Mel Tormé - That's All (A Lush, Romantic Album) album flac
- Album: That's All (A Lush, Romantic Album)
- FLAC: 1803 mb | MP3: 1486 mb
- Released: 1997
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 556
- Format: AHX WMA VQF DXD MP2 AU AUD
|1||I've Got You Under My Skin||2:52|
|3||What Is There To Say?||3:11|
|4||Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?||2:50|
|5||The Folks That Live On The Hill||3:35|
|6||Isn't It A Pitty||3:08|
|8||P.S. I Love You||2:47|
|9||The Nearness Of You||2:50|
|11||The Second Time Around||2:51|
|12||Haven't We Met?||2:23|
|13||I Know Your Heart||2:32|
|14||You'd Better Love Me||2:20|
|15||I See It Now||2:55|
|16||Once In A Lifetime||2:21|
|17||Hang On To Me||2:54|
|19||I Remember Suzanne||2:50|
|20||Only The Very Young||2:28|
|22||Ev'ry Day's A Holiday||2:42|
|23||One Little Snowflake||2:35|
|24||The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)||3:11|
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records – CK 65165
- Arranged By – Mort Garson (tracks: 17-20), Pat Williams* (tracks: 21, 24), Richard Hazard (tracks: 13, 14), Robert Mersey (tracks: 1-12, 15, 16, 22, 23)
- Conductor – Mort Garson (tracks: 17-20), Richard Hazard (tracks: 13, 14), Robert Mersey (tracks: 1-12, 15, 16, 22, 23)
NotesTracks 1-12 from the album That's All (CS9918, released 7/19/65).
Selections 13-24 are bonus track not on original LP:
tracks 13, 14 released 4/5/64 as single 4-43022;
tracks 15, 16 released 7/7/64 as single 4-43087;
track 17 released 6/6/66 as single 4-43677;
tracks 18 and 20 previously unreleased;
track 19 released 6/7/67 as single 4-44180;
track 21 released 12/24/66 as single 4-43872;
track 22, 23 released 11/23/64 as single 4-43167;
tracks 24 released 12/3/70 as single 4-45283.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 8 86972 41782 0
- Matrix / Runout: DIDP-092248 6
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L328
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 7236
Mel Tormé was an American musician and singer best known for his classic jazz vocals In February 1999, Tormé was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. This selection is the title song from his album "That's All" released in 1965.
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Tracks 1-12 from the album That's All (CS9918, released 7/19/65). Selections 13-24 are bonus track not on original LP: tracks 13, 14 released 4/5/64 as single 4-43022; tracks 15, 16 released 7/7/64 as single 4-43087; track 17 released 6/6/66 as single 4-43677; tracks 18 and 20 previously unreleased; track 19 released 6/7/67 as single 4-44180; track 21 released.
Gold "Promotional Album" Sticker on cover. Red label with "Columbia Special Products". Other Versions (5 of 10) View All. Cat.
Tracklist: 1. I’ve Got You Under My Skin, 2. That’s All, 3. What Is There To Say?, 4. Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful?, 5. The Folks That Live On The Hill, 6. Isn’t It A Pitty, 7. Ho-Ba-La-La, 8. . More albums from Mel Tormé: Mel Torme – Robert Alda And Cesar Romero by Mel Tormé. Top Drawer by Mel Tormé. The Great American Songbook – Live At Michael’s Pub by Mel Tormé. Broadway, Right Now! by Mel Tormé. Swingin’ On The Moon by Mel Tormé. Mel Tormé And The Marty Paich Dek-tette by Mel Tormé. At The Red Hill by Mel Tormé. Mel Tormé Sings by Mel Tormé. View all albums . A Lush, Romantic Album That’s All. By: Mel Tormé (1965, Jazz). 1. I’ve Got You Under My Skin. 3. What Is There To Say?.
Tormé: A New Album is a 1977 studio album by Mel Tormé. Tormé had not released a studio album since 1969, and the late 1970s would see him return to recording, with critical and commercial success. LP side A. "All in Love Is Fair" (Stevie Wonder). The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" (Ewan MacColl). New York State of Mind" (Billy Joel).
That's All Remastered COLUMBIA/LEGACY 2011. That's All (Bonus Tracks) By Mel Torme (1997-04-29) Sony. Mel torme a lush romantic album that's all 1965 UK lp cbs bpg 62550 mono. MEL TORME - That's All - CD - BRAND NEW/STILL SEALED. Mel torme that's all CD 1964 robert mersey expanded bonus tracks lush romantic.
Mel Tormé 's 1965 album That's All features beautiful vocals throughout the set, but there are a few problems. The arrangements (mostly by Robert Mersey ) are essentially unimaginative middle-of-the-road pop with an orchestra and occasional strings and background singers greatly weighing down the proceedings. The album's selections (all ballads) are mostly taken at slow tempos and are clearly geared for radio airplay, clocking in around the three-minute mark, which means that Tormé 's improvising is held to a minimum. So if the melody wasn't strong, the singer was not.
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