Bobby Short And His Orchestra - Celebrating 30 Years At The Cafe Carlyle FLAC album
Album · 1997 · 14 Songs.
The late jazz/cabaret singer Bobby Short performs a 25-tune set live at New York City's Cafe Carlyle. The renowned singer/pianist, originally from Danville, Illinois, entertained audiences at the Cafe Carlyle for almost forty years. This program provides one of his classic concerts from the esteemed New York City venue, as well as an inside look at Short's life outside the club.
10 USD. Arrangers: Bobby Short; Loren Schoenberg. Instead, it finds 72-year-old singer/pianist Bobby.
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And From Napoli To Pisa, Ev'ry Man Has On His Knees A Little Private Mona Lisa To Adore. 3. You've Got That Thing. Bobby Short and his Orchestra Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Instead, it finds 72-year-old singer/pianist Bobby Short, who began appearing at the Cafe Carlyle in Manhattan's Carlyle Hotel in 1968 and has continued ever since, fronting a sort of small big band (three reeds, five brass, plus the rhythm section of himself, bassist Frank Tate, and drummer Klaus Suonsaari) in a recording studio in August 1997. But, as Cafe Carlyle patrons over the years have noted, Short's always husky voice has deteriorated, and considerable gravel is audible in his singing here, which tends to make the earlier recordings of these songs superior. Short has never been, and has never billed himself as, a jazz musician.
The Carioca - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. 4. Guess Who's in Town - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. 5. Moten Swing, You're Driving Me Crazy - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. 6. How's Your Romance - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. 7. At Long Last Love - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. 8. I Can't Get Started - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. 9. Hooray for Love - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. 10. Body and Soul - Bobby Short and his Orchestra. ℗ 1997 Telarc International.
His dedication to his great love – what he called the "Great American Song" – left him equally adept at performing the witty lyrics of Bessie Smith's "Gimme a Pigfoot (And a Bottle of Beer)" or Gershwin and Duke's "I Can't Get Started". He was a personal friend of Tom Jobim and was present during the composer's final days in New York City. Bobby Short is K-RA-ZY for Gershwin (1973, Atlantic). Live at the Cafe Carlyle (1974, Atlantic). Bobby Short Celebrates Rodgers & Hart (1975, Atlantic). Personal (1977, Atlantic). Moments Like This (1982, Elektra/Asylum). You're the Top: The Love Songs of Cole Porter (1999, Telarc). Piano (2001, Surroundedby Entertainment).
Being the recipient of the first Cole Porter Award, presented to him by the Porter family, Bobby’s unparallelled signature Cole Porter tunes are included in this set of fourteen tracks.
This song is played at 94 Beats Per Minute (Andante), or 24 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video Guess Who's in Town. Guess Who's in Town. Top Songs Bobby Short. It's Bad for Me. 50 by Bobby Short.
|1||I Like The Likes Of You/I've Got My Eyes On You/From This Moment On||4:10|
|2||You've Got That Thing||3:20|
|4||Guess Who's In Town||3:16|
|5||Moten Swing/You're Driving Me Crazy||5:40|
|6||How's Your Romance||2:38|
|7||At Long Last Love||4:38|
|8||I Can't Get Started||4:04|
|9||Hooray For Love||2:50|
|10||Body And Soul||4:04|
|11||Just One Of Those Things||2:58|
|12||Romance In The Dark||5:16|
|13||On The Street Of Dreams||3:35|
|14||Picture Me Without You||2:30|
- Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Jay Brandford
- Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Scott Robinson
- Bass – Frank Tate
- Drums – Klaus Suonsaari
- Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Loren Schoenberg
- Trombone – Eddie Bert, Robert Edward Pring
- Trumpet – Darryl Shaw, John Eckert, Virgil Jones
- Vocals, Piano – Bobby Short
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 8940834282 0
|CD-83428||Bobby Short And His Orchestra||Celebrating 30 Years At The Cafe Carlyle (CD, Album, Club)||Telarc Jazz||CD-83428||US||1997|