Maxine Sullivan - The Queen & Her Swedish Jazz All Stars mp3 album
|Title:||The Queen & Her Swedish Jazz All Stars|
|Date of release:||1981|
|MP3 album size:||1690 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1737 mb|
|Digital formats:||AIFF MOD AAC ASF DTS DXD MP1|
Maxine retired briefly in the '50s following a long solo career, and worked as a nurse & became active in Bronx community affairs and founded House That Jazz Built while married to stride pianist Cliff Jackson
Maxine Sullivan (born May 13, 1911, Homestead, Pennsylvania, USA - died April 7, 1987, New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz singer. She is best known for her Swing renditions of Scottish-type ballads, most notably "Loch Lomond". Maxine appeared in several films, including St. Louis Blues and Going Places. She continued to perform until shortly before her death. She was married to John Kirby (divorced 1941) and to jazz pianist Cliff Jackson.
Maxine Sullivan (May 13, 1911 – April 7, 1987), born Marietta Williams in Homestead, Pennsylvania, was an American jazz vocalist and performer. As a vocalist, Maxine Sullivan was active for half a century, from the mid-1930s to just before her death in 1987. She is best known for her 1937 recording of a swing version of the Scottish folk song "Loch Lomond". Throughout her career, Sullivan also appeared as a performer on film as well as on stage.
Waiting at the End of the Road. Originally by Daniel L. Haynes and the Dixie Jubilee Singers. Eubie Blake, Andy Razaf. Originally by Ethel Waters.
QUEEN unleashed their last album of the 70s at the height of their popularity after releasing four hit albums in a row, countless sold out shows around the world with an equally impressive series of hit singles as well. By the time the band got to the 7th album JAZZ, it seems that the band was doing a little assessment of where they had been musically since their debut Queen I was released in 1973
i love her voice, thanks for sharing.
Maxine Sullivan was a jazz vocalist with a light and intimate style that sadly recorded far too few jazz songs in her career. She enjoyed success in the swing era, and then repeated that success several eras later. Maxine Sullivan had very little formal music training. She was discovered while singing at the Benjamin Harrison Literary Club in Pittsburg by Gladys Mosier. Mosier was, in the mid 1930's, an acquaintance of fellow pianist Claude Thornhill.
Standards Vocal Jazz. Maxine Sullivan always had a cheerful and subtly swinging style. This formerly rare release (originally on the Period label) finds her interpreting a dozen numbers that have the lyrics of Andy Razaf including such classics as "Keeping out of Mischief Now," "Stompin' at the Savoy," "Honeysuckle Rose," "Memories of You" and "Ain't Misbehavin' . Andy Razaf, Fats Waller. feat: Maxine Sullivan. Andy Razaf, Luckey Roberts. 3. How Can You Face Me? Andy Razaf, Fats Waller.
Together - Maxine Sullivan Sings The Music Of Jule StyneMaxine Sullivan. Manassas Jazz FestivalMaxine Sullivan. Maxine with Ted Easton's Jazz BandMaxine Sullivan. Best of Afrs Jubilee,Vol. Highlights in JazzMaxine Sullivan.
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|A1||For All We Know
Written-By – Coots*, Lewis*
|A2||I'll Be Seeing You
Arranged By – Bent PerssonWritten-By – Kahal*, Fain*
|A3||How About You?
Written-By – Lane*, Freed*
|A4||A Cottage For Sale
Written-By – Conley*, Robison*
|A5||I'm Through With Love
Arranged By – Göran Eriksson Written-By – Kahn*, Livingston*, Malneck*
|A6||Goodnight My Love
Written-By – Revel*, Gordon*
Arranged By – Mikael SelanderWritten-By – Kern*, Mercer*
|B2||You Made Me Love You
Written-By – Monaco*, McCarthy*
Written-By – Bent Persson, Rodgers - Hart*
|B4||Just One Of Those Things
Written-By – Porter*
Written-By – Kern*, Hammerstein II*, Wodehouse*
|B6||I've Got A Feelin' You're Foolin'
Written-By – Freed*, Brown*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Kenneth Records
- Copyright (c) – Kenneth Records
- Printed By – Wassbergs Tryckeri AB
- Alto Saxophone – Göran Eriksson (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B3, B5)
- Bass – Göran Lind (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B1, B4, B5), Olle Brostedt (tracks: A3, A4, A6, B2, B3, B6)
- Design – Tandemkreatörerna
- Drums – Sigge Dellert
- Engineer – Per Lagerholm
- Guitar – Mikael Selander (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B6), Olle Brostedt (tracks: A5, B1)
- Liner Notes – Frank Driggs
- Photography By – Gunnar Holmberg, Per Lovén
- Piano, Leader – Björn Milder
- Producer, Engineer, Liner Notes – Gösta Hägglöf
- Tenor Saxophone – Erik Persson (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B4 B6)
- Trombone – Jens Lindgren* (tracks: A2, A5, B3)
- Trumpet – Bent Persson (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B1, B3)
- Viola [Altoviolin] – Mikael Selander (tracks: A5)
- Vocals – Maxine Sullivan
NotesRecorded Sandvik Studios, June 10, 1981
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