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Sammy Davis, Jr. - Dangerous / All About Love album flac

  • Performer: Sammy Davis, Jr.
  • Album: Dangerous / All About Love
  • FLAC: 1162 mb | MP3: 1142 mb
  • Country: US
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Sammy Davis, Jr. - Dangerous / All About Love album flac


A Dangerous
B All About Love

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9-30158 Sammy Davis, Jr.* Dangerous / All About Love ‎(7") Decca 9-30158 US 1956
9-30158 Sammy Davis, Jr.* Dangerous / All About Love ‎(7", Promo) Decca 9-30158 US 1956

This is from his 1972 MGM album portrait os sammy davis j. Here is the mary tyler more theme sung beautifully by sammy davis jr.

Just another happy disco song !! From 1976's album : "The Song And Dance Man" Wonderful songs and voice.

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The discography for American jazz singer Sammy Davis Jr. Davis recorded extensively throughout his career and most recordings remain in the catalogs as various reissues. 1955 Starring Sammy Davis Jr. 1955 Just for Lovers. 1956 Here's Lookin' at You. 1957 Sammy Swings. 1957 It's All Over but the Swingin'. 1957 Boy Meets Girl (with Carmen McRae). 1958 Mood to Be Wooed and Then Some!

Sammy Davis Jr. - Mr. Bojangles. The Rat Pack - The Rat Pack- 50 Original Recordings (Not Now Music). The Best of Sammy Davis Jr. Live in the 80s! ✪ Whisper To One - Sammy Davis Jr. Transcription. Without You I'm Nothing" b/w "Get Out Of The Car" (Non-album track). Dangerous" b/w "All About Love" (Non-album track). Sammy Davis Jr. "All Of You" b/w "Six Bridges To Cross" (Non-album track).

Lousy sound or not, this is an important release in Sammy Davis J. s catalogue. Though it clocks in under thirty minutes, the album features compositions that neither Davis nor biographers ever mentioned him recording. Choices like an eerie and ominous version of the Coleman/Leigh classic "Witchcraft make sense, but a bizarre swinging take on The Rolling Stones' "Sympathy For Devil is regrettable. If that was not strange enough, the album closes with an Elvis cover, "Devil in Disguise, featuring Church of Satan founder Anton LeVey on vocals and Wurlitzer organ.

There are tracks enough on this album that are painful to sit through, without enduring this one. The Mike Curb Congregation accompanies Davis on a song that surely will retain its historical value simply for being about the closest music has ever come to being pure excrement. Things pick up from there, but the general impression is that of an artist whose forte is the Great American Songbook being forced into something of much less value.

In the dazzling history of our popular culture, no figure is more compelling than Sammy Davis, Jr. No figure is more crucial to understanding the changes in American entertainment from the forties through the seventies. No figure is more charismatic. A multi-talented performer, Davis recorded forty albums and made countless film, television and Las Vegas appearances in his lifetime. Beyond his complexities and contradictions, Sammy never failed to entertain on a spectacularly high level. This compilation lives up to that level.

Sammy Davis Jr. December 8, 1925 – May 16, 1990. Being a star made it possible for me to get insulted in places where the average Negro could never hope to go and get insulted. It’s well known that Linda’s husband Chuck Traynor was an abusive asshole of epic proportion. Chuck was all over Sammy Davis Jr. because of his fame and money. He, Linda, Sammy and Altovise became friends and swingers together. Sammy thought it would be fun to blow Chuck and Linda knew that Chuck would never go for it, so she played a gag on him.