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Carmen McRae - The 1964 Orchestra Recordings mp3 album

  • Performer: Carmen McRae
  • Title: The 1964 Orchestra Recordings
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Formats: AHX DXD VQF MP4 TTA DTS XM
  • Released: 2006
  • MP3 album: 1757 mb
  • FLAC album: 1614 mb
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Carmen McRae - The 1964 Orchestra Recordings mp3 album

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Carmen McRae - In Love In Vain 03:13. Carmen McRae - Where Did It Go (Manha de Carnaval) 03:00. Carmen McRae - The Music That Makes Me Dance 03:42. Carmen McRae - Because You're Mine 02:32. Carmen McRae - Too Good 03:10. Carmen McRae - Once Upon A Summertime 02:23. Carmen McRae - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes 03:41. Carmen McRae - Cloudy Morning 03:00. Carmen McRae - Blame It On My Youth 03:29.

Songs from The 1964 Orchestra Recordings by Carmen McRae. Free download and listen The 1964 Orchestra Recordings. The 1964 Orchestra Recordings.

Carmen Mercedes McRae (April 8, 1922 – November 10, 1994) was an American jazz singer. She is considered one of the most influential jazz vocalists of the 20th century and is remembered for her behind-the-beat phrasing and ironic interpretation of lyrics. McRae was inspired by Billie Holiday, but she established her own voice. She recorded over sixty albums and performed worldwide.

Carmen McRae with Peter Matz and orchestra: "Second to None" John Bello (tp), John Messner, Charles Small, Chauncey Welsch (tb); Tony Studd (b-tb), Ray Alonge, Dick Berg, Jimmy Buffington (fhr), Phil Bodner (fl, a-fl, cl, oboe), Shelly Gold (fl, a-fl, oboe), Barry Galbraith (g), Norman Simmons (p), Richard Davis, Victor Sproles (b); Archie Freeman (d), George Devens, Phil. Kraus (perc), Gene Bianco (harp) plus 10 violins, 4 violas and 4 cellos.

Tracklist

1 In Love In Vain
2 Where Did It Go? (Manha de Carnaval)
3 The Music That Makes Me Dance
4 Because You're Mine
5 Too Good
6 Once Upon A Summertime
7 The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
8 Cloudy Morning
9 Blame It On My Youth
10 Winter In May
11 My Reverie
12 And I Love Him
13 Alfie (Bonus Track)
14 Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries
15 Who Can I Turn To?
16 He Loves Me
17 Sweet Georgia Brown
18 Don't Ever Leave Me
19 Gentleman Friend
20 Haven't We Met?
21 It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream
22 Limehouse Blues
23 I'm Foolin' Myself
24 Love Is A Night Time Thing
25 Fools And Lovers

Notes

Personnel:
John Bello (tp), John Messner, Charles Small, Chauncey Welsch (tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Ray Alonge, Dick Berg, Jimmy Buffington (fhr), Phil Bodner (fl, a-fl, cl, oboe), Shelly Gold (fl, a-fl, oboe), Barry Galbraith (g).

Personnel and dates:

#1-13: Carmen McRae with Peter Matz and orchestra: "Second to None"
John Bello (tp), John Messner, Charles Small, Chauncey Welsch (tb); Tony Studd (b-tb), Ray Alonge, Dick Berg, Jimmy Buffington (fhr), Phil Bodner (fl, a-fl, cl, oboe), Shelly Gold (fl, a-fl, oboe), Barry Galbraith (g), Norman Simmons (p), Richard Davis, Victor Sproles (b); Archie Freeman (d), George Devens, Phil Kraus (perc), Gene Bianco (harp) plus 10 violins, 4 violas and 4 cellos.
Recorded in studio, New York, August, 1964.

#14-25: Carmen McRae with Don Sebesky and his orchestra: "Haven't We Met?"
Burt Collins, Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, Jimmy Maxwell, Jimmy Nottingham (tp); Wayne Andre, Bill Watrous (tb); Paul Faulise, Tony Studd (b-tb), Don Butterfield (tu), Ray Alonge, Dick Berg, Jimmy Buffington, Earl Chapin (fhr), Phil Bodner (fl, a-fl, cl, oboe, pic, as, ts), Leon Cohgen (fl, a-fl, oboe, pic, as, ts), Charlie Mariano (fl, cl, as), Stan Webb, (fl, a-fl, oboe, pic, cl, as, ts), Barry Galbraith (g), Norman Simmons (p), Richard Davis, Art Davis (b), Mel Lewis, Ed Shaughnessy (d), Doug Allen, Phil Kraus (perc), Margret Ross (harp) plus 12 violins and 4 cellos. Recorded in studio, New York, 1964.

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