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  Исполнитель(и) :
   Christy, June  (Vocals)
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  Наименование CD :
   The Misty Miss Christy

Год издания : 1956

Компания звукозаписи : Blue Note, Capitol Jazz

Музыкальный стиль : Cast Recordings, Cool, Show Tunes, Traditional Pop, Vocal Jazz

Время звучания : 37:53

Код CD : CDP 7 98452 2

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Pop (Woman Voice)      

Recording Date: Jul 26, 1955 - Mar 23, 1956


Tracks 1, 3, 7 & 9: Recorded on January 23, 1956

Track 2: Recorded on January 9, 1956

Track 4: Recorded on January 30, 1956

Tracks 5, 10-12: Recorded on January 16, 1956

Tracks 6 & 8: Recorded on July 26, 1955

Tracks 13 & 14 (Bonus tracks): Recorded on May 23, 1956

Arranged and conducted by Pete Rugolo

Reissue produced by Michael Cuscuna

Tape transfers by Jay Ranellucci

All selections mono

Using Anita Day as starting point - but eschewing many of her scat-song histrionics in favor of pure tonal power and melancholic shading - June Christy honed her singing skills with Stan Kenton's band before going solo in the '50s. Christy's relatively accessible vocal approach and blonde good looks eventually helped her gain success with such classic long players as Something Cool and The Misty Miss Christy. Less swinging than Something Cool, The Misty Miss Christy mostly stays on auto-stroll with a wealth of subtle and sophisticated orchestral charts. The jazz-pop environs come courtesy of longtime arranger Pete Rugolo and optimally frame the singer on highlights like "That's All," "I Didn't Know About You," and "Dearly Beloved." With West Coast-style brass and reed accents gliding atop the lush strings, Christy also turns in fine renditions of Monk's "Round Midnight" and Russ Freeman's expressionistically torchy "The Wind." Balancing out the predominant autumnal lull, Christy shows her swinging savvy on breezy gems like "Sing Something Simple," "There's No You," and "A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening." Both an essential Christy title and one of the best vocal albums from the '50s.

All Music Guide

  Соисполнители :

Alvin Stoller (Drums)
Benny Aronov (Piano)
Bob Cooper (Tenor Saxophone)
Bob Gordon (Baritone Saxophone)
Bud Shank (Flute, Alt Saxophone)
Chuck Gentry (Baritone Saxophone)
Claude Williamson (Piano)
Clyde Otis (Composer)
Conrad Gozzo (Trumpet)
Corky Hale (Harp)
Dick Noel (Trombone)
Frank Rosolino (Trombone)
George Roberts (Trombone)
Harry Babasin (Bass)
Harry Betts (Trombone)
Harry Klee (Flute, Alt Saxophone)
Herbie Harper (Trombone)
Herman Hupfeld (Composer)
Howard Roberts (Guitar)
Joe Mondragon (Bass)
John Graas (French Horn)
Kelly Owens (Composer)
Larry Bunker (Drums, Percussion)
Laurindo Almeida (Guitar)
Maynard Ferguson (Trumpet)
Milt Bernhart (Trombone)
Pete Candoli (Trumpet)
Pete Rugolo (Conductor)
Shelly Manne (Drums)

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Наименование трека



   1 That's All     T       0:03:20 Brandt, Haymes, Otis, Owens
   2 I Didn't Know About You     T       0:02:52 Ellington, Russell
   3 Day Dream     T       0:02:59 Ellington, Latouche, Strayhorn
   4 Sing Something Simple         0:02:16 Hupfeld
   5 Maybe You'll Be There     T       0:02:50 Bloom, Gallop
   6 Dearly Beloved         0:01:37 Kern, Mercer
   7 'Round Midnight         0:03:57 Hanighen, Monk, Williams
   8 A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening         0:02:23 Adamson, McHugh
   9 The Wind         0:03:46 Freeman, Gladstone
   10 This Year's Kisses     T       0:02:03 Berlin
   11 For All We Know     T       0:02:50 Coots, Lewis
   12 There's No You     T       0:02:11 Adair, Durgom, Hopper
   13 You Took Advantage Of Me     T       0:02:30 Bonus Track - Hart, Rodgers
   14 Intrigue         0:02:19 Bonus Track - Drake, Durand


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