Bobby Hackett - The Swingin'est Gals in Town / Jazz Impressions of Lionel Bart "Oliver!" (2002) [Dixieland, Swing]; FLAC

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Bobby Hackett - The Swingin'est Gals in Town / Jazz Impressions of Lionel Bart "Oliver!" (2002) [Dixieland, Swing]; FLAC

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Artist: Bobby Hackett
Album: The Swingin'est Gals in Town / Jazz Impressions of Lionel Bart "Oliver!"
Genre: Dixieland, Swing
Label: Collectables Jazz Classics
Released: 2002
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Tracklist:
    The Swingin'est Gals in Town (1966)
  1. Where Am I Going? (Coleman-Fields) - 1:56
  2. Baby Dream Your Dream (Coleman-Fields) - 2:56
  3. There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This (Coleman-Fields) - 2:04
  4. Big Spender (Coleman-Fields) - 2:30
  5. You Wanna Bet (Coleman-Fields) - 2:26
  6. Sweet Charity (Coleman-Fields) - 2:14
  7. Open a New Window (Herman) - 2:10
  8. We Need a Little Christmas (Herman) - 2:21
  9. That's How Young I Feel (Herman) - 2:20
  10. If He Walked into My Life (Herman) - 2:47
  11. Mame (Herman) - 2:00

    Jazz Impressions of Lionel Bart's "Oliver!" (1963)
  12. Who Will Buy? (Bart) - 2:46
  13. Where Is Love? (Bart) - 3:19
  14. Food, Glorious Food (Bart) - 2:06
  15. I'd Do Anything (Bart) - 3:18
  16. As Long As He Needs Me (Bart) - 3:01
  17. It's a Fine Life (Bart) - 3:09
  18. Oom-Pah-Pah (Bart) - 2:15
  19. Consider Yourself (Bart) - 2:38
  20. Pick a Pocket or Two (Bart) - 2:30
  21. Oliver (Bart, Madden) - 3:01
  22. My Name (Bart) - 2:42
  23. Be Back Soon (Bart) - 2:28

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Originally released in 1963 at a time when Bobby Hackett was playing trumpet behind Tony Bennett, these are jazz-oriented versions of Broadway musicals. These sessions from the vaults of Columbia Records are not essential, but it's fun lite pop/jazz that doesn't take itself too seriously and is easy to relax with. Jazz Impressions of Oliver is self-explanatory while The Swingiest Gals in Town includes themes from Mame and Sweet Charity.
Review by Al Campbell

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