Who Sang Moonglow? Quincy Jones

Release information
Writer(s): Eddie Delange, Irving Mills, W Hudson
Release Date: 1960
length: 2:50
arranger: Quincy Jones
conductor: Quincy Jones
alto saxophone: Porter Kilbert and Phil Woods
baritone saxophone: Sahib Shihab
bass: Buddy Catlett
French horn: Julius Watkins
piano: Patti Bown
tenor saxophone: Budd Johnson and Jerome Richardson
trombone: Åke Persson, Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston and Jimmy Cleveland
trumpet: Benny Bailey, Clark Terry, Floyd Standifer and Lennie Johnson
drums (drum set): Joe Harris
It must have been moonglow, way up in the blue
It must have been moonglow that led me straight to you
I still hear you sayin', "Dear one, hold me fast"
And I keep on prayin', "Oh Lord, please let this last"

We seemed to float right through the air
Heavenly songs seemed to come from everywhere

And now when there's moonglow, way up in the blue
I'll always remember, that moonglow gave me you

It must have been moonglow, way up in the blue
It must have been moonglow that led me straight to you
I still hear you sayin', "Sweet child, hold me fast"
And I keep on prayin', "Oh Lord, please let this last"

We seemed to float right through the air
Heavenly songs seemed to come from everywhere

And now when there's moonglow, way up in the blue
I'll always remember, that moonglow gave me you

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Pleasingly Plump
  • 2 G'wan Train
  • 3 Moonglow
  • 4 Tone Poem
  • 5 You Turned The Tables On Me
  • 6 Chinese Checkers
  • 7 Love Is Here To Stay
  • 8 The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
  • 9 Trouble On My Mind
  • 10 A Sunday Kind Of Love