Blossom Dearie is a studio album by Blossom Dearie. It was recorded in 1956 and released in 1957, and was her first recording for Verve Records. This is Dearie's first American solo album. 'Deed I Do" (Walter Hirsch, Fred Rose) – 2:11. Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be?)" (Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman) – 2:45.
Blossom Dearie - the one-off American Jazz singer and pianist known for her sublime, distinctive. We found this alternate version in her Daffodil Records vaults. Find the whole remastered album with Bonus Tracks on all digital platforms. Blossom Dearie turned her attention to England, spending lengthy spells in London during the "Swinging Sixties". She recorded four albums in London, appeared regularly at Ronnie Scott's club, and wrote several songs dedicated to British celebrities of the time, notably Hey, John (for John Lennon) and Sweet Georgie Fame. Happy 76th birthday to singer and keyboard star Georgie Fame, who was born in Leigh, Lancashire, on 26 June 1943.
While in Paris, Dearie met her future husband, the Belgian flutist and saxophonist Bobby Jaspar. On her first solo album, released two years later, she played the piano but did not sing. Blossom Dearie (album). Blossom Dearie is a studio album by Blossom Dearie.
Blossom Dearie, the eclectic jazz singer, performing in 2004 at Danny’s Skylight Room, her regular spot for years. Born Blossom Margrete Dearie in East Durham, . on April 28, 1924, she was a classically trained pianist who switched to jazz after joining a high school band. Its first album, Blossom Dearie Sings, released at the height of the singer-songwriter movement, contained all original songs, including Hey John, a tribute to John Lennon (with lyrics by Jim Council), and I’m Shadowing You, a collaboration with Johnny Mercer. Although Ms. Dearie never had a hit as a songwriter (she usually wrote the melodies, not the lyrics), a number of her songs have enjoyed fairly wide circulation in nightclubs, most notably Bye-Bye Country Boy (written with Jack Segal), a pop star’s rueful farewell to a farm boy she meets on the road.
Blossom Dearie - Hey John. Artist: Blossom Dearie. Album: Whisper for You, 1997.
Blossom Dearie is a studio album by Blossom Dearie. Blossom Dearie was an American jazz singer and pianist. Blossom Dearie may also refer to: Blossom Dearie (album), a studio album recorded in 1956. Blossom Dearie Sings Comden and Green, a 1959 album. Blossom Dearie Sings Rootin' Songs, a 1963 album. Jack Segal (October 19, 1918 in Minneapolis, Minnesota – February 10, 2005 in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California) was a pianist and composer of popular American songs, known for writing the lyrics to Scarlet Ribbons.
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