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Take the "A" Train (Remastered 2014)

Betty Roche

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

"... the high point of her career ... it is this version, rather than the original ('A' Train) that most people remember."
- All About Jazz

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1
Take the A Train
Betty Roché
3:11
2
Something to Live For
Betty Roché
4:02
3
Mellow Tone
Betty Roché
2:28
4
Time after Time
Betty Roché
3:03
5
Go Away Blues
Betty Roché
3:18
6
Can't help lovin' dat man
Betty Roché
3:39
7
Route 66
Betty Roché
4:34
8
All My Life
Betty Roché
3:47
9
I Just Got the Message Baby
Betty Roché
2:38
10
All Too Soon
Betty Roché
4:06
11
You Don't Love Me No More
Betty Roché
3:17
12
September in the Rain
Betty Roché
3:50
Total Playing Time    41:53
“She had a soul inflection in a bop state of intrigue and every word was understandable despite the sophisticated hip and jive connotations.”
- Duke Ellington

Betty Roché performs a remake of her signature song Take The "A" Train on this 1956 release chock full of standards, backed up by Eddie Costa on vibes, trumpeter Conte Candoli, pianist Donn Trenner, bassist Whitey Mitchell and Davey Williams on drums. Despite the fame and success this album and its title song brought Roché, she only released a couple of albums following this one and slipped into obscurity.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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