Carmen McRae - Come On, Come In / I Love The Ground You Walk On FLAC album
Live At Music Inn - Rome with Pat Coil on piano John Leftwich on bass and Donald Bailey on drums.
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A note on the back says "Due to time restrictions, the spoken introductions included in the album package are not included on this compact disc. Outras versões (5 de 16) Ver tudo.
They achieve a perfect balance between sophisticated charm (McRae) and eager-to-please hamminess (Davis), and the record is a joy from beginning to end. Of particular note are their take on "Baby, It's Cold Outside" (where Sam cracks up Carmen a couple of times), the very romantic "There's a Small Hotel" (which shows the pair weren't all laughs but had some emotional depth too), and their lighthearted romp through "You're the To. With no weak tracks, the album should rate right up there with any vocal duet album made
Carmen Mercedes McRae (April 8, 1922 – November 10, 1994) was an American jazz singer. She is considered one of the most influential jazz vocalists of the 20th century and is remembered for her behind-the-beat phrasing and ironic interpretation of lyrics. McRae was inspired by Billie Holiday, but she established her own voice. She recorded over sixty albums and performed worldwide.
I Worship The Ground You Walk On Lyrics. How can you leave me Darling, how can you go How can you grieve me When in your heart you know That I worship the ground you walk on Oh baby, Don't you walk on me How can you hurt me, hurt me After all we've been through Please don't desert me baby I'm begging you 'Cause I worship
Carmen Mercedes McRae (April 8, 1922 – November 10, 1994) was an American jazz singer. In 1948 she moved to Chicago with comedian and impressionist George Kirby, with whom she had fallen in love. At the end of the relationship, she worked as a pianist and singer at the Archway Lounge. She played piano steadily for almost four years at a number of clubs in Chicago before returning to New York in 1952. In Chicago she developed her own specific style. Those years in Chicago, McRae told Jazz Forum, "gave me whatever it is that I have now. That's the most prominent schooling I ever ha. Carmen McRae
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