Rosemary Clooney - The Classic Rosemary Clooney mp3 album
With Love is a studio album by Rosemary Clooney. It was released in 1980 on Concord Records. Unlike many of her Concord albums, it mixes contemporary pop (from writers like Billy Joel, Melissa Manchester and Marvin Hamlisch) with traditional pop standards. On LP, the A side featured four contemporary pop songs, while the B side was a more typical jazz and cabaret set featuring a bossa nova, two Broadway theater standards, and two 1940s pop standards. Just the Way You Are" (Billy Joel) – 5:11.
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I really like the songs and Rosemary Clooney. However, check you disks. I received two copies of Disc 4 instead of Disc 3 and Disc 4. I didn't realize it because I normally listen to multiple artists on shuffle play. Some complain because these sets have no liner notes and not track or individual album annotation; while that is a minus, the fact is that the music sounds great. Can't best these sets. I have three of them of Sinatra, two of Johnny Mathis, two Peggy Lee, Cliff Richard, Rick Nelson, three Elvis sets, a Tamla Motown collection, and one of Northern Soul tracks. Rosemary Clooney is no exception. 3 people found this helpful.
Rosemary Clooney Sings Country Hits From The Heart released: 1991. Sings Rogers, Hart & Hammerstein released: 1990. 16 Most Requested Songs released: 1989. Rosemary Clooney Sings the Music of Jimmy Van Heusen released: 1986. Rosemary Clooney Sings the Music of Irving Berlin released: 1984. Rosemary Clooney Sings the Music of Cole Porter released: 1982. With Love released: 1981. Rosemary Clooney Sings the Lyrics of Ira Gershwin released: 1980. Tribute to Billie Holiday released: 1979. Rosie Sings Bing released: 1978.
The Rosemary Clooney Show, a compilation from Concord, is one of the most valuable releases on an underrated artist that's ever been seen. It features 26 recordings from 1956, when Clooney's TV program - basically self-produced - featured the singer backed by Nelson Riddle, the prime arranger/conductor of the era, and the Hi-Lo's, the best vocal chorus in action. Except for the brevity of most of these selections, these could easily have been released as a studio LP. Rarely allowed to record what she wished at Columbia, Clooney stretched out on her television show and appealed to older audiences with the standards she loved to sing; here, after getting a pair of novelties out of the way, she sprints joyously through two dozen standards. Among the highlights are a modernist version of "How About You" recorded with Bob Morse and the Hi-Lo's, and the balladry of "Moonlight in Vermont" and "A Foggy Da.
The Rosemary Clooney Show: Songs from the Classic Television Series, 2006. My Blue Heaven, 01:44. Lullaby of Broadway, 01:39.