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The Voice of Audrey Morris (Remastered 2014)

Audrey Morris & Marty Paich

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1
I Never Mention Your Name
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
2:59
2
It's Always You
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
0:18
3
How'dja Like to Love Me?
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
3:00
4
Glad to Be Unhappy
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
3:18
5
What More Can a Woman Do?
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
3:19
6
If Love Were All
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
2:50
7
Blue Turning Gray Over You
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
2:38
8
If You Could See Me Now
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
2:27
9
I Go for That
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
3:29
10
I Wonder What Became Of Me
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
3:11
11
You Irritate Me So
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
3:08
12
My Old Flame
Audrey Morris & Marty Paich
2:32
Total Playing Time    33:09
This 1956 album that launched jazz balladeer Audrey Morris's career was her only recording for Bethlehem. Lushly arranged and conducted by Marty Paich, who also wrote the bulk of the material, Morris is tastefully backed up by a talented band including trumpeter Stu Williamson, guitarist Bill Pitman and bassist Joe Mondragon.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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