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The Classics


Download links and information about The Classics by Tony Bennett. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:04:28 minutes.

Artist: Tony Bennett
Release date: 2013
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:04:28
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No. Title Length
1. Because of You 2:57
2. Just In Time 2:33
3. I Left My Heart In San Francisco 2:51
4. I Wanna Be Around 2:10
5. The Good Life 2:15
6. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) 2:56
7. How Do You Keep the Music Playing (with The Ralph Sharon Trio) 4:18
8. When Do the Bells Ring for Me (with The Ralph Sharon Trio) 2:57
9. New York, New York (with Tony Bennett) (featuring Frank Sinatra) 3:30
10. Evenin' (with Ray Charles) 4:13
11. What a Wonderful World (featuring K. D. Lang) 3:19
12. Smile (with Barbra Streisand) 4:40
13. The Shadow of Your Smile (with Juanes) 4:32
14. The Best Is Yet to Come (with Diana Krall) 3:40
15. For Once In My Life (with Stevie Wonder) 3:22
16. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) (featuring John Mayer) 2:56
17. Don't Get Around Much Anymore (featuring Michael Bublé / Michael Buble) 2:39
18. The Lady Is a Tramp (featuring Lady Gaga) 3:17
19. Body and Soul (featuring Amy Winehouse) 3:21
20. Steppin' Out With My Baby 2:02



The 20 tracks on The Classics distill Tony Bennett’s 60-plus years of recording into a single package that testifies to his uniqueness and versatility as an artist. This collection documents the full blossoming of Bennett's talents from the end of the swing era into the 21st-century pop scene. After a glance at Bennett’s early operatic leanings with “Because of You,” the album catches him in the midst of his jazzier phase with such ‘60s standards as “I Wanna Be Around,” “The Good Life,” and “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.” Elegant solo performances like “How Do You Keep the Music Playing” and “When Do the Bells Ring for Me” find him at his purest, while team-ups with fellow legends like Frank Sinatra (“New York, New York”) and Ray Charles (“Evenin’”) show further shadings of his style. The latter half of The Classics is devoted to Tony’s genre-leaping duets with everyone from Stevie Wonder (“For Once in My Life”) to Lady Gaga (“The Lady Is a Tramp”) and Amy Winehouse (“Body and Soul”). Surveying Bennett’s best work is no easy task, but The Classics offers a fine overview of this American master’s career.