1. Danny Boy - Fred Weatherly This is an old-time favourite. The lyrics are so poignant, especially the second verse. Keith Jarrett's solo rendition (Tokyo 2002) redefines the boundaries of lyricism - you can almost feel the piano breathing, singing and telling a story. 2. Moonglow - Will Hudson I think the most 'chilled' version of this song must be K.D. Lang and Tony Bennett's rendition; it's the kind of song that befits a pre-dinner drinks session in the company of a few close friends. 3. Waters of March - Antonio Jobim I just love relaxing to this song after a hard day's work. 4. What are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? - Michel Legrand This song is for romantics and the lyrics are indescribably beautiful. People just don't write lyrics like these nowadays. 5. Tea for Two - Vincent Youmans Nearly 60 years after Art Tatum's death his pianistic virtuosity remains unsurpassed; his interpretation of this song is magnificent and embodies perfection that could only have come from somebody divinely gifted.