9 thoughts on “ Get Out Of Town - Chris Connor - Chris Connor (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jan 23,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Chris Connor on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • /5(27).
  2. This, Connor's first album for the Atlantic label, is often considered by fans to be her best effort for the label. This is the mono version of the lp; the stereo version offers slightly different re-recordings, especially noticeable on "Get Out of Town."5/5(7).
  3. This, Connor's first album for the Atlantic label, is often considered by fans to be her best effort for the label. This is the mono version of the lp; the stereo version offers slightly different re-recordings, especially noticeable on "Get Out of Town."/5(9).
  4. This Performance of Chris Connor and her Trio was First Broadcast on NPR's, "Jazz Alive", in October of This Release resulted by Mutual Agreement between NPR and MS. Connor.4/5(2).
  5. CHRIS CONNOR Vinyl Records and CDs: There were two jazz queens of coffeehouse Cool during the s. While June Christy ruled the West Coast with complex material, Chris Connor was throned in a New York expresso bar. We give the edge to Christy, but there is always room for nobility in our jazz mansion. Besides, if they sound similar it was.
  6. The first jazz vocal LP ever released on Atlantic Records, Chris Connor's self-titled album is one of her best (among considerable competition). Connor's coarse, throaty tone, sweet phrasing, and unerring rhythm were peaking during the late '50s, and the results are delightful tweaks of the standards "Anything Goes" and "Almost Like Being in Love."." With similarly excellent results, Connor.
  7. Chris Connor &#; Chris Connor (Full Album) Chris Connor is an album by jazz singer Chris Connor. Atlantic Records released the album, Connor's first for the label, in The recording was Atlantic's first jazz vocal LP record. The tracks appearing on Chris Connor were recorded over the course of three sessions.
  8. The stereo version of the LP Chris Connor contains an alternate take of "Get Out Of Town." Thanks to a variant reading of the line "why wish me harm?," this alternate is easy to differentiate from the mono take. Only in the stereo version does Connor modify the original, official line, singing instead "why do you wish me harm?".
  9. Recording. The tracks appearing on Chris Connor were recorded over the course of three sessions. The first of these occurred on January 19, , with a small orchestra accompanying Connor, using arrangements by Ralph Burns. On January 23, Connor was accompanied by a quartet led by pianist John Lewis with Oscar Pettiford on bass. On February 8, Connor's accompanists included Nick .

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