Speak Low - Anita ODay - Anita ODay Sings Jazz (CD, Album)

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  1. Anita O'Day - The Complete Anita O'Day ~ Verve / Clef Sessions () Vocal Jazz | Mp3 kbps | 9 CD | 1,4 Gb. CD 1, 1. Lover Come Back To Me (), 2. Lullaby Of The Leaves (), 3. Rock And Roll Blues (), 4. Love For Sale (), 5. No Soap, No Hope Blues (), 6. Speak Low (), 7. The Lady Is A Tramp (), 8. Strawberry Moon.
  2. These 18 cuts showcase Anita O'Day at the very height of her powers, between and , as a stylist and a groundbreaking vocalist. O'Day used her voice like an instrument in the post-bop era: she swung hard and often fast, and dug deep into the charts to come up with an improvisational style that knocked out most of her contemporaries. In an era when female vocalists were the norm, she.
  3. The entire The Lady Is A Tramp was apparently used to fill the remaining space for a four-CD set. That means that you have 59 tracks of early Anita, and 12 tracks of music that does not come close to fitting that theme. Indeed, the album from which those tracks came is a confused, mixed bag that does not even stand on its own.4/5(2).
  4. Nov 23,  · Anita O'Day discography and songs: Music profile for Anita O'Day, born 18 October Genres: Vocal Jazz, Standards, Big Band. Albums include Anita Sings the Most, Pick Yourself Up With Anita O'Day, and Anita.
  5. Aug 28,  · Perfect Love Songs: Vintage s & 40s #romantic #vintagevocals #dancebands #pastperfect - Duration: Past Perfect Vintage Music 1,, views.
  6. Anita O'Day () was a versatile vocalist who adapted well to stylistic changes in jazz, smoothly navigating each transition from swing to bop to cool while honing her individualistic technique. Released during the final year of her long life, Primo's This Is Hip maps her first decade of recording activity with 40 chronologically presented titles dating from the years
  7. Anita O' Day pays tribute to Downbeat poll winners by singing vocal versions of their big hits in this lively set of jazz tracks from the 50s! Arrangements are by Marty Paich and Russ Garcia, both swinging as nicely as they ever did – and the setting of the album keeps Anita nicely in line, sticking to more straight jazz material than you might hear on some of her other sets from the same.
  8. Anita O'Day Jazz · Preview SONG TIME Rock 'n' Roll Blues. 1. PREVIEW The No Soap, No Hope, No Mouse, No House Blues. 5. PREVIEW Speak Low. 6. More by Anita O'Day. Anita O'Day's Finest Hour Anita Sings the Most (feat. The Oscar Peterson Quartet) Pick Yourself Up (Expanded Edition).
  9. I love the cover: Anita O’Day looking like Falconetti in The Passion of Joan of Arc – all with a red tint. But the album is hit and miss. It’s only recently I’ve begun to listen to O’Day and if this was the first of her albums that I had heard it might have been the last – I’m not sure I would have noticed the good stuff amongst the bad.

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