Only You (Harry Connick, Jr. Album) - Music DVD

Music DVD

A music DVD Only You: In Concert was released in March 2004, after it had first aired as a Great Performances special on PBS.

Songs on the DVD (Live video)

  1. "Save The Last Dance For Me"
  2. "For Once in My Life"
  3. "Good Night My Love (Pleasant Dreams)"
  4. "It Might As Well Be Spring"
  5. "We Are In Love"
  6. "The Very Thought Of You"
  7. "You Don't Know Me"
  8. "Bourbon Street Parade"
  9. "There Is Always One More Time"
  10. "Sweet Georgia Brown"
  11. "I Still Get Jealous"
  12. "Other Hours"
  13. "My Blue Heaven"
  14. "Only You (And You Alone)"
  15. "I'm Walkin'"
  16. "Come By Me"

Connick won an Emmy for "Outstanding Music Direction" in the "Great Performances" category in September 2004, and received a Gold & Platinum "Music Video - Long Form" Award from the RIAA for his Only You: In Concert DVD, in November 2005.

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