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Irene Kral - In The Name Of Love (2015)

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Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: In The Name Of Love
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Nagel Heyer Records
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 62:55
Total Size: 148 MB

01. Comes Love (2:32)
02. It's A Wonderful World (2:30)
03. The Night We Called It A Day (2:29)
04. Rock Me To Sleep (2:17)
05. Detour Ahead (3:40)
06. I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (2:42)
07. The Meaning Of The Blues (3:07)
08. It Isn't So Good (2:29)
09. Lazy Afternoon (2:51)
10. What's Right For You (2:57)
11. Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry (3:32)
12. This Little Love Of Ours (2:04)
13. Something To Remember You By (2:11)
14. Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most (2:59)
15. I'd Know You Anywhere (2:09)
16. This Is Always (3:20)
17. Better Than Anything (2:18)
18. The Touch Of Your Lips (2:18)
19. Memphis In June (2:54)
20. Nobody Else But Me (1:52)
21. Passing By (1:50)
22. No More (3:08)
23. Everybody Knew But Me (1:58)
24. Just Friends (2:36)

Irene Kral (January 18, 1932 – August 15, 1978) was an American jazz singer who was born to Czechoslovakian parents in Chicago, Illinois, and settled in Los Angeles in the early 1960s. She died, due to breast cancer, in Encino, California.

Kral's older brother, Roy Kral, was a successful musician when she started singing professionally as a teenager. She sang with bands on tours led by Woody Herman and Chubby Jackson, former Herman bass player. She joined Maynard Ferguson's band in the late 1950s and sang with groups led by Stan Kenton and Shelly Manne. She then started a solo career until her death at 46 years of age. She was a ballad singer who stated that Carmen McRae was one of her inspirations. She became more famous posthumously when Clint Eastwood used her recordings in his 1995 movie The Bridges of Madison County.

Her style has been compared to that of Carmen McRae (the two singers were friends). Dana Countryman quotes from Lorraine Dahl's 1984 book on women in jazz, Stormy Weather: "Irene Kral had a lovely, resonant voice with a discreet vibrato, flawless diction and intonation, and a slight, attractive nasality and shaping of phrases that resembled Carmen McRae's. But where McRae's readings tend to the astringent, Kral's melt like butter. She was a master of quiet understatement and good taste. ~Wikipedia

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ogutierrez   User offline   11 March 2015 21:30

Thank you vm

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