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8 thoughts on “ Life Is A Song - Tony Bennett, Count Basie Orchestra - Tony Bennett & The Count basie Orchestra (CD)

  1. out of 5 stars Tony Bennett is the definition of "A Class Act". Reviewed in the United States on March 12, Few have had or could even dream of having as long a career as Tony bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo was born in Queens,New York in At the age of 10,he sang at the opening of the Triborough Bridge,standing next to bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo Mayor Fiorello La Guardia 5/5(3).
  2. Apr 23,  · He then went on to work with the Count Basie Orchestra. Their collaborative albums titled ‘Basie Swings, Bennett Sings’ and ‘In Person’ turned out to be huge hits. In , He released the single "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" and also the album with the same title. Both the album and song managed to achieve gold record status.
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  5. The Roulette half of the two Bennett / Basie sessions is a band singer's paradise, with the Basie band caught at a robust and swinging peak and Bennett never sounding happier or looser in front of a microphone. The Count himself, alas, appears on piano only on two numbers ("Life Is a Song" and "Jeepers Creepers"), while Bennett's perennial pianist Ralph Sharon takes over .
  6. Life Is a Song (Let's Sing It Together) [ Remix] [Remastered] More by Count Basie & Tony Bennett. Sinatra-Basie: The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings (feat. Count Basie and His Orchestra) Count Basie's Finest Hour Count Basie at Newport
  7. Tony Bennett And Count Basie ‎– Life Is A Song. Label: Roman Disc ‎– Series: Star Pop Collection –. Format: CD, Compilation. Country: UK.
  8. Aug 02,  · Bennett's early recordings were strictly pop, but by the late '50s, his records were showing a jazz influence, as he worked with greats such as Art Blakey, Chico Hamilton and the Count Basie Orchestra. In , Bennett released the record that would become his signature song, I Left My Heart in San Francisco, a tune that had been written nine.

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