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Lena Horne - Some of the Best album mp3
Show Tunes,Swing,Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz
  • Performer:
    Lena Horne
  • Title:
    Some of the Best
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Show Tunes,Swing,Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz
  • Date of release:
    October 21, 1997
  • Duration:
    34:56
  • Size FLAC version
    1255 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1255 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1469 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    103
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Lena Mary Calhoun Horne (June 30, 1917 – May 9, 2010) was an American singer, dancer, actress, and civil rights activist. Horne's career spanned over 70 years appearing in film, television, and theater. Horne joined the chorus of the Cotton Club at the age of 16 and became a nightclub performer before moving to Hollywood.

Concept By – Lena Horne, Sherman Sneed. Conductor – Bob Freedman (tracks: B4, D6). Conductor – Linda Twine. Conductor – Harold Wheeler. Executive-Producer – George Lee (5), Sherman Sneed. Recorded live in New York City at the David T. Nederlander Theatre. Issued in gatefold jacket. 른 버전(17개 중5개) 모두 보기. 카탈로그 번호. 아티스트.

Transcription By – Lena Horne. Trombone – Craig Harris (3), David Taylor, Jack Jeffers, Wayne Andre. Trumpet – Cecil Bridgewater, Frank Gordon, Glenn Drewes, Jon Faddis, Ron Tooley.

Lena Horne's fruitful recording career is surveyed with typical care and finesse by Sony/Legacy in The Essential Lena Horne, a two-disc, 39-track summation of her RCA Records career (which includes the vast majority of her best material).

By 1969, Lena Horne hadn’t released a new album for four years and was pretty much considered yesterday’s news as a recording artist. At the same time, Gabor Szabo, who is one of the few guitarists whose stands comfortably beside Jerry Garcia when it comes to guitar sound, technique and improvisatory style, left Impulse Records to form his own Skye Records label along with vibist Cal Tjader and composer/arranger Gary McFarland. So it only seemed natural that Gabor and Horne would record an album together. The album’s repertoire included Horne’s first chart hit in some time with today’s Song Of The Day, Watch What Happens, which was written by Michel Legrand. The record also featured no less than four Beatles covers including versions of In My Life, The Fool On The Hill, one of the best covers of Something ever, and a fairly ridiculous take on Rocky Raccoon.

See the list of GRAMMY Award Winners for the Best Jazz Vocal Album. Watch videos, view photos more at GRAMMY. An Evening With Lena Horne. Go to 38th Annual GRAMMY Awards (1995).

Lena Horne is known as one of the most popular African American entertainers of the twentieth century. A woman of great beauty and commanding stage presence, she performed in nightclubs, concert halls, movies, and on radio and television. Lena Horne was born in Brooklyn, New York, on June 30, 1917. Her father, Edwin "Teddy" Horne, who worked in the gambling trade, left the family when Lena was three. Her mother, Edna, was an actress with an African American theater troupe and traveled extensively. Horne was mainly raised by her grandparents, Cora Calhoun and.

Credits

Wade Alexander - Editorial Director
Maxwell Anderson - Composer
Harold Arlen - Composer
Johnny Burke - Composer
Nathan Comerford - Design
Antonio de Vita - Composer
Walter Donaldson - Composer
Alex Drey - Liner Notes
Edward Eliscu - Composer
Ray Ellis - Guest Artist
Ray Ellis Orchestra - Primary Artist
George Gershwin - Composer
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Lorenz Hart - Composer
Lennie Hayton - Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist
Luther Henderson - Guest Artist
James Van Heusen - Composer
DuBose Heyward - Composer
Walter Hirsch - Composer
Lena Horne - Primary Artist, Vocals
Gus Kahn - Composer
Ted Koehler - Composer
Michael McDonald - Digital Transfers, Restoration
Rod McKuen - Producer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Cole Porter - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Billy Rose - Composer
Fred Rose - Composer
Hal Shaper - Composer
Kurt Weill - Composer
George A. Whiting - Composer
Vincent Youmans - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Just One of Those Things Cole Porter Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 2:02
2 You Don't Have to Know the Language Johnny Burke / James Van Heusen Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 2:56
3 Love Me or Leave Me Walter Donaldson / Gus Kahn Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 2:57
4 Summertime George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin / DuBose Heyward Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 2:53
5 'Deed I Do Walter Hirsch / Fred Rose Lena Horne 2:32
6 Out of This World Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 3:36
7 Softly, As I Leave You Hal Shaper / Antonio de Vita Lena Horne 3:01
8 More Than You Know Edward Eliscu / Billy Rose / Vincent Youmans Lena Horne 3:04
9 My Blue Heaven Walter Donaldson / George A. Whiting Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 2:23
10 The Lady Is a Tramp Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 2:18
11 Lost in the Stars Maxwell Anderson / Kurt Weill Lena Horne feat: Ray Ellis Orchestra 3:28
12 Stormy Weather Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler Lena Horne feat: Lennie Hayton 3:46