Dorothy Loudon With The Norman Paris Trio - Dorothy Loudon At The Blue Angel mp3 album
Dorothy Loudon (September 17, 1925 – November 15, 2003) was an American actress and singer. She won the Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical in 1977 for her performance as Miss Hannigan in Annie. Loudon was also nominated for Tony Awards for her lead performances in the musicals The Fig Leaves Are Falling and Ballroom, as well as a Golden Globe award for her appearances on The Garry Moore Show.
Cover information about the songs on the release Dorothy Loudon at the Blue Angel by Dorothy Loudon: who covered the songs, who sang the originals. Dorothy Loudon at the Blue Angel by Dorothy Loudon. Dorothy Loudon with the Norman Paris Trio. Originally by Sophie Tucker. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.
Accompanied by the Norman Paris trio, the recording ably demonstrates Loudon's immense talent and showmanship as both comedienne and vocalist. Making this collection even more definitive is the addition of Loudon's complete rare singles recorded between 1951-1955, which the most ardent collectors would have trouble finding today. All the tracks featured make their debut on CD and have been digitally remastered
Album · 2012 · 13 Songs. At the Blue Angel Dorothy Loudon. Listen on Apple Music. All the tracks featured make their debut on CD and have been digitally remastered . I had the live Blue Angel album originally on a 33-1/3 vinyl album and was surprised and thankful to find it transferred to a CD decades after it was recorded. If you are a Dorothy Loudon fan you must get this early recording of her in an intimate, night club setting.
A major recording, "Dorothy Loudon at the Blue Angel" followed, along with several guest appearances on musical variety television shows. In 1962, Loudon made her Broadway debut in the musical "Nowhere to Go But Up," which folded in two weeks. Nevertheless, her performance opposite Martin Balsam earned her Theatre World's selection as the season's most promising newcomer. Loudon was married to the Emmy Award-winning composer Norman Paris from 1971 until his death in 1977. Her battle with cancer forced her to withdraw from a 2002 Broadway revival of "Dinner at Eight" prior to her death in 2003.
|A1||Red Hot Mama (Interpolation: Some Day My Prince Will Come)|
|A2||Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love|
|A4||South Rampart Street Parade|
|A5||I Like A Hungry Man|
|B1||Six Feet Of Papa|
|B2||Supper On The Table|
|B3||You Gotta See Your Mama|
|B7||Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen|
|CRL 57265||Dorothy Loudon With The Norman Paris Trio||Dorothy Loudon With The Norman Paris Trio - Dorothy Loudon At The Blue Angel (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Coral||CRL 57265||US||1959|
|CRL 757265||Dorothy Loudon With The Norman Paris Trio||Dorothy Loudon With The Norman Paris Trio - Dorothy Loudon At The Blue Angel (LP, Album, Pin)||Coral||CRL 757265||US||1959|
|CRL 757265||Dorothy Loudon With The Norman Paris Trio||Dorothy Loudon With The Norman Paris Trio - Dorothy Loudon At The Blue Angel (LP, Album)||Coral||CRL 757265||US||1959|