It's nice to be remembered. There is so much beautiful music on YouTube - but it's still difficult to find something that I enjoy that can hold up its head in such august company.
Here's a jazz version of an almost forgotten melody that was a big hit in its day,
and here's another song that made it to the charts
I also came across this; as it was not a live performance, I hesitated to include it at first, but it's a lovely song, the first hit performance from a then-obscure songwriter who, many years later, became a well-known singer-songwriter with hits like "It's Too Late" and "I Feel the Earth Move"...
and so I thought that I really should work it in to the tapestry of my post.
The song was originally recorded by Bobby Vee, for whom Carole King wrote other songs, but it ended up as just an album track rather than a single. Here's a live performance of this song by a famous British singer:
who, in an odd parallel, recorded "It's My Party" as a mere album track before Lesley Gore made it her big breakthrough hit.