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Everything I Have Is Yours: The Best of the MGM Years


Download links and information about Everything I Have Is Yours: The Best of the MGM Years by Billy Eckstine. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Bop genres. It contains 42 tracks with total duration of 02:14:31 minutes.

Artist: Billy Eckstine
Release date: 1991
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Bop
Tracks: 42
Duration: 02:14:31
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No. Title Length
1. Everything I Have Is Yours 3:15
2. Fools Rush In 3:01
3. Blue Moon 3:13
4. Mr. B's Blues 2:31
5. Temptation 2:57
6. Somehow 3:15
7. Caravan 2:53
8. Bewildered 3:16
9. Body and Soul 2:57
10. My Foolish Heart 3:05
11. Every Day (I Fall In Love) 3:00
12. I Love You 2:42
13. Dedicated to You (featuring Sarah Vaughan) 2:46
14. You're All I Need 3:08
15. I Wanna Be Loved 2:58
16. You've Got Me Crying Again 2:40
17. I've Never Been in Love Before 3:04
18. I Apologize 2:54
19. As Long As I Live (featuring Woody Herman, Woody Herman And His Orchestra) 2:50
20. I Left My Hat in Haiti 2:41
21. Here Comes the Blues 3:11
22. Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries 2:45
23. Wonder Why 2:56
24. I'm a Fool to Want You 3:09
25. Taking a Chance on Love 2:41
26. You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) 3:07
27. Early Autumn 3:21
28. Tenderly 3:44
29. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) 3:39
30. If You Could See Me Now 3:26
31. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes 3:44
32. Laura 3:18
33. Mister, You've Gone and Got the Blues 3:33
34. Ill Wind 3:41
35. April in Paris 3:09
36. Coquette 3:09
37. Send My Baby Back to Me 2:58
38. How High the Moon, Pts. 1 & 2 5:22
39. St. Louis Blues, Pts. 1 & 2 6:20
40. Don't Get Around Much Anymore 2:34
41. Lost in Loveliness 3:00
42. Passing Strangers (featuring Sarah Vaughan, Hal Mooney) 2:38



This two-CD set improves upon the original two-LP package by adding 14 more songs. The pop side of Billy Eckstine was emphasized during his period with MGM and many of these selections (including hit versions of "Everything I Have Is Yours," "Blue Moon," "Caravan," "My Foolish Heart," and "I Apologize") feature his warm baritone backed by string sections. There are some exceptions, including "Mr. B's Blues" (which gives Eckstine a chance to solo on valve trombone), dates with Woody Herman and George Shearing, eight numbers on which the singer is accompanied by the Bobby Tucker Quartet, and a pair of wonderful performances with the Metronome All-Stars in 1953 (a group that includes trumpeter Roy Eldridge, both Lester Young and Warne Marsh on tenors, and vibraphonist Terry Gibbs). Although not as essential from the jazz standpoint as Billy Eckstine's earlier big-band dates, this two-fer features the singer at the peak of his powers; five ballad duets with Sarah Vaughan are a highlight.