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Jo Stafford - Tomorrow Mountain

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Published on Jul 8, 2012

The Duke Ellington & John Latouche song, 'Tomorrow Mountain', was recorded by several great vocalists during the 1950s. Frankie Laine was first away with his September 1951 Columbia recording, which was issued on a 10" LP album - 'One For My Baby'. Then along came two girl singers - Lena Horne's version can be found on her 1957 RCA Victor LP - 'Stormy Weather', and lastly Jo Stafford recorded the song in January 1958. Here, as Dennis Day says in his introduction to this TV performance, is the smoothest voice in the world - Jo Stafford singing 'Tomorrow Mountain' from her exciting Columbia album 'Swingin' Down Broadway'.

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