- Performer:Alice Babs
- Title:What a Joy!
- Date of release:1991
- Recording date:April 22, 1972 - September 10, 1980
- Size FLAC version1323 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1216 megabytes
- Size WMA version1260 megabytes
- Formats:AA AIFF VOC AAC MOD DTS
Album · 1990 · 35 Songs. What a Joy Alice Babs. Listen on Apple Music.
CD 2: 1 God Bless The Child 2 Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen 3 What A Joy 4 Ev'ry Time I Feel The Spirit 5 Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child 6 Yesterday 7 Close to you 8 Said the Willow Tree 9 Don't Get Around Much Anymore 10 In A Mellow Tone 11 Vocalise 12 Freedom I. 13 There's Something About Me 14 Warm Valley 15 It Don't Mean a Thing.
What a Joy! Alice Babs (born Hildur Alice Nilsson on 26 January 1924) is a singer and actor from Kalmar, Sweden. While she has worked in a wide number of genres - . Swedish folklore, Elizabethan songs and opera - she is best known internationally as a jazz singer. Despite playing the well-behaved, good-hearted, cheerful girl, the youth culture forming with Alice Babs as its icon caused outrage among members of the older generation
Alice Babs (born Hildur Alice Nilsson on 26 January 1924) is a singer and actor from Kalmar, Sweden. Making her breakthrough in Swing it magist. ore . Year: 1991.
Alice Babs (born Hildur Alice Nilson; 26 January 1924 – 11 February 2014) was a Swedish singer and actress. She worked in a wide number of genres – Swedish folklore, Elizabethan songs and opera. While she was best known internationally as a jazz singer, Babs also competed as Sweden's first annual competition entrant in the Eurovision Song Contest 1958. In 1972 she was named Sweden’s Royal Court Singer, the first non-opera singer as such.
A1. What A Joy. Written-By – Per-Eric Hallin.
Alice Babs is a vocal jazz music album recording by ALICE BABS released in 1957 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
CreditsSvend Asmussen - Composer
Alice Babs - Primary Artist
Olle Bolander - Editing Engineer, Engineer
Ian Cederholm - Digital Remastering, Remastering
Kenny Drew - Piano
Duke Ellington - Composer
Lars Erstrand - Vibraphone
Frank Hedman - Liner Notes, Producer, Reissue Producer
Arthur Herzog, Jr. - Composer
Billie Holiday - Composer
Ake Levén - Organ
Traditional - Composer
Ulf Wesslén - Arranger, Organ
|1||Till Österland Vill Jag Fara (To the East I Wish to Go) Traditional||Alice Babs||2:55|
|2||I Want to Be Ready Traditional||Alice Babs||2:32|
|3||God Has Those Angels Duke Ellington||Alice Babs||4:52|
|4||Ev'ry Time I Feel de Spirit Traditional||Alice Babs||2:34|
|5||O, Peter, Go Ring-a Dem Bells Traditional||Alice Babs||1:32|
|6||Come Sunday Duke Ellington||Alice Babs||4:05|
|7||Said the Willow Tree||Alice Babs||2:49|
|8||So Sorry Svend Asmussen||Alice Babs||6:09|
|9||Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen Traditional||Alice Babs||4:38|
|10||It's A-Me, O Lord Traditional||Alice Babs||2:13|
|11||Bye and Bye Traditional||Alice Babs||2:25|
|12||Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Traditional||Alice Babs||3:16|
|13||I'm A-Rolling Through an Unfriendly World Traditional||Alice Babs||2:51|
|14||I've Been in the Storm So Long Traditional||Alice Babs||4:48|
|15||What a Joy||Alice Babs||3:25|
|16||I Don't Feel No Ways Tired Traditional||Alice Babs||3:43|
|17||God Bless the Child Billie Holiday / Arthur Herzog, Jr.||Alice Babs||3:43|
|18||I Got a Robe (Heaven) Traditional||Alice Babs||2:27|
|19||Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Traditional||Alice Babs||4:33|
|20||God's Messenger Boy||Alice Babs||5:01|