Meet Marvelous Marilyn Maye/The Lamp Is Low

Meet Marvelous Marilyn Maye/The Lamp Is Low

by Marilyn Maye
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Meet Marvelous Marilyn Maye/The Lamp Is Low

This two-fer from Collectables features a pair of out of print LPs by easy listening vocalist Marilyn Maye: Meet Marvelous Marilyn Maye and The Lamp Is Low, both originally issued on RCA Victor. Highlights among the 24 tracks include "The Song Is You," "Hello Dolly," "The Night We Called It a Day," and "Get Me to the Church on Time."

Product Details

Release Date: 05/08/2001
Label: Collectables
UPC: 0090431280720
catalogNumber: 2807
Rank: 116778

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Marilyn Maye   Primary Artist
Peter Matz   Conductor

Technical Credits

Steve Allen   Liner Notes
Maurice Ravel   Composer
Erroll Garner   Composer
André Previn   Composer
Gene Lees   Liner Notes
Jimmy McHugh   Composer
Peter Matz   Arranger
Dory Previn   Composer
Manny Albam   Arranger
Johnny Burke   Composer
Don Costa   Arranger
Mickey Crofford   Engineer
Peter DeRose   Composer
Mitchell Parish   Composer
Joe Rene   Producer
Harold Adamson   Composer
Bert Shefter   Composer
Robert Wright   Composer

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Meet Marvelous Marilyn Maye/The Lamp Is Low 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Marilyn Maye was one of Johnny Carson's favorite singers; she was on his show countless times. I believe he called her 'Super-Singer'. Few, if any, deserve such an accolade, but Marilyn did then and still does now. She's still singing and singing great. Marilyn possesses an unbelievably proficient set of 'pipes' and delivers each song in character, with arrangements on "The Lamp Is Low" conceived by her, Sammy Tucker (her pianist/husband at the time) and orchestrated by one of the masters, Peter Matz, her voice is a wonder to behold. There are very few musicians whom I would call great without qualification; Marilyn Maye is one of them. If there were six stars to be had, I would choose all six. James Chirillo
alansatz More than 1 year ago
This is one of the truly great artists of our American music...To listen and hear the lyric sung on pitch and phrased as the composer and lyricist intended is so rewarding in this day of brack and bray. While the insidious intent of todays "stylist" is to attract attention to themselves at the expense of the MUSIC (it is called music,you know) this great lady devotes heart and soul to the tale of the tune..Jazz is the lifes' blood of our musical culture,and oh my heaven, does it live in every note sung by Marilyn...She is a national treasure to be listened to by us, the way Billie,Dinah,Ella and Carmen have occupied our ears in the past. Learn from her, young ones, and remember her lovingly if you are new to the sound of this wonderful,lady of song. alan satz-- acsandmws@bellsouthnet