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Eydie Gorme - The Wonderful Eydie Gorme

26-08-2016, 12:16
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: The Wonderful Eydie Gorme
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Music Products
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 53:56 min
Total Size: 117 MB

01. Besame Mucho
02. I'll Take Romance
03. Too Close For Comfort
04. Johnny One Note
05. Together (Wherever We Go)
06. Your Kisses Kill Me
07. To You From Me
08. After You've Gone
09. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
10. Stormy Weather
11. Kiss In Your Eyes
12. Who's Sorry Now
13. Singin' In The Rain
14. Chicago
15. Hello Young Lovers
16. Sentimental Me
17. When I Fall In Love
18. Why Shouldn't I
19. Button Up Your Overcoat
20. Tip Toe Through The Tulips With Me
21. I Wanna Be Loved By You

With her husband Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, who has died aged 84, was one of the last survivors of an American show-business tradition that dated back to the big-band era and the golden age of lounge entertainment. Their stock-in-trade was their mastery of the classic American popular song, coupled with a comic act they had been developing since they first met in the early 1950s. Outside the duo Steve and Eydie, they both enjoyed successful solo careers. Gorme reached No 10 in Britain in 1962 with Yes, My Darling Daughter, and had a US top 10 hit the following year with Blame It on the Bossa Nova. The latter earned her a Grammy nomination for best female vocal performance and became something of a trademark song.

She was born Edith Gormezano in the Bronx, New York City. Her mother was Turkish, her father, a tailor, was Sicilian, and both were Sephardic Jews. The youngest of three children, brought up speaking English and Spanish, Gorme worked as a Spanish interpreter with the UN after graduating from William Howard Taft high school in 1946. But having sung in a band at school, she was determined to make a career in the entertainment business. By 1950 she was singing with Tommy Tucker's band, then moved on to Tex Beneke's ensemble before striking out on a solo career in 1952.

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