Mel Tormé - The Concord Jazz Heritage Series download mp3 album
Compilation Producer – John Burk. Executive Producer – Glen Barros, John Burk. Contains 24 page booklet (inclusive of front and back foldout pages) that offers information on the album and the other albums in The Concord Jazz Heritage Series.
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All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Concord Jazz Heritage Series" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Melvin Howard Tormé (September 13, 1925 – June 5, 1999), nicknamed The Velvet Fog, was an American musician, known for his jazz singing. He was also a jazz composer and arranger, drummer, pianist, and actor in radio, film, and television, and the author of five books.
The Concord Jazz Heritage Series. A&E Presents An Evening With Mel Tormé - Live From The Disney Institute. A Concord Jazz Christmas, Vol. 2. сборник.
By: Mel Tormé (1991, Jazz). The Great American Songbook – Live At Michael’s Pub by Mel Tormé. Broadway, Right Now! by Mel Tormé. Swingin’ On The Moon by Mel Tormé. Mel Tormé And The Marty Paich Dek-tette by Mel Tormé. At The Red Hill by Mel Tormé. Mel Tormé Sings by Mel Tormé. View all albums . Recorded Live At The Fujitsu-Concord Jazz Festival In Japan ’90. By: Mel Tormé (1991, Jazz).
Recording artists from Concord Records, Craft Recordings, Fantasy Records, Fearless Records, Kidz Bop, Loma Vista Recordings, Rounders Records and Stax Records.
This is a partial discography of American jazz singer Mel Tormé. Born to Laugh at Tornadoes (1983, Geffen) - "Zaz Turned Blue" (with Was (Not Was)). 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe (1984, Arista) - "Big City Blues" (with Barry Manilow).
Round Midnight: A Retrospective (1956-1968). SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
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Brass Band – The Boss BrassProducer – Carl E. JeffersonValve Trombone, Conductor – Rob McConnellVocals – Mel Tormé
Bass – Don Thompson Piano – George ShearingProducer – Carl E. JeffersonVocals – Mel Tormé
|3||I'll Be Seeing You
Piano – George ShearingProducer – Carl E. JeffersonVocals – Mel Tormé
|4||I Get A Kick Out Of You
Brass Band – The Boss BrassProducer – John BurkValve Trombone, Conductor – Rob McConnellVocals – Mel Tormé
|5||I Thought About You
Alto Saxophone – Ray SwinfieldBaritone Saxophone – Jamie TalbotBass – John LeithamConductor, Music Director – John DankworthDrums – Donny OsborneGuitar – Larry KoonsePercussion – Martyn DavidPiano – John ColianniProducer – Carl E. JeffersonTenor Saxophone – David Roach, Ray LoeckleTrombone – Chris Smith Trumpet – Guy BarkerVocals – Cleo Laine, Mel Tormé
|6||It's Easy To Remember / Adios
Bass – John LeithamConcertmaster – Murray AdlerConductor – Alan BroadbentDrums – Donny OsborneGuitar – Howard AldenPiano – John ColianniProducer – Carl E. JeffersonTrumpet, Flugelhorn – Randy SandkeVocals – Mel Tormé
|7||Sweet Georgia Brown
Alto Saxophone – Gary FosterBaritone Saxophone – Bob EffordBass – Chuck BerghoferConductor, Arranged By – Marty PaichDrums – Jeff HamiltonPiano – Pete JollyProducer – Marty PaichProducer, Vocals – Mel TorméTenor Saxophone – Ken PeplowskiTrombone – Lou McCreary*Trumpet – Jack Sheldon, Warren LueningTuba – Jim SelfValve Trombone – Bob Enevoldsen
|8||Born To Be Blue
Bass – Brian TorffPiano – George ShearingProducer – Carl E. JeffersonVocals – Mel Tormé
|9||New York, New York Medley
Bass – John LeithamDrums – Donny OsbornePiano – George ShearingProducer – Carl E. JeffersonVocals – Mel Tormé
|9a||For Me And My Gal|
|9b||Mack The Knife|
|9c||Birth Of The Blues|
|9d||Send A Little Love My Way|
|9e||How High The Moon|
|9f||New York, New York|
Bass – Bob MaizeDrums – Donny OsborneOrchestra – The Frank Wess OrchestraPiano – John Campbell Producer – Carl E. Jefferson, George OtakiTenor Saxophone – Frank WessVocals – Mel Tormé
|11||Too Close For Comfort
Alto Saxophone – Gary FosterBaritone Saxophone – Bob EffordBass – Chuck BerghoferConductor – Marty PaichDrums – John Von OhlenPiano – Allen FarnhamProducer – Carl E. JeffersonSynthesizer [DX7] – Marty PaichTenor Saxophone – Ken PeplowskiTrombone – Dan BarrellTrumpet – Jack Sheldon, Warren LueningTuba – Jim SelfValve Trombone – Bob EnevoldsenVocals – Mel Tormé
|12||You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?)
Bass – Bob MaizeDrums – Donny OsborneOrchestra – The Frank Wess - Harry Edison OrchestraPiano – John Campbell Producer – Carl E. JeffersonVocals – Mel Tormé
|13||Lover, Come Back To Me
Bass – John LeithamClarinet – Ken PeplowskiDrums – Donny OsbornePiano – John ColianniProducer – John BurkVibraphone – Peter AppleyardVocals – Mel Tormé
|14||Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
Bass – John LeithamDrums – Donny OsbornePiano – Mike RenziProducer – John Burk, Steven ReedVocals – Mel Tormé
- Copyright (c) – Concord Records, Inc. – ©1998
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Concord Records, Inc. – ℗1982, 1983, 1986, 1988-96, 1998
- Compilation Producer – John Burk
- Executive Producer – Glen Barros, John Burk
NotesContains 24 page booklet (inclusive of front and back foldout pages) that offers information on the album and the other albums in The Concord Jazz Heritage Series.
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