Nice to be back, sorry I've been away so long.
"The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" is a song written by Benjamin Weisman, Dorothy Wayne, and Marilyn Garrett. There have been some memorable versions of this, John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins both recorded magnificent takes. The Sonny Rollins version with Jim Hall is one of my favorite recordings by anyone. I was surprised it hasn't been called before. Also, it's a tune you could take a lot of different approaches with in terms of arrangement. You can find it in the original Real Book, although that's the more Coltrane influenced changes with the pedal point harmony.
There are Jamey Aebersold Play Alongs in Volume 52 and Volume 75. There's also a few backing tracks on YouTube as well. Should be in iRealBook and Band in a Box too. I've done a bossa style backing in BIAB for practicing myself.
Here's a backing track from YouTube.
Sonny Rollins with Jim Hall (nine minutes of heaven)
John Coltrane from Coltrane's Sound
Horace Silver with Hank and Donald Byrd
Paul Desmond with Jim Hall
Stan Getz (music starts at 1:42)
The great Joe Pass (the pitch on this is really slow, fyi)