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Still On the Road


Download links and information about Still On the Road by Rosemary Clooney. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 54:26 minutes.

Artist: Rosemary Clooney
Release date: 1993
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 15
Duration: 54:26
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No. Title Length
1. On the Road Again (Album Version) 3:36
2. Rules of the Road (Album Version) 4:26
3. Corcovado (Quiet Nights) [Album Version] 3:08
4. How Are Things In Glocca Morra (Album Version) 5:01
5. Let's Get Away from It All (Album Version) 4:07
6. Moonlight Mississippi (Album Version) 3:25
7. Back Home In Indiana (Album Version) 2:05
8. Ol' Man River (Album Version) 1:57
9. Take Me Back to Manhattan (Album Version) 5:10
10. How Deep Is the Ocean (Album Version) 4:13
11. Road to Morocco (Album Version) 2:32
12. Still On the Road (Album Version) 4:36
13. Till We Meet Again (Album Version) 3:05
14. Let's Eat Home (Album Version) 3:01
15. Still Crazy After All These Years (Album Version) 4:04



On this CD, Rosemary Clooney broke away from using a jazz combo with Scott Hamilton and instead is accompanied by a big band mostly arranged and conducted by her musical director, pianist John Oddo. The 15 songs frequently have something to do with being on the road or the significance of particular locations, including such songs as "On the Road Again," "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?," Cole Porter's "Take Me Back to Manhattan," and Dave Frishberg's "Let's Eat Home." Among the highlights are a surprisingly touching version of "(Back Home Again In) Indiana," the witty "Let's Get Away from It All," Willard Robison's obscure "Moonlight Mississippi," and a delightful version of "Road to Morocco," on which Clooney sings with Jack Sheldon. Most selections feature one or two solos from the horn section, including the beautiful-toned trombonist Chauncey Welsh; trumpeter Warren Luening; and either Tommy Newsom, Nino Tempo, or Bob Tricarico on tenor. Rosemary Clooney's voice still had 95 percent of its power on this easily recommended set.