You're going to find this one a little strange -- a Dinah Washington track that's an instrumental. Well, it's not really Dinah but the Clifford Brown-Max Roach group that backs her on this wonderful 1954 Los Angeles club live recording for the Mercury Records imprint EmArcy.
Alone Together is the lone instrumental on the album and features tenor saxophonist Harold Land. Listen and download from the link below.
This YouTube video contains both Alone Together and Come Rain or Come Shine, also featuring Land, from the Dinah Jams album.
Land's stay with the Brown-Roach group, which lasted about a year, was his first high-profile gig. He became a respected soloist (heavily influenced by John Coltrane) in the 1960s and recorded and performed regularly from his Los Angeles base until his death in 2001.
For fans of Dinah Washington, Dinah Jams is an essential purchase. It's readily available in both CD and download formats from most of the major outlets. A used CD copy can be had for less than $5.