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Getting Some Fun Out Of Life - Carol Sloane - Love You Madly (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Carol Sloane - Love You Madly at Discogs. Complete your Carol Sloane collection.4/5(5).
  2. Love You Madly Carol Sloane. out of 5 stars 4. Audio CD. $ Only 2 left in stock - order soon. Though not essential Carol Sloane, AS TIME GOES BY is worth grabbing if you see it at a reasonable price. out of 5 stars CD 3/5(3).
  3. Dec 01,  · Released: album LP 12": EWJ (JP - Toshiba) — Three Pearls () [Ernestine Anderson, Chris Conner & Carol Sloane] All song and photo copyrights belong to .
  4. Singer Carol Sloane is in excellent voice throughout this recording. Joined by Phil Woods (on both alto and clarinet), pianist Mike Renzi (who contributed both the arrangements and occasional synthesizers), bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Grady Tate, Sloane mostly sticks to standards, which she manages to make sound quite fresh. Tate interacts with her vocally (and quite winningly) on a.
  5. When we want to love, we love When we want to kiss, we kiss With a little petting, we're getting Some fun out of life When we want to work. We work When we want to play, we play In a happy setting, we're getting Some fun out of life Maybe we do the right things Maybe we do the wrong Spending each day Just wending our way along When we want to.
  6. used to be, Memories of those I love the best. Getting Some Fun Out of Life. Carol Sloane. Love You Madly. Carol Sloane. Maybe we do the wrong Spending each day Wending our way along But when we want to sing, we sing When we want to dance, we dance You can do your.
  7. That Old Devil Called Love I'm Glad There Is You I Wish I'd Met You Someday You'll Be Sorry Inside a Silent Tear Getting Some Fun Out of Life My Foolish Heart Personnel Carol Sloane - vocals Art Farmer - flugelhorn Clifford Jordan - tenor saxophone Kenny Barron - piano Richard Rodney Bennett - piano (#6 only) Kenny.
  8. On her Contemporary CD, Sloane holds her own with some illustrious sidemen (flugelhornist Art Farmer, tenor saxophonist Clifford Jordan, guitarist Kenny Burrell, pianist Kenny Barron, bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Akira Tana); her two duets with Burrell ("I Wish I'd Met You" and "For All We Know") are among the high points, along with "Love You Madly," "That Old Devil Called Love" and "Getting Some Fun 9/

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