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✨✧ George DuningBell, Book, & Candle ... LP
Colpix, 1959. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A wonderful jazzy soundtrack from the end of the 50s – written for the ultra-cool film Bell, Book, & Candle – which starred Kim Novak and Jimmy Stewart in a comedy about beatnik witches in New York! Much of the soundtrack has a cool beat jazz sort of feel to it – and many tracks feature strong solo work by Pete and Conte Candoli, who also perform a bit in nightclub scenes in the film. Other tracks have a slightly more orchestral feel, but one that's still quite light, given the nice themes in the movie – and which also features some playful bits that still keep things jazzy. Titles include "Way Out Calypso", "Send Me Nicky", "Pyewacket Returns", "Zodiac Blues", "L'Assassin Ennuye", and "Shep Shook". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear, a fully split top seam, and mostly split bottom.)
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✨✧ Carole SimpsonSingin & Swingin ... LP
Tops, 1959. Very Good- ... $11.99
Incredibly groovy work from singer Carole Simpson – way more than just the familiar batch of ballads for a late 50s vocal date like this – thanks to key contributions from Steve Allen! Steve "presents" Carole for the record – and also contributes most of the original tunes on the album too – some of them gems from the Allen songbook that you'll know from other records, some of them lesser-known treats that really help keep things fresh – the kind of well-penned and personal numbers that really make us feel like Carole's singing just to us! Arrangements are jazzy, but nice and gentle too – and titles include "Bell Book & Candle", "Baby", "When You Get To Frisco", "This Could Be The Start Of Something Big", "A Ship Sailed", "Fools", and "You Gotta Get Lucky Sometime". LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label Mayfair pressing. Cover has a split spine.)

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