This Is Lucy Reed-Complete Recordings 1958-1967 2 CD’S

CD 1:
01. There’s A Boat Dat’s Leavin’ Soon For New York (2:29)
02. Fools Fall In Love (3:24)
03. Baltimore Oriole (4:55)
04. Out Of This World (3:48)
05. You May Not Love Me (3:46)
06. No Moon At All (1:54)
07. Inchworm (2:53)
08. Tabby The Cat (1:54)
09. That’s How I Love The Blues (3:24)
10. My Time Of Day (2:37)
11. My Love Is A Wanderer (2:49)
12. Little Girl Blue (3:43)
13. Because We’re Kids (2:51)
14. It’s All Right With Me (4:25)
15. It’s A Lazy Afternoon (3:40)
16. Flying Down To Rio (2:14)
17. Nothing At All (2:53)

CD 2:
01. Born To Blow The Blues (4:41)
02. This Is New (3:58)
03. In The Wee Small Hours (Of The Morning) (4:20)
04. There He Goes (2:50)
05. Love For Sale (4:27)
06. A Trout, No Doubt (2:39)
07. No Moon At All (2:14)
08. Lucky To Be Me (2:28)
09. St. Louis Blues (3:25)
10. Easy Come, Easy Go (4:55)
11. Little Boy Blue (2:55)
12. You Don’t Know What Love Is (4:04)
13. You’ve Got A Date With The Blues (3:09)
14. My Flaming Heart (3:01)
15. Please Mr. Right Man (3:02)
16. Tantalazing Melody (2:52)
17. A Night Is Dark (2:36)
18. Au Revoir (2:43)

Personnel:
Lucy Reed (vcl), Art Farmer (tp), Jimmy Cleveland (tb), Tommy Mitchell (b-tb), Romeo Penque (fl, Engh), Sol Schlinger (b-cl, bs), Bill Evans, Dick Marx, Don Abney, Gil Evans, Eddie Higgins (p), Howard Collins, John Gray (g), Bob Carter, Johnny Frigo, Bill Pemberton (b), Sol Gubin, George Russell (d), Harry Lookofsky (vln), Jack English (arr).

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I'm a big fan of vintage books,movies,TV shows and music. I encourage everyone to patronize your local used book/record store and pick up some of the good stuff. My posts are capsule reviews of some favorites that you may want to investigate. The albums posted aren't really reviews but items from my collection that are still available. I try and point out highlights of each one and let the music speak for itself. Thanks to all for checking out the blog.
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