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Chris Connor Sings Lullabys of Birdland (Remastered 2014)

Chris Connor

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1
I Hear Music
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
2:15
2
What Is There To Say
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
2:54
3
Come Back To Sorrento
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
2:47
4
Why Shouldn't I
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
2:46
5
Lullaby Of Birdland
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
2:24
6
Try A Little Tenderness
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
3:05
7
All About Ronnie
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
2:58
8
Spring Is Here
Chris Connor; Ellis Larken Trio
2:56
Total Playing Time    22:05
"... she conveyed the sound of a singer rapt in a romantic spell."
- The New York Times

This 1957 compilation of material is taken from two 10-inch best-selling albums released simultaneously in 1954, Chris Connor's debuts for Bethlehem. The two 10-inchers reached the number one and number two positions on the Billboard jazz chart in April 1955, having sold over 40,000 copies each, a remarkable achievement for jazz records back then.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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