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Keely Smith: The Essential Capitol Collection

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: All The Things You Are; It's Been A Long, Long Time; That Old Black Magic (with Louis Prima); Stormy Weather; S'posin; Fools Rush In; The Song Is You; How Are Ya' Fixed For Love? (with Frank Sinatra); The Birth Of The Blues; I Wish You Love; Someone To Watch Over Me; The Man I Love; Autumn Leaves; What Is This Thing Called Love?; On The Sunny Side Of The Street; Nothing's Too Good For My Baby (with Louis Prima); I Can't Get Started; There Will Never Be Another You; Imagination; The Whippoorwill; Nothing In Common (with Frank Sinatra); When Your Lover Has Gone; All The Way; Stardust; Don't Take Your Love From Me; When Day Is Done (previously unreleased "bonus" live recording from The Sahara).

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Keely Smith: The Essential Capitol Collection

Read "Keely Smith: The Essential Capitol Collection" reviewed by Samuel Chell

Keely Smith The Essential Capitol Collection Capitol/EMI 2007 Of all the great American female singers, Keely Smith may be the most naturally gifted. The instrument, the technique, the sense of melodic line all invite the closest analysis and emulation--simply exemplary, textbook examples of the art of singing. How ...


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