Hear Les Paul & Mary Ford and you'll say bye bye to the blues, too. Tracks include "Nuevo Laredo", "Tico Tico", "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", and "Frankie and Johnny".
2.Bye Bye Blues
3.Blues Stay Away From Me
4.Deep In The Blues
5.It's A Lonesome Old Town
6.Walkin' And Whistlin' Blues
7.St. Louis Blues
9.Frankie And Johnny
10.Don't Cry Baby
11.Jazz Me Blues
13.Falling In Love With Love
14.On The Sunny Side Of The Street
15.Just One Of Those Things
16.Twelfth Street Rag
19.Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
21.The Best Things In Life Are Free
22.Moritat (Theme From "Three Penny Opera")
23.Some Of These Days
25.Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
27.I'm Movin' On
28.Farewell (For Just Awhile)
2 LPs on 1 CD: BYE BYE BLUES (1952)/LES AND MARY (1955).
Originally released on Capitol.
Adapter: Les Paul.
Liner Note Author: Al Fichera.
Arranger: Les Paul.
This disc contains two complete albums by Les Paul and Mary Ford: Bye Bye Blues from 1952 and Les and Mary from 1955. Bye Bye Blues boasts the Top Five title track and the lesser hits "Jazz Me Blues" and "Smoke Rings," while Les and Mary includes the minor hits "Moritat (Theme From Three Penny Opera)" and "Nuevo Laredo." The latter is particularly novel, featuring Ford multi-tracked into a veritable vocal chorus while Paul creates a phasing effect on his guitar. Paul's instrumentals, like the high-speed "Mammy's Boogie" and a jazzy interpretation of "On the Sunny Side of the Street," are interspersed with Ford's vocal numbers on these two albums, with a somewhat lower proportion of instrumentals than New Sound/Les Paul's New Sound. ~ Greg Adams
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