I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me by Fifth Element
From the album
About the Album
This is the opening cut from Fifth Element's first and self-titled album. Dave Coules arranged the tune which features vocalist, Nina Richmond, and solos by Dave on tenor saxophone, Dale Scaife on piano and Ron Johnston on bass. Glenn Anderson keeps the band swinging on drums. This is a fresh take on a 1926 standard composed by Jimmy McHugh with lyrics by Clarence Gaskill. The other eleven tunes on the album reveal Dave Coules' talent at arranging and provide effective vehicles to show the talents of all five musicians.
I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me; A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square; It Might As Well Be Spring; I Love Being Here With You; The Gentle Rain; There Will Never Be Another You; More Than You Know; September In The Rain/On A Misty Night; The Look Of Love; Days Of Wine And Roses; My Romance; My Shining Hour
May 7, 2021
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