Mel Torme An Evening with Mel Torm? (Live)

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An Evening with Mel Torm? (Live)
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  • Label: Concord Records

Entertainment Reviews:

JazzTimes - 3/97, p.103
"...Mel sings flawlessly throughout the entire hour..."


  • 1.Just One Of Those Things / On Green Dolphin Street
  • 2.You Make Me Feel So Young
  • 3.A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
  • 4.Pick Yourself Up
  • 5.Stardust
  • 6.Love For Sale
  • 7.Since I Fell For You
  • 8.Three Little Words / Slipped Disc / Smooth One / Rachel's Dream
  • 9.I Remember You / It's Easy To Remember
  • 10.Lover Come Back to Me
  • 11.Stairway to the Stars
  • 12.Oh, Lady Be Good
  • 13.Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye

Product Description:

A&E AN EVENING WITH MEL TORME is the soundtrack from the A&E television special.
Personnel: Mel Torme (vocals); Mike Renzi (piano); John Leitham (bass); Donny Osborne (bass).
Recorded live at the Disney Institute, Orlando, Florida on July 23, 1996. Includes liner notes by Rob Wilcox.
Personnel: Mel Torm? (vocals); Mike Renzi (piano); Donny Osborne (drums).
Audio Mixer: Phil Edwards .
Liner Note Author: Rob Wilcox.
Recording information: Disney Institute, Orlando, FL (07/23/1996).
This was singer Mel Torm?'s last recording before he was stricken with a serious stroke. Remarkably, Torm? had gradually improved both as a singer and as a jazz improviser all throughout his sixties (his voice was in phenomenal shape), and he is heard on this live set, filmed for a television special, in peak form despite being 70. Joined by his regular trio (pianist Mike Renzi, bassist John Leitham, and drummer Donny Osborne), Torm? performs a typical swing-oriented program that includes a Benny Goodman medley, a memorable rendition of "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square" (he could hold notes on ballads endlessly without wavering), a heated "Pick Yourself Up," and a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald on "Oh, Lady Be Good," among other numbers. Ironically, Torm? concluded what may be his final recording with a touching rendition of "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye." ~ Scott Yanow

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  • UPC: 013431473626
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