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Stompin At The Savoy - Anita ODay - Pick Yourself Up With Anita ODay 1 (Vinyl)
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Anita O'Day (October 18, - November 23, ) was an American jazz singer. Few female jazz singers matched the hard-swinging and equally hard-living Anita O'Day for sheer exuberance and talent in all areas of jazz vocals. Her improvising, wide dynamic tone, and innate sense of rhythm made her more than just another big-band canary.
Stompin' At The Savoy 5. Pick Yourself Up 6. Stars Fell On Alabama 7. Sweet Georgia Brown 8. I Won't Dance #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Swing Jazz (CDs & Vinyl) out of 5 stars PICK YOURSELF UP- ANITA O`DAY /5(11).
Pick Yourself Up with Anita O'Day is an album by Anita O'Day that was released in O'Day sings with the Buddy Bregman orchestra and with Harry Sweets Edison. For this well-rounded CD reissue that adds nine cuts to the original program, Anita O'Day, in her prime period, is mostly heard.
Highlights include “Don’t Be That Way,” “Stompin’ at the Savoy,” “Pick Yourself Up,” “Sweet Georgia Brown,” and “I Won’t Dance.” Virtually all of Anita O’Day’s s recordings are recommended, for her drug use had not yet affected her voice and her creativity was generally at its height.
Anita ODay shows in this set why her over-all feeling and delivery mark her as one of the few women in the field who could ever accurately be called a jazz singer. She was a more imaginative singer than her imitators, not merely because she was original, but also because she was much more inventive.
1. Don't be that way 2. Let's face the music and dance 3. I never had a chance 4. Stompin' at the Savoy 5. Pick yourself up 6. Stars fell on Alabama 7. Sweet Georgia Brown 8. I won't dance 9. The man with a horn I used to be colour blind There's a lull in my life Let's begin
Let’s Face The Music And Dance: Small Combo - Anita ODay-Small Combo Pick Yourself Up: Small Combo - Anita ODay-Small Combo Don’t Be That Way: Small Combo - Anita ODay-Small Combo There’s A Lull In My Life - Anita ODay-Small Combo Stompin’ At The Savoy: Buddy Bregman and His Orchestra - Anita ODay-Buddy Bregman and Seller Rating: % positive.
Sampson wrote the song when he was with Stewart's orchestra at the Empire Ballroom in It was used as the band's theme song until the band broke up, after which Sampson joined Webb's band, taking the song with him. Both Webb and Goodman recorded it as an instrumental, Goodman's being the bigger hit. Lyrics were added by lyricist Andy Razaf.