Jazz singer Sarah Vaughan - known as The Divine One - released a cover of Misty on her 1958 Vaughan and Violins album. The song was originally an instrumental jazz standard written in 1954 by pianist Erroll Garner. The song was later given lyrics by Johnny Burke at the request of Johnny Mathis. By 1958 when Mathis recorded the song - which later became his signature song - several other versions had been recorded. In 1971, the popularity of the song inspired Clint Eastwood to use it in his low-buget box office success Play Misty For Me. In 1991, the original Eric Garner version was inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame, and in 2002 the Johnny Mathis version was inducted.
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