The Uncollected Rosemary Clooney, 1951-1952 reissues 14 sides of transcription material, all of it recorded in 1951 when she had just achieved her first measure of commercial success -- a contract with Columbia -- and, through the power of A&R supremo Mitch Miller, the Number One single "Come On-A My House." Backed by a faceless, merely serviceable studio orchestra, Clooney still excels on several of these sides, indulging her vocal jazz side on "You Make Me Feel So Young," "This Can't Be Love," and a tenderly playful "Too Much Conversation." The Swing Factory's Original Studio Radio Transcriptions improves upon this disc by remastering the sound and adding two tracks.
Performance CreditsRosemary Clooney Primary Artist,Vocals
Technical CreditsBob Mould Composer
Richard Rodgers Composer
Lew Brown Composer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg Composer
Lorenz Hart Composer
Dave Dexter Producer,Liner Notes
Hugh Turner Photo Courtesy
Ford Dabney Composer
Cecil Mack Composer
Lewis Gensler Composer
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The Uncollected Rosemary Clooney, 1951-1952 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I'm a fan and loved this old material.