Bobby Hackett, Ronnie David - Open A New Window FLAC album
Bobby Hackett (cor), Dave Mckenna (p), Bob Carter (b), Dick Scott (ds) Album：" The Bobby Hackett Quartet" Recorded： New York City, March 24-26,1959.
From the David W. Niven Collection of Jazz History, a cassette recording from the Jazz artist Bobby Hackett, from the era of 1939-1944
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The group reached its height of popularity in the 1980s. During the group's first experience with fame in 1983, its members were Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Bobby Brown, Ronnie DeVoe and Ralph Tresvant. Early hits included "Candy Girl," "Cool It Now," and "Mr. Telephone Man". Tresvant was the lead singer on most of the songs.
24 June at 07:15 ·. Ronnie Henry.
Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky & Mike (RBRM) Tour Dates (New Dates Bolded). September 6 – Ontario, CA Citizens Business Bank. Coney Island September 22 – Mashantucket, CT Foxwoods Casino September 23 – Atlantic City, NJ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino September 29 – Fairfax, VA @ Eagle Bank Arena September 30 – Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center October 4 – Portsmouth, VA @ Union Bank & Trust Pavilion October 5 – Macon, GA @ Macon City Auditorium October 6 – Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park Amphitheatre October 7 – Savannah, GA @ Savannah Civic Center October 12 – New Orleans
Hackett, whether he’s playing muted or wide open, tells his story in a plain-spoken and effortless manner and somehow elevates these settings beyond what on the surface smacks of commercial allure. The smaller group stuff is up next and this is where Hackett’s hotter style finds a place to roam at length. Grouped along with the Gotham sides are the quartet albums originally released as At the Embers, The Bobby Hackett Quartet, and Easy Beat. Here again, Hackett strikes a mainstream pose, but casts a wider shadow due to the fact that he serves as the main solo voice in each ensemble. Names such as Dave McKenna and Buzzy Drootin figure prominently into the mix as well. Finally, things wrap up with two lively concept albums that manage to work despite what meet seems like nothing more than an A&R man’s plan for bringing in some bucks.
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|A||Open A New Window
Written-By – J. Herman*
|B||Where Am I Going?
Written-By – C. Coleman*, D. Fields*
- Directed By [Mus. Dir.] – Frank Hunter
- Piano – Ronnie David
- Producer – Bob Morgan , Stu Phillips
- Trumpet – Bobby Hackett
NotesA side from the Musical Production "Mame"
B side from the Musical Production "Sweet Charity"
From the Epic album "The Swingin'est Gals In Town" FLM 13107
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): JZSP 114072
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): JZSP 114073
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout ): ZSP114072-1A (stamped) T1 (etched)
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout): ZSP114073-1A (stamped) T1 (etched)
|5-10029||Bobby Hackett, Ronnie David||Bobby Hackett, Ronnie David - Open A New Window (7", Promo)||Epic||5-10029||US||1966|
|5-10029||Bobby Hackett, Ronnie David||Bobby Hackett, Ronnie David - Open A New Window (7", Promo, Styrene)||Epic||5-10029||US||1966|