Anita O'Day - The Diva Series (2003) [Vocal Jazz]; mp3, 320 kbps

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Anita O'Day - The Diva Series (2003) [Vocal Jazz]; mp3, 320 kbps

Unread postby Mike1985 » 22 Jul 2016, 13:14

Artist: Anita O'Day
Album: The Diva Series
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Label: Verve Records
Released: 2003
Quality: mp3, 320 kbps
  1. What Is This Thing Called Love? (2:33)
  2. Ten Cents A Dance (2:16)
  3. Waiter, Make Mine Blues (3:22)
  4. Bewitched, Bothered, And Bewildered (4:20)
  5. Tea For Two (3:49)
  6. Honeysuckle Rose (3:14)
  7. Love Me Or Leave Me (2:34)
  8. It Shouldn't Happen To A Dream (3:02)
  9. Miss Brown To You (4:02)
  10. I Get I Kick Out Of You (2:24)
  11. Let's Face The Music And Dance (3:16)
  12. Peel Me A Grape (3:05)
  13. Angel Eyes (3:39)
  14. Crazy He Calls Me (3:26)
  15. Whisper Not (2:57)
  16. Senor Blues (2:46)
  17. Sing, Sing, Sing (3:32)
  18. Avalon (2:15)

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One of the best pairings of an artist with a label since Frank Sinatra swung into the Capitol offices, Anita O'Day's time under the Verve umbrella (also including Clef and Norgran) resulted in some of the best pop music of her era. O'Day's entry in 2003's The Diva Series is one of the better single-disc wrap-ups of her time on Verve, though the scarcity of hits while she was there and the near-uniform excellence of her '50s LPs still preclude anyone from recommending a compilation to any but newcomers. Still, this one is much longer than Verve's previous attempts; it also balances songs from her rarer early-'60s dates with her '50s prime, and ably compiles some of her best-known material ("What Is This Thing Called Love," "Honeysuckle Rose," "Tea for Two") as well as a few of her hardest-swingers ("Love Me or Leave Me," "I Get a Kick out of You," "Let's Face the Music and Dance"). Much better than Compact Jazz, but nowhere near as revelatory as her late-'50s classics Anita Sings the Most or Anita O'Day Swings Cole Porter With Billy May.

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