The Intimate Miss Christy (Remastered)
Download links and information about The Intimate Miss Christy (Remastered) by June Christy. This album was released in 1962 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 38:44 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack|
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|1.||Spring Is Here||3:02|
|2.||Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)||3:14|
|3.||I Fall In Love Too Easily||2:29|
|4.||Time After Time||2:22|
|5.||The More I See You||3:03|
|7.||It Never Entered My Mind||3:30|
|10.||Suddenly It's Spring||2:43|
|11.||I Get Along Without You Very Well||3:08|
|13.||Sometimes I'm Happy||1:35|
On June Christy's excellent run of albums for Capitol Records the vocalist was most often backed by Pete Rugolo's complex orchestral charts or by small, freewheeling jazz groups led by her husband, Bob Cooper. So The Intimate Miss Christy is a special treat for her fans as it finds the cool blonde singer backed only by Al Viola's guitar and Don Bagley's bass (though a flutist sits in on a few tracks). This guitar/bass-only approach was first popularized by Julie London and went on to be utilized by many other singers during this era. The backing not only suits the laid-back, cool jazz approach of June Christy perfectly, but it also means that the singer is never forced to strain too hard, as she sometimes did when working with the experimentally inclined Pete Rugolo. And while the vocalist usually put a dark emotional spin on her ballad readings, this album is definitely aimed more toward romantic entanglements than romantic regrets. The Intimate Miss Christy may be a fireside makeout album, but it's one that merits repeated listens even when the embers die out.