Julie London - About The Blues FLAC album
Текст песни: My mama done told me, when I was in pig tails My mama done told me, Hon, a man’s gonna sweet talk And give you the big eye but when the sweet talkin’s done A man is a two face, a worrisome thing.
About the Blues is an album by Julie London that was released in 1957. The album includes two songs written by Bobby Troup, her husband. Miles Davis recorded a version of one of them, "The Meaning of the Blues". The eighteen-piece band was arranged by Russell Garcia. Julie London - vocals. Willie Smith - alto saxophone. Maynard Ferguson - trumpet. Barney Kessel - guitar. Shelly Manne - drums. Russ Garcia - arranger, conductor.
I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues. Written-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler. A3. A Nightingale Can Sing The Blues. Written-By – Dick Charles (2), Lawrence Markes, Jr. 3:09. A4. Get Set For The Blues. Written-By – Joe R. Karnes. A5. Invitation To The Blues. Written-By – Allan Roberts, Arthur Gershwin, Doris Fisher. About The Blues (LP, Album).
Calendar Girl is an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number SL-9002 in 1956. In keeping with the title, each of the first twelve tracks had a month in its title, completing the album with a song entitled "Thirteenth Month". Two of the songs were composed especially for this album by London's future husband, Bobby Troup, who also produced the album, as he did many of her albums. Julie London – vocals. Dick Nash - trombone. Al Hendrickson - guitar.
Since downbeat torch songs were London's specialty, the album features an excellent selection of nocturnal but classy blues songs that play to her subtle strengths instead of against them. Likewise, Russ Garcia's clever arrangements bleed jazz touches and short solos over the solitary strings and big-band charts. Like June Christy, London usually included a couple of new songs in with a selection of standards, and her husband, Bobby Troup, wrote two excellent numbers for the album.
Here is Julie London's fondly-remembered 1957 album 'About the Blues', crisply remastered by the good people at Blue Note Records. Next to her 1960 album Around Midnight, this is probably my favourite London platter. Ms Julie always sounded at her best with this kind of laid-back, sensual jazz and blues material, and she doesn't disappoint here. Numbers like "Basin Street Blues", "Meaning of the Blues", "Shadow Woman" (totally CLASSIC London), and "Invitation to the Blues" are all given solid readings
Album by Julie London. I Gotta A Right To Sing the Blues. Meaning of the Blues. The Blues Is All I Ever Had. Blues in the Night. MusicBrainz: About The Blues.
Julie London wasn't really a jazz singer, but she possessed a definite jazz feeling and many of her finest albums (such as Julie Is Her Name and Juli. t Home) feature small-group jazz backings. About the Blues was aimed at the 1950s pop market, but it may just be her best orchestral session. Since downbeat torch songs were London's specialty, the album features an excellent selection of nocturnal but classy blues songs that play to her subtle strengths instead of against them. Прослушать Скачать 02:13. Mad About The Boy. Прослушать Скачать 02:08. Прослушать Скачать 02:10. Прослушать Скачать 02:51. Прослушать Скачать 02:58. Прослушать Скачать 02:44.