she and him

She & Him have released Classics, an album of carefully selected standards, on Columbia Records. The band is comprised of Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward, she and him respectively. She & Him recorded the album live, allowing a spontaneity that captured the spirit of the songs in their truest form. Ward exercised his acute ear for string arrangements, co-arranging a full 20-piece orchestra. The album features 13 covers of songs recorded by Chet Baker, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Charles Aznavour, Carole King, and more. The result unfurls thirteen classic cuts as heartbreaking as they are uplifting.

The band also recently released a video for Classics’s first single, their take on the Dusty Springfield song “Stay Awhile.” Enjoy the imaginative clip directed by CANADA below.

She & Him
Track Listing

1.Stars Fell on Alabama
(1934 composed by Frank Perkins / lyrics by Mitchell Parish)
Recorded by: Guy Lombardo, Billie Holiday, Ella FitzGerald and Louis Armstrong

2.Oh No, Not My Baby
(1964 written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King)
Recorded by: Maxine Brown, Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin, Carole King

3.It’s Not for Me to Say
(1957 music by Robert Allen / lyrics by Al Stillman)
Recorded by: Johnny Mathis

4.Stay Awhile
(1959 written by Mike Hawker)
Recorded by: Dusty Springfield

5.This Girl’s In Love With You
(1959 written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David)
Recorded by: Herb Alpert

6.Time After Time
(1947 written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne)
Recorded by: Frank Sinatra, Chet Baker and Shirley Bassey

(1974 written by Charles Aznavour)
Recorded by: Charles Aznavour, Elvis Costello

8.Teach Me Tonight
(1953 music by Gene De Paul / lyrics by Sammy Cahn)
Recorded by: Frank Sinatra, The DeCastro Sisters

9.It’s Always You
(1940 music by Jimmy Van Heusen / lyrics by Johnny Burke)
Recorded by: Bing Crosby, Benny Goodman, Chet Baker

10.Unchained Melody
(1955 music by Alex North / lyrics by Hy Zaret)
Recorded by: The Righteous Brothers, Elvis Presley, Lee Ann Rimes

11.I’ll Never Be Free
(1950 written by Bennie Benjamin and George David Weiss)
Recorded by: Van Morrison, Willie Nelson, Jean Shepard

12.Would You Like to Take a Walk
(1930 music by Harry Warren / lyrics by Mort Dixon and Billy Rose)
Recorded by: Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong

13.We’ll Meet Again
(1939 written by Ross Parker and Hugh Charles)
Recorded by: Vera Lynn, The Byrds


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