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My Melancholy Baby - Teresa Brewer - Her Greatest Hits (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Browse our 2 arrangements of "My Melancholy Baby." Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Treble Clef Instrument with 1 scoring and 1 notation in 5 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere. Lyrics .
  2. Find album credit information for Teresa Brewer's Greatest Hits in Stereo/Don't Mess with Tess - Teresa Brewer on AllMusic.
  3. Jan 28,  · Teresa Brewer - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM) - Duration: Vintage JukeBox - Don't Stop The Music 12, views. 70's Oldies but Goodies - 70s Greatest Hits - Best Oldies Songs Of s -.
  4. Della Reese definitely takes the "melancholy" in the title seriously here – and turns the set into one of her most blue-tinged records from the early days! The backings are full, but never too lush – handled perfectly by Sid Bass, who shades in the corners with some sad strings that match Della's soulful vocals in the lead – very expressive, but in an understated.
  5. My Melancholy Blues Lyrics: Another party's over / And I'm left cold sober / My baby left me for somebody new / I don't want to talk about it / Want to forget about it / Wanna be intoxicated with.
  6. Teresa Brewer Teresa Brewer´s New Album Image Vinyl LP Favourite Auctions Teresa Brewer: Teresa Brewer's Greatest Hits: BY: Philips: LP, Album, Stereo, Netherlands: What More Is There To Say / I Gotta Go Get My Baby: Coral: 7", 45 RPM, Single, US: Teresa Brewer.
  7. Million-selling vocalist Teresa Brewer recorded 7 songs in stereo for her "Greatest Hits" album in , which has never been on CD until now! It’s combined with "Don't Mess with Tess," an album of standards from the same year that also makes its CD debut here!
  8. Melancholy Baby, an Album by Della Reese. Released in on Jubilee (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Della Reese (vocals), Sid Bass (conductor, arranger), Morty Palitz (supervisor), John Cue (recording engineer), Mort Goode (liner notes), Charlie Shavers (trumpet), Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet), Melvin Solomon (trumpet), Lou McGarity (trombone), Urbie Green.
  9. Connie Francis recorded the song in for inclusion in her first MGM studio album Who's Sorry Now. Many Jazz musicians recorded "My Melancholy Baby", or used its harmonic sequence to improvise: Dave Brubeck with Jimmy Rushing (), Bill Evans (), Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh (), Thelonious Monk ().

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