The Village Stompers
Jazz, Dixieland, Traditional
Bob Wolford
Watch What Happens Ver. 2 12kb
2:50mpt
Composed by Norman Gimbel, & Michel Legrand
From the 1964 film, "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg"
Jazz, Vocal, Stage & Screen
Played by Bob Mace
Midkar Member
Watch What Happens
  Added 02/07/15
27kb
3:04mpt
Tony Bennett (1965) among many others.
Michel Legrand has made his fame and fortune from writing for films,
but he has done significant work in jazz on an occasional basis.
In 1957, he arranged a set of Dixieland and swing standards for a French orchestra
(recorded on Philips) In 1958 he used three different all-star groups for
the classic Legrand Jazz (with such sidemen as Miles Davis, John Coltrane,
Phil Woods, Herbie Mann, Bill Evans, Ben Webster, Art Farmer, and others).
In 1968 he recorded a strictly jazz set with a trio and Legrand has written
for albums led by Stan Getz (1971), Sarah Vaughan (1972), and on several occasions,
Phil Woods. Several of his songs (such as "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life",
"Watch What Happens", and "The Summer Knows") have been recorded many times
by jazz musicians.

Jazz, Swing, Vocal, Pop
Gary Wachtel Blue Max Distribution
Weather Channel
  Added 12/04/2016
66kb
4:13mpt
Original MIDI
Ellis comments: "One of my favorite sources of 'listening' is the Weather Channel
on television, especially the incidental music during the segment called
'Local on the 8s.' Here is a little ditty inspired by some of the Weather Channel sounds."

Contemporary Jazz, Fusion, Originals
Chase Ellis
2005
Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang Of Mine
   aka: That Old Gang Of Mine

     Added 02/07/15

60kb
3:06mpt
Gene Vincent (1956), also by Gas House Gang
"Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up (That Old Gang Of Mine)" is a popular barbershop song,
also known as just "That Old Gang Of Mine". The song laments the loss of childhood friendships
when growing up into adulthood. The music was written by Sammy Fain and the lyrics by
Irving Kahal and Willie Raskin. The song was published in 1929.

Jazz, Barbershop Music, Traditional Pop, Swing
Bob Schur
w/ Ron Tilden

Midkar Members

We'll Meet Again 16kb
2:30mpt
W&M by Hughie Charles & Ross Parker
A 1939 song made famous by British singer Vera Lynn (#29 (US, 1954))
with music and lyrics written by Ross Parker and Hughie Charles
The song is one of the most famous songs of the Second World War era.

Jazz, Vocal, Pop, Stage & Screen
Sal Gripaldi
aka: "Redsal"
Well, You Needn't 40kb
1:59mpt
Thelonious Monk
Jazz, Bop, 40's
Bob "Notes" Norton
What A Difference A Day Makes 38kb
4:50mpt
Various Artists
Jazz, EZ Listening, Ballroom
Les Gorven
1997
What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life? 35kb
4:21mpt
Music: Michel Legrand, Lyrics: Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman
Legrand won the 1973 Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying
a Vocalist for a version performed by Sarah Vaughan.

Jazz, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening, Vocal, World
Julio Cezar Cornelius
What, Me Worry? 24kb
2:02mpt
A.P. Minton
Jazz, Original
Allen P. Minton
1997
What You Won't Do For Love
  Added 04/28/14
68kb
3:14mpt
Karaoke
Written by Alfons Kettner & Bobby Caldwell (1978
Bobby Caldwell's genuine mix of R&B and jazz signatures as well as his bittersweet
yet buttery vocal tones conjure up images of a smoothed-out version of Chet Baker.

Jazz, Vocal, Blue-Eyed Soul, Smooth Jazz, Quiet Storm
Jesse "d'bassman" Jocson
Midkar Member
What'd I Say 52kb
3:33mpt
Ray Charles (1959)
Soul Jazz, Jazz Blues, R&B, Early Pop/Rock
E. F. 'Gene' Petro
aka Doc Doc
Whatever We Imagine 38kb
3:31mpt
James Ingram
W&M by David Foster, Jeremy Lubbock and Paul Howard Gordon
Smooth Jazz, Pop/Rock, Adult Contemporary, R&B
Jan Hentschel
1997
What'll I Do 29kb
3:58mpt
Irving Berlin (1923), Various Artists
Jazz, Standard, EZ Listening, Vocal
Sal Gripaldi
aka Redsal
What's New 27kb
4:21mpt
Music: Bob Haggart, Lyrics: Johnny Burke (1938-9)
Originally titled "I'm Free" and written without lyrics,
Burke was hired and the title changed in 1939.

Jazz, Vocal, Standards, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening
Mel Webb
When I Am With You

    Added 02/07/15

35kb
3:24mpt
Karaoke
W&M by Benjamin Weisman & Al Stillman, Performed by Johnny Mathis (1958)
One of the last and most popular in a long line of traditional male vocalists who emerged before the rock-dominated 1960s, Johnny Mathis concentrated on romantic readings of jazz and pop standards for the ever-shrinking adult contemporary audience of the '60s and '70s. Though he debuted with a flurry of singles chart activity, Mathis later made it big in the album market, where a dozen of his LPs hit gold or platinum and over 60 made the charts. While he originally concentrated on theme-oriented albums of show tunes and traditional favorites, from the '70s onward Mathis began incorporating more varied styles of music into his recordings, including soft rock, R&B, and country. This stylistic eclecticism, combined with ubiquitous vocal chops, helped Mathis remain a popular concert attraction well into the 21st century.
Vocal Pop, R&B, EZ LIstening, Jazz, Stage & Screen
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
When Joanna Loved Me 42kb
4:53mpt

Karaoke
Tony Bennett ++
"When Joanna Loved Me" is a 1964 song. The song was popularised by Tony Bennett,
although other versions have been recorded by artists such as Frank Sinatra,
Paul Desmond and, on his first solo album, Scott Walker.

Smooth Jazz, Pop/Rock, Adult Contemporary, R&B
Ron Tilden (1997)
Midkar Member
When October Goes 11kb
3:16mpt
Music: Johhny Mercer & Barry Manilow
"When October Goes" is a ballad based on a lyric Johnny Mercer had written but did not complete.
It was matched up to a melody by Barry Manilow and published in 1984,
becoming one of the top Adult Contemporary hits of that year in the United States.

Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Traditional Pop, Vocal, EZ Listening
Played & Seq by


Chris Ashcraft

When Sunny Gets Blue 11kb
3:18mpt
Music: Marvin Fisher, Lyrics: Jack Segal (1956)

Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Traditional Pop, Vocal, EZ Listening
Played & Seq: Bob Mace
Midkar Member
When Sunny Gets Blue 41kb
4:54mpt
Karaoke
Music: Marvin Fisher, Lyrics: Jack Segal (1956)
Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Traditional Pop, Vocal, EZ Listening
Mel Webb
When The Saint's Go Marching In 25kb
2:02mpt
Louis Armstrong
Jazz, Dixieland, Pop
Don Carroll
When The Saint's Go Marching In
    Added 02/07/15
35kb
1:41mpt
Various
Jazz, Dixieland, Pop
Andy Bakke
Midkar Member
Where Or When 24kb
3:20mpt
Richard Rogers
"Where or When" is a show tune from the 1937 Rodgers and Hart musical Babes In Arms.
It was first performed by Ray Heatherton and Mitzi Green.

Jazz, Standards, Stage & Screen, Vocal, Traditional Pop
Josef Huber
© 2000
Whisper It 8kb
2:37mpt
Karaoke
© 1963 (Unpublished) by Irving Berlin

Jazz
James Pitt-Payne
w/ Veda Meyer-Castens
Midkar Members
Whispering 46kb
3:39mpt
Lyrics: John Schoenberger and Richard Coburn, Music: Vincent Rose
Originally recorded on August 23, 1920 by Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra
for Victor as 18690-A. Denver-born ex-army bandleader Whiteman was dubbed "King of Jazz",
an appellation supported largely by a long series of hits beginning in 1920 with his release of
"Whispering", an eleven-week U.S. No. 1 hit, which stayed 20 weeks
in the charts and sold in excess of two million copies.

Jazz, EZ Listening, Vocal, Stage & Screen
Roly Wright
© 1999. All wRights Reserved
Midkar Member
Windmills of Your Mind, The
"Les Moulins de Mon Coeur"
14kb
5:59mpt
Music: Michel Legrand, Lyrics: Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman (1968)
From the 1968 film The Thomas Crown Affair.
Jazz, Stage & Screen, Easy Listening, Vocal
Serban Nichifor
Midkar Member
Wives And Lovers 9kb
2:01mpt
Music: Burt Bacharach, Lyrics: Hal David
Played Live by Bob Mace
Wives and Lovers is a song by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. It has been recorded by numerous male and female vocalists, instrumentalists and ensembles. Jack Jones released a recording in 1963, earning the 1964 Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male, and Bacharach included it on the 1965 LP Hit Maker! Burt Bacharach Plays the Burt Bacharach Hits and later compilations. Dionne Warwick sang it in the same year. Additional performances are by Julie London, Stan Getz, Vic Damone, Grant Green, Frank Sinatra, Kimiko Itoh, and Andy Williams. Jones released a disco version of this song in 1979 on the lp Nobody Does It Better.
Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Stage & Screen
Bob Mace
Midkar Member
Who Can I Turn To? 56kb
4:02mpt
Various Artisis
Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Vocal Pop, Soundtrack
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Wind Machine 104kb
3:13mpt
The Count Basie Orchestra
Jazz
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Witchcraft 62kb
2:58mpt
Music & Lyrics by Cy Coleman
Jazz, Standard, Vocal Jazz, Traditional Pop
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
With Me
  Added 12/04/2016
42kb
4:05mpt
Original MIDI
Pop-jazz, Originals
Sumitaka Ogawa
©1998
Wonderland By Night
Version 1
13kb
2:51mpt
Bert Kaempfert, Lincoln Chase, & Klaus GŁnter Neumann
Performers Include: Bert Kaempfert, Johnny Mathis, Floyd Kramer, Xavier Cugat, Al Hirt,
Boots Randolph, Louis Prima, Billy Vaughn, Ace Cannon, Anita Kerr, and many others.

Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening
Don Carroll
© 1997
Wonderland By Night
Version 2
  Added 12/04/2016
40kb
3:22mpt
Bert Kaempfert, Lincoln Chase, & Klaus GŁnter Neumann
Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening
John "Flip" Phillips
Woodchopper's Ball 90kb
3:50mpt
Composed & Arranged by Woody Herman & Joe Bishop
Jazz, Big Band, Swing, Jazz Standard
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
The World We Knew
(Over And Over)
  Added 12/04/2016
16kb
2:43mpt
Karaoke
Frank Sinatra (1967)
W&M by Carl Sigman, Bert Kaempfert, Herbert Rehbein
Pop, EZ Listening
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Yardbird Suite 65kb
3:07mpt
Charlie Parker
Jazz, Big Band
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Yesterday* 18kb
2:13mpt
Music & Lyrics by Paul McCartney
"Yesterday" is a song originally recorded by the Beatles for their 1965 album Help!.
Although credited to "Lennon & McCartney", the song was written solely by Paul McCartney.
  *Jazz Version

Jazz, World, Pop/Rock, EZ Listening
Ozaki Hiroshi
You Belong To Me (1952)
  Added 04/28/14
45kb
2:31mpt
Music & Lyrics: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart
A cover version by Jo Stafford became the most popular version. It was Stafford's biggest hit, topping the charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom (the first song by a female singer to top the UK Singles Chart). It first entered the US chart on August 1, 1952 and remained there for 24 weeks. In the UK, it appeared in the first ever UK chart of November 14, 1952 (then a top 12) and reached number 1 on January 16, 1953, being only the second record to top such chart, remaining in the chart for a total of 19 weeks.
Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Stage & Screen
Sal Grippaldi
aka: Redsal
You Belong To Me (1952)
  Revise 02/07/15
64kb
3:20mpt
Music & Lyrics: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart
Chilton Price (December 25, 1913 - January 14, 2010)
was a songwriter, primarily known for country music songs,
which became pop music hits. Price, a songwriting librarian at WAVE Radio Louisville,
had written the song in its virtual entirety as "Hurry Home to Me" envisioning the song
as an American woman's plea to a sweetheart serving overseas in World War II.

Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Stage & Screen
Del Kay
You Do Something To Me
Version 1
35kb
2:39mpt
Karaoke
Words and Music by Cole Porter
Featured in the 1929 Broadway show "Fifty Million Frenchmen". Performed by Frank Sinatra (1961)
Jazz & Jazz Standards
Sequence & Karaoke
by Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
You Do Something To Me
(piano, bass, drums)
  Added 12/04/2016
40kb
3:22mpt
Words and Music by Cole Porter
Jazz & Jazz Standards
Doug McKenzie
You Don't Know What Love Is

    Added 02/07/15

31kb
5:01mpt
Ella Fitzgerald (1941), & many others. (Sinatra never recorded this song !)
"You Don't Know What Love Is," a popular song of the Great American Songbook,
written by Don Raye (lyrics) and Gene de Paul (music) for the Abbott and Costello picture
Keep 'Em Flying (1941), in which it was sung by Carol Bruce.
The number was deleted prior to release. Universal later added the song into
the Raye/de Paul score of one of its B musicals, the 60-minute Behind the Eight Ball (1942),
starring the Ritz Brothers and re-teaming
Carol Bruce and Dick Foran from "Keep 'Em Flying." "You Don't Know What Love Is"
was again sung by Carol Bruce; it was her third and final film until the 1980s.

Jazz, EZ Listening, Vocal
Mel Webb
You Go To My Head 38kb
6:16mpt
Music: J. Fred Coots, Lyrics: Haven Gillespie (1938)
The first recording of the song was by Teddy Wilson.
Jazz, Standards, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening, Vocal
Mel Webb
You Make Me Smile 50kb
4:26mpt
Dave Koz
Jazz: Smooth, Crossover, Jazz-Pop, Adult Contemporary
Devian Zikri
You Stepped Out Of A Dream 59kb
4:33mpt
Various Artists
Jazz, Vocal, Pseudo Salsa, Brazillian Jazz
Doug McKenzie
You Were Never Lovelier 11kb
2:12mpt
Karaoke
Music: Jerome Kern, Lyrics: Johnny Mercer, (1939)
As sung by Astaire to Hayworth, in the 1942 film of the same name.
Jazz, Stage & Screen, Vocal, EZ Listening
James Pitt-Payne
w/ Veda Meyer-Castens
Midkar Members
You Will Be My Music 40kb
3:36mpt
Karaoke
Words and Music: Joe Raposo (1973)
Piano arrangement by Gordon Jenkins. Orchestral arrangement by Bunty Pritchard Jones.
Not For Commercial Use. Disassembling this file in any way is prohibited.
Jazz, Stage & Screen, Vocal, EZ Listening
Bunty Pritchard Jones


January 2012

You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 6kb
2:30mpt
Cole Porter Arrangement; Chet Atkins
Jazz, Vocal, Country-Pop
Pascalsa
You'll Never Know 23kb
3:41mpt
Frank Sinatra, Dick Haymes
Jazz, Jazz Vocal, WWII, 1943
Sal Gripaldi
aka Redsal
You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me 23kb
4:49mpt
Karaoke
Music by Harry Warren, Words by Al Dubin (1936)

Jazz, Standards, Mainstream, Cool, Modal
James Pitt-Payne
Midkar Member
w/ Doug Grierson
You're Nobody 'Till Somebody Loves You 19kb
2:40mpt
Written by Russ Morgan, Larry Stock, and James Cavanaugh (1944)
The song was first recorded by Morgan and has been covered by numerous artists.
It is best known in versions by Dean Martin, who recorded it for Reprise Records in 1965
and reached #24 on the US pop chart and #1 on the easy listening chart, & by The Mills Brothers.

Jazz, Standards, Stage & Screen, Vocal, EZ Listening, Blues
Bazza1
Midkar Member
You've Changed

    Added 02/07/15

32kb
4:40mpt
Frankie Laine (1944)
"You've Changed" is a popular song written by Bill Carey and Carl Fischer in 1941.
It has been covered by many singers, including the following:

Jazz Standard, EZ Listening, Traditional Pop
Mel Webb
Young And Foolish 8kb
3:07mpt
Bill Evans
Jazz, Standards, Mainstream, Cool, Modal
Adamantine Luster
Zazueira 76kb
4:39mpt
Cezar Camargo Mariano
Jazz, Latin, Brazillian Pop, Samba
Carlos M. Peixoto
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart Vs.2 16kb
2:41mpt
Karaoke
Words & Music by James F.Hanley (1935)
The most notable recording was made by Judy Garland (who sang it the 1938 film
Listen, Darling and recorded it for Decca Records in 1939

Jazz, Vocal, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening
James Pitt-Payne
w/ Veda Meyer-Castens
Midkar Members

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