Who Sang Candy? Stan Getz , Gerry Mulligan , Harry “Sweets” Edison & Louie Bellson and The Oscar Peterson Trio

Release information
Release Date: 2008-3-18
length: 7:58
bass: Ray Brown
membranophone: Louie Bellson
piano: Oscar Peterson
trumpet: Harry “Sweets” Edison
baritone saxophone: Gerry Mulligan
guitar: Herb Ellis
tenor saxophone: Stan Getz
Some say that love is sweet as a rose,
Some say it's honey and the bee,
Well sit right down and let me tell you
What my love is to me.

I call my sugar "Candy"
Because I'm sweet on "Candy"
And "Candy" is sweet on me

He/She understands me,
My understanding "Candy"
And "Candy"'s always handy
When I need sympathy
I wish that there were four of him/her
So I could love much more of him/her

He/She has taken my complete heart,
Got a sweet tooth for my sweetheart
Its gonna be just dandy
The day I take my "Candy"
And make him mine all mine

CD 1
  • 1 Chocolate Sundae
  • 2 When Your Lover Has Gone
  • 3 Candy
  • 4 Ballade: Lush Life / Lullaby of the Leaves / Makin' Whoopee / It Never Entered My Mind
  • 5 Woody'n You