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Cover version / quoting song Original version / quoted song  
 artist  title  artist  title  
Earl Hines'Deed I Do (1951)
Instrumentalversion
Johnny Marvin'Deed I Do (1927)
Urheber: Walter Hirsch / Fred Rose
C
Earl Hines's Wonderful (1977)
Bereits 1957 aufgenommen
Adele Astaire & Allen Kearns's Wonderful (1927)
Urheber: George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin. Erstaufführung des Musicals "Funny Face"
C
Earl HinesA Cottage For Sale (1964)Guy Lombardo & his Royal CanadiansA Cottage For Sale (1930)
Urheber: Willard Robison / Larry Conley
C
Earl HinesA Sunday Kind Of Love (1964)Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra with Fran WarrenA Sunday Kind Of Love (1946)
Urheber: Barbara Belle / Anita Leonard / Stan Rhodes / Louis Prima
C
Earl HinesAin't Misbehavin' (1956)Margaret Simms & Paul BassAin't Misbehavin' (1929)
Urheber: Andy Razaf / Harry Brooks / Fats Waller. Erstaufführung des Musicals "Hot Chocolates"
C
Earl HinesBlack And Blue (1956)Edith Wilson(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue (1929)
Urheber: Fats Waller / Harry Brooks / Andy Razaf. Erstaufführung des Musicals "Hot Chocolates"
C
Earl HinesBlack Coffee (1960)
Klavierversion
Sarah Vaughan with Percy Faith & his OrchestraBlack Coffee (1949)
Urheber: Sonny Burke / Paul Francis Webster
C
Earl HinesBlue Turning Grey Over You (1956)Louis Armstrong and his OrchestraBlue, Turning Grey Over You (1930)
Urheber: Fats Waller / Andy Razaf
C
Earl HinesBody And Soul (1940)Carroll Gibbons and the PlaymatesBody And Soul (1929)
Urheber: Johnny Green. Instrumentalversion
C
Earl HinesBoogie Woogie On Saint Louis Blues (1949)Prince's BandSt. Louis Blues (1916)
Urheber: William Christopher Handy
C
Earl HinesBye Bye Baby (196?)Jack McCauley & Carol ChanningBye, Bye Baby (1949)
Urheber: Leo Robin / Jule Styne. Erstaufführung des Musicals "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
C
Earl HinesC Jam Blues (1954)Barney Bigard & His Jazzopators"C" Blues (1941)
Urheber: Barney Bigard / Duke Ellington. Instrumentalversion
C
Earl HinesCaravan (1958)Barney Bigard & His JazzopatersCaravan (1937)
Urheber: Duke Ellington / Juan Tizol
C
Earl HinesCome Rain Or Come Shine (1974)Ruby Hill & Harold NicholasCome Rain Or Come Shine (1946)
Urheber: Johnny Mercer / Harold Arlen. Erstaufführung des Musicals "St. Louis Woman"
C
Earl HinesCome Sunday (1971)Duke EllingtonCome Sunday (1943)
Urheber: Duke Ellington
C
Earl HinesDarktown Strutter's Ball (1956)Benny Fields, Jack Salisbury & Benny DavisDarktown Strutter's Ball (1917)
Urheber: Shelton Brooks. Aufgeführt im Variété
C
Earl HinesDiane (1951)
Instrumentalversion
James MeltonDiane (1927)
Urheber: Ernö Rapée / Lew Pollack. Aus dem Film "7th Heaven" ("Das Glück in der Mansarde")
C
Earl HinesDo Nothin' Till You Hear From Me (1971)Duke Ellington and his Famous OrchestraConcerto For Cootie (1940)
Urheber: Duke Ellington. Instrumentalversion. Von Duke Ellington existiert auch eine Version namens "Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me" aus dem Jahre 1944 mit Text von Bob Russell.
C
Earl HinesDo Nothing Till You Hear From Me (1971)Duke Ellington and his Famous OrchestraConcerto For Cootie (1940)
Urheber: Duke Ellington. Instrumentalversion. Von Duke Ellington existiert auch eine Version namens "Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me" aus dem Jahre 1944 mit Text von Bob Russell.
C
Earl HinesDon't Get Around Much Anymore (1974)
Klavierversion
Duke Ellington and his Famous OrchestraNever No Lament (1940)
Urheber: Duke Ellington. Instrumentalversion. 1942 unter dem Titel "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" mit Text von Bob Russell erneut veröffentlicht
C
Earl HinesEverything But You (1971)Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra with Joya SherrillEverything But You (1945)
Urheber: Duke Ellington / Don George / Harry James
C
Earl HinesExactly Like You (1967)Harry Richman & Gertrude LawrenceExactly Like You (1930)
Urheber: Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields. Aus "Lew Leslie’s International Revue"
C
Earl HinesGlad Rag Doll (1940)Ted Lewis and his BandGlad Rag Doll (1929)
Urheber: Milton Ager / Jack Yellen / Dan Dougherty. Basiert auf dem Instrumentalstück "Rag Doll" von Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra aus dem Jahre 1928
C
Earl HinesHallelujah (1958)Stella MayhewHallelujah! (1927)
Urheber: Clifford Grey / Leo Robin / Vincent Youmans. Erstaufführung des Musicals "Hit The Deck"
C
Earl HinesI Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares For Me) (1929)Marion HarrisI Ain't Got Nobody Much (1916)
Urheber: Roger Graham / Spencer Williams
C
Earl HinesI Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (1960)Winnie LightnerI Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (1927)
Urheber: Clarence Gaskill / Jimmy McHugh. Aus der Revue "Gay Paree"
C
Earl HinesI Can't Give You Anything But Love (1956)Aida Ward & Willard McLeanI Can't Give You Anything But Love (Baby) (1928)
Urheber: Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields. Aus der Revue "Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1928". Dieses Lied wurde ursprünglich für Patsy Kellys Auftritt in der Broadway-Revue "Delmar's Revels" geschrieben, aber wieder verworfen.
C
Earl HinesI Don't Know Enough About You (1965)Peggy LeeI Don't Know Enough About You (1946)
Urheber: Dave Barbour / Peggy Lee
C
Earl HinesI Got It Bad And That Ain't Good (1941)
Klavierversion
Ivie Anderson
ehemaliges Mitglied von Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) (1941)
Urheber: Paul Francis Webster / Duke Ellington. Erstaufführung der Revue "Jump For Joy"
C
Earl HinesI Hadn't Anyone 'till You (1951)
Instrumentalversion
Ray Noble and his Orchestra with Tony MartinI Hadn't Anyone Till You (1938)
Urheber: Ray Noble
C
Earl HinesI Know That You Know (1965)Beatrice LillieI Know That You Know (1926)
Urheber: Anne Caldwell / Vincent Youmans. Aus dem Musical "Oh, Please"
C
Earl HinesI'm Beginning To See The Light (1971)Duke Ellington and his Famours Orchestra with Joya SherrillI'm Beginning To See The Light (1945)
Urheber: Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges / Don George / Harry James
C
Earl HinesI'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter (1956)"Fats" Waller and his RhythmI'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter (1935)
Urheber: Fred Ahlert / Joe Young
C
Earl HinesI'm Just A Lucky So And So (1972)Duke EllingtonI'm Just A Lucky So And So (1944)
Urheber: Duke Ellington / Mack David
C
Earl HinesI've Got The World On A String (1965)Aida WardI've Got The World On A String (1932)
Urheber: Theodore Koehler / Harold Arlen. Erstaufführung der Show "Cotton Club Parade"
C
Earl HinesI've Got You Under My Skin (1974)Virginia BruceI've Got You Under My Skin (1936)
Urheber: Cole Porter. Aus dem Film "Born To Dance"
C
Earl HinesIf I Could Be With You (1965)Eva TaylorIf I Could Be With You (1927)
Urheber: James Johnson / Henry Creamer
C
Earl HinesIn A Sentimental Mood (1972)Duke Ellington & his OrchestraIn A Sentimental Mood (1935)
Urheber: Mann Curtis / Duke Ellington / Irving Mills
C
Earl HinesIt Had To Be You (1941)Isham Jones and his OrchestraIt Had To Be You (1924)
Urheber: Gus Kahn / Isham Jones
C
Earl HinesIt's Only A Paper Moon (1970)June Knight & Buddy RogersIt's Only A Paper Moon (1933)
Urheber: Harold Arlen / Edgar Yispel Harburg / Billy Rose. Aus dem Film "Take A Chance"
C
Earl HinesJitterbug Waltz (1956)Fats Waller & His RhythmThe Jitterbug Waltz (1942)
Urheber: Fats Waller. Instrumentalversion
C
Earl HinesLet's Call The Whole Thing Off (1973)Fred Astaire & Ginger RogersLet's Call The Whole Thing Off (1937)
Urheber: George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin. Aus dem Film "Shall we dance?"
C
Earl HinesLove Me Or Leave Me (1960)Ruth EttingLove Me, Or Leave Me (1928)
Urheber: Walter Donaldson / Gus Kahn. Erstaufführung des Musicals "Whoopee!"
C
Earl HinesLove Walked In (1973)Kenny BakerLove Walked In (1938)
Urheber: George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin. Aus dem Film "The Goldwyn Follies"
C
Earl HinesLove You Madly (1971)Duke Ellington & his Orchestra with Yvonne LanauzeLove You Madly (1950)
Urheber: Duke Ellington / Billy Strayhorn
C
Earl HinesLulu's Back In Town (1956)Dick Powell with Ted Fio Rito and his BandLulu's Back In Town (1935)
Urheber: Al Dubin / Harry Warren. Aus dem Film "Broadway Gondolier"
C
Earl HinesMack The Knife (1972)
Klavierversion
Kurt GerronDie Moritat von Mackie Messer (1928)
Urheber: Kurt Weill / Bertolt Brecht. Erstaufführung der "Dreigroschenoper"
C
Earl HinesMakin' Whoopee (1958)Eddie CantorMakin' Whoopee (1928)
Urheber: Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson. Erstaufführung des Musicals "Whoopee!"
C
Earl HinesMonday Date (1929)Louis Armstrong and his Hot FiveA Monday Date (1928)
Urheber: Earl Hines
C
Earl HinesMood Indigo (1971)The Jungle BandMood Indigo (1930)
Urheber: Barney Bigard / Duke Ellington / Irving Mills. Später auch unter der Interpretenbezeichnung "Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra" veröffentlicht
C
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