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Betty Carter and Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant Album

Betty Carter and Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant Album
Title:
Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant
Performer:
Betty Carter and Ray Bryant
Style:
Vocal
Released:
1955
Catalog:
LN 3202
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1359 mb
FLAC album size:
2548 mb
Genre:
Label:
Epic

Tracklist


1No Moon At All
2The Way You Look Tonight
3Threesome
4Gone With The Wind
5What Is This Thing Called Love?
6Can't We Be Friends
7Willow Weep For Me
8Thou Swell
9Old Devil Moon
10I Could Write A Book
11Sneaking Around
12Moonlight In Vermont


Album


Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant is a 1955 jazz album by singer Betty Carter and pianist Ray Bryant both debuting here on record as leading artists. Although Carter is mentioned first, she is only featured on half of the tracks. On three of the six songs Jerome Richardson is also heard on flute. The other half is recorded by the Ray Bryant Trio alone. The six tracks with Betty Carter were reissued under her name in 1980 on the compilation album Social Call together with previously unreleased material. Betty Carter and Ray Bryant - Betty Carter and Ray Bryant. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant - Betty Carter, Ray Bryant, Betty Carter - Ray Bryant, Betty Carter with the Ray Bryant Trio. Betty Carter & Ray Bryant. Vocal 1955. Betty Carter. Social Call. Run Away. Moonlight In Vermont. Betty Carter & Ray Bryant Trio. This LP featured singer Betty Carter and pianist Ray Bryant at the beginning of their careers. Carter's 25-year-old voice was already quite recognizable, although the improvising style on her 11 titles here is much more conservative than it would be from the 1970s on. However, Carter's scatting on Frenesi which sounds like a wigged-out Carmen McRae shows individuality, and her renditions of Social Call, I Could Write a Book, and Moonlight in Vermont are memorable. A historic and enjoyable set. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant, 1955. Now playing . Ray Bryant - Can t We Be Friends, Ray Bryant Trio, Betty Carter - Moonlight In Vermont, Ray Bryant, Betty Carter - No Moon at All, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Betty Carter with the Ray Bryant Trio What Is This Thing Called Love. Ray Bryant, Betty Carter Tell Him I Said Hello. Betty Carter Moonlight in Vermont. Carter is backed by Bryant's trio with Wendell Marshall on bass and Papa Jo Jones on drums. The flautist on three tracks is Jerome Richardson. Tracks 14, 15 and 17 were recorded on June 1, 1955 in NYC with Bryant backed by his trio Marshall and Jones, and tracks 16 and 18 a month later on July 1, 1955 by the same trio. This album combines the equally great talents of Betty Carter and Ray Bryant to create a classic fusion of jazz group and vocal. The first half of the album showcases Betty Carter's phenomenal singing, from racing scat riffs Thou Swell to the deep, husky renditions of Moonlight in Vermont and, my absolute favourite, Gone with the Wind. Ray Charles & Betty Carter Bonus Tracks. Ray Charles, Betty Carter. Winter Holidays. Time To Relaxe. Revolver Hits. Guitar Town Music. Sneaking Around. Gone With the Wind. Betty Carter, The Ray Bryant Trio, Richard Wes and His Orchestra. Cant We Be Friends. Cherry Pie