04 December, 2018

Morgana King - Four Classic Albums (2011)


Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 2:22:47 | Size: 662.43 MB | FLAC
 
Tracklist:
CD 1
For You, For Me, Forever More (1956)

01. For You, For Me, Forever More [03:07]
02. Here I'll Stay [03:13]
03. There's a Lull In My Life [03:19]
04. Delovely [02:17]
05. Down In the Depths [03:10]
06. The Song Is You [02:22]
07. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning [02:32]
08. Ev'rything I Love [03:21]
09. If You Could See Me Now [03:26]
10. I'll String Along With You [03:17]
11. Everything I Got [03:03]
12. You're Not So Easy to Forget [02:38]
Sings the Blues (1958)
13. More Than You Know [04:06]
14. Frankie and Johnnie [02:43]
15. Mean to Me [03:28]
16. When Your Lover Has Gone [03:18]
17. Something to Remember You By [03:47]
18. I See Two Lovers [03:58]
19. Body and Soul [04:10]
20. Mad About the Boy [03:30]
21. It's Only a Paper Moon [02:51]
22. Bill [02:50]

CD 2
01. Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man [03:59]
02. Why Was I Born [03:59]
The Greatest Songs Ever Swung (1959)
03. Just You, Just Me [02:03]
04. And the Angels Sing [03:27]
05. Take the 'A' Train [02:47]
06. I Can't Get Started [03:03]
07. Lullaby of Birdland [02:24]
08. A Foggy Day [02:40]
09. How High the Moon [02:16]
10. Perdido [01:58]
11. Lonesome Road [03:59]
12. At Sundown [02:40]
Let Me Love You (1960)
13. All or Nothing at All [02:02]
14. Let Me Love You [03:34]
15. I Love You Much Too Much [02:25]
16. I'll Never Smile Again [02:36]
17. I'll Remember April [02:41]
18. You Always Hurt the One You Love [02:29]
19. The End of a Love Affair [02:40]
20. Mad About Him, Sad Without Him [03:39]
21. That Ole Devil Called Love [04:05]
22. Undecided [02:49]
23. You Don't Know What Love Is [03:09]
24. I've Found a New Baby - Fast Version [02:54]
25. I've Found a New Baby - Slow Version [02:08]

Morgana King (Morgana King) was born 06/04/1930 in Pleasantville, New York in a family of Sicilian origin.
As a vocalist she toured extensively in Rome, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. 1969 She settled in California and began a second career as an actress, and then starred in the movie “The Godfather” as Carmella Corleone - Don Vito Corleone's wife. She worked in several clubs in New York in the late 50s and early 60s.
Her 1964 album, "Taste of Honey," was very popular, although Morgan King did not have a strong jazz technique. In the late 1970s, a number of albums were released for Muse.
 

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