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Shirley Horn - At The Gaslight Square/Loads Of Love (Bonus Track Version) (2013)

1-04-2015, 20:23
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Shirley Horn - At The Gaslight Square/Loads Of Love (Bonus Track Version) (2013)

Artist: Shirley Horn
Title Of Album: At The Gaslight Square/Loads Of Love (Bonus Track Version)
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Label: Solar Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 78:27
Total Size: 184 MB
Covers: Front

01. Sometimes I'm Happy (2:20)
02. If I Should Lose You (6:34)
03. Summertime (2:01)
04. Good For Nothin' Joe (8:09)
05. Day In, Day Out (3:45)
06. 'Round Midnight (Instrumental) (3:30)
07. He Needs Me (5:20)
08. Makin' Whoopee (2:47)
09. Wild Is Love Love (1:29)
10. Loads Of Love (2:23)
11. My Future Just Passed (2:40)
12. There's A Boat That's Leaving Soon For New York (2:41)
13. Ten Cents A Dance (3:49)
14. Only The Lonely (3:05)
15. The Second Time Around (3:12)
16. Do It Again (2:56)
17. It's Love (2:00)
18. That's No Joke (2:41)
19. Love For Sale (3:49)
20. Who Am I (2:49)
21. A Foggy Day (Bonus Track) (3:15)
22. I Loves You Porgy (Bonus Track) (3:17)
23. Love Is Here To Stay (Bonus Track) (3:44)

This release contains, FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER ON CD, Shirley Horn's ultra rare 1961 live performance at the Gaslight Square, in Saint Louis (wrongly presented on a long out of print LP as having been taped at the Village Vanguard). In addition to her vocals, she is also featured here on piano backed only by bass and drums. As a bonus, Horn's complete 1962 album Loads of Love (Mercury SR-60761), boasting such stars as Gerry Mulligan, Al Cohn, Hank Jones and Kenny Burrell, plus three tunes featuring Shirley on vocals from a long session she made with violinist Stuff Smith in 1959.

SHIRLEY HORN, vocals, piano
Live at the Gaslight Square, St. Louis, August, 1961.

[9-20] Bonus Album: Loads of Love
Shirley Horn with the Jimmy Jones Orchestra.
New York, September 13 & 15, 1962

[21-23] Bonus Tracks:
Shirley Horn (vocals & piano), Stuff Smith (violin),
Lewis Packer (b), Harry Saunders (d).
Washington, D.C., August 7, 1959.
Original session produced by Norman Granz.

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