Pearl Bailey Plus Margie Anderson - Singing The Blues album flac
- Album: Singing The Blues
- FLAC: 1457 mb | MP3: 1486 mb
- Country: US
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 601
- Format: AHX AA FLAC WMA APE MP1 DMF
|A1||Solid Gold Cadillac|
|A2||Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart|
|A3||Hit The Road To Dreamland|
|A4||That Certain Feeling|
|A5||Hong Kong Blues|
|B2||The Thrill Is Gone|
|B3||By Myself Blues|
|B4||A Foggy Day|
|CX-148||Pearl Bailey with Margie Anderson||Pearl Bailey with Margie Anderson - Singing & Swinging (LP, Album, Mono)||Coronet Records||CX-148||US||1960|
|VK 034||Pearl Bailey||Traveling With Pearl Bailey (LP, Album)||Egmont Viking||VK 034||UK||Unknown|
|SSU 223||Pearl Bailey||The Blues Featuring Pearl Bailey (LP)||Sutton||SSU 223||US||Unknown|
|CX 231, CX-231||Pearl Bailey With Margie Anderson||Pearl Bailey With Margie Anderson - On Stage (LP, Album, Mono)||Coronet Records, Coronet Records||CX 231, CX-231||US||Unknown|
|CXS 231||Pearl Bailey With Margie Anderson||Pearl Bailey With Margie Anderson - On Stage (LP, Album)||Coronet Records||CXS 231||US||Unknown|
Complete your Pearl Bailey with Margie Anderson collection. Pearl Bailey with Margie Anderson – Singing & Swinging. Pearl Bailey With Margie Anderson - On Stage (LP, Album). CXS 231. US. Unknown. Pearl Bailey With Margie Anderson. Pearl Bailey With Margie Anderson - On Stage (LP, Album, Mono).
Bailey began by singing and dancing in Philadelphia's black nightclubs in the 1930s, and soon started performing in other parts of the East Coast. In 1941, during World War II, Bailey toured the country with the USO, performing for American troops. After the tour, she settled in New York. Bailey was given a special Tony Award for her role and RCA Victor made a second original cast album. That is the only recording of the score to have an overture which was written especially for that recording. A passionate fan of the New York Mets, Bailey sang the national anthem at Shea Stadium prior to game 5 of the 1969 World Series, and appears in the Series highlight film showing her support for the team. Pearl Bailey Sings for Adults Only (1959). Pearl Bailey Plus Margie Anderson Singing the Blues (1960?) More Songs for Adults Only (1960). For Adult Listening (1960).
Listen to the biggest hits from Pearl Bailey, including Five Pound Box of Money, Hello, Dolly!, Ain't She Sweet?, and more. Please disable your ad blocker or, better yet, upgrade to Radio Plus. The music will continue in seconds.
Miss Bailey still has a good part of the contralto voice that made her a star in the 1940's. For the most part, she used it glancingly, tossing off lines between stretches of glad-handing audience members or hitching up her gown and strutting across the stage; her voice can go deep, but she always wields it lightly, swinging a song like ''Bill Bailey'' or rising to a melting last phrase in ''Once in a While. And her encore, ''The Battle Hymn of the Republic,'' was a perfect blend of devoutness and blues; Mr. Marsalis, who joined her, was no more serious than she was. The Wynton Marsalis Jazz Band played just two selections in a hour of music. 'The Uptown Ruler Suite,'' as Mr. Marsalis explained, included one theme derived from a late Beethoven string quartet and another with a 12-tone row in the bass line; the second, ''Blue Interlude,'' revolved around two motifs, nominally male and female.
St. Louis Blues Lyrics. Pearl Bailey Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Also co-starring Earth Kitt, Cab Calloway, Pearl Bailey, Ruby Dee, and Juano Hernandez as Handy’s father, with minor roles by Ella Fitzgerald and Mahalia Jackson. Some of the songs are "Morning Star, Sheriff Honest John Bailey and variant Yellow Dog Blues", "Careless Love as a Cole-Kitt duet, and Chantez Le Bas (Sing It Low). Directed by Allen Reisner. Very Definitely Recommended. There is a separate Songs From St. Louis Blues recording by Nat King Cole as solo artist singing many of these same songs. Arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle, who also composed the "Love Theme. Ruby Dee is pictured on the cover with Cole.
Pearl Bailey - Feeling The Blues MP3 format RAR archive. 1945 downloads at 27 mb/s. Pearl Bailey - Feeling The Blues FLAC format RAR archive. 1409 downloads at 25 mb/s. Pearl Bailey - Feeling The Blues WMA format RAR archive. 1565 downloads at 21 mb/s. Related music albums. Pearl Bailey - The Best Of Pearl Bailey.
More albums of Pearl Bailey, Margie Anderson: Pearl Bailey Sings For Adults Only. This album was released on the label Coronet Records (catalog number CXS-148). This album was released in 1960 year.