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8 thoughts on “ Baby Wont You Please Come Home - Various - Soul From The Heart (CD)

  1. Soul is an overused term. This heart-wrenchingly slow music has a palpable sense of spirituality. Real soul. This CD is Always Wonderful, involving, thoughtful. Late night, romantic listening. "Baby, wont you please come home" opens with a nice bass solo by Ron Carter. Also, Al Foster demonstrates the art of the wire brushes. /5(36).
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  3. Baby Won't You Please Come Home; 4. Paradise; 5. My Heart Belongs to Daddy; 6. I Hadn't Anyone Till You; 7. On the Sunny Side of the Street; 8. I Can't Get Started; 9. My Reverie; How High the Moon - Raymond Bloch, Helen Forrest, Orchestras of Carmen Dragon; I Only Have Eyes for You; Too Marvelous for Words; That's My Desire;
  4. Baby, Won´t You Please Come Home: 10 – Maggie Burrel: Pride And Joy: 11 – Mary Lane: I Wonder Why: 12 – Mary Lane: Coming Home: 13 – Pat Scott* Today I Sing The Blues: 14 – Pat Scott* Let´s Do It Again:
  5. Dec 06,  · Baby Won't You Please Come Home · Billie Holiday · Ray Ellis And His Orchestra Last Recording ℗ The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
  6. One of the most surprising trends of the s was the return of cocktail lounge culture. Cigars and martinis made a comeback, and post-Baby Boomers were getting into classic Dean Martin recordings that were made before they were even born. Quite a few lounge-oriented compilations came out in the s; the thing that sets Uptown Lounge apart from many of the others is the fact that it focuses.
  7. Jan 25,  · I am at heart a Blues fan with little interest in Jazz but came across this CD of traditional New Orleans Jazz and loved it. I gained a new appreciation for Jazz by listening to this. The instruments themselves are so animated and you cannot help but move to the beat with this CD. Good mood music to feed the soul. Great addition to any collection/5(46).
  8. Apr 21,  · "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home" McKinney's Cotton Pickers, Don Redman, arranger and director. Vocal by George Thomas Recorded July 28, Personnel: Don Redman - alto sax and vibraphone.

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