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Barbara Russell - Swing With Me/Golden Blues (2015)

14-04-2015, 20:34
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Blues | Pop

Barbara Russell - Swing With Me/Golden Blues (2015)

Artist: Barbara Russell
Title Of Album: Swing With Me/Golden Blues
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz/Blues/Pop Vocals
Label: Fresh Sound Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 76:48
Total Size: 180 MB
Covers: Front

01. The Destroyer (2:00)
02. Once Upon A Time (3:56)
03. Getting To Know You (1:55)
04. Sunday In New York (2:39)
05. Who's Sorry Now (2:28)
06. Mean To Me (2:24)
07. You Don't Know What Love Is (2:32)
08. Love Me Or Leave Me (2:25)
09. I Cried For You (2:09)
10. Georgia (3:05)
11. Never On Sunday (2:43)
12. Cry Me A River (2:12)
13. Am I Blue (2:28)
14. Learnin' The Blues (2:51)
15. Love Me Tender (2:37)
16. Bye Bye Blues (2:40)
17. The Last Dance (2:37)
18. Misty (3:41)
19. Why Don't You Do Right (2:11)
20. 'Round Midnight (3:41)
21. Something Happens To Me (2:45)
22. He's My Guy (3:16)
23. This Could Be The Start Of Something (3:03)
24. The End Of A Love Affair (3:02)
25. Oh, You Crazy Moon (3:10)
26. I Remember You (2:53)
27. Too Late Now (3:20)
28. By Myself (1:54)

Featuring: Barbara Russell (vcl), with orchestras arranged and conducted by Don Costa, Nick Perito & Bucky Pizzarelli

Barbara Russell was a singer with a vibrant, arresting vocal quality, a fine sense of phrasing and feel for a lyric, and an utterly captivating style. She was also a tall, willowy blonde, a commanding presence and a “star” in every respect. It made for a performer capable of holding an audience from the first note and maintaining the interest and excitement throughout the entire performance.

Her jazz-influenced style runs the gamut from warm, intimate ballads to the swinging up tempo tunes, as she demonstrated in these two albums recorded for United Artists between 1960 and 1962. She treated each song with respect, and the Don Costa arrangements on “Swing with Me,” and those of Nick Peritofor “Golden Blues” became the velvet cushion for the jeweled tones of Barbara Russell.

As a bonus, the last four tracks included here were recorded live at Jazzland, a theater-restaurant, opened in May 1964 in the Louisiana Pavilion at the World's Fair. Jazzland was open daily from noon to 2 A.M., with Barbara Russell among the attractions, as well as the Al Beldini trio, who accompanied her.

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ogutierrez   User offline   14 April 2015 21:08

Thank you very much

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singlemalt   User offline   15 April 2015 12:41

Thanks a lot 1

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