About “It’s Alright With Me”
“It’s Alright With Me” is a hidden song by George Michael from his album Songs From The Last Century.
“It’s All Right with Me” is a popular song originally written by the renowned American composer and songwriter Cole Porter. It was introduced in the 1953 musical Can-Can, which Porter composed for the Broadway stage.
“It’s All Right with Me” has become a jazz standard, and it has been performed and recorded by numerous artists over the years, cementing its status as a beloved classic of the Great American Songbook. Its enduring popularity is a testament to Cole Porter’s enduring musical legacy.
About Songs From The Last Century
Songs From The Last Century is the fourth studio album by British singer-songwriter George Michael, released in 1999. Departing from his pop-driven sound, this album showcases Michael’s versatility as he explores a collection of classic covers from the 20th century.
With his soulful voice and heartfelt interpretations, Michael breathes new life into iconic songs such as “Roxanne,” “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?” and “Wild Is the Wind.” The album exudes a timeless elegance, showcasing Michael’s ability to transcend genres and deliver emotionally rich performances.
Songs From The Last Century is a departure from Michael’s previous works, offering a more mature and introspective musical journey. The arrangements are lush and sophisticated, often accompanied by orchestral elements that further enhance the album’s nostalgic and atmospheric vibe.
Although not as commercially successful as some of his earlier releases, Songs From The Last Century stands as a testament to George Michael’s artistry and his ability to breathe new life into beloved classics. It serves as a reminder of his immense talent and his dedication to crafting exceptional music.
How to find “It’s Alright With Me”
On CD: Play through the last track
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