Chris Connor - A Weekend In Paris album flac
Chris Connor - 'Meantime' - from the album 'A Weekend In Paris' - 1964, recorded in 1963 on FM label.
Her first album for FM, Chris Connor at the Village Gate (1963), although critically acclaimed, did not sell as well as her previous Bethlehem and Atlantic albums. Her second LP for FM, A Weekend in Paris (1964), was sent to radio stations but never commercially released because FM Records declared bankruptcy. Connor spent the remainder of the 1960s and 1970s recording for various labels. On ABC/Paramount Records, she released Sings Gentle Bossa Nova in 1965 and Now! in 1966. Connor placed three songs into the popular music charts ("All About Ronnie" was a radio hit in 1953, but did not chart on Billboard). And the Bull Walked Around, Ole" (recorded with the Stan Kenton Orchestra) peaked at No. 30 in 1953. I Miss You So", Atlantic single 1105, peaked at No. 34 in 1957. Trust in Me", Atlantic single 1138, peaked at No. 95 in 1957. Original album releases.
Chris Connor is an album by jazz singer Chris Connor. Atlantic Records released the album, Connor's first for the label, in 1956. The recording was Atlantic's first jazz vocal LP record. The tracks appearing on Chris Connor were recorded over the course of three sessions. The first of these occurred on January 19, 1956, with a small orchestra accompanying Connor, using arrangements by Ralph Burns.
Chris Connor (November 8, 1927 - August 29, 2009) was an American jazz singer known for her distinctive style and expression. Chris Connor (November 8, 1927 - August 29, 2009) was an American jazz singer known for her distinctive style and expression. View full artist profile.
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Play full-length songs from Chris Connor by Chris Connor on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. Cool jazz vocalist Chris Connor was already starting to generate considerable career heat when Atlantic signed her, making her the first singer on their roster and their biggest seller until Ray Charles crossed over. Connor's joined by a host of East Coast cool jazz modernists, with a small group led by MJQ pianist John Lewis and an orchestra arranged by Ralph Burns. 1. I Get A Kick Out Of You (LP Version).
Band: Chris Connor, The Michel Colombier Orchestra. Genre: Vocal Jazz Year: 1990 Audio codec: MP3 Riptype: tracks Bitrate: 320 kbps Playtime: 33:19 Site: plixid. com Tracklist: 01 It’s Not For Me To Say 02 Cry Me A River 03 I Could Go On Singing 04 I Love My Man 05 Hum Drum Blues 06 The Second Time Around 07 I Wish You Love 08 Chances Are 09. Meantime 10 Johnny. Chris Connor with The Michel Colombier Orchestra – A Weekend in Paris (1963) (1990). Chris Connor with The Michel Colombier Orchestra – A Weekend in Paris (1963) (1990)
Chris Connor is an album by jazz singer Chris Connor. Atlantic Records released the album, Connor's first for the label, in 1956 Contents.
Album · 1955 · 12 Songs. Chris Connor Sings the George Gershwin Almanac of Song. He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not.
|1||It's Not For Me To Say|
|2||Cry Me A River|
|3||I Could Go On Singing|
|4||I Love My Man|
|5||Hum Drum Blues|
|6||The Second Time Around|
|7||I wish You Love|
- Manufactured By – EMI Music Japan Inc
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988006 883994
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|FM 312||Chris Connor||A Weekend In Paris (LP, Album, Mono)||FM||FM 312||US||1964|
|Nippon Columbia||Chris Connor||A Weekend In Paris (LP, Album, Mono)||FM||Nippon Columbia||Japan||1976|