I Wanna Be Loved
Download links and information about I Wanna Be Loved by Dinah Washington. This album was released in 1962 and it belongs to Blues, Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 32:19 minutes.
|Genre:||Blues, Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop|
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|1.||I Wanna Be Loved (featuring Quincy Jones, Quincy Jones And His Orchestra)||2:43|
|3.||Everybody's Somebody's Fool||2:29|
|6.||Let's Fall In Love||2:07|
|7.||When Your Lover Has Gone||2:10|
|8.||A Stranger In Town||2:16|
|9.||God Bless the Child||2:45|
|11.||I Can't Face the Music (Without Singing the Blues)||3:23|
|12.||Sometimes I'm Happy||2:05|
A torch song date recorded between Dinah Washington's commercial breakthrough in 1959 and her death in 1963, I Wanna Be Loved flaunts a large cast of talented collaborators — plus, to be sure, Washington's regal readings of 12 great songs — but, unfortunately, the musical side is overwhelmed by the heavy strings in attendance. Working with Quincy Jones, Washington found her studio cast to include Joe Newman and Clark Terry on trumpet, Jimmy Cleveland and Kai Winding on trombone, and Al Cohn on tenor. However, the arrangements (from Ernie Wilkins and Quincy Jones) rarely leave room for the musicians — and, in fact, rarely feature them at all — preferring instead to concentrate on strings and the occasional wordless vocal chorus. As usually happened in these circumstances, Washington appears unfazed by the treacle surrounding her; although she doesn't improvise, her performances of "Blue Gardenia," "Don't Explain," and the title track (originally an R&B hit for her 12 years earlier) are elegant and bewitching. The larger big band makes its presence felt on the two side-closers, both of them ("Let's Fall in Love," "Sometimes I'm Happy") more uptempo material. Although Washington's latter-day Mercury material is often derided, she always succeeded despite her surroundings, and this date is no different.