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With the exception of Freeman, so inspired here, this was one version of the band Wilson led at Cafe Society Downtown.
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Without doing too much, he sounds as if he believes the lyrics and he believes in the song, and his gentle affectionate conviction is warming.
Here, on December 6, 1940, he was accompanied by Bill Coleman, trumpet; Benny Morton, trombone; Edmond Hall, clarinet; Bud Freeman, tenor saxophone; Teddy Wilson, piano; Eddie Gibbs, guitar; Billy Taylor, Sr., string bass; Yank Porter, drums.
It is, on the surface, a love song — your love shows through in the way you smile at me — but it is also a song about the possibility of a love that is less specific, more embracing. There are many versions of SMILES on You Tube — pretty and respectful performances from 1918, with the verse, to more recent ones by swing / New Orleans bands.
But the latter are too speedy for me, as if the bands are trying to show how well and hot they play by increasing the tempo.