Download links and information about Swinging Dors by Diana Dors. This album was released in 1960 and it belongs to Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 32:54 minutes.
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|1.||The Gentleman Is A Dope||3:38|
|2.||That's How It Is||2:30|
|3.||Come By Sunday||2:24|
|6.||Roller Coaster Blues||2:35|
|7.||Crazy He Calls Me||2:54|
|9.||Tired Of Love||2:30|
|10.||Let There Be Love||2:13|
|11.||In Love For The Very First Time||2:40|
|12.||The Point Of No Return||2:19|
Diana Dors is known more as an actress and sex symbol than as a singer, but she did sing on record during her heyday. This 1960 album is a competent pop-jazz session, with accompaniment from the Wally Stott Orchestra (Stott perhaps being best known internationally for working in the '60s with Scott Walker, Dusty Springfield, and Shirley Bassey). Unlike many records by celebrities known mostly for acting, Swinging Dors isn't a novelty album, or an embarrassment. It's just a very straightforward swing jazz-flavored adult pop session, Dors singing much better, in the conventional sense, than her American counterpart Marilyn Monroe. At the same time, Monroe, for all her vocal limitations, projected much more character than Dors does on this record, which is surprisingly only in its utter ordinariness.