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'Indian Summer' is by far the best track on the 1967 Frank Sinatra-Duke Ellington album. The great arranger/conductor Billy May wrote the charts in Ellington style and while several of the cuts are a cut-below Sinatra's standards, 'Indian Summer' is so good that uber-arranger Nelson Riddle names it as THE arrangement he wished he'd written. Sinatra's vocal is just beautiful and sax solo by Johnny Hodges is the best there is. One day, maybe sax man Matt Wallace will… read more

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Summer, you old Indian Summer
You're the tear that comes after June time's laughter
You see so many dreams that don't come true
Dreams we fashioned…

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