Claire Austin - Claire Austin Sings "When Your Lover Has Gone" (1991) [Vocal Jazz]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Claire Austin - Claire Austin Sings "When Your Lover Has Gone" (1991) [Vocal Jazz]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Claire Austin
Album: Claire Austin Sings "When Your Lover Has Gone"
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Label: OJC
Released: 1991
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
  1. When Your Lover Has Gone (Swan) - 4:33
  2. Can't We Talk It Over (Washington-Young) - 3:44
  3. My Melancholy Baby (Norton-Watson-Burnett) - 3:56
  4. I'll Never Be the Same (Kahn-Malneck-Signorelli) - 4:41
  5. Lover, Come Back to Me (Hammerstein-Romberg) - 4:08
  6. The House Is Haunted (Rose-Adlam) - 4:05
  7. I'm Thru with Love (Kahn-Malneck-Livingston) - 4:14
  8. Someone to Watch over Me (Gershwin-Gershwin) - 4:29
  9. Come Rain or Come Shine (Arlen-Mercer) - 4:12
  10. What Is This Thing Called Love? (Porter) - 4:12
  11. The World's Jazz Crazy (Smith) - 2:48
  12. Down Hearted Blues (Austin-Hunter) - 3:16
  13. See See Rider (Rainey-Arrant) - 3:59
  14. Good Time Flat Blues (Williams) - 2:58
  15. Careless Love (Handy-Williams-Koenig) - 3:18
  16. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (Cox) - 3:13
  17. Mecca Flat Blues (Blythe-Robinson) - 3:15
  18. 'Fore Day Creep (Cox) - 3:36

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The history of jazz and blues is full of talented artists who were obscure but didn't deserve to be. One example is Claire Austin, an expressive jazz/blues vocalist who was as proficient with intimate, introspective torch singing as she was with more extroverted classic blues. Claire Austin Sings When Your Lover Has Gone was recorded for Contemporary in 1955 and 1956, and finds Austin favoring vulnerable, relaxed, subtle torch singing (her phrasing could be described as an appealing combination of Mildred Bailey, Peggy Lee, and Billie Holiday). As a torch singer, she embraces the songbooks of great pop composers like Harold Arlen, Cole Porter, and the Gershwin Brothers.
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