Who Sang Indian Summer? Sarah Vaughan & The Count Basie Orchestra

Release information
Release Date: 1998-11-26
length: 3:34
producer: Norman Granz
engineer: Dennis Sands
arranger: Sammy Nestico
alto saxophone: Bobby Plater and Danny Turner
baritone saxophone: John Williams
bass trombone: Bill Hughes
conductor: Sammy Nestico
double bass: Andy Simpkins
guitar: Freddie Green
piano: George Gaffney
saxophone: Eric Dixon
tenor saxophone: Kenny Hing
trombone: Grover Mitchell, Booty Wood and Dennis Wilson
trumpet: Dale Carley, Frank Szabo, Bob Summers, Sonny Cohn and Willie Cook
vocal: Sarah Vaughan
Some other versions of "Indian Summer"

Lyrics
Summer, you old Indian summer
You're the tear that comes after June-time's laughter
You see so many dreams that don't come true
Dreams we fashioned when summertime was new

You are here to watch over
Some heart that is broken by a word that somebody left unspoken
You're the ghost of a romance in June going astray
Fading too soon; that's why I say
Farewell to you, Indian summer

You are here to watch over
A heart that is broken by a word that somebody left unspoken
You're the ghost of a romance in June going astray
Fading too soon; that's why I say
Farewell to you, Indian summer
You old Indian summer

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues
  • 2 Just Friends
  • 3 If You Could See Me Now
  • 4 Ill Wind
  • 5 When Your Lover Has Gone
  • 6 Send in the Clowns
  • 7 I Hadn't Anyone Till You
  • 8 All the Things You Are
  • 9 Indian Summer
  • 10 From This Moment On

  • Release information
    label: Pablo
    country(area): Japan
    format: CD
    script: Latin