Cd - bing crosby/buddy bregman bing sings whilst b
Album Features UPC: 731454936729 Artist: Bing Crosby Format: Release Year: 2001 Record Label: Verve Genre: Classic Pop Vocals, Pop VocalTrack Listing1. Song Is You, The2. Mountain Greenery3. Cheek to Cheek4. 'Deed I Do5. Heat Wave6. Blue Room, The7. Have You Met Miss Jones?8. I've Got Five Dollars9. They All Laughed10. Nice Work If You Can Get It11. September in the Rain12. Jeepers Creepers Detas Playing Time: 36 min. Contributing Artists: Maynard Ferguson, Bud Shank, Frank Rosolino, Pete Candoli, Herb Geller, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Conrad Gozzo Producer: Norman Granz, Bryan Koniarz Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording Type: Studio Recording Mode: Mono SPAR Code: n/aAlbum sPersonnel includes: Bing Crosby (vocals); Buddy Bregman (arranger, conductor); Barney Kessel (guitar); Lew Raderman (violin); Virginia Majewski (viola); Edgar Lustgarden (cello); Herb Geller, Bud Shank (alto saxophone); Bob Cooper, Ted Nash (tenor saxophone); Chuck Gentry (baritone saxophone); Pete Candoli, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Maynard Ferguson, Conrad Gozzo (trumpet); Mt Bernhart, Francis Howard, George Roberts, Frank Rosolino, Lloyd Ulyate (trombone); Paul Smith (piano); Joe Mondragon (bass); Alvin Stoller (drums).Recorded on June 11 and 12, 1956. Originally released on Verve (2020). Includes liner s by Donald Freeman.Digitally remastered by Ben Young (Universal Mastering).Personnel: Bing Crosby (vocals); Barney Kessel (guitar); Virginia Majewski (viola); Herb Geller, Bud Shank (alto saxophone); Ted Nash, Bob Cooper (tenor saxophone); Chuck Gentry (baritone saxophone); Conrad Gozzo, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Maynard Ferguson, Pete Candoli (trumpet); Mt Bernhart, Frank Rosolino, George Roberts , Francis Howard, Lloyd Ulyate (trombone); Paul Smith (piano); Alvin Stoller (drums).Liner Authors: Don Freeman; John Monough .Recording information: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA (06/11/1956-06/12/1956).Photographers: Ph Stern; Ian Dickson.Unknown Contributor Role: Ken Druker.Arranger: Buddy Bregman.Fred Astaire did a classic session with Oscar Peterson for Verve (Clef) back in 1952. In 1963, it was Bing Crosby's turn to re-establish his jazz credentials by doing the obligatory date for Norman Granz. In truth, this is a pretty easygoing session, even if then-hotshot arranger Buddy Bregman wrote his usual hard-swinging charts. But with Bing Crosby, could the results be anything but easygoing? Since jazz vocal expert Wl Friedwald's first choice for up-to-date Crosby, 195s BING WITH A BEAT, is so far unissued on , this Gold Disc wl just have to do.Though Crosby's voice does show signs of wear and tear--this is 1963, after all--he breezes his way confidently through a choice set of Great American Songbook classics, including four by Rodgers & Hart. Bing also steals a page from his friend Fred's well-thumbed book by jaunty covering "Cheek to Cheek," "They All Laughed," and "Nice Work if You Can Get It." Highlight: an old-timer's expert timing on Jerome Kern's gently soaring "The Song Is You," once made memorable in the new style by a student of Crosby's named Sinatra.Editorial Reviews...One of Crosby's best albums....oddly appealing.Mojo CONDITIONI MINT E' COME NUOVO : .