This item is temporarily unavailable.
Arthur Prysock & Count Basie —
Arthur Prysock & Count Basie ... LP, Vinyl record album
You might be interested in
Verve, Late 50s. Very Good
An excellent album of vocals by the great Joe Williams! Joe's always been a fine singer, but with Basie, he really gets the backing he needs to do his work the best. And although this album isn't as authenico as it might be, it still comes from a time when Verve really knew how to handle singers ...
Verve/Analogue Productions, Late 50s. Sealed 2LP
No description available.
Verve, 1960. Very Good+
Mel Torme's one of the few guys who can make a Broadway album really swing – taking the set past simple homage to big shows of the 20th Century, and into fresh new jazz vocal territory! Here, he's working with Margaret Whiting – who proves to be a great partner for such a set – a ...
Verve, 1960. Very Good-
Titles include "Misty", "Black Coffee", "Angel Eyes", "I Cried For You", and "Reach For Tomorrow".
Capitol, 1950s. Very Good
One of her great ones, with moody dark arrangements by Pete Rugolo, and some fantastic stuff like "Whee Baby", "Look Up Out There", and "Kicks". Tight west coast backing, some of her best vocals, and a great purple striped cover too!
Colpix, 1962. Near Mint-
Nina sings Ellington – but as always, she makes whatever she sings all her own! The album's a bit straighter than later efforts – with large backings by Stu Phillips that also feature vocals by the Malcolm Dodds Singers – but Nina also conceived the whole thing herself, as an ...