This kind of "the whole is greater than the sum of the parts" so rarely happens. I thought I knew almost all of Blue Eyes' lyrics, but I just learned "It Happened In Monterey." There's an R-rated joke one can tell to any audience that's old enough to remember the enormous Mercury Monterey car, for a few years they had a rear window that would go up and down electric -- in the interest of propriety I'll leave it (and additional possibilities) to the group's imagination. It can also be done squeaky-clean but with double entendre.
I know a few will throw rotten tomatoes at me when I admit that I DO listen to jazz singers other than FAS
-- but more often live than on recording. Occasionally some of us will be sitting around a piano, singing some of the great tunes (in a key we can agree upon -- which is hard with 'Guys 'n Dolls') and someone will say, "gee, I wish I could swing like [him/her]..." I then immediately instruct them to re-listen to (or, Heaven forbid, finally purchase) "Songs for Swingin' Lovers." THAT's how to swing, baby!
Like many other posters in this thread before me, I think that the "Under My Skin" 'bone solo is a gas; just the greatest. However, I was sooo disappointed when Bono decided to "scat" (if one calls it that) over it on "Duets." What was with THAT?!