Nombre real: Helen O’Connell. Perfil: American singer, actress, and dancer. Sings Great Songs In High Style (LP, Album, Mono, RM). Audiophile (2). AP-74.
Sings Great Songs In High Style (LP, Album, Mono, RM). Helen O'connell With Page Cavanaugh Trio. Helen O'connell With Page Cavanaugh Trio - The Uncollected Vol. 2 1953 (LP, Album). Hindsight Records (2). HSR-228.
Helen O'Connell (May 23, 1920 – September 9, 1993) was an American singer, actress, and hostess, described as "the quintessential big band singer of the 1940s". Born in Lima, Ohio, O'Connell grew up in Toledo, Ohio. By the time she was 15, she and her older sister, Alice, were singing duets in clubs and hotels and on radio stations in Toledo. O'Connell launched her career as a big-band singer with Larry Funk and his Band of a Thousand Melodies.
Helen O'Connell" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: DEAN MARTIN Sings The Great American Songbook. 0. 1. How D'Ya Like Your Eggs In the Morning. Helen O'Connell - DEAN MARTIN sings the Great American Songbook Album Lyrics. How D'Ya Like Your Eggs In the Morning Lyrics. Helen O'Connell Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
Memories Are Made of This. Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Peggy Lee, Helen O'Connell. The Great Girl Singers - 22 Original Hits - The Essential Series. You're Just in Love: Songs for Valentine's Day. сборник. The Only Big Band Album You'll Ever Need. 2014 101 Unforgettable Tracks. Sounds of the Big Bands, Vol. 2.
Helen O'Connell joined the Jimmy Dorsey band in 1939 and achieved her best selling records in the early forties with "Green Eyes", "Amapola", and "Tangerine". In each of these Latin-influenced numbers, Bob Eberly crooned the song which Helen then reprised in an up-tempo arrangement. Helen won the 1940 Metronome magazine poll for best female vocalist.
Here's Helen: Green Eyes. O'Connell enunciates clearly, and sings with gusto. This is a more mature, swinging Helen O'Connell than was the case in the 1940s. The band accompanyment is tight and swings hard. Another great voice from the 40's. What an era for music! This CD is a wonderful addition to my collection.
|A2||My Old Flame||2:50|
|A3||I Cried For You||2:48|
|A4||Ten Cents A Dance||1:35|
|A5||Get Out Of Town||1:38|
|A6||I'm Getting Sentimental Over You||2:12|
|A7||You Turned The Tables On Me||2:09|
|B2||I See Your Face Before Me||2:43|
|B4||I'll Never Smile Again||1:51|
|B5||Blue And Broken Hearted||2:16|
|B7||You Took Advantage Of Me||1:40|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Audiophile Records
- Copyright (c) – Audiophile Records
- Manufactured By – Audiophile Records
- Distributed By – Audiophile Records
- Orchestra – Irv Orton And His Orchestra*
- Remastered By – Jack Towers
NotesRecorded for World Broadcasting, Inc. Los Angeles.
A1, A3, B1, B3, B5 = December 17, 1953
A2 = December 22, 1953
A5, A6, B2, B7 = August 30, 1955
A4 = October 10, 1958
A7, B4, B6, B7 = October 17, 1958
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): AP-74A (APLP-147) JR INRP
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): AP-74B (APLP-148) JR INRP