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Vocalists — Vinyl

XSingers we love -- from vintage torch to vocalese, scat, jazz poetry, standards, and more!



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✨✧ Robert MitchumThat Man Robert Mitchum, Sings ... LP
Monument, 1967. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
A wealth of tracks by Robert Mitchum! That's right, THE Robert Mitchum – actor who starred in a wealth of classic noir and action films, a consummate hipster who fancied himself to be quite a singer. A set of more obscure numbers from the late 60s, country and western tunes recorded in Nashville, mostly during the spring of 1967. Mitchum's easy-going style actually works quite well on the tunes – drawling along with a boozy finish that's somewhere in the same territory as Dean Martin's country work, but a bit rougher. Bob's not the greatest singer in the world, but overall, his presentation of the material is quite enjoyable – and proof that he's one of the most compelling figures to ever grace the silver screen. Titles include "Sunny", "Ballad of Thunder Road", "In My Place", "That Man Right There", "Walker's Woods", "Little Ole Wine Drinker Me", "You Deserve Each Other", and "Ricardo's Mountain". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Connie StevensConchetta ... LP
Warner, 1958. Very Good ... $29.99
Sparkling vocals from the lovely Connie Stevens – recorded here right at the start of her fame on screen! Backings by Hal Hidey. LP, Vinyl record album
(White label mono promo with deep groove. Cover has a spot of tape on one corner, but looks great overall.)

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✨✧ Nancy WilsonAll In Love Is Fair ... LP
Capitol, 1974. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
Hip stuff by Nancy – and a sophisticated album of soul tracks arranged and produced by Gene Page, in a string-heavy, slightly-funky style that reminds us of Gene's work with Barry White at the time. The tracks are all pretty hip – and include titles written by Stevie Wonder, Johnny Guitar Watson, Thom Bell & Linda Creed, Billy Page, and Tennyson Stevens. No standout tracks, but plenty of nice moments, and a good side of Nancy's career that isn't always given that much exposure. Titles include "Tell The Truth", "Try It, You'll Like It", "All In Love Is Fair", "There'll Always Be Forever", and "You're As Right As Rain". LP, Vinyl record album

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