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2004: Laura Fygi - Songbook: 20 Jazz Greatest Hits Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz

2004: Laura Fygi - Songbook: 20 Jazz Greatest Hits
Artist: Laura Fygi
Album: Songbook: 20 Jazz Greatest Hits
Year: 2004
Label: Universal
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Size: 166 Mb

This best selection of Laura's previous solo albums from her debut "Introducing" to her eighth 'Semi-Biography' album "Change" was released for promotion of her 3rd time concert in Hong Kong 'At Ronnie Scott's - Live in Hong Kong' held on 20th March 2004. Needless to say, all tracks in this album are marvellous.
From this wonderful album, you can find Laura is really a talent in languages. Apart from English, Laura also shows her subtle flair for languages in her interpretation of her other master hits, to name a few, 'Les Feulles Mortes' in French, 'Historia De Un Amor', 'Abrazame', 'Besame Mucho' and 'Quizas, Quizas, Quizas' in Spanish and 'Disse Alguem' (All of me) in Portuguese.
Pulling together some of the most impressive works of Laura, this gorgeously packaged album certainly provides an excellent excuse to revisit Laura's classic hits ranging from jazzy ballads, evengreeen standards, bossa nova tunes, Japanese themes, Latin beats to poppy hits, like 'Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue', 'Dream A Little Dream', 'The Summer Knows', 'I Will Wait For You', 'What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life', 'The Lady Wants To Know', 'Corcovado', 'How Am I Supposed To Live Without You', 'Eterntal Flame', 'I Need To Be In Love', 'La La La La Love Song' and 'Midnight Stroll'. It's focus on the atmosphere of the music will travel across cultures and communicaties transcending boundaries.
If you were a fan of Laura, no doubt you've already got this perfect collection. If you were a newcomer, it's easy to discover what you might have missed the first time and rediscover those hard-to-find favorites all over again. You'll find this excellent collection enhance your listening pleasure an enrich your music world. This album is most definitely worth its weight in platinum.
~ Amazon.com
1966: Johnny Hodges & Wild Bill Davis - In A Mellotone Swing, Mainstream
1966: Johnny Hodges & Wild Bill Davis - In A Mellotone
Artists: Johnny Hodges, Wild Bill Davis
Album: In A Mellotone
Label: Bluebird/RCA
Year: 1966, release: 1990
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 102 mb
Total time: 47:14
AMG Rating: 1966: Johnny Hodges & Wild Bill Davis - In A Mellotone


Altoist Johnny Hodges and organist Wild Bill Davis teamed up successfully on quite a few albums in the 1960s. This set, reissued on CD, was their final one and quite possibly their most rewarding. With solo work provided not only by the co-leaders but trombonist Lawrence Brown, obscure tenor Bob Brown, and guitarist Dickie Thompson (drummer Bobby Durham helps out in support), this is a particularly interesting unit. Unlike most of their other collaborations, this outing by Hodges and Davis sticks mostly to better-known material, including a previously unissued version of Duke Ellington's "Squeeze Me But Please Don't Tease Me" and four Hodges originals. Highlights include "It's Only a Paper Moon," "Taffy," "Good Queen Bess," and "In a Mellotone." This release is recommended as a strong (and swinging) example of Johnny Hodges outside of the Duke Ellington Orchestra. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
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