Who Sang My One and Only Love? John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman

Johnny Hartman John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Jazz
Style: Hard Bop/Modal/Vocal
length: 4:58
recording engineer: Rudy van Gelder
tenor saxophone: John Coltrane
vocal: Johnny Hartman
piano: McCoy Tyner
double bass: Jimmy Garrison and Jimmy Garrison
drums (drum set): Elvin Jones
producer: Bob Thiele
composer: Robert Mellin, Guy Wood, Robert Mellin, Guy Wood
lyricist: Robert Mellin, Robert Mellin
The very thought of you makes my heart sing
Like an April breeze on the wings of spring,
And you appear in all your splendor,
My one and only love.

The shadows fall and spread their mystic charms
In the hush of night while you're in my arms.
I feel your lips, so warm and tender,
My one and only love.

The touch of your hand is like heaven,
A heaven that I've never known.
The blush on your cheek whenever I speak
Tells me that you are my own.

You fill my eager heart with such desire.
Ev'ry kiss you give sets my soul on fire.
I give myself in sweet surrender,
My one and only love.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 They Say It's Wonderful
  • 2 Dedicated to You
  • 3 My One and Only Love
  • 4 Lush Life
  • 5 You Are Too Beautiful
  • 6 Autumn Serenade