Who Sang Satin Doll? Nancy Wilson

Nancy Wilson Yesterday's Love Songs / Today's Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Blues Pop
length: 2:23
remixer: Malcolm Addey
producer: Tom Morgan
arranger: Gerald Wilson
bass: Jimmy Bond
bass trombone: Ken Shroyer
guitar: Joe Pass
membranophone: Kenny Dennis
orchestra: Gerald Wilson Orchestra
piano: Jack Wilson
reeds: Joe Maini, Paul Horn, Teddy Edwards, Harold Land and Donald Ruffell
trombone: John Ewing, Bob Edmondson and Lester Robertson
trumpet: Carmell Jones, Jules Chaikin, Freddie Hill and Al Porcino
vocal: Nancy Wilson
composer: Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn
lyricist: Johnny Mercer
Cigarette holder which wigs me
Over her shoulder, she digs me.
Out cattin' that satin doll.

Baby, shall we go out skippin?
Careful, amigo, you're flippin',
Speaks Latin that satin doll.

She's nobody's fool so I'm playing it cool as can be.

I'll give it a whirl but I ain't for no girl catching me,

Telephone numbers well you know,
Doin' my rhumbas with uno
And that 'in my Satin Doll.

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Song Is You
  • 2 The Very Thought of You
  • 3 Satin Doll
  • 4 Bewitched
  • 5 Suffering With the Blues
  • 6 Someone to Watch Over Me
  • 7 The Best Is Yet to Come
  • 8 Never Let Me Go
  • 9 Send Me Yesterday
  • 10 All My Tomorrows
  • 11 Please Send Me Someone to Love
  • 12 Blue Prelude