1. My Shining Hour 2. Once Upon A Summertime 3. Show Me 4. Everything Must Change 5. Willow Weep For Me 6. I'll Remember April 7. The Trouble With Hello Is Goodbye 8. Autumn Serenade 9. Sometime Ago 10. Angel Eyes.
Producer – Toshiya Taenaka. Recorded By – Gordon Shryock. Reissue Producer – Albert Marx. Remastered By – Dave Ellsworth. Saxophone – Bob Cooper. Supervised By – Bob Cooper. Trombone – Frank Rosolino. Impromptu (LP, Album). June Christy 1977 (CD, Album).
Impromptu is the final album by June Christy, recorded in 1977 and featuring the Lou Levy Sextet. My Shining Hour" (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) – 3:20. Once Upon a Summertime" (Michel Legrand, Mercer) – 4:47. Show Me" (Frederick Loewe, Alan Jay Lerner) – 2:23. Everything Must Change" (Bernard Ighner) – 6:09. Willow Weep for Me" (Ann Ronell) – 4:17. I'll Remember April" (Gene de Paul, Patricia Johnston, Don Raye) – 3:48.
Impromptu (June Christy album) Impromptu. Recorded at United/Western Studios, Los Angeles, California 7, 8 & 9 June 1977.
Once Upon A Summertime 04:50. All songs from Impromptu. Johnnie Johnson and the Kentucky Headhunters Daron Norwood & Travis Tritt Darrell Perry William Wilson James Allison Robert Simon Kimen Certain Distant Suns William Daly Agnes Stone Henry Cowell Michael Colgrass Charles Wuorinen Fred Astaire & Janis Paige Carman Moore Little Feat & Bonnie Raitt Nicolette Larson -Ensemble Charron Reaves Word Of Mouth Chorus David Frye Cynthia Gooding Sonny Simmons Sixteen Deluxe Sergiu Luca Saxemble Sarah. Jahn Rule 62 Barbarin The World's Greatest Jazz Band.
Lyrics for top songs by June Christy with The Lou Levy Sextet. June Christy with The Lou Levy Sextet. Willow Weep for Me. The Trouble With Hello Is Goodbye. 04. Show Me. Sometime Ago. Once Upon a Summertime.
Sometime Ago. album: Impromptu. Everything Must Change.
June Christy – June Christy was an American singer, known for her work in the cool jazz genre and for her silky smooth vocals. Her success as a singer began with The Stan Kenton Orchestra and she pursued a solo career from 1954 and is best known for her debut album Something Cool. After her death, she was hailed as one of the finest and most neglected singers of her time, shirley Luster was born in Springfield, Illinois. She moved with her parents Steve and Marie Luster to Decatur, Illinois and she began to sing with the Decatur-based Bill Oetzel Orchestra at thirteen.
Impromptu (June Christy album). 1977 studio album by June Christy. June Christy – vocals. Jack Sheldon – trumpet. Frank Rosolino – trombone.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||My Shining Hour
Composed By – Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
|A2||Once Upon A Summertime
Composed By – Johnny Mercer, Michel LeGrand
Composed By – Lerner & Loewe
|A4||Everything Must Change
Composed By – Bernard Ighner
|A5||Willow Weep For Me
Composed By – Ann Ronell
|B1||I'll Remember April
Composed By – Don Raye, Gene DePaul, Patricia Johnston
|B2||The Trouble With Hello Is Goodbye
Composed By – Dave Grusin
Composed By – Peter de Rose, Sammy Gallop
Composed By – Sergio Mihanovich
Composed By – Earl Brent*, Matt Dennis
- Recorded At – United Western Studios
- Acoustic Bass – Bob Daugherty
- Cover [Design] – Leonora Hennessy
- Drums – Shelly Manne
- Engineer [Assistant] – Edward Perry , Gordon Boren
- Flute – Bob Cooper
- Liner Notes – Peter Reilly
- Mixed By – Gordon Shryock
- Photography By – Bill Dow
- Piano – Lou Levy
- Producer – Toshiya Taenaka
- Recorded By – Gordon Shryock
- Reissue Producer – Albert Marx
- Remastered By – Dave Ellsworth
- Saxophone – Bob Cooper
- Supervised By – Bob Cooper
- Trombone – Frank Rosolino
- Trumpet – Jack Sheldon
- Vocals – June Christy
|IP-7710||June Christy||Impromptu (LP, Album)||Interplay Records||IP-7710||US||1977|
|CECC00392||June Christy||June Christy 1977 (CD, Album)||Century||CECC00392||Japan||1992|
|STCD4168||June Christy||1977 (CD, Album)||Storyville||STCD4168||Europe||1989|
|DS-836||June Christy With The Lou Levy Sextet||June Christy With The Lou Levy Sextet - Impromptu (LP, Album, RE)||Discovery Records||DS-836||US||1981|
|PAP-9072||June Christy||June Christy 1977 (LP, Album)||Trio Records||PAP-9072||Japan||1977|