Jeffrey Scott Williams sings the most popular version of the song Unforgettable that was recorded by Nat King Cole in 1951, with an arrangement written by Nelson Riddle. A non-orchestrated version of the song recorded in 1952 is featured as a bonus track on the CD reissue of 1955’s completely instrumental (save the bonus material) Penthouse Serenade. Cole recorded the tune anew in 1961, in a stereo version of the Riddle arrangement, for the album The Nat King Cole Story.
Nat Cole’s original recording was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000.
Jeffrey Scott Williams sings “Come Monday”? a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was first released on his 1974 album Living & Dying in ? Time and was his first Top 40 hit single, reaching No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as No. 3 Easy Listening and No. 58 Country.
Buffett wrote the song to his wife while he was on tour. At a live performance in 1974, Buffett mentioned that he had written the song heading out to California the previous year, meaning that it would have been written as he was “heading up to San Francisco for the Labor Day Weekend show” in 1973.
It is one of Buffett’s more popular songs, and is part of “The Big 8” that he has played at almost all of his concerts, typically changing the line “I just can’t wait to see you again” to “It’s so nice to be in…(location of show)…again”.