Stormy Weather is a 1957 studio album by Lena Horne, released by RCA Victor in monoaural. Recording took place between March 1956 and March 1957, at Webster Hall, New York. The CD re-issue includes several single only tracks recorded during the studio session for the LP Stormy Weather, also included are the four tracks originally released in 1957 on the EP Lena Horne at the Cocoanut Grove. 12. "Stormy Weather" (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) - . 2 (Alternative previously unreleased recording). 13. "Come Runnin'" (Roc Hillman) - . 3 (Previously unreleased recording from the 1956 recording sessions). 14. "From This Moment On" (Cole Porter) - . 3 (Previously issued in 1956 as a 78rpm single release only).
Backed by an orchestra arranged and conducted by her husband Lennie Hayton, Horne digs into such tunes as "Mad About the Boy," "Stormy Weather," "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home," and "Just One of Those Things. The music swings but is middle-of-the-road pop rather than jazz. However, Lena Horne is heard throughout in top form, and this set is easily recommended to her fans.
Stormy Weather - Lena's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp). Stormy Weather (LP, Album, Mono). RCA Victor, RCA Victor.
All songs from Stormy Weather. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:43 The Mega Collection. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:19 Movie Magic. Lena Horne, Lou Bring & His Orchestra, Lena Horne, Lou Bring & His Orchestra - Stormy Weather 03:17 Mythical Songs of the Second World War, Vol. 1. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:43 In Growth. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:47 Once in a While. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:24 Ladies in Blues, Vol. 3. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:43 The Best Hits. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather - From Stormy Weather 03:24 That's Entertainment - The Top Movie Songs Of All Time. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:22 On the Blue Side: The Best of Lena Horne. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:23 Calendar Girls. Lena Horne - Stormy Weather 03:25 The Great Songwriter - Harold Arlen.
Stormy Weather" is a 1933 torch song written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler. Ethel Waters first sang it at The Cotton Club night club in Harlem in 1933 and recorded it that year, and in the same year it was sung in London by Elisabeth Welch and recorded by Frances Langford. Also 1933, for the first time in history the entire floor revue from Harlem's Cotton Club went on tour, playing theatres in principal cities. Lena Horne recorded the song in 1941 for RCA Victor. In 1943, she recorded another version for the movie of the same name. She recorded the song at least five times throughout her career, including for the 1957 album Stormy Weather Jeff Lynne – Armchair Theatre (1990).
BPM Profile Stormy Weather. Album starts at 105BPM, ends at 110BPM (+5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Lena Horne. Lena Horne Sings: The MGM Singles.