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Barbara Lea / Keith Ingham

Celebrate Vincent Youmans

  • Type CD
  • Label A Records
  • UPC 0608917323825
  • Catalog number AL 73238
  • Release date 07 April 2011
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About the album

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    Rise 'n' shine
     
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    I want to be happy
     
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    Lucky bird
     
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    Lucky bird
     
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    Tea for two
     
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    Lady from the Bayou
     
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    Where has my honey gone blues?
     
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    Sometimes I'm happy
     
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    More than you know
     
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    Oh me, oh my
     
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    I want to be with you
     
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    The carioca
     
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    Time on my hands
     
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    Who am I?
     
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    Music makes me
     
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    Keeping myself for you
     
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    I know that you know
     
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    He came along
     
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    Oh, how I long to belong to you
     
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    Why, oh, why
     

Review of the day by Scott Yanow: Barbara Lea - The High Priestess of Popular Song

24-05-2013

image Barbara Lea was a bright new voice in the 1950s when she appeared as a fully formed swing singer. Influenced by Lee Wiley and Mildred Bailey, she recorded several notable albums before dropping out of active performing in the 1960s. In the early 1970s she made a successful comeback as a highly expressive singer whose performances straddled the boundaries between swing and cabaret. She remained active into the late 1990s, ...

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