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  1. Tojasar
    Jan 01,  · Apple Music Preview. Sign Out Sign In Try It Now 13 Songs, 53 Minutes Preview. Velvet & Brass Mel Tormé Jazz ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Nobody Else But Me 2 Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away) 3 If You Could See Me Now 4 I Get a Kick Out of You Mel Tormé 5 Have You Met Released on: January 01, Reply
  2. Daizuru
    out of 5 stars Boss Brass and Velvet Fog Make a Smoking Album Reviewed in Canada on July 4, Mel Torme' heard Rob McConnell's big band at a record shop one day and soon after recorded this album- the first of their two collaborations/5(9). Reply
  3. Goltigami
    The first Mel and the Boss Brass album from the early 80s is such fun and so full of surprises that it wasn't going to be easy to match it. This is a little smoother, warmer, lovely to listen to but is a bit like going back on holiday to a place you loved the first time/5(9). Reply
  4. Yozshugrel
    Mel Tormé is in excellent voice for this matchup with Rob McConnell's Boss Brass, but somehow there is not as much musical magic as one might rrasposchilyrawolf.newslagetfdetosudogtprovimnebugal.infoinfo the exception of "My Sweetie Went Away" and "On the Swing Shift," none of the songs are exactly little-known, there are more ballads and less swingers than is optimal, and although there are a few short solos, the Boss Brass sounds 8/ Reply
  5. Viramar
    Velvet & Brass is a album by Mel Tormé, with Rob McConnell's Boss Brass big rrasposchilyrawolf.newslagetfdetosudogtprovimnebugal.infoinfo was Tormé's second recording with the band, his first was released in Velvet & Brass was Tormé's final studio album.. Track listing "Nobody Else But Me" (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern) – "Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Gus Kahn) – Genre: Vocal jazz. Reply
  6. Vuktilar
    Rob McConnell's arrangement of "I Get A Kick Out Of You" won a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement With Accompanying Vocals. Mel Torm‚ is in excellent voice for this matchup with Rob McConnell's Boss Brass "My Sweetie Went Away" and "On the Swing Shift" are two lesser-known songs among the more familiar ones/5(5). Reply
  7. Mugami
    If you are a fan of Mel Torme include this album in your collection. Most of this CD swings and Mel's voice is perfect. If you're new to MT, then this is a really good start. I would highly recommend this CD whether you already have 20 Mel Torme CDs or this is your first. Good album. You'll enjoy it!/5(10). Reply
  8. Tygogar
    Mel Torme' heard Rob McConnell's big band at a record shop one day and soon after recorded this album- the first of their two collaborations. Mel Torme' was a consumate singer and infused these songs with feeling and energy/5(12). Reply

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