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What a Diff'rence a Day Makes! (Expanded Version)


Download links and information about What a Diff'rence a Day Makes! (Expanded Version) by Dinah Washington. This album was released in 1959 and it belongs to Blues, Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 41:37 minutes.

Artist: Dinah Washington
Release date: 1959
Genre: Blues, Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 41:37
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No. Title Length
1. I Remember You (featuring Belford Hendricks) 2:48
2. I Thought About You (featuring Belford Hendricks) 2:34
3. That's All There Is to That (featuring Belford Hendricks) 2:19
4. I Won't Cry Anymore (featuring Belford Hendricks' Orchestra) 2:21
5. I'm Thru With Love (featuring Belford Hendricks) 2:29
6. Cry Me a River 2:30
7. What a Difference a Day Made 2:31
8. Nothing in the World (Could Make Me Love You More Than I Do) (featuring Belford Hendricks) 3:18
9. Manhattan (featuring Belford Hendricks) 4:19
10. Time after Time (featuring Belford Hendricks) 2:30
11. It's Magic 2:41
12. A Sunday Kind of Love (1959) (featuring Belford Hendricks) 2:36
13. Time after Time (1989 Compilation Version) (featuring Belford Hendricks' Orchestra) 2:19
14. Come on Home (Single) (featuring Belford Hendricks' Orchestra) 2:31
15. It Could Happen to You (Single) (featuring Belford Hendricks) 3:06
16. Studio Dialogue 0:45



Dinah Washington had long been known as the Queen of the Blues when she took steps toward the mainstream in the late '50s. What a Diff'rence a Day Makes not only placed the great singer firmly on the pop charts and permanently associated her with the near-title song, it proved again that her enormous vocal power and emotion were all but impossible to fence in. Washington's tart tone brought new dimensions to songs like "Cry Me a River" (a hit just a few years before in Julie London's version), "I Won't Cry Anymore," and "Time After Time," while also pointing the way for the ballad recordings Etta James would soon be making. This expanded edition includes three bonus tracks and a snippet of telling studio dialogue.