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Annie Ross | Let Me Sing

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Let Me Sing

by Annie Ross

Legendary Annie Ross From the classic vocal roots of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fun To Be Fooled
3:43 album only
2. Accentuate the Positive
4:53 album only
3. Day In Day Out
4:14 album only
4. Kiss Me Again and Indian Summer
6:10 album only
5. Nobody's Heart But Myself
4:41 album only
6. Embraceable You
5:39 album only
7. I Told Every Little Star
3:29 album only
8. Alone Together
5:01 album only
9. Isn't It A Pity
4:29 album only
10. Just Friends
2:59 album only
11. Speak Low
6:19 album only
12. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
5:29 album only
13. I Thought About You
2:53 album only
14. Lush Life
4:04 album only


Album Notes
As a child she sang for Duke Ellington and was praised by him. As a teenager she heard Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie and lived hippily ever affter. Well it wasn't that simple - or easy, But if show business was in her blood, jazz crept into her bones. She rubbed elbows with Stella Brooks; subbed at the Apollo Theater for Billie Holiday and became a caring friend to Lady Day; was married to Kenny Clarke and recorded with an incipient Modern Jazz Quartet; wrote the lyrics to Wardell Gray's "Twisted" and Art Farmer's "Farmer's Market" and vocally negotiated their serpentine contours with uncanny elan; was a nightclub entrepreneur in London at "Annie's Room"; appeared with Anthony Newley in Cranks; Vanessa Redgrave in Three Penny Opera; and was directed by Robert Altman in The Player and Short Cuts



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