The title sounds a bit ambitious, but the album's actually a great intimate date from Carmen McRae – a beautifully-recorded small combo performance – caught live at Donte's in LA, with a sound that hearkens back to some of Carmen 's best work of the 50s! The format is spare and simple – backing by a quartet that features Joe Pass on guitar, Jimmy Rowles on piano, Chuck Domanico on bass.
A split album that features 4 tracks by Carmen McRae with the Mat Mathews quartet, plus 4 more obscure numbers by Julie London, recording with the quartet of Tony Scott. The McRae material is some of her best jazz work from the time – cut in that perfect small group vocal mode that was one of Bethlehem's strongest points in the fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co: Bethlehem (Label).
Julie London Vinyl Record Albums. Real Name: Gayle Peck; Julie London (September 26, , Santa Rosa, USA - October 18, , Encino, USA) was an American singer and actress. London started her career as actress in the 40s. She married actor Jack Webb and went into semi-retirement, doing few films and even taking a break between -
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Tip Toe Gently - Carmen McRae 3. A Foggy Day - Julie London 4. All This And Heaven Too - Chris Connor 5. Misery - Carmen McRae 6. Don't Worry About Me - Julie London 7. Lush Life - Chris Connor 8. If I'm Lucky - Carmen McRae 9. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child - Julie London The Thrill Is Gone - Chris Connor Easy To Love.
Carmen McRae, an Album by Carmen McRae. Released in April on Bethlehem (catalog no. BCP ; Vinyl 10"). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Jazz. Featured peformers: Carmen McRae (vocals), Creed Taylor (producer), Burt Goldblatt (cover design, photography), Bill Simon (liner notes).
A huge mistake was made somewhere, whether in the original stereo mastering, or in the newer re-mastering, with all the instruments brought annoyingly to the front, and Carmen McRae's vocals placed deep into the background, off to the left side. Ms. McRae sounds as if she were singing from inside some sequestered echo chamber/5(2).