Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons tabs
The standard All Of Me was born in a time when songwriting was a job in itself, not something the singer had to do before recording an album. In the thirties, Tin Pan Alley was the hottest publishing street in New York, and that’s where Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons wrote one of the most recorded songs in History, back in 1931. More than 2000 versions exist, and the strength of that swing classic mostly comes from its amazing adaptability that makes it work in a country, gypsy jazz, pop or even punk context.
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