Broadway: My Way

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All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
This fine album was one of many solid Capitol releases Nancy Wilson cut during the first half of the '60s. Having already visited Tinseltown's back catalog on Hollywood My Way, Wilson now turns to the wealth of Broadway songs for this 1964 offering. Along with material from familiar shows like Bye Bye Birdie "A Lot of Livin' to Do", The King and I "Getting to Know You", and West Side Story "Tonight", Wilson also dives into stock from such relatively obscure stage excursions as Lady in the Dark "My Ship" and No Strings "Loads of Love". All the performances are top-notch and feature the stellar charts of Jimmy Jones and a memorable cast that includes pianist Lou Levy, ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
This fine album was one of many solid Capitol releases Nancy Wilson cut during the first half of the '60s. Having already visited Tinseltown's back catalog on Hollywood My Way, Wilson now turns to the wealth of Broadway songs for this 1964 offering. Along with material from familiar shows like Bye Bye Birdie "A Lot of Livin' to Do", The King and I "Getting to Know You", and West Side Story "Tonight", Wilson also dives into stock from such relatively obscure stage excursions as Lady in the Dark "My Ship" and No Strings "Loads of Love". All the performances are top-notch and feature the stellar charts of Jimmy Jones and a memorable cast that includes pianist Lou Levy, guitarist Bill Perkins, and trumpeter Dan Fagerquist, among others. [The 2006 CD reissue added five bonus tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/18/2006
  • Label: Emi Mod Afw
  • UPC: 094636463827
  • Catalog Number: 64638
  • Sales rank: 19,269

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Nancy Wilson Primary Artist, Vocals
Paul Horn Reeds
Buddy Collette Saxophone
Shelly Manne Drums
Oliver Nelson Conductor
Bill Perkins Saxophone
Lou Levy Piano
Justin Gordon Saxophone
Al McKibbon Bass
Joe Comfort Bass
Kenny Dennis Drums
Don Fagerquist Trumpet
Sid Feller Conductor
Al Hendrickson Guitar
Bill Hood Saxophone
Jimmy Jones Conductor
Lew McCreary Trombone
Milt Raskin Conductor
Emil Richards Percussion
John Michael Gray Guitar
Technical Credits
Kurt Weill Composer
Irving Berlin Composer
Oliver Nelson Arranger
George Shearing Arranger, String Arrangements
Richard Rodgers Composer
Lionel Bart Composer
Frank Loesser Composer
David Cavanaugh Producer
Sid Feller Arranger
Will Friedwald Liner Notes
Ira Gershwin Composer
Jimmy Jones Arranger
Michael Leonard Composer
Ron McMaster Mastering
Milt Raskin Orchestration
Richard Seidel Author, Reissue Producer
Tom Morgan Producer, Audio Production
Patrick Roques Reissue Design
Herbert Martin Composer
Dave Cavanaugh Audio Production
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    I grew up listening to particular at that time album. The quality was as good as I remembered. Nancy Wilson was as good as I remembered her, and the songs are classics. If Ever I Would Leave You, and or You Can Have Him are just as true of love and lost today as when they were written. Its good it's not an actual album I would've worn the groves off the album by now.

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