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Helen Merrill - Helen Sings, Teddy Swings album mp3
Cool,Vocal Jazz
  • Performer:
    Helen Merrill
  • Title:
    Helen Sings, Teddy Swings
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Cool,Vocal Jazz
  • Date of release:
    1970's
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    1454 megabytes
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    1528 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1954 megabytes
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This lesser-known LP is an easy success. Although singer Helen Merrill usually performs with more modern musicians, she must have been thrilled to have veteran swing pianist leading her backup trio. Merrill takes a chance by performing ten veteran standards, most of which are associated with other singers, but she comes across quite well. Most of the songs are taken as medium- to slow-tempo ballads, with a happy "Pennies From Heaven" being the only moderate cooker.

Helen Sings, Teddy Swings by Helen Merrill with Teddy Wilson. East of the Sun. Helen Merrill with Teddy Wilson.

1970 - Helen Merrill & Teddy Wilson - Helen Sings, Teddy Swings - 00:38:18. Трэклист: 1. Summertime 2. I cried for you (Now it's your turn to cry over me) 3. Lover Man (Oh where can you be) 4. I Only Have Eyes For You 5. I Cover The Waterfront 6. East Of The Sun (And west of the moon) 7. You Better Go Now 8. Pennies From Heaven 9. I Must Have That Man 10. Embraceable You Personnel: Helen Merrill - vocals Teddy Wilson - piano Larry Ridley - bass Kunimitsu Inaba - bass Lenny McBrowne - drums Takeshi Informata - drums

Teddy Wilson - Summertime (Helen Sings, Teddy Swings).

All songs and all albums Helen Merrill You can listen for information on the site. Download the album or mp3, watch videos Helen Merrill. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as Хелен Меррилл, Хелен Меррилл, Helen Merrill, Helen Merill, Helen Merril, Merrill. Pages of releases table: 1.

Helen Merrill is the debut studio album by vocalist Helen Merrill, on which she's accompanied by trumpeter Clifford Brown in arrangements by the young Quincy Jones. Brown had recorded a somewhat similar album with Sarah Vaughan only a few days previously, on December 16 and 18, 1954. In 1995, on the fortieth anniversary of this debut album, Merrill recorded a tribute album to Brown, who had been killed in a car crash in 1956, the year after their collaborative album was released.

2019 Original Mix. You've Got a Date with the Blues. 2019 Remastered 2016 Helen Merrill! Vol. 2. Helen Merrill. 2019 Remastered Helen Merrill! Vol 3.

Helen Merrill Sings Beatles, 1993.

Credits

Helen Merrill - Primary Artist, Vocals