This tune was recorded by others for a decade before becoming a hit in 1951 when Les Paul and Mary Ford covered it. It's a fun, swing tune which became the signature tune for the popular couple. Rich presents his version at a slightly slower tempo in the original key of G. First he walks you through the tune with a chord melody lesson played in single notes and chords. Next, his crafted solo uses hooky motifs transposed to the first set of chord changes. to help you learn to adapt a phrase from major then minor. His Freddie Green style comping arrangement uses lots of inversions and makes a fun way to work on them. Last Rich explains and demonstrates the target notes of the chord progression and the scales used for improv soloing also discussing Major, Dorian and Bebop Harmonic Minor scales, as well as tonal centers and 2-5-1 chord changes. You'll also l Alearn how to play the scales while staying in in the seventh position of the neck and then moving to the fifth and third position to show those scale shapes. A total of 115 minutes of video with fretboard close ups, rehearsed slowly by measure then by section with printable PDF in both tab and standard notation plus Mp3 practice tracks at 135 and 165 BPM.