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- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 1994
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album: Capitol T-876 (1957)
Description by OLDIES.com:
The great jazz singer Dakota Staton made her album debut with "The Late, Late Show." This recording captures her sensational nightclub act. In her blues-like, somewhat misty voice, she runs the gamut of emotions in brightly swinging tunes to eloquently lyrical ballads.
- 2.Trust In Me
- 3.Summer Time
- 5.A Foggy Day
- 6.What Do You See In Her?
- 7.The Late, Late Show
- 8.My Funny Valentine
- 9.Give Me The Simple Life
- 10.You Showed Me The Way
- 12.Ain't No Use
Personnel includes: Dakota Staton (vocals); Jonah Jones (trumpet); Hank Jones (piano).
Singer Dakota Staton's first full-length album was one of her best. She had a hit with "The Late, Late Show" and performed memorable versions of "Broadway," "A Foggy Day," "What Do You See in Her," "My Funny Valentine" and "Mooney." Backed by a largely unidentified orchestra arranged by Van Alexander (with Hank Jones on piano), Staton sounds both youthful and mature, displaying a highly appealing voice on a near-classic set. ~ Scott Yanow
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