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A Handful Of Songs

Label: Él Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD 1 - A Handful Of Songs; All Of You; Fly Me To The Moon; Nature Boy; Love for Sale; A Lot Of Livin' To Do; Let Me Love You; All Things You Are; I'm Gonna Go Fishin'; Like Someone In Love.

Bonus tracks: A Gasser!: Everything I've Got Belongs to You; Invitation to the Blues; I Didn't Know About You; I Don't Want to Cry Anymore; Lucky Day; I Was Doin' Allright; You Took Advantage of Me; You're Nearer; I'm Just a Lucky so and So; I'm Nobody's Baby Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers: Let's Fly (Written by Annie Ross)

CD 2 - Cranks: Who's Who / Adrift; Where Has Tom Gone?; Cold Comfort; Passacaglia; Who Is It Always There; Chiromancy; New Blue; Valse Anglaise; Don't Let Him Know You; Sea Song; Telephone Tango; I'm the Boy You Should Say "Yes" To; Metamorphosis; Would You Let Me Know?; Dirge; Arthur, Son Of Martha; Goodnight. Selections from Lambert, Hendricks and Ross: From: The Hottest New Group In Jazz: Moanin’; Everybody’s Boppin; Gimme That Wine From: The Swingers: Airegin; Love Makes The World Go Round From: Sing Ellington: Cottontail From: High Flying: Cookin’ At The Continental; Come On Home; Popity Pop.

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Annie Ross: A Handful Of Songs

Read "A Handful Of Songs" reviewed by Roger Farbey


This release on British label Él Records sells itself short since it's very much more than just A Handful Of Songs. It's actually more like a veritable cornucopia of songs. Covering two CDs, in addition to the title album there's A Gasser! and the original cast of the London Production of the revue Cranks, named after ...

Album

Blue Budd

Label: El Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Pick Yourself Up; Girl Talk; Girl From Southend On Sea; Bluesette; Bossa Nova USA; On Green Dolphin Street; I'll Remember April; It Only Goes To Show; On A Clear Day You Can See Forever; Pavanne; Simon Smitth And His Amazing Dancing Bear; Waltz For Sandy; Call Me; Bye Bye Blues; Quiet Nights (Corcovado); It Might As Well Be Spring.

Album

Evil Gal: The Imperious Dinah Washington

Label: El Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Fat Daddy; Go Pretty Daddy; TV Is The Thing; Feel Like I Wanna Cry; Lean Baby; Never Never; I Ain't Going To Cry No More; Am I Blue?; My Man's An Undertaker; Short John; Our Love Is Here To Stay; One Arabian Night; I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart; A Foggy Day; No No No (You Can't Love Two); What A Great Sensation; If It's The Last Thing I Do; I've Got You Under My Skin; Darn That Dream; Blue Gardenia; I Diddle; Wasn't It?

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Dinah Washington: Evil Gal: The Imperious Dinah Washington

Read "Evil Gal: The Imperious Dinah Washington" reviewed by Nic Jones


In these days of photogenic warblers putting out the standards with only a negligible grasp of individuality and little in the way of interpretive skill, Dinah Washington continues to put a smile on your face before she's even got through the first line of a song. Evil Gal is a trawl through the sides she cut ...

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Roy Budd: Blue Budd

Read "Blue Budd" reviewed by Nic Jones


If Roy Budd has any kind of reputation at all outside of British shores, it could well be down to the fact that he provided the soundtrack for the seminal British gangster movie Get Carter. At the time he was the pianist/leader in a trio with bassist Jeff Clyne and drummer Chris Karan; the latter appears ...

Album

Nothing Was Sweeter Than

Label: El Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: We

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The Boswell Sisters: Nothing Was Sweeter Than

Read "Nothing Was Sweeter Than" reviewed by Nic Jones


Jazz vocal groups have never been thick on the ground, and insofar as there is any such lineage at all, it's safe to say its existence is largely down to the Boswell Sisters. Their harmonies amounted to the opposite of sibling rivalry, and the liberties they took with tempo and key changes were to have a ...


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