"I Should Care" by the John Whitney Trio
"I Should Care" by John Whitney Trio
An audio recording of "I Should Care," composed by Axel Stordahl (1913-1963), Paul Weston (1912-1996), and Sammy Cahn (1913-1993), and performed by the John Whitney Trio live on-air on WUCF-FM on January 4, 2000. John Whitney served as director of both orchestral studies and the University of Central Florida Jazz Lab band during his 20 years with the university. Whitney also led the UCF Jazz Lab band in invited performances at Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland and North Sea Jazz Festival in Holland. He established himself as a conductor, performer, composer, arranger, and teacher in both classical and jazz arenas, founding and directing the Southern Tier Symphony in Allegany, New York, in 2003, until his death in 2014. "I Should Care" is a popular standard that was published in 1944 and first appeared in the 1945 film, Thrill of a Romance. It has been recorded by numerous artists, including Bing Crosby (1903-1977), Thelonious Monk (1917-1982), Nat King Cole (1919-1965), Dizzy Gillespie (1917-1993), Frank Sinatra (1915-1998), and Sammy Davis, Jr. (1925)-1990).
Original 4-minute and 39-second audio recording: Stordahl, Axel, Paul Weston, and Sammy Cahn. "I Should Care," by the John Whitney Trio: WUCF-FM, Orlando, Florida, January 4, 2000.
John Whitney Trio
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Jazz Collection, Central Florida Music History Collection, RICHES of Central Florida
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4-minute and 39-second audio recording
WUCF-FM, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
Southern Tier Symphony, Allegany, New York
Originally created by Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston, and Sammy Cahn, performed by the John Whitney Trio, and published by WUCF-FM.
Copyright to this resource is held by Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston, and Sammy Cahn, and is provided here by RICHES of Central Florida for educational purposes only.
"John Whitney - Music Director." Southern Tier Symphony. http://www.southerntiersymphony.org/John_Whitney_Biography.htm (accessed March 17, 2015).