August 19, 2014


Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Cover 1920s Song "I Can't Give You Anything But Love"

After covering Broadway classic "Anything Goes," Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have revealed their latest jazzy duet, "I Can't Give You Anything But Love." There's a walking bassline, gospel organs and brassy horn blasts to back the pair's soulful crooning. And while we love listening to Gaga and Tony, we really get into the throwback vibe when the trumpet solo kicks in. 

Jazz songbird Adelaide Hall was the one who originally sang "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" in 1928. The song has since become a classic, covered by everyone from Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday to Rufus Wainwright and Fantasia.

The new track is the latest offering from the pair's collaboration album Cheek to Cheek, their record of jazz standards scheduled to drop on September 23. The full tracklist was released today, revealing a selection of classic favorites ("It Don't Mean a Thing" or "Lush Life," anyone?) as well as solo tracks from the two singers. Check it out below:

Cheek to Cheek (Deluxe Version) Tracklist: 
1. Anything Goes
2. Cheek To Cheek 
3. Don’'t Wait Too Long (Tony Bennett solo)
4. I Can't’ Give You Anything But Love
5. Nature Boy
6. Goody Goody
7. Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye (Lady Gaga Solo)
8. Firefly
9. I Won'’t Dance
10. They All Laughed
11. Lush Life (Lady Gaga solo)
12. Sophisticated Lady (Tony Bennett solo)
13. Let’s Face The Music And Dance
14. But Beautiful
15. It Don’'t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)