Day Dream

"Day Dream" is a 1941[1] song (see 1941 in music) composed by Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington, with lyrics by John La Touche.

Saxophonist Johnny Hodges first recorded this tune with Strayhorn on piano in 1941[1].

Notable recordings

Notes

  1. ^ a b JazzStandards.com: Day Dream, retrieved August 27, 2010
  2. ^ The Peaceful Side at Allmusic, retrieved August 27, 2010

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