This month's Song Of The Month is one I love to call when I'm in the mood for a haunting, beautiful, slow swing tune. My band plays it in E, which seems to be a relatively unusual key in gypsy jazz. It was written by Jimmie Lunceford, Michael Morales & Sy Oliver. I remember my first exposure to it: pre-covid there was a bi-weekly gypsy jazz jam in Asheville and someone called it. I didnt know it & had no chart for it, but found the changes easy to follow & the melody intriguing. According to Djangopedia, Django recorded it 5 times between 1949 & 1951. I have it on the excellent box set Django In Rome & I'll post a link to a good Django version of it later in this thread. Other notable versions of it include those by Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, and if you like vocal jazz, Jo Stafford. Feel free to chime in with your thoughts on it.