Nancy Wilson - Spotlight on Nancy Wilson (1995) [Vocal Jazz]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Nancy Wilson - Spotlight on Nancy Wilson (1995) [Vocal Jazz]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

Unread postby Mike1985 » 09 Sep 2020, 16:43

Artist: Nancy Wilson
Album: Spotlight on Nancy Wilson
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Label: Capitol Records
Released: 1995
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
  1. What a Little Moonlight Can Do (2:27)
  2. Little Girl Blue (2:51)
  3. My One and Only Love (3:01)
  4. The Best Is Yet to Come (2:22)
  5. Midnight Sun (3:51)
  6. The Good Life (2:29)
  7. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (2:35)
  8. Time After Time (2:59)
  9. All of You (1:48)
  10. The Very Thought of You (2:53)
  11. Back in Your Own Back Yard (2:53)
  12. When the Sun Comes Out (3:51)
  13. At Long Last Love (2:33)
  14. You've Changed (2:49)
  15. Someone to Watch over Me (2:33)
  16. I Wish You Love (2:01)
  17. Angel Eyes (2:52)
  18. Here's That Rainy Day (2:28)
  19. The Song Is You (2:00)
  20. Miss Otis Regrets (She's Unable to Lunch Today) (3:28)


Once again, Capitol finds a way to repackage its vast vocal holdings. Not a bad thing really, especially considering the sheer quality of songs from label swells like Mel Tormé, June Christy, and Peggy Lee, not to mention such low-profile staffers as Keely Smith, Matt Monro, and Margaret Whiting. Well, this time Capitol brings its treasures to the post-grunge and electronica masses on their Great Ladies (and Gentlemen) of Song series. Packing each disc with 20 sterling tracks, these fetching collections cover the best from each artist's prime. This time out, Nancy Wilson is in the spotlight with a stunning program that ranges from 1959-1968. She shines on both ballads and swingers here, and particularly impresses on such highlights as "The Good Life," "Angel Eyes," and "Back in Your Own Backyard." Helping along the way are some of the era's best jazz and pop arrangers, including Oliver Nelson, Billy May, Gerald Wilson, and Jimmy Jones. A perfect introduction to Nancy Wilson's extensive catalog.
Review by Stephen Cook

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