Backing tracks (play-alongs) for piano

Fly me to the moon

Fly me to the moon in C, easy swing (100bpm). (Download mp3)
4 bar intro (on the recording), then you do the rest.
2 choruses
Ending: abrubt on the last note of the tune, pushed (i.e. on the last half beat of bar 30) then piano break followed by Db7-C on beat 2 of bar 32.

Fly me to the moon in C, swing (120bpm). (Download mp3)
3 choruses.
4 bar intro: suggested chords | Bm7b5 | E7 | Am7 | Bm7b5 E7 |
Ending: abrubt on the last note of the tune, pushed (i.e. on the last half beat of bar 30) then piano break followed by Db7-C on beat 2 of bar 32.

I can't get started

I can't get started in C, slow ballad (69bpm). (Download mp3)
2 choruses
Intro chords: | C/G | Dm7/G | E7 A7 | D7 G7 |
Ending | C F | C |

I can't get started, medium ballad (80bpm) in C. (Download mp3)
Intro chords: | C/E Ebo | Dm7 G7 | E7 A7 | D7 G7 |
As the other version, but with a slow swing feel.

Theme for Ernie

Theme for Ernie, very slow ballad (58bpm) in Ab. (Download mp3)
4 bar intro, chords | Ab/Eb | Bbm/Eb G/Eb | Ab/Eb | Gm7b5 C7 |
2 choruses.

Very early

Very early in C, slowish jazz waltz (107bpm). (Download mp3)
No intro.
3 choruses.

Once I loved

Once I loved in Dm, latin (140bpm). (Download mp3)
No intro.
Form is ABABB. The head is AB, then solo over AB, then the out head is just the B section. The A section is 16 bars, the B is 24, but only includes the 4 bar tag (seen in most real books) the last time. It also has a bespoke ending.

So to be clear, the chords for the last part of the B section are (first and second time):
| Bo7 | Bbm6 | Dm6 | Dm6 |
but for the ending:
| Bo7 | Bbm6 | Am6 | Ab7 | G7 | G-7 | Dm/F | E7 | Eb | Eb | Dm7 |

It could happen to you

It could happen to you in Eb, swing (120bpm). (Download mp3)
3 choruses.
4 bar intro: suggested chords | Am7b5 | D7 | Gm7 Gb7 | Fm7 Bb7|
Ending: abrubt on the last note of the tune, then piano break followed by Ebmaj7 on beat 2 of bar 32.

Blue in green

Blue in green in Dm, slow ballad 52bpm. (Download mp3)
Ending - first 3 bars form a coda.