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12-Jun-2016 05:29

In 1964 "Tonight You Belong to Me" was recorded by George Maharis in a sweet swing style on the Epic label.

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The song was revived by Frankie Laine in 1952, and subsequently recorded again in 1956 by Patience and Prudence, who reached #4 on the Billboard charts with their 1956 version and then re-recorded it in 1964, and also by Lawrence Welk with The Lennon Sisters and the duo of Karen Chandler and Jimmy Wakely, and Ann Shelton.

Then she would make odd moves like bending backwards over her piano bench or flopping dramatically on the stage.

But once she settled behind a microphone and got swept away by Mills’ stellar guitar work, my worry melted away.

Apple looked happiest though when she could simply stand back and watch Mills play. The 27-year-old was a sight to behold, fluidly handling both lead and rhythm parts (occasionally at the same time) while also moving all over the fretboard to add some deliciously indelicate noise into the mix.

It’s a shame then that the show is going to forever be colored by its last awful 10 minutes.

According to Stereogum, Apple — who is touring with Blake Mills — was chided by the unnamed attendee (a woman) because of her appearance. ” Apple, understandably, looked aghast, then hurt, then furious. The restraint of the audience at the Newmark Theater as they watched the manic glee of Fiona Apple in performance mode was palpable.

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