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Betty Carter And Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant download album
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Исполнитель: Betty carter. What a little moonlight can do (the modern sound of betty carter).

19 Songs, 57 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 1955. Precious & Rare: Betty Carter. Golden Lady (Original Recordings Remastered). Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant (Bonus Track Version). See All. Anita O'Day: Live In Tokyo 1963.

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This LP featured singer Betty Carter and pianist Ray Bryant at the beginning of their careers. Carter's 25-year-old voice was already quite recognizable, although the improvising style on her 11 titles here is much more conservative than it would be from the 1970s on. However, Carter's scatting on "Frenesi" (which sounds like a wigged-out Carmen McRae) shows individuality, and her renditions of "Social Call," "I Could Write a Book," and "Moonlight in Vermont" are memorable. A historic and enjoyable set. Track Listing.

Betty Carter is considered responsible for discovering great jazz talent, her discoveries including John Hicks, Curtis Lundy, Mulgrew Miller, Cyrus Chestnut, Dave Holland, Stephen Scott, Kenny Washington, Benny Green and more. Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant. Ray Charles and Betty Carter. The Carmen McRae – Betty Carter Duets.

Ray Charles and Betty Carter is a 1961 album by Betty Carter and Ray Charles. The pair's recording of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" on the album topped the R&B charts. A 1988 CD/LP re-issue included three bonus tracks and the 1998 Rhino Records re-issue combined, on a single CD, the original Ray Charles and Betty Carter with the complete Dedicated to You. "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" (Cole Porter) – 4:41.

Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant. Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant is a 1955 jazz album by singer Betty Carter and pianist Ray Bryant both debuting here on record as leading artists. Although Carter is mentioned first, she is only featured on half of the tracks. On three of the six songs Jerome Richardson is also heard on flute. The other half is recorded by the Ray Bryant Trio alone.

Tracklist

1 Let's Fall In Love
2 Social Call
3 Run Away
4 Frenesi
5 Moonlight In Vermont
6 Thou Swell
7 I Could Write A Book
8 Gone With The Wind
9 The Way You Look Tonight
10 Tell Him I Said Hello
11 Can't We Be Friends
12 Sneaking Around
13 Old Devil Moon
14 Willow Weep For Me
15 What Is This Thing Called Love
16 Threesome
17 No Moon At All
18 Bryant's Folly
19 Get Happy

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LN 3202 Betty Carter and Ray Bryant Betty Carter and Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant ‎(LP, Album) Epic LN 3202 US 1955
ESCA 7765 Betty Carter And Ray Bryant Betty Carter And Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Epic ESCA 7765 Japan 1999
ECPZ 7 Betty Carter And Ray Bryant Betty Carter And Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) Epic ECPZ 7 Japan 1973
485099 2 Betty Carter And Ray Bryant Betty Carter And Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Columbia 485099 2 US 1996
LN 3202, XEM 37244 Betty Carter and Ray Bryant Betty Carter and Ray Bryant - Meet Betty Carter And Ray Bryant ‎(LP, Album, RE) Epic, Epic LN 3202, XEM 37244 Unknown