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published time By Snigdha Chakraborty published time 15 May, 2015 Share image 0 Shares

You know what’s even better than sitting back with a peg of your favourite Scotch? Unwinding with your evening drink with some jazz playing in the background.

Like Steven Lacy, the saxophonist once said, “It’s like wine. When new, it’s only for the experts, but when it gets older, everyone wants it“

In the spirit of Steven’s words, LIS presents an exclusive list of remakes of some classic jazz songs from back in the day.

Frank Sinatra’s ‘The way you look tonight’ by Dino Robles

It’s slow, it’s soothing and if you wish to impress all the ladies at a party, what better way than quoting the evergreen Frank Sinatra.

Nina Simone’s ‘I put a spell on you’ by Annie Lennox

Perfect for a Karaoke night. Ladies! Sing it like Annie Lennox did and your crush would probably be under your spell by the end of the night.

Frank Sinatra’s ‘New York New York’ by Tom O Hara

“Start spreading the news, I'm leaving today.

I want to be a part of it..... “

Let go of everything that is old, jump off the cliff (metaphorically speaking) to be a part of something bigger and better just like the song says.

Louis Armstrong’s ‘La Vie En Rose’ by Daniela Andrade

An old time classic, ‘La Vi En Rose’ is perfect to listen to when you wish to do nothing but unwind, sip your favourite drink and melt away the office blues.

Marvin Gaye’s ‘Let's Get It On’ by Radio Riddler

Slip into that trance mode! Keep it going with this classics. After all, grooving to this one with a glass in your hand is totally permitted.

Keep these tracks on loop and rest assured you will have an amazing night ahead of you, be it on your day off or an evening, after a long hard day at work. Cheers! encourages you to Party Responsibly!