“Have You Met Miss Jones?” is a popular song that was written for the musical comedy, I’d Rather Be Right. The music was written by Richard Rodgers and the lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The song was published in 1937.
A version of “Have You Met Miss Jones” was recorded by Frank Sinatra. It was also covered by Scatman John. It was later recorded for the soundtrack of the film Bridget Jones’s Diary by Robbie Williams. The song is included in Williams’s album, Swing When You’re Winning.
Ella Fitzgerald included this song in her Verve Records album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Rodgers and Hart Songbook (1957).
The song’s bridge, featuring key motion by major thirds, may have served as an inspiration to John Coltrane in the development of “Coltrane changes“
. ^ Have You Met Miss Jones? at jazzstandards.com – retrieved on 27 April 2009
. ^ Swing When You’re Winning at Allmusic – retrieved on 27 April 2009
. ^ Jay Thomas: Giant Steps commentary at jazzstandards.com – retrieved on 27 April 2009
Have you met Miss Jones – Youtube
Frank Sinatra – Have You Met Miss Jones? (Reprise 1961)
have you met miss jones – robbie williams
Have you met Miss Jones – Backing Track
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