To See You

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To See You
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 11, 1997
RecordedAugust 4–10, 1997
Studio Capitol, Hollywood, California
Genre Traditional Pop
Label Columbia
Producer Tracey Freeman
Harry Connick Jr. chronology
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To See You
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Entertainment Weekly B+ [2]

To See You is an album by the American artist Harry Connick Jr., released in 1997. It is an album of love songs, recorded with a symphony orchestra.


"The inspiration for this was a flight attendant, really," Connick says. He added, "She asked if I had any romantic records, and I thought maybe it was time to do a romantic album."

Connick toured the United States and Europe with a full symphony orchestra backing him and his piano in each city. As part of his tour, he played at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway, with his final concert of that tour in Paris being recorded for a St. Valentine's Day special on PBS in 1998.

Track listing

All songs are written, arranged and orchestrated by Harry Connick Jr.

1."Let Me Love Tonight"10:07
2."To See You" (appears in the compilation album Songs from the Heart .)3:58
3."Let's Just Kiss"7:34
4."Heart Beyond Repair"8:06
6."Learn to Love" (appears in the movie Kissing a Fool )4:42
7."Love Me Some You"8:05
8."Much Love"6:35
9."In Love Again"9:06
10."Loved by Me"11:01
Total length:75:19



To See You made the first position in the Jazz charts in 1997, and was number 53 on the Billboard 200.


RegionCertification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA) [3] Gold500,000^

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

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  2. Entertainment Weekly, 11/21/97
  3. "American album certifications – Harry Connick Jr – To See You". Recording Industry Association of America . Retrieved October 9, 2019.