9 thoughts on “ A Stranger Called The Blues - June Christy - Something Cool (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Kim says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Something Cool on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - T • Format: Vinyl LP, Repress, Mono • .
  2. JoJolmaran says:
    The original album of 'Something Cool' was a big success for June Christy and established her as a formidable talent. During the first innovations of stereo LPs, Christy went back into the Capitol studios with Rugolo to re-record the album for the stereophonic format in /5(90).
  3. Shakticage says:
    June Christy delivers fabulous vocals on both of them, but brings a refined showmanship to the stereo version. Her rendition of "Something Cool" is a bit more calculated and smokey on the set, too. It's so wonderful to be able to relish June Christy on both versions of her landmark debut album/5(94).
  4. Bragrel says:
    June Christy: Something Cool (10 inch LP) (LP, Vinyl record album) - From its booze-soaked title cut, to its haunting selection of lonely ballads like "Midnight Sun -- .
  5. Mujinn says:
    referencing Something Cool, LP, Album, Mono, RE, OBI, ECJ Does anyone know if this is the original mono version or is this a mono version of the stereo remake? Thank you!
  6. Mudal says:
    Something Cool is a studio album recorded by June Christy in , , and , and featuring Christy singing 11 jazz songs backed by the orchestra of Pete Rugolo, and her saxophonist husband, Bob Cooper. First issued in as a 10" mono LP, an expanded 12" mono LP was released the following year, with four newly recorded selections added to the track listing. In , Christy and .
  7. Vukazahn says:
    The surreal, slightly sinister title track and other dark ballads sit next to bright swing numbers to offer a full portrait of Christy and arranger Pete Rugolo's alternately arty and airy West Coast style. The album was a beatnik best-seller throughout the s.
  8. Tojagal says:
    Jul 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group A Stranger Called The Blues (Mono) · June Christy Something Cool ℗ Capitol Records Released on: .
  9. Kashura says:
    June Christy 's Something Cool, originally released as a 10" LP in , single-handedly inaugurated the cool jazz vocal movement. Christy had been a star vocalist with the Stan Kenton Orchestra in the late '40s, enjoying major hits with "Tampico" and "Shoo Fly Pie & Apple Pan Dowdy.".

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