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Queen: The Music of Dinah Washington


Download links and information about Queen: The Music of Dinah Washington by Dinah Washington. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 43:32 minutes.

Artist: Dinah Washington
Release date: 2004
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 43:32
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No. Title Length
1. I Don't Hurt Anymore 3:11
2. If I Loved You (Single Version) 2:26
3. I Thought About You 2:59
4. A Foggy Day (Mono Version) 7:57
5. I'll Drown In My Tears (1989 Compilation Version) (featuring Quincy Jones, Quincy Jones And His Orchestra) 3:08
6. You Let My Love Grow Cold (Single Version) (featuring Quincy Jones, Quincy Jones And His Orchestra) 2:26
7. Cry Me a River 2:47
8. Sunny Side of the Street (featuring Hal Mooney) 2:26
9. Please Send Me Someone to Love (Single Version) 3:04
10. Trouble In the Lowlands (Back Water Blues) 9:07
11. A Slick Chick (On the Mellow Side) [Single Version] (featuring Tab Smith Orchestra, Tab Smith) 2:39
12. Dinah Tells a Joke (1988 Compilation Version) 1:22



The 2004 Verve release Queen: The Music of Dinah Washington was compiled by Nadine Cohodas to coincide with her biography of the troubled singer. For a performer with such a large discography, these 12 tracks don't even begin to scratch the surface, but it gives a good idea of the eclectic nature of her material waxed between 1946 and 1961 for the Mercury label. These cuts equally sample Dinah's embrace of R&B, traditional blues, sappy string sections, and Broadway tunes, while swinging with cozy small combos or fronting large orchestras led by Hal Mooney, Teddy Stewart, Tab Smith, and Quincy Jones and featuring a plethora of high profile soloists. For novices or casual fans, the disc isn't a bad way to become acquainted with her Mercury recordings; however, it contains nothing for aficionados.