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Why Do You Have To Go Home - June Christy - Something Cool (CD)

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  1. The music contained in this set may not be quite up to the standard that June achieved in the fifties with such classic albums as Something cool, The misty Miss Christy, The song is June, Gone for the day and Fair and warmer, but it is not far behind and will be much appreciated by June's fans everywhere/5(5).
  2. Watch the video for Look Out Up There from June Christy's - Something Cool - Essential June Christy (feat. Nat King Cole) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. Something Cool, an Album by June Christy. Released in on Capitol Jazz (catalog no. CDP 7 2; CD). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Cool Jazz.
  4. Jun 01,  · June Christy "Something Cool" original mono version, Recorded on 14 Aug. with Pete Rugolo and his Orchestra (Capitol).
  5. All selections are by June Christy accompanied with Pete Rugolo and His Orchestra in Tracks 5, , 12, 13, 15, ; originally issued on Capitol T as "Something Cool" Tracks 2, 14, 21, 23, 24; previously issued on Capitol T as "This Is June Christy" Tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 11 & 22 have been released just on Capitol singles.
  6. It would have been helpful to retain the original 'Something Cool' song sequence, perhaps to start the CD, but everything included belongs here. June Christy is one of the better female voices to emerge from the Big Band Era (she worked with Stan Kenton; another well known girl singer, Ella Fitzgerald, worked with Chick Webb's band, so the /5(90).
  7. Jun 09,  · So, with “Something Cool” Christy was introduced to a much wider audience, and a stellar career in jazz and standard-pop interpretation was launched. Before she became the sultry-voiced June Christy, she was Shirley Luster, .
  8. It would have been helpful to retain the original 'Something Cool' song sequence, perhaps to start the CD, but everything included belongs here. June Christy is one of the better female voices to emerge from the Big Band Era (she worked with Stan Kenton; another well known girl singer, Ella Fitzgerald, worked with Chick Webb's band, so the /5(87).
  9. June Christy (November 20, – June 21, ), born Shirley Luster, was an American singer, known for her work in the cool jazz genre and for her silky smooth vocals. Her success as a singer began with The Stan Kenton Orchestra. She pursued a solo career from and is best known for her debut album Something Cool.

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