Those of you who remember Teresa Brewer for her high-pitched pop hits (like Music! Music! Music!) in the 1950s may be surprised (pleasantly, I hope) by her later jazz recordings.
Some may be put off by her slightly nasal tone, but she does a more than creditable job on The Cotton Connection, a 1985 album for the Doctor Jazz label where the band is led by Mercer Ellington.
Her re-emergence as a jazz singer came after her 1972 marriage to record producer Bob Thiele and she had a string of albums for Doctor Jazz, as well as Thiele's other labels, Red Baron and Signature.
From The Cotton Connection comes All of Me. The MP3 is taken from a cassette copy of the album.
All of Me
Here's the YouTube take on All of Me.