'Round Midnight

'Round Midnight

by Mel Tormé



The third reissue of classic Mel Tormé selections from the 1940s and '50s includes superb renditions of "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" (complete with original lyrics) and "The Blues," plus more jazzy tunes like "Baby, Don't You Go 'Way Mad," with Jimmy Mundy's arrangement, and "A Fine Romance," pairing Tormé with Janet Waldo and backed by The Dean Elliott orchestra. "The Money Song" includes The Mel-Tones and Elliott orchestra. Tormé is otherwise backed by the Harry Sosnik, Dean Trenier, Bizz Adiam or Marty Paich orchestras and the Dave Barbour Four or Page Cavanaugh Trio. These Laserlight reissues are woefully short on the information side, which hurts them when comparing their titles to the authoritative research routinely available on Musicraft, Majestic and Discovery Tormé reissues.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/20/1993
Label: Delta
UPC: 0018111222327
catalogNumber: 12223

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mel Tormé   Primary Artist
Dean Elliott   Track Performer
Dave Barbour Four   Track Performer
Harry Sosnik   Track Performer
Mel-Tones   Track Performer
Page Cavanaugh Trio   Track Performer
Janet Waldo   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Mel Tormé   Contributor
Jimmy Mundy   Composer
Buzz Adiam Orchestra   Contributor
Dave Barbour Four   Contributor
Donn Trenner   Contributor
Harry Sosnik   Contributor
Marty Paich   Contributor
Mel-Tones   Contributor
Page Cavanaugh Trio   Contributor
Janet Waldo   Contributor
Fred Hyatt   Liner Notes

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