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Joy Bryan Sings

  • 1. I Was Doing All Right
    2. 'Round Midnight
    3. My Shining Hour
    4. When the World Was Young
    5. Mississippi Mud
    6. My Heart Stood Still
    7. You're My Everything
    8. When It's Sleepy Time Down South
    9. Swinging on a Star
    10. What Is There to Say?
    11. Down the Old Ox Road
    12. I Could Write a Book
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 68

  • Credits
    ProducerRed Clyde
    EngineerDayton Howe

    Personnel: Joy Bryan (vocals); Bob Enevoldsen (clarinet, bass clarinet, valve trombone); Ronnie Lang (clarinet, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Herb Geller (clarinet, alto saxophone); Jack Sheldon (trumpet); Marty Paich (piano); Mel Lewis (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Joe Quinn .
    Recording information: Hollywood, CA (06/1957).
    Joy Bryan only made two albums in her career and that is a real pity for she was a subtle and talented jazz singer. This CD reissue brings back her earlier date, a septet outing arranged by Marty Paich and including such fine sidemen as trumpeter Jack Sheldon, altoist Herb Geller and Bob Enevoldsen on valve trombone, clarinet and bass clarinet. Bryan performs a dozen standards with the most unusual selections being "Down the Old Ox Road," "Mississippi Mud" and a rare early vocal version of "'Round Midnight." Excellent music. ~ Scott Yanow

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