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The Barry Sisters - Collection - 1961-1969, FLAC 24-192

10-04-2016, 18:18
Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Title: Collection
Year Of Release: 1961-1969
Label: Roulette Records, Saga Eros
Genre: Jazz/Pop/Vocal
Quality: FLAC 24-192
Total Time: 1:55:34
Total Size: 3, 78 Gb

The Barry Sisters - Collection - 1961-1969, FLAC 24-192

Minnie (c. 1923 – October 31, 1976) and Clara Bagelman (October 17, 1920 – November 22, 2014), best known under the stage names Merna and Claire Barry, were popular American Klezmer and jazz entertainers from the 1940s to the early 1970s.

Minnie and Clara were born in the Bronx, New York, to Ashkenazi Jewish parents, Herman and Ester, from Russia and Austria, respectively, and two younger sisters, Celia and Julia. When Minnie and Clara decided to entertain by singing in Yiddish, as The Bagelman Sisters, their father told them they would need to do it in the manner of the Old World and not with American accents.

The young girls got their first break as singers on WLTH Radio's "Uncle Norman" show for children and were still then known as The Bagelman Sisters. They made their first recordings with Victor Records in the late 1930s. They made a name for themselves as Yiddish jazz singers. When the Andrews Sisters' version of the Yiddish song, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schön", became a hit, musician and composer Sam Medoff, also known as Dick Manning, started his "Yiddish Melodies in Swing" radio program on New York's WHN. Before joining the radio show, the sisters made a change of their stage surname from Bagelman to Barry.

From 1937 until the mid-1950s they performed on the program, where they would sing jazz recordings in Yiddish. Their recordings included popular tunes, such as "Rain Drops Keep Falling on My Head", translated into Yiddish ("Trop'ns Fin Regen Oif Mein Kop"). They also performed in New York's Catskills resort hotels. They eventually toured with Mickey Katz. During the height of their popularity, they made appearances on the Ed Sullivan and Jack Paar shows and were one of the few American acts to tour the Soviet Union in 1959. The sisters entertained Israeli troops during the Yom Kippur War. The Barry Sisters "didn't look like the typical Yiddish theater stars or singers of that era", said Breier. "They looked glamorous. And they spared no expense for their orchestrations—they always had the best orchestrations possible

Barry Sisters, The – Shalom(1961) Mono
Roulette Records – R 25127 Artone - PRL 060

A1 Israeli Medley
A1.1 Artza Alinu
A1.2 Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, Tzena
A2 Papirossen
A3 Ketzele Baroiges
A4 Ain Kik Auf Dir
A5 Mama
A6 Nicht Auf Zintug
B1 Exodus
B2 Chribim Chiribom
B3 Tsi Shpait
B4 Passover Medley
B5 Git Mir Op Mazel-Tov
B6 Die Greene Koseene

Barry Sisters, The – Side By Side(1961)
Roulette Records – SR 25136

A1 Around The World (Victor Young)
A2 Cry Me A River (Arthur Hamilton)
A3 Dont You Do Right(Joe McCoy)
A4 Come'Prima/For The First Time(Lacconi, Ram, Panzeri, DiPaola)
A5 Misty (Garner, Burke)
A6 Ciao, Ciao, Bambina (Verde, Modugno, Parish)
B1 Who's Sorry Now (Kalma, Ruby, Snyder)
B2 A Fool To Want You (Sinatra, Wolf, Herron)
B3 Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home (Cannon, Frey)
B4 Autumn Leaves (Mercer, Kosma)
B5 Fascination (Manning, Marchetti)
B6 It's Alright With Me (Cole Porter)

Barry Sisters, The – Jewish Favourites(1969)
Saga Eros – EROS 8078

A1 Hava Nagila
A2 Bublitchki
A3 Vyoch Tyoch Tyoch
A4 Yingele Nit Vain
A5 Zuges Mir Noch Amool
A6 Yuh, Mein Liebe Tochter
B1 Dem Nyem Scher
B2 Tumbala-lika
B3 Ich Chob Dich Zifeel Lieb
B4 Fargess Mich Nit
B5 Eishes-chiyell
B6 Vie Aheen Zol Ich Gayn

The Barry Sisters - Collection - 1961-1969, FLAC 24-192

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