- Performer:Gloria Lynne
- Title:Just in Time
- Style:Traditional Pop,Standards,Vocal Jazz
- Date of release:November 16, 2004
- Size FLAC version1120 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1409 megabytes
- Size WMA version1795 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC AA MP1 APE ADX VQF
Gloria Lynne (born Gloria Wilson; November 23, 1929 – October 15, 2013), also known as Gloria Alleyne, was an American jazz vocalist with a recording career spanning from 1958 to 2007. Lynne was born in Harlem in 1929 to John and Mary Wilson, a gospel singer. She grew up in Harlem, and as a young girl, Lynne sang with the local African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Choir. At the age of 15, she won first prize at the Amateur Night contest at the Apollo Theater.
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Soon, she was signed by Everest Records. But her real break came with Harry Belafonte's 'Strolling '20s,'" Allen said, referring to the 1966 television special that included Duke Ellington, Sidney Poitier, Nipsey Russell, Sammy Davis Jr. and Diahann Carroll. After that, she got the song, 'I Wish You Love,'" by Charles Trenet. Lynne was also an accomplished writer, said Allen, who cited her autobiography and said she was working on a sitcom to have been called "Bus Buddies" at the time of her death
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Lynne began singing as a very small child in the local Mother African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, but she was also interested in secular music. She entered numerous amateur talent contests, including one at the famed Apollo theatre, which she won, and these helped to attract attention.
CreditsIsham Jones - Composer
Gloria Lynne - Primary Artist
Marty Symes - Composer
|1||April in Paris||Gloria Lynne|
|2||Stormy Monday||Gloria Lynne|
|3||Without a Song||Gloria Lynne|
|4||Just Squeeze Me||Gloria Lynne|
|5||Little Fingers||Gloria Lynne|
|7||June Night||Gloria Lynne|
|8||I Don't Know Why||Gloria Lynne|
|9||All Day Long||Gloria Lynne|
|10||I Can't Give You Anything But Love||Gloria Lynne|
|11||Bye, Bye Blackbird||Gloria Lynne|
|12||They Didn't Believe Me||Gloria Lynne|
|13||My Romance||Gloria Lynne|
|14||There Is No Greater Love Isham Jones / Marty Symes||Gloria Lynne|
|15||Getting to Know You||Gloria Lynne|
|16||Just in Time||Gloria Lynne|
|17||But Not for Me||Gloria Lynne|