King Pleasure Sings/Annie Ross Sings (Remastered)
Download links and information about King Pleasure Sings/Annie Ross Sings (Remastered) by Annie Ross, King Pleasure. This album was released in 1954 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 48:21 minutes.
|Artist:||Annie Ross, King Pleasure|
|Genre:||Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Bop|
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|2.||Jumpin' With Symphony Sid||2:34|
|3.||Sometimes I'm Happy||2:55|
|4.||This Is Always||3:14|
|5.||What Can I Say (After I Say I'm Sorry)||3:09|
|6.||Don't Get Scared||3:18|
|9.||I'm In the Mood for Love||3:01|
|15.||The Time Was Right||3:17|
The brief life span of classic jazz vocalese singing found its first inspiration in these King Pleasure sides. Pleasure vocalized many bebop solos by the likes of James Moody, Charlie Parker, and Lester Young, often adding his own hip and witty lyrics to the mix. Initially issued on his debut, Moody's Mood for Love, the first eight sides here include solid senders like "Parker's Mood," "Red Top" (based on a Gene Ammons solo and featuring singer Betty Carter), and "Jumpin' With Symphony Sid" (Lester Young). Balancing out the boppish fare, Pleasure also delivers ballads like "This Is Always" (featuring the Dave Lambert Singers) and his own composition, "Don't Be Scared" (up-and-coming vocalese star Jon Hendriks guests). Future Hendriks cohort Annie Ross co-headlines this LP, matching Pleasure's best with hits like "Twisted" (Wardell Gray) and "Farmer's Market" (Art Farmer). Her wordless scat feature, "Annie's Lament," is a highlight as well. A must for bop and vocal jazz fans.