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Lena Horne - Stormy Weather The Legendary Lena 1941-1958 flac album

Lena Horne - Stormy Weather The Legendary Lena 1941-1958 flac album
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Stormy Weather The Legendary Lena 1941-1958
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Vocal
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1320 mb
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Although the very attractive Lena Horne has never really been a jazz singer, her vocals are generally of interest to jazz listeners and she has occasionally recorded in jazz settings. This Bluebird CD is pretty definitive of the first half of her career. Horne sings a pair of ballads with Charlie Barnet's 1941 orchestra and two songs (including "Don't Take Your Love From Me") with a unique Artie Shaw-led all-star band that includes Benny Carter, Red Allen, and a string section.

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Lena Horne ‎– Stormy Weather The Legendary Lena 1941-1958. Label: RCA ‎– 9985-4-RB.

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Album: Stormy Weather: The Legendary Lena (1941-1958) (1943). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This pop standard was written in 1933 by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Ted Koehler. Lena Horne's version of the song is probably the best-known recording of this standard and became her signature tune. She originally sang it in 1941 for RCA Victor, but in 1943 the African American singer re-recorded it for the soundtrack of Stormy Weather, a movie musical loosely based on a life of its main star, the dancer Bill "Bojangles" Robinson. Horne played his invented love interest, a singer named Selina Rogers. Unsurprisingly, this song is much loved by torch singers.

Lena horne - альбом 50 greatest masters (1941-1958). Исполнитель: Lena horne.

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A1 You're My Thrill
Accompanied By – Charlie Barnet And His OrchestraWritten By – Gorney-Clare
3:14
A2 Good For Nothin' Joe
Accompanied By – Charlie Barnet And His OrchestraWritten By – Bloom , Koehler
3:20
A3 Love Me A Little Little
Accompanied By – Artie Shaw And His OrchestraWritten By – Holmes-Smith-Orr
3:02
A4 Don't Take Your Love From Me
Accompanied By – Artie Shaw And His OrchestraWritten By – Henry Nemo
3:08
A5 Stormy Weather
Written By – Arlen & Koehler
3:21
A6 Ill Wind
Written By – Arlen & Koehler
2:28
A7 The Man I Love
Written By – George & Ira Gershwin
3:19
A8 Where Or When
Written By – Rodgers & Hart
2:41
B1 I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues
Written By – Arlen & Koehler
3:09
B2 I Didn't Know About You
Written By – Russell & Ellilngton
3:05
B3 One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)
Written By – Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer
3:19
B4 As Long As I Live
Written By – Arlen & Koehler
2:45
B5 It's Love
Written By – Comden, Green & Styne
2:11
B6 Let Me Love You
Written By – Bart Howard
3:17
B7 Just In Time
Written By – Comden, Green & Styne
2:55
B8 Get Out Of Town
Written By – Cole Porter
2:22

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