Don Cherry (Vocals) Swingin' For Two (Plus Bonus Tracks)
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- Tracks 13 & 15 originally released as Columbia Single 40804 in 1956.
- Track 14 originally released on Columbia Single 40746 in 1956.
- Track 16 originally released on Columbia Single 40958 in 1957.
- Track 17 & 18 originally released as Columbia Single 40828 in 1957.
- Track 19 originally released on Columbia Single 40885 in 1957.
- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album: Columbia Records CL 893 (1956)
Description by OLDIES.com:
- 1.When The Sun Comes Out
- 2.For You
- 3.Love Is Just Around The Corner
- 4.I'll String Along With You
- 5.I Didn't Know About You
- 6.So Rare
- 7.I'm Yours
- 8.I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
- 9.Please Be Kind
- 10.My Future Just Passed
- 11.I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
- 12.Sleepy Time Gal
- 13.Give Me More (Donnez-moi-tout ca) (Bonus Track)
- 14.If I Had My Druthers(Bonus Track)
- 15.There Story Of Sherry (Dia Prasina Matia)(Bonus Track)
- 16.There's A Place Called Heaven (Bonus Track)
- 17.Don't You Worry Your Pretty Little Head (Bonus Track)
- 18.The Last Dance (Bonus Track)
- 19.April Age (Bonus Track)
Music Lovers' Ratings & Reviews:
Based on 8 ratings.
A voice from the angels. to anyone who wants to hear more go to doncherry.us He is still singing sounding better every day.
I JUST GOT THIS ALBUM AND IT IS GOOD TO HEAR SOME ON THE OLD FAVORITES BY AN ARTIST LONG OVERLOOKED. LEAVE IT TO COLLECTABLES TO RELEASE HIS ALBUM ON CD--ONE OF THE BEST SINGERS THERE IS.
NOT TO MENTION THE GREAT RAY CONNIFF ARRANGMENTS. TOGETHER THEY DID A GOOD SET OF SONGS.
Once again Collectables has released an album which many have been waiting for for years..even if they did alter the title from "Swingin'" to "Swing" for Two...but hey, it still has all those great Don Cherry vocals and Ray Conniff arrangements, plus the added bonus of some of those hard to find Don Cherry singles. This was the only album Don Cherry ever made for Columbia recorded in April 1956 after he had scored big with "Band of Gold". Cherry had one of the most pleasant tenor voices of any singer in the 50's...I'm hoping that eventually all his Columbia singles will be available on CD.