Nancy Kelly | B That Way

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B That Way

by Nancy Kelly

Jazz,Be-Bop,Swing Vocals
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Come Back to Me
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2. Don't Explain
5:09 $0.99
3. Common Touch
5:28 $0.99
4. Billie's Bounce
5:07 $0.99
5. Here's Looking At You
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6. The Great City
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7. Don't Go to Strangers
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8. Day in Day Out
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9. Don't Worry 'bout Me
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10. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
4:24 $0.99
11. The Very Thought of You
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12. Good Morning Heartache
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Album Notes
"The result is a spectacular compact disc of great music, ... notably one of the most impressive vocal jazz albums I've heard this year. Here is a true jazz singer for your listening pleasure." Dee Dee McNeil LA Jazz

"If swing was gold, Nancy Kelly would be the richest woman on earth" John Gilbert, EJazz news

“You're the real thing, and in an age of too many jazz-vocal poseurs, that's pretty damned refreshing.”- Neil Tesser

“Kelly creates her own universe of swing, executed with nuclear cool.”
- C Michael Bailey, All About Jazz

Nancy’s live performances are legendary. She has earned many awards and enlisted
fans from around the globe. In a market place where wispy voices and shallow
emotions abound.Nancy was twice named “Best Female Jazz Vocalist” in the Down Beat Readers’
Poll. She has recorded four critically acclaimed CDs, Her first cd “Live Jazz”
reached #11 on the Billboard charts. “Born to Swing” and her latest cd “Well
Alright" feature guest tenor saxophonist Houston Person.

About this CD:
The Hammond B-3 organ has been in my life from the very early days of my career. It was there throughout my musical evolution from Rock to R&B and on to jazz.
In the early Eighties, I moved to Philly and began singing at the “salt and mostly pepper” jazz club Jewel’s on Broad St., where for 4 years I was the house singer with an organ trio made up of local Philly cats. At the time I didn’t know it, but I was at B-3 jazz ground zero. Jewel’s was host to headliners such as Groove Holmes, Jack McDuff, Jimmy McGriff, Shirley Scott, local favorite Trudy Pitts and a very young Joey DeFrancesco. I was in heaven. The organ trio sound had now become a major part of my musical fiber. We had a good long run at Jewel’s. Sadly, years later the club closed and, for various reasons, I moved back to upstate New York.
I spent the next era with piano. One day on a trio gig, Dino Losito used the organ sound on his keyboard and we both knew where we were headed. We loved it and dove into the sound, working solely as an organ trio for the past 6 years, and it led to this recording.
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